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i I A THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1910 r J I a
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e The Goshen Cutlery Companys Pacific Coast Sales 0
1 0I man stopped off here enroute East We were fortu E
I nate enough to secure his entire line of Samples Q
0 of Razors Strops Hones and other shavers articles Cl I
I o at less than the actual cost to manufacture El
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i ii ples every razor must go Get in the game early d
and select a good one ill
00 The Razors arc of the famous English and German ifI
EI brands which are always sold at 250 to 400 Dur I
I I 00 ing the sale we offer your choice of the 6
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1 REMEMBER Our personal guarantee is back I
of every sale Your money back or goods exchang E
I e I ed in case of dissatisfaction o
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Goshen Strops famous for their honing qualities 13
I positively hones and puts that smooth keen edge on J
I EI your razor They arc advertised ° in the national J
ha i magazines at 250 During this sale
I 00 we will sell them eJ J a
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1 00 JOO Austrian HonesThe sale price will 9 a
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00 These goods arc now on display In our VindowThc selling 0
I this at 9 oclock and continues while
0e begins morning they last
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John Kolctis tho Greek leper whr I
hroko quarantine In Salt Lake CHj
Wednesday and started for his hoint
In Greece left it was learned yes
K torday In a Pullman car on the Un
I Ion Pacific railroad via Ogden He
should by at Omaha by this time The
local authorities have made no effort
G to havo him detained as his flight re
lieves thorn of a difficult problem
SIXTH WARDS
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That tho attendance at tho SLxth
ward Sunday school tomorrow morn
ing will bo larger than usual Is as
sured by the excellent program which
Is prepared for this occasion
Last Sunday morning the parents
department attendance was Increased
to almost doublo tho attraction be
ing a lecture by City Physician Dr
Anna RIos
Tho special speaker for tomorrows
session will be M Alva Scovllle
ho Is actively engaged In parents
cpartmont work of the Weber stake
r Scoville will speak on subjects
hich are In the course of study that
his department Is pursuing Part of I
he time will be devoted to open
Iscuoslon of the topics treated I
Special music Is being arranged
ind the present Indications arc that
in excellent male quartette will bo
n attendance
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
he public generally and members of
he Sixth ward particularly are urged
to be present
BIG TROUT fRY fOR
BOX ElDER CRfEfS
State District Game Warden Moyes
was In Brigham last week with a big
consignment of trout fry which ho
planted In the canyon stream here
Box Elder Creek got 136000 and Will
nrd Creek got 15000 Mr Moycs stat
ed that more fry would be planted
later and State Garno Commissioner
Chambers was determined to keep
the state creeks alive with tho speck
led beauties that are bred and hatch
ed at the State Hatchery at Murray
Guest of Relatives Miss Emily
Tuttle of Bountiful is the guest of
relatives In Ogden
Freo to You and Evory SIster Suf
TO YOUMY SISTER
FREE ifl 11 orlng from Womnns Ailments
lam a woman
y I know womans ooffcrlnga
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h neel with full inatructlouBtoany sorforor t rom
4 womans allinenU 1 wont to tell otJ omen nbont
M this euro Tts niy ixadcr tor yoursolr your
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tll you how to euro yonrsclvts at homo with
out the help of doctor Men cues 1 understand
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t ipritaci vo know bottur Hum nay doctor 1
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give tho treatment a coniplcto trial and U yon
wish to continue It Trill cost you only about 12 centsn wtMk or kes than two cents u day It
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Buffer If yon wish and twill send yon tho treatment for your cm entirely rwln plain wrap
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I nutritious propertic stimulate every organ ol the body
and renewed vigor and onergy result almost instantly
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pure Its proper mo Is therefore absolutely wife and free from
1 harmful effects It lit dUtlllcd as cd and bottled under tho direct tu 61
pcnrulon of USGorcmracnt Itupeclora and each bottle bora Uio
Grcon Government Stamp which shown the exact age
i SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO Flllh DI trlct of KENTUCKY
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AUTOISTS NURKING fOR
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Enthusiastic Meeting Heldat thc Web r Club by Automobile Owners
ff CityUrge City and County toGet the Roads in Good Shape
Two Big Auto Parades Committees in Need of Rooms for
Visitors to Good Roads Convention Sheep Show and the Four
State Fair
The pronounced expression among
the automobile owners of the city at
ho Weber club last evening was that
ibo county commissioners should
make a special effort to have the
roada between North Ogdon and I
Pleasant Flew and the boulevard I
through Ogden canyon In tiptop con
dition when tho delegates to the In
termountain Good Roads convention
visits the city Sept 22 to 29 Inclu
sive
II was stated at the meeting thnt
the canyon road is covered In places
with shale and that If It Is not rolled
end hardened the road during the con
vention will be practically Impass
able and It wad also said that the
county road north of tho city Is In
bad shape and should bo repalroJ
for the benefit of the good roads ad
vocates that are to visit this suction
within the next throe weeks
Tho Idea was expressed that Road
Commissioner Childd should get bus I
on tho road botwoon Five Points and I
Pleasant View fill up the nits and
make tho road as smooth as possi I
ble
Want City Roads In Shape
The city council particularly the I
chairman of tho streets committee
came In for a llttlo criticism it be I
ing oald that there is not a single
street of tho city loading to tho bou
levard of the canyon that la fit to
travel with delegates to a good roads
convention and that It will bo a burn
ing shame If some one street Is not
placed In a respectable condition It
was suggested that a communication
bo sent to the city council urging
that Twentythird or Twentyfourth
street bo placed In prime condition
before the mooting of the good roadd
people of the intermountain region
assemble In tho city
The delegates will havo to be tak
en to tho canyon and necessarily
thero must be a good highway lead
Ing to the canyon houlovard If Og
den cares to maintain Its reputation I
Tor good roads
Judge Ilowcll chairman of the com
mittee having In hand arrangements
for the good roads convention stat
ed that ho would put a flea In the ear
of Mr Barker chairman of the slreots
committee of the city council and
urge him to see to it that some
street leading lo the entrance to the
canyon bo placed In good shape It
vas also suggested that a fence on
the river side of the dugway at tho
entrance to the canyon this side of
the Sanitarium be built so as to avoid
accidents
Madson Says Roads Will Be 0 K
While the autoruobUIats were In
siEsion County Commissioner Mali
son telephoned that the canyon road I
would be placo In proper condition
for tho reception of the delegates to I
the good roads convention that the
shale now being placed on the boule
vard would be properly crushed and
rolled and sprinkled and that ho
thought there would ho no question
but what Road Commissioner Chllds I
would seo to it that the roadway to
UK Utah Hot Springs would bo placI
CONSm I PlAfS I
fOR rJEW SCHOOl
Tlre board 01 education met last
evening for a shore session conald
clod a few matters ol dmail Import j
and adjourueu at V oclock to Inspect
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the offered plans for the new school
house tp be eiuctea at Ldisoii avenue
ana Twentythlid street
There was no sanitary report tho
health conditions being the same as
last week
The board allowed the sum of 105
for the purchase of material to be
used In the sewing department ot the
schools and authorized its purchase
Contractor uiuneyor was allowed
1000 In payment for the work done
li erecting the addition to the Wash
iugton fachool
The scholarships to tho University
of Utah wero announced and given
td the following students
Nettle Stevens Howard Cook Mil
dred Cortez Howard Barker Henry
Myer Norma Sears Elwood String
ham normal and LI W Neldon
fourth year arts
The board then adjourned to look
over the architects plansfor Uio new
school house v
The plans wore offered In tile com
petition by two firms both of Ogden
each of whom submitted two sots of
Id ins
The discussion centered about the
Ideation of the lavatories In the build
ings and the expense attached to
each plan One plan placed these
rooms within the main bhildiug but
separated by a fresh air robm while
the other plan showed an adujllon at
the rear of the main buildIng I1tbo
ground floor to be used for this pur
pose
The boiler room in this sot of spec
ifications wa3 In the halfbaspmeut
and the estimated cost of the build
Ing 28000 whereas the first plan
could be carried out for approximate
ly 25000
Tho board was not prepared to de
cide on any of the four plans and
postponed decision until the next reg
ular meeting
STATEmUORS
PLANA JUNKET
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Tuesday next SepL 13 Is the date
and Tremonton is the place where tho
Utah Press quarterly meeting will be
held A splendid program has beou
arranged which Includes speeches by
Pros WIdtsoo of the Agricultural col
lege Pres J T KIngsbiiry of the U
of U and Mr Bradley Norton The
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ed In condition to suit the queens
taste for automobile driving
Auto Trips for me i ojates
It was stated by the cnalrman
Judge Howell that It Is expected that
there will be from 300 to 100 dole
gated to tho good roads convention
and that it had been arranged that
there shall be an automobile parade
on Friday Sept 23 In which nil the
delegates to the convention will par
ticipate The machines to carry the
delegates must be provided for by
the automobile owners of Ogden and
hj wondered how It could be accom
plished He staled further that there
ate 157 machIned In tho city and that
very likely there would be available
for the occasion about 100 the ques
tion being however Just how to get
them together at a stipulated time on
that Friday and at a particular place
Archie Digclow suggested that It
would likely be a good plan to ap
point a committee to look after this
particular thing and tho Judge stat
ed that If there was no objection
hu would appoint Harold Peery J N
Spargo and P A Kohn to assume
this responsibility The gentlemen
wero at tho meeting and they stated
that they would undertake to han
dle tho matter
Demonstration of Good Rondo
Judge Howell further staled that
on Monday Sept 26 there shall be
an automobile demonstration of good
roads In Weber county and that it
would require the same outfit of au
tomobiles on that day as on the pre
ceding Friday Ho ruled that this
same committee see to It that there
be ample autos on hand for the oc
casion On thld day the good roads
people will be driven over the coun
ty road north of the city and up tho
Ogden canyon as far as the Hermit
age The committee said that they
would also do this
Need More Accommodations
Some of the committee having to
dv with furnishing sleeping and eat
liS accommodations for the delegates
to tho good roads convention to the
big sheep show and the Four State
fair wero present and they stated
that they had a few troubles of their
own Their greatest desire was how
ever that the Standard announce that
all the people of Ogden who have
spare rooms report the same to
Dan Ensign of tho Arlington hotel
It Is requested that thu parties give
their names addressed the accom
modations that can be furnished and I
tin prices they will charge A rec
ord will be made ot the reports thus
handed In and the hotol people of
the city will have the record on hand
which will enable them to provide ac
commodations tor every person who
enters the gullet the city during
the Fair weel J I lie reports should
be Vent to Mr nslgii at the earliest
possible moment
All these things were ordered and
after Denny Smith had told a story or
two of how the epcedomlor of tho
city administration had been after
him and Judge Howell stated he was
gnd they wore after Denny rather
than himself the meeting adjourn
ed sine die
musical features will bo looked aftor
by Prof CharlesKent of Salt Lake
A special train will leave Salt Lake
City at 815 a in and arrive at Tre
monlon at 1015 All editors their
wives and sweethearts are special in
vited guests and will recelVo free
transportation
The trains will return at 345 and
between 5 and 7 oclock p in
A big time is assured and tho good
people of Trcmont6n are making prep
arations to give the visitors the great
est outing of their lives
HEAVY INCREASE IN
PRICE OF LINSEED
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Chicago Sept Raw linseed all I
which comprises about twothirds the I
composition of paint reached the I
highest point in its history yesterday
closing at 100 on the Chicago board
of trade an advance of 58 cents
over the high point of September last
year when oil sold at 42 cents
The record price previous to this
HIRAM i AHPENTERS
WONDERFUL CURE
or PSORIASIS
I have lren tidlldcd for twenty yean
nth an olntlnnle sUn dUeas culled by some
M Ds iiioiUsb and others leprosy com
menclnc on my scilpr and In jplto of coal I
mull
3 lnJoirt 1W no Ihlr t
could do with HID help of th most skilful
doctors ll slowly but surely extended until t
year ago HIM winter It covered my entire
nerson In tho orm of dry tcale For the
last three tars 1 hive bttn unable to do any
labor and ufterlns intensely all the time
Even morning there would IJP nearly a dust
pnnful of scnles takrn from the sheet on my
bed some of them half as large as thf > cnvc
lop contalnine tilt letter In the latter part
of winter my akin commenced cracUlns open
I tried everything almort that could be
thought of without any iilH The 12th of
June 1 started Wist In lopM I could reach
i Lu Je
tiro llol Snrlnzx 1 rrnrhr Detroit and was
so low I brought I ehould have to co to the
hoMilui but ilnallr got es far as Lanflntr
Mlcli where I had n fltrr living One
Dr treated mn about two vttrf bill did
me no good All thoudit I had but ft abort
time to live I earnestly preyed to die
Cracked through the nUn si over my bark
ucroM my rlbi arm hands limbs feH badly
swollen toenails came off tlnecrn llf dead
and herd ao a bon hair deed dry and lifeless
as old straw 0 my Godl how 1 did auger
Mv fUfr wouldnt c Ivo up weldWe
tvfil try CritlciiM Some was applied on ono
hand and arm Eurcknl there was relief
Btopped ihj terrible burnlne feoMllon Irom
lha word co They Immediate roi Cutlcuift
llMoUcnt Ointment and Snap I commenced
by taking Cut ItijrS resolvent there times a
day after mcti a had n both Orrea day water
about hloolIt t srIICt1J1cUr1 foap freely
I1pplldCutleura QlnlmcotmOCfllnf and even
Ing MqJrclurncd lD I1j home InJut aix
tviceks from the lime I hell and my skin Fi
Fmooth as this street of paper iiliam E
Carpenter Henderson K Y
The ahoy remarkable trstlmonlnl WM
written January 19 ijvbt and Is republished
because of the permanency of the cure
Undrr rlate ol April 2J 10l6 Nr Carpenter
wrote from hU present borne CIO Walnut
Bt So Lon Inc Mich hi have never
JiifTere1 a return of the p or aafa and
tlthoiieh many yean have pused 1 hr a
not forgotten the terrible Mifferlnc I cnduro
before usinG the Cutlcura Remains
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invites attention to its great and
v varied showing of all the new t
and original creations in Mil
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linery for early Autumn and
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CTMillinery from The Leader
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is not only the smartest styled
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in Ogden but it represents more
value from a quality standpoint
than youll find anywhere at
the same prices
CLWeVe just the hat you want Tat
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at just the price you want to
pay come in today and get
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S THE LEADER MILLINERY
MRS > S E L LYONPOPE Prop
2351 Washington Ave OGDEN
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ear was GS cents in December 110
In January 1910 linseed oil began till
uinaiil tendency that resulted in 77
cents being attained as the high point
for the month
The real movement that brought
about the dollar price however start
ed this month reaching a climax when
government crop reports made pub
lic on Thursday showed flaxseed
crop condition of 4S3 Indicating a 1 I
crop of 16477000 bushels or nearly i
15000000 less than requirements I
Increased cost of linseed oil has I I
already resulted In an advance In the
price of readymixed paint from 135
to 5L75 since the beginning of Ute I
yearu The normal price of flaxseod
Is 113 per bushel while It is nov I
quoted at 284
CROCKER ESan I
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Another Important stop In the de
velopment of northern Utah and par
ticularly Box Elder county us a re
sult of the throwing open to the pub
lic of the Crocker estate comes in
the opening of 123GU acres of irult
land and dry farming land In Park
valley This area lies about twelve
miles north and west of Kolton a
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station on the old line of the South
ern Pacific railway around the north
shore of Great Salt lake
Park valley Is described as about
twelve miles by twenty gently slop
ing from north to south almost on
tlroly surrounded by mountains but
those to the south have openings or I
passes through them which aflord I
pleasing vistas of Great Salt lake In
the distance In the valley now are j
many prosperous larins though the
development of the region has been
seriously retarded in the past by the
fact that the holders of the Crocker
estate refused to sell in small par
cels The land however Is produc
ing fruit such as apples cherries
pears and peaches of the choicest va
riutics and qualities
Tho season Id somewhat later than
In Brigham Guy and in Cache coun
ty but It is stated that not In several
years at any rate has harm come
to the fruit by reason of any lato
frosts
In addition to the fruit Industry
Park vailcy affords a promising field
for dry farming The soil 13 in many I
Cache l
respects similar to that In
county where some snug fortunes
have been made from dry farming
lands and the rainfall Is said to bo
slightly In excess of that in Cache
county The records hav been kept
by the railroad Tho valloy lo wa
tered by several streams which orig
inate In the mountains to the north
of the alley where there Is a very
considerable snowfall each winter
Mining Is already an Industry in
Park valley the principal producers
being tho Suzannah and the Century
minus not far from Rozette It is
declared that tho mountains In that
legion are heavily mineralized
Such is the land which is now
placed on the market and the final
sale day will be Oct 8
The Pacific Land Water com
pany of Logan Utah Is handling the
tract and has made arrangements
with the railroad to run three excur 1
sions Into that territory this month
The trains will run to Kolton where
automobiles and other conveyances
will take the excursionists to Park
valley
Tho excursion will he run from
points on tho Oregon Short Line north
of Brigham City Sept 13 good re
turning the next evening or tho fol
lowing from points south of Brig
ham City Sept 10 and 27 good re
turning up to Sept 2i and 29t re
spectively
Tho land to be placed on the mar
ket Is classified by the company as
5120 acres of fruit land and 7240
acres of dry farming land and will
be sold on a comparatively easy pay
ment plan
jtJIi CORT BUYS
NVfR THEA HRS
The dispatches from New Yorlc and
Startle yesterday hrovght a decided
surprise in the news that John Cort
western head of the Independents
and general manager of the North
western Theatrical association which
has the Ogden theater in this city
Pad scored one more big point iii
his battle with the theatrical trust
This was In tho purchase of the Po
ter McCourt interests In the Broad
Opera house of Denver as well ns
the control of the Silver Circuit In
Colorado run by Mr McCourt This
I means that the Klaw Ss Erlangor
houses In Denver go over to the ene
my and that Mr Con reigns su
preme there being already in control
of the Auditorium
Peter McCourt has been one of tho
strongest allies of the trust for years
pail and It was thought that he
would bo the last of all the western
managers to go over to the Indepen
dents
DEATHS AND
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FUNERALS I
WILLIAM S LOCHHEAD
file funeral of William S Loch
head who was killed In an automobile
accident on the Hot Springs road on
Tuesday will be held Sunday at 2
oclock al the Fifth ward meeting
house with Bishop HC Jacobs pre
siding
The remains will Ho In state at
the family residence 2C35 Monroe
today until 9 p m and on Sunday be
tween the hours of 10 a m and 1
p in
The United Commercial Travelers
will march to tho homo at 1 oclock
and attend the funeral In a body Tho
Scotch Cronlos will also attend the
funeral en masse
The Interment will be made fn the
Ogden City cemetery
WILLIAM A FREW
The funeral services over the re
mains of William Amos Frovr a for
mer teacher In tho State Industrial
school who succumbed to an oper
ation at 1 oclock yesterday at tho
Ogden General hospital will be hed
at 2 p m Monday at Hooper mel
Ing house The services will be con
ducted by Bishop W W Child and
the Interment will be at Hooper
Mr Frew was the son of William
and Elizabeth Frew of South Hooper
j Davis county Ho was for some time
a teacher In the manual department
of the Industrial school find was
highly esteemed as an Instructor
I Mr Frew Is survived by his father
and mother
JACOB HEILOO
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Tho funeral services over tho re
mains of Jacob IIclloo will be held on
Sunday at 12 oclock at tho Fifth
Ward mcotlnar house with Bishop H
C Jacobs officiating
I The remains will lie In state at the
family residence OCI Capital avenue
unell 9 p m today and Sunday be
tween the hours of 0 and 10 oclock
The Interment will bo In the Og
den City cemetery
DYNAMiTI STREAr
IfJ UTA COllTY
James and Bert Baum who were
caught dynamiting streams In Uln
tah county were bound over Thurs
day at Hebor to the dldtrlct court
In 5300 each
Fish and Game Commissioner Cham
bers will try and make an example
of those men The penalty Is one to
five years In the state prison
FIRE PROOF BRIDGES
THROUGH THE FORESTS
Seattle Wash Sept 10Tbo Chi
cago Milwaukee fs Puget Sound
which suffered heavy losses from
burned out bridges In the Idaho and
Montana forest fires last month has
Instructed Chief Engineer B J Pear
son to begin at once on the work of
fireproofing all bridges on tho lines
through the forests All bridges will
be constructed of steel and concrete
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