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I 2 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST 27 1010 I
ECZEMA TOTALLY
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GOVEREnHIS AGE
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When a Baby Hair All Came Out
Always Scratching Mother
Cuticuraand He was Cured
Affer 3 Years of Disease
f My eon was about four month old
when ho vrna taken with dreadful ecze
ma 1 had four different
I doctors but they could
not help him The heir
all camo out nod his taco
wan totally covered His
ores were shut and rro
tnought ho would ro
blind flblimba and body
I wcro also affected Howas
1 always scratching I hnd
I to keep his hUb hands
I tied down and ho seemed
to hnva a great deal of
pain We did not know what to do I I
used to get nldc handling him from tho
way tho corruption was always running
But I got aomo Cutlcura Soap and
Cuticura Ointment and in a vronk or
t n davs I could see tho eruption drying
up and before long hI was cured after
about three yeara of tho Krrlblo dlscoao
Now ho is nineteen yearn old and has
not a sign of tho old trouble Ton see
1 learned to MVO throequarters of tho
doctors bills by using Cuticura Soap
and Ointment and I will recommend
either to any ono and advwo them to
uso them and receive n rafo bpwdy
cure Mrs Catherine Mocklln Deck
St Royalton Pa Feb 21 1010
Cuticurn Is tho most economical treat
ment for torturing difflaunng affections
or tit skin of infants childltO nnd adults
A ample cake or Cuticura Soap and box
of Cuticura Ointment aro often sufficient
Cuticura Soap 25s Ointment COO nexolreat
CO and Chocolate CoatrU Pllla OSf arc Mid
throughout the world roller Drue i Chcm Corp
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Lumber
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Lumber Co
Before Buying
AnywJhleJre
Either Phone 612
Or Call 237 24th St Ogden
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If you have never used a
BELL TELEPHONE in
your office or home have
one or more installed I
youll soon wonder how
you did without it The
time you save tho results
you obtain will more than
pay the small cost
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SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
rTO EXAMINE THE
CHI10RfNS tYtS
The board of education mot last
night for a short Session at wfildh
there was lltUo bualnesB done
Tho t1n3nclal report wa rend alter
which the board considered thov mat
ter of the bids for the transportatiOn
of the pupils attending Mount Fort
school from the Broom Bench and
addition districts The matter was
laid on the table
The water question at the Five
Points school was brought up but was
quickly referred to the committee to
confer with tho water commission
Dr Coulter recommended tile en
gagement of the services of a medical
examiner which would examine tho
eyes of tho children of the entire
School system each year Suporlntou
dent Hills advocated tho suggestion
saying that ho such a recommenda
tion In mind intending to bring It
before the board at a time after tho
opening of tho school The super
intendent urged that tho doctors
recommendation be considered favor
ably saying that dofectlvo eyesight
particularly among the younger pu
pils was proving a serious drawback
to the proper education of many
lIe declared that children would
fall behind In tholr studIes act stu
pidly In school and ho classed as
slow when the cause of their falling
back really could bo laid to poor eye
sight or minor trouble In tho childs
vision He asserted that a child was
often classed as stupid by teachers
and parents when an oyo specialist
might quickly remove the cause of
tholr slow learning and make of them
bright scholars
Dr Coulter declared that tho school
syStems of Salt Lako and at Logan
nnd In fact In almost every part of
tho country had medical assistant
on tho payroll and that the results
bad been more than satisfactory A
possible salary of 1000 or 1200
was mentioned and the engagement
of sonic young physician who could
continue his own practice was sug
gested
Tho board desired time to consid
er the matter however and further
discussion was ended by tho sug
gestion that It be taken up at next
weeks meeting
NOTICE
To Examiner Creditors
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of Utah
within and for Weber county
in the matter of the assignment of
B R Bowman and Paul M Lee co
partners under the firm name of tho
Ogden Morning Examiner
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
The undersigned hereby gives no
tice of Its appointment as assignee of
tho estate of B K Bowman and Paul
M Lee Insolvent debtors doing busl
ncps under tho name and style of
Ogden Morning Examiner at Og
den Weber county Utah to tho cred
itors of and all persons having claims
against said assignors to exhibit the
same with UIQ necessary vouchers In
the manner and within the period of
lime provided for by law to the un
dersigned at No 319 First National
Bank building Ogden City Utah
PINGREE NATIONAL BANK
Assignee
Willis DeVIne Attorneys for As
signee No 3014 First National Bank
building
First Publication Aug 13th 1910
Last Publication Sept 21th 1910
UNION PAGlfIG
A DVERTESOODE
The Union Pacific railroad has just I
issued a booklet of travel which Is
devoted entirely to Utah and Its na
tural attractions and giving Ogden
and Ogden Canyon the most promi
nent place in the descriptions
There are numerous half tones of
famous historic points in this slate
interesting cuts of galt Lako City
Us temple statues etc and some
beautiful pictures of Ogden canyon
and Its scenic wonders The first
portion of tho booklet says of this
city and tile canyon
Ogden
After the canyon comes Ogden
the second city of Utah the meeting
place of the Union and Southern Pa
cific and Oregon Short Line rail
roads i The city dates Its history
back to thcUjrno of the completion of
the first transcontinental railroad
and lies half on the mountain side
and half In the valley at the junction
of the Webor and Ogden rivers
Ogden Canyon
Cleaving the Wasatcb from al
most the center of the city Is Ogden
canyon through which for fifteen
miles a broad boulevard follows tho
windings of tho roaring river This
canyon Is the moat beautiful Hi Utah
At various altitudes are resorts whore
camping boating fishing and hunting
are enjoyed and where the hotels
are famed for their chicken dinners
and the cookery of trout fresh from
tile stream Automobiles go the
whole length of this boulevard and
electric cars leave the Union depot
every twenty minutes for tho canyon
II IK only a travelhour from Ogden
to Salt Lake and the pictures of rural
homelife and fertile fields along the
way are framed by tho mountains and
the sea
NOTICE
1 will not bo responsible for any
debts contracted by Mrs W A Bax
ter after August 22 1910
W A BAXTER
flTOY SMITH
GETS 13 YEARS
Toy Smith tho negro who at
tempted the murder of Arthur Mohl
man last April appeared in tho dln
irlet court yesterday afternoon to hear
the courts decision In tho matter of
punishment for his crime Tho ne
gro who Is credited with being a con
firmed hophead changed bin plea
of not guilty to guilty Judge
Howell apparently agreed on this
point and handed down a sentence ot
IS year In the state penitentiary
Vi
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jt Lawrence Gets Two Years I
j
Hnrp Lawrence who attempted the
fiurgJar > of tljo Cottage hotel last I
May wan Sentenced to two yeacs In
the penitentiary yesterday afternoon
In Judge Howells court Tho pris
oner at the lust moment changed his
plea from not guilty to guilty
HOGS AND VEAL
We arc paying for fat Logs ni tol
Iowa
Hogs from 200 Ibo and up per
100 Ibo 873
Hogs from 160 to 200 the per
100 Ibo 850
hops from 125 to 1CO Ibo per
100 lbs 775
We receive hoga dally
Anybody who prefers dressed
weight on bogs may bring them In on
Tuesdays or Fridays between 730
and 10 a in Wo will then slaughter
them whllo you wait and pay 1175
par 100 lbs dressed At either of
these das you may choose whether
you want the live weight price or
11 75 dressed
We pay for fat voala from 70 to 125
Ibs dressed weight 11 centc per Ib
and rucelvo them dally You may
bring them In either live or dresaod
Acccso to our plant Is now con
enlent since tho construction of tho
viaduct
OGDEN PACKING S PROVISION CO
DEMO NSTRATOOS
Of GOOD ROADS
During the meeting of the Good
Roads convention In this city Sep
tember 23 to 29 a practical demon
stration of good roads building will
be given for tho benefit of 4ho dele
pates attending the latter comprising
representative men of all the West
ern states with the lone exception
of California
One mile of macadamized road will
be prepared In the different stages
of completion showing how a model
road should be built and explaining
tho best accepted method in each
stage of the work Part of the mllo
road will ho simply gradorl another
portion will be graded and laid In
stone and so on In simple steps
until the finished road is shown In
a small section
Tho sample mllo will be laid ono
mile this side of Riverside mill race
and the Salt Lake and Ogden Auto
Clubs will tender tho use of their
machines for the purpose of taking
the delegates to the spot to view the
work
oA meeting of people interested in
the work of road building especially
tho members of the Automobile club
will be held at the Weber club on
Monday night for the purposC of
further discussing good roads Every
ono is invited to attend and Interest
themselves in this problem
WANT OGDfN TO
BE REPRESENTED
The following communication from
Secretary Arthur Hooker pf the Na
tional Irrigation congress at Pueblo
Colo was received at the mayors
office yesterday
Dear Sir Wo are pleased to en
close herewith copy of the official
call for the Eighteenth National Ir
rigation congress together with cer
tificates for the appointment of dele
gates to represent your people at
this meeting
On the second page of the call
you will notice that places of over
one thousand population are entitled I
to five delegates and towns of loss j
than two thousand population are en I
titled to two delegates Wo hope
that you will be fully represented
In case you do not already have I
In mind those who will be glad to
attend It Is probable that notice of I
this In your papers will bring Infor
mation as to those who will be glad
to serve as delegates j
The holding of this great meeting
is of special Interest to your state
and we hope to receive early notice
of your appointments
Respectfully signed
ARTHUR HOOKER i
Secretary National Irrigation Con
gross
The mayor will appoint a full rep
resentation of five delegates who
will leave In time to attend every ses
sion of the congress
SWAINS
Backache and Y idney
PILLS
For kidney and bladder troubles
sciata rheumatic pains neuralgia
headache nervousness sleepless
ness I that down I
dragged feeling
They act directly on the kidneys
and give almost instant relief be
cause they not only act as a tonics
but clean the kidney tissues of
impurities and expel the poison
from the system
So marvelous and universal are
the results obtained that they are
fully guaranteed Every druggist
has them in 50c and 1 boxes If
lot satisfactoryyour money back
Dont delaydont run the risk of
rights disease Get a box today
If you have constipation indi I
eslion torpid liver or any clis I
jbe of the stomach liver and I
0vels uscSwatns Cannons I
Vnte for free sample
Swain Medicine Co in
Kansas CIty Mo
GEO F CAVE OGDEN UTAH
r ADVERTISING
PEACH DAY
5i Thq programme of attractions at
thC e PdachDay festivities at BriGham
C ijj1 very Invftlng hls y > nr Sue
cia L arrangements q have been mado
for the ontertalnmopt of visitors
There will be amusements of all
JHn 1n dIng bagebnlJ a parade
dancing concerts etc
Utah peaches watermelon and
canteloupe will ho Jree and a plenti
ful supply of eachjs assured This
celebration alwayfl has made a tre
mendous hit with Ogdenltea and un
less this year proves an exception
to the rule the attendance from this
c ite will bo largo
Tho Peaoh Day celebrations at
Brlgbain have oKtamishcd themselves I
with Utahns and are looked forward
to with as much pleasure and antici
pation as evon our state and Inter
state affair
The rates offered by tho railroads
are Inviting and tho schedule Is ar
ranged so as toaccommodate almost
e vory one so that It Is expected that
a large delegation from hero will
Join tho crowd and have the time of
their llvos
Tho Oregon Short Line has Just an
nounced its schedule of train service
to and from Brlgham for tho annual
celebration of Peach Day there
There will be throe fast trains irom
Ogden ono at 830 one at 925 and
another at 10 a m and the run will
be made In fortyfive minutes The
returning trains will leave Brigham
at 3r 7 and 11 p m
TESTED AND PROVEN
There la a Heap of Solace In Being
Abc to Depend Upon a Well
Earned Reputation
For months Ogden readers have
seen tho Constant expression of praise
for Doans Kidney Pills and read
about the good work they have dono
In this locality Not another remedy
ever produced such convincing proof
of merit
H W Eldrodge 998 23rd St Ogden
Utah says For a long time I suffer
ed severely from pains In tho small of
my back and the unnatural condition
of the kidney secretions plainly Indi
cated that my kidneys were disorder
ed The troublo was worse when I
overtaxed my strength or brought too I
much strain on the muscles of my
back A short time ago I read about
Doang Kidney Pills and being favor I
ably Impressed I procured a supply
from Dadcons Pharmacy This rem
edy soon corrected the kidney diffi
culty and removed my aches and pains
Doan Kidney Pills have helped ma
s o greatly that I consider them wor
thy of recommendation
Mr Eldredgo gave the above testi
monial In July 1906 and on July 29
1909 he addod loan still recom
mend Doang Kidney Pills highly
They did me more good than any other
kidney medicine t over took
For sale by all dealers Prlco 50
cents FosterMllburn Co Buffalo
New York sole agents for the United
States
Remember the name Doans and
take no other
NO nU8PEAK E R
AT TABERNACH
The Betterment League has se
cured for next Sunday one of tho
most noted of Irish reformers to
speak at the Tabernacle Hon Mich
ael J Fanning Is on his way to
Oregon to assIst the state prohibition
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MICHAEL FANNING
committee in a ten weeks campaign
against tho saloou Those who re
cently heard A S Walking will be
glad to havo a chance to hear Mr
Fannings point Of view The service
In the Tabernacle will begin at 2 I
oclock
Will BE BURIED
iN SAMf CASKET
Following tho death of Mrs Slater
the wife of W J Slater from child
birth tho little babe Gertrude passed
away yesterday afternoon at four at
the home In Slatervillo
The mother and baby will IKS burled
In the oomo casket and the funeral
services will bo held Sunday at 1
oclock at the Slatervillc Meeting
House
Friends desiring to view the re
mains may do so on Sunday between I
the hours of 9 a m and 1230 p m
Tho bodies of the mother and child J
will be hurled in the Ogden City
cemetery
JOS SCOWCROH
IN NfW YORK
Mr and Mrs Joseph Scowcroft Jo
seph Scowcroft Jr and Miss Mao
Scowcroft who have been touring Eu
rope in an automobile arrived In New
York on the cteaiuBhlp ilaurctaula
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UNIVERSITY OF UTAH I
S j SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
The Head of the Public School System of Utah f
The School of Arts and
4
choos
vw I Sciences the State Nor
mal School or the School of Education the
State School of Mines and a School of Medi
cine are embraced by the University of Utah
33 ffDalYA artmonts Including the De
lYJ iU a partment of Law
which is part oL the School of Art and
Sciences
125 1nstretors Many them grad
a t7 R U uates of the great
est Universities of this country and Europe
1879 S InJJl I81 s Including the Summer
lulUl u of 1910 With the
children of the Training School more than
2200 young people received instruction in the
University buildings last year
86OOO rf uipmnt Embraces
n
lJ w I 30 brIck
and stone buildings 92 acres of grounds an
other University property
Address University of Utah Salt lake City Utah I
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yesterday afternoon and left Immedl
atoly for Ogden It Is expected that
the party will arrive here at noon
Monday
Mr Scowcroft and his family loft
Ogden in the early part of last March
and havo visited the principal cities
of Europe The party met sev
eral Ogden and Utah boys who are
doing missionary work there and
many pleasant hours were spent In
their company
Occasional word from the party In
tho shape of postal cards reached
this paper during the tour and all In
dicated that they wore enjoying their
trip to tho utmost
DEATHS AND
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FUNERALS
I
ELIZA STELLA HINCHCLIFF
The funeral services of tho remains
of Miss Eliza Stella Hlnchcllff will
bo held Sunday afternoon from tho
Second Ward Meeting House Bish
op Robert McQunrrlc will officiate
The remains may be viewed by friends
at the residence 548 Twentyeighth
street on Saturday evening from 6
until 8 oclock and on Sunday from 10
a m until 1pm Interment at the
Ogden City cemetery
ElGIN AUTO
ROAD RAGES
ELGIN 111 Aug 26Out of a pot
pourri of road races over the now
8 12 mile course hero today three cars I
and three drIvers emerged with dis
tinguished honors A Livingstone
pinning a mile a minute for 20335
miles annexed the major event the
Illinois trophy with a National C D
Buck who drove half of his race with
one spring suspension broken cap
tured the Kane county trophy cover
Ing 1C9IG miles In 301 IC79 Ahoarn
who drove his own entry a Benz in
tho small car contest took tho FOX
river trophy His time for the 13567
miles was 2300135
Livingston averaged GG miles an
hour Buck 05 miles and Ahoarn 54
The pilot of the National made the on
tire trip without stopping without
even hesitating In fact
Hcarno was similarly fortunate
Buck Htopped for a short time when
his spring suspension broke Ned
Crane suffered a heartbreaking ex
perIence His StavcrChlcago car had
consistently worked from fourth place
to second for which he had a lead
ocr Miller the WarrenDetroit nllot
On the Ufteenth lap with only ono
more to go the machine was disquali
fied because as Starter Wagner ex
plained Cranes mechanician had
failed to look behind to see if It ere
necessary to make way for some
driver doshlug to pass Greiner
driving a National was the man Im
mediately behind and had to swerve
violently to avoid hitting the Staver
Chicago There was but one accident
and this was not serious Alfritch
who was at the wheel of a Clno skid
ded into a ditch and wrenched his
shoulder The mechanician was also
slightly hurt
A crowd estimated at from 50000
to 70000 saw the contests rho at
tendance and the speed of the road
which surprised oven the most san
guine IK believed to assure the an
nual renewal of the races
Great Interest centered In the big
car races Livingstone started In the
lead and was never headed Ho
gained a little each lap and at tho
finish was nearly thirteen miles ahead
of the field After the race he said
that he had not pressed his machine
during the last six laps He saw that
he had tho race In hand and remained
content with avoiding any unneces
sary strain on the machine Grelnor3
car was the counterpart of Living
stones but the tormer lost a lap and
a half when lilt gasoline feed pipe
broke lIe finished fourth In
3121531 or 210710 behind tho
winner
Dawson who wrovo a Marmon and
Pearce piloting a Falcar battled for
second place during tho greater part
of the race
Peurco secured this position In the
fifth lap and held it for GO miles On
tho twelfth lap ho dropped to fourth
ploce Glenawas a Falcar driver and
Dawson passing him In the Kano
county trophy race Driver Schoeneck
wag compoll by a breakage to with
draw before half the distance had
been coored C C Honeys SLayer
Chicago Was disabled after covering
150000 Laboratory Equipment
Most of HIP apparatus machinery and tools
etc are new and of the very best
uO Uuca lona Women arc ad
inttcd to all de
partments The Doan of Women looks after
time welfare of the young women students
Strange is 81f NtD us That go some away of
to school when students como from tho East
and tho West the North and the South and the
far countries of the curth to attend the Univer
sity of Utah
P rltaulars Registration of students
ID tiUWUUI September 15th 16th
and 17th Registration fee 1000 after the
17th 1200 Kegullir work begins September
19th Inquire of local agents for railroad rates
Catalog Picture Bulletin and complete infor
mation sent free upon request
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TUNGSTENS i
Arc you trying to reduce your lighting bill Tho hours of light
S ing arc increasing and the long nights will soon be with us
Have you tried the wonderful lamp called the tungsten 1 They
reduce the amount of current 40 per cent and ycrar bills will
he in proportion Dont buy one lamp and expect to get tho
promised results put in tungstens wherever you use much
I light then you will reduce your bills
A 40 watt tungsten will give you 25 cnndlopower Our
Edison lamps use 56 watts and only give you 16 eandlopowcr
The tungsten lamp costs more but it more than makes up its
I cost in the saving of the current used Night becomes day
when tungstens are used They arc unexcelled for the home
I or the store in economy and brilliancy When tho sun goes
down turn on tho tungsten lamp his only riyal
For sale at reduced prices
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UTAH LIGHT i
< RY0 CO
ELECTRICITY AND GAS FOR EVERYTHING I
= y m y
forty miles In the small car raco
Summary
Illinois trophy National Living
stone 3210821 won Falcar
I Pearce 3310907 second Mar
mon Dawson 31203 third Kia
I selkar Endlcott Midland Ireland
i National Greiner and Lexington
Dench ran
I Kane county trophy Marmon
Buck 3044579 first Marion
Monsen 0752G5 second Mar
mon Helncgann 3192027 third
Corbln Matson Overland Schltto
Klsaelecar Schoeneck and Clno
Frltschc ran
Fox river trophy Benz Hcarne
2304035 first WarrenDetroit Mil
ler 2561152 second StavorChlca
go Monkhclmer 010557 third
StavcrChlcago Cheney Cola W
Endlcott and StavcrChlcago Crane
ranWatson had covered SO miles and
was in the fourth place when tho
frame of his car broke and ho was
compelled to leave tho track
WAlL STREET I I
GLOSfS STRONG
NEW YORK Aug 2G Higher
prices prevailed at the opening of the
stock market with Union Pacific
Reading Southern Pacific and Intor
borough Metropolitan making gains
of a point each American Smelting
Brooklyn Transit United States
Steel and Chesapeake Ohio wero
12 to 31 better Tho market waver
I
ed a bitand then went on upward
with tho buying stimulated by tho
passing of tho frost scare In the corn
belt Round amounts of United I
States Stool and some of the rail
road stocks wore bought but the gen
eral buying fell off and the list be
came dull Union Pacific Consoli
dated Gas and Chicago Great West
ern rose 12 United States Steel
1 J4 and Atchison St Paul New
York Central and International liar I
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HE WILL PULL WELL
If you feed him well Wo have the
grain to sell that will keep your stock
In good condition Let us supply your
wants
CHAS F GROUT
352 24th St
vostor 1 nock Island preferred
broke 2 38 and Pittaburg C C St
Louis 1
Tho market closed dull and atrocr
The market developed a great detl
of buoyancy and most of the grain
carriers got back to the high left
of yesterday boforo the crop saw 1
broke the market Advices from yes I
terdays closing reached 2 12 In Red
Ing and Consolidated Gas 2 11 b
Union and Southern Pacific and 2 la
United States Steel and JnterbonxU
Metropolitan preferred
Slightly Confused
Human Life
All of us become confused and all
of us mix our language Hometlmw
but the preparation of an old negro
preachers sermon was the greatest
confusion of metaphors I have ever
heard says a traveler When tile
lengthy discourse was nowhig Itt
close and he had reached his Twen
tythlrd and lastly brethren be
wound up by the following elaborate
figure S
Everywha bredern we seo de Al
mighty all down dc untrodden
paths of time wo see do footprint
of de Almighty hand
Uncolored
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