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H ' g " - ' - ..-..- THE EVENING STANXASD, OGDEN, UTAIt, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912. ffl
HI CGDEN LAOY IS SUNG
H - Mrs. Car. Beveridge Can't Say
H Things Too Good About
H Plant Juice.
H Mrs. Beveridge, whose residence
H number Is 159 21st street, said to the
K Plant Juice man at Mclntyre's Drug
Hy Store, 2(21 Washington Ave:
H ,"I have lived here for the past IS
H jcars and fully that long or longer
H Ihave suffered with stomach trouble
Hf and constipation. I have taken
Hf evervthincr I could think of or that
Ht was recommended to mc and it seem-
f ed that nothing would do mc any
Hf good. M case was almost chronic
Hf and I was just about ready to give
V up when I was induced to' try your
! Plant .Juice and 1 want to say it has
done me more good than all the med
icine I have eer taken. I feel fine
h -ino more constipation, no more
H5 stomach trouble. I cat what I want
j I aud relish it. I think Plant Juice is
j I fine and I am telling all my friends
H ji about iu i can't say anything too
H good for Plant Juice. Plant Juice
H v has made thousands of this kind of
H ' ff.icnds in Utah It is purely vege-
1 table and harmless; acts on the di-
H gestlve" organs and the liver stimula-
H ting, digestion and causing the liver
Bri to throw off the impurities mak-
H ing It the best known treatment for
T j all derangements of the stomach and
H ; liver. Go today to Mclntyre's Drug
M ! Store, 2421 Washington and get a
M bottle. It is guaranteed.
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I JAMES M'GRUE
TELLS OF HIS
I ' DOWNFALL
M , According to James McGrue. the
M , , "hop head" now confined n the cit
H . jail for stealing articles from the store
HI J of the Salvation Army, It is easy to
I I ' get Into the habit of using drugs. In
H ! a conersation with Judge Reeder ne
H f told the story of nis life, relating lion
I ' he hecame a victim to the degrading
I "I was working for the Southen.
H Pacific company In Nevada as a tele
H graph operator," said McGrue. "and
H was making fairly good wages. Ai
H that time I had no bad habits ana
H was popular with the citizens of the
H small town where I was stationed. Pi
H '. nally a saloon man offered me a sal-
ary greater than I was receiving to
H work for him as barkeeper and I ac-
1 cepted his offer. For a long time I
(did not drink, but finally, through as
v sociating with drinking men I began
to Indulge and It was not long uniH
I was drunk a greater part of the'
time. From drinking I went to using
'dope' to drive away the blues on my
'mornings after' and for eight years
now it has been impossible for me co
lcae the stuff alone."
U j At tmes .McGrue talks rationally
' and still has a vestige of pride al-
1 j though he has been a drug user for
I eight years. He has several relatives
jL j to whom he writes at times, telling
gfejfi j them that he is still earning good
5 i money as an oporafor. although It has
&. ' been several ye-"s since he has sent
Sjfcr i or received a telegraph message
I I SACOS IS TO
I MEET AUGUST
w 5 ' ' Peter Sacos and Henry August havo
fe signed to meet next "Wednesday In a
ifM'S j wrestling contest to a finish.
jL I i I Sacos is to weigh in at ICO and
, i August at 165 pounds.
f fi -A side bet is being arranged and
&, 5l J considerable money may change hanrip
, i on the outcome.
L?i w j The contest will take place in the
y f People's theater on Twcntv-fiftb
f. j street.1
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- I COLORADO GIVES
! ' TAFT MORE VOTES
; , Denver, Colo.. Nov. S. As the coun
I of ballots continues tho standing of
the presidential candidates this morn-
.ing shows a marked change.
I Complete returns from 23 counties
including the city and county of Den
ver, and incomplete returns from 23
counties, with .10 of the C2 counties
of the state not reported, give lotate
Wilson: 86,212; Taft, 55.G83; Roose
Wilson's plurality over Taft, 30,520.
Of the total of 1.412 precincts in
' 1 i. the state reports have been received
'" from 1,3GG.
TO BE GUARDED
(I Paris, Nov. S -French economic
interests connected with the Panama
canal are to be placed under the pro
i tection of a committee organized by
; Rene Beranger, the French senator
Li . from Guadaloupe. The newly formed
body comprises several senators and
I doputies and the French "West Indies
I ad a number of prominent business
i I men.
M f rc
I Road the Classified Ads.
CONTEST IS CLOSE
. IN MANY STATES
Illinois Will Send Two Democratic Senators to
Washington By Narrow Margin Wyoming
On Belated Returns Swings to Wilson.
CALIFORNIA IS W fflR ROOSEVELT
Returns In Many States Still Incomplete and
Several Congressional Districts Are Still In
Doubt Socialists Show Big Gains.
San Francisco. Nov. S. Corrected
figures from Santa Clara county
showed that 43-1 voles have been
credited to Wilson in last night's to
tal by mistake. With this result In
cluded Roosevelt at 1 o'clock appear
ed to have a lead of 359 oted in the
Chicaeo, Nov. S. Sufficient Demo
cratic strength in the Illinois legis
lature to elect two .senators to suc
ceed Cullom and I.orimer appeared as
a possibility today with the I emo
cratic votes from southern counties
Though returns were so slow that
neither party would risk a definite
prediction, tho Democrats were hope
ful that late results would give them
77 representatives and 27 senators, a
total of 104 one more than a major
ityon joint ballot.
If they rmd themselves snort oi a
majority the Democrats may find
themselves compelled to appeal to the
Progressives for aid, which ma gio
the Progressives an opportunity to
name a United States senator for the
Medill McCormick. a Progressive J
wheelhorse. It was sairi loda. might
get his party's backing despite the I
Tact that Frank Funk, defeated candi
date for governor, has announced his
Based on incomplete returns ani
the comparative vote qf years ago. the
Socialist state chairman today com
puted tho Illinois vote for Dobs to be
SG.G00. of which G2.C0 represents the
Cook county poll.
The Proliibltion oto is estimated
to be 30.000 in the state, of which a '
third was in Coo'i county. Prohibi
tion managers declared they were1
pleased with the result, as they con
sidered the rlbc of the Progressive
)arty and the success of Wilson fa
vorable to a wider recognition of the
meilts of their propaganda.
Republican Is Ahead. .
Pierre. S. D.. Nov. 8. On the latest
returns from South Dakota ' Bryce
Republican carrliaie for goerno'
has a lead of 4,r9o oer Johnson
Wilson Plur.-.lity Grows.
Chicago. Nov. !. Go'.ernor Wilson'r,
plurality in Illinois continued to
mount todav as returns from the pre
cincts mlsintr last night lilterrd in
Twontv-four scattered returns gave a
not gain of l.SOl votes to the presi
dent elect rnd increased h' lenowr
lend over Theodore Roosevelt to ltj.
$73. Only 17 precincts remain in the
Official Count Necessary.
To;:eka. Kan,., Nov. 8. It will take
the official count to decide the gov
ernorship of Kansas. Capper. Repub
lican and Hodges, Democrat, are neck
and neck on romolete and unofficial
returns from all the 105 counties oT
A revised tabulation announced bv
the Kansas City Star at 1 o'clock th's
afternoon gave Capper the lead over
Hodges by G-Jl votes.
Republican Chairman Dolley at he
same hour said a corrected" tabula
tion made by his committee ga
Capper a lead of )63, without the mail
vote, the result of which will not be
known until lenisht or tomorrow.
The Democrats maintain that
j Hodges is elected.
FOR BOARD OF
In cities of the first cless there
are ten members of th.e board of ed
ucation, five 'of whom are elected
every four years, but In cities of the
second class there are only five mem
bers, all of whom are elected everv
four years. Salt Lake is a city o'f
the first class and Ogden i3 a city
of the second class. Salt Lake this
year has five holdover members of
the city board of education and will
elect five new ones. Ogden has no
holdovers and will elect a complete
board this year, the date of the ellec
tion being fixed by law as December
6, in both cities.
The Ogden board of education Is
made up of President M. S. Brownin"
Asael Farr, W. H Williams, Dr. C. e!
Coulter and Ilyrum Pingree. Mr!
I' IS THE BOOK OF GREATEST II
- II 'INTEREST IS I
II There are thousands of interesting: books, but the I
1 1 on of greatest interest is your bank book with in- 1 1
I ff terest credited to yonr account. 1 1
II ou are cordially invited to start an account 11 -
1 1 with us now, and get a Bank Book. 1 1
I Browning and Mr. Farr having served
eight iears, Mr Williams about five
years, ho having been appointed to
J fill the vacancy of Dr. R. S. Joyce
I who resigned, after being elected
to the position for four mears. Dr
Coulter and Mr. Pingree were elected
to their position on the board four
years ago. Dr Coulter is vice presi
dent of the board at this time
The present members of the board
are not seeking re-election this year
but all except President Browning
are said to be willing to again assume
the responsibilities, If the people de
sire them to do so. Mr Browning
says that he has sened the city eight
years in the interests of the educa
tional work and that he cannot serve
longer The board of education is an hono
rary function, there being no pecun
iary compensation The election will
Each municipal ward i3 entitled to
OGDEN MAN EAS'
! A SCHEME FOR-!
Frank M. Farreli has had publish-1
cd a bcoklct telling of a Teachers' j
Educational Pnrk." to be established
near Ogden at an outlay of $15,000,000.
which is to be promoted b) Mr Fai-i
tell and one million teachers in the
Un'tcd States. i
The scheme is to be brought to the
attention of the Cgden Publicity bu
icau for indorsement
Malan's Mc'ghts Is to be the silo
of the school.
Mr. Farreli, in his booklet, says:
Upon one side oi tho moun
tain, which is about four miles
acioss, it is proposed to build
230 modern school biilluinis lis
liu fcer, three stories high, with
kitchen, dining room and nath on
the first ilo:r, bed rooms ami
halis on the second floor and a
thoioughly snuipped school room )
on tho third floor. Each schoJl is
to be given 1C0 acres of land
Thirty boys are to be placed In '
each school. The estate wi.l be
stocked with two cows, three pigs
and ten chickens foi each boy, ,
and with a team and wagon and '
implements for each gioup. Each
boy attending the schooi will earn
his own way through school bv ,
working six hours daily, six days
per week, -with about the same
amount of timp set apnrt for i
study. Tfrus each boy would be ,
Independent and self-reliant.
Upon the opposite side tf the I
mountain will be erected 250 J
school buildings equipped for? iris.
They too would be required to paj
their way thiough school by vork
To this end creameries and facto- I
ries for breakfast foods, etc .
would be operated on the estate
Six hours daily of light, healthful t
work would paj the gill's way
and place a finished education .
within her Immediate reach. Thus
she could work and study with a
definite aim and ultimately leave
school a scholar, and better still, I
with a character formed that "
would sustain her through life and
reflect on the lives of others.
In the park and school estate -there
will be built annroxiraatelv
40 miles of railroad, together with
a line extending to the Ogden
union station, a distance of five
Tnlles. The railroad will be built
and operated by the school, the
profits of which shall go to the
support of the school.
By utilizing a mountain stieam
that flows through the estate, a
power house wiil be built and op
erated by the school, the pro
ceeds to go to the school fund.
Five thousand acres of the land
will be tiansformed into a park
or resort which can easily be
made the most attractive of anv
place in tho country. Here will
be artificial lakes and waterfalls
and streams of cold mountain
water In places the natural for
llage will be conserved, while or
namental and fruit trees will be
planted at various places on the
estate. On this resort beautiful
cottages will be erected on the
mountaiu side, together with a ho
tel to bo built at a cost of 52,
000,000. The promoter of this far-reaching
plan fully appreciates the
magnitude of the undertaking. He
has" estimated conservatively that
lo take up the option and finish
paying for the land, and make the
improvements park, resort, hotel,
power plant, railroad school
buildings together with the slock
and Implements necessary to suc
ccsHful operation, will call for an
outlay of approximately $15,000,
000. This can be raised within a
few months i( one mlll'on teachers
will become active and raise $15
apiece. The resort and park will
be an Incorporated companj own
ed and controlled by teachers and
Upon the receipt of 51 together
with the name and addiess, each
teacher or educator will be enroll
ed on our books as promoters 1
stockholders. I ask each teacher
I HEIGHT OF THE SEASON SALEt I
OF HIGH CLASS
jiSw Commencing Saturday, November 9th, and in- g
W$ fJgm eluding- the entire week up to Saturday, Novem- jjS 1 8
Ilk " Wis i ber 16th' we wU1 off er t0 the Ladies of den and S! j rt
i yTPS vicinity the most Gigantic Bargains in Trimmed, S ' I
MAMs Ready-to-wear and Untrimmed Hats, Ostrich i
WMMm P3umes, Fancy Feathers, Ribbons, Ornaments f,-.'iM, I g
WIl)$ir and a11 khlds of Millmerv Materials. Do not k mp ,' fj
wlill W overlook this opportunity to fill your wants in V&- 'R &
wl I rW fchis Great Sale' il eans a big saving to you in . , M P 5
"Wp v Dollars and Cents. '. h
COME AND LOOK AND BE CONVINCED ' 6
III " - TRIMMED HATS M &
H 0:l- LADIES' TRIMMED V '
Jjr j-a hats M:&ml .if
W Regular prices 59.00 and jM ' '
-' My, --A'. 510.00-WilI go at this fffl , ;i
i-tSYr ' Liidics' Misses' aud Children's iiir Jl. " '?
TVC. , .-, ready-to-wear Hats, large vnriely 25 PER CENT I . ?
iUV& ' ' rl Vv to select i'rom; values up to $2.50; " "nTQPnTTTvrT1 Jl ('
your choice 95c llOUUUlM 1 f
JNTRIMMED : ; on our entire stock of j j
SHAPES nigh class Pattern Hats f
Entire liuc uf Felt Shapes, values r Judies' and Misses' high-class up- c
up lo .H30. vimr I'liuicL- .S1.25 ffh to-date readyto-wcor Hats, values jj c
Large vm-ietx of Velvet Shapes, . ' M up to frJ.oO, your choice S1.45 j
:7.0:yZ ' i lBfe WP W I !
Jiest quality Hlaek Velvet Shapes, ' CW fflMSmVffl Tntanls ha,,d Wpu wool hned i ;
m all the very .atcst block,, val- x?WTOu imMMM r0l",CtS, orthI.?1'2- tth'?y?
ucs up to 6.00. vour choice I K llWiP ;stra 4gl1 (,Um '' hrlndiVi:t.Sl11; c"
lliKh-grade Jioaver Shapes, iu ffi l Mng &&gm
colors black, brown, navy, canli- MtoTOP W FANCY FEATHERS
nal. uray ;uid green: rc-riilar MAOYAwAvrWfi ''ii&'w . . . c n T-. ,,
prices ro and $6. vour choice M WMCOT ' JjTBC vnr,fetj of l ":-
i S'l YvXXi mXS?SffiuXA i' values up to $3, your choice. 4o
hiph lors'; white, pink, light ffiMSmWfm. ' f- '"' :'"r 95
blue, champagne; values up to kkMu ljMVgw(WyA , " . ' U1 ' T 11
$10; your choice $5.45 Silk aud Velvet Roses, uow all
iht stle, larce varie'-y lo select I
WILLOW AND FRENCH OSTRICH PLUMES from, at. ..:.: zst ;t
Willow Plume1., colors, black" or French Ostrich Plumes, 1 inch- iTT?r?rfc'iTQt T?TP"RA"TQt II
while, regularb $10, , ale pri-e es long, worth $2, at $1.25 K1JS1SU IN &. K11U1N.
now $6.05 est quality of plan; ami fancy
'Jreiuli Ostrich Plumes, 2 inch- Three in a bunch Klnck Tips. Ribbon-?. Aor1h 50c per yard.at . -
.cs long, worth $1.23, ai '...". Got1- worth 73c, at 45 this sale, per yard ..... .25? . ;
II Do Not Miss This Money Saving Milliner j' Sale at j .j
"THE . LEADER?,235iwasr I ;
II OGDEN'S LEADING MILLINERY DEPARTMENT STORE JC!Cf1j UC30 J t
y$m . . m , ' g 1 :
to act as treasurer and to hold the
other $H until the organization Is
perfected and Its officers duly
qualified and a treasurer elected
Thus the money received for en
rollment would pay option, incor
, poration fees and advertising with
the balance to be" applied on im
provements, which will start at
once and have it read for you in
the spring. There will be 2,000,
000 shares of stock, divided among
teachers and directors, that I con
sider will be worth $15,00.000.
"A dollar plays a very dingy
part till magnetized by some one's
grateful heart "
With several weeks of good, hard
practice and the experience of four
hard fought gaics l,ac'1 of them,
the members of the Ogdc-n high school
football team are confident that they
can win the game with Jordan high
school at Sandy tomorrow afternoon.
Since their game with .All Hallows
college Saturday the boys have be
come encouraged i"id havo "worked
hard during the past week No tlrno
has heen spent in learning new plays,
but Instead they have bceu perfect
big those which havo been used to
Rood advantage during the season,
'fhey have a sutUcIcnt variety of puz
zling tactics to work with now, and
by scattering tueh plays should be
able to kee'jTthe other team guessing.
The lineup for tomorrow will be cs-
sentlally the same as the one used
against All Hallows.
An enthusiastic assembly was held
in the high school auditorium this af
ternoon during the last period, the
students listening to speeches from
the different members of the team
and a short talk from Coach George
Brown. New and old yells were prac
ticed under the direction of the ell
masters, and much enthusiasm was
aroused for tho coming game.
From all appearances the team of
the Orange and Black will be accom
panied by quite a crowd of student
rooters when departing for Sandy in
MAY SOLVE HEADLESS
I BODY MYSTERY
Providence, R. 1., Nov 8.-In thej
trial of Henri Doslovers, the authori-j
lies hope to solve the mystery of lliO
"headless woman" murdor which uas
remained unsohod for nearly sli
months. On June 25 last some work-1
men discovered the headless body qf
a woman tied with rope aud weighted
1 with rocks floating in the Blackstone
Irivar near Woonsocket. Every effoit
to find the missing head, "without
which positive Identification was al
t most impossible, proved futile. 1
Investigation led to the conclusion j
that the body was that of Angclo Dcl
miirle, who had disappeared msterl
oii8ly shortly before the nude body
was found floating in the rier. As a I
result of those investigations the man
( Doslovers. a Franco-Belgian jam
spinner with whom the Delmarle wo
man lived, was ta"ken into' custody
a few days after the finding .of tho
body. Hg pleaded not guilty, but at u
hearing on July 27 he was held with
out bail for trial.
It was the supposition of the police
that the murder of the woman had
been committed somewhere in "Woon
3ockot and the dismembered remain's
carried to the river and sunk. But
the mystery as to tho place of tb? 1
crime remains as dark as that relating
to the disposition of the woman's
head. So far as knpwu the only tan
gible evidence connecting Dealovers
with the murder Is that he web seen
to be walking with the woman toward
the river on the night that sha Is s im
posed to have met her death.
Detectives specially employed by
Governor Pethler to work on the case
recently arre-ated Mr. and Mis. Desiroj
Capaert. who lived In the Deslovcrs'l
home at the time of the disappearance
of Mrs. Delmarle. Both protest their (
innocence, declaring that they know!
absolutely nothing of the circum
stances surrounding the movements
of the icthn of the murder before she
left her home.
I.os Angeles, Cal., Nov. S. The es-
tablishment of a chain of aeroplane!
depots along the Pacific coast a's .an
auxiliary to the coast artillery corps'
Is the purpose of the war depart
ment, according to Lieutenant An- g w
gustus M. Norton, coast artillery ; I V
corps, who is in Los Angeles today. . 1
Lieutenant Norton said a few officers j f ,J:
of the corps had been quietly trained ib ,!
In the handling pf biplanes, but that , -
the defense of this coast by the use I jTc
of aerial craft had been held iu abey- I '
ance until the practicability of such 6
a move had been proved by the army 1 .. "
land navy's use of aeroplanes. Nor- j jl
I ton said contracts for the construe- p K-i
tloh of a score of biplanes for the j. h -
Pacific coast aerial depots had been ll-
madc, and said he was on the way to r -r?
San Diego to select a siw thero, j. XI
'Was there an thing original iu the m
I speech at the banquet?" j'
I "Well, he admitted that he knew ho ' v
1 was to be called on." Cleveland ' -7
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