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2j?y ,HE EVENING STANDARD, OQDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, OOTOBER 8, 1912.
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' ' REFERENCES
A Black Bear rue disappeared, from
the porch of Mrs. T. H Carr, 2520
Jefferson. Liberal reward.
Thoro'o a photographer In town
! whose name is Tripp, S20 1-3 25th sU-
Ladlea Republican Club Tho La
diea Republican club -will meet at 2:30
p, m., Saturday at Republican head
quarters in the Hurst building. An
Interesting program is being prepared.
Wanted Boy with blcyclo to deliv
er. Watson-Tannor Clothing Co.
I At Weber Academy Miss Katharine
5 Baffett gave a reading on "The Com-
I J ing of the White Swan" at tho gen-
, 1 oral assembly of tho students of tho
i Weber academy yesterday The stu-
dents greeted tbla selection with so
I much jpplnu&e that Bhe responded
' with a humorous sketch, which was
( thoroughly onjoyed. Alva Scovillo de-
1 llvered an addross. Ho took for his
I, t ubject "Attention, the Mother of
1 , Memory." So many flno points were.
I brought out In his talk that ho was
3' heard with much enjoymeut.
I Chicken Ralsero Fresh ground
It bono dally at Washington Market
I if Saw the Fair Mrs. J. O. Read and
I I Mrs. M. C. Klnman were In Salt Lafco
1! yesterday attending tho fair
if Wanted A houso girl; a good place
1 and good wages for a good girl. Mr.
I K Culley, 2B79 Monroe. Telephone 1715.
, jtf Oonferenee Train A special train
1 m win be run for three dayB from Evan-
m tton, Wyo., to Ogden to accommodato
1 K those who -rrlBh to attend conference
In 8alt Lake. Tho train will arrive
Ik here at 11:80 o'clook In the morning
' Bt ,and will mako connections -with trains
1 lj for Bait Lake.
I "0. W. Tripp tho photographer In
j I JTmr town 320 1-2 2Bth street."
J I Judge Detained Judge James A.
Iff Howell expected to open his court In
j I- Ogden this morning but he was de
li lamed In Morgan county. He will
l 'havo legal matters to attend to at
I ; Farmlngton tomorrow.
I . Old paporB for sale at this office;
I; 1 2Go per hundred.
I: $mokor on Saturday Typographl-
I It cat union No. 236 will give a smoker
B 1 In Union Labor hall Saturday night
K In honor of the printers and newspa-
per men of Ogden. Salt Lake will
send representatives to the smoker
and a good time Is assured. Manv cf
the voterans of tho printing office
will bo there. W. W. Gillies, H. T.
Gravltt and B. F Reeder composo
tho committee In charge of the smok
or. Call 303 when you want beer, wines
or liquors, Foley's
Qymna3um Plans aro being per
fected for a largo gymnasium to be
built ae an annex to Weber Academy.
The money is to bo raised by tho
church and local supporters of tho
institution of learning.
Iuvcstigat our free introductory of
fer on beero, wines and liquors. Fo
ley's. Nov Home on Seventh Mrs. Wil
liam J. Manning Is building a resl
donce on Seventh streot, betwoen
Jefferson and Madison avenues, that
will cost In tho neighborhood of ?2,
500. CaO 421 for tho news, editorial and
eocloty departments of tho Standard.
Final Dlvorco In tho divorce ense
of Elva Brown against William Brown
a final decreo of divorce waa granted
by Judge Harrl3 yesterday afternoon
Home From East Robert Proudfit,
representing the Proudfit Sporting
tho Proudfit Sporting Goods company,
has returned after an extended trip
through the east, Including Chicago,
Milwaukee, New York and othor larse,
cities. Ho reports business cost Im
proving and politics far from exciting
or dltsurhlng to commercial Interests,
Klrkondall Undertaking Co., MaBOn
Is temple. Phone 150.
Some Pumpklne M. HInchclIffo
droro out in a- single rig to his farm
at Rivordalo, Intending to return with
a numbor of pumpkins to be distrib
uted to his frlonds. After ho had
loaded two of the pumpkins Into hie
wagon ho found ho had a load and,
no Bpace for more. The two weighed
230 pounda and either one "was a good
Myers Auto for hire. Stand, Elite
Cafe. Phone 72.
County Convention Saturday. On
Saturday, at 11 a. m., the Progressives
of Weber county -will meet In mass
convention at the court house to name
a county ticket. Any one who believes
In the principles of the Progressive
party will be allowed to participate
In the proceedings of the convention.
An artlclo of sterling quality
that's B & O Butter InBlst on your
grocor supplying you with this
Western Union Officers During
tholr stop in Ogden yesterday after
noon w. J. Lloyd, general superin
tendent of the mountain division of
tho Western Union Telegraph com
pany; 3. L. Brooks, dlvis'on traffic
superintendent, and S. F Leonard,
division commercial supcihitcudeut,
paid a visit to the local office but d
not discuss what Improvement ara
planned for Ogdon. Afr- making a
tour of :he Idaho offices they will
return to Ogdon for a longor elay and
it la probablo that tbo local office will
then learn the sham of the cxpendi-
I I OGDEN STATE BANK
III Capital 100,000.00
1 1! Surplus and Profits 150,000.00
III Deposits 1,900,000.00
I i The dignified, business-like way to pay your
I I bills is to
II ; Write Yomf Personal Clueek ,
if ; for the amount. That gives you a record of
If j the payment and a receipt.
; l YOUR BUSINESS CORDIALLY INVITED.
1 1 ' C. Blgelc- fr'rss. A. P. Bljelov. CaahioT.
If J. II. Brownlns. VIoo Prco. J. E. Htlveraor, .KstsL Crehlor.
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tures for Improvements in Utah is to
be allotted to Ogden
New Schedule Manager Read of
tho OKden Rapid Transit company
states that there is still a little mis
understanding regarding the schedulo
for the Tweuty-third streot line
which becamo effective today. He
says that tho car leaves the eastern
terminus of the lino at 6:22 1-2 a.
m C:52 1-2 a. m., and overr fifteen
minutes thereafter until 9:22 1-2 p.
m.; then every thirty minutes until
12:22 1-2 a. m.
Marriage Licence A marriage li
cense has been Issued to George D.
Painter of Salt Lake and Ebba Fred
ericks of Ogdon.
Prominent Speaker Ncphl L. Mor
ris, candidate for governor, will ad
dress the Progressive mass meeting
at the court house at 2 o'clock Sat
Advertleors mast havo tnelr copj
for the Erenlng Standard tho ovenln?
before the day on which the adrar
ilsoment Is to appear, in order to In
A mass convention of all the citi
zens of Weber county In sympathy
with the national and state Progres
sive party platforms is hereby called
to convene at Weber county court
house, Ogden, Saturday, October 5.
1912, at 11 a. m., for tho purpose or
placing In nomlnstion candidates for
the following offices to be voted for
at the November election:
Four state representatives.
One stato senator.
County commissioner (two-year
County commissioner (four-year
Precinct candidates may also bo se
lected. By Order of tho Weber County Cen
tral Committee, G. J. S. ABELS,
Chairman. JOHN GRIX, Secretary.
E. M. ALLISON SS
As simplicity marked his life, so
did simplicity murk the impressive
funeral services held for E. M. Alli
son, Sr.. In the Fifth ward meeting
house thlo afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Bishop H. C. Jacobs conducted the
services. Masses of flowors covered
the cnaket and were piled high upon
tables. The chapel was filled with
tho&e who came to pay their last re
Bpects. George Douglas and Myrtle Hlgley
with a quartette openod tho services
by singing "My Father Knows "
President C. C. Richards spoke of
his acquaintance with Mr. Allison and
of his great and noble character Pres
ident C. F Mlddleton comforted tho
family by his kind words concerning
Two of Mr. AllLson's old frlonds,
George Beard and E. H. Rhead, whom
he know In Coalville, spoko of their
friendship and of the mauy pleasant
days thoj hai spent together in tho
days gono by.
The other musical numbers wore
"Beautiful Isle," snng by a quartette,
consisting of Jod Ballantyno, George
Douglas, Leo Madson and Francis
Goddard and a duet, "Come Unto Me
and Rest," by Myrtle Higley and Geo.
Bishop Jacobs clot-ed the Borvlces
with comforting remarkB A large
cortege followed tho hearse to the
Ogden City cemetery
Edward Martin AlllBon, Sr., was
born March 9, 1840, at York, York
shire, England. Ho was tho son of
Robert and Mary Allison, of Scottish
descent At the age of 15 he had
completed his apprenticeship to a tai
lor, and became a member of the
Church of Josus Christ of Latter-Day
Saints at about the same time. He was
tho only member of a large family
to embrace this rollglon, and was the
only one to be baptized at this time
In the city of York.
Soon after this he took passago for
America and landed at Now Orleans
From New Orleans ho went to St.
Louis where he worked for some
time, after which ho went to GalveB
ton, Texas Here he joined a party
of "Mormons" under Preston Thomas,
who were purchasing cattle in Tex
as and driving them to Utah. He ar
rived In Lehl, Utah, in 1S55.
In 1SC2 ho was married to EHza
Brirun, and took an active part In
tho colonization work In this state.
Ho participated in the Black Hawk
Indian war and In the Johnson army
Moving to Coalville In tho Weber
vallej, In 1S6G, ho assisted In the
development of that country, and also
nssisted In the completion of tho
Union Pacific railroad.
For fifteen years he was the sheriff
of Summit county and waa considered
one of the bravest and moat trust
worthy officer? In tho slate. He aid
ed In tho arrest and conviction of
many of the moBt notorious outlaws
that Infested Utah at that early date.
In 1R92 he was appointed superin
tendent of the State Industrial school
and he moved to Ogden. Far flfteeu
years he served in this capacity, and
no successful were his efforts in that
Institution, that, -when he resigned,
the board of trustees passed a reso
lution Inviting his advice on the fu
turo management of the school. Since
that time Mr. Allison has onjoyed a
few ypnra of contentment at his cot
tage home on Twenty-fourth street.
Surviving Mr Allison are his age-d
wife, Eliza Allison, and eight children,
all of whom wore at his bedside when
tho end came. The children are: E.
M. Allison, Jr., of Salt Lake: William
Allison, Carl AlllBon. Curtis Alison,
Mrs. Lena Fisher, Mrs. Minnie Co
11ns, Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. David
Mattson, all residents of Ogdea. '
Col. Roosevelt Reaches
Oyster Bay After His
Oyster Bay, N. Y.. Oct. 2. Thco
doro Roosevelt reached home last
evening after hla long western and
southern trip and will Bpend -a few
hours with his family before resum
ing campaign activities.
The colonol denied himself to visi
tors and planned to remain in quiet
until tonight when he will return to
New York for a campaign conference.
Late Thursday night he will leave for
Washington to give I1I3 testimony on
Friday before the senate committee
investigating campaign contributions.
At tomorrow night's conference
Colonel Roosevelt expects to meet
Comptroller William A. Prendergast
of Now York City. State Chairman
William Hotchklcs of the Progressive
party, Frank A. Munsey and George
Colonel Roosevelt hoped, he said,
that Governor Hiram Johnson of Cal
fornla and Oscar S Straus, Progres
sive candidate for governor of New
York would Join tho conference at
which campaign plans will he dis
cussed. The colonel probably will
leave next Monday for tho middle
President Will Have No
Electors on the Cali
San Francleco, Oct, 3. President
Taft will bo without representation
from California In the electoral col
lege. Not n vote for him can be cast
in the stat9 unless it bo written in.
By decision of the state supreme
court today electors plodged to him
cannot appear on the ballot in the No
The date for filing nominating pe
titions has expired but were It oth
erwise, that outlet would still bo clos
ed to tho Taft electors, for the minor
ity convention which nominated them
docided not to circulate petitions, but
to rely on their mombcrship In tho
national Republican party, whose
nominees at tho Chicago convention
they wero supporting.
The constitutionality of the Btato
primarv law was not Involved In tho
proceedings today. Because of their
court as petitioners tho Taft attor
neys could not bring it up; but thoy
state after the decision it would bo
brought up aftor the November elec
tion. "What the delegates do after they
assemble In convention, ' said Chief
Justice Beatty, "la a matter that rests
with their own consciences."
"In my opinion, it is a very bad
law," continued the chief Justice. "It
disfranchises about half tho voters of
this state and deprives them of the
free exercise of their functions as In
dependent electors As to the pro
vision contained in It, providing that
state holdover senators may be qual
ified and are qualified to sit as dolo
gates to help choose presidential
electors I seo that one-tbird of the
voters aro posItlely with the right
to express their freo choice In this
event, if I am correct with ray fig
ures, the Democratic votors In four
teen districts were disfranchised, tho
voters In six Republican districts
"It Ib not justifiable, but It Is tho
law. This court, however, Is bound
by the law and as long as It Is con
ceded by both sides that tho law has
boen correctly Interpreted here there
Is nothing to do but sustain the de
murrer of tho attorney general and
deny tho plea, of the petitioners "
"I know of no other state In the un
ion that has a primary law such as
tho one in force In this state," re
marked Attornoy General Robo of tho
Smiling broadly, Chief JubMcoj Beat
""There Is no other such law. Mr.
Rose, and It will probably be a long
time before another one like It is en
acted." The court held that the state laws
define political parties within the
state and that the courts cannot con
sider the rulings of a national parti
es applied to the state
The court observed that It was juql
as wrong under tho California law
for the national committee of the Re
publican party to contend that tlto
Sacramento convention should be
bound by the acts of the Chicago con
vention as it was for the national par
ty to insist that the only legal elec
tion of delegates to the Chicago con
vention was bj- the district rulo when
the kiw held that the delegates, should
be elected at large
San Francisco. -Oct 3. Whether
or not there shall be any Taft olec
tors upon the November ballots In this
state depends upon the ruling of the
stato supreme court upon a question
argued before it today Tho Issue is
presented to the court in the form of
an application by attorneys for the
Taft Republican organization of the
state seeking to have inado permanent
an alternative writ obtained some
days ago directing Secretary of State
Frank C. Jordan to designate on tho
ballot as Republicans the presidential
A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.
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FHULT.MPHHS, Prtfr 37 Brai iesu SteJ, KwrTok
electors named by the 'fait adher-
ents In the convention whloh fol
lowed their bolt frm the Republican
legislative convention at 3aeraznnto
controlled by Roosevelt supporter.
Tho Roosevelt mon have protected
their ticket by obtaining enough pe
titions In accordance with the state
primary law to Insure a place on the
ballot whatever the court's finding.
Tho Taft men, however, abandoned a
similar plan, and should the court rule
against thom, thr yrfXl bo no Taft
ticket in the field In California at the i
David S. Rose, former mayor of
Milwaukee, was scheduled to mako
tho principal argumont for tho Taft
adherents while Raymond Benjamin,
assistant to tho attorneygeneral, rep
The court may or may not pass
upon tho constitutionality of the stato
primary law. Attorneys for the Taft
wing of the partv did not plan to at
tack tho constitutionality of the
statnto as their main nrgument-
m AS. F. WALSH
FALLS AND IS
Charles F Walsh, the aviator, who
thrilled so many people by his daring
flights at the Four-State fair in Og
den lost fall, fell with his aeroplane a
distance of 2,000 feot in Trenton, New
Jersey, this afternoon, and was in
While he was making flights In Og
don, his wife would hldo her heod be
cause sho was afraid that every time
ho made a flight it would be his lost.
She had oppressed her certainty that
at some time or other hor husband
would be killed.
Walsh was a young man and was
an experienced flyer. Those who saw
his flights In Ogden will remember
tho beautiful ascents and descents, as
well ns the perfect control, ,he had
over his machine.
Ijob Angeles, Oct, 3. "I simply ask
a fair chancee to show this. thing up,"
declared City Prosecutor Guy Eddy,
in a statement today asking the pres
ident to suspend judgment. Ho was
arrested yesterday charged with con
tributing 'to the delinquency of a
minor on a warrant sworn out by D.
F. Mclaughlin of the humane society,
and will be arraigned tomorrow In the
According to McLaughlin's charge,
he learned that Mrs. Alice Phelps,
aged 20, had made three visits to tho
prosecutor's office and directed that
she keep au engagement she said she
had with Eddy yesterday.
When sho did so Eddy was arrest
ed, the humane officers stating thoy
had previously bored holes In the door
of Eddy's office to aid them In break
ing In. and others arrangod to trap
Eddy said he was Instructing Mrs.
Phelps In the duties sho was to un
dertake ao an agont of his office in a I
campaign against vice. (
The following real estate transfers
have been made;
F. Allen McGuirc and wife to Carl
C. Rasmussen, lota 1, 2 and 3, Kls
sock's subdivision of block 24, plat
C, Ogden survev. Consideration $1,
000. William Glasmaiin and wifo to the
Ogden River Reservoir company, a
part of tho southeast quarter of sec
tion 6 and lots 3 and 4 of tho north
west quarter of section 1, all in town
ship C north, range 3 eastf of tho Salt
Lake meridian Consideration SI and
othor valuable considerations.
Joseph L. Carlson to S J, Kaplan,
a part of lots A and 5, block 7, Ogden
Flvo Acre plat A, Ogden survey Con
After a very pleasant visit In Los
Angeles, and other southern Califor
nia points, Mrs. R. A Wolls has re
turned to her home in Ogdon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. RIchtor leave for
the coaBt, Friday night, on a throe or
four months' pleasuro trip.
The Historical society will meet at
2:80 p. m., Saturday, October 5, with
Mrs. John W. Bishop at her home,
Thlrty-Beventh and Grant avenue.
CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY.
The Children's Aid socloty will
meot at 3 p. ra . Friday at tho homo
of Mrs. John Culley when matters of
muoh importance will come before
the society and a full membership is
expected to bo present.
A verv pleasant Biirprl?e party was
given at tho home of Mrs. Mary Doyle.
2938 Washington avenue, in. houor or
Miss Pearl Peck. A fine dinner wab
served, after which tho ovonlng was
spent In music and games.
Surrounded by hor relatives and a
few closo frlonds, Miss Etta 8taley,
daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. William
Staloy, 2620 Moiroe avenue, became
the bride of Carl Schilling of San
Francisco at 8:30 o'clock
last evening. Rev. F. G. Brainerd
performed the ceremonv In the par
lors of the First Congregational
For this occasion, tho parlors were
beautifully decorated in autumn
leaves, making a beautiful setting for
the ring service The bride wore a
neat traveJing Biiit of blue and was
attended by MIbs Monlda- Browning.
The Lyceum Theater I
I Will Open Monday Night, Oct. 7, with the I
j EMPIRE STOCK CO. I
i Presenting I
"The FIowcf j
I the Ranch"
With Miss Ada Daniels and Roy Walling in the 1
I - Leading Roles. 1
I LYCEUM PRICES. I
j Independent Meat Co. I
I 2420 Wash. Ave. . Phone 23 1
J SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK I
Sirloin Steaks3 Per Pounds- I
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I Be sure and see our window for Saturday's I
I Independent MeaCo.
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Health and Be&isty Answers
BY ilRS. 3IAE MAFvTYX.
B. Sister: It is right that the pa
trons of your "beauty parlors should
object to shampoos as made from
soap on account of the great danger
of tho aoap alkali ruining tho lustra
of tholr hair. Try a shampoo made by
dissolving a teaspoonful of canthrox
in a cup of hot water, and after a
shampooing, rinse the hair as uaual.
Canthrox makes the most satisfactory
shampoo imaginable and leaves no bad
effects. It lathers splendidly and is
the best and most thorough scalp
cleanser I havo over seen. It relieves
scalp-irritation and leaves the hair
bright, soft, fluffy and easy to do up.
This shampoo permits the hair to dry
quickly, Is very beneficial and "will not
causo faded, streaky or discolored hair
as soap and most shampoos aro likely
Mrs. L. G : It is not necessary that
your face reflect your age You could
easily havo a much finer, clearer,
smoother and more youthful complex
Ion If you quit using powdor and tried
a good lotion Dissolve four ounces
spurmax In a half-pint hot wator cr
witch hazel and add two teaspoonfuis
glycerine. Apply this to your face,
neck and arms, and It will improve
your looics wonacriuuy 11 v,m bu
and whiten your skin and remove that
shiny, greasy look. This inexpensive
lotion will not rub off like powder, and
Is vory beneficial in preventing and
removing freckles and skin-pimples,
and is a wonderful Bkln beautifler
You can get anything I recommend at
almost any drug storo.
'Weak Eyes"- Wearing glasses Is
not likely to holp your weak, dull. In
flamed eyes. What you need Is a good
sirongthenlng eye-tonic. The next
time you go to a drujr store gt an,
ounco of crystos and dissolve It In r.
pint of water. Drop a few drops oT
this in each eye occasionally and you
will be surprised how soon it will give
you relief. It will not smart or burn
the eyes and Is a perfectly reliable
tonic for anv one to use. who has eye
troubles It is splendid for treating
watery, expressionless eyes or granu
lated lids. It makes the eyes bright,
Strong and sparkling.
R K..I would advise you to seek
health first, before beauty. You day
you are not sick, but that you feci
tired always, look sallow and havo
pimples and eruptions. Try thlo homo
mado blood-purifier and system toulc:
Got from your drngglst one ounce of
kardene, dissolve it in one-half pint
of alcohol (not whlskoy), and add
one-half cupful of sugar, then enough
hot water to make a full quart Tako
a tablospoonful before each meal. This
romody should tone up your system
and build up your strength. It aids
digestion, arouses a torpid liver and
purifies tho blood. Whon your blood
la pure, your sallowness and pimples
The brother of the bridegroom, Wal
ter Schilling of San Francisco was
Whon tho ceremony was completed,
tho couplo left Immediately for Salt
Lake where apartments had been re
served at the Hotel Utah, Thoy will
leuvo for Lob Angoles today and aftor
a tour of the southorn port of Cali
fornia, and a Bhort stay in Redwood
City thoy will make their homo in
will disappear and you will have more
strength and energy
Grace: No, I know It doesn't add to
your peaco of mind when you are con
scious that you aro getting so fat that
your dross is continually gaping in
"the back and you fear the constant
strain will prove too much for tlie but
tons. If you want to cut down your
flesh without starving yourself or
without tiring and futile exercise, go
to our druggist and get four ounces
of parnotis. Dissolve it in 1 1-2 pints
of hot water, then tako a tablespoonf.il
beforo each meal. Your double chin
and shortness of breath will soon dis
appear, for I know several cases
where parnotis look off superfluous
fat at the rate of several pound3 a
JesBlo P. H.: Some sago dressings
are beneficial to tho scalp, but. I nev
er recommend them on account of tho
dangor of staining or discoloring the
hair. If you want a good, dependable
remedv for dandruff, itching scalp and
falling" hair, try an ounce of qulnzoln
dlsaolvod in one-half nlnt of alcohol
(not whiskey) and add one-half pint
water. This will put your hair and
scalp In a healthy condition. Apply
tho tonic twice a week, rubbing It
gently Into the halr-rootc. It is freo
from oil and makes a flno dressing
for the hair 1 know of many who
were troubled with "hopeless" cases
of dandruff and falling hair that found
this an Ideal tonic
Madge. For your hollow cheeks and
wrinkled face, I recommend frequent
applications of a good greaBelofls com
ploxion croam Jelly, also brisk mas
saging. By Btlrrlug together one
ounco ahnozoln, two teaapdonfuls gly
cerine and one-half pint cold water,
allowing to stand over nlg1iT7 you will
havo an extra good complexion cream.
Uo this nlso for mas?aglng and It
will clear up your skin fine, remov
ing all dirt from the pores and soon
you will find your complexion smooth,
"fresh-looking and unwrinkled. This
is an excellent cream for treating
blackheads, freckles and roughuess oi
tho skin and will rid your face of those
very largo pores.
Mary B.t Applying a delatone pasta
to the hairv surface for two or three
minutes will remove every trace ol
hair from your skin. To prepare, m'
enough powdered delatone and water
to covor the hairs not wanted. After
it is removed ihi skin should bo wash
ed carefully. ThiB mothod is unfailing
and is not Injurious to the most sen-
slttvo skin. H
B. D.: Your eyelashes will grow ion H
and havo a " silken curl if you apply
pyroxin at laBh-roots with thumb and M
forefinger. Straggly eyebrows wir H
come In thick and glossy meroly bj M
rubbing pyroxin on with finger-end H
Bo vory careful apd don't got pyi'oxls H
whoro no hair is wanted. (Advertise- jH
Palo Alto, Cal., where thoy will bo al H
homo to tholr friends after Novom- IH
bcr 15. IH
Tho bride. Miss Etta Staley, has re- IH
sided in Ogdon for tho past ten years H
and was a social favorite. H
Carl Schilling is tho son of A, VM
Schilling of tho firm of A. Schilling A IH
Co., Importers of teas, coffees and IH
spices, Tho young man is a' membei H
of tho firm. H
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