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THE Scrap Book Land superstitions of Many Connected Therewith. . aim. m om Creak Pa"thaCutMi. larf Aeroaa 0a - -inr ,nmmr: dri t a- I -,r-r-i-f 1 turn- - Okie, the good houeetroubled. wan -- wTatowad that abe I Inquired tha canaa. ORTUv y-something dread- tawsteis I'm afraid a I happen TWa morning putall bread tata the oven. and Slar except If they aa cractod dldr I acraaa replied la of eortosity. .wtth an yoo know- aba sMd. that whan bread wvriaa. tha tog It mean ooa la tta family? foe tha 4 aot bava had It happea aalafor-STtoSl- moat beautiful flowers ha tha girl, gave It to hla valet carefully Instructing him to deliver it with the box In about two or three hours. finally reported that the The box and note bed heon delivered, but to the attache's surprise when be arrived at the ban and went straight np to tha girt, ha noticed that aha was not clone and was carrying aomo other flowers, flba barely nodded to him ae ha approached, and during the entire evening distinctly shunned him. The evening waa a miserable one. and ha went home sick at heart There ha found hla box of flowgra standing on tha table. Mystified, he summoned hla valet only to be aaeured that ha had personally delivered the note and box. But not that one. air," ha added. Too pointed oat quite another box. air." What was to the box you took?" naked the young man. absolutely mysti- - Saered OkjaA ,.ie a BJrtk Mairiag aad Death. not g be personally selected a bos could tha get and writing a note addressed to Of UPON THE LOAF. THE CROSS f a X mtM.9 after tblo mta-tlo I left a fear daya aeeer Jaaraad bread I Cither the alga area a true omeo or itt 2fSd warn, tha bouaewife had to my stock of Information folklore given me aa Item of that led to further Investigation. taUe Coo of my Germaa frleada 1 of hla native eoua-Mat la many pa-the howatrlfa atlU beltore that oa the top of tha loaf of bread taUeate tha death of oome ana la the boraiitr1'1 or perhapa mlafortnoa to a lower Omt Wend, white crack on the Indicate to taken era bread the of dda a birth. of oa know, bake re la many go mark the alga of a croaa upon Sdongh before placing It In the ovsn. f The reaaon for making thla alga plain when we know the erlgln of the custom. Almost all oor super-otmoboot breed data back to old been ptgaa daya, thongh they beat to natly modified eo aa to conform Christian beliefs. With the ancient the baking of bread and cakaa au eften Invested with a rellgtotaa offerpWfinn. aapadally the cakaa Tbeea ed ta tha gods and goddeeaea. cikaa wen prepared In a particular wry, end after being marked with the UmImI of the deity la whose honor (hey were offered they were supposed b potsem eapernetaral vtrtuea modi-The old domestic practice was when Christianity became trium-pk.i- i, and in place of a pagan aymbol tkr early Christian honaawlfa not only ared to maks the sign of the moo whra she begin to kneed the dough, bat aho auukad that algn upon her loaf before placing It in the oren. Why? Simply because the sign of the cross , la the ncognlaed Christian protecting math against tbs attacks of or 11 spirits, wttcbN and tha Ilka; hence bread markad with the croaa Is supposed to be witrhpmof, will bake all right net nick acmes the top, etc. Just u the Jew bavo peaoover cakaa and other peoples have had specially prepared food for their religious festivals, ao the Christiana bavo cakes tor certain aeneous Our hot croaa bona aa Good Friday am almply modern represent! tires of the cakes need at n M r"f X cannot tell, sir. and naturally I did not open It, replied the valet Bo wee sent ta baste to the girl's address, and the box waa brought back to the young man, who opened It only to And that hla valet had carried to the girl a new lot of underwear which ha bad bought that day for himself and had sent home. And the note had read: "May I hope that you will wear these for my sake? Ladles' Home Journal. Limiting tha Trouble. I suppose you will marry when you grow up, aald the risltoc pleasantly. No." replied tha thoughtful little girl; mamma says papa la more care than the children, eo I guess tha cars of my children will be enough for me without tbs care of a husband." ba-ff- . iM - some old pagan festival. la truth, to study tha superstition about bread la to take a wide lesson In folklore. These superstitions relate to the kneading trough, the oven, bakers and bread. For Instance, In many parts sf France the archer or kneading trough, la more than a rode kltcbea tonsil, it la often a pretty bit of furniture, u. SebUlot who collected any of the superstitions of the tanch foIkrelatlre to bread, quotes the story of a thief who entered tha window of a houaa with Intent to commit burglary, but refused to step on the trough atm containing tha dough, believing that to do ao would bo an topiety. writer In an English magnates says mat la Gottland tha cross la still slga-- a before the oven fire la lighted or (ha dough kneaded. This practice la vwy common In tha country districts Dover Europe. In Brittany the houea-wmakes the alga of the croaa with he right hand whlla aha places tha left hud la the trough. After the dough la. Utoded, the Hd of the trough Is abut di m Is tha door, tor If tha cat should (he room the brood would not ton Certain charms or Invocations t yyyThus A RBflBllltiML Tully fleott of Cripple Creek, Is whose mine gob) has bora struck la a vein of n at sampled richness 38 to the pound, or 130,00) ta tbo ton said at a congratulatory dinner: Thla stroke of lock baa eome to me at a time when 1 am able to taka It tranquilly. I used to know a miner whom a lucky strike made a drunkard of. Be remained a drunkard all hla Ufa. Nothing could wean him from tha whisky. A. chum of hla once read him, by way of warning, a spontaneous combustion story a story of a man ao eat. nrated with liquor that once when he west to blow oat a caudle hla breath took fire from the flame and ha burned to death. Tha well meaning chnm at tha end of hla tale looked at the reprobate i yonng miner and aald solemnly: There, 'Horace, let that be a warning to you.' Tt win,' llorace answered hi nu awed voice. . 'By heaven, FU never blow out caudle agate tha longest day I live.'" A Valuable Offiee flay. The employer waa bending over a ta bis, looking at the directory. Tbs new office boy slipped np quietly and poked n note into bis baniL The surprised employer opened It and read: Honored Slr-- Ter panto la ripped." ad-jw- m Yoo or No. It waa at an election meeting, and an excited voter shouted to tbo candidate; Dont beat about the bush; answer Tbo canmy question Yes' or 'No.' didate replied, But my dear sir, than are some, questions which cannot bo answered Tea or 'No.'" The elector replied rudely with the single exclaThe candidate conmation Bosh! tinued: "Very well, I will prove what I say. Now, air; tha queation I will pnt you la this: Have you left off beatAnd the meeting ing your wifoF shouted to .the inquisitive elector, Answer him Tee or 'Nor " London News. . There Were Others. When Sol Smith Bussell's daughter AHa was a mischievous tot aba, waa caught red handed In one ef her pranks. Bar mother sent her upstairs and charged her to pray to the Lord to forgive her. Alice did not qnJte fancy tha going aloft alone; but Ae had to obey, of eouree. She wee gone perhaps tea d minutes when she temtatlvely at the tup of the flight It wee observed that aha was not la aa ebas-taas- d a mood as the gravity of tbo offense teemed to require. "Alice;" Inquired her mother, did you oak God to forgive yon?" "Tea, momma. I told him an about how naughty I was and steed him to forgive me And, oh, mamma, pltty toon God aald to me: Great Scott! Alice Bussell, says he, there's a whole lot ,of little girls a hasp naugbtlar'a reep-peere- ly - tor l? Jr m R, ' .MONDAY, ArGUST 19, 1907. A Thumb Shave. 1 Bays the barber, and start" 1 give a violent TIME CARD OSTEOPATHY. ONE-HAL- from Parent School Kirk rills, Ma Lewte-Stayablock, suite 61 Treatment by appointment. Hours, F-Bed phou 1014-K- . iatL. ion. It WANTED At once a chambermaid, good sages. Board and room. Read Hotel tt g 17 WANTED A chambermaid Healy HoteL at The I It IT Good girl for housework, small family; 3U Gfuuercv. tf S 14 The sailer, a little proud of hla WANTED Girt small family, good wages. S3i 10th. g 14 tf French, looked about the roam and smiled easily. Then be went on: WANTED Glri for khebea and lunch 1 knowed them barbers in tha south 1 14 Isk room, 3470 WML 1 ef France wasn't up to much. knowed their ways waa queer. But WANTED An experienced lady title spoon or thumb business waa tha prasser at tha Elbe Cleaning Co. limit tf WL imr I OREGON flHORT LINE R. R. CO. North Bouad. moj DsparL .Portland Butt Express! 1:88 n.m. Bell lad. 615, Rote tlfiK; phones, FURNISHED ROOMS. U Mated. Keltoa x) 8:28 am. deaoo 840 Waah. lad. phono fitt 7 Portland, Butts Expreai 8:88 pm. FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 311 llktech VMlar Expraaa.. 1:19 p. ATTO rn 2th. 15,YeUowatoea Special I A. NORN. From North FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Bell Attorney-at-LaOffices over Bad ore's ItjTefiowitoae 1SS7-T- . Spadaf .. HIT phone of tha Store. seek business I Drag 8.rrem Portland ft Butts 0:60 Ml parties; nm attorney against all ISCacho Valley Exp ran.. 10:81 HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished or Precorporations aad monopolies. lOjFrom Portland ft Butte 1:98 pm. unfurnished. Boyle block. to and transact all kinds pared say 84jMated and Keltoa (x) 8:98 pm. of legal business. No. Booth Bound. FOR RENT I furnished rooms for Ttepart ldjTaHowatoao Bpeeui housekeeping; no doga; no children. K. T. HULANI8KL Attorney-at-La1 84 36th Bl Bait Lake City.... 7:11 117-lw- k Room First NationM Beak d,Local for SMt Lake... 8:81 building. Gena ml practice. FOR RENT Twe furnished rooms. 10:40 net. J Umlted for Balt Lake. 2:01 pm. 197 33rd SL S lAti HAIN GOODS AND COSTUMES. lt LMt 8:10 pm. FOR RENT furnished rooms for BAIR SWITCHES for oMo at reduced JOjFor Bait Lake City.... 8:68 pm. 1Loa Aa 8:88 pm. galea limited. chains n specialty, light housekeeping; clothes closet Srices Haircostumes 8:19 p.m. and pantry. Close la. Inquire SB. . to rant for Vlo.48aK Lake Flyer laaquerada balta and theaters. AU mall orders S2rd street. 814-f- it tTom Bouts. Arrive. T? promptly attended to. Mre C. E. From Balt 13:80 am. TWO furnished rooms for light houseBon 488. Lee; 381 34th. F. 8 Vo gait KE lint 8:10 are keeping. 233 Adama. SMt Lake 10:40 are IJImcM ( CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, Ifllaa Angelas Umlted. 1:80 pre FOR RENT Three rooms for house. JFrom Balt Lake 1:40 pre om Salt Lake keeping: furnished or unfurnished; FRED A. LUND, General Contractor 8:08 pre to brick nod atono, 878 211 Ball no children. Apply CuloulaL 8:08 pre Earn Salt Lake Phone 1060-T-. m Express 7:29 pre FOR RENT Nice cool housekeeping rooms, gaa rings, fid Opera House. DR. A. PERNLUND, Physician and Burgee. Office hours, io and II a. m.. 13 to 4 p. m. 340 25th BL Offioo FOB BEST FEMJLE. UNION PACIFIC R. R. CO. East Bo aad. Depart lOiFast Mail 8:10 am. 8iLa A agates limited 1:89 pm. SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING XlOvarland Limited 1:60 pm. THE OGDEN SCHOOL OF 8HORT-han- d 138 Ogden, Echo Coalville i:Zi vm. 4AtlanUe Express 7:49 and Typewriting, 2447 WashWeat Bonad. Arrive. ington Ave LpwIs Block, 5th floor. Thorough instruction by competent California ExpreeaTT 8:48 am. teacher. Terms reasonable. Now 111 Ogden, Echo CoMvlUe, 10:80 am. ready to receive pupils. Past Mall 18:18 pm 1 Overland limited 4:80 pm. PHYSICIANS AND gURGEUNG. 7 Los Angeles limited 8.88 pm. F HELP WASTER IN EFFECT JULY 10; 1907. GORDON G. IVES. Osteopath. gradate IN THIS DEPARTMENT THE PRICE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS MUST BE PAID STRICTLY IN ADVANCE, (BUSINESK HOUSES RUNNING BOOK ACCOUNTS ONLY EXCEPTED.) NO ADVERTISEMENT LESS THAN 2S CENTS FOR FIRST INCENT PER WORD FOR EACH SUBSEQUENT SERTION; INSERTION. FIRST INSERTION ONE CENT PER WORD; OR 30 CENTS PER LINE PER WEEK WITHOUT CHANGE. CENTS PER LINE PER CALENDAR MONTH WITH NO OR CHANGE OF COPY. OR M CENTS PER LINE PER MONTH GN A SIGNED CONTRACT TO RUN FOR ONE YEAR WITH ONE CHANGE OF COPY EACH MONTH. WANTED Tours oa cuiller thumb or spoon? UNION DEPOT PROFESSIONAL ey-at-la- a nr 407-40- fUBMt Uk.... .... "Quest co qu'il y srot'e that? says L 'Wot dye mean by thumb or apoouF WANTED A girl for general housework. MOO Washington. "And then that Taraacon barber told mo that. In his country in sharin' lantern jawed men like me tt was WANTED A girl tor general houseS I tf work, 6C4 38th atraet customary to plumb out the cheeks no's the rasor could get a holt by Insertin' a WANTED A girl tor kitchen and spoon or a thumb Into the mouth and dining room work. Good wagon In' foam Inside. the press Apply 413 27th street. I said to go ahead and share me FRATERNAL without either spoon or thumb. Be WANTED A woman cook, 171 32nd. wouldn't do it. though, ao I choeo tha FOR RENT Furnished noma for ROYAL ARCANUM. thumb. It looked, more hygienic. By sleeping and light housekeeping. 184 WANTED General Lnundnea, Ogdon gosh, I; can taste that there thumb 27th. Tested, aouad, reliable. Fraternal SI tf HoepltaL yst" Los Angeles Tlrnee. at Beneficiary Order. Insures FOR RENT I rooms for light house- reasonable rates for one, two; c r Urea HELP WANTED 258 S3ad thousand keeping, dollars. Aooumulatad emerITSt St gency fund naariy Urea m.Jlon dot-ar-e WANTED; FOR RENT One furnlahed room for MALE. Investigate. Rocky Mountala ladles. Bell phone 1414-Y- . Imo Council No. 687, moeto ooooad sat BOARDERS. WANTED If ale or frmale bookkeepfourth Fridays at A. O. U. W. hJi, er and stenographer, with machine, FOR RENT Newly furnlahed rooms F. W. Stona, Ragsat; J. W. TVother-spoon- . EXCELLENT modem rooms and for Ely, Phono 442-BoU. with bath.. 881 82nd. Collector; 0. B. Roberta, 8oey. board, low rates, fill 33rd St WANTED Men and boys to learn FOR ' RENT Light housekeeping FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD; ' rooms. 171 find. Plumbing, sign and Card writing and designing. Day and night No. 8ft, T. F. BL, FOB BENT. Ogden ,!dg claaaea. 1841 Arapahoe SL, Denver, HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 337 Twenty-Sixtmeats first and third Thursdays at 8 p. m la baton Labor Hall Cola. street 94tk UNFURNISHED ROOMS. (treat. Visiting . members cordially tevited. FOX KENT Threa unfurnished WANTED Janitor. Utah lad. Tel FOR sleeping rooms and light D. H. ADAMS, FraatdanL 817-Co. rooms, 3141 Adama. , rooms, fiOT 30th. IDA BECKER, Secretary, B. MEN and boys wanted to learn plumb- ALSO FOR HOUSEKEEPING Faery KNOTH. Treasurer. FOB BENT. T 81me Annex, 8438 Waah. Day ing, plastering, bricklaying. ODD FELLOWS, and night etaasea. Free caL PosiROOMS AND SOAR& ?ook learning. FOUR noma, waist In tha house; tions aaeured, Tracy Ave. Apply Mrs. H. HamOgden Lodge No. I, Into pendant Or8th SL. Coyne Trade School, mond. 101 ttth EL der of Odd Fallows. Moots la 1. San Franclaoa sad N, Y. 117-ly- r O. F. hall every Tuesday oven lag sMromMamMimmaaamaaMtaBaMfl Visiting brothers cordially Invited ta WANTED Twe ofloa boys. Apply WANTED. be present Utah Independent Telephone Co. J. W. BAILEY, Nobis Grand. FURNISHED ROOMS; HENRY KISSEL, Secretary. nt Depot WANTED Furnlahed or unfurnished wanted a roans B. F. ELKS; rooms or small house, with barn, News Stand, WANTED Real estate to sell Wo M-t- f 8479 WML nearby. B. F. Elks Ogdon Lodge Nn 718, have customers for bouses and lots MEN AND SOTS WANTED to lean Lodge and dob rooms, second floor, ranging from 800 to 81,800, that bricklaying, plumbing, plastering, 8411 FOB BENT. can be sold on monthly or annnal Washington avaan. Regular Mao sheet moul pattern draughting. meetings every Tuesday evening. payments. Could sell a doses such Positions secured. Day and night A T. HESTMARK, Exalted Rote. UNFURNISHED HOUSES. Hunter A bargains right away. classes. Free catalogue; Visitors J. H. KNAUBS. Secretary. Kennedy, fourth floor First Natl weloome; Trade Schoola, Coyne FOR RENT-- Bank Bldg. 8 IT fit house oa Jaffer-aon- , Ban Frnaetew and New York. I II. B0; houaa on 27th QUEEN CITY, REBEKAH LODGE, .w.ii Xyr-UNo. 4. X. O. O. F Meats secWANTED Yaal, pork and ehlckana atreeL 116.00. Absla, lad. Phone. ond and fourth Friday evenings at at the Chicago Merkel US xth SL BIG money for casvaastaf oateamoa. 17 tt Odd Fellows' galL Visiting mem3351 Wash. bers Invited. FOR RENT Throe or fear room ELLA BOGART. Noble Grand. MEDIUM. bouse furnlahed or unfurnished. GERTRUDE KOON8, flaeratary. 1051, 10th street. MADAM JENNINGS Spiritual med- LOST ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA Lady's large stead gold wateh ium. Class Friday, 8 p. m. 427 25th. with fob. Return to Standard. Re- FOR RENT A houao la rear. 1627 ward. Jefferson. Inquire Exaalalor Camp No. 8346, meeta evFOB BALE w ery second and fourth Thursday of LOST Jersey calf. Finder please noeach month at tha Eagles Hall VisMISCELLANEOUS. brick house iting ladles cordially tavttsd. tify RIvardMe Flour MUL Ind Phone FOR RENT A 680. Slfitt on 4th SL E. A. Stratford. First MRS. MARY HEFFNER, O recta, NnUonM Bank Bldg. FOR BALE A fresh milch cow and I 10 tf 8841 Washington Avaann 888 141 wk LOST Tribune bicycle No. 16337, taJ08IA RHEA, Recorder. 861 89ad BL call 8301 Wash. ken from wheel reck In front of FOR RENT Modern boose on 17th SL Address E. M. R., ears FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES. Elks club, Wadnaaday night, Aug. FOR BALE Twe U. P. tickets, for Reward for reoovery of aama. . 14th. Standard., . lady and gentleman from Ogden to FrateraM Order e4 Eagtea, Ogden O. P. Mackes, care of Elk Club. Denver, Address XL B Standard A aria. No. 1X8, F. (X E masts every office. FOB BALE, BEAL ESTATE Wednesday ovenlng In Bagla hen, seat of Rood hotel, at 8:00. Vtaiting BrothFOR SALB- -A good riding pony. 8881 LOST la North Ogdon, Thursday, er Eagles are Invited to attend the A FEW SARQAINS. Jefferson nveana. night one light aorral mare. BrandAari meetings. ed Bar under L on left rump. ReT. C. NORMS, W. President turn to William Bros'. Livery and A now FOR SAXE or trade, n good oquare modern, press brick D. T. TRACT, Seeratary. Addroao receive reward. piano, la good condition. school close to and cottage, DR. XL B. FORBES, Aarle Physician. "T" care standard. 12,900. LOST Between depot and Saniflvoroom modem frame cottages, ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS tarium card ease containing reWANTED. naariy new, with halls and large ceipts, and traveling cards la B. of porches, located 4 blocks of 25th SL Wasatch Division No. 114, O. R. C Finder reU F. and B. of L MISCELLANEOUS. aad tha depot Rant for 190.00 per meets aaoond and fourth Fridays at turn to Standard and bo reworded. month. Terms to sull 8:80 p. m. la K. ef P. bMI, corner 1 11-- 1 wk PARTNER wanted to share half interAa elegant press brick, mod- - Washington gvenua aad S4th atraet est la fine paying proposition. Small era dwelling, oa ear Une; two rooms Ail brothers are cordially Invited to amount of money required. A man BUSINESS CHANCES" more unfinished 84,000.00. attend. ' GEO. ALLEN, C. C. 45x141 and 26-f- t 1 required" not the money, 10SS-City lots, alley, XX L DOYLE, S. and T. FOR SALE A sreD eeUbUehed and Bell block of Washington school and car lino 8800.90, good paying dairy business, and flue WANTED To buy small business, or stock of choice dairy cows. A snap A choice OOOocro ranch, with otock PYTHIAN GISTERG. half Interest In good paying propoIf takes at once. For particulars and machinery; good dwelling and see O. A. Hors, 41C Ecclea Bldg. sition. Address, T. C. Moots every Saturday afternoon at ears of other buildings; located 15 miles of 8:80 In Pythian hnU, Utah NationM Standard. Bell phone 1316. Ogden on U. P. R. XL Parties desirous of purchasing prop- Bank building. Sojourning slaters corWANTED Twenty head of stock to Invited to attend. erty on the InatMlment plan, are In- dially pasture, good food. Apply at Utah vited to call at 819 Ecclea building. MRS. EVELYN OLASMANN, M. E. MISS LOUISE UTTER. M. of B. ft CL Feed A Produce Cfe, 2311 Wash. James K. Ballantyna. FOUND Several days ago a pair of 8 10 tf bi focal eye glasses, between Slat DEGREE OF POCAHONTAS. and bridge on Wash. Ave. Owner FOR BALD Several fine homes at MONEY TO LOAN brick can get sane by calling nt Standbargain prices. New LeeoUh Council No; 8, XX of P on installment plan. Beautiful lota ard office and paying for this ad. STREET CAR MEN, RAILWAY, 17 tf at close prices. O. A. White. 862 maota the first and third Wednesday 25th BL CLERKS, BOOKXEKPERS; and al 8 17 2t afternoons nt 8:80, Eagla HalL Does Snsla Aldan, C. of W can ba ethers employed, fled oor office BEAL ESTATE; FOR BALE Twootory brick houaa 118 88thpaidStto Visiting membars Infor oumo of 10 to UOfll Dia. FOB BALE, vited. eountaa tf paid before dasi Paymodern with conveniences. For Choice cor. 27th and lot, MARTHA A. MORRIS, FocahMtan ments suspended la alckasaa. No FOR 8 ALE particulars. Inquire 8757 Wash. Jeff. Inquire Hr. Bell, 819 26th. ALICE COLLINS, K. MR. 8 17 lwk. charge for applications. Tha City Loan Agency, Snito 417, 418. First ORDER OP WASHINGTON. National Bank Bldg. duo farm nt West BUILDING lota on car 11m; your own FOR SALE-O- no terms; money advanced to build. of 40 acres of consisting Waber, MONEY ta salaried paopto wtthost Ogden Union, Na 17L order of WeddL land, four room brick houao, good Washington, meeta ovary Tuesday security er endorsement; payments four and barn outbuildings, eows, to sail either weakly or monthly; at I oclock la A. O. U. W. Ail kinds of A new Broom houaa; on acre of land sveMag plga and chicken. business confidential Call and got hall. Vtaiting comrades Invited to tools and a and fine XX 410-1IX choicost crop. In tha at bearing fruit; attend. machinery Drake; my term. Cheep If taken nt ones. Call at WILLIAM DOYLE. President bldg. good location, 1J00. 260, 86th street residence la railWALTER RICHEY. Secretary. An elegant MONEY TO LOAN, oa forms and road district 91,800. BALE-A (mail with cottage, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS; city real estate. HUNTER A KEN- FOR Nino acres of good tend with water modera improvement. 2624 JefferNEDY. fourth floor. First NationM aad three-roohouse, located 41 son. Building. rods tram ear line, 81.860. tf Ogden Council No. 777. Meeta evCHAUKCET PARRY,-Cor- . ery Wednesday evening at K. of C 2478 Waah. Ava at 8 oclock. MONET TO LOAN I-- J. BRUKMITT FOR SALE Lota la tha Orchard, 23rd and Wash. Phone 859-- x but No, members welcome. Cor. 7th sad Washington Ave 49 1 Voting to an Mley. Terms 10.00 H. DaVTNE, Q. K. J. 133, by WESTERN DETECTIVE AGENCY W. J. MORGAN, Fin. 8ecy. down and 110.00 per month. J. H. SALS a snap near Corlnne, Myers, 740 Washington Ave. 1 180 acres land, $20.00 per acre cash. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Herald Bldg Balt Lake City. Good water right Jesse A. Child, P. O. Box 198. Both Pbonee Bell. FOR SALE Kina room houaa with 2883; Ind. 330. This agency la preOgden, R. F. D. No. 4. Utah Camp Na 8090, Modem Woodand hay nhed, in good stable barn, pared to handle all proper detective men of America, meats every Tuesday location, with one to alt railroad buslneee entrusted to It by corporaland. Reasonable FOR SALE At sacrifice, acres of flnt-clasnight at Eagle Hall 1p.m. Visiting tions or individuate. largo barns, members Invited. terms. Apply 41, Slat street pressed brick house, fine shade M. A. GOULD, V. CL trees, chicken house and WANT ADS BRING BIO RESULTS. J. H. SHAFER, Clark. Sna spring water. 3719652--Washing ton Ave. BoU telephone WANT ADS BRING BIG R FAULT H. WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS. WANT ADS BUNG BIG RESULTS. WANT ADB BRING BIG RESULTS. a lit! 8-- T lt tf h u kouao-keepte- g 3t a a 330-34- 0 1 a q m tf lost" five-roo- . alx-roo- Doimri. TmT I I Ex. for San Franriioo.. 4.t for Baa Franciaco, BjEx. FH 1 . ?-- MM1 e.r.t. Over lend Umlted Liilin. No. From' Writ "To Fait Mall 10 Yin? saaeeeeseese v.Rs. from 0m rrancisco am. 8 0veraad Umlted 1:39 pre Baa Franriacol 6:19 pm. jBt-froExcepf' Sunday. I r.o () WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT. ago lily Circle, No. 104. stoats ov. ary aeeoad and fourth Friday nights at 7:80 In K. of P. hall. Vtaiting neighbors cordially Invited. DAISY CA8HSIORE, G, N, 187 Tracy Avenua. KATE HEY MAN, Clark, 888 23rd Street I'l Women of Woodcraft, Ogdeu Orel 881, meets every TneaJay night at 7:80 o'clock. K. of P. hall Visiting Neighbors tevited. Dues can ba paid at the office of Ed Autb, the afternoon of tbo 28th of each month. First NationM Bank Bldg. MRS. ALICE COLLINS, Q. N 2018 Pingraa Ave. MARIE CRITES, Clerk. 1731 Mon- roe Avenue. OGDEN LODGK NO. 1, B. OF H. OGDEN LODGE Na L J. Of H meets In K. ef P. hell the first end third Wednesday afternoons of oocb month at 9:80 p. so. SUSIE SIMS, C. of II. JEANETTE MILLs Flaandar. U JENNIE PROUT, Raeordar. LADIES OF THE MACCABEES; ' - "8 land Bsbhstk is calculated to make restless children of the present day and possibly some of their elders thankful they were not born two centuries ago. The Sabbath began Saturday afternoon with the golug down of tbo sun. 8uuday morning a horn waa loudly Noun to aauos cos tha hour of woc-shl-pi Service began at o'clock and lasted for eight hours, with an Intermission of one hour for dinner conversation. Ia the earliest days tha congregation sat on rude benches, their Beats being assigned them at town meeting. The service consisted of several peris, which are chronicled la an ancient diary aa follows: Preliminary prayer or Invocation; chapter of Bible read and expounded; psalm ta meter, read out line by Una by Deacon I.; long prayer on various matters, one hour and a half: aermon of 100 to 390 pages; at close at eervW, baptism; sinners put on trial, confessed before congregation. kltniaterC. bowed right and left, ns person stirring til ha bad paaaed down and sot of tha meeting houaa." . the brand to multiply tha peasant housewife the dough to Imitate the leaven, me wteat the miller and to rise. She would be very angry If any one should er whittle ta the room while At a making the loaf, h aom parte of Europe the bake la almost a aacred object. la ear-uBrtWany. for example. It dedicated with ceremonlea Tha jjod la sprinkled with blessed water. proper heat Is attested by the Jwttag of a bottle, and finally an egg hr luck. Besides, then an Man and Brutes. teto daya on which bread must not Now, gentlemen." said Sheridan ao wa to Holy Friday or during the ladles left the room, are night of All Saints, when the Ilka mss or beasts?" Tbo guests drink ghosts exclaimed, Lika men, of course." JJld be aura to eat It loaf of bread Itself Is connected Then, aald be, "wa an going to get omol crowd of drunk, for brutes never drink jolly euperstttlona. to an old English more than they want 'vparts In the Tled lady la cut Hla Last Card. t this may be taken to Indicate A certain venerable archdeacon on that ihe win not be married dur-- " gaged as a new footman a well recomtwelve or, wbet la mended youth who had served aa a ttet there willmonths, be dleaenslou of stable hoy. Tha first doty which ho kld ,a the family. Soma folks was called upon to perform was to acf tuning a loaf upside company tbo archdeacon on a oerieo of Cttlnc it Of course it k formal calls. rTwhero regarded as bad luck for tha cards, Thomas, and leave "to broad to fan om the buttered oneBring at each honse,? ordered hla masYork Poet ter. After two hoars of visiting from house to house tbo archdescon's list was exhausted. . "This la the last house, Thomas," ha said. "Leave two cards hero." Cswhsya Beggte year pardon, air was tha tl"'w'a Weekly eaya that cowboys reply, I can't Ive only tha ace of iways glad to practice politeness nmdooleft , have a chance. Two ladles F n accident lunched In a the Southern Pacific road, w00 "rowbom WCTt at tlle taw. Tbsy Knowledge Dsmsnstratsd. and stood until the ladles Would yoo like to attend a lecture J8. To ha equally courteous on the fine arts? iy Mies a iked. May I not . No, answered Mr. Cnmrox. Moth-- i r and the girls esa make me feel my Tb "P'r WM ,m ( 8on t rhoose none; tkaak Ignorance anfflcleatty at home flea of ( to death, ma'am." harga. Washington Star. superett-accidental- EXAMINER: 00 PEN, UTAH. The 0 Nas AnglsnO Aabkatlw A description of the old New Eng- loafof bread. ihe MORS iso r tf . a Y r, found a Eo-eie- a tf Silver Hive, Na Na at i, meets ovary Tsss-da- y 8:80 p. m at K. of C Hall 8478 Washington avenue. Visit- ing staters cordially Invited. BESSIB SEBRING, La L. JENN1B PROUT. R. K 9456 Van Bnrea Ava KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEEI. Ogdon Tent Na 24, maota tha see-onand fourth . Friday evenings, nt I o'clock ahnrp. In L O. F. hsIL vtaiting Knights corJIMIy Invited to at ten a. J. W. HALSEY, Commas dor. F. F. BOND, Reaord Keeper. d a MASONia Queen Esther Chapter Ka 4, G. E. 8. Regular meetings held at Masoale Hall on Washington arenas, between Twenty-fift- h nod Twenty-sixt- h streets the flnt and third Fridays of each month. Sojourning members cordialI ly invited to attend. ANNA LEWIS, W. 1L? LILY V. HALS TED, Secretary. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Weber Camp Na 74, meeta In K. of P. haU la tho Utah NationM Bank building every Thursday ovenlng at 8 oclock. Vtaiting Woodm-cordially Invited to attend. m morris, a a t.E. aAUTH, Clerk, First NationM Bank Building. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, No. 8, Knights of Lodge Ogdeu Pythias, meets at Castte HaU, Utah NationM Bank building, every Monday evening. All K. of P.s requested to meet with ns. J. H. SHAFER, C C EL R. GEIGER, M. of C. L N. MU AD, K. of R. and S. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA. 1-- for 400-40- a 1-- 1 6-- tf Yeomen, Ogdon Homestead Na 1505, meeta every first and third Friday night at 7:80 tn K. C. hall Na 2470 Wash. Are. Vtaiting archers cordtany anted to meet with as. FRANK R. WIANT, Foremen, 2111 Lincoln. MABEL TURNER, eorrespondenL 2214 Mofflt Ava WANT ADS BRING BIO RESULTS.