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PUlKA WINS IN
STRUCH DUEL
Old Town Handicap at Jackson
ville Won Alter Hard
Battle
TaeUspnvHJo Fa Feb uAt Mm
01 lei Park today the Old Town hands
ri > went to Pulka aJUr a somlllu
ftrctph duo with Oil UonesM and
dtcniH the three iiumcJ crossing
line Nlri iiMbes 11 an Summary
Fliprrafe i nice furlongs PUP
Isabel ln < r > won Jjf Straw second
lady Stavn tiifiI Time J1I
Sooiiid rao1 one ml r selling
Sinus won Iylllj second Fair Louise
tMrd TImo Jn 25 I
Third lace sis furlough purse
lack Atklu won Magalue second
Juhn GilClu third Time 11223 JI
1imrtlt racp Old Tovi handle p
mile mill Wijiiarwr PliiUj won Old j
Knlytety reread Sctwijn third Tiuie
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Fifth me MX furiviigi oHIIng
j Dr Uarklwy won Top Note second
Crunplon thud Time 12l5
Sixth lain mile and one slxteentii
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aelliflg HJgh Knugo vjn Paradise I
Quean second John Carroll third
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thai Is becoming spotted dirty etc
H so send that suit to Use will
muke it look so much like new with
I our DRY CLEANING process that t i
new suit will be out of the question
I Dry Cleaning when done by US Is
the way to restore old clothes to their
I fonder excellent appearance
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WORLU9S RECORDS BROKEN
1 AT MASON3QUARF MEET
I New York Feb 5Two worlds
I records were brolen one worlds rec
j ord WCE quailed and one American
I Indoor record was broken at the
panics of rite Irish American Athletic
j club iqnlght at Madison Square Gar
I den By on amicable agreement with
I the A A g Melvin Shcphurd who
Is urdor suspension was pcrmiUcd to I
compoie but his victory in tho hair I
mile inn will be contested His time I
I of I5S 45 was not a record In tine I
j Bovoiit > vsnl dash J J Archer of I
I the Jrish American A P rqjulled the
worlds rpoord of 7 15 made seven I
I years ao by W A Shlck of Harvard I
RUl1STA1UR WINS
AT EMERYVIiLEI
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Oddson Favorite Comes Home
Easily in TwoYear
Old Event
OaklfJlJd Feb 5 Favorites and
well playel horses finished In front
IM EmoryvlJlu today I rant itunsiai
llcl an oddson favorite for the two
i yearold went proved ai easy win
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netFirst I
I First race futurity course selling
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BEVERLY AT THE OGDEN
I THE CAST
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Inmx William G Long
Rein Mark Walter Carter
I Cnbtrg Kenneth Leo
Onnbnrg Win Hammond
II Kuslun John Elliott
Ravnniic Dudley Arthur
Aunt Fanny Beverlys Maid
I Hntlle Carmontcllo
I Uovcrly Calhoun of Washing
I ton D e Gertrude Fowler i
I Prince Dautan dethroned nil
I IM of DawshergiMi known
I as IJaldos tho mountain
I eer Raymond Whltaker
j Colonel Qulnnox of the linpc
I vial Jraustark Guard E W Graham
I General Marlnux commander
inchlef of the Graustark
I forces Thos V Morrison
lady Roma ladyinwaiting at
the courtDorothy Do Eckor
I Countess Dagmar ladyln wait
Ing at the court Frances McGrath
I Princess Yetlvo tho Ruler qf
Graustark t Edith Shaync
Princess Cuudace sister of
Prince DanUls Madolla Xloyor
One of the largest Saturday night
audiences of tho season the Ogden
Theater has held since Its opening In
December greeted the romantic com
edy Beverly last night The piece
Is Ralph Bakers dramatization of
George Barr McCutcheons novel
Beverly of Graustark and Is filled
with those stirring scenes and cli
maxes that abound in the mythical
lands of love and romance
Beverly Calhoun is an American
girl natural and clean cut who has I
as an Intimate friend the ruling Prin
cess Yotlvp Graustark a mythical
principality located In the eastern
part of Europe ono of the Balkan
states In au effort to reach her
friend on a visit Beverly Is stranded
by n band who have been expelled
from a neighboring but hostile peo
ple She is accompanied only by her
nurse Aunt Fanny and the mountain
I eers unable to speak English mistake
her for the ruling Princess
The leader of the band is exiled =
Prince Dantan who masquerades as I
Baldos the Mountaineer The end
Is foreseen After many exciting ad
ventures Beverly aids In adjusting the
affairs political and Danlan resumes
his estates and title and claims the
girlThe
The title role was In the capablo
hands of Gertrude Fowler who gave
mi Interpretation which was all that
could be expected Her mannerisms
were those of what one could Imagine
what a true daughter of Uncle Sam
should be Sho was capital
Edith Shayno as the Princess Votive
I was excellent She has the beauty
carriage and poise that would eclipse
some of the real ones of European
royalty She made a perfect Princess
but should have been a queen
Raymond Whilakcrs portrayal of
Prince Daulan was cleverly done He
reads his lines well and docs not over
do a difficult role but docs It in a
masterly and pleasing manner
Thomas V Morrison as General
Marlaux gave such an able Imper
sonatlon of the old army ofilccr with j
a mean disposition that a young
lady was heard to remark that he was
a mean old thing and mlBchtef
mnlcnr
The cleverest and best interpreta
tion of a negro mammy over soon on
any stage In Ogden was that of Hattie
Carmontolles Army Fanny Beverlys
old colored maid Sho was great and
supplied an abundance of comedy
singlehanded Miss Cannontclle
work shows that she has the proper
conception 01 the role and Is not over
drawn or underdone in the slightest
degree
The supporting company was good
and all were properly cast The seen
ic effects woro In perfect accord with I
the piece and ivory detail was prop
rly carried out The orchestra un I
der Prof 1j W Ford rendered a num
her of pleasing selections which were
much appreciated E T S
READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY
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r In the seventy yard low hurdle han
i dicap John J Ellor of tho IrishAm
orican club made a now worlds r c
I ord from scratch of S 15 seconds
I but the race went to W BurR h of the
i N Y A C who hud n Imudlcftp of
1 evrn yards
I hi die foiimiHG run uGorge V Boil
hap of the Irlah nierlcan A C at
srrntch made a new American indoor
1 record of la minutes 30 55 seconds
i denting his own hast time
I In the 2400 yards retry race Nehru
of tho irish Atuericau A C won in
I o0j 12 This clips 56 of a second
I from ho former marl
Adena 4 to 1 won Mollle Mont
rose lil to 1 second Hound and
Round i to 1 third Time 111 25
See md race three aud onehalf fur
I jugs Frank Ruhlstallor 7 to 10
von guinea 8 to 1 second Grinidf
15 to 1 third Time I In
Third race futurity course Mar
burg 3 to 1von Madeline Musprrave
1 I to 1 second Father Stafford S
IC 1 third Time 111 15
Fourth race six furlongs Rosslarc
0 to 10 won Daroingtoii 10 to 1
Bocond Alder Guloh 12 to 1 third I
Time 113 25
Fifth race mile and seventy yards I
Keep Moving 13 to 10 won Sink
Spring S to 1 second Buckthorn 7 I
to 1 third Time 115 25
Sixth race five and onehalf fur
ongg John JI Sheehan even won
BcllcwcrJier 7 to 1 second Miles
OConnell 75 t ol third Time
10715
IBANK OtPOSITS
I SHOW OIG GAINS
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BANK DEPOSITS
I According to tho recently published
J sworn statements the banks of Ogden
I hold deposits aggregating in amount
I 796363073 Asked how thin com
J pared with ten years ago Cashier
j Ralph E Hoag of the Utah National
I turned to his files Hnd found that the
published statements of February
1900 showed total deposits of 2lGC
I 91123 This Is an Increase of nearly
six million dollars or equivalent to
2G7 per cent With the same rate of
I Increase during the next decade our
banks In 1920 would bo holding ovei1
I twentynine million dollar of de
posits
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B P RIPPE NOW
I THE SOLE OWNER
B P Rippe has purchased the In
terest of R L SU George In the Og
den Tent company located at 425
Twenty third street A partnership
has heretofore existed between these
gontlemon but now Mr Rlppo will bo
the solo proprietor and looks upon
Ogden as being an excellent location
for a tent manufacturing firm since
tho headquarters of several groat con
struction companies are located here
Mr Rlppo says there Is nothing made
from canvas that his house will be
unable to mako and this does not ex
clude the largest tent that Bnrnum
over used down to an awning for a
cottage window It expected that
the imprint of Ogden will be seen on
canvas goods all over this western
country Purchasers of canvas made
goods should bear In mind that no
better grado of goods can be had any
where on earth than in Ogden I
COL ANDREWS DEAD
Washington Fob 6Coolnol West I
ley R Andrews private secretary to
Senator Ponroso and chairman of the
Republican state committee of Penn I
sylvania died at his home hero to
day of pneumonia
YOUR lAME BACK I
Will FEEl FINE I
Out ofOrder Kidneys Are Regu
lated and Bladder Mis
ery Ends
A real surprise awaits every suffer
er from kidney or bladder trouble who
takes KOvoral doses of Popes DIcure
tic Misery in tho back sides or loins I
sick headache nervousness heart pal
pitations dizziness slceplcbsncas in
flamed or swollen eyelids lack of
energy and all symptoms of outofor
dor klndeys simply vanish
Uncontrollable urination especial
ly at night smarting offensive and
discolored water and other bladder
misery ends
The moment you suspect kidney
or urinary disorder or feel any rheu
math Ju begin taking this harmless
medicine with tho knowledge that
there la uo other remedy at any
I price made anywhere else in the J
world which will effect BO thorough
and prompt a euro as a llftycont
I treatment of Papos Dleutrlc which
any druggist can supply
It Is needless to feel miserable and
I worried because this unusual prep
aration goes at once to limo outofor
der kidneys and urinary system dis
tributing Its cleansing healing and
strengthening Influence directly upon
the organs and glands affected and
completes tho euro before you realize
It
Your physician pharmacist bank
er or any mercantile agency will toll
you that Papo Thompson Pape of
Cincinnati la a largo and responsible
medicine concern thoroughly worthy
of your confidence
Accept only Papos Diuretic fifty
cent treatment any drug store
an > where In the world j
ILONG SHOT wr s i
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Lead in Stretch and Gomes
Home in Front
Jnarw Alex Feb 5Deno ridden
I by Garner and quoted at Id to 1 In
the betting proved a big surprise
I when she won tho one ihllo selling
event at Taraziuj Park today She
I finished last In her two previous i
I starts hut today took the lead In the j
n stretch and won Four favorites won
t Eddie Dugan will ride Prince Ahmo
i Out In the stake race tomorrow Sum
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I First race soiling Uv6 furlongs
Rio Pecos won Chocoieo second Dan
norton third Time 10045
Second race selling ono mile
Deno won Aluiona second Gunston
third Time 1M01C
Third race selling seven furlongs I
I Acquit won Lady Garvcii second
I Minute Bright third Time 12645
i Fourth race Den furlongs Top
I hind won La Dextra second German
Silver third Time 1281G
Fifth race selling five furlongs
I May Bride won Mike Molotte second
Alva B third Time o9 45 I
Sixth raco selling one mile and an j
eighth Buna won Alma Boy second i
Aissllda third Time 154
PSYCHOLOGY
COURTSHIP
We speak of man as the wooer I
says a recent writer nn women hut
falling In love Is really mediated by
the woman Uy dross behavior co
quetry modesty reserve and occas
ional boldness she gains the attention
of man and infatuates him
CpnBidci the predicament of the girl
busy at such entertaining sport who
nulls herself suddenly becoming fat
She knOt by Instinct that she can
not infatuate long If she bo fat so to
exorcise and diet instanter to save tho
day They may but there is an eas
ier ivay
Ono can lake oft up to a pound a
day without causing wrinkles stom
ach disturbances or tho least bother
This can be done In old cases of over
fatness as well as recent ones A
fine figure can be saved or a trim ono
regained Simply send seventyfive
cents to the JJarmola Co 1121 Farm
er Bldg Detroit llch or bettor still
tender tho Btfmo to your druggist for
a largo case wiSfrirriiola Prescription I
Tablets Thlsw ologant preparation
can go with you everywhere In your
natcho Take a tablet dally off
comes the fat nice and uniformly
from the fattest parts first
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CARD OF THANKS
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Relatives and friends please accept
our many thanKs for the able speak
lug singing floral offerings sym
pathy and kindness shown us In our
late bereavement
JAMES R HANCOCK and Family
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I SECOND CHOICES
mVIDf HONORS
Kercheval With Return of Form
Easily Disposes of Field
in Feature Race
Tampa Feb 5Second choices and
favorites divided tine card at Tampa
Hay today The feature was the fourth
race a handicap at a mile and 70
yards In which Kerchcvnl showing
a return to his old form disposed of
his field with ease Summary
First race sellingPlo Pico won
Clalhorne second Anule Donahue
third Time 10415
Second race five and onehalf fur
longs selling Jack Denncrleu won
Ccsaor second Morpoth third Time
111Third
Third race seven furlongs selling
XebulOBUs won Okenito second Judge
Saulley third Time 132 45
Fourth race handicap mllo and sev
enty yards Kerchoval yon Autumn
Girl second Bannock Bob third Tim
15125
Fifth race five furlongs soiling
Clolsteress won Lottlo Darr second
Lucullus third Time 103 25
Sixth race six furlongs selling
Punky won Dry Dollar second Clys
mlc third Time 11716
CATCHER KLING WANTS
TO PLAY ONCE MORE
Cincinnati Feb 5 Johnny Kling
catcher of tho Chicago National
league baseball club who quit tho
team a year ago has appealed to the
National Baseball commission for re
instatement Ills written application
was received by Chairman Hermann
today
NE V UPTODATE
GARAGE FOR OGDEN
The old poslofllce room situates on
Grant between Twentyfourth and
Twentyfifth streets will be remodeled
and occupied as an automobile garage
L H Bocrnft will occupy came
His present quarters used as an I
automobile garage will be used us a
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machine and general automobile re
pair shop All appliances used to
make an uptodate garage will bo
adopted I
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BIRTH ANNIVERSARY
The 77th birthday anniversary of II
Mrs Mary Bulllnger was celebrated
Wednesday at her home 2137 Grant
avenue tho vonerablo lady herself
acting as houtosa The afternoon was I
pleasantly spent In playing highfive
tho prizes bolng won by Mrs George
Ballinger Mrs SpKngenbers and Mrs i
J H Moyos About G oclock amid i
tho pretty decorations of green and j
red which graced the home In honor I
of the occasion a delicious dinner 1
prepared entirely by tho hostess was i
served by Mesdames L J Wright A i
B Balllnger and Thomas Williams
There were present over forty reIn I
lives and friends of Mrs Ballluger
everyone wishing her many happy re I
turns of the day I
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LUCKLESS WIVES i
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FREED BY COURI i
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Two luckless wives were freed fnni
tho cutaiiclemcMits of matrimonial ttea di
In the District court jeaterday n 88
restored to their maiden names Jol tb
lowing interlocutory decrees of dl p1
vorco granted by the court about sit j0
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months ago
Mary Hoyman was allowed an ab o k
lute divorce from Harry H Herman tl
and allowed to resume her inaldos ii
name Mary Schlllo Mrs Mary i
Lewis was allowed to resume her mltl p a
den name Mary I Holbrook when E
au absolute divorce was granted tc t s
her from John Wayne Lewis I
a
John IL Thompson had tine coivn p
to make his decree of divorce absolut y
horn Nellie Thompson whom tt
plaintiff says deserted him vlthoir f
cause
POLES CURED AT ME BY
NEW ABSORPTIOH METHOD
If you suffer from blooding Itdilnr
Mind or protruding Pile end mr your
address and I will toll you how M
cure yourself at home by tho new ab
sorptlon treatment and will also stud
some of this home treatment fro for
trial with references from your orn
locality If rCllue tPd Immediate re
lief ami permanent euro assured Ssnd
no money but tH other of this offer
AVrlto today to Mrs M Summers Box j
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