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Itched So that She Scratched Until
BloodCame Hair Fell Out Scalp
had Unpleasant Odor Used Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment Four
Weeks Scalp Perfectly Clear
Hair Began to Grow Again and Now
I Has Beautiful Long Hair
II Whenmy littlo daughter won about
t fivo years old aho was taken with tho
mcoslc A few wcokfl
k after thw memlen wero
1 g gone sho began to havo
R Bovcro scalp mmor
I It itchcde BO thai Bho
I would scratch tho wholo
JJvt tJ lN1 day until tho blood
came Wo had a doctor I
11JD11 and tried a good many I
I fr other remedies but
p L nothing helped Her
hair all feil out and tho
s Hcalp lUolf bad an un
pleasant odor
I I Aftor wo had tried
nV I I all the other remedied
I lJ m my wife told mo to try
I I 3LX J tho Cutlcura Remedies
I Wo bought ono calro of
c I Cutlcura Sonp and one box of Cutlcura
Ointment Wo used tho Cutlcura Rem
cdlra according to directions and in
about three or four weeks her scalp was
perfectly clear of tho torrlblo Jiumor
t1 Her hnir btRan to grow again and now
11 oho hM beautiful long hair Since that
tlmo I havo recommended tho Cuticura
Remedies to other people and they oleo
had eucccas Chas Solzbronner
Iowa Nov S 1009
3 CBUrara Soap Oc CnUcare Olnta1M1t
ltd Colknra nwolwnl c SOe or Culleur rjs
SiO ire told throucboot tbo world loUr Dru
A Orm Corp Sole Prop 135 ColutoboJ Av
Dottoi Una tiTUillKl Ire 3ce bootJIOW
to TrMl t n MI of ib HVi tnd 8Ip
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II Tho Ogden City band under the dl
11 recllon of Arthur L Agee has been
I secured on a contract to furnish the
I music for the Four State Fair and
I tho Ogden race meet and the Wild I
I Wcat show to be hold this week
f Tho program of music arranged is
of tho very best and contains some
now creations never before heard in
Tho following selections are among
those that will bo rendered during
tho engagemont
Bohemian Girl Rolfo Celebrated
I Minuet Padorowdkl Scruirauilde
I overture Rossini Martha overture
Flotow Pretty and Peasant Suppo
Amina Llncko Manzano Brooks To
basco ragVolfoStono Tostis Good
Bye cornet solo Walter Lund by i i
Tosfl Hunting Scene descriptive I
Bticolllssl Rosary comet solo Ageo
by Muln Utah pioneer ponnot Att
wooll Grand Patriotic oolectlon by
Lampo and Tho Death of Custer the
J battle of Little Big Horn a descrip
tive American and Indian fantasy by
Lee Johnson a new piece never be
I fore played In Ogden Synopsis
I1 I L Sioux Indian war dance night be
fore the battle I
I I Bugle calls In Custors camp before
I forming tho line of march I
3 Custers cavalry on march to Sioux
camp tho sound of horses hoofs
In tho didtanoe
4 Approach of cavalry with band
f playing national airs the In
I dians responding with their em
ternary war music
6 Battle oC Llttlo Biff Horn June 25
1876 In which our great general
lost his life
1 6 Indians rejoicing over tho victory
with scalp dance
7 Arrival of reinforcements General
Bcntino and cavalry
I 8 Ousters burial volley of shots
I I muffled drums and bugle dound
i I Ing the last call over tho great
I generals grave
L FInnloNearer My God to Thee
I From Salina UtahMrs Carl Ras
I museen of Sauna brought ner Gyear
I old son to Ogden last week to attend
the state school for the deaf Mrs
I Maggie Elbcn with her son Rufus ac
companied her
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Oouncil Engrossing Committee Recommends That the Alleged Ex
p d Accountant Must Complete Work Within Four Days
Council Transacts Much Business I
In response to a request from tho
board of control of the Good Roads
convention to be held in Ogdeu dur I
ing tho lair week the council hut
evening authorized the streets com
mittee to proceed to place some street
oC tho city leading to the canyon
boulevard In good condition for the
use of tho delegates to the convention
tionJ J Barker Is chairman of the
streets committee and after the or
der of tho council had been issued
he stAted that Twentyfourth street
and Harrison avenue would bo placed
in tho very best of condition for the
visitor and that the automoblllsts
or other roadsters need not be alarm
ed about the condition that the
streets mentioned will be In when the
Good Roads convention demonstration
IB made Monday Sept 26
The engrossing committee recom
mended that George Hanson the al
leged expert accountant in tho audi
tors office bo given four more days
days In which to finish the work aa
assistant In the office Tho report
was adpptcd
The committee on licenses and tho
city attorney reported that it would
be illegal for the council to allow
Blosser Foley a rebate for ton
days license because the city had
nothing to do whatever with the clos
ing of tho Ullto bar during that pe
riod the closing being of the par
tied own choosing This report was
Tho watorworkd commilleo stat
ed to tho council last evening that
It would be wise for the city fathers
to purchase 6000 leet of Slnch pipe
to bo used In the water extensions to
West Ogden and the suggestion was
adopted It Is understood that tliM
I extension will he among tho first to
bo made after this late
Fire Ch f Canfleld called the at
tention of the council to the fact
that the accumulation of hay and
other Inflammable material on the1
vlrtduct Is causing untold trouble to
tho flro department It being called
to the place about four times in tho
last week to atop tiros that had
started from the sparks of engines
passing underneath the structure The
matter was referred to the streets
committee It being a question with
tho councilmen whether the railroad
people are not responsible oltno
City Attorney DeVlne asked the
council to reconsider the question of
allowing Carl Rasmussen a refund of
taxes for sidewalk purposes and grant
his petition of last week The attor
ney stated that upon further exam
ination of the law regarding the
question ho had come to the con
clusion that the lax levy was illegal
and that Mr Rasmussen should be
reimbursed Tho attorneys recom
mendations were adopted
The report of City Engineer Boa
taphthat tho basement of the hoise
of C D Brown Is two feet above the
sewer and that ho has no cause fin
complaint was ordered filed Mr
Brown claimed that his collar Is low
er than the sewer pipes and that the
Bower Is of no value to him
The engineer wanted to bo advised
as to whether the Intersection of
Twentieth street and Washington
avenue should be SO feet wide Tho
matter was referred to tho streets
Estimates due the Moran Con
struction company for extra work on
sewer district 105 amounting to
about 20 was allowed The engineer
recommended that they bo paid
Tho city auditor reported that the
claim against the Rapid Transit
company for lumber in the um of
4155 42 was not a legal claim and tho
matter was referred to the engineer
and attorney
Tho claim of Weber county for
checking election returns of the re
cent election in the bum of 72 was
w This Is Not
1 But a Human Hair Root Showing Dandruff Germs at Work
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I I Kills the Dandruff Germ
4 and Makes the Hair Grow
r Stops Falling Hair and Removes Dandruff
pEW people are aware of the number of Dandruff Germs
I cL that infest the human hair and scalp The germs hich
I locate themselves in the follicle or sack which envelopes the
i rd root of the hair spend a lazy existence in sucking up tho
j juices which should go to keep life and strength In the hair
5 These germs cannot be seen by the naked eye but with a
magnifying glass of from 300 to 400 diameters the spores
I c of this hair destroyer may be seen in masses clinging to
r 1 the hair
4 AND FALLING HAIR are a sure sign of
ii destructive germs I
i I Wyeths Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy
I T Kills the Dandruff Germ when applied to the hair and
t prevents the curse of Baldness It also restore faded or
gray hair to Ju natural color and beauty No matter how
I gray or how long it ha been gray It will restore it to its
Ii I 4 natural color and keep it soft glossy and healthful Dont
I t cxperjment oldfashloned hairdycs but save and restore
I your hair by using Wyelh Sago and Sulphur Hair Remedy
t Price 50c and 100 at all Druggists j
Tf > ur druccut te not i > it soul Ve in afae and ue tpll Uvt WJlt rth ia
I > w o argt e < Jffra s JrtJ3d
Wyeth Chemical Company 74 Cortlandt St New York
r I Mll ibis idvenlecieal wltb the picture of the elrl cut fr0m ihe crioo of i SOc tire ol
l FREE ol MTyelho Sage lad Sulphur Heir Remedy lo Ibe Uytib Cbtmlcal Co 7 < CoriUodi SI
I Nev Yortve lllicadTQjOibom cost a full ilttSOcCuUot Vchol Complexion Crtim
allowed and the auditor authorized
to draw a warrant for the amount
The claim of Hagbcrt Anderson
city Jailor for board to prisonors lu
the sum of 20100 was allowed
The statement of August Flctcner
that his special sower tax id too
much was referred to tho sewer com
mittee and the city engineer
Dr Anna Rica was granted a Itravo
of absence of four weeks she slat
lug that she desires to spend that
length of time In special study at
a medical college In Chicago It Is
I understood that Dr Ingebretsou will
attend to he medical side of tho
citys affairs during Miss Rica ab
W IL Stark 1 T Alvord George
McBride and others petitioned the
council to repeal tho law providing
100 a year license for socalled sec
ond hand stores and that tho license
be fixed in accordance with tho busi
ness done by the petitioners they
claiming that they should he classed
as merchants rather than as sec
ond hand dealor They stutcdfuat
they felt that the ordinances now in
vogue arc discriminator agaiuat
them The matter was referred to
tho license committee
Tho city park commlssloncrors re
quested that the city fathers allow
thorn 1COO additional money to de
fray the expenses of the commission
during the balance of tho year Thin
qucston was handed to the public
buildings and grounds committee
Upon the suggestion of President
Browning it was ordered that the
city engineer advise all partlerf cut
ting tho pavement at any place In
the clUv for the purpose of placing
underground wires or for any other
purpose that they must repair the
place and put them In a pafe con
Recorder Allison stated that May
or Glasmann had refused to approve
of tho plats Qf Knob Hill addition
anJ wanted to know what to do with
them The matter was handed to
I the public buildings and grounds com
mlttee for consideration
The council adjourned to meet In
one week
To Examiner Creditors
In tho District Court of tho Second
Judicial District of tho State of Utah
within and for Weber county
In the matter of tho assignment of
B R Bowman and Paul M Leo co
partners under the firm name of the
Ogden Morning Examiner
The undersigned hereby gives no
tice of Its appointment as assignee of
time estate of B u Bowman and Paul
M LeeSlnsolvent debtors doing busi
ness under tho namo and style of
Ogden Morning Examiner at Og
den Weber county Utah to tho cred
itors of and all persons having claims
against said assignors to exhibit the
same with the necessary vouchers In
tho manner and within the period of
tlmo provided for by law to tho un
dereigned at No 319 First National
Bank building Ogden City Utah
Willis DeVInc Attorneys for As
signee No 3014 First National Bank
First Publication Aug 13th 1910
Last Publication Sept 2lth 1910
A short time ago Janitor J V
Nelson took a vacation and It seems
ho appointed Fred Nalsbltt to fill tho
position during his absence At a
previous meeting of the council Mr
j Nalsbltt presented a bill for 30 and
It was allowed but when It come be
fore the mayor ho refused to sign
the claim and ho submitted his rea
sons to the council last evening for so
The mayors veto did not fure well
in this instance however It being
passed over his head by a unanimous
The mayors veto reads as follows
To the Honorable PPrcsIdcnt and
Members of the City Council Ogden
Utah I
Gentlemen I return herewith the
claim of Fred Naisbitt for 3000 as
janitor of the City Hall I have no
I nowlcdge or recollection of having
I appointed Mr NalHbltt as janitor and
i I believe the law authorizes the May
or to appoint tho janitor of the City
i Hall
I If Mr Naisbitt has been acting as
a substitute janitor for the present I
I Janitor he must look to the party ap
pointing him to his position for his
I pay The claim is not only unlawful
but I believe the price paid to tho
I Janitor of tho City Hall Is sufficient
for him to hire his own assistants
whenever ho wishes to take a vaca
tion Respectfully submitted
Mayor x
Chicago Sept 13TWQ tenyear
I old boys played cowboy yesterday
with a revolver and today Howard
1 Simpson is reported dying at the
j Kavenswood hospital
The shot was fired by Thoniaa Shire
ly a neighbors lad in the dining
room of tho Shirley home Tho boys
had Just returned from school Young
Shlrely found an old revolver belong
l ing to his father whIch was thought
unloaded and tho gamo began When 1
in the hands of Shlrely the weapon
exploded and the bullet struck tho
Simpson lad In the head
St Louis r Sept iiMayor Fred
erick H rCrelsraan ycfltorday sent let
ters to the mayors of lOJK cities and
owns lathe St rAlds territory agk
Ing them to attend thej Tsriunal Good
Roads convention xo bo held In SU
Louis September 2 29ana 30 The
Kovornors of the several states have
appointed delegates The attendance
Is expected to reach 5000
It required a twothirds majority
vote topass a measure over the may
ors veto and thero being only five
votes against tho mayor as against
three In his favor at tho council oicot
Ing last evening the veto on tho In
creased salary ordlnaco for the Jicn
cOt of patrolmen was sustained Tho
vote was as follows
For tho veto Councilmon Brown
ing Barker and Peer
Against the veto Councilmen Fly
gare Humphrls Larson Wilson Aus
Councilmen Dana and DIckson woro
The mayors veto follows
To tho Honorablo President and
Members of tho City Council Og
den Utah
Gentlemen I return herewith
the ordinance passed by your honor
able body atthe last meeting increas
ing the salary of the policemen of
Ogden City without my approval for
the reasons
That under the constitution and
the laws of the State of Utah tho
salaries of an appointive officer can
not bo Increased or decreased during
thd term for which the appointment
has been made
In case of cities the law prescribes
that the appointment shall continue
during the term from which tho ap
pointing power Is elected Therefore
tho Increase could not apply to those
who are now serving as policemen
until after the present term of tho
city has expired l
For tho further reason that tho
citys floating debt Is so large that
ordinary good judgment should pro
hlblt any person having the good
Interests of tho city at heart to with
hold tho Increasing of salaries until
provisions have been made for tho
large floating debt
I wish to call the Councils atten
tion to the fact that tho members of
the City Council are treading on dan
gerous ground when they knowingly
increase the cityp expenditures and
the councilmen knowing all the limo
that the Income will not be sufficient
to meet tho expenditures
Also that whenever the warrants
outstanding exceed the Income of
tho city thewarrants will bo Illegal
and can be set aside by the courts
I sound this warning at this tlm
an I have on several previous occa
bions the members of tho City Coun
cil must assume the entire responsi
bility of the increase af salaries and
expenditures While the Income of tho
city does not permit of an Increase
without leaving an unlawful debt at
the end of theycar The Mayor will
not bo a party to it
Very respectfully submitted
f Mayor
Te are paying for fat bogs ao fol
lows n
Hogs from 200 Iba and up per
100 Ibs 875
Hogs from 160 to 200 Ibs per
100 Ibo 850
hops from 125 to 160 lbs per
100 Ibs 775
Wo receive bogs daily
Anybody who prefers dressed
weight on hogs may bring them In on
Tuesdays or Fridays between 730
and 10 a m Wo will then slaughter
them white you wait and pay 1175
per 100 Ibo drccsed At either of
these days you may choose whether
you want tho live weight price or
1175 dressed
We pay for fat voals from 70 to 125
lb = dressed weight 11 cents por lb
and receive them dally You may
bring them in either live or dressed
Access to our plant Is now con
venient since tho construction of tho
viaduct II
D L Hunt fourth vice president
of the Brotherhood of PaInters a ul I
Decoratois and Paper Hangers of
America Is in Ogden attempting on I
behalf of tho local painters and dec
orators to bring about some perma
nent agreement between the master
painters and their employes and to
establish if possible the closed shin p
In this city instead of the rather in
different conditions now prevailing
Mr Hunt will direct his energies to I
ward securing better working condi
tions for the local painters cllmil
natlng unfair competition equalizing
the cost and profits of contract work
and do away with the open ohop
methods employed by some of the
decorators In this city
It Is claimed that nonunion men
work at half the union scale or for
most anything they can demand from
the employer thus enabling tho con
tractor to submit lower figures on
contract work Tho union men allege
that such methods arc detrimental
to the art and that the work so done
is oftentimes inferior
They wish to organize tho shops
Hows This
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot kcurc4 by
falls Catarrh Cure
V J ClllTNCV CO Props Toledo O
w the undersigned have known F J
Cheney for the hit hitecn years and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business trans
action and financially able to carry out any
obligation made by their firm
Wist TRUAX Wholesale Oruprist ToledoO
WAJOJWC KiNvAr 5 MARVIX Wbolcwle Drug
I gist Toledo 0
Ilalls Catarrh Cure ii taken internilly act
tag directly upon the blood and mucous lour
fieei of the system Irice 75c per bottle
Sold bv all druggist Testimonials free
Halls Family Pills arc the beau
Th Mast r Brew 1
While Pabst resources and
reputation guarantee perfection
of ingredients it is the exclusive
Pabst know how backed by
sixty years of experience that is responsible
for this master brew
Blu Ribbon i
The Beer of Quality >
I Beneath its rich creamy foam you
wills find a mellow delicious
beverage that not only satisfies
as a drink but is a natural
tonic pure wholesome and
L nourishing Z
Made and Bottled Only j
by Pabst at
The proof of its
i goodness lies
in the drinking
Why not phone for case today
1 i I 1V I
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335337 24th SL
31Both Lines t
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of Ogden to revive the dying Mas
ter Painters association to draw the
employer and employe Into closer
lelationsliip with a view to bettering
tho condition of both and to build
up the trade from both view polnta
A meeting of the employers has
been called for Wednesday evening
t S oclock and It Is expected that
most of the larger firms will attend
or bo represented to discuss the open
shop question
The local union of the organization
will hold Its regular meeting on tho
following night and It is hinted that
unless something can be Jono to ad
just tho differences existing between
the contractors and the men there
may be trouble
Mr Hunt expressed the belief last
night that an agreement could be
reached but when asked what would
result If the employers refused to
consider their proposition declined to
reply insinuating that something big
would happen possibly a boycott of
tho nonunion shops or even a strike
Mr Hunt Id in direct charge of this
district as well as tho country west
to the Pacific coast and declares
that the conditions existing both hero
and in Salt Lake City have been de
plorable from a union labor stad
point for some time and that hid
present visit from Spokane was mtfle
In the hope tnat an adjustment of
these conditions could be arranged
Harry Myer was arrested hate yes
terday afternoon at the City restau
runt on lower Twentyfifth street on
the charge disturbing the poacp I
Met had but just been released from
tho city jail and had purchased some
new clothes and was on his waj to
Salt Lake City JIo stopped In tlio
jestaurant and soon became involved
In an altercation with the proprie
tors Ho became violent and tho police
were called and the rcarrest was ef
At a meeting of the trustees of
tho State Industrial school held yes
terday E J Mllno was appointed
secretary of the board of trustees
with headquarters at the Institution
vice C R Holllngsworth
The board members were John
Walsh of Farmlngton Harry Ioeut
of Salt Lake and Harold Poery of
Mr Holllngsworth has been secro
tary of the board of trustees of the
i Industrial school for the past tot
The Republican county central corI
mlttee met yesterday afternoon cml
decided to hold the primaries for
the election of delegates to ira state
and county conventions on Friday
Sept 23 I
Tho county convention It va de
cided will be held In Ogden on Sept
The apportionment of djlegatea
will bo one for every 00 votes cat
for Congressman Joseph Howoll In
The Elite Cafe Is roopenod for bus
iness undor the iiovr management of
Dlossor Foley
In Their New Building The F J
Kelsel company has moved Into Its
new building In Pocatollo where they
will conduct a branch business
Wild = West Show T on10frow
The Great Frontiers Day Program Prepared for ExPresident Roosevelt Will be Repeated in Og
den Tomorrow and Thursday September 14th and 15th at the Ogden Fair
Grounds Sec This Program
The following partial program has
been prepared for Ogden
Frontier Days show from Chey
NoloIn all events contested by
Individuals the purses will be divided
05 per cent 25 per cent and 10 per
cent In team contests entire purse
goes to winning team
Cow pony race open to all one
fourth mile Ponies must bo 11
hands two Inches high and carry
cow saddles Purse 7500
Indian Pony race open to full blood
ed Indians onefourth mile Purse
Freeforall for untrained race I
horses onefourth mile Purse
Bulldogging of wild Texas etccro
The steer Is given a start of 150 feel I
Cowboy chases him on horseback
jumps from his horse tq the back of
thoi8teer rcachlngjootweon tho horns t
t and catching the 8teerrby tho nose
with His hands and tooth throws him
to the ground
Ladies cow pony race onfourth
mllo Contestants must ride astride
Purse 75 00
Trick roping by famous experts
Cowboy relay race ono and one
half miles each rider to bo allowed
three horses and two assistants and
must change mounts twice In the
race the rider winning the most half
miles In two days to got first money
Purse 17500
Indian pony race onefourth mile
I for squaws and maidens Purse
Hat lace open to allmen and wo
men rider to cover 150 yards pick
ing up three hats on the way and
throwing them on tho other side of
the horse rider picking up all the
hats and making the best time to be
declared tho winner Purse 5000
Riding of wild horses fresh from
the ranges and never before handled
by the most expert riders In tho
Indian war dance by a band of
fifty fullblooded Sioux Indians from
the Pine Ridge reservation
Exhibition of trick roping by world
famous ropers
Ducking horse contest for tho cham
pionship of tho world Each contest
ant shall ride anV horse as often as
tho judges may deem necessary tho
judges to secure at least five riders
at the end of the second day for the
finals on tho last day Any rider pull
ing leather will be disqualified Purse
Roping contest open to tho world
entrance fee of 10 to bq added to
I the purse steers to have sixty feet
start then roped and hogtIed if a
steer is not roped Itbiu three mln
jites the constants will withdraw
uponElgna I from the judge THo < six
men making the best time In the pre
liminaries will be selected for the I
finals on the last days Purse 100 I
Wild horse race one mile each
contestant to have ono assistant to I
have hackarnore saddle and blindfold
ready at thlrwlro and ready to reo I
I celve horses when delivered by tho I
management First horse under tho
wire running the right way to bo I
declared the winner Purse 100
Special Wild West features Includ
ing some of tho most daring feats
known in cowboy life Tho manage
ment will pay 100 to any man that
will ride slick scratch and whip a
horse designated and will also pay
8100 to any man who will produce a
Pacific coast horse that ono of their
exports cannot rldij slick scratch and
Nightshirt race on horseback ODS
and oneelghth miles get off and
light a cigar at first quarter get off
and change coat at half get oil
and open grip and put on nightshirt
at threequarters mount and ride tO4
within twenty yards of the finish dis
mount and carry saddle and grip ua
der wire Pun 575
In Full War Paint Will Give the j
War Dance All at Ogden
Fair Grounds
r General cidmlcefbn 50 ce triif
Children under 14 25 cents
Children with parents under 6frCe
Grand stand25 cents extra
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