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i TEE BVBNIITCr STANDARD 03DEN UTAH THURSDAY AUGUST 25 1910
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I BASEBALL RESULTS
AMERICAN
Won Lost PC
Philadelphia 71 34 G99
Boston u 67 48 583
Now York 65 50 565
Dotrolt Gt fil 557
Washington 51 65 145
Cleveland 50 63 442
J Chlcogo 45 GT 402
St Louis 34 71 306
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NATION
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Won loal PC
I Chicago 75 35 6S2
i PJllsburg 66 13 OiJ6
New Yorl 62 16 571
t Philndelphla 56 55 li05
Cincinnati A 66 57 Al6
St lJJula 45 GS 398
Brooklyn 41 67 396
Boston 41 71 36G
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Washington S Chicago 2
WASHINGTON Aug 21A two
bagger by Gray and a single by
Schaefer enabled Washington to de
feat Chicago today 3 to 2 In tho tenth
Inning Score R II TO
Washington 3 9 2
Chicago 2 6 2
Batteries Gray and Alnsmlth Olm
BOO < and Block
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Brooklyn 0 Cincinnati 1
CINCINNATI Aug 2LRowan had
tho better of Rucher In a tenInning
1 pitchers battle horo today Cincin
nati beating Brooklyn 1 to 0 Score
i R H E
Brooklyn 0 6 0
I Cincinnati 1 9 0
I Batteries Ruckcr and Borgon
Rowan and McLean
Chicago 11 Boston 1
1 CHICAGO Aug 24 Chicago made
It threo straight from Boston today
I winning the final game 11 to L Cur
ds was wild in the sixth issuing four
passe and forcing In two TUUB Score
R H E
Chicago 11 9 0
Boston 1 4 2
Batteries Rlchlo and KilnS Need
ham Curtis Evans ana Graham Rarl
dan
St Louip 2 New York 4
ST LOUIS Aug HLush weaken
ed In the final inning hero today al
lowing three runs and losing the game
for St Louis Score R H B
SU Louis 2 6 1
Now York 4 S 1
Batteries Lush and Phelps Ames
4 and Schlcl
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Philadelphia 10 Plttsburg 5
PITTSBURG Aug 24 Philadel
I phia today made its last appearance
of tho season in Plttsburg and won
I the game in the sixth Inning when
I Magec mado a homo run with tho
f bases full Score R H E
Philadelphia 10 10 2
I Pittsburg 5 12 3
Batteries Ewing nnd Hornu
Adams Leover Lclfleld and Gibson
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
St Louis 2 Boston 5
BOSTON Aug 24 Benjamin
Franklin Hunt a left hand pitcher
who came to Boston from Sacramento
Cal pitched a fino game for the homo
team today and St Louis was defeat
ed 5 to 2 Tho visitors mode but four
hits and seven of them struck out
Score R H E
St Louis 2 1 2
Boston 511 1
Batteries Hall and Kllllfor Hunt
and Klelnow Corrigan
I Cleveland 1 Philadelphia 3
PHILADELPHIA Aug 24Phllll
dolphia by winning todays game by
I 3 to 1 made a clean sweep of the
series with Cleveland Both pitchers
I wore effective Bender striking out
I 17 batsmen Score It H E
Cleveland 1 C 2
Philadelphia 3 6 1
I Batteries Kaler and Land Bender
nnd Thomas
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i Detroit 0 New York 6
NEW YORK Aug 24New York
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ltrJ WONDERFUL CURE
tHT OF SORE HANDS
Skin Peeled and Flesh Got Hard and
I I BrokeBlood Flowed in Fifty
Places Ii Single Box of Cu
ticura Ended Suffering
i About eleven years neo I was trou
bled with core bonds so GOTO that when
t I would put them In water tho pain
would very nearly set me crazy tbe 8km
would peel off and tbo fltt > h Would get
bard and break Them would bo blood
flowing from at least fifty places on
each hand Words could never toll this
Buffering I endured for three years I
tries everything that I wastold to uso
for fullv three years but could pet no
I relief 1 tried at least eight different
I doctors but none of them teemed to
I do mo any Rood M my hands were aa
bad when 1 got through doctoring as
I when I first began I also tried many
remedies but none of them ever did mo
1 ono ccntu worth of good I was dis
I couraged and hcartsorc I would feel
I GO bad mornings when I got up to think
I I I had to go to work and stand the pain
I for ten hours and I often felt like giv
I ing up my position
Before 1 started to work mornings
I would hAvo to wrap every finger up
Fcporntely to as to try and keep them
soft and then wear ploves over the rags
to keep tho greaso from getting on my
work At night I would have to wear
gloves In bed In fact I had to wear
gloves all the time After doctoring for
thrive years and spending much money a
singlo box of Cuticura Ointment ended
all my sufferings ItR bom eight years
waco I used any and I dont know what
boro handu nro now and never lost a daY
work while using Cuticurn Ointment
Thomas A Cloncv 310 N Maatgonwry
I St Trenton N J Nov 11 ITOff
A rtnirin set of Catlcnra Soap sod OUUmtnt ti
oltcn turnout rcodcrlac It the mcxi truaomlcil
lmBTf for aHectloai at the ultlo and scalp Hold
tbrouihjul the MiflJ roller Drat A CTifm Corp
Pole Propj 135 Coluiibin Ave Boo wo USA
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mj OGDEN TURF EXCHANGE
826 25th street
I I
Wires to all tracks on all S
Sporting Events
1Q19 > U > l n L w IrrI
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hit Donovan freely In the seventh and
eighth Innings todayjj and took the
last gamo from Detroit C to 0 Score
4 l TLfill K
Detroit Ot 7 0
New York 1 6 8 1
Batteries Donovanftand Stanago
Vaughn and Crlger I
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Indianapolis Minneapolis ci In
rtiauupolls 0 e
At ColumbusSl Paul land SCo
lumbuc 6 and 9 > f
At Louisville Kansas City 12 and
1 Louisville G and 1 Sccpnd game
called ond fifth allow Kansas City to
catch train
At Toledo Toledo 3 Milwaukee 1
WESTERN LEAGUE
At LincolnLincoln C Topeka 1
Second game Lincoln 4 Topeka 3
At Sioux City Sioux City 4 rDen
vcr 9 I
At Qrnohn Omalm 3 Wichita 2
At Des Molncs Dea Moines 0 SU Jo
seph S
COAST LEAGUE
At San Francisco LOB Angeles 2
Oakland 4
At Portland San Francisco 3 Port
land G
At Los Angeles Sacramento 1
Vernon 2
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
At Spoknnc Spokane 4 Seattle 1
At Tacoma Tacoma 3 Vancou
vcr G
KEENE SElLS T j
MANY HORSES
SARATOGA Aug > 24Sernl
horses belonging to J R Keenc wore
sold In the paddock here today and
exceptionally good prices were real
ised Twentyseven head sold for a
total sum of 69750
The alar of tho sale was Love Note
a maiden two year old filly by Voter
True Love She wns knocked down
to E It Bradley for 7000
Helmet a stake winner of last year
and a grand throe year old was also
sold to Bradley for 6100
Captain Casactt pnld 2500 for the
daughter of Den I3ushBetarlca a
half sister of Maskette Jimmy Rowe
Keenes trainer bought Sweopaway
for 5100
J D Stewart paid S 1200 for Filler
loua Suffragist went to J Baker for
2rOO
Bunnymede an untried youngster
but considered to be first class sold
for 1500 to 1 B Stewart Lahore
was bought by R D Williams for
5000 Nightfall went to R T Wil
son jr for 3100 and Wrap wont lo
A Simons for 3100
YONKERS RESULTS
NEW YORK Aug 24The Har
vester holder of thc worlds trotting
stallion record of 202 undo last
week at Bucalo driven by E F Coors
won the first heat of tho freeforall
in 208 12 at Yonkers grand circuit
meeting today and later when called
upon to break his own record took
tho heat and race la 203 despite a
retarding wind
Under tho conditions it was a re
icarkablo performance
Summaries
Eclipse stakes freeforall class
treating purso 1500 two in three
The Harvester won in two straight
heats Time 2OS 12 203 Jack
Leyburn second
Speedway stake 21C class trotting
to wagon amateurs to drive purse
i500 second division two in three
Willy won in two straight heats
Time 213 14 213 12 Direct Tone
second
Fleetwood stake 213 class treat
ing purse 2500 Hall Sworthy
won in two straight heats Time
208 206 14 Game It second
Billy Burke and Major Strong third
GAlfSBURG RESULTS
GALESBURG Ill Aug 21 Inter
est In the great race yesterday in
which Hedgewood Boy nosed out his
rival Minor Heir is so Intense that
another Important race has been ar
ranged between the great stallions
lor tomorrow
Todays feature was ROBS Ks mile
in 201 31 Results
21S pace purse 1500 Deneervo
< won first second and fifth heats and
the race Time 206 12 203 14
210 34 Nathan B second Wallrum
Boy third
2O9 trotters purse 600 IraNan
cy Royce won first third and fourth
heats and race Time 210 12 210
207 14 Zlto second Berts A C
third
213cla pace purse 600 Ira Gay
won in straight heats Time 208
12 206 11 207 12 Harry Weav
er second Prlnco Albert third
Special to beat his record of20211
pacing Ross K Bay Ilorso McMa
hon Time by quarters 29 ll59
34 130 12 201 31
RESULTS AT BUTTE
BUTTE Mont Aug 2Loug
shots and outsiders won nearly every
race today Aunt Polly a 60 to 1
shot despised in tho betting took
the last race from a fair field winning
easily Results
First race four and a half furlongs
purse for maldon two year olds
Bessie C 17 Callahan 12 to 1 won I
Practitioner 103 E Smith 7 to 1
second Great Caesar 112 Kirsch
baum 5 to 2 third Time 55
Second race six furlongs selling
for throe year olds Biased 107
Carroll S to 1 won Caesar 112
Lludhorst 7 to 1 second Warfare
lOG lies 20 to 1 third Time
115 15
Third race five and a half furlongs
selling for three year olds and up
Swede Sam 108 Fischer 4 to 1
won Ben Stone lOG E Smith 6 to
1 secQnd Flying 99 Denny S to
1 third Time 108 45
Fourth race Helena handicap nile
and bovcnty yards three year olds
and up Lewlaton 100 Soldon 5 to
2 won Harlem Maid 98 Callahan
0 to 2 second Ocean Queen 105
ImoB G to 1 third Tlmo44 25
Fifth race mile selling three year
olds and up Ocean Shore 113
lPago3 tel won Fflezo 1 > Don
ny > 7 to 1 second Hambaeravay
113 Iraca 12 to 1 third Time
140 45
Sixth race fivo and a half furlongs
Belling three year olds andup Aunt
Polly 10J E Smith CO to 1 won I
Ffrm Foot 106 Amleruon 40 tol I
ccond Cool 106 Selden 4 to J
thirdTime ifos 15
SMlOGfl RESULTS
SARATOGA RACE TRACK N Y
Aug 21S C Lucky Hlldroth to
day added another stake to his al
ready long list when his Zous easily
won the 6000 Adirondack handicap
six furlongs and in doing so equalled
tho truck record for distance Zeus
closed at 12 to 1
First race six furlongs Cohort
11 to 5 won Van Don S to 1 sop
cud Toy Boy 15 to 1 third Time
111 4C
Second race steeplechase about
two miles Stoure 13 to 10 won
Aunt Julc 9 to 10 second DIobold
8 to I third Time 418 25
Third race mile Henry Munro
15 to 1 won Francis to 2 second
Glendore S to 1 third Time 140
15
Fourth race Adirondack handicap
value 5000 six furlongs Zeus 12
to 1 won Round tho World 1 to 1
second Iron Mask 13 to 10 third
Time 111 35
Fifth race mle Sir John John
son 7 to 5 won Superstition 8 to
1 second Danoscara 3 to I third
Time 138
Sixth race five and a hilt furjonga
Gold of Ophir 4 to 1 won Crash
12 to 1 second Aldlvia 15 to 1
third Time 107 15
BIDS WANTED
The City Board of Education is re
ceiving bids for transferring children
hack and forth from Brooms Bench
and Glasgow Addition to tho Mound
Fort School
One bid with the bidder furnishing I
the wagon another bid with tho
Board of Education furnIshing the I
wagon Bddors may submit bids on
cither plan
The bds will be opened August
20th 1910
HO S TH ES
NOW IN JAiL
SALT LAKE Aug 24Albert
Grow and V L Helcknor tho two
youths who upon their return from
Camp Otis with the national guard
filolo two horses from the Sail aks
Horse and Mule market on West
Fifth South have been captured
Grow being under the surveillance of
the Juvenile court and Helckner In
the hands of the sheriff
The capture of Hclckner who Is
21 is amusing Returning from the
south where he went to dispose of
the stolen horses he this morning
visited tho armory Some of tho
guards there telephoned to the sher
iffs office and then afraid that the
desperado would escape surrounded
the building a quartermaster sta
tioning himself on tho fence with
cocked revolver ready to shoot the
culprit as he flow through the win
dow The sheriff came and the arrest
was made the revolvers were replac
ed and the desperate man removed to
the county jail
Grow came lo his home today and
was placed In the bands of tho sher
iff by his father who desired to ap
prehend him
When Grow and Helcknor returned
with tho national guard from Wyom
ing last week they went to the Salt
Lalio Horse and Mule market on
Fifth South street and hired two hors
es Spending the evening at Wander
mere they afterwards struck out
south stopping at tho Wctwash
laundry on lower Main street long
enough to change the conspicuous
chestnut horso they had for a bay
one at the laundry
Armed to the teeth with revolvers
belonging to tho national guard the
two followers Qf Don Quixote went
south in tho probable direction of
Modena
Sheriff Sharp sent letters broadcast
after them but no news was re
ceived until it was learned that they
had sold their steeds at Lynno Junc
tion for tho sum of X10 each Both
then returned and tho capture re
sulted
NOTICE
I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by Mrs W A Bax
ter after August 22 1910
W A BAXTER
lllllS NOT TO
MARRY MRS GUOABY
NEW YORK Aug 211ero S LII
HB who was bound and slashed In
the Kansas City homo of John P Cud
ahy denied today that ho would mar
ry Mrs Cudahy who has just obtained
a divorce from her husband on
grounds of incompatibility
Any reports that Mrs Cudahy IB
coming cast to meet mo he said
and that wo are to bo married Is
absurd on tho face of it We havo
not corresponded and I dont know
anything about her 1 have no inten
tion of marrying any ono Moreover
I could not marry Mrs Cudahy If I
wanted to There are religious obsta
cles In the way 1 want to he let
alone I am staying here with my
two sisters and I prefer that the pub
lic cease Its interest in mo
dllrno flt Schoi
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farc ollp bar > wbitcrcrr lliovctilul parent mOlt Ubn to
Luc done In Iofilo4i ycnJ ibc dircnion anl tcnpti
lioni of Iowi or cit > Itr fintncn uf 111 climate Ibe Ufiuty
of lu bulUlnr u > J rroioJi the note and ottfiairrorn ol
Urt nrroundlnr couniry ire no l Ulpul ilJf Oor new
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Sepemer 23 to 29 1910 you can
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OFFICE 360 24th STREET UPSTAIRS t
or
NOTiCE
To Examiner Credi ors
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial Dlstj 9lL of the State of Utah
within and forKWeber county
In the matter of the assignment of
D R Bowman and Paul M Leo co
partners under the firm name of tho
Ogden Morning Examner
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Tho undersigned hereby gives no
tice of Its appointment as assignee of
the estate of 13 u Bowman and Paul
M Lee insolvent debtors doing busi
uecs under the name and style of
Ogden Morning Examiner at Og
den Weber county Utah to the crcd
Itors of and all persons having claims
against said assignors to exhibit tho
same with tho necessary vouchers In
the manner aDd within the perod of
time provided for by law to the un
dersigned at No 319 Flrat National
Bank building Ogden City Utah
PINGREE NATIONAL BANK
Assignee
Willis DeVine Attorneys for As
signee No 3014 First National Bank
building
First Publication Aug 13th 1910
Last Publication Sept 24th 1910
LAGOCN BEAR
HITS llUE WIR
Trlxlc one of the little Brown
bears that havo delighted the chil
dren all summer at tho Lagoon Is
dead Trixie departed to the happy
hunting grounds of the bear family
via the business end of a live wire
AM a result Pete Sindar who owned
Trixie anti Teddy Its mate has a
regular Spidervlllo grouch
Ever since tho hears were taken to
the Lagoou they had been allowed to
roam around at will In the morning
hours when no children were around
Near their cage was a smooth high
telegraph pole On top of this pole
were strung high power wires carry
ing enough juice to destroy nil tho
spiders at Saltalr Trixie and Teddy
looked long and often at tho polo
They knew that If they ever got to
the top they could see far off to
where those mountains were
They held many a counsel of war
over the climbing of that pole but
they had never reached the top
Yesterday morning Trixie decided I
to make one more try She made
her way slowly and surely to the top
When she got there she grabbed that
live wire with both pawa
Zlzzz
Down went little Trkie and before
she hit the ground sho was dead
Teddy the mate is disconsolate
ho refused his breakfast and lunch
Pole Sindar Is serving only black I
looks and Manager Jako Bcrgcrman I
is blue over losing one of his great
cst attractions
GRASS HUt CI
THE R nAINSi
The foot hills district between Toy J
lors canon and the eastern end of
Twentysixth street wag swept by a
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fierce brush fire yesterday afternoon
which grew to such proportions In the
I evening that the lire department was
called out to save a number of homes
In tho neighborhood that wore threat
i encd with destruction
Fire Chief Canflold mado a quick
run to the Malan farm reaching there
with his fire auto fully half an hour
before tho first piece of horsedrawn
apparatus arrived The department
worlcd strenuously for several hours
In clterMn the flames which wore
being driven by a westerly wind in
the direction of the Mama property
and several adjoining farms
The dry grass and sage brush
burned like tinder the flames leaping
Into tho air In some places to a
height of twentyfive feet or more
Wet sacks were employed as well as
the chemical wagon in checking the
advance of the flames and it was only
by tho narrowest margin that the
farm property was saved from destruc
tion I
tionThe
The fire was not shortly after noon
yenterday by unknown persons and
advanced rapidly toward the moun
tain creeping up the sides of tho
cliffs and penetrating a considerable
distance up Taylors canyon Toward
dusk however the canyon winds be
gan to blow which soon turned the ad
vance of the flames toward the city
and extinguished time fires on the
mountain and in tho mouth of the
canyon
Before tho fire was checked by the
department the flames had cr pt as
far west as Taylor avenue and Twen
tysixth street
I
IDAHO fRUIT
IS IN OHMNO
Ralph Hendershot and wife of
Bol o Idaho who hare been making
a short visit with the formers un
cle Sherman H Hendorshot 2555
Qiilncy avenue loft last evening for
Hebron Nebraska where they will
visit for some time with Mr Hcndor
shots father I
Mr Hendershot said that Boise is
now passing througha period of de
velopment that was hardly anticipated
by the most optimistic boosters in
that section of Idaho
The opening up of so much gov
ernment land under the birr federal Ir
rlgntion projects of MInldoka and the
PayotteDolsc dIstrict shill he was
looked upon by man as something
that would temporarily check Immi
gration to Boise and vicinity at least
as far as the purchasing of small
fruit tracts was concerned This fear
has proven to he groundless as with
the tide of homescelcrs who have
gathered on those projects from the
middle states have come Individuals
wlih sufficient money to purchase
small tracts of biKhprlred property
near Boise with the result Unt hun i
dreds of ares close to the city have
I
been bought up and sot out to orchard
I
chard I
Apples and prunes predominate In
the also I
fruit line although pears are
looked upon with favor The Italian
prune which is frequently grown In
Utah is a great favorite with Idnho
growers although Hun arian French
and Egg prunes arc also grown to ad
vantTo Idaho aones and petrs are
becoming so well known on the oust
cm market that there Is ft rnnsanu
ly Inoroaslng domnnd for thorn In
hulk Ppirl dont do FO w ° ll In
wp tprn idho na a po oral cron a
thMieh mnpnl < 1cint onerilrnns T °
raJred evrwhor Our nnfenn o
croo is Itiorpasln erich year and tho
demand for them fioni llruUf
The Bo j valley rnc < a nP wonrior
ful menns but I ror Pll ITie Pnv
ote alley onnfn I T t w > 11
VY > torn ifii o IR mnoii < T > trrir > 1
jUQt now in tbo prnnsd ra 1
which h expected tr fakp h PIe k
placing it on a main line to tho coast
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TUNGSTENS
I
Arc you trying to reduce your lighting bill The hours of light
ing are increasing and the long nights will soon be with us
IIuvo you tried the wonderful lamp called the tungsten 1 They
reduce the amount of current 10 per cent and your bills will
I be in proportion Dont buy one lamp and expect to got the I 1
promised results put in tungstens wherever you use much
light then you will reduce your bills
t A 40 watt tungsten will give you 25 candlepower Our <
Edison lamps use 56 watts nnd only give you 16 candlepower I 1
i The tungsten lamp costs more but it more than makes up its
cost in the saving of the current used Night becomes day J
when tungstens are used They arc unexcelled for the home
or the store in economy and brilliancy When the sun goes
down turn on the tungsten lamphis only rival
I For sale at reduced prices t
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UTAH LIGHT
H Paco0
ELECTRICITY AND GAS FOR EVERYTHING
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OGDEN YS
GO TO tURCPf
A party of twenty missionaries left
j last evening for their
I fields of labor I
in Europe Four of the party were
Ogden boys hemmer Anderson who
will go to Norway Frank Williams to
Germany Fred Summcrlll to Holland
and John Thedell to Sweden The
j others of the party were from Salt
Lake and other Utah points
I The boys will sal September 3 j
from Monfreil Canada on hoard tho
j White Star Doirinon liner Lauren
I lICH bound for Liverpool via Straits
i of Belle Isle and tho north of Ireland
j The trip down the St Lawrence
will consume three days a few hours
being spent at Quebec where the pas
sengers may land for a brief look
1 about this historc city At this Umo
of tho year the passage to the north
I of Newfoundland can be mado with
i Fftfety although the straits are usual
ly dotted with ice bergs of nil sizes
which necessitate careful navigation
and slow speed until the open sea Is
reached
I The trip down the St Lawrence
I and past New Foundland consttutes
practically ono third of tho dfltM
to Liverpool from Montreal and tfO
good weather only three days r3
elapse between the last glimpse rf
Newfoundland and the first s slit rf
the rocky coasts of Ireland The M i
lnntc during August and Septcn1 H
Is usually smooth cases of scaskt j
ness bong extremely rare
Tho Laurentlc and Magi nll
the White Star Dominion line Ie
magnificent new boats full I L
ped and manned by the best cress MJ
the Atlantic
GORT CONTROl
tESTER N SHOiJ
John Cort announced In New T l
last night that papers wore siE 4
yesterday whereby tho theaters of e
Ing travelling attractions In Calif if > 1
cities Including Sacramento St
ton San Jose Fresno Hanford Bj
keisfleld San Diego and Chico
he for the next five years under tf
control of the Northwestern Theatri
cal association of which Cort is C
oral manager This practical ght
Cort control of the socalled 0
Night Stands beyond tho ROCt1
mountains
ff A J Tho bearing of children Is frcqccstf
followed by por health for tw
r A mother This supremo crisis of W
2J7 eT jJ finding lior physical system unprJo
pared for the demands of nit
leaves her with weakened rciJT I
it powers and sometimes chronic 3 I
II 2 mcnts This can bo avoided U
Mothers Priced Is used before tho coming of baby and tho healthy woman etf
remain a healthy mother It Is tho only remedy that perfectly and thoroagw I
prepares the system for healthy motherhood and brings about a natural a l
easy consummation of the term Women who use Mothers Friend are aIPI
saved mtch F7crlns when tho llttlo ono arrives and recover moro quickly a
with no ill oHcc3 or chronic troubles Every expectant mother should s1cgu1
her health by urlns Mothers Friend
thus preparing her rhysicil condition l1 d
fortho hour of motherhood This Jih
inccJcino is for salo at drug stores
YWo for froo book for expectant jJ
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