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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT lAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 211909
I IMWSOF I UTAH AND ADJOINING STATES I
F Ogden News
Offlce336 Twentyflfth street
Circulation Department 336 twenty
firth street
PIONEER WOMAN DIES
Mrs Elizabeth Boyle Native of Scot
land Aged SS Will Be Buried
Tomorrow
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Nov 2OIn the death of Mrs
Elizabeth Boyle mother of John A Boyle
and Wallace Boyle both of this city an
other of he pioneers of the state has
gone to a reward at the rIpe oldage of
nearly four score and ten years The
end came at an early hour this morning
at the residence of her Eon 540 Twenty
eighth street The cause of her death
was old age
Elizabeth Boyle was born In Edlnbur
Scotland In the year of 1821 She came
to America In the spring of 1848 and to
Utah In September 1865 Upon hf ar
rival In Utah with her husband and fam
Ily Mrs Boyle made her home upon the
same plot of ground upon which stands
the house In which she died
Mrs Bole was the mother of five chil
dren three of whom are dead John A
BOle of the Boyle Hardware company
and Wallace Boyle of the Boyle Furni
ture company are the sQle survIving chili
dren
Mrs Bole was a faithful member qf
the Church of Jesus Christ of Lbtterda
Saints and always an active worker In
the relief societies of the stake She had
legions of friends In Ogden as well us In
other town of Ftah She was a loving
wife devoted mother and a true friend
The funeral services will be held Mop
day afternoon at 2 p m at the Second
ward meeting house Bishop Robert Mc
Quarrle presiding The Interment will be
In the City cemetery
MEET FUNERAL TRAIN
CrIttenton Home Board Will Pay Last
Respects to Founder
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Nov 2OThe body of Charles N
Crlttenton the founder of the Crlttenton
homRl established all over the United
States and In foreign countries for fallen
and llbandoned women will pass throuth
Ogden Sunday morning at 710 on the
way east where Interment will be madE
Irs Kate Barrett the general super
Intendent of the Crlttenton work will
headquarters at Washington D C will
JCompany the body She was at the bed
side of Mr Crlttenton when he died In
Los Angeles early this week
A telegram announcing the time or the
arrival of the body In Ogden was receheU
esterda by Mrs M S Preshaw the
matron of the Crlttenton home In Ogden
Mrs Preshaw was requested to notify the
board of directors of the local home who
will be at the depot when the train ar
rives
SALT lAKER SEEKING
SITE FOR DISTillERY
SpeClal to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Nov 2OY C Applegate or
Salt Lake was In Ogden yesterday nego
tiating for a fiveacre tract of land near
Riverdale upon which he expects to erect
a large and uptodate dlstlller Mr Ap
plegate considers Rlverdale an Ideal place
fCf such plant The transfer of the prop
1 erty was not perfected yesterday but It
Is thought that It will be only a short
time before the deal will be made The
machinery has been purchased and Is on
the yv rpm 1Jl1tuCkY The establish
ment > dt the llsflllery will furnish a mar
kt for r large quantity ot barey ana
re
We Are the Acknowledged
Leaders In fur manufacturing In the
I west and the extraor1lnary sale now
prevailing should be an inducement for
early buyingMEHESYS
IEHESrS 0 156 Main St
New Millinery Monday
II Onethird and half price
mHESYS J 6Jlain 8t
Mehesys Millinery
Brings the Inspiration of the latest
knowledge of what Paris Is showing In
authoritative models at HALF price
MONDAY
IEHE8YS 156 Main St
COME
To the Pure Food Show
I and enjoy yourself
Hewletts young lady
demonstrators will give
you a cordial welcome
I and a free cup of the
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finest Tea and the most
delicious Coffee that can
be made
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For your choice from my entire line of j J
2500 suits or overcoats any shade in
eluding blacks and blues any style and
every one backed by my personal guaran
tee of fit and satisfaction Choose early
as the s pplj is limited Its the chance I
of the season j
Daniels The Tailor
57 West Second South
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Nothing equals circulation when e
suIts are wanted The
HERALDREPUBLICA N
has quantity and ftUallty
Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup
has been used for YEARS by InLII
of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN
WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT
SUCCESS It SOOTHES th ChILD
SOFTENS the GUMS ALLAYi3 all
PAIN CURES WIND COLIC and Is i th
best remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold by
Druggists In every part of the world 13e
lure and ask tor Mrs VlnslowB Sooth
Ing Syrup and take no other kind
Twertyflve cents a bottle GUARA
TEED UNDER THE FOOD AND DRUG
ACT June 30 1905 SERIAL 1UMi
lees
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Trade with FurIliture of Style
you r friendsU <
TITI1 and Quality
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Our stock was never so completeour qualities never better
ie our prices never more reasonableand our credit system never so r
liberalas today Anticipate your Xmas gift purchases by making
4 your selections nov Pay a small deposit and ve will deliver ac I
S cording to your instructions
J 44 t r Our Sale of Garland Stoves and Ranges Still Continues II
A great many people took advantage of the reduced prices last week Many
C E Davey Mgr wonderful bargains await you The lines ar broken so it is a case of first come
l best choiceit will pay you to hurry
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Genuine Leather Couches 1750 Rocker 1250
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We carry only the very best leather couChes I
t English typed genuine leather quarter sawed A
W L Crawford splendid variety to select fromEarly English mis I i
from sion and p modern Absolutely l dependable 3500 t
I N ce A Sealy Mattress
Is perfect in comfort cleanliness and durability Made We have quite a splendid varIety
of pure long fiber cottonthe finest that grows in the of these Rockers In Early English and
great Texas cotton belt Always restful it is the very Golden Oak In allllnlshesleather back
L and seat tufted or not tufted A reg
L best mattress that fine materials and expert skill can ular 1750 Rocker Monday and week
I produce Guaranteed for 20 years against becoming
6 niJl P 1250
uneven or lumpy
Nebraska Furniture COo
Secy H L and Smith Treas 234 6 S outn i State S treet
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Any real estate hereabouts Is
salable50 It will pay to perse
vere in advertising it
We Want Our Regular Customers
To take special heed of our great fur
offering for those who lenow the ME
HESY label will at once recognize the
advantage ot early buying
MEHESYS 156 Main St
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Who are Gloomy Despondent Careworn and Nervous
Not Sick Yet Dont Feel Like Work Let Us Offer You
i FOR MEN Our Sure and Speedy Cure Which Can Be Used Secretly
Without Pain or Loss of Time From Work
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For a Few Days Only For a Few Days Only
Daring the Time Which Wont Dc Long
That We VIll Give the Special Offer Our I Not Dollar Need Be
Not a Dollar Need Dcl Fee Wilt Be ODeDoUThat of ADT other INot a Bet
I Paid Until BenefIted I Seclnllst I I Paid Until Benefited
MEN DONT LOSE HOPE
COME TO USWF HAVE CURED OTHERS AND WILL CURE YOU
Men who are not sick In bed but despondont worried gloomy and hardly
able to work every day should call at once Dont give up Every debilitated
sick and discouraged man wishes to get well strong and vigorous Perhaps
he has been treated for months without getting reliefthinks he cannot be
cured HE CANan Its just such men we are glad to see Why Because
we Invariably cure every curable case we accept for treatment We will ex
plaIn to you WHY you have not been relieved and cured We will tell you
exactly what Is your troubleIts cause method ot treatment the time It wIll
take to cure you In tact you will learn just what you wish to know
We Are Specialists in Diseases of Men
Why Be Afflicted With Disease
CURES GUARANTEED OR NO PAY Quick and Lasting Cures
Small Fee Pay When
WE CURE PROMPTLY SAFELY AND TIIOROtGIUY AND AT TilE
LOWEST COST AIUCOCEIE I1YDROCEIE DEBILITY BLOOD AND SKIN You Can
DISEASES KIDNEY AND BLADDER DISOilDERS 11CEIlS SORES 11i
FIL SWELLINGS BUIlXIXG ITCIIIXG AND IXFIDITIOX NERVOUS
XESS LOSS OF STREXGrll AND VITALITY AND ALl SPECIAl DISOR Honest Reliable Treat
DEllS 01 MEN YOU CAN DE CURED SECRETLY XO LOSS OF TIME
FROM WORK mente
liEN YOU NEED A PUYSICIAN COXSUIT ONE OF WIDE EX
M EN PEIUEXCE RELIABILITY AND SCIENTIFIC METhODS
We Never Disappoint Our Patients and Our Cures Are
QUICK SURE AND LASTING
The Reason of Our Success W e Know How to Cure
VE CURE bere others full Our New System Treatment nnnot fail We thoroughly nUllerlltuull our bud
and OPIly nIl our knowledge nod IIklll on every cuc no undertake We fulfill our Jlromlc Rlllt never nc
ness n case unless ne know we can cure It Ve stud the peculiar nature of every Individual cme and trent the
cept not SyJ11ptOU1I Ve teach our Patients bon to help get nellhon to live nUll tihnt to avoid We have the
entice most complete 011I1 perfectly equipped offIce WClit of New York City If you are In doubt call onll see U81 a few
minute tnlk wIll caNt 011 nothing nod IIIny be the meon of rCllltorlng you to health B to terms Our large
practice enables UII to cure for less money than the average IOocnlled apcelnIlllhuncl you see the re8ulhl before
yet are required to pay us nonest conscientious work speak for Itself With UII you pay only fur curesnot
failures
ELECTRICITY Facts About Our Quick ABSORPTION
Cures We Can and Do
Properly applIed with our Absor Cur Forever OUI Medicated Vlgoral Absorbent
bent Treatment gives the vIgor of Method has no equal It acts direct
youth makes men strong and re Iy on the seat oC the trouble and
vitalize the nerves when exhausted SPECIAL DISEASES 15 DAYS gives quick I and lasting results By
overwork or worry It cures
from
nenous all general Qtblhty loss LOST VITALITY 30 DAIS the action of our Medicated Vlgoral
of ambition lame back difficulty Ablorbent Method new vim and
BLOOD DiSORDERS 30 D UIS
In concentrating your thoughts and vigor is I Infused direct into the
whole train of symptoms that
the
result from the above causes It To obtain these quick results you weakened system The circulation
your system has been overtaxed must come to the office as It can of the blood Is Increased and Nature
from any cause seek Natures own not be done by mall Do not forget Is assisted in restoring the system
ElixIr or Life and be made strong this fact We always do as WI au to the normal strong vigorous
agaIn vertlse to do state
I L One = Half the Fee Charged by Other Specialists I
Consultation Free Examination Free Medicine 1 to 650 a Course
Daily hours D n ID to 8 v m CALL OR WRITE TODAY Sunday lIours 10 n m to 12 m
Salt Lake Medical Institute
SEPARATE ROOMS FOR PRIVACY 1l9i SO MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
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WEBER ACADEMY ADDS
A TECHNICAL COURSE
Special to The HeraldRepublIcan
Ogden Nov lThe Weber academy
has Instituted a course In mechanical des
blgn It Is Intended for any persons earn
estly seeking technical education
S A Shreeve of the firm of Shreeve
Iadson architects has charge of this
course This course Is divided Into two
partsmechanical design and modern
unstruction Foul hours per week are
given to this work during the first se
nster of which one hour Is given t6
modern construction
SALT lAKE CAPITAL IN
BINGHAMS NEW BANKS
Financial Institutions With Strong
Backing About Ready to Open
Their Doors
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Bingham Nov 20Blngham Is to
have two new banks The Copper State
bank was organized last week Incor
poration papers will be filed with the
secretary ot state In a ifiw days The
men backing the new hlstttuUon are
Louis S Cates manager oC the Boston
Consolidated MIning company J B
Risque general manager of the Utah
Consolidated Mining company R S
Oliver superIntendent of the Utah
Apex Mining company J W Odd Ie
proprietor of the Bingham hotel W VT
Armstrong president of the National
Copper bank of Salt Lake and John
Dern The new bank will be capital
ized for 25000 and will occupy ooms
in the Oxford block soon to be vacated
by the Golden Rule store It will opn
aboUt December 1
A new bank to be known as the Cit
Izens State bank of Bingham vas or
ganized this week In the Commertal
club rooms It Is capitalized for 20
000 subscribed by loyal and Salt Lake
men The following officers have been
elected President H T Badger of salt
Lake vice president Jerome flour
gud directors F Kimball Salt Lake
John McDonald Guy Bolebnese and
Dr F E Straup C VT Buckholz
formerly cashier of the Bingham State
bank has been chosen cashier
The new bank will occupy quarters
in the Bolognese block They Intend to
open for business as soon as the rooms
are ready Postmaster C H Roberts
Dr C N Roy Dr J F Flynn Guy
Bolognese C L Countryman J L
Forbes Joe Mellch and the Citizens
Coal Supply company also hold stock
In this bank These together with the
Bingham State bank already estab
lished will give Bingham three banks
SISTERS COME FROM
IOWA ON SAD ERRAND
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Richfield Nov WThe funeral of
Mrs V C Dodge who died Saturday
was held yesterday afternoon in the
Presbyterian church with the neve R
1 Hanks officiating He preached an
impressive sermon Decedents two sis
ters Mrs John Burke of Fort Dodge
la arid Miss Sarah Carr of Adams
Minn were In attendance
ASKS CHANGE OF VENUE
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Provo Nov 20George A Startup
has filed an affidavit asking for a
change of venue from Justice A A
Noons court to that of another justice
D C Jollnson of Sprlngvllle has been
chosen to hear the case Mr Startup 1s
I charged with having violated the blcy
I cle ordinance just prior to election day
and the case has caused considerable
comment
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WIN FAME WITH A PlAY I
Richfield High School Students Re
1 ceive Much Praise for Histri
onic Talents
Special to The HeraldRepublican
RIchfield Nov 20The Richfield
High School Dramatic club In Its pre
sentation throughout tho various towns
of Seylercounty of the threeact farce
Jane haS achieved dccbIed successes
The club has presented the piece at El
sinore Monroe Salina and Richfield
At each place the audience was en
thusiastic In applause Students In the
cast1 have worked incessantly for two
months under the able direction of
Principal Alston and Miss Edith Dim
mitt By special request the dramatic
club will repeat the performance In
Richfield We4nesday evening Novem
ber 24
As an advertising scheme prominent
women are to use the Y VT C A meth
od of tagging every citizen High
school booster and selllng him a tick
et
After the Richfield production the
club111 visit M nti and other towns lIt
the north
I TEAGHERSA T INSTITUTE
Instructors of University of Utah
Give Lectures at Instructive
Sessions at Park City
Sptcial The HeraldRepublican
Park City Nov 200ne of the best
teachers Institutes ever conducted III
Summit count closed this evening
after a two days session Professor
DrIggs and Professor Abbey of the Uni
versity of Utah were the Instructors in
charge
Professor DrIggs who is one of the
champions or the libyary and gymna
sium movement lectured this after
noon to the women of the place telling
them to take up the library and gym
nasium plan and detailing some of the
benefits Each session of the institute
was marked by fine music Professor
I1nnich having charge of the instru
mehtal music and Mrs Evans and Mrs
Cunningham the supervision of the vo
cal music
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PARALYSIS IS FATAL
TO MRS MARY JENSON
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Brigham City Nov 2Olrs Mary Jon
son one ot the early settlers of this city
died at her home In the Fourth ward aft
er an Illness of several weeks 1n Octo
ber she had a paralytic stroke Mary
Jensen was the widow of Miller Jensen
and was born In Denmark Feb 26 18U
Funeral services will be held tomorrow
In the Fourth ward meeting house and
Interment will take place In the City
cemetery
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FOR THEFT OF COATS
Sale of Garment for Dollar Causes
Arrest of Two Men
Special to The HeraldRepubIlcan
BIngham Utah Nov 20John Hast
ings and Thoma OBrIen were arrest
ed yesterday by Marshal J W Grant
and taken to Salt Lake this morning
on a charge of burglary In the second
degree for breaking into the Golden
Rule dry goods store and taking five
sheepskinlined coats OBrien and
Hastings were arrested at the Head
quarters saloon A third suspect got
away It is believed there arc five In the
gang The sale of one of the coats for
a dollar led to the arrest
TINTIC ORE SHIPMENTS
SpecIal to The HeraldRepublican
Park City Nov 200re shipments
for he week were as follows
Silver King 1555000 DalyVest
1250000 DalYJudge 819000 Daly
Judge zinc 6ii90 Little Belle 202000
Silver KIng Consolidated 33000 Total
465790
LOSES A FINGER
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Park City Nov 20Jack Nelson an
employe of the DalyJudge mine lost
the middle finer of his left hand to
day while helping to operate a saw at
the mine Another finger was Injured
but may be saved The Injuries were
dressed by Dr EJ Bardsley
FINED FOR ASSAULT
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Proyo Nov 20John Ault was fined
30 by Judge Noon this morning for as
saulting Percy O Pleno at Manning
a short time ago The trouble arose
Over an old grudge and during the
scuffle which ensued Ault struck his op
ponent over the head with a hammer
JOHN P MEAKIN SPEAKS
Delivers Lecture IA Better Man
hood to Spanish Fork Citizens
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Spanish Fork Nov 20John P Mea
kin recently delivered his famous lec
ture A Better Manhood and it wa
highly appreciated by the citizens lof
Spanish Fork Mr and Mrs reakln
1uring their stay here are the guests
of State Senator and Irs Henry Gard
ner So popular was his first lecture
that he was prevailed upon to give his
address Making Men last Wednes
day After the lecture he entertained
with a monologue
SEVERAL ARRESTED IN
RAIDS ON POKER DENS
l
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Nov 2OThe Elephant gam
hung rooms between Twentyfifth street
and Washington avenue and the Globe
rr11S on Iwentyfourth street were
rated by thE police tonight The off
csrs were compelled to break down the
doors before they could get In George
Fry and VT H Van Nay were arrested
but furnished bail Three others were ar
rested Police Chief Thomas E Brown
Ing led the raid J H Smith and son
are said to be proprietors of the Elephant
rooms
SURE THING MEN ARE
AT WORK ON STREETS
Well Dressed Young Men Approach
Citizens Who They Attempt to
Involve in Game Ii
Sure thing men are working the
prIncipal streets of Salt Lake with a
game the details of which doth not yet
appear but which has been tried In the
rough on several prominent citizens Com
plaint has been made to the police but
It any have lost money they have pre
ferred to keep the matter secret
Yesterday one citizen was approached
by a man who asked him to define the
meaning of the word transpire He
said he wanted to decide an argument ht
had just had with another man lIe said
the other man had gotten the word con
fused with the word perspire After n
short conversation the other man was
called across the sidewalk Then with
the citizen to decide the first man of
fered to bet the other was wrong In his
definition of the word
From this a complicated argument
arose which finally involved the citizen
One of the men said he had 100 over at
the Wilson hotel which he would wager
By this time the citizen had wearied of
the argument and decided to steer clear
of the new game whatever It was Later
In the day another citizen was seen to be
Involvd In the same kind of an argu
ment with the same two men and then
the police department was notified
SMUDGING ORCHARDS IS I
PROfiTABlE BUSINESS
Experienced Fruit Raiser Says Pro
cess Means Difference Between
I Profit and Loss I
Profits were the basis of argument used
yesterday by C A Hlckenlooper of Og
den before members ot the Salt Lake
Horticultural society about the value ot
smudging The mceUhg was the best at
tended 01 the year Ofr Hlckenlooper
one of the largest shippers of apples In
the state said he had found smudging
saved many thousands of dollars
In Colorado he said fruit men are all
smudging to avert frosts and no or
chards have been killed which have been
smudged but others near them were dam
aged He said he was beginning now to
prepare to smudge next year and would
never let another year go by without the
precaution
A heater was on exhibition and was
explained to the growers It contained
three gallons of oil and 50 are required
to the acre The cost of the heater Is
QIlly 45 cents and the crude oil can be
shipped here In carloads at the rate of
G cents per gallon If consumers furnish
the barrels David Roberts of Ogden said
he had used thee heaters and had had
enough for only halt oC his 2Oacre orch
ard On th half where heaters were
used he made a profit ot 5000 last year
but he lost mO1ey on the other ten acres
The fruit raisers thanked Mr Hlcken
looper for his address Thc next meet
Ing Is Dec 18

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