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Old Man Starts on a
Walk of 4300 Miles
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Now York March 15 Edward Pay I
on Weston the veteran pedestrian
started on a 4300 mile walk across the
continent this afternoon at 4515 I
oclock from the general postotllcc
Ho will thus celebrate Ills 21st blrth
dny and will attempt to cover the
distance within one hundred days
Sundays excluded The route will be
from Now York to San Francisco
Weston has mapped out a circuitous
route to Chicago after he reaches But
falo Ho will bo accompanied by an
attendant two Judges who will follow
him the entire distance nnd a news
paper representative
Through the courtesy of Postmaster
Morgan who will act as starter Wes
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IT9S DiFFERENT NOW
Adam KhaveI with a clamshell and Eve fastened Cains diaper
with a thorn Those were the clamshell diaper days
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Dont Be Simplest
a Safest
Most I
way back
number Reliable
Y05 Motor Washer
GEARLCS
Made I
The Yost
Gearless rpsrcA stss ri t
Water Motor It put
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Washing t Cobwebs
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Machine on
ic your
the modern I washboard j
helper and
for washday r > 1y savoo the
troubles woman
THE MUD TURTLE r
Lays as many eggs as the hen But the mud turtle does not cackle
Moral It pays to advertise By advertising our Yost Gearless
motor washing machine In tho Local Papers we have mado wash
day a day of pleasuro instead of one of drudgery In many homes In
Ogden Will your homo bo the next
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Machine can bo seen In operation at W H Wright Son I
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THE PIONEER EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE GROCERY
HOUSE IN THE STATE
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OGDEN UTAH
t Sole Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co Milwaukee Wls I
Distributors and General Agents for i
1 IDANHA
I Monarch of Table and Medicinal Waters Is a purely natural r
w mineral waterthe ONLY in the United Statesbottled at the
Natural Mineral Water Springs
I SODA SPRINGS IDAHO
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ton will leavo on his long Journey from
the poatofllco Ho will wolk up Broad
way to Klngabrldge through Yonkers
and Tarrytown where he will put up
during the night This course meaB
urea thirty miles On the second day
of the walk he has scheduled to walk
fortyeight miles which will bring him
to Poughkeepsie He will then go to
Buffalo and begin his roundabout
journey
From the Bison City he will pass
through Oloan and Jamestown N Y
to Youngstown Ohio to Pitts burg
thence to Canton Akron and Bellevue
Ohio In the order named He will
then walk over the roads covered two
years ago when he walked from Port
land to Chicago When he reaches
Chicago he will have covered Ii8t
miles
As yet Weston has not t > prepared
schedule to follow after ho reaches the
wnldy city Ho will then learn the
I condition of tho various post roads
Tho officers of the Union Pacltlc and
Southern Pacific railroad have notified
Weston that they have Instructed all
of their section foreman to report the
general condition of the roads about
April 10
JACK JOHNSON BOXED
SIX TAME ROUNDS
I Heavyweight Gave an Exhibition Wed
I nesday in Vancouver
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911 tunities and Securities
The man of today who Is making money is the man that invests his small earnings In Ogden City real es
tate Some people make money In mining stocks and securities Other people make money In mercantile ana
othor Industries But the big money makers of today are making It tn rough judicious and conservative real
estate investments
I Our long years of experience and careful study In the promotion building and buying of general realties
Iff has sharpened our wits enlarged our knowledge Increased our friends and clients and enables us to say to
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your small earnings In as small a proposition as a 50 lot and watching it grow Into thousands of dollars nnd
making your credit as solid as the rock of Gibraltar A word to the wise Is sufficient
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The man of today Is the man who acts now and not the man that waits till tomorrow and dallies In the
U al came old rut Vo offer for your careful consideration and investigation the following properties which will In
twelve months time maKo you at least 30 per cent on the investment
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tiJ1 Right within two blocks of the 22nd
AC street car line finest location in the
h t city we offer 10 acres of good land
toM upon which Is situated a fine money
IK making cold storage plant handsome
I ten room house well built and well
l u arranged Come in and have us go
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ti 1300 buys this beautiful four room
ti cottage right In the railroad district
onti and only a few hlocks from the busi
U P ness center of the city Large lot
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bid 1 1300 will buy you a good six room
I li a brick home in the railroad district
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SHAME TO TAKE IT
e d p Six room modern homo on the
teds bench and only one block from the
car line Lot big enough for half a
on dozen houses for tno small sum or
its 1 2250
Ios We offer for quick sale two live
ct room cottages
f only three blocks rrom
P fO the First National Bank for the small
st lei sum of 3300 If gold within the uext
CC ten days The owner is anxious to
make a change and has authorized
stto us lp sell at the above figures For
lei a further details call at our olllco
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1l watt For the man of
means and good
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A handsome seven room yellow
Pressed brick home on the bench and
two blocks from the business center
modern throughout nard wood floors
furnace heal fine lawn and In an ele
gant neighborhood This home would
suit tho most fastidious The most
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attractive feature about this home is
the price Come In today and have
us go into details
Six room modern brick home on Lin
coln av6nue convenient to the rail
road district and business center
This home could not be duplicated to I
day under 54000 Large lot UU feet
front 330 feet deep line fruit trees I
largo barn and other out buildings
price S3SOO on reasonable terms
Come In and have us snow you >
GOOD COURT SIGHT
Lot large enough for two good
houses In front and running back 33U
feet Right in five minuses walk ot I
tho First National Bank Call In and
we will tell you all about
BUSINESS LOCATION
Right on 2lth street just east of the
end of the proposed viaduct which
would bo the first and last chance lor
all of the many travelers on our busy
21th street And also right in tho
best warehouse district ot the city I
Lot 31x105 Price is right Your own
terms
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BUILDING
We are in tho building business and
can build you a home 20 per cent
I Just to be a good fellow and please
the colored sports of Seattle and Van
couver who gave him such a noisy re
ception upon his return from Austra
lia Jack Johnson heavyweight cham
pion of the world appeared before the
I Vancouver Athletic club Wednesday
night In a sparring exhibition George
Paris the colored boy who was a
wellknown sprinter In Seattle several
years ago persuaded Jack to take part
I In tho show
It was first announced that Johnson
would box with Denver Ed Martin but
at the last minute Victor McLaglen of
Tacoma was substituted Foxy Jack
did not care to go on with a man as
clever as Martin even In a friendly
setto for he would appear to much
better advantage with a slow mover
like Mrlike McLaglen who knowp lit
tlo or nothing about the boxing game
In the first round while coming out
of a clinch Jack slipped a left Jolt to
McLaglens midsection McLagden
was smiling when the blow landed and
he sank to his knees with the smile
frozen on his face After that John
eon had lo work hard to keep from
hurting the big Tacoma man who has
tho physique to win the championship
of the world
Johnson looked a bit fat around tho
stomach but he went through the six
rounds without sitting down between
rounis Of course McLaglen could not
make him extend himself After the
entertainment Johnson was given a
banquet bv the colored sports at
which aboutlOt men with full grown
appetites sat down
Johnson thinks the fight pictures
have been doctored He Is quoted as
saying that the pictures do not show
him knocking Burns off his feet in the
first round As that was the winning
punch of the battle it was poor busi
ness to leave that out If Jack Is right
In his contention the films have been
changed Had Burns landed that punch I
in the first round Instead of Johnson
he would probably have won the fight
But Burns walked right Into a right
hand upporcut that lifted him off his
feet and he never recovered from It
Jack also says that the fifth round
In which Burns made a decent show
Ing has been duplicated and substitut
ed for the ninth round In which he
had all tho better of the milling From i
Australian newspapers It can be read
that Burns was the favorite during
the fight and after he was licked but
If the films have been doctored to
show him to advantage they are value I
less
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SEVERAL WORLDS 8 RECORDS
BROKEN AT LOS ANGELES
Los Angeles larch J 5Soveral i
worlds records for motor cycle racing
wore broken yesterday at the new I
saucer track here Racers were hero I
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please the beat We will build you a
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you pay for it just like paying rent
Why not be your own landlord Just
like banking your monthly payment
each month
STOCKS BONDS AND SECURITIES
Wo have in our ofilce at this time i
subject to your consideration and ap i
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and securities if you are in the mar
ket to buy call at our onice ana wo
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which will interest you On the other
hand If you havo anything to sell
through our corporation we can se
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We havo one block ot stock that we
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less than 90 days
For further Information call at our
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from New Orleans Atlanta Chicago
Salt Lake and New York
In the livemile Profesolonal race
over a minute and a quarter was cut
off the previous record by DO Rosier
of New York who made the distance
in 40925 The previous record was
525 He made the fastest mile ever I
amde on a motor the watch getting
hi mln the third milein 17 23
J De Rosier of New York reduced
the twomile record from 205 to 140
F Huyck of Chicago the five mllo
amateur record from 438 to 41125
E Llngonf elder of Chicago the three
mile record from 30155 to 22S25
and Huyck of Chicago the three miio
oateur record from 34835 to 237 25
SPORTIN6
FORECAST
Every pugilistic enthusiast In the
world Is waiting eagerly for dellnito
news an to whether James J Jeffries
will agree to meet Jack Johnson in a
contest for the heavyweight cham
pion of the world
The recent arrival in this country
of Hugh D McIntosh of Sydney Aus
tralia has added greatly to the pub
lic Interest In the possibility or such
a contest but considerable feeling
has developed that Mcintosh otter
of a purse for the match on foreign
soil should not be accepted and that
the question as to the merits In the
men should be decided In the United
States It is known Jeffries is not
incllnedto light abroad and that it he I
deckles to reenter the ring he prob
ably will favor tho offer for a worlds
championship battle in Seattle during
the exposition there He has taken
up road work in connection with the
light indoor exercises ho is doing and
will continue this work the coming
week Jeffries tells his friends that
his wind Is Improving rapidly and ho
says he intends to work up gradually
If possible to his real fighting trim
It Is no secret among friends ot
Jeffries that he Is anxious to light
I Johnson and has practically made up I
his mind to do so as soon as he feels
able to do himself Justice In the ring
Johnson who has declared his will
ingness to fight Jeffries Is expected
to be in the east within the next two
weeks and It may be that he and Jet
fries manager then can come to an
agreement
American bicycle riders will com
pete with the Zoological Gardens in
Berlin in a sixday bicycle race this
week The race will begin Monday on
the same conditions governing the
annual Now York race Among the
American riders twno will compete
are Floyd Mac Farland San Jose
Cal Walter Demara San Francisco
and James Moran nnd Jack Clark an
Australian who Is now racing under
American colors albo IB entered
The New York A C will hold its
annual Indoor carnival at Madison
Square Garden Tuesday
Monday night Dorando Pletrl ot
Italy and Johnny Hayes winner ot
the London Olympic Marathon will
meet Jn Madison Square Garden for
the third time h a match to settle
the question of Marathon supremacy
Edward Payson Weston will cele
brate his 71st birthday Monday by
starting o na walk from New York
to San Francisco He hopes to reach
tho coast within 100 days Ho will
start from the General Postofllce New
York at 4 p m
Aamateur and professional billiards
will have an Inning this week George
Slosson professional 181 balk line
champion will defend his title against
George Sutton next Thursday In the
Garden Concert Hall In Now York
The match will ho 500 points up
JOHNSON IS WILLING
TO FIGHT JEFFRIES
Si Paul March HJacle Johnson
the negro champion heavyweight or
the world arrived here tonight from
Vancouver and shortly after left for
Chicago JohnsonsaId he had heard
nothing of Jeffries
I will fight Jeffries said Johnson
if he makes the challenge but it will
bo on my terms Ive fought always
with the other fellow getting the best
of the terms No more ot that for
me
FOLLOWERS OF SPORT OF
KINGS KEENLY INTERESTED
New York March 14 Followers ot
the sport of kings and horsemen
throughout the United States are wait
ing with keen anticipation the develop
ment of the Jockey Ulub plans ror
horses racing on the Metropolitan
tracks this season
A continuance of racing In New
York in view of the hard blow given
the game by the law prohibiting book
making would exert a powerful inllu
ence toward the rehabilitation of rac
ing in other sections of the country
whore public betting Is forbidden
Members of the Jockey Club and
track owners It Is understood have
decided that the sport may be success
fully continued If conducted along the
Hues that will not infringe on the pres
ent statutes
HARVARD FULLBACK UIES
OF SPINAL MENINGITIS
Cambridge Mass March 11 Carl
ton Appollonlnlo of Winchester Mass
for two years fullback on the Harv
ard football team Is dead at Spring
field Ohio of meningitis He had
been engaged In engineering Spring
field since graduating from Harvard
last year
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WHITE SOX AND COAST
LEAGUE DIVIDE HONORS
San Francisco March HTho Chi
cago White Sox team No1 divided
honors with the coast league players
today taking the morning game from
Oakland 9 to 3 by clear fielding and
OGDE TURF
EXCHANGE
Private Wires to All Cali
fornia Tracks
OVER ELITE CAFE
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losing to Frisco in the afternoon 3 to
2 Tho scores
Oakland gamo K H M
Chicago 9 u 3
Oakland 3 y 3
Batteries Walsh Spencer and Ow
en Johnson Boise and La Long
San Francisco game K H tJ
Chicago 2 4 2
San Francisco 3 8 I
Batteries Fiend Scott and Owen
Sullivan Willis Browning and Berry
White Sox 1 LOG Angeles 0
Los Angeles March HTho White
Sox No 2 took two 1 to 0 games
from the local coast leaguers today
Morning game Score H H hJ
Chicago 1 5 1
Vernon 0 1 1
Batteries White Lango Shaw and
Payne Harklns Annls and Hogan
Afternoon game Score K H hi
Chicago 1 U 2
Los Angeles 0 4 U
Batteries Miller Altrock Shaw
and Payne Tozier Hosp and Orcn
dorf
Generally debilitated for years
Had sick headaches lacked ambition
was wornout and all rundown Bur
dock Blood Bitters made me a well
womanIrs Chas Freltoy Moosup
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A Simple Prescription For the
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Hair
In the good old days our mothers
used to tell us to use garden sago
for dandruff and falling hair A sim
ple Infusion was made of the common
garden sage and applied to the roots
of thc hair This old time remedy Is
still used In many sections of tho coun
try to this day It has also been dis
covered that the Indians or the north
west used to make a brew or tea
of the wild sago sage brush and ap
ply It for all scalp affections White
people also used this sage brush tea
with good results A careful study
has been made of the different kind
oi sage and it has been found that
the wild sage or sage brush contains I
much more of this certain curative
property than does the tame sags J
The reason for this Is apparent The
wild sago growing as It does in a soil
rich In sulphur and volcanic ash nat
urally contains much more medicinal
I matter
One of the main objections to tie
use of those crude preparations es
pecially so of the wild sage was the
disagreeable odor of tho brush This
objection has been overcome after
three years of careful experimenting
in a laboratory especially fitted for
the purpose so that you can now pro
cure a preparation free from all the
disagreeable odors but still containing
all the active principles of the wild
sage This preparation is guaranteed
to cure dandruff and stop falling hair
and will do so If directions are care
fully followed
Ask for Sage Brush Hair Tonic For I
pale at all tho leading Drug Stores
and Barber Shops In this city
VISIT TO BIfi
COPPER
CAMP
CREATES FLURRY OF INTEREST
REGARDING ITS IMPORT
Supt Manson With Other Railroad
Officials Investigate Ely and
Its Possibilities
District Superintendent Manson ot
tho Southern Pacific together with
traffic Manager Clapp and several
other officials of that road last weeK
visited tho great copper camp of Ely
Nevada Tho visit of these gentlemen
gave a genuine thrill throughout the
Fly district to mining and railroad
circles It was considered by the com I
mercial men of that section that the 1
visit of the railroad operators pie
saged the building of a district line
of railroad from Utah to that section
and on west to Goldlleld and Tone
jmhWhile
While many are of the opinion that
the Southern Pacific Is figuring on
building an independent railroad lo
the districts in question there are
others who conjecture that it Is tho
intention of the Ilarrlman interests to
purchase the Nevada Northern sys
tem and confine their operations over
that road some going BO far as to
say that a deal for such purchase has
actually been consummated or is about
to be made hence the Importance at
tached to the visit of Mr Manson and
associates to that country
rho visitors spout a few days In
Ely during the most of which time
they made a careful inspection ot tile
mining interests and In examining tale
Steptoo Valley smelter It is argued
ty the commercial Interests there that
this investigation means more Ulan
appears on the face of things and that
no other conclusion other than thnt
Harriman is contemplating making
loiiroad connections Into that country
can be drawn
It Is contended by some of the wise
ones that If an Independent road is
built through to the Ely district that
It will bo along the route surveyed
and partially built by the Denver
Rio Grande years ago This lino
basses out of Utah by way of Grants
vlllo along the southern border of tho
treat Salt Lake into White Pine nnd
Eureka counties of Nevada It is con
sidered to bo one of the most feasible
cjtoff routes In the western section
to tap the rich mineral properties ot
the copper belt of that section of Ne
vada and as a matter of fact one of
the most feasible routes crossing the
intermountain country from Utah to
the west Much of this old line ot
nliroad was graded In the earlier
days 30 years ago and It is said that
the grade Is still Intact and with
very little repairing would furnish a
splendid roadbed for a railroad at this
lime
The old time minors of that section
of country state that all that Is need
ed to make that section of country one
of the most profitable and productive
ot tho western country is favorable
transportation facilities which would
accomplished by the completion the
rroposed railroad The railroad oiil
i els however will give no informa
tion regarding the object of their re
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OGDEN UTAH
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J E Dooly President Ralph E Hoag Cashier
Horace E Peery VicePres A V McIntosh Asst Cashier
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OGDEN UTAH
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David Eccles Pres I M S Browning VicePres I
G IL Tribe VicePres John Pingree Cashier
John Watson VicePres Jas F Burton Asst Cashier
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cent visit to the Ely section of coun
try
CIVIC SOCIETIES MAY BE
ESTABLISHED UNIVERSALLY
New York March 16A Leo Well
I president of the Voters league ot
I Plttsburg who has been In New York
i for several days conferring with mem
born of tho bureau of municipal re
search and others Interested in clean
Ing city government confirms the re
port that a movement is under way
looking to the organization of civic
societies throughout the United States
whose purpose shall bo to uncover
graft and purify city politics Twenty
or more of the large cities In the coun
try will be In the organization John
D Rockefeller Andrew Carnegie Ja
cob H Schlff and other well known
men will finance the undertaking it
is said
In discussing the proposal to bring
the civic bodies of the titles closer to
gether Mr Well said last night
Tho plan to organize was suggested
by members of the San Francisco or
ganization who are in New York at
present and who have done such tt
fectlve work in their home town
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Eggs for hatching from strictly
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Wyandottes Barred Rocks R I Reds
I Black MInorcas
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