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THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1910 7
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FOR ANY PEN IN OUR WINDOW ONE WEEK ONLY
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Silver filigrees pearl mounted plain black or gold banded
barrels I
Every pen sold under our personal guarantee Your
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money refunded or you can exchange any unsatisfactory pen
SIPARG09S BOOK STORE
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WOMEN RIDER OF
WILD HORSE COMiNG
MRS BERRY ST CLAIR WOMAN CHAMPION BRONCHO
BUSTER OF THE WORLD WILL RIDE THE FIERCEST AND
WILDEST HORSE AT THE FAIR GROUNDS NEXT WEDNES
DAY ANDJTHURSDAY SEPT 14 AND 15 WITH THE GREAT
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REFERENCES
Continued from Pago Five
A man by tho name of Adonis is I
around Ogdon soliciting advertise
ments for the Standard and collecting
money In advance He should he
promptly reported to the police de
partment
Tho La Mode Millinery extends a
cordial Invitation to the public to attend I
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tend their fall opening to be held Sat
urday evening Sept 10 from S to 10
p rn Fords orchestra will be in at
tendance The store will be full of
dainty and becoming pattern and
street hats No millinery will be on
sale Saturday evening The atten
tion of our many customers and
friends Is directed to our new ad
dress 2438 Washington aye formerly
J39 21th sL
Dont pay money to any ono for tho
Standard unless party has letter
showing his authority to collect
It will not be difficult for the women
of Ogden to Hnd a becoming hat early
this Fall the Leader Millinery storo
at 2361 Washington1 avenue JIB full of
dainty and becoming tiling In the
nay of turbans and hats I
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Onehalf block cast of Washington
avenue on Twentyfourth street Ser
vices M follows Sunday September
11 945 a m Sunday school U A
Slop superintendent classes for all
11 a m sermon by tho pastor 7 p
m Epworlh loagno service to which
all young people arc invited 8 p in
pruRchlng son Ice hy tho pastor A
cordlnl invitation extended to all
Dancing tonight Sylvan Park
IL ASoip teacher of the Young
Peoples Blblo class earnestly re
quest all of the members to be pros
flows This
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We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for
any cue of durrh that cannot be iured by
Halls CaUrrh Cure
P J CHUNKY fc CO Props Toledo O
c the unJcritgned bavc known F J
Cheney for the lut fifteen ywig and belicrc
him perfectly honorable in all busincM trans
actioiM and M1n
financially able to carry out any
obligation made by their firm
Wear TLUAX Vholcsdc l nigsui ToledoO
NuoIH KI > VANMA MK Vh0leiiIe Drug
giiU Toledo O
UU Catarrh Cure is taken internally act
ing clirectlr upon the bUxxJ and mucous sur
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face of the ur
miem 1rkc 76c per hotlle
old bv oil irUUtA Testimonials free
Uall3 Fanuly TUb arc the mbo llls
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
A BRASS automobile crank Finder
S return to 320 25th Bard
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5 S S 101wk
S EXPERIENCED bookkeeper for two
r or three weeks or longer State cx
I Iierloncn and salary wanted P 0
S Box 363 910lwk
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cut tomorrow to begin work in the
new conf rence year and invites all
young people to join them In the au
ditorium of the First Methodist
church at 945 a m each Sunday
Dancing tonight Sylvan Park
Cattle Exhibition H Galbralth
1 cattle man of ISvanstori Wyoming
is in the city arranging for the ex
hibition of a bunch of thoroughbred
Hoieflrds at the FOlrState Fair Mr
Galbralth states that he Is certain
that lie has sixteen head of cattle
i that will capture the ribbons at the
Fair and ho thinks they are the finest
lot of cattle in tho Inlermountain
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country
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL
I HOUSEWORK A good place for a
good girl 2579 Monroe Ave
The Salvation Army Meetings as
follows Holllnoss meeting 11 a m
Junior meeting 3 pm Christian
Praise service S 1 i m Everybody
welcome A B Chesham captain
Oregon Short Line fortyfive minute
trains between Ogden and Salt Lake
leave Ogden dally at 830 a m and
515 p m Try them
S Allowed 25 a MonthIn the mat
ter of time estate and guardianship of
Grant A Rounds it was ordered by
I the court that ho he allowed S25 a
month during the school months of
this year
B G Butter Is coveted hy those
who know the best
Administrator NamedIn the es
tate of Georgo Wcston deceased let
ters of administration wore today is
sued to Joseph Evans and his bond
was fixed at 100 The petition for
the letters relates that tho deceased
died Intestate at Hot Springs Ark
ansas August 7 1803
Dancing tonightSylvan Park
Marriage License Joseph A Jar
dine and Lulla E Croon of Lowlsvllle
Idaho wero today issued a marriage
license
Oregon Short Line fortyfive minute
In n I Cnh T I
iI UI UD iJULi i u isi bui iU u QU iiIlL
leave Ogden daily at 830 a m and
515 p m Try them
lir and Mre Frank McGeo of Chi
cago Illinois aro spending a few
days in Ogden the guests of Mr and
MrB J S Carver Thy are dellghl
od with the western Country and think
well of Ogden in particular While
in the city they will bo shown the
principal points of Interest and will
ho taken for a drive through the near I
by orchards and over the canyon
boulevard They will remain In the
city unUl next Monday J1 I
Dancing tonight Sylvan Park I
In UIQ matter of tho ofctate of Wil I
liam Blake tho district court has or
dered today that tho widow ho ap
portioned 30 u mouth for family aup
port rV
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I mako thorn Hot Tainalos Amer
ican Pop Corn xWnsQJb Wthmnd Wa h
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Divorce Granted In granting a
decree of divorce to Blanche road
ugulnst her husband Goorgc Mcad to
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feudont should not be required to
pay alimony or attorney fees and that
the plaintiff should havo the custody
of pie minor child only 11 months
In7 tho ycnri the fathpt to have the
privilege ot keepingMho child one
month In tho summer time during
tho school vacation until tho child Is
11 years old The father Is required
to pay C j month toward the support
of thochlld
I Lewis Goxiii Kojill for bib tiers
and hertlcra Phones 149
Exprooc Componyj Careless l S
Carver who somdtiroo ago shipped
a box of select peaches to C II Bol
ster of the Sprague Warner t Com
pany wholesale grocers of Chicago
Is In receipt of a letter from Mi
Bolster telling Of tho arrival of tho
fruit The Chicago man states that
while the fruit reached him without
much decay the box had been so
roughly handled by the express com
pany that the poaches wore badly
jammed and hrulscd Mr Carver Is
considerably put out by tho evident
lack of care exercised by tho express
company In carrying his gift to his
Chicago frlond
Hoi Tainales at tho American Pop
Corn Wagon 21th and Wash
S Pleaded Not Guilty Frank Griffon
a young man arrested at the corner
of Twentyfifth and Grant avenue last
night on a charge of carrying con
cealed weapons pleaded not guilty
III pohco court this morning and wiw
placed under n bond of 10 Ho will
probably ho given a hearing Mon
day
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Cheap roundtrip rates to princi
pal pojnts east via the Denver
Rio Grande Sept 14 good returning
until October 31st Inquire at City
Ticket office Reed Hotel building
Both phones 031
Departed for Omaha W M Jof
fors superintendent of the Union Pa
cific left today for Omaha where ho
will attend a meeting of railroad su
perintendents
Methodist Minister Rev J C nol
him D D will preach his initial ser
mon In this city at the First Meth
odist Episcopal church tomorrow
morning Dr Rollins comes to Og
den to take the place of Rev G W
McCrecry who recently accepted a
call of the First Methodist church of
Pueblo Colo Tho new minister
comes to Ogden from Colorado
Lewis Good ICoal for kitchen stoves
and ranges Phones 149
Wyoming Newspaper ManO 0
Davis representing the Green River
Star is in Ogden taking In the sights
Ho notes a big improvement in this
city within tho last two years Green
River ho says 13 growing and now
has a population of 1100 The sal
soda works at that place arc under
new management and tho Industry
now promises to enjoy a great 9x
pansion and much prosperity
Mansfield Burrows wish to an
nounce their fall opening of millin
ery Tuesday and Wednesday Septem
ber 13th and llth Tho now crea
tions In pattern and street hats will
ho shown
Pleased With Ogden Cyrus Adler
of St Louis who has been the guest
of J K Davenport for a number of
days and who Is owner of tho M
Shaughnessy distillery says Ogden
impresses him as just the plnce for a
man to make a home He is de
lighted with the canyon and is taken
up with the fruit orchards of this
section He says Ogden has the out
ward appearance of being more pros
perous than any city In Utah
Oregon Short Line fortyfive minute
trains between Ogden and Salt Lake
leave Ogden dally at S30 a m and
515 p m Iry them
May Bring Back Forger Harry
Hill u man who several months ago
passed a number of bogus checks in
this city and who later was arrest
ed on Evanston Wyo for a similar
offense has about completed his sen
tence In tho Evanston Jail and tho
local authorities arc making arrange I
ments to have him brought hack to
Ogden to answer for the crimes com
mitted here The police have noti
fied the merchant who suffered by
Hills operations In this city and
if they decide to have the man pun
isuied steps will bo taken to secure
his requisition
Miss Ellen Thomas will register
pupils Saturday September 10th and
Monday September 12th Hours 2
to C and 7 to 9 p m 273G Wash Ave
Independent phone 1112
Tho Coal In hard or soft Is best
for winter 2001 pounds In each ton
Shurtliff Co Phones IS
I lead others follow with Fresh
Buttered Pop Corn American Pop
Corn Wagon 24th and Wash
Wanted Young man with exporl
enco in dry goods or mens furnish
lugs Apply In person John Scow
croft Sons Co
Dainty fountain specials every day
f mWnrds spacious parlors Two
I stores S
3TERN OcSON
AiTW YORKS
EXCLUSIVECU3TOM
TAIIOKG
Weve good
News For Yom
Our new woolens together
fVjJ L Uu Joiiding style sheets
Vve jii > t arrived they Jook
imincusi Jjetter than weve
° LtGi U Jliroivrt Urey and all
tic lIe v volors iu all the new
est patterns
I i VAN DYKE
ARLINGTON HOTEL
Agency for Kahn Tailoring Co
Indianapplis
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Troops Escort Him
Through Streets of
Columbus Ohio
Columbus 0 Sept 10 Coming to
day to the scene of tho street car
strike riots which kept Columbus In
S a state of disorder for weeks cx
President Roosevelt In a speech here
denounced In Strongest terms acts of
lawlessness and men who committed
them
The state capital Is still hclng guard
ed by militia and Col Roosevelt him
self was cscortadj by United States
troops from the Columbus barracks
As the strike < s > sllil On J C Met
cal chairman of the Roosevelt re
ception committee asked President
Taft to assign the regular troops to
guard the ovProsldent today and time
S President consented
DEMOCRAJ S
PPESNT
NAMES
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For the purpose of electing fifty
delegates to the Democratic State
convention at Provo September 15
fourteen Democrats met at the court
house In a mass mboling at 1 oclock
this afternoon T D Johnson acted
as chairman of the convention and
Abbott Maglnnls filled the position
of secretary
The personnel of the delegates sel
ected Is as follows
OgdenW W Browning S S
Smith T D Johnson Dr George W
Baker C A Boyd M S Browning
H W Gwllllam Chris Flygare Hor
ace Pcory W H Anderson Al Har
ris Charles Hiimphrls Sam Thomas
Sam Browning N Farner Jr John
Seaman Emil Rolapp George Loch
head Jr A L Magmnis Mrs Luella
DoxIe M B Porterlleld George
Shorten W S Donaldson Hyruu
Helnap Martin Alien Mathias IIInch
cliff Thomas Cunningham Albert
Scowcioft T F En melt C C WII
son S
Pleasant VlowE R Shaw
North Ogden David Shupo
Jluntsvllle Allen and A Peter
son
Plain CityD M Folkmau and N
Sharp
West Weber J cEo Weight and Na
than Hawks i
Hooper Jamos Dimes and Jamcn
Wlddlaon t S
Harrlsville H Louder and L
vi J Taylor
RoyCharles Ronqiiist
Rlverdale EdwTnparkor
Birch Creek Alonzo Stephens
Kanesvllle Henry Green
Slalervllle1 J Hutchend
Farr West William H Mcintyre
S Liberty Mr Broen
Wilson John Trimble
M1N1ST US
CONUNfi TO
06DEN
Rev Frank G Brainard of Kansas
City Kan has accepted a call from
the Congrogatipnhl church of OttI n
and will begin = his ministerial duties
in this city October 1 I
Mr Brainard a very competent
student of sociology and In addition
to his regular church work in Kansas
city has taken a gloat ntcrest in tho
improvement of social Conditions He
has been secretary of the Society ot
Associated Charities and has been
very active In prison work extending
a helping hand to tho discharged and
paroled prisoners He is known as a
believer In applied Christianity and is
a talented speaker In tho pulpit Ho
will take the charge loft vacant by
the departure of Rev N S Elderkin
S NOTICE
The Elite Cafols reopened for bus
iness under the now management of
Blosser Foley
INSANE ASYLUM REPORT
Provo Sept 10The state board of
Insanity met at the insane hospital
here yesterday and transacted routine
lusluoss connected with the institu
tion The foljowing appropriations
were made Salaries 2102 cur
rent opent 19i4S7 Improvements
and repairs 20703 painting 10309
holler repairs 10955 feebleminded
department 185 i
Medical Superintendent H Cal
der reported a sfollows on patients
5 Men Women Tot
In hospital July
1 191 191 ssr
Admitted during
month 1 G 3 S
Under caie and
treatment 199 191 39H
39HS
Discharged I I 1 S
Died 1 0 1
Remaining August
31 101 193 S7
I DEATH OF COALVILLE WOMAN
S Coalville Sept 9 Grandma Mar
I yaret Johnston an aged and highly
respected resident of this cjty passed
i lOher final r9 fit early yesterday morn
Ing from general debility being in
S her sith year She was born at Ster
ling Scotland June I 1S2C She
Joined the Mormon church over sixty
five yearS ago In thp year 1SG1 she
I emigrated to this country settling in
Coalville and bad lund there until
her death Shq was the mother of
Huron children only two of whom
survive her Deceased was known
by all her acquaintances as Grand
ma Johnston and wa < on of tho
very highest respected residents
IBAll NGER
MNDIINS
Minority Decision Made
Public and Ordered
Filed
MINNEAPOLIS Sept ITl1al
Richard A Bnlllnger has not been
true to the trust reposed In him as I
secretary of the interior that ho la
not deserving of public confidence and
that he should be asked by the proper
authorities to resign his office
The foregoing sums up the findings
of the four Democratic members of
the BalllngerPInchot congressional
Investigating committee made public
today SS
The Republican members Issued no
report S
An Independent report was glen
out by Mr Indlson the Insurgent
Republican from Kansas which do
cloves also that Mr Ballinger should
not bo retained that he was an un
faithful trustee of the public Interest
an enemy of conservation and that
Hip charges of Gifford Pinchot should
be sustained
Those findings will be printed and
led with congress
The decision of the four Democrat
members and Mr Madison to make
the reports public followed an unu
sual session Throe Republican mem
bers Senator Sutherland of Utah and
Representatives McCall of Massachu
setts and Dcnby of Michigan refusal
to attend the meeting Finally the
chairman of the committee himself
Senator Nelson of Minnesota left the
committee room and failed to return
Chairman Noison gave notice a
meeting would be held in Chicago
next Tuesday The Democratic mem
bers adjourned to meet in Washing
ton on December 3
Representative Olllo M James ol
Kentucky one of the Democratic
members announced all of the Dem
ocrats would refuse to attend the
meeting of which Senator Nelson had
given notice The Republicans will
then be in the same position that tho
Democratic members and Mr Madi
son found themselves today
Summarized the Democratic find
ings are that the evidence shows
That there was no conspiracy
again Mr Ballinger
That Glfford Pinchot and U R
Glavls were faithful trustees of the
peoples interests
That Balllngers conduct on cer
tain occasions was Intended to and
did have the effect of deceiving the
president
That Mr Balllngers action in hav
ing clear listed the socalled Cun
ningham Alaskan coal lands and or
dering them patented showed had
faithThat
That he advocated a bill to vali
date Alaskan coal claims alleged to
bo fraudulent
That his action in acting as attor
ney in cases pending In the land of
fice while ho was commissioner was
reprehensible
That he helped to force the Cun
ningham coal claims to a hearing bo I
fore the government was ready to
proceed
That he encouraged insubordina
tion in the reclamation service and
condoned improper official conduct
In that connection
Additional Society
BIRTHDAY PARTY
A party of young girls were enter
tained at the Henderson homo on Jeff
erson avenue last evening the occa
sion being In honor of the Thirteenth
birthday anniversary of Miss Boryl
Henderson The home was beautiful
ly decorated In autumn colors red and
golden brown prevailing Fall flow
ers in profuaiou branches loaded with
red berries and branches brilliant
with autumn colors wero artistically
arranged and an effective lighting by
means of pretty shades and Japanese
lanterns completely n truly beautiful
scone
Dancing wag enjoyed the music bo
hag furnished by an orchestra which
played many of the newest popular
airs Following The dancing pro
gram a glxcotirse supper was served
in the dining loom The tablo was
beautifully decorated and an enor
mous birthday cairo occupied the cen
ter of the table a unique plan being
carried out In the arrangement of the
birthday favors which were cunning
ly secreted In the side of the birth
day cake with ribbons attached and
extending to the dainty place cards
AL the close of the repast each guest
and the little hostess drew from the
cake a pretty gift that of Miss Hend
erson being a silver purse engraved
with a pretty monogram Miss Hend
erson was also the recipient of many
other birthday remembrances Guess
ing contests wore also a pleasant fea
ture of the evening Miss Dorothy
Blackman winning first prize and Miss
Ethel Harris the booby prize
The guests were Misses Florence
Wright Ethel Harris Kntheryn Hoag
Kathryn Joyce Lothclia Runyon
Louise Wright Mildred Barton Doro
thy Wright and Dorothy Blackman
MEETING AT ARMORY
The Harry A Young Auxiliary No
1 U S W V met in regular semi
Bion at the armory on Thursday even
ing at which meeting It was docldod
to give a card party which will bo
given at tho homo of tho president
Mrs Anna Batcholor Saturday even
ing Sept 17
Mrs Fiod King will entertain the
Pythian Sisters at ofIcors treat at
her home iti Twcntysevunth atreel
on Monday evening
MISCHIEVOUS BOYS CAUGHT
Provo Sept 10It has boon ascer
tained hy the officer JhaJ U wH
small bovs who c homes are in
Sparflah Fork who wore the culprit
that placed obstructions on the Salt
Lake Route railroad track near Span
Uh Fork omp time ago The de
linquent boya have been turned 011
to the Juvenile cpurMp bnjloalt with
find JudKO A 4I Noon amf ProballuU
Officer B F Ropfir went tQ Q4 1Jl
Fork Ye1jtercnt lnveatiglifoly JfiMJ
what will bo ilonr or what charge
Is to hi madr niraln the boys has
not yet been decided on
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ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Booked by the Great Orpheum Circuit
M Mycrfeld Jr Pres S Martin Beck Gen Mgr
FOR WEEK OPENING SUNDAY NIGHT SEPTEMBER 11
PROF APDALES ZOO CIRCUS It
The most novel and InteresUng ant mal feature ever exhibited
CLIFFORD AND BURKE
Those hilariously funny Burnt Cork Comedians
Direct from the Berlin Wint rgarden
d
THE FOUR CLIFTONS
Wonderful Models of Physical Culture S
S
HARRY ATKINSON
The Australian Orpheus In his Mar velous Imitations of Musical Instru
ments
JOHNNY SMALL S
And Hlr Small Sicters In Song Dance and Patter
S BARNES AND BARRON S
Presenting After the Reception i
THE KINODROME
Something new and Interesting In moving pictures
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA
PRICESNIGHTS 25 AND 50 MATINEE WEDNESDAY
AND SATURDAY 10 15 AND 25g
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MISS EVA FARR
will give four domestic science lectures and demonstrations in
the New High School Building at 3 oclock on the 1Hli
21st and 28th day of September beginning on the 7th Thcset
lectures and cooking demonstrations are free you should at
I tend them all
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No matter if you are 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
is certainly the way to all men 8 hearts Remember the four
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Wednesdays of September nt 330 in the basement of the
New Public High School We extend to the ladies of Ogden
a cordial invitation to attend these lectures
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UTAH liGHT fRYe C00
D DECKER Local Manager
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SUfflTT MI
Wife of a Physician Had
a Lover Who Proved
Untrue
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Los Angeles SepL 10Mrs M
Krauss wife of Dr Krauss said to
be a wellknown educator and physi
cian of Memphis Tenn shot and
slightly wounded Franklin H Griffith
a mining broker of this city today
She shot at Griffith three times with a
32callbro revolver ono bullet pass
ing through his right forearm Mrs
Krauss Is in jail
Mrs KrauBs had known Griffith for
several years and according to her
story had advanced to him consider
of min
able money for the purchase
ing stock which she said she after
ward found to be worthless She al
leged that Griffith had promised to
marry her as soon as she was able to
obuiln a divorce from DI Krauss but
that ultimately he had refused to do
so or maine any return of the money
I she had advanced
I She went to the brokers office to
day carrying a small revolver inside
her coat When she again demanded
tho return of her money Griffith I
slapped her she said She then drew
hor revolver and fired at him
I am a good shot and did not aim
to kill him I only tried to shoot him
through the arm she said
Ortflth claims that Mrs Krauss
camo to him and represented herself
lo and that when he
as a single woman
found that she was married he broko
off their engagement He also denied
he had taken money from Mrs Krauss
and on the contrary claimed that sho
had many times endeavored to extort
mon y from him
Mrs KrauBs gave her ago as 29
had been married
years and said sho
in Mem
to Dr Krauss nine years ago
phis Tenn but that they wore incom
patible and sho had left him with the
understanding hat she was to be al
lowed to obtain a divorce This dl
orce she believed had been recent
ly granted In Memphis
Mrs Krauss sent the following tom
gram to a Memphis newspaper friend
1 was forced to shoot Mr Grif
fith Please give me every protec
tion
MOTION CALENDAR
The motion calender of the civ
il division of the district court was
I disposed of by Judge Howell today
I as follows
James F Murray by guardian vs
I Utah Canning company demurrer tn
answer motion to strike Continued
1 Mrs A C Riley vs Geo C Strce
or motion to strike coat bill Grant
ed
Ivan Fisher vs Union Pacific
Railroad company demurrer to
amended answer Continued
A B Corey vs A Russell motion
for now trial Denied S
Charlotte A Raleigh Esq vs Dan
lei A Raleigh demurrer Overrule
J P ONeill Construction company
vfl Ogden City demurrer Contin
ued
u6dAlice Messerly vs George Mesnerh
order to show cause Continued
Robert S Fletcher ot al vs Annlo
f
E Lashus ot al motion to set aside
default Advisement
Geo Geanakoules vs Union Porl
land Cement company motion f Uc
new trial Continued
John C Bernard vs Fred G Elliott
demurrer Overruled
I 100 SALT LAKE AND RE
TURN 100
S Sunday Sept 11th via Oregon
Short Line Fortyfive minute train
leave 830 a m and 545 p in Tic
kets good on those as well as all other
trains City office 2514 Washington
avenue E A Shewe C P T A
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O B D Tiilbot a retired capital 0
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Tho boaring children Is frequently
followed l y poor health for the
i1f mother This supreme crisis of life
0 finding liar physical system unpre
pared for tho demands of nritura
loaves her with weakened resistive
powors and somotlmca chronic all
A I racnte This can ho avoided If
tK u o o
Mothcra Friend Li used hoforo the coming of baby and tho healthy woman can
I remain a healthy mother It Is tho only remedy that perfectly and thoroughly
tho system for healthy motherhood and brings about a natural and
prepares
I consummation of tho term Women who nso Mothers Friend are always
I saved easy much suffering when tho llttlo ono arrives and recover moro quickly and
with no ill effects or chronic troubles Every expectant mother should safeguard
her health by using Mothers Friend
J th preparing her physical condition J7j9g
for tho hour of motherhood Thin
I mcdicino is for slo4ttt4rn stores d
I Wrlto for free uoolc for oSpocfcfnt P
I mothers 1
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