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OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 13 1910
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ALL LENTINES
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UTA1 STATONY COe
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Chicago Feb 12 Revenge Is now
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der of Charles Wiltshire the wealthy
glove manufacturer who was found
dead last nigHt In his factory with
I thirtyseven stiletto wounds in his
i body
I S About a month ago Wiltshire caused
1 I the arrest of two Italians for having
I i sold him stolon property One was
S sentenced to servo a term In the house
of correction and the other was dis
L i S missed It is the hollof of tho police
r that the freed man who Is now In
S custody planned to murder Wiltshire
S for roenge
S 1 S This belief Is substantiated by tho
Identification of the stiletto sheath
S i r which was found near the body as the
J property of a brother of tho suspect
i The brother is said to have gone to
S I Milwaukee where the authorities I
S have been asked to assist in the I
S I search for him I
Wiltshires body was discovered
S near the front door of his factory The
S door padlock and keys were found
S nearby This indicated that he was
attacked while closing his factory and
the police are working on tho theory
i that tho murderer planned to slay
Wiltshire while no aid was near
S r The men under arrest are Lorcnce I
Bartell 21 years old and Frank Eb
S bole 27 years old The police arc
I searching for the latterB brother
S Chris Ebbole The police say the bill
I I lotto sheath found near Wiltshires
S lody Is the property of Chris Ebbole
I Neither of the men arrested would
I make a statement
I I Chris Ebbole was drawn into the
i caso when hi wlfe jinjldaushtei una
ware of the murder identified tho stil
Sl Ictto sheath as belonging to him His
i1 daughter told the police she had found
S tho stilletto and sheath some time
ago and gave them to her father
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S lectto in its guard when he left home
last night
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S A NOTRE DAME LADYS APPEAL I
To all knowlnir eufftrera of rJcumailHm
S ttier BHincular or or the Joints sciatica
1 luralucos lacJ ncho pains In the ltldn ya or
I nuralsia rain to write to her for n hornn I
I tnaimcrt which has repeatedly cured all of
j S Ccs tortures Shi f els It her duty to rend
S r It to all sufferer KHED You cure youwclC
C 1 fit homo as thouiands will testify no chance I
r c climate being n c isary This simple
2 oltcoviry banlMica uric acid from the Mood
lonens the toned Jolnu purities tim Mood 1
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Practice of Placing Pho
tos of Young Boys in
Rogues Gallery
Chicago Fob 12hlsginr as
the system of photographing prisoners
for the rogues gallery Is sometimes
termed by police officers received se
vere condemnation In the municipal
court yesterday when Judge Glmraell
ordered Detective James McCarthy to
show cause wbj ho should not be ad
judged In contempt of court for having
caused Roy Whltrnore a student who
had been fined 5 for disorderly con
duct to be photographed and placing
the picture In the bureau
Using the words outrageous and
S damnable in referring to some of tho
methods resorted to by tho police In
the treatment of prisoners Judge Glm
mell said
The rulo laid down by your su
periors is that no person should be
taken to the bureau of identification
unless fined more than 50 In photo
graphing that boy and perhaps send
ing the picture throughout the country
as that of a rogue I do not believe
you acted rightly I will enter a rule
against you to show why you should I
not be adjudged in contempt of this
court
I To Keep the Hair
L Light and Fluffy
From Chicago InterOcean
The proper care of the hair does
not require a woman to scour her
scalp with soap and drench her hair
with water until a shampoo includ
ing drying the hair takes the better
part of the day In fact authorities
say that the less soap and water
used on thfe ball the better as the
alkali and moisture tend to make the
hair coarse dull and brittle
If you want to keep the scalp
clean nnd the hair light and fluffy
try dry shampooing Put In a quart
jar or any other handy container
four ounces of powdered orris root
and four ounces of therox Stir and
shake until thoroughly mixed A
beautiful cleansing powder with a
delicate perfume will be the result
Sprinkle a tablespoonful of this
mixture on the head and then brush
it well through the hair This brings
I out the natural color of the hair
makes It soft and glossy and if con
tinued regularly tends to make the
hair long and abundant for it Js a
natural hair grower
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I Cheyenne Wyo Feb 12The wife
I of Brig General Geo Randall re
tired died hero last night
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the bank youll be sure to be taken care of because you can
then take care of yourself
S i We will pay you four per cent on the money you deposit
in our Savings Department and compound the interest quar
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N Horace E Peery Vice President Ralph E Hong Cashier
t Hfcoltf J Peery Vice President A V Molntosh Aost Cashier
5r Interest Paid on Savings Accounts and Time Deposits
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NEW LAND N
ANTARCTiC
French Expedition Re
turns With Record of
S DiscoveriesS
Punta Arenas Feb 12The French
Antarctic expedition appears to have
been a success frCm a scientific point
of view Dr Charcot the commander
is here having arrived on the steamer
Pourquor Past New land was discov
ered far south the const lines sur
veyed and early mapa made complete
During the first Antarctic summer
190809 tho expedition in spite of the
difficulties which threatened to Im
I peril its success was able to complete
tho map as far as Adelaide Island oil
the north entrance to the Strait of
Magellan and the westernmost of the
group of Queen Adelaide island and a
stretch of new land 120 miles long I
was surveyed The expedition ulti
mately reached Alexander Island The
re lo was explored and proved to be
barren and covered with icebergs gla
ciers and masses of rock It afforded
no shelter to the explorers who win
ered at Petermann island I
The session was comparatively mild
but bad enough to cause considerable
sickness in tho party
Numerous Interesting excursions
were made among tho glaciers
Bwliig tho subsequent Untarctic
summer tho expedition explored De
ception and Budgman islands in South
Shetland archipelago Following this
the explorers continued south discov
ering new land to the west and south
of Alexanderland and Peter Island
was also visited
The expedition navigated as far as
latitude 70 degrees south longitude
120 west
Alexander island or as It S is some
times ailed Alexanderland is a small
island In the South Atlantic ocean
about latitude 09 degrees south longi I
tude 75 degrees wost and Is consid
ered to bo a part of the socalled Ant
arctic continent It was discovered
by Cellinghauseu in 1821
Newe York Fob 12 Hobcrt L
Brldgman secretary of the Peary Arc
tic club today sent the following mes
sage
S Brooklyn N Y Fob 10
Charcot Punta Arenas Congratu
lations Pearys North Polo salutes
you Signed Brldgman
The following reply was received
Punta Arenas Chile Feb 11
Peary North Polo Brooklyn Hearty
congratulations Signed Charcot
YOUR LAME BACK
WILL FEEL FINE
OutofOrder Kidneys Are Regu
lated and Bladder Misery
Ends
The most effective and harmless
way to cure backache and regulate
outoforder kidneys or end bladder
trouble is to tak several doses of
Papes Diuretic
You will distinctly feel that your
kidneys and urinary organs are being
cleaned healed and vitalized and all
the misurable symptoms such as back
ache headache nervousness rhouma
tism and darting pains inflamed o <
swollon eyelids Irritability sleepless
ness or suppressed painful or fre
quent urination especially at night
I and other distress leavJng after tak
ing the first few doses
The moment you suspect any kidney
or urinary disorder or rheumatism I i
begin taking tho harmless prepara
tion as directed wth the knowledge j
that thure Is no other medicine at I
an price mado anywhere else In the I
world which will effect BO thorough I
and prompt a cure as a fiftycent treat
ment of Papos Diuretic which any
druggist can supply
Your physician pharmacist banker
or any mercantile agency will tell you
that Papc Thompson Pape of Cin
cinnati is a largo and responsible
medicine concern thoroughly worthy
of your confidence
Dont he miserable or worried an
other moment with a lame back or
clogged Inactive kidneys or bladder
misery All this goes alter you start
taking Papos Diuretic and In a few
days you feel and Know that your kid
neys liver and urinary system aro
healthy clean and t normal and all
danger passed
Accept only Papos Diuretic flfty
cent treatment from any drug store
anywhere In the world
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CHITTENDON RETIRED
Washington Fob 12 Brigadier
General N Chittenden recently pro
moted from lieutenant colonol of en
gineers and stationed at Seattle has
been placed on theretired Hat His
retirement will be followed by the
promotion of Col Frederick W Ward
commanding the Seventh cavalry at
Fort Riley
STUDENTS ARE SEARCHING
FOR FELLOW STUDENT
New York Feb 12Tbo hundred
boy students from the Morris High
school of this city are today scour
Ing tho parks and waste places of up
per New York In a search for Cornell
Barnes the 15yearold follow student
who has been missing from his homo
for several days It Is believed that
the boy wandered away in a tempor
ary derangement due to overstudy
COL CHAILLELONG IS
TO RECEIVE A MEDAL
New York Feb 12Colonel Charles
ChallleLong tho explorer will come
from his home in Baltimore to New
York early next week to receive
from the American Geographical so
ciety its medal for eminence in ex
ploration Tho honor Is a long de
ferred one the society thereby reaf
firming its faith In Col ChailloLon
discoveries along the course of tho
Victorian Nile in 1874
The occasion will revive the mem
I ory of what In tho last generation
WitS n feud botweon explorers almost
an notable and fully as bitter as the
recent dlbagrecment in matters polar
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Test of the Reliability of I
EyeWitnesses to
a HoldUp
Manhattan Kon Feb 12 Profes
sor TUcKeever of tho Karions Agricul
tural college In an experiment before
a phychology clrtss staged a holdup
in his class room yesterday and after
ward took testimony on the subject
The object was to test the reliability
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o fejeltncsses
Professor McKeevor selected three
young men to stage the holdup and
had them practlco their parts in his
office He also made note of their
personal appearance Toy were In
structed actually what to do and what
to say All of thesq things were
placed In a notebook In order that
tire testimony might be compared
with the facts
Tho class in psychology had just as
sembled when in rushed Jones who
whirled about and pointed a wrench
I nt his pursuers and exclaimed
I Stand back or Ill shoot Turning
ho ran across the room and dropped to
his knees letting fall a small bag
which he carried saying
There take It and ran out of the
SHe
room
He was closely followed by Smith
nnd White SmIth yelled Give It
up you scoundrel and grabbed the
bag and ran out White came in car
rying a small revolver with the cylin
der removed yelling
Take It from him Eddie He wont
hurt you
The play lasted only a few seconds
and Prolessor McKeover asked each
member of the class to write an ac
count of what happened
Although Smith was not armed In
any manner yet two testified that ho
carried a revolver in his hands and
snapped It several times while a
third credited him with saying
Stop or Ill shoot at the same
time aiming at Jones
White though armed was scarce
ly noticed One witness testified that
he carried a club of some kind but
no one mentioned the fact that ho
carried a revolver with the cylinder
removed
Likewise testimony as to tho appear
anco of the Individuals did not agree
After the testimony was all In Pro
fessor McKeover said
It was just a plain case of at
tempting to toll what they saw while
excited and they could not do It and
agree I
Woman loves a dear rosy com
plcxlon Burdock Blood Bitters purl
lies the blood clears ttie skin restores
ruddy sound health
ANNOUNCEMENT
Special Lincoln memorial services
tonight at S oclock atthe Embry mis
sion hall in Bennett bjock corner of
2Cth and Grant ave Principal address
by Rev Noble S Bderkln of First
Congregational church Ogden A good
patriotic musical program has been
arranged Children school in
the afternoon at 2 p m Tho public
is cordially Invited
LONG DISTANCE COVERED
BY A TROLLEY LINE I
St Louis Fob 12From Syracuse
N Y to St Louis by trolley Is thq
achievement of A J Littlejohn an
eastern traction company official who
arrived here yesterday Llttlejohn
took n roundabout course and trav
eled 1729 miles The trip back to
Syracuse which he began last night
will cover only 1000 miles
Mr Llttlojohn traveled sixtyeight
miles on steam roads Between Kala
mazoo and Miles Mich a distance of
fortyeight miles and between Paris
and Rldgo Farm Ill twenty miles
he abandoned the interurban electric
linen Of the total distance of 1740
miles 1GS9 of them were over electric
railways
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drugs can do IB to drlra tbo lilixxl poison bile
Into tbr system sud enotlicr It tor tcicrnl jfurn
Tben when you tUnfe you arc currt pitiful rocr
curj symptoms will break mlt ami you flud bat
jour bones have Iten rottlnc all the while Your
tMtb wlU bcsln to loosen nnd jour tluati
ghndt brain and 1t f5 orcans i1u abon i
Mrrlble dwlructlvo potTer of the mwiiry and
potaib Locomotor Ataxla Iarolyiilo Imbecil
ity and Premature Death are then almoit thor
ltnbl AnT medical nntUorlty will corroborate
ihetf statements The rrmarUsble rcgctubl
Obbac Treatment does Dot drive In the
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SOKsy Treatment FREE
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poUoaed with mercury end potaeb for rears A
SDaj Treatment Is jfcir for tbo niLlntc Yo3
will open your eyes at what It nlil do for you in
a montb Ve > treat you ttw for a month Tut
wrltc to m and get tbo treatment free Then If I
you are utJsticd It It the moat rraarkable treat
ment you ever t00tC jou cin continue If yoi
WIth Nercr In year life will you crer acili
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This is the name that has been given
h by eminent physicians to beer of good
hm quality That the name is justified is
1 ia proved by the chemical analysis of beer 1Ja 4
it One quart of good beer contains
onetenth to onefifth of a pound ot
solid food substances consisting of I
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tt S food a tonic and a powerful aid to digestion
Beckers Beer contains only 3 12 pcr cent of alcohol Itis a
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BECKERS is classed as one of the best American Beers
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ATPINS Of
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Declared to Be Source
of Danger to
Mankind
New York Feb 12 Members of
tho Womans Democratic club have di
gressed from suffrage to hatpins Two
hours of their latest meeting wns de
voted to a discussion ns to the proper
length of womans topmost Implement
Mrs Margaret Fitzgerald declared
that the present law providing for a
hatpin less than nine Inches Is dan
gerous No hatpln she said should
extend beyond the crown of the hat I
To emphasize her point Mrs Fitz
gerald told of the narrow escape of a
man on a street car when a woman
careened against him and her hatpin
was driven into his ear
If that bad been his eye sho said I
he would have been dead
LINCOLN DAY IS BEING
OBSERVED IN NEW YORK
New York Fob 12Now York city
and state in common with many other
cities and states throughout the coun
try Is today honoring the memory of
Abraham Lincoln born on February
12 a year more than a century ago
Thc day has been a legal holiday in
New York state for fourteen years
past
pastThe
The principal event scheduled for
tho day in this city Is tho annual Lin
coln dinner of the Republican club
at which President Taft will deliver
the principal address Republicans
from far and near are In the city for
this dinner which will be held at tho
WaldorfAstoria
Many business houses particularly
the Wall street district aro observing
the day by closing their doors More
than a hundred public meetings and
lectures are on the days program In
various parts of the city Tho speak
ers Include Governor Robert B Glonn
of North Carolina George B Cortel
you former secretary of the treas
ury President Melancthou Strykor of
Hamilton college and Generals Daniel
B Sickles and James Grant Wilson
both intimate friends of Lincoln
TAFT WILL BE ASKED
TO SPEAK ON CONSERVATION
Chi ago Feb 12Wlth the coming
of President Taft to Chicago on March
17 the cause of national conservation
Is expected to be advanced At a
meeting of delegates from the allied
clubs of Chlcugo at the Union League
club yesterday arrangements were
made to form a Chicago conservation
association and Alfred L Baker waR
selected as president of the permanent
organization
President Taft will be urged by a
large delegation composed of the pres
idents and vicepresidents of sixteen
of the most prominent clubs in Chi
cago to deliver an address on con
servation
This delegation will leave for Wash
ington bearing a special invitation to
deliver the address at a massmeeting
to be bold under the auspices of the
newlyJormed conservation association
SCOREOF PEOPLE ARE
INJURED ON OAKLAND TRESTLE
Oakland Feb 12ore than a
score of people wore Injured today
and probably ono may die as the ro
suit of a wreck on the long trestle of
the Key Routo line
Because of a heavy tog on the barn
a rowded Oakland train was flagged
at what Is known as the second sta
tion mldvvay on the threemile trestle
It was given a threeminute htindway I
A Berkeley train was scheduled i
v f h lno I01 20 minutes later Fall I
ing Ui catch any signals the train not
KOlpff at tho usual rate of speed was
struck from behind by tho Berkeley
train > S
The flQIJt hQy ran telescoped IhC
renT car of tho Oakland train
II F Stoio of thin city sustained
a fractured Bkiill and may die I
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Great Military Review
and Parade in City
of Manila
Manila Feb 12Elght thousand
troops concentrated hero preparatory
to carrying out extensive maneuvers
paraded today and were viewed by
General Forbes and Major General
Carter The officers say it was the
most elaborate review of American
regulars since the end of tho Wound l
Knee campaign r
Tho troops in oxecu ng the maneu I
vers will move north next week an j
attacking force proceeding by sea and I
the infantry marching overland
The Japanese officers and men from
the Japanese training squadron will bo
the guests of the city at the carnival
on Sunday night
WHITE SLAVE DEALER
CONDUCTED A HOTEL
Los Angeles Cal Feb 12Tbc gov
ernments efforts to put an end to the
white slave traffic brought about tho
arrest here yesterday of Matilda Famo
I and J C Bateman Belgians who have
been conducting a small hotel in this
city Tho two claimed to be man and
wife but It Is alleged that tho man I
has been making periodical trips to
Belgium and bringing back with him I
each time as his wife a woman of
that country who subsequently was
sold Into slavery in this country The
pair are held under bonds of 4000
which they have been unable to se
cure
It is said that seven other warrants
for persons alleged to be engaged in
tho traffic In this district are In the
hands of tho immigration officials
here S
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Tho remedy for
Catorib ColAs lliy Fercr
or ulceniioni ol all mucous mm
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USEFUL ANIMALS OUTNUMBER
THE HUMAN ARMY i
Washington Feb 12If all tho use
ful animals in the world wore to or
ganize themselves for reolt against
the cruelties of man they would out
number any human army that could
be brpught against them oven If every
man woman and child of every race
under the gun marched from the four
corners of the earth to join In Its
ranks
Such records as the department of j
agriculture has been able to gather
and has Just summarized in the dc
partmeuts crop reporter show that
the population of useful animals more
than equals the estimated population
of the earth
General Bell Wether could organizo
his sheep into a division of 580000000
and outnumber the Chinese by more
than a hundred million The horse
could have a cavalry division of more i
than 95000000 with a corps of more
than 7000000 mules and 9000000
jackasses to bring supplies to the
front About 100000000 goats could
furnish milk and wool while 21000
000 buffaloes could stamp out Spain
man by man Meanwhile 2000000
camels could campaign In their famil
iar conditions of deserts and drvr
places and 90000 hardy reindeer could
sweep the northern climes
There are as nearly as can be esti t I
mated one billion useful animals in
the world including in addition to
those above mentioned enormous
numbers of cattle and hogs
S Omaha Feb 12 Pievious high
prices for hogs In the South Omaha
market were broken again today when
tho top heavy weights became SSU 1
per hundred pounds J
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MATINEE WEDNESDAY 330 SATURDAY 215 1
Excellent New Bill for the Coming Week
Commencing Tonight l
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KINODROME LATEST NOVELTIES ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA
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