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1 . THE EVENING STANDARD. OGDEN. UTAH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912. 7 H
1 060ER BLACKSMITH
I GETS SATISFACTION
3g , Albert C. Broshears Says He Can
eg J( Recommend Plant Juice
ji j to Every One.
"My trouble has been my liver an
!,tomach," said Albert A. Broshears
wnose residence number Is 2-143 Un
( coin Ave., thlj city. K0r the past veai
j I have been troubled continuously wiih
. Indigestion and constipation. I had to
be very careful what I ato for there
were so many things that would not
agree with. During tho past vear I
have taken a lot of different kinds of
medicine, but none of them gave mc
more than temporary relief till r took
jour Plant Juico. r have taken tu
bottles and It has fixed me up; in good
g shape I am reeling good now. I eat
i heartily and digest everything I eat-
My bowels are In fine condition and I
I give Plant Juico credit for all. I can
( most heartily recommend your Plant
Juice to any-one who suffers as I did."
j Mr. Broshears, who haB lived in Og
i den for the past nine months and who
is quite well loiown In our city. Is Just
f another of our hundreds of daily con
j verts to the wonderful healing and
curative properties of Plant Juice.
I Plant Juice is tho greatest tonic of
the age for tho healing of add de-.m-
rangements of the stomach, liver, kid-
?Ik neys and blood- The Juices of the
e. plant arc so compounded as to aid tho
U d'SCstlon, clean the liver, stimulate
jgS the kidneys and clean the blood, thus
jw making It the groat human renovator
fm known to medical science.
j3 Call today on the Plant Juice dem-
tm onstrator at Mclntyre's Drug Storo,
S 2421 Washington Ave., and he will be
$a pleased to tell you all about this great
rX tonic. (Advertisement)
I Our Fresh ieaf
I Is tha best that
I I money ean buy
I Our Raneh Iggs
u? Are absolutely fresh ; they cost
"a, money but that's not our fault,
(Any eggs retailing for less
15 are CALLED fresh).
FOR YOUR MINCE MEAT
7B Finest fresh meat, 3 lbs... 25c
$ New package raisins, 3 for.2oc
jjjj' Best cleaned currants, 3 for 35c
rig' Fancy Rhode I. Greening ap-
$ , pies, bushel $1.50
K New Citron Peel, lemon and
$ f Orange, pound 17c
fj High Pat. Flour (with 50c cash
of order), sack $1.00
I Smith grocery
1 26th and Wash.
1 Phone 91. '
m SHOULDER BRACE
M ' EXPANDS THE LUNGS
lM INSURES DEEP BREATHING
I DRUG CO.
$ Prescription Specialists.
b 2433 Wash. Ave.
J! Ohoioeat and latest patterns
p?9 in Dicnerware at prices to suit
'M all. New arrivals every day
flSj of fanoy china.
M E. A. OLSEN
& 2269 Wash. ' Phono 1100.
E! Silverware and Cut Glass
M HARDWARE CO.
03 , 2455 Washington Ave.
Mi LA RUE'S "Nor-vo-ino" for 1
"ff"' tho man who feels ho Is all H
$ I in; acts quickly, restores vital- 1
e& 1 i'y. corrects Inaomn'-, and H
fcS I brain fatigno; "makes a new H
W ' 1 raan of 70u;" prico ;i box, 3
VtP n for 12.50 by mall. A. R. Mc-
.yrft jj Intyro Drugs. 2521 Wash. Ave. g
-Si j 1 Safe Deposit Vaults.
f.tf The safe deposit vault is an Amerl
JSI can idea, and was developed at tho
01$ time of tho Civil war. Bank robberies
3&C ere so frequent at that time that
itfij banks refused to take care of their
( customers' valuables. An lnstltuton
ljf referred its ellontB to the pcrtor as
Jh billing to take tho risk. For a small
Sjfi', turn ho look charge of the boxes and
mM safes and mado a fortune From this
tipa?' arose the modern safe deposit, vhich
.$ a is now part of every' bank. Tho Eng-'-'i
Ush, ovor r.low and cautlouB, did not
SSr take quickly to tho idea of storing
-f tholr valuables in public vaults, when
ej52h, the Idea was introduced In London,
n$5 aad It wan 25 years before safe do-
Posit vaults wero widely established.
kil Kad tho Classified Ad3.
For Editorial, f:07a and Society
Department, Call Only Phono No
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call PhoM8 No. 66
Grand Character Ball Will bo giv
en at the Mound Fort Amusement
Hall, Friday, November 22, under tho
auspices of tho Seventh Ward Relief
society. Prizes and refreshments.
Chief Veterinarian Dr. F. J. Drake,
chief veterinarian for the Utah Con
struction company, has returned to
Ogden and will remain here a few
days beforo -going to southeastern
Utah, where tho company is working
on contracts for the Rio Grande. He
has visited the camps of the company
in Idaho, Nevada and California.
Tho best NUT COAL offered to the
public at the lowest prices. Try It
and bo-convinced. $4.75 per ton "de
livered, Frank Moore Coal Co., Phono
Pocatello Editor William Wallln,
editor of the Pocatello Tribune, is in
Ogden attending tho dedicatory serv
ices of the Elks' club. He will rcpro
sent the grand chaplain at the serv
ices. When you call for bread be suro you
get Blue Ribbon Bread.
Chautauqua Circle The annual
meeting of the Chautauqua Literary
and Science Circle will bo hold to
night at the city hall, when officers
for the next year will be elected. Out
lines for tho winter's reading will
also be given out The course this
year will include reading on European
travel, science, literature and social
conditions. Mrs. L. Frey, tho state or
ganizer, and the committee will be at
the meeting tonight.
Kirkendall Undertaking Co., Mason
Is temple. Phone 150.
Funeral at 3:3t) Funeral services
for W. S. Council, whoso death oc
curred last Sunday, will be held at
the Eighth ward chapel at 3:30 Thurs
day afternoon, instead of at the Lar
kin chapel as previously announced.
Bishop James Taylor will preside ocr
Try B & G butter It has no equal.
Station Named Daly To honor the
memory of Jerry Daly, the Denver &
Rio Grande railroad has named a now
stop on its main Hue after the vet
eran Ogden conductor Mrs. Daly has
Just received a copy of the order Jer
ry Daly was one of the most popular
conductors on the road and his loss
was deeply felt when he died Septein
bei I from heart failure as ho was
about to take his run Tho new stop
is located between mileposts 551 anJ
552 on tho main line.
Investigate our rreo introductory nt
fr on beers, wines and lienors Fo
ley's. Houses Must Be Cleaned W. H.
Cromptou, the owner of the house
occupied by Chinese at 253 Twenty
fifth street, and Mrs. Mary Goslinq,
who owns the other Chinese house at
131 Twenlv-flfth street, havo received
i notice from Sanitary Inspector Geo
Shorten that the buildings must be
cleaned up in five days. If the ordi
nances aro not compiled with in that
line, the city will begin condemnation
Call 103 when you want beer, wines
cr liquors. Foley's
Royal Arcanum The Ogden lodge if !
the Royal -Arcanum will lie vlElted to-!
morrow even'ng by F. T McFadden,
sup) erne regent of the lodge Mr ,
McFadden's home Is in Richmond, Va .
but he has been making a trjp to thf
lodges throughout the country and is
coming from Salt Lake tomorrow ac
companied by a delegation of fift
lodgemen. After the train arrives
from Salt Lake at 8 o'clock the lodge
men will meet at their quartern in
the Eagle hall, where a program and
banquet has been arranged.
Cal 421 for the news, editorial anrt
society departments of the Standard.
W. O. W. xV special Invitation will
be held In connection with tho second
social meeting to be given tomoirov.
evening bo1 tho Woodmen of the Woria
!n the Knights of Pythias hall Judge
J. A, Howell will deliver an address
and special musical numbers will be
given by Matthew Gait and James
Ford, assisted by an orchestra.
Old papers for sale at this office-.
25c per hundred.
Lecture At the Weber academy
this evening L. H. Austin will give a
lecture on tho "Famous Mausoleums
of the World." Interesting views of
the Campo Santo, at Geneva, Italy,
the Pantheon, at omo, and the famous ,
Taj Mahal of Agra, India, will be
shown. Tho lecture will begin at S.
Marriage Llcencea Last evening .
ruarrlago licenses wero issuod to Ai -,
uold T. Rend of Ogden and Ethol G. .
Taylor of RIverdale; Brlgham A.
Bingham and Eva Viola Stratford of
Wilson; Emer A. Bcesley and Grace
Woodmanscc of Roxburg, Idaho; John
Roylance of North Ogden and May
Shipley of Burch Creek, Clyde R.
Fuller of Eden and Sarah E. Cramer
of HuntBVlllo; John Howard Jenkins
and Athleen Woods of Osden.
Guardalnohlp In the matter of the
guardianship of Herbert Hinloy ot al..
minors, a final decree of discharge of
the guardian has boon isMied by
Judge Howell In the district court.
Mortgage Foreclosure This morn
ing in the district court R. T, Harris
commenced suit against Margarot E.
Overton and J. J- Brumm.itt et al.
to recover $1,400 with Interest and
(150 attorney fees, together with the
costs of court, alleged to be due on
certain promissory notes. The notes
aro allegod to be secured by mort
gages and tho plalntitff asks that they
Divorce Proceedings Frank Park
er has commenced divorce proceed -hies
in the district court against
Mary Kcclcy Parker on tho ground of
desertion. Tho parties were married
in Missouri December 14, 1309 Mrs.
Parker left homo March 12, 1011
New Manager W. T. Maddock has
been appointed to the position of as
sistant general manager of the Utah
Light & aRilway company In Utah to
succoed R- . Hunt, deceased It Is
said that Mv. Maddock la the railroad
man of the Utah operations of tho
company controlled by tho Harrlman
Interests. He will attend to all rail
road business that the light company
has in the state.
Advertisers must have their copy
ready for tho Evening Standard tho
even ins beforo the day on vhlch the
advertisement is to appear in order to
I WOULD LIKE TO SEE
I CANNOT CURE.
F. J. FREENOR, D. C.
DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC.
2411 WASH. AVE.
ROOMS 13-14, 2411 WASH AVE
9 TO 1:30 A.; 1 TO 5 P., 7 TO 8 P.
TO TIE BEE
George Tankerslcy, vho has but re
cently been discharged from tho Dee
hospital where he underwent treat
ment for injuries received In a wreck
at Deeth, Nev , August 31, fell in a
fit this morning at 8 '30 o'clock uear
the Western Union office and Injured
himself so that he was sent back to
tho hospital. The wound in his head
waB reopened and ho is now In a
Tankerslcy was taken to tho pollco
station yesterday while suffering from
the effects of alcohol, but was releas
ed at C:30 o'clock this morning. Two
hours later a call came from the
Western Union that a man was In
jured near there and Detective Geo
Ward law responded with the patrol
wagon Tho injured man waa placed
on a stretcher and was taken to the
police station to await an examiantion
by City Physician Walter Whalen
Upon nrrival the doctor fouud thr.t tho
man was seriously injured and he or
dered him taken to the hospital
George Tankerslej was employed
by tho Southern Pacific company as
a brakeman at the time of his Injury
His skull had been opened and he was
only given a short timo to live An
operation was performed and part of
tho brain. Since then the man has
NOT TO BE
At a brief meeting of the city
board of commissioners this morning
on the recommendation of Mayor A. G
Fell, superintendent of the waterworks
department, the petitions of properly
owners for an extension of water
mains en King and Capitol avenues
were not allowed, It being ordered
that they be deferred for tho present.
The mayor explained in his com
munication to the board that water Is
being supplied in hece dl'ti!ct3
through pines belonging to private nar
Ijes aud that at this time there Is no
necessity for extending the city mains
WM. ALLISON IS
IN CMEGE AT
William Allison is to be temporarily
in charge of the Utah Hot Springs and
he will lomain as managrr until the
company makes a selection for the
place. Mr Allison has other business
which will prevent him remaining at
the Bprlngs an great length of time
Tho springs arc to be improved and
made more attractive as a sanitarium.
A Tower of Skulls.
In 1S09 the Turks defeated the Ser
vians at Nl3h, and In memory of tho
victory built a tower of Btonc and j
Servian Bkulls. At ono timo visitors
end tourists used to carry away skulls
&b souvenirs, and not po many years
ago the heads were still to be seen
embedded in tho walls. When Nlah
became Servian, however, as many
skulls as could be extracted were giv
en Christian burial. A few still re
mained, too firmly held by the plas
ter, and of these two, In a glass case,
are shown at the memorial church
close by. Wide WorW Magazine.
Keeping Water Cold.
If you aro in the habit of taking a
pitcher of lcod water to your room on
retiring, try tblo: Procuro a square
pasteboard box (with lid), sufficiently
large to bold your pitcher, and give It
two or three coats of varnish on tho
outside, allowing each coat to dry
thoroughly. Placo your pitcher of wa
ter In this box on retiring, putting tho
lid on tightly, and you aro aure of:
hnving cold drinking -water any hour
of the night.
Smallest Book In tho World.
Tho smallest book la tho world Ib In
the library of congress, alwaya under
lock and key. It 1c a copy of the Ru
baiyat of Omar Khayyam. Tho tiny
volume was mado by Nathan Dalo of
Cleveland, O. It was photographed,
each pngo eopArately. Four books of
tho came slzo would Juat cover a post
ago stamp. Threo hundred of them
would weigh a pound.
I Ogden 's "No Kick" Store ! I
i Congratulations to the Elks on Jheir New Home. It Is.a Credit. M
I Here's An Extraordinary Offer 1 I
H Special discounts on all Dining Room Furniture until Thanksgiving. This includes IS M
H Dining Tables, Chairs, Sideboards, Buffets, China Closets, etc. M
i HYRUM PINGREE, Manager. M
Official Canvass Thus
Far Shows Roosevelt
San Francisco. Cal., Nov. 20. Tab
ulation of the state vote for Roosevelt
.mil Wilson, Including the corrections
announced thus far by Secretary o!
State Jordan on the official canva3'.
by counties, shows a Roosevelt lead
.of 104 A change of JG in the San
Francisco returns has been announccu
' which will reduce the Rooeevclt lead
to SS when officially recorded.
Corrections at .Sacininento of tho
official canvass of counties not yst
jeportcd ihorf may lncrca3o or over
turn th:s plurality
HIS LOST WIFE
Boulder. Colo Nov 2(1 P.il.'ce f
St. louls. Memphis and other cllle"
have been asked to search for Mrs.
Ira D. Sctitt, wife of Dr Ira D. Scott,
a wealthy dentist of Boulder Mrs.
Scott disappeared Ins; Thursday and
nothing was heard of her until to
day, when a lambllng nolo waa "re
ceived from her from Memphis Mrs.
Scott took her 4-year-old daughter
with her It is believed her mind
has become unbalanced as the result
I of worry over a scandal with which
! her name has been connected.
DIES IN MUNICH
New York, Nov. 20. Mmo. Minnie
Mauck, former grand opera singer,
dlod In Munich last Saturday, ac
cording to word lecelved huro last
night. She retired from the stage In
1S95. spending most of her time at
her villa on Lake Lucerno with her
husband, Baron Von Kessc-Wartegg.
The baroness was born in New Or
leans 60 years ago and died on her
birthday anniversary She made ber
debut in New York in 180S in "La
KILLING A BOY
Buffalo, N. Y.. Nov. 20. An indict
ment was returned today acuinst J
Frank Hickoy, now under arrest at
Tom's River. N J., charging him with
murder In the first degree la having
caused tho death of Joseph Joseph
at Lackawanna Octobor 12, 1911.
TEN THOUSAND SOUVENIRS
STOLEN FROM SHIPMENT
London, Now 20. Ten thousand
souvenirs havo been stolon from a
consignment of 200.000 shipped to
Alexandria November 12
When the boxes were" opened on ar
rival two were found to be filled with
HIS IDEA OF WOE.
"I'm in debt, heavily In debt"
"Is that all that's troubling you?
From the way you are acting I thought
somebody owed you raonej that you
THERE ARE OTHERS.
"Spcelcr likes to Ho in bed in tho
"And the rost of tho lime he likes
to lie out of It."
Blackf oot Indian Said to
Be Oldest Person in
Chicago, Nov 20 Weh-lugnn-ta.
chief fire maker a Blackfoot Indian
from Placer reservation said to be
131 years old, Is on hi way to Chi
cago to attend the land show.
So Tar as known, Chief Fire Maker
L- the oldest human being In the
world. He Is said to havo been born
in tho region now known as Glacier
National park in 1781
The chief was first of his race to
visit the "Great While Father," and
hib visit to Wa&iiington when Presi
dent Jefferson was In the White
House was a memorable ovent In his
Would Live Forever.
In his tribe he Is regarded as an
Oracle. At the time of his birth,
according to tbo Indian legend, the
fathpr of all spirits, standing on a
mountain, shot an arrow which found
a mark In a tree near hi? fathers to
poo. Thf prophecy as interpreted b
the medicine man was that he souId
live forever and assist tho gods In
ART IS WORTH CULTIVATION
Quality of Being Agreeable Carrloa
a Man Far on Hla Troublous
Journey Through Life,
Tho true art of being agTecable la
to appear well pleased with all tha
company and rather to seem well en
tertained with them than to give en
tertainment to them. A man thus
! disposed porhapo may not have much
j learning, nor any wit, but If he have
common Benso and something friendly
i In his behavior it conciliates men's
J minds more than the brightest talents
j without this disposition, and when a
i man of such a turn comes to old age,
ho is Almost 6uro to be trcatod with
It is true. Indeed, that we should not
dissemble or flatter In company, but
a man may be very agreeable, strictly
consistent with truth and sincerity, by
a prudent silence where he cannot
concur, and a pleasant assent when ho
can. Now and then you nwet with a
pcraon so esactly formed to please
that he will gain upon ovoryone that
hears or beholds him; thic disposition
io not merely the gift of nature, but
frequently tho effoct of much knowl
edge of the world and a commaud
She Expensed It.
"I novor Daw suoh outrageous serv
ice in all my life," Bald tho woman
?t tho oxprcHB office window. "1'vo
been waiting here fuly half an hour
and not a sign of an omployeo have
I seen Tho heads of this company
ought to bo notified of this extremK
negligence. It's simply outrageous."
'Vfhat would you like to expresa,
madam?" said a clerk who arrivod at
la8t- ,v ,.
"I'd liko to expresa my nympathy.
ropllod the woman tartly, and depart-
ANNUAL CONVENTION OF
Washington. Nov. 20. Forty-thjco
states were represented at the open
ing session of the 24th annual con
vention of the National Association
of Railway commissioners, which con
vened here today for a four days'
session Chairman Charles A. Prou
ty of tho Interstate commerce com
mission delivered an address dealing
with the responsibility of those who
' have to do with the regulation of
railroads and other common carriers
ILLINOIS ELEVEN IS
IN POOR CONDITION
Urbana. III., Nov. 20. The Illinois
football eleven Is in poor condition.
Captain Bill Woolston handled the
team from quarterback yesterday,
which was legarded as an ominous
sign that Johnny SUl'man might not
bo in shape to play Northwestern by
CROW DISMISSED M
Spokane, Wash.. Nov 20. Word has '1
been received here from Lethbrldge, IJ
Alberta, that charges of attempting IH
unlawfully to deport from Canada the ilH
young son of Albert Luke, brought ll
against United Stater. Commissioner 'lll
D. Crow of Spokane, have been dis- - H
missed after a preliminary hearing
Crow was acting as attorney for H
Mrs. Luke, to whom the Spokane H
courts had given custody of the child H
at the time she was granted a divorce. H
OLDEST SHIP IN NAVY. M
Vallejo. Cal.. Nov. 20. The century H
old receiving ship. Independence, the
oldest vessel In the United States
navv, was placed out of commission
at Mare Island navy yard today. The
cruiser Cleveland takes her place. if
j UncaSied for Made to Measure H
I U JlJ L St W L A it
i L D. S. Garments i H
II Utah Koiitsog Store j H
i 302 Twenty-fifth Street !,
A COLLEGE PROFESSOE i.
, says a knowledge of bread-making is -;- , J
vastly more important for girls than a - "J j H
knowledge of Greek. J fl
It's easy to make good bread with i!
CRESCENT FLOUR fl
!W fe' Sold mi installed liters 1 f I
, Aggregating over 324 Horse Power 3 j.
During the Past 12 Months. I hH
List of Satisfied Gas- I I
tomers on Demand ffm SfL I ,1
All Makes-New and I I I
Second Hand - I I
ELECTMC SERVICE CO. j ' I
Phone 88. Opposite Court House H
. G. W. BARLOW, Pres. HH