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s THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEn UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1910
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I 250 > Sample Fall Skirts 33L3 PER OENT OFF
j 150 Sample Fall Jackets 3333 PER CENT OFF
350 Sample Childrens Coats 3333 PER CENT OFF
I 450 Silk and Wool Dresses 33 33 PER CENT OFF
350 Ladies Winter Coats 0 33 n PER CENT OFF
I I 100 Ladies Fall Suits 33 3 PER CENT OFF
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SLENDER WOMEN
NEMO LASTIKOPS CQKSET NO
330 TEE LATEST CORSET INVEN
TION W s
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As great a godsend to slender wo t
men as the worldfamous Nemo Self
Reducing Corset is to stout women lTTIr
f f The two bands of semielastic t at n
I Lostikops Webbing see cut firmly =
i i but gently support the abdomen and
internal organs preventing that danger
ous bearing down feeling no matter
how tight you lace Every woman knows what
that means Dont fail to see this new cor
set Its an entire noveltynothing like
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Nemo patented invention 1 > r 9
Of fine white coutil high bust EE2KE 9 U
I long skirt Lastikops Hose Supporters CORSET a Ii Iti I
sizes 18 to 26350 N3 y O 11 t
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I TE CONVENTION
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Governor Spry has named the fol
lowing delegates twenty in number
to the first annual meeting of tho In
tormountaln Good Roads association
to be held in Ogden September 23
21 and 2C D E Burley James K
Jennings Robert Skelton C E Marks
p a all of Salt Lake City George F Price
Oakley D R Roberts Logan C G
Adney Corinne John Dixon Payson
William Archibald Park City D 0
Jlldeout Draper A J Stooltey Clo
vor Roscoe E Grover Nephl N J
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I Harris Ogden F W Stratford Wil
son Jesse N Smith Layton M M
Steele Junction N C Foulson Rich
flold James Clawson Spring City
B W Dunn Brigham City C R Row
berry Grantsville
CEDAR VALLEY DRY FARM
A GOOD SITE SELECTED
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t Lchi Sept 9The Cedar valley
dry farm experiment station will be
on the southwest quarter of section 9
ti township 0 south range 2 west Thjs
tract Is owned by John S Hacking of
Cedar Fort and adjoins the Cedar
Fort station on the Salt Lake rail
way running front Lohl lo Topllff
Prof Louis A Merrill of the State
Agricultural college accompanied hy
I Postmaster Ross and Mayor South
is I wlch of Lehl County Commissioner
Walker of Pleasant Groe and Joseph
I w Dunn and C F Decker of Provo
yesterday made an inspection of a
dozen sites that were offered In all
t parts of the alley but Professor
Merrill selected the Cedar Fort sit
as being the best and his selection
sums to have given unanimous sat
isfaction The site is quite central
and easy of access by all Interested
Good water for culinary purposes
may be obtained at a depth of seven
ty foot and the anfobnish soil is typi
cal of a big part of the 100000 acres
of the available dry farm lands of
I the valley
The station which has been main
tained for tbe past five years in
Tooele county near Grantsville will
be transferred to Cedar Fort and
work on doming the fortyacre tract
wit be commenced at once It is In
tended to carry on experiments of
I growing all kinds of dry farm pro
I ducts similar to tho experiments he
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ing conducted at the Ncphi station
and Mil be of undoubtedly Immense
benefit to tho development of Cedar
valley
NOTICE
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A meeting of the Republican County
Central committee of Weber county
is hereby called to meet at the County I
Court House In the office of the Coun
ty Commissioner on Monday Septem I
ber 12th 1910 at 2 oclock p in for
the purpose of considering matters
I pertaining to the coming County Con
vention and for the purpose of con
sidering such other matters asmay
I properly come beforn said meeting
O B MADSON Chairman
By Call Allison Secretary
I 100 SALT LAKE AND RE
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Sunday Sept llth via Oregon
Short Line Fortyfive minute trains
leave 830 a in and 515 p m Tic
kets goo 1 on these as well as all other
trains City office 2511 Washington
avenue K A Shewe Cp d T A
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When the blood fails to supply sulphur in sufficient quanti
I l ties the hair loses its color dies and falls out
o When this condition begins do not delay in order to live
I hair must have sulphur and the only combination containing
sulphur that the roots ol the hair will absorb is
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to its natural color will rcnaove dandruff fin
I i U < ee days IIfl fl 3 lie Siaesfi hair dressing
V I made because 19 mattes he ttalr soSS glossy
I and beautiful and is nofi sSieky or greasy
I PRICE 50c AND 1GO AT ALL DRUGGISTS
a a I 11 your drlllui doca not keep it lend SOc in stamps And we will send I
i you n largo bottla express prepaid
Wyeth Chemical Company 74 CRTLA NEW YOU DT N STREET Y
FOR SALE BY BADCONS PHARMACY SPECliJ AGENTS
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CASE V
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In the passing from mortality Tues
day of William Stevenson Lochhead I
through tho unfortunate automobile I
accident Ogdon city lost one of lu I
most honorable and highly esteemed
young huslness men bringing not
alone deep sorrow to his relatives
hut also to a host of friends
He was born at Glasgow Scotland
October 4 1S75 was the son 01
George and Elizabeth Stevenson Loch
head He wan baptized Into the hat
ter Day Saints church when a boy
I and with his parents brothers and
sisters came to Utnh June 1S8U and
has resided In Ogden city ever since
For a number of years he was a trust
ed employe of the John Scowcroft
Sons company July 22 1S09 Mr
Lochhead departed for his native
land Scotland when he labored ener
getically and faithfully for over two
3 ears preaching the Gospel In 1901
he returned home and again entered
the service of Messrs Scowcroft at
Pocatello Idaho He was married
July Gth 1905 to Miss Pearl Hello
well Three beautiful children have
ben born to their happy wedlock
May 2Sth 1908 Mr Lockhead severed
his connection with the Scowcrofts
and took a position with the Fred J
Kiesel I company as salesman which
position he occupied with honor until
September of last year when he ac
cepted the position as city salesman
for tho Hemmomny and Moser Cigar
company at which work he was en
gaged at the time of his untimely de
mise
Mr Lockhead was a faithful mem
ber of thy Latter Day Saint church
He was president and counselor of
the Young Mens Mutual Improe
mont association of the Fifth Ward
for two yearn Later ho served as a
member of the Weber Stake Y M M
T A board and was for years an
active Sunday school tc icher and
priesthood worker
The grandfather of the deceased
was one of the first six who became
members of the L D S church when
the Gospel was first taken to Scot
land by missionaries sent out from
Nan roe
He is survived by a loving wife
three children parents five brothers
and five sisters
The funeral services over tho re
mains will be held Sunday at 2 oclock
at the Fifth Ward meeting house
Friends desiring to view the body
may do so this afternoon and even
Ing also Sunday until 1 p m at tho
family residence 2C35 Monroe avenue
Justice of the Peace Ruben T
Rheoa County Attorney Jensen with
n Jury composed of S W Cragun
I James Jensen and John M Bailey
viewed the remains this morning at
Larkin C Sons undertaking parlors
I nnd continued the Inquest until some
time next week when a thorough In
vestigation of the circumstance of
tho death will be made
FREE BOOK ON PILES
Tells How to Cure Them With In
ternal Medicine
Do you know the cause of piles
Is it internal or external
Will salves suppositories or cutting
remove the cause
How cnn one be cured permanent
ly
Do yon know how Dr J S Leon
haidt found the cause and cure
All these questions answered fully
In a booklet mailed free by Dr Leon
hardt Co Station B Buffalo N Y
or at BADCONS PHARMACY Ogden
Utah who sell the successful remedy
HemRoid under guarantee at 1 per
large bottle
ORDERS UN
PROBATE
COURT
Judge Howells time was occupied
this morning In the probate division
of the district court III hearing mat
ters the case beard having been car
ried over from Inst Saturday The
following orders were made
Estate of George Weston deceased
I Petition for letters of administration
Granted and bond fixed at 100
I Estate of Ebon H Moore deceased
Petition for summary distribution for
discharge and release Heard and
granted
Estate of James Griffin deceased
Petition for letters of administration
Passed
Estate and guardianship of Clar
ence Williams Summers ct al minors
Petition for letters of guardianship
Passed
Estate and guardianship ol Alexun
fit I Roes Incompetent Petition for
approval allowance and settlement of
linal account Heard and v ran ted
Estate of Mary A McCullough de
ceased Petition to sell real estate
Heard and granted
Estate of Lawrence Robinson de
ceased Petition for approval allow
ance and settlement of his final ac
count for distribution discharge and
release Cussed
Estate of Andrew J Warner do
ceased Petition for family allow
ance Heard and granted
I Estate of John A Glbbs deceased
Petition for letters of administration
Bond HOD Heard and granted
Estate of William Blake deceased
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Petition for family allowance Heard
and granted
Estate of Dorris E Ford minor PetItion
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tition for confirmation of salo of real
I estate Heard and granted
I Estate oC William Gllson deceased
Petition for letter ofidministration
Bond 100 Beard and granted
Estate and guardianship of MItrlln
Herbert Stephens minor Petition
for letters of guardianship Bond 200
Heard and granted I
Estate of Charlotte Gllson deceas
ed Petition for letters of administra
tion Bond 100 Heard and granted
Estate of Nolllo Howard Storey nee
Nellie Howard deceased Amended
I petition for letters of amlnlatration
Bond 100 Heard and granted
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Estate of Martha Ellen Tongue de
ceased Petition for confirmation of
I sale of real estate Heard and grant 1
ed
EBtato of Samuel H Burt deceased
Petition for approval allowance and
settlement of final account and for
distribution Passed
Estate of William McGregor de
ceased Petition for approval allow
ance and settlement of final account
and for distribution Heard and
granted
Estate of Truman Barney hicks de
ceased Petition for probate of will
Passed
Estate of James B Williams de
ceased Polltion for summary dis
tribution discharge of administrator
and release of bondsmen Heard and
granted
Estate of Elizabeth V Thompson
deceased Petition for distribution
discharge and close of estate Passed
Estate of Annie S Manning de
ceased Petition for distribution dis
charge and release Heard and
granted
Estate and guardianship of Grant A
Rounds minor Petition for monthly
allowance Heard and granted
Estate nnd guardianship of Helen
Bucher et al minors Petition for
letters of guardianship Passed
I NOTICE
To Examiner Creditors
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial Dlslrict of the State of Utah
within and for Wobor county
In the matter of the assignment oC
I D R Bowman and Paul M Lee co
partners under tho firm name of the
Ogden Morning Examiner
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
The undersigned hereby gives no
tice of its appointment as assignee oC
tho estate of B Lt Bowman and Paul
M Lee Insolvent debtors doing busi
I ness under the name and style of
Ogden Morning Examiner at Og
den Wobcr county Utah to the cred
I itors of and all persons having claims
against said assignors to exhibit the
I same with tho necessary vouchers In
I the manner and within the period of
time provided for by law to tho un
dersigned at No 319 First National
Bank building Ogdeu City Utah
PINGREE NATIONAL BANK
Assignee
Willis fc DeVine Attorneys for As
signee No 3011 First National Bank
building
First Publication Aug 13th 1910
Last Publication Sopt 24th 1910
New Bill at Orpheum
Tomorrow Night
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With the coming of the autumn
days the brilliancy of the shows at
I ho Ogden Orpheum seems to In
crease Thoro is now a procession of
magnificent nets headed this way for
the delectation of the patrons of the
Orpheum durlng ° tho fall and winter
tmonths One of the most delightful
programs of the season Is scheduled
for presentation tomorrow night
Professor Apdales trained animals
present a Zoo circus and from all
accounts this Is one of the host
trained animal novelties ever Import
ed There are dogs monkeys cats
and ponies and the work of a little
brown hear called Jess Is the fea
ture of the lot IHe does the most
difllcult sort of juggling plays a ban
jo and rides a bicycle Prof Apdalo
I also presents the only educated ant
enter In the world
Clifford and Burke are among the
lending exponents < of black face com
edy in vaudeville and they will add
a touch of minstrelsy to the bill
With burnt cork makeups these two
comedians are genuinely funny and
all their dialogue and songs are
original and new In awns they sug
gest those Quaint colored comedians
Williams and Walker and their char
acterisations are so clever that they
POIOOO UOJ JOJ UO > CISIUJ hallo OJC
people
The four CISftons who come to
America to appear hero for the first
time arcs worldrenowned strong
equilibrists wonderfully built men
who offer faultless quiet and refined
styles of cqullibrlstlc work Theirs
arc exhibitions of strength which cre
ated wonder and admiration in prin
cipIa European music halls notably
the Berlin Winter garden where last
the played abroad and where the
German writers called them The
lour Hercules
Mr Harry Atkinson known as the
Australian Orpheus has been
brought to America for n season on
tho Orphoum circuit Mr Atkinson
cornea direct from London where he
has been a big success this past year
Ills performance consists of Imita
tions of musical instruments and the
reproductions of tho sounds are mar
volously true and accurate
Johnny Small and Ills Small Sis
ters is the offering of Archie Schatz
and the Misses Ada and Ethel Del
berg It consists of songs dances and
comedy patter and Is like a pretty
little scene taken from a musical
comedy
Mr Eugene C Barnes and Mr Paul
P Barren are two Hebrew comcdiang
who have a great assortment of fun
making stunts that keep an audience
VOfilEN HAIR
Badcon Knows of a Prepara
tion That Makes Hair
Fascinating
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Parisian Sage Is the ideal hair ton
ic and benutlfier of the present lim
It Is compounded on the most id
vauced scientific principles and noth
ing on the market today can com
pare with It
It accomplishes so much more than
the ordinary tonics and does It so
quickly that usors arc astonished
Parisian Sage kills the dandruff
germs and eradicates dandruff In two
weeks or money back
Parisian Sage stops falling hah
Itching of the scalp and splitting
hairs or money back
Since Its Introduction Into Amer
ica it has become a prime favorite
with women of refinement
Parisian Sage gives a fascinating
hietro to womens hair and males 5t
beautiful it makes the hair grow
luxuriantly It is the daintiest and
most refreshing hair dressing that
science has produced and has > not a
particle of grease or stickiness In it
A large bottle of Parisian Sage costa
but 50 cents at BADCONS PHAR
MACY and druggists everywhere
The girl with the Auburn hair Is on
every package
In constant laughter These men
must bo commended for discarding
thc traditional and offensive Jew
makeup so prevalent on the stage
Both appear In neal conventional
dress with Just enough exaggeration
to get the necessary comedy effects
The Kluodromo will furnish some
thing now in tho way of motion pic
tures while the Orpheunu orchestra
with Its line musical program will
complete a most excellent bbl
I REAPING BENEFIT
From the Experience of Ogden I
People
Wo are fortunate indeed to be able
to profit by the experience of our
neighbors The public utterances of
Ogden residents on the following
subject will interest and benefit thou
sands of our readers Head this state
ment No bottom proof can be had
H H Tully 559 21st street Ogden
Utah says The strain on my back
while working In the Union Pacific
Car Shops brought on kidney trouble
In ray case My back became lame
and painful and there were other dis
tressing annoyances that plainly prov
ed my kidneys ro bo disordered
Doans Kidney Pills had been used In
my family In England and deciding
to try thorn I procured a box from
DADCONS PHARMACY The contents
removed my trouble I highly recom
mend Doaus Kidney Pills to all suf
ferers of kidney complaint Tho pub
lic statement my wife gave In my be
half In 1900 telling of my experience
with Doans Kidney Pllla still holds
good as my cure has been perman
ent
For sale by all dealers Price GO
cents FoaterMllburn Co Buffalo
New York sole agents for tho United
States
Remember the name Doans and
take no other
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German Evangelical St PaulsAt
Swedish Lutheran churcn on Twenty
third and Jefferson avenue Sunday
morning service at 11 oclock Every
I one is cordially welcomed Sabbath
school at 9 oclock every Sunday
morning Choir practice every Wel
nesday night at S oclock P Ph Tes
ter pastor
Central Park Presbyterian Church
Corner of 31st street anti Washington
avenue Sunday morning service at
11 a m Sunday school at J220
Young Peoples meeting at 730 p m
All are cordially Invited to attend
these services S C C Hickman
Pastor
International Bible Students Associ
ation Meetingd for Bible study will
ho held as usual on Sunday in tho
Labor Hall 30U 24th street at the
following hours viz 11 a m Sub
ject The BIassing in Store for Ah
raham 215 pV in Subject Mlz
puh Genesis 3119 and 2 Cor 1311
All sincere students of Gods Word
are cordially Invited
First Baptist ChurchLocated on
Grant avenue near 24th street Rev
H D Zimmerman pastor Services
for Sunday Sept 11th 1910 will be
as follows Sunday school will meat
at 10 oclock Classes for young anl
old Mr Craft superintendent Morn
luc worship at 111 Ar II Leslie
M D of the Congo Mission will be
present He will speak on medical
missions This will be tho only sor
vice at which ho will speak In Ogden
I All are Invited to near him The
young people will meet promptly at
7 oclock In parlors of church Topic
Proud of What Leader Beula
Crofidnllf Miss MJUspuugh1 of Port
land V will addreea > the young people
at this service Evening worship at
S oclock Miss Carrie 0 MlJUu
moth of Portland who represents
hewouaitworkin the wont will
apeak at tne evening service Miss
Mlllspaugh is an Interesting speak
er and all arc cordially Invited to
hear her On Thursday evening at
eight 6clqck the regular church
I prayer and praise service will be
held Topic The Method oWMBclplc
ship Mats 1624 Matt 10 373J
To all of our services strangers and
others having no church home are
cordially welcomed Bring a frieud
with you
First Church of Christ Scientist
Ogden Holds service at 11 H m li
tin new Masonic Temple Washington
avenue between Twentyfifth and
Twentysixth streets Subject Sub
stance Sunday school at 915 a m
Wednesday evening testimonial meet
ings are held atS p in The public
Is cordially Invited to4 attend these
services Free reading rooms are
open daily except Sundays and Holi
days from 2 to F p m First Nati
onal Bank building
Church of the Good Shepherd Epis
copal N E corner 24th and Grant
avenne Win W Fleetwood rector
Services for Sunday Sept 11 Holy
Communion 730 a m Sunday school
Rally Day exorcises with special
program b the scholars In the par
Ish house u45 a m Morning pray
er and sermon 1100 n m Subject
of sermon The Value of Church At
I tendance Evening prayer and sere
mon 730 p m Subject Tho En
richment of Life Special mImic at
both services Mr RtA White will
sing at the evening service All are
welcome
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Salt Lake Sept 10Utah smelting
circles were Very much interested In
tho following plank adopted on
Thursday at St Paul by the conserva
tion congress
Wo urge Immediate investigation
by the federal government of the
damage done by smelting of copper
ores and tho feasibility of so Improv
ing methods so as to utilize the injuri
ous byproducts In connection with
phosphatlc fertilizers
Several prominent smelting engi
neers of Salt lake have rather pronounced
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nounced Ideas In regard to this phase
of the Industry and some emphasized
anew that it Is to a large extent the
environment of smelting plant that
determines the utility or usefulness
of the byproducts of thp works One
engineer said yesterday
The conditions in this part of the I
country now are such as to render
the utilization of copper smoking
fumes as recommended in the para
graph adopted at St Paul commer
cially Impracticable nor Is there nny
other known method of procedure at
this time Tho government can aid
VOlT materially in bringing about a
solution of the problem bj rendering
sane assistance
The withdrawal from entry of the
great phosphnte lands of Utah Idaho
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fresh new lall suit
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you the very new
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browns and a
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in harmony with
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and Wyoming are not
the completion of any commercial
scheme of making phosphatlc for
tllIzers The market for these fer
tilizers Is largely In the eastern part
of this country and In foreign cOlin
tries whore largo tonnages arc manu
factured with which the Inlernioun
lnln country cannot compete As a
rule no Intormounlaln farmer rcalzon
the necessity of this material for the
western demand Is in significant
I believe that moro consistent ef
forts on the part of the government
to help tho agriculturist to a bettor
knowledge of plant life and plant dH
eases would do as much if not moro
than any equal effort to control the
semltor gases By public agitation
tho farmer has been led to believe
that all his troubles are duo to cop
lint smelting which In many cases
continue to exist nfujr tho removal
from the community Mif the noxious
gases jjj
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