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THE W Reseed. Far OriioaUl la The'Oa Ramoinod It was as far back O aa Sir John Btainsr wss dasrly loved by students wbaa h wu professor of muaie at Oxford. "As sn examioer he wu most considerate," said am who tndled under him, "aad would always do his hart to get you through. I remember his asking me n poser ta s viva rocs examination. He waited patiently for the answer; bat partly through my nsrvouausM no doubt 1 could art think of It At leagtk ho exclaimed testily. Dear ms, how stuffy thla room It to be sare, and ha went aad began togging at the ventilator card. It was quite two mlautoe before h get the thing open, and by th time he had ut down again aad rearranged hla gown I had the.anawer ready. Comparing notes later to the day with a man who wu examined quits soon after me, I told him how the ventilator had served me. How remarkable. ha replied. Why. when I wu stuck he said, "How extraordinary drafty this plats ta, and spent quit two minutes In shutting tbs ventilator. "Manchester Guardian. Bra Laos according to Sarnuol Pepya, that om Kaipp caaM to him about the "woman's day at tha playhooM, whioh ho waa expected to patrea toe la order to tacivaae the Of THE STOCK ldfifi, profile. f Perhaps the first ergenteed benefit for a particular faorlto, however, waa that gives to Mrs. ' Barry la 1887. Oa ueb occaaloBS It was customary to charge for admission to the stag OFITS OF A YEAR ARE EWEFT AWAY IN A FEW DAVE. pwilM In PricM Hu CMcksd and tha End la Nat Cantinuad Uu-- la Eight -- which la consequence often became no thronged that when a player to whom the distinction was accorded had to nuke hia appearance before tho footlights to toko np Me part la tha piece It had net infrequently to be stopped for several minutes while the attendants foraad a passage for tho unfortunate actor through tho throng of bln admirers. Hus oa tho occasion of Quin's benefit at Caveat Garden, in 1758, the old actor, who was Incumbered with the heavy dress of Fatataff, wee several minutes before be could pass ou to tho stage oa account of tho crowds that were assembled In the wings. Perhaps one of the saddest of tho many benefits which hare been celebrated at Drury Lane wu that given on June II, MSS, for Grimaldi, the greatest clown tho stage has known, when tho heartbroken old men was wheeled oa to the stage In an armchair and hopelessly broke down ta hie endeavor to slag his once fa mo ns ditty, jtot Codlina." Tho old mans memory had completely forsaken Aim. On that occasion n ran of 2,700 was realised, whfc'h for many yean remain' -- decline la Xav York, Aug. 18. Th IE progiWM for haaa haa Ueh grioM wm tlaia, continued during tha part ak with many aocurittea reaching 8uccM-uiba lowest quotationi In of liquidation during the itn months hare awept away the LTgts of year. and hare made the and kart market extremely sensitive cauaea Arable. The contributing are the and fj jn ltuatiua hare been campaign ten of a further restrictive ...i t curponuiona by the ofnext various the leglalaturea higher ratea for money, with mducad aupply of available fun da, indifference to the decline la JtodT prioee oa the part of Interests with large capital inveetmenta at rlalble algna of weak apota Ina the trade altuation aad monetary that preclude any tope of aid from Europe for Amerimar- can bualneaa enterprlaea or atock yf. m eon-MTm- T. eon-dltlon- ed a record-- ytooertbegaa with the market under a cloud. Liquidation had not vnn ita eourte even after the ten aad (teea polata decline of tha preceding week. The heary reduction la loaaa tba prarioua Saturday hardly compensated for the large loaa In caah and rrlth another guvamment report on tba Standard Oil company pnbUahed on 'Monday, Wan atxeet began the vert nervous and apprehenaivo. Combined with thla were the expreaaloaa James' EL YANKEE A Tha Raaar la Disrepute. "And he told her .all bta heart, and aid unto her, there bath not come n naor upon mine hud, for I hare baen a N turtle unto God from my mother's womb; If I ha shaven, then my strength will go from me, and I shall become weak and be like other men." Judges xri IT. Hair ou man or brute la a sign of strength. He who desires to keep at a aafo distance from dentists, let him hasp also at a great distance from tba knife of tha barber. To share ta an act against nature. Provoke nature, and to return nature will prereke you. Said Daniel Webster: tba naor! It hu taught ms to curse. It has cost ms mors time and more trouble than an my speeches." Rufus Choate, the lawyer, called tha naor as Instrument Invented by to HU np hell with barristers. Edward Everett never need profane language, but before shaving ho would Invariably giro vent to nil aorta of French barbarisms Gaaette. RETORT. Infermatien Far a Seaman eo an Engr. lish Just after the war of J77S aa AmerHe ican frigate virttod England. crew of gallant tore had been principally recruited from the fisheries, and aoma of them. It la to be acknowledged, did not compare favorably to appearconcerning the ance witk th spick and spaa. Jaunty a a eabiart member proposed plan of prosecution of Engtlah naval seamen, for the former managers whs Tlolate the wore of nil aha poo and rises, from tho e eeeuri-tieUwT As a result holders of round shouldered, long armed did sot know how long their talk Coder down to the abort wiry ibere would he Immune from attack, Capo ream of further proceedings against members of the ships company who hailed from varioua parts farther corporations made the capitalists back as to tha outcome south. ,( them Indifferent One day tha captain of tba American sal it was obvious that they were giving so support to the market, Tha hip paid a visit to tha commander of mike of the telegraph operators, at anchor to tha a British vhlle not very disturbing to business, mum harbor. Tho cockswain of tho gig was most the and cai Til annoyance was a great lanky seaman, wtywe r.u of H aa an unfavorableaaIncident, backbone was so rounded as to form a ammo-itiikm legitimate, however, veritable lump. While the boat rested waa failure the for lower prices at tho gangway of tho vial tad reaacl of the Pope Manufacturing company the English aallora gathered In tho aad tha apprehension created of similar embarrassment In other quartern. open porta and "took atock" in a rather disdainful fashion of tha occupants of An example of (ha stata of tha montho gig- - At last tho seaman of tho ey market la given by the fact that called down to tho cocktha Consolidated Gas company, which manf-wa- r la dominated by Standard Oil inter-titswain: waa fttroed to borrow "Elio, there, Yankee! I say, whatia nous at I per cent A large that bloomin' tamp you hare on your waa tlx amount of money loanad for backr months at T per cent Commercial paTho American sailor looked up and per isemi to be dieeouatlng slowly, called back quick ns a shot. Thats aad tba banks reported many clients Bunker Hill!" Loa Angelas Timas. who seldom come to them for accommodations, forced to borrow because of poor eoUaettaaa. On the other hear, A Floral Sere. , call loans wars surprisingly, low, but Did yon hoar of all tho trouble ta thla reflected merely the deal re of (he flower circus T" the lenders to keep their capital la No- - Whut was Itr hand. The shrinkage la stock has Well, to begin with, the tiger lillee been sufficient to allow Ineomo yields to keep pace with prevailing Interest boasted of the superiority of tbolr and these tricke even the dandy-lionratea Many substantial properties were brought to tho olephnnt-eara- , old during the part week from to 121,000,000 leas la market and It waa vary natural that tho value than oa tha first of August, and dogwood toll them whore tho cawta-1- 1 prime railroad stocks at present divipa would repeat thorn. That dend rates have begun to return Inwas ou bud, although thococko-com- b vestors from I to T per cent, whereas gooolp was ahead. Thau ovary-bod- y they offered u yield of hut 4 to E per waa Inclined to Unger to admire cent not eo many months ago, tba parrots feather till they heard th - Domestic money condition! have Ilka a trooper, and an hands been somewhat duplicated abroad, the got a fatherly lecture from tha poppy most atriklng example of this being afforded by the Bank of Englands so-ti- a Bowsr. Washington .Herald. In raising Its official rate to 4 2 par cent This waa more remarkable . Ufa as Childish Pleasure. In view of the fact that Ita reaarvea InTba wealthy woman with diamonds 4 per cant and went above the to bar knuckles waa telling of a jured figure of the year before. Prior to its up man aha knew who was going thread recent advance, the Mtd annotate" sn a cattle steamer. "He la grtng for ad Its refusal to discount for the open Ha la very dell-eat- s, market at leas than 4 2 per cent bla health." aba said. but ho Is oo poor. Why should a The whole run of thla plan appears to bo to clear the London field of the man who has no health endeavor to any finance bfllt which the Joint preserve tba little ha .hast With bo brtka have accepted In large quant- money to make life agreeable and re ities tha peat two months and which little life left In the body, why should beginning to threaten the gold ha keep on wanting to BwF One of nmrve of the Bank of England. Eviher listening friend who la not pm" dently that Institution determined this with thla world's tlcularly Incumbered year to taka matters in hand -early ho takes aeugh to prevent a recurrence of the goods spoko up. "I suppose a sort of childieb pleasure ta It Moot (old exports to American markets, Much resulted la aueh contusion in of aa do." New York Preaa. November and December of. last year, crtly there In n disposition to rely The Heuae of fUmaneff. oa the treasury again for assistance, The house of Romanoff passed out of but so far that department has made existence with the death of Ita last o sign. survivor. Empress Elisabeth, daughter Meanwhile the New York banks are Of Peter tha Great, who was succeeded in reserve, the Interior Is. keeping as ruler of Russia by her nephew, up Ita exchange ngalnrt New York, and the crop moving season, which Peter of Oldenburg; duke of Ho late son ,bf her younger sister. mins tha reaerva cities each year, capita the talk of ability of the InGrand Due hns Ann. It la from thla terior to finance itself, la moving along cur, who reigned aa Peter IIL, that (alto flood. . tba whole- - of tho reigning bouse of Russia are descended, and they in; HARRIMAN HAS A CLOSE CALL. therefore; not Romanoff, but Olden- La-etf- er Man-sf-wa- Jordan Water; There la a general iinpresaioa that the Jordan water which ta uaed at royal baptisms la taken from tha sacred stream, put Into a bottle, hermetically sealed and left untouched until the bottle la opened by tba officiating priest. Aa n matter of fact, tha water e which fiowa out of tba lake uf and descends a rocky gorge to a tarsi far below that of tho Mediterranean la fun of organic substances. If a bottle be" Ailed with tho water and kept tightly corked for n few days It tana perfectly black and offer to tba nostrlla all the odors of tho tropica. Tha precaution la therefore taken of boiling the water and straining It before It la seated op, and thla Is why the baptismal water always posse sees the crystal eteamaas which one notices ea these ceremonial ecaatoua Modern Society. a Gal-De- man-o'-w- ai s, NOTICE. . List N. str. United States Land Office. Salt Lake City, Utah, July 16th, 1907. To Whom It May Oouoara: Notios la hereby given that the State of Utah has filed la thla office n list of lands, selected by tha amid 8tats, aa Indemnity School Lands, under section of tho Act of Congress, approved July 19, 1894, aa follows, via: N N.E. 4 N.W. 4 and N.B. See. 20. T. N, R. 4 E, S. U M, (State 297, U. L R.). A eopy of said Mat, so far aa It relates to said tracts by descriptive subdivision, has been conspicuously posted to thla office for Inspection by nay person interested, and by tho publlo generally. During tha period of publication of thla notice, under departmental Instructions of April 26, 1907, protest or contests against tha claim of the State to any of tho tracts or subdivisions hereinbefore desert bed, on the ground that th same la more valuable for mineral than for agricultural purposes, win be received and noted for report to the General Ind Office at Washington, D. C. Failure so to protest or contest within tho time specified, will he considered sufficient character evidenee of tho of th tracts, and th selection thereof, being otherwise free from objection. will bo recommended for , -- s, $18,-000,0- cat-tal- cs fox-glo- re ir 1-- 1-- 1-- 4 1-- 1-- 2 ere-eua- o 1-- EXAMINES: OGDEN, non-miner- ve E. D. R. THOMPSON, Register. MEDIUM. MADAM JENNINGS ium. Class Friday, Spiritual medm. 427 26th. I p. LOST Check book, between Plain City and Ogden Sugar Factory; check book on Pint National Bank of Layton, containing two 10 bills. Finder return to this office. liberal reward. LOST A Matte Train an Main Lina pfu wean Wlnnemuccn and Sparta Wulnemucca. Aug. '19. Note standing the extra precautions wl Uk to prevent any poia rodent to the Harrimaa tala on which the great apodal,n railway waa speeding westward, ci Involved being In a aerl ybt Trit between Wlnnemuccn burg. Jersey calf. Finder plena notify Rlverdale Flour MIIL lad Phono LOST . Tribune bicycle No. 96237, taken from wheel reck to front of Elka dub, Wodaeadny night, Ang. 14th. Reward for recovery of same, . O. P. Meckea, care of Elk Club. LOST th Fashion Magaalu for your rp to Date ' wife? Tea: sbe geta so much enjoyment out of weeping over the gowns which - I cannot afford to buy for her." Houeton Poet. ' In North Ogden, Thursday night one light sorrel mare. Branded Bar under L oa left ramp. Return to William Bros, livery and receive reward. LOST Inference.-Crawfor- Ybe Harrimaa spedal. and an tra,n met on SI.!d..ex!,r,ton aw line between station a. A aerl was prevented hr each of fitaewu seeing (he other txmla ttee to apply th jr. The trains v "T vroortt to n standstill within other and the excun into the nearest all the special pass. 1(ISe mIa 1,M cet waa dun to 'tiigence of an operator, who to board" oa the excun tnurF oh E?0 backed uYALTY IS SIGHTED v-- 5352 . Ang. lL Wlrel Phw on,ln bririwrFTlgia boaiini the Virginia cap PbbteE to paaa In The an vsti" 11 mark the op vedul1 M expoalti offlcltl nd social fu yJJ?": Did any one henpecked? No, but 1 noticed portraits family hanging all over Life. wu that he Ah empty purs ever toll yon Crabohaw of his wlfota the bouse. causes a foil Between depot aad Sanitarium card cnao containing receipt and traveling cards la B. of L F. and B. of U E. Finder return to Standard and ha rewarded. LOST heart 911-lw- k Fielding. AUGUST 20, 1907, 7 UNION DEPOT PROFESSIONAL Examiner Classified Advertisements TIME CARD IN THIS DEPARTMENT THE PRICE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS MUST BE PAID STRICTLY IN ADVANCE, (BUSINESS 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 20 CENTS PER LINE PER WEEK WITHOUT CHANGE. OR 7S CENTS PER LINE PER CALENDAR MONTH WITH NO CHANGE OP COPY. OR 60 CENTS PER LINE PER MONTH GN A SIGNED CONTRACT TO RUN FOR ONE YEAR WITH ONE CHANGE OP COPY EACH MONTH. ONE-HAL- -- E8 Parent School. Kiikvtlta utotaraar Mock, sure 61 Treatment by appoiatmoaL Haora a. m. to 6 p. bl Ball chons 1014-K- ' A Wenderful Cataract. Tbs folia of Ignaxn, situate near where Argentina. Paraguay and Brasil meet form ons of tha mart wonderful cataracts In the world, being greater ta extent and more varied to character than the better known falls of Niagara. Tho first plunge of the Ignnsu falls la HO feet followed by two others of 100 fast each, whlls between tho two series of fails there are cataracts and rapids covering a vast expense and surrounding picturesque a. FOR BALE Ticket to Omaha for afternoons. lady. Call lad. I7I1-D- , FOR SALE A fresh milch cow and calf. 2201 Wash. 688-14-l- FOR SALE A good riding pony. . Jefferson arena. square trad, n good Address good condition. FOR SALE or piano, "T" la 2311 care BUnJard, 101 ' 1607. UNION PACIFIC R. R. COl lad, l5u . SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING THE OGDEN SCHOOL OF SHORT-han- d and Typewriting. 47 Washington Are., Lewis Block, 6th floor. Titorough instruction by competent teacher. Terms reasonable. Now ready to recalvs pupiia. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. DR. A. FERNLUND. Physician aad Burgeoa Office hours, 10 and II a m, 12 to 4 u. m. 8M 26th 8t Office phona. Ball 615K; lad. 616. Dart usnes ail Wash. lad. phon 801. . ATTORNBY-AT-LAW- A. Q. HORN. Offlcva aver Badeoas Drug Store. I seek tho busmans of ail parties; am attorney against all Attoraey-at-Law- " . aorporatioua and mouapaltoa Prepared to tranaact any aad all kinds ef legal business. E. T. HLLANISKI, Rooms building. . Attoreey-at-Lav- First National 407-40- 1 General practice. Beak HAIR GOODS AND COSTUMES. HAIR SWITCHES for sals at reduced prices. Hair chains n specialty. Maaquarada costume to rest for balls and theaters. AU. mall orders promptly attended ta Mrs. C. E. Box 466. 17-t- i Lea. 121 14th. P. a CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. FRED A. LUND, General Contractor la brick and a tons 678 II 1 Bell Phone 1060-Y- . FRATERNAL ROYAL ARCANUM. Tested, sound, reliable, fraternal Itanaflciary Order. Insures men at reasonable rates for oao, two, c? three thousand dollars. Accumulated emergency fund nearly Urea m..lloa dollar. Investigate. Rocky Mountain Council. No. 617, meets second eal fourth Fridays at A. o. U. W. kUL F. W. Btoua Regent; J. W. "other peon, Cellsotor; G. R. Roberts, Beey. FRATERNAL Ogdaa lodge meets Aral and I p. m ta vatoa tract. VUUlag invited. BROTHERHOODNo. in, T. F. - B, third Thursdays at Labor Hall, 263 14th members eordUUj D. H. ADAMS, President IDA BECKER, Secretary. & 0. KNOTH. Treasurer. ODD FELLOWS, Ogden Usdgs No. I, Independent Or der of Odd Fellow a Meets li I Ol F. kail a vary Tuesday evening. Flatting brother cordially Invited to he present J. W. BAILEY. Noble Grand. HENRY KISSEL, Secretary. a WOMEN OP WOODCRAFT. Sega Ulv Circle, Na 104, meets every eeeond and .fourth Friday nights at 7:20 ta K. of P. ball. Visiting nalghhors cordially Invited. DAI8Y B. P. O. ELKS. CASHMORE, G. N 137 Tracy Avenue. KATE HETMAN, ' Clerlt, 311 like Ogdaa Lodge No. 719, 23rd Street dub aeooad rooms, aod floor, Lodge 2419 Washington arenas. Regular Women of Woodcraft, Ogden Circle msetlnga every Tuesday evening. A. T. HEflTMARK, Exalted Ruler. 661, Elect every Tuesday night at 7:30 oclock. K. of P. hall. Vtalting J. H. KNAU8S. Secretary. Neighbors Invited. Dues ran bo paid at the office of Ed QUEEN CITY, REBEKAH LODGE. No. 4, I. O. O. F, Meets sec- Auth, the afternoon uf the 28th of each ond and fourth Friday evenings at Month, First National Bank Bldg. MRS. ALICE COLLINS, G. N, 2612 Odd Fellowi HalL Vtajttag mem-be- n Plngree Are. Invited. MARIE CR1TES, Clerk, 2731 Mm-- 1 ELLA BOGART. Noble Grand! roe Avenue. GERTRUDE ROOM 8, Secretary, R. P. O. ROYAL NEIGHBORS Na OGDEN LODGE OP AMERICA 1-- 2 1, BL OP M. Excelsior Camp No. 2246, meets evOGDEN LODGE No. L 1. of H., ery craond and fourth Thursday of meet in K. of P. ban tho first aad each month at the Eagles Hail, Pla- third Wednesday afternoons of sack iting ladles cordially Invited. month at 2:60 am. MRS. MART HEFFNER, Oracle, SUSIE 8IMS, C. of H. 2141 Washington Aveona. JEANETTE MILL, Financier, JOS LA RHEA, Recorder, 266 22nd BL L. JENNIE PROUT, Recorder, ' FRATERNAL ORDER DP EAGLES. LADIES OP THE MACCABEES. Fraternal Order oi Eagles; Ogdaa Atria, No. 116, F. O. E, meet ovary Silver Hire, Na L meets every TuesWednesday evening la Eagla ball, asst day at 2:26 p. m at K. of C Han. ef Raed hotel, at 6:06. Visiting BrothNa 2473 Washington avenue. Vlsi er Eaglaa are Invited ta attend th tag stators cordially lari ted. BESSIE SCBRINQ, L.C. Aerie meetings. L. JENNIE PROUT. R. K. T. C. MORRIS, W. President 2466 Van Boren Are. 1). T. TRACY. Secretary. DR. H. B- - FORBES, Aerie Physician. KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES; ORDER OP RAILWAY CONDUCTORS Ogden Teat Na 24, meets tba secWasatch Division Ne. 124, O. R. C, and fourth Friday evening, meets second and fourth Fridays at ond F. ball, 2:19 p. m. to K. of P. ball, corner at I oclock sharp, to I. O. Knights cordially Invited to Washington avenue aed 24th street vtalting All brothers are cordially invited to attena J. W. HAL8ET, Commander. attend. F. F. BOND, Kaoord Keeper. GEO. ALLEN, C. C. D. U DOYLE, S. and T. a PYTHIAN MAgONIG, BISTERS. Moots ovary Saturday afternoon at 2:20 la Pythian hall, Utah Natioaal Bank building. Sojourning slaters Invited to attend.-MRS- . oor-dlali- y EVELYN OLA8MANN, M. E. M18S LOUISE RITTER. ML of R. R CL CL DEGREE OP POCAHONTAS. Lccotnh Conncfl, Na 8, IX of P murts the first and third Wednesday afternoons at 1:16, Eagla HalL Does can bo paid to Susla Aldan, CL of W. lit 26th fit Visiting membars Invited. MARTHA A. MORRIS, PecahMtaa ' ALICE COLLINS, K. of B. ' . ORDER OP WASHINGTON. Ogden Union, Na- - 172, order at Washington, meets every Tuesday craning at 6 oclock la A. O. U. W. halL Visiting comrades Invited to rttoaJ. WILLIAM DOTLS, President WALTER RICHET. Secretory. Ogden Opuacil MISCELLANEOUS. IN EFFECT JULY GaPf KNIGHTS FOB SALE u - TUESDAY; 680. Making Her Happy. "Yon say yon hare subscribed to "Parka. UTAH. A Kind Essminsr, BENEFITS. FAMOUS SOME BREAKING DOWN UOBNINO OP COLUMBUS Na 777. Meets ev- ery Wednesday evening at K. of C. ball Na 2471 Waah. Are., at 6 o'clock. Visiting members welcome, H. DeVINE. aK. j. W. J. MORGAN, na ScaT. MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA Utah Camp Na 6160, Modem Wood-Be- e at America, meets every Tuesday night at Eagla Hall, I p. m. Visiting members Invited. MA. J. GOULD; V. H. SHAFER. CL Clara WANT ADS BRING BIG RU8ULTB. Queen Esther Chapter Na 4, O. E. Regular meetings held at Maaouto Hall on Washington areaua between Twenty-fift- h streets and Twenty-sixt- h tha first and third Fridays of eaeh month. Sojourning mambera cordially Invited to attend. j ANNA LEWIS. W. K. LILT V. HALS TED, Secretary. S. WOODMEN OP THE WORLIX Weber Camp Na 74, meets to K. of P. hen In tha Utah National Bank building every Thursday evening at I oclock. Vtalting Weodmre cordially Invited to attend. T. CL MORRIS. G G E. AUTH. Clerk, First National Bank Building. KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS. Na 2, Knight of Lodge Ogdau Pythtaa meets at Castle Hall, Utah Mon- . National Bank building, ovary day evening. All K. of P.s requested to roaat with ma. J. H. SHAFER, G C-R. GEIGER. M. of K. L- - N. MEAD, K. of R. and 8- BROTHERHOOD OP AMERICA. Yeomen, Ogden Homestead Na 1695, meats ovary first and third Friday night at 7:20 in K. G haU, Na 2479 Wash. Are. Vtalting arahere cordlsny invited to meat with ns. FRANK R. W1ANT, Foreman, 2111 Lincoln. MABEL 1214 TURNER, eorreapoadant, Moflt Ava WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS.