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2 j THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1910 0 i I I
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I While Council Allows the Claim They Are Unanimous in Showing
ThVir Disapproval of Auditor Selecting George Hanson as
I Assistant Extraordinary Committee Will Investi
I gate Dispensing With the Government
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Employe Immediately
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I Notwithstanding the Mayors veto
of the uctlon of the council in nil ow
Ing George Hanson private secretary
to Senator George Sutherland 5 n
day for services alleged to have been
rendered the city in aiding the city
auditor in the handling of tho ac
counts the council last night allowed
tho claim all the ctfuncllmcn voting
against the Mayor except Councilman
Flygaro who voted a pronounced ap
proval of the action of the chief ex
ccuilvo
The thought of tho council was
unanimous however that an Investi
gation should he made regarding the
affair and there wore none who took
very kindly to the appointment made
by the city auditor in the selection
of an assfsianl extraordinary
Councilman Flygare after the May
1 ors veto had been turned down made
r a motion that the auditor be instruct
i 4 ed to dispense with the services of
the government employe but Council
man Peery thought the matter should
bo referred to the engrossing com
mitteo for Investigation and that the I
committee be Instructed to make an I
Immediate report of their findings to j
the council and he made a notion to i
that effect j
Mr Flygare finally withdrew his
motion and the Pecry motion was j
carried unanimously President II
Drowning and Councilman Barker ex I
plalned their vote against the Mayors i
veto by elating that Inasmuch as tho I
council had authorized the auditor to j
employ help in the oiflco not know I
Ing who she would employ it was I
nothing more than right that the sal
ary should bo paid for services al
loudy rendered And as a matter of
Ir GREAS SAlARY
OF PROLMA
At the meeting of tho city council
lust night the report of the law com
Lllttee and the city attorney recom
mending that tho city sealer of
vclghU and measures W L Russell
be allowed a salary of 25 a month
rather than 20 per cent of the collec
tions of his office was adopted and
It was so ordered
Claims recommended paid In tho
waterworks department In the sum
07188 were allowed and the au
ditor was instructed to draw war
rants for the same
The committee on taxes and tho
city attorney recommended that the
claims j > f Alice Moody Nora Hughes
and Carl Rasmussen for a remittance
of taxes for sewer and sidewalks he
not allowed and that the petitions
bo filed The committee stated that
under tho law the remittances could
not be made
Upon the recommendation of the
committee ion streets the city engi
reor was authorized to advertise for
blda for the grading of Orchard ave
nue at the intersections on Twenty
filth and Twentysixth streets
The fire committee recommended
that the bids of H B Stallings for
hay and straw for the department
and that of Blackman Griffin for
grain be accepted The recommen
dations were accepted and the com
mittee was authorized to draw con
i tracts with the parties for the same
i In the matter of
I awarding a con
tract to tho J P ONeill company for
the laying of drainage pipe in the
i Ogden City cemetery the committee
on sewers recommended iliac all bids
o be rejected and that Instead of lay
Ing the pipes as contemplated the
city place tenInch tile drain on Ad
ams avenue
o The waterworks pay roll amount
I Ing to 19270 was allowed and the
auditor was Instructed to draw war
lants for the amount
Upon the recommendation of the
engineer of the city it was ordered
that the survey for the new conduit
A RASH BECOMES
MASS OF HUMOR
I On Babys Face Head and Shoul
ders Parents Decided He Could
V i Not be CuredCuticura Made
His Skin Perfectly Clear
Our boy wai born In Toronto on Oct
13 1008 andvhen three month old
a slight
Taah appeared on hli check What np > carxl
to bo a water bitter would form When It
broke mattrr would run
out fclartinj new blisters
until his entire face head
mid shoulders vcro a mass
I oJ scab and you could not
I tJ te a particle of clear sMn
I Otlnr parts of hla body wcro
I iJ p affected but not to such an
I i t orient We did not know
what to do for him and
I trld about every adver
I 1 I JIVI riniMly without avail
1imdti M > mo of them only
addtd to liU Bnflerjns and
one In particular tho
llmed almost put the
Infant Into conul lons
Thc family doctor pre
Ecrlbed for him and lold
I u to bathe Iho baby In
buttermilk Thlj did not do any Rood fI
ve took him to a hospital HI was treated
as on outpatient twice a Tnk and hu got
wore If anything We then called In an
other doctor and instdf of 1 work thelior was
to all anpearancis cur d and he doctor nUil
his voiK WM done nut tho very nest day
It broke out as bad as CYer
We decided that It could not bo cured
and must run It courwj and so WI Just ktpt
his arms bindaKcd tp hIs side to prevent lit
tearing his Hetli We left Toronto and
nhortly after our arrival In Duluth tho Cull
cura TlcmeillM were recommended We
ftarlrd tulnir them lii May ItOO and toon
the euro was complete Von would not
think be rn th wtrtif child for Cutlnira made
his ekln perVeil clear and he Is entirely free
from the akin dbe There has hen no
return thU time We ulll UK only Cutlcura c
Boip for babrs bath Robert Mann Proctor
Mlnti May 3 1010
Cuttcun Ttm dlc3 roM Ibroucbout the world
1olfr Drug A CUera Corp Solo Props Boston
camaud lre kn 000 k ouTnutmcolol the Skin
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fact the entire council rather apolo 0
getically voted to pay the salary
Mayor Glasmanns communication
regarding the matter was as follows
September 2 1910
To tho Honorable President and
Members of tho City Council Og
den Utah
GentlemenI return herewith the
bill of George M Hanson for serv
ices In the Auditors Office at the
rate of 500 per day without my
I approval for the reason that I con
I sider the charge excessive Tho work
j he Is performing is Iho simple check
i Ing lip of the accounts which can be
j dene by any ordinary cleric at 200
1 or 250 per Jay There are many
I uorthy persons In the city who can
I and would gladly do the wont at tha
i price I am opposed to giving 500
I per day to George M Hanson or any
other person who Is now drawing a
large salary from tho United States
government
If the council will make an inves
tigation It will discover that the pies
cot city employes do not need Mr
Hansons services This matter appear
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pears to 7no as a graft granted to a
man during his vacation each day of
which he receives pay from the Unit
ed States government The city will
never be able to hay its honest debts
eo long as the officials of tho city per
mit such loose methods in dlsslpal
InS the money of the taxpayers
I ask that the City Auditor and
her deputy be required to do the work
of the Auditors Office without other
assistance
fOr personally know that two com
petent persons can do tho work with
cut being overworked
Respectfully submitted
Signed WM GLASMANN
Mayor
from Cold water canyon to the city
reservoir be Jmndo Immediately Tho
engineer was ordered to proceed Im
mediately
City Engineer William Boataph was
granted Icavo of absence to attend
the G A R national encampment I
Tho attention of the council being
called to the fact that contracts for
winter coal should bo made at this
time it was ordered that the com
mittee on buildings and public grounds
immediately advertise for bids
A balance of 12102 claimed to bo
due the W J Moran Construction
cumpany for paving on Canal alloy
was allowed paid and the auditor
was authorized to Issue a warrant
for that amount
Clerk Fulton of tho municipal court
reported that he hall collected during
the month of August lS592o Tho
report was ordered filed
The petition of JE Bowers and
others asking the council to amend
the city ordinances In such way as
to make the license for running a
skating rink 50 a quarteryear rath
er than 5 a day was referred to the
license committee and tho city at
torney
C D Brown reported that tho dow
or in Moffltts lane Is too high to lie
of any valuo to him and he asked for
relief In the matter Tho I question
was turned over to the city engineer
for adjustment
Tho proposition of the city board
of education that the council accept
their check for 500 as payment In
full for water rentals up to and In
cluding July 1 was referred to the
waterworks committee Tho coun
cil were inclined to think the matter
would bear investigation
The policemens salary ordinance
came up for Its third and final read
ing and it was passed as originally
drawn It raises the salaries of all
the patrolmen from 80 to 90 per
month
An effort was made to havo the
salary of the day desk sergeant rais
I ed from 75 to 90 per month but
the council could not see it that way
Councilman Wllcon look a decided
II stand against the increase of salary
for the day desk sergeant and Brown
ing Austin Barker and Flygare back
ed him up In the contention
The canvass of the returns of the
bond election held Tuesday was made
and the ofllclal
vote announced us
follows
Ward For Against Majority
Fir < 5t CO 52 lj
Second 75 20 55
third 58 IS 10
Fourth 134 50 SI
Fifth 90 37 5U
Totals 129 207 222
GYGLONt THOMPSON
GOING AUSTRAliA
Cyclone Johnny Thompson tbo
light weight pugilist who has estab
lished himself In the graces of the
ISM fans of Utah by his clever and
clean performances here is on his
way to Vanocouver where he will em
bark for Australia to fill the program
of four fights arranged by Promoter
Hugh Mclntosh for Packey McFar
land and four men as yet unnamed
McFarland refused to hold up his
cud of tho agreement at the last mo
ment claiming that his mother would
not consent to his making the trip
and Thompson was signed as a desir
able substitute by the Australian light
manager
Thompson will meet Mcintosh with
Billy Papko and Jimmy Clabby whq
aro also on tho Australian card on
Sept 29 and will sail Immediately
Unholz and Johnny Summers are
mentioned as being two of tho Cy
clones opponents in the antipodes
with a possibility of an engagement
In London on tho return trip with
Freddie Welsh tho popular little
British scrapper
Johnn Ims the best wishes of tho
followers of the pugilistic game In Og
den and UIah11Iu efforts Inthl8
state md In the Intcrmountaln coun
try have won him tho respect and
good will of ovory man that knows
his work This roundtheworld fight
Ing trip Is hie opportunity and a
string of wins would place him in an
enviable position on tho ladder of
sifcccas
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1 I F 0 People
i Wo aro fortunate Indeed to bo ablo
to profit by thq experience of our
nofghhos Th6 public utterances of
Ogden frosldcntf on the fpllowlnc
BubjecrAvIll Intercut mill benolll lion
amidof our readers Kcad this stale
meufc No hotter proof can lie lidd
R IITullyu9 21st street Ogdon
Utah says The strain on my back
while working In the Union Pacific
Car Shops brought on kidney troublo
In my case My back became lame
and painful and there wero other dis
tressing annoyances that plainly prov
ed my lcldnoys to be disordered
Doan Kidney Pills had boon used In
I my family In England and deciding
to try them I procured a box from
BADCONS PHARMACY Tile contents
removed my trouble I highly recom
mend Deans Kidney P Ils to all suf
ferers of Uldnoy complaint The pub
lic statement my wife gave in my be
half in 1906 telling of my experience
with Doans Kidney Pills still holds
good as my euro has been perman
ent
For solo by all dealers Price CO
cents FostorMllburn Co Buffalo
New York sole agents for the United
States 0
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Remember tho name Doans and
lake no other
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GOVfRNMT MEN
WIll MEH HERE
To reach un understanding regarU
ing tho Inspection of mining and
homestead claims in national forests
si meeting of about 100 representa
tives of the department of tho Interior
and the department of agriculture has
been called for Saturday at Ogden
The meeting will attract land office
and forest service officials from most
ot the departments west of the Mis
souri river and the outcome of the
meeting will bo of great importance
The meeting has been called at the
request of James Vlldon secretary of
agriculture and R A Balllngcr sec
retary of tho Interior after an Inves
tigation of the conditions as thoy ex
ist
istAt
At present when a mining or a
homestead claim comes up for pat
ent on a national forest it Is tho duty
of both the forestry officials and tho
land office ofllclala to make an inspec
tion In some cases the land ofllce
turns down the claim for patent
while the forest servlco oQIclals ac
cept tho claim
The rclulremeuts of the one de
partment for a patent are different
from those of tho othor department
It is to establish a uniform system
of Inspecting the claims and prob
ably to leave the Inspection to ono
department that the meeting IB being
held
NOTICE
The Elite Cafo Is reopened for bus
iness under tho new management of
Blosser Foley
DEATHS AND
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FUNERALS
ALFRED D YOUNG
Tho funeral services over the ro
mains of Alfred Douglass Young wore
held yesterday at 11 a m In tho
Kanesville meeting hou e Bishop
George Green presided The speak
ers were Bishop Edward BIngham G
J Nyvalt C J A Llndqulst and Bish
op Green Tho music was furnished
by the ward choir William Pickett
lIng solos entitled Not Half Has
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Ever Been Told and Shall We Meet
Beyond the River There Wad a
largo attendance and many beautiful
floral designs The speakers spoke 0
well of the deceased as being an
honest and industrious man and as
0
one who was always willing to help
others Tho interment wad in Ogden
City cemetery
Happy Happy
Use Till
A Marvel For Sore Feet
Acts Right Off
Sore Feet 1 Never After Using TIZ
Goodbye sore feet aching feet
swollen feet sweaty feet srnelllns
feet tired feet
Goodbye corns callouses and bun
ions and raw spots
Youve never tried anything like
TIZ before for your foot It Is dif
ferent from anything over before sold
It acts at once and makes tho feet
feel remarkably fresh and sore
pi oof
TIZ is not a powder Powders and
other foot remedies clogup tho pores
TIZ draws out 31l poisonous exuda
tions whlch bring rpii sorcnesq of tho
fact rind IS the dhfy remedy that docs
TIZ cleans out ovqry pore and glori
fies the feot your foot
Youll never limp again or draw up
your face In pain and youll forgot
about your corns bunions and callous
es Youll feel like a now person
If you dont find all this true after
trying a box of TIZ you can get your
mouoy right back
TIZ Is for salo at all druggists at
25 cents per box or It will bo sent
you direct If you wish from Walter
Luther Dodge Co Chicago Ill
WilSONHE lOSES
HIS POCKETBOOK
Violin I JJO CawicyofvWIlson who
wllfr hlq family BiienLycsterdny at
Bi Igluim i City to witness tho celebru
jtlonof each Dhis Bemoaning the
jloSsor mfrsq containing about 17 In
money1
mpnMr
Mr Caw ley says that ho had the
purso with him when he bortrded tho
train on the homeward trip but that
he missed It whllo he was on the
train well on his way home
The puree a now black one was In
his back trouser pockoU he asserts
and it would be almost impossible for
It to have dropped out He says ho
has a suspicion that he was relieved
of tho money by some light fingered
person nnd that he suspected a young
woman who sat near him In tho car
but adds that his suspicion was not
well enough founded to warrant him
charging her with theft
The money was In three 5 gold
pieces and somo silver Mr Cawicy
would appreclato Its roturn
cT9s DISEASE
Let there be no evasion we mean
chronic nnd supposed Incurable cases
Involving dropsy albumen and casts
They aro curablo In a frcat majority
of all cases
Lot us cite a typical case that ot
Mr R F Nltflckko of 1246 Spalght
Street Madison WIs There had been
eight physicians on this case and It I
got so extreme that Lc finally had ono I
of the Inst symptoms namely falling I
eyasIghL In January 1907 the doc
tors admitted that nothing further
could bo done and they sent him to
Eureka Springs Arkansas Ho contin
ued to get worse the dropsy finally
reaching tho stomach heart and
lungs At one time tests showed albu
men ag high as 75 per cent
lie learned of Fultons Renal Com
pound and began to take it July 3rd
Dropsy began slowly to decline and
the albumen dropped to forty then to
twenty then to ten nnd finally to two
per cent in May 1908
The patient Is now back to his em I
ployment and Is devoting full limo to
his business
Patients desiring to know more of
this treatment can get full literature
by writing to the John J Fulton Com
pany G45 Battery St San Francisco
Fultons Renal Compound can be
had In your city at Wm Driver Son
Drug Co
Ve desire every patient to write us
who Is not noting tho usual improve
ment by the third week
NOTICE
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To Examiner Creditors
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In tho District Court ot tho Second
Judicial District ofthc State of Utah
within and for Wcbcr county
In tho matter of tho assignment of
BIL Bowman null Paul JI Lee co
partners under thi firm name of tho
Ogden Morning Examiner
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
The undersigned hereby gives no
tice of its appointment as assignee of
the estate of B K Bowman and Paul
M Lee Insolvent debtors doing busi
ness under the name and stylo of
Ogden Morning Examiner at Og
den Weber county Utah to tho cred
itors of and all persons having claims 0
against said assignors to exhibit tho i
same with tho necessary vouchers In
the manner and within tho period of
time provided foj by law to the un
dersigned at No 319 First National
Bank building Ogden City Utah
PINGREE NATIONAL BANK
Assignee
Willis DoVIno Attorneys for As
signee No 3014 First National Bank
building
First Publication Aug 13th 1910
Last Publication Soot 2Uh 1910
LOCAL CHANGE I
AT A STANDSTIll
1 SALT LAKE Sept Transactions
were very limited this morning on
the local stock exchange and the out
look Is doubtless the least encourag
ing It has been for several months
There seem to bo very few orders to
purchase stocks and those who are
holding shares do not feel disposed
to accept prevailing prices for their
holdings Until this period of un
I rest in the political situation which
has had a material effect on the east
ern markets has passed there Is prac
tically no Inducement for investments
Those who have most of their Inter
ests in cash arc advised to await a
more favorable time for Investment
Tho banks are not making loans on
stocks as security and In tho ab
sence of any cnancc for speculation
the markets are allowed to sag
There is however very little change
in prices during this quiet time Some
of the smaller priced stocks like May
Day have held their own wonderfully
well Even Columbus Consolidated
and Iron Blossom which have been
the leaders In the big list maintained
their price In sonic instances the
shares are closely held and even the
professional traders who would bo In
clined to take a shy at the short sldo
of the market are fearful less they
should be caught With no Induce
men l either to buy or to sell the local
market Is practically at a standstill
None of tho large brokerage houses
arc Inclined to believe that there will
bo any permanent Improvement In
the markets throughout the country
until the elections have been held
and the political aspect Is settled
Capitalists are not disposed to doI
auy business until the matters of leg I
islation are settled which will be
largely determined by thd character
of men who are chosen to cntct the
next national congress
LAFOILEYIELtD
BY 50000 VOTES
MILWAUKEE Win Sept 7 Re
turns from Tuesdays primaries are
coming lu so slowly from tho remote
7 districts that it now appears It vylll
I be nearly the end of tho week be
fore It will be possible to determine
tho extent of tho progressive Repub
lican victory
Retunis from 10 j outJd l 71 dp il tics
gave United States Senator La Fol
letle an approximate majority bfGOV
000 votes McGovern anticounty op
tion and La Follctte candidate for
governor loads Fairchild regular Re
publican by 2000 with Lewis the
county option candidate running a
poor third
That United States Senator La Fol
Icttc will have twothlrdn of tho Re
publican votes from tho convention iL
Madison Sept 26 or enough to com
pletely control tho Republican state
organization was the statement of
John C KlezBca his campaign man
ager for Milwaukee county
HOGS AND VEAL
Wo are paying for fat logs ao fol
lows
Hogo from 200 lbs and up per
100 lbs 875
Hogo from 160 to 200 Ibo per
100 Ibo 850
Hops from 125 to 160 Ibs per
100 lbs 775
Wo receive hogs dally
Anybody who prefers dressed
weight on hogs may bring them In on
Tuesdays or Fridays between 730
nnd 10 a m We will then slaughter
them while you wait and pay 1175
per 100 Ibo dressed At either of
these days you may choose whether
you want tho llvo weight prlco or
1175 dressed
We pay for fat veals from 70 to 125
lb = drecsed wolght 11 cento por Ib
and receive thorn dally Von may
bring them In either live or dressed
Access to our plant Is now con
venient since the construction of tho
viaduct
OGDEN PACKING PROVISION CO
mA ONO THlfVES
Bflim TRACED
SALT LAKE Sept 7It is only a
matter of hours the police say when
Gladys Whitney alias Stewart the
girl who is supposed to have relieved
I
J B Diehl of over 10000 worth of
diamonds In a room at the Mctropole
hotel last week will be under arrest
When this occurs the departments
says the mystery as to the where
abouts of Walter Perry will be sojv
ed
It is now known that Clara Whit
ney tho suspected girls sister and
Virginia Wallace who were released
after tho affair was pulled off left
on a train Sunday night with tickets
for Pocatollo When they arrived
there they were met by a third wo
man who answers the description of
Gladys and the trio proceeded on
their Journey north All the time
and in face from the moment until
they loft the city Jail they were shad
owed by a force of Plnkertons Those
men are on tho trail of the girls now
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The reason an arrest has not been
made sooner Is because the detectives
want to capture the entire gang at
one time and thus minimize time
chances of losing the slones
Coached by Perry
It Is now known that the affair was
all framed up Walter Porry the
police maintain know that Dlohl had
the diamonds before the Whitney girl
did He had been coaching her in
other acts of a criminal nature and
had been successful In helping her
I pull off several touches around the
allnight resorts that never camo to
JIght In all cases traveling men were
the victims Perry has a pcnlfentSa
ry record and had only a short time
since been released from tho peniten
tiary at Canyon City Colorado
Perry Got Scared
That the thought of a touch of
10000 was even for him something
extraordinary Is shown by the fact
that tho police know that when tho
Wrltney girl first handed him tho
diamonds at the Metropolo and he
left he later returned and told her to
put them back In Dlehls clothes A
friend whom ho met on the corner
near at tho Ume sats that he said
Id like to make the haul but Im
afraid of tho Kid meaning Gladys
Whitney arid 1 think Ill have to
take them back
This same man Is authority for the
fltatoment that Perry did KO back to I
the room and tell the Whitney girl
ho had cold feet and there Is prob
ability that she chided him for want
of nerve for ho shortly after secured
the automobile that bore them away
and the girl made her daring escape
down the fire escape
PROGRESSiVES
AT A BMmUH
ST PAUL Sept 7A progressive
dinner given by the SU Paul Roose
velt club tonight was attended by
about 300 enthusiastic Republicans
Among tho speakers wcro Senator
Beveridge Gifford Pmchot Congress
man Madison of Kansas exGovernor
Pardeo of California Francis J He
uoy former Governor Blanchard of
Louisiana and John Barrett of Wash
ington D C
President H T Halhort of the club
In Introducing Senator Clapp of Min
nesota as toastmaster referred to a
banquet given by the club last June
whore prediction was made of the
formation of a now party within tho
lines of tho old political parties This
prediction he said had been realized
with the advent of the great progres
sive movement with Colouol Roosevelt
as its leader
TORTURES OF PILES
It Is Unnecessary Suffer This
Terrible Trouble
Keen torturo Is tho everyday lot Of
tho sufferer from piles
And yet that suffering Is eoihitiss
Badcons Pharmacy Ogden Utah will
sell HemRold and later return
your money If It falls
We hmo sold HomRold that way
for two or three years and refunds
asked have boon less than 3 per cent
Wo therefore recommend It with con
fidence
HomRold Is an internal remedy
the prescription of Dr J S Leon
hardt 1 for large bottle Dr Leon
hank Co Station B Buffalo N Y r
Write for booklet J 0 I
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N Tho highest typo of happlnoza r i
I reached by having children in th0
H I U REN hornet but the coming of the lftt0
ones Is often attended with appro
< hcHEton and1 droaxl Mothern rrlcnd
IN THE H Ol Ifused by tho expectant mother In
0 preparation of tho ordoal
1 VJ carries
hor through tho crisis with safety 0
Thin groat remedy assists nature In all necessary physical changes of tho By
tern affords bodily comfort during tho period of malting and preserves tho
symmetry of form after baby comes Tho PcctraW and soothing clunlltlcs of
tho brcoab and in
Mothers Friend allays nausea provonto caking of every 11
way contributes to strong healthy
motherhood Mothers Friend is r
sold at drug ntoros Writo for our 11OIIITI1EIPS J
froo book containing valuable infor 11
mation for expectant mothers
BBADFIELD BECJULATOR 00 F1rIEKTD
Atlanta da l
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1GLovFiTINo1
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Firstclass tickets on sale
I September 14th and 23rd
limited to October 31st 1910
Low fares to ninny other eastern points i
via tho Union Pacific and
Chiieao9 I
i Milwaofe Sf P llilR
Msatlwav
Overland Limited Highest Class Train of the West
I Leaves Ogden 230 p m Arrives Chicago 100 p m second day
Connects with IShour trains and nonexcess faro trains for New
York and other Atlantic Coast cities
Another fast train providing both standard and tourist sleeping
car accommodations
Leaves Ogden 835 a m Arrives Chicago 800 a m second day
To Union Station Chicago Is only one of the many advantages
of the through train service of the Union PacificChicago Milwaukee
St Paul line
For further information address I
J H H HUNKINS Traveling Passenger Agent
lOG West Second South St Salt Lake City Rah t
JairIu r t irH I < t lYc <
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C u j olL lt o > < JI I 5
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MISS EVA FARR
will give four domestic science lectures and demonstrations
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tho New High School Building at 3 oclock on the 14th
21st and 2Sth day of September beginning on the 7th These
lectures and cooking demonstrations arc freeyou should at
tend them all
No matter if you arc a nice artistic cook you may see
something that will appeal to you and will pay you for your
attendance
Painting and music have their charms but good cooking
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is certainly the way to all mens hearts Remember the four
Wednesdays of September at 330 in the basement of the
New Public High School We extend to the ladies of Ogden
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