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There comes a time when your grip on things weakens
Your nerves arc unstrung the vital forces low the stomach
is weak and the blood
impoverished You feel old age
creeping over you Be careful of yourself Take
BEmCHAMS PillS
at once there is need to renew the life forces Weak
nerves wearied brains sick stomach feeble blood torpid
liver sluggish bowels all feel the quickening effects of
Beecham Their use makes all the difference The
tonic action of these pills the vital
upon organs is imme
diate thorough and lasting They are Natures own remedy
For wn = iWDW Cowulitions
Sold Everywhere in Bozos lOc And 25c
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SpriBJIg MiUiIDJery Opening
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Thursday 9 Friday and Saturday 9 f
March 18 19 a n 20
NEW PATTERNS t
Just selected from latest eastern displays
OUR WN CREATIONS
Bristling with artistic originality Jaunty Modec for the Miss Trim
Models for the Matron Elegant Designs for Social Functions Spe
cial Orders Satisfactory to the most fastidious
The Lady of Quality will be delighted with the styles and everybody
with the prices all things considered I
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Successor to 66 THE PALACE
2138 Washington Avenue
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ITS DIFFERENT NOW I I
Adam shaved with a clamshell and Eve fastened rains diaper
with a thorn Those wore the clamshell diaper days f
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helper and
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THE MUD TURTLE
Lays as many eggs as the hen But the mud turtle does not cackle
Moral It pays to advertise By advertising our Yost Gearless
motor washing machine In tho Local Papers we have made wash
day a day of pleasure instead of ono of drudgery In man homos In
Ogden Will your home be the next
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Machine can be seen in operation at W H Wright Son
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Meter
To read the dials of an electric meter it Is only necessary to noto
the record of each dial beginning with tho right and writing tho re
sult from right to lott to obtain the readings Owing to the close
ness oljthc observation requlrod and tho possibilities of errors
caused by the angle of sight it Is necessary to read each dial ex
cept the right hand ono in connection with the ono of next lower
value
AS A GENERAL RULE IT MAY BE STATED THAT WHEN A
POINTER STANDS BETWEEN ANY TWO NUMBERS ON A DIAL
THE LOWER NUMBER IS ALWAYS READ
The email figures above each dial give the numerical value of
one division thereon as Is units lOa tens 100s hundreds
1000 Uliousauds Each division of the units dial represents lie
worth 6l electricity
electricityREADING THE METER
In reading the dial shown above the lowest or Is dial Is first read
the result being 1 The lOa dial follows The pointer stands between
the 8 and the 9 and Is read 8 and the reading of tho two dials Is n
On the loon dial the pointer has passed the 5 and stands almost on
tho 6 it cannot however be read G until the pointer on the 10s dial
bas completed the revolution of which Oj has been covered conse
quently the pointer is read 5 and the total reading ot tho three dials
is 581 Likewise the pointer on tho tOOOs dial must be read 1 since
the pointer on tho lOOa dial has made but 05 of a revolution since
the pointer on the 1000s hand stood at 1 The total reading of tho
meter Is 1581
FIGURING THE BILL
In order to figuro the bill suppose your register now stands at
1581 while at the previous reading it stood at 1557 the difference 21
Would show tho number of unity consumed during the period and
the hill would bo 24 unitcxllc or 2G4
With a little practice ono can learn to road the motor without
difficulty and a few seconds spent each day In glancing at tho read
ing and checking the consumption will enable one to keep In touch
with tho amount of current being used and In this way keep tho
bills down
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English Pugilists Did
Well in This Country I I
The British fighters are still flock
ing to this country
Jem Bowker the little bantam
weight who won over Franklo Nell
when the latter held the championship
arrived last week and is training for
a twelveround contest with Al Del I
mont the husky New Englander tho
contest to take place In Boston on
March 1C tomorrow night It took
quite a little coaxing to bring Jem
over but after he had been told of the
wonderful success achieved by his
countrymen and incidentally tho long
wads of the realm that they have rak
ed In for their little fistic engagements
he packed his grip accompanied by
his highness Alfie Wicks who came
to tho coast with Owen Moran when
the latter first mixed with Attell he
wiped the English boil from his heels
and departed for America
Bowker Is reputed to be just as clev
er as the rest of his countrymen but
has no punch to speak of At that
the short fights in the east will be to
his liking and he should be able to
gather
English fighters are now the big
card in the east The clever work of
Owen Moran Jem Driscoll and Fred
die Welsh have put their stock on a I
high basis with the lovers of boxing
and a good house always greets them
when they strip for action I
Tho Influx of Brltlshers has been
quite extensive during the past six
monthsthough all have not mad I
good Jem Driscoll In his few lights
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made a tremendous hit and was ac I
corded a great ovation when he de
parted for homo alter his fight with
Attoll in which he mado a showing
that has put him In right He will be
back In about a month and then tho i
Californlans will in all probability ho
given the chance to see him in action
He is a fightor who does not haggle
over the weight fig ho has taken on
men outweighing him ten pounds and
wonAmong the late arrivals who fought
and staved or left for home are Boyo
Driscolnot related to Jem and his
fighting caught tho Now York fans
Harry Mansfield the welterweight
has departed for home After making
some good fights In tho Quaker city
against Harry Lewis and Jack Black
burn he signed up with Jimmy Gard
ner who slipped one over In the first
round and ended hostilities Mans
field who is still a youngster In his
teens felt soro over the defeat and
blew
Welch Is still in New Orleans where
lie has been handing It to secondraters
In great shape lie Is probably the
toughest of the tribe and is entitled to
a match with Nelson for the title He
has proven that he has the real stuff
in him and a fight between Nelson and
the Englishmen would be a big attrac
tion
Moran has been very busy east haVe
lug boxed soveral fights during tho
past month at Boston and Phlladel
> hia His manager Is now trying to ar
range a tenround battle for him with
Battling Nelson and It looks as
though the battle will be clinched and
fought In New York shortly Willis
Britt has Jjeen talking to the jiromot
ers for the Battler
Tom Thomas who Is considered the
best middleweight the Britishers have
produced In years Is matched to fight
Willie Lewis the American pugilist
In London on ijarch 29 Tho National
Sporting club wIlsfug the bout and
hey will go twenty rounds After this
fight Thomas will come to this coun
try
tryjack Palmer the heavyweight
bloomer who had his try here and
got a nice trimming at the hands of
Jack Twin Sullivan at Los Angeles
IG doing time across the pond He is
In the same jail with Pedlar Palm
er who Is serving a term for murder
ENGLISH FIGHTER IS
DEFEATED BY DETMONT
Boston March 17Jem Bowkor of
England who claims to be the ban
tam weight champion boxer of the
world was outfought by Al Detmont
of Boston In 12 rounds last night
Dotmont showed his strength in tho
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sixth by knocking Bowker down
Bowker was superior in the block I
Ing game but Detmonts terrific lefts
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to the body arid right swings to tho
face were delivered steadily through
out Bowker was floored again in tho
tenth and in the eleventh round he
was sent down three times in succes
sion Near the close of the twelfth the
Boston man delivered a telling right
to the head which sent Bowker to the
floor for the last time though tho
champion was able to rise as the bell
ended the fight The decision was giv
en to Defmont
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ANOTHER WORLDS RECORD
AT BOWLING CONGRESS
Plttsubrg Pa March 1GAnother
worlds record was brokon at todays
session of the ninth International
tournament of the American Bowling
congress although the score was not
high enough to place the team among
tho first ten In the event Mrs M
Kern and her daughtor Miss Bertie
from St Louls In the double events
this morningf rolled 1021 bealtng the
score of 964 made by Mrs Hull and
Mrs Rosskopt at Cincinnati last year
and setting up a new worlds bowl
Ing record for woraue
Much Interest was evidenced tonight
In the match between A C Jolllson
and H B Sanders both of St Louis
who rolled off a tie for the gold medal I
offered each year by the American
Bowling congress to tho man making I
a perfect score during the congress
Jelllson and Sanders each mado a
I score of 300 Jelllson won tho gold
modal by rolling 515 Sandersons
score was 112
I BASEBALL I
CHICAGO 1 PORTLAND 6
San Luis Obispo Cal March 16
The Chicago White Sox wero given a
bad beating by Portland today The
score R HIL
Chicago 1 4 a
Portland 6 10 2
Batteries Olmstead and Lange
Payne and Shaw Carson Grarrey and
Armbruster
ONLY ONE GAME PLAYED
IN POLO TOURNAMENT
San Diego Cal March 16only ono
game was played today in the polo
toumamcnt at Coronado The Ranc
lagh team oC England contesting with
Burlingame second team In the Round
Robin special for the Sprockets trophy
It was a onesided affair except in the
first period and Ranelagh won 11 to 1
The Burlingharue second team was
played together before either in tour
nament or in practice As a result they
depended mainly on individual effort
and there was little teamwork The
Rnnelagh players snowed much bet
ter form than in their contest with
the Burlingame first team on Satur
day The improvement In team work
especially was noticeable
Burllugame started with a rush to
day and 40 seconds after the ball was
put into play Parsons sent It between
the posts for JBurlhjgamos only goal
of the contest
After that Burllngamo rarely had an
opportunity to score belngalmost con
stantly on the defensive Of Kanelagns
11 goals Mackey got five Gill four and
Rotherham two For Burlingame an
Englishman Captajn N Guest did
especially fine work
Interest In the tournament now
seems centered In the contest for sec
ond place In the round robin The
hurling aino flnjti team Is generally
conceded to be certain of first hon
ors For second place Kanolaghs
chances are bright and the Engllsn
men and Bryn Mawr are about equal
favorite for second nonors
Ten games are yet to be played In
the round robin When these are com
pleted there will be three days pla
In the AllAmerican tournament
EMERYVILLE RESULTS
Oakland March 16 Booger Red
tha game sprinter again displayed his
class at Emeryville today when ho
heat a fine field in the Wildfire handi
cap He was a favorite throughout
the ring and after running third to
Psjaoroita and Berry Maid ran over
them the last quarter Smiley Corbett
was second and Berry Maid third
Gypsy King was bid up rfom S5UU
to 806 by L Stock but retained H
G Bedwell then claimed the The Avon
for 726 Results
First race three and a half furlongs
purye Glennndcen 112 Gross 15 lo
1 won Galvesca 111 Butler 12 to
J second Eel 107 Borel 12to 1
third Time 042 35
Second race sixfurlongs selling
Gypsy King 110 Taplin 17 to 10
won St Avon 112 Rettlg S to 1
second Antigo 116 Archibald 7 to
1 third Time 114 15
Third race mile and a sixteenth
s The Peer 92 Ross 11 to 6
won Cowan 88 Glass 5 to 1 second
Rubric 109 Butler 11 to 1 third
I Time 14635
Fourth race Wildfire handicap live
and a half furlongs Booger Red 114
Rettig 13 to 5 won Smiley Corbett
322 Mentry 8 to 1 second Berry
Mold 118 Lee 23 to 5 third Time
10735
Fifth race mile and a sixteenth
selling Fan tastlcr09 Buxton 2 to
1 won Cadlchon1 111 Archibald
even second Gone Russell 105
Walsh 10 to 1 third Time 14915
Sixth race seven furlongs selling
I Banposal 110 Mentry 10 to 1 won
l1ho Mist 109 Rettig 11 to 5 see
Ss S OLD HEALS SDRES
Before any sore can heal the cause which produces it must be removed
As long as the blood from which our systems receive their necessary nour
ishment and strength remains impure and contaminated with disease germs
any old sore on the body will remain open and resist every effort made to
heal it The nerves and tissues of the flesh around the places arc continu
ally fed with unhealthy matter and nature is simply disposing of the poison
by draining it from the system through the sore The only cure for an old
sore is a thorough cleansing of the blood entirely ridding the system of the
cause S S S heals old sores removing every particle of impurity from
the circulation It goes down to the very bottom of the trouble and so com
pletely cleanses the circulation that there is no longer any impurity to drain
through the sore but the place is once more nourished with rich health
ful blood S S S heals the sore from the bottom the place soon fills in
with healthy firm flesh the tenderness leaves all discharge ceases the
skin regains its natural color and when S S S has thoroughly cleansed and
purified the blood the place is permanently healed Book on Sores and
Ulcers and any medical advice free to all who write r
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA
end Adena 105 Walsh 9 to 1 third
lime 12815
SANTA ANITA RESULTS
Los Angeles March 1C Prince
Ahmed belonging to Ed Alvery cap
tired the feature event at Santa Anita
this afternoon running the mile lu
13S The winner hold at 7 to 10 in
the belting laid off in the early pace
until turning out of the backstretch
where he gradually overhauled the
leaders and won in a gallop by two
and a half lengths Old Timer tho
extreme outsider In the betting tired
badly at the end but Just managed to
heat Gowan for tho place
In the first race Llddington was tho
medium of a heavy plunge but he was
not good enough to beat Salnwa
First race five and a half furlongs
soiling Salnwa 109 V Powers
even won Liddlngton 112 McGee
G to 5 second Sir Angus 116 Pres
on 7 to 1 third Time 1OS
Second race throe and a half fur
longs purac Angerona 97 C Rus
sell 4 to 1 won Irma Lee 109 Ken
nedy 30 to 1 second Brovlte 108
iMusgravc 6 to 1 third Time 041
Third race sic furlongs selling
Achieve 107 D Wilson 9 to 2 won
Garland 107 J Howard 25 to 1 sec
ond Bell of Brass 107 T Rico 11
tc 1 third Time 11315
Fourth race one mile purac Prince
Ahmod 108 Musgravo 7 to 10 won
Old Timer 104 Kennedy 30 to 1 sec
ond Gowan 96 McCahoy 5 to 12
third Time 138
Fifth race mile and an eighth sell
ing Molcsey 107 McGoe 1 to 2
won John Louis 106 Musgrave 18
to to 6 second Snowball 106 J
Brooks 15 to 1 third Time 152 35
Sixth race six furlongs Freo
Knight The Boar 114 Butwell 7 to
1 won Fundamental 106 Musgravo
5 to 1 second Father Stafford 101
Kennedy 9 to 2 third Time
11225
Seventh race seven furlongs sell
ing John A 116 0 Brooks 11 to
5 won Likely Diodonno 113 Bre
den 50 to 1 second Stringency 118
V Powers 4 to 5 third Time
12625
A Simple Prescription For the
Hair
In the good old days cur mothers
used to tell us to rise garden sage
for dandruff and falling hair A sim
ple Infusion was made of the common
garden sage and applied to the roots
of tho hair This old Limo remedy is
still used in many sections of the coun
tiy to this day It has also been die
covered that the Indians of the north
west used to make a brew or tea
of the wild sago sage brush and ap
ply it for all scalp affections White
people also used this sago brush tea
with good results A careful study
has been made of the different kinds
ot sage and it has been found that
the wild sage or sago brush contains
much more of this certain curative
property than does the tame sage
The reason for this is apparent The
wild sage growing as it docs In a soil
rich In sulphur and volcanic ash ant
uially contains much more medicinal
matter
Ono of the main objections to tic
use of these crude preparations es
pecially so of tho wild sago was Ute
disagreeable odor of the brush This
objection has been overcome after
three years of careful experimenting
IP a laboratory especially fitted for
the purpose so that you can now pro
cure a preparation free from all the
disagreeable odors but still containing
all the active principles of the wild
sage This preparation is guaranteed
to cure dandruff and stop falling hair
and will do so if directions are care
fully followed
Ask for Sago Brush Hair Tonic For
rate at all the leading Drug Stores
and Barber Shops In this city
COMMITTEE
SELECTED
BY 6AR
TO CONFER WITH OFFICIALS RE
GARDING RAILROAD RATES
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Mayor Brewer to Send Invitation In
Behalf of Ogden City to Presi
dent Taft
The DIxLogan Post committee of
OgJen having In hand arrangements
for the entertainment of the old sol
diers of the nation who will visit Utah
during the national encampment to
be held In Salt Lake next August to
gether with committees appointed
from the Weber club the Chamber of
Commerce and the Retail Merchants
association of Ogden met at the We
ber club rooms last evening for the
purpose of taking some definite ac
tion regarding the securing of spc
clal railroad rates btwoon Ogden and
Salt Lake during the time of the en
campment
The matter was considered In all
of Its phases the ultimate conclusion
being that an effort should be put forth
to secure a railroad rate that would
enable the Grand Army visitors to
spend a part of their time at least In
Ogden To this end a committee was
appointed to take the matter up with
the railroad companies and see what
could be done The committee ap
pointod was as follows F J Kclsol
chairman Joseph Scowcroft Mayor
Brewer E T Hulaniskl and W M
Bostaph
Tho committee was authorized and
Instructed to immediately begin work
toward securing tho rates desired and
it Is said by members of the commit
tee that no time will be lost in tho
matter In tho face of the fact that
It has been announced that President
Taft will visit Utah at the time of
the Grand Army encampment It was
argued that steps should be taken to
have him visit Ogden during that
time It was finally decided that tho
mayor of the city should extend an
Invitation to the president to visit Og
don while In the state and he chief
executive of the city was so instructed
Jt is contemplated by the commit
tee that if the president accepts the
invitation special arrangements for
his entertainment will be made The
Idea prevailed that If President Taft
decides to come to Ogden the day of
his visit hero willbecome the Ogden I
Day of the national encampment and
that all the Grand Army visitors to
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OGDEN UTAH
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OGDEN UTAH
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Monarch of Table and Medicinal Waters Is a purely natural
mineral waterthe ONLY in the United Statesbottled at tho
Natural Mineral Water Springs
SODA SPRINGS IDAHO
The UTAH NATIONAL BANK I
of OGDEN 9 UTAH
OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY FACILITY WHICH
THEIR BALANCES BUSINESS AND RESPONSIBILITY
WARRANT
J E Dooly President Ralph E Hoag Cashier
Horace E Peery VicePres A V McIntosh Asst Cashier
OGDEN STATE BANK
OGDEN UTAH
Wo endeavor to adiVance the business interests
of our customers in every legitimate way
H C Bigelow Prest J M Browning VicePrest
A P Bigelow Cashier
J US Depositary 4
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OGDEN UTA1
Capital and Undivided Profits 27500000
David Eccles Pres M S Browning VicePres
G H Tribe VicePres John Pingree Cashier
John Watson VicePres Jas F Burton Asst Cashier
the state will he Invited and expected
to visit the city on that day
Reduced rallrpad rates are espe
cially desired between Salt Lake and
Ogden during the time of the encamp
ment because a large number of the
old soldiers who contemplate visiting
Utah at that time have expressed a
desire to take up Quarters in Ogden
They however cannot well afford to
do this unless the railroad rate be
tween the twp cities is reduced to a
point hero the expense of moving
from one city to the other would bo
within reason According to state
ments by some who profess to know
low rate for I
it Is very certain that a
the round trip between Ogden and Salt I
Lake can be secured but a strong ef
fort will be put forth on the part of
the committee to get a 25cent rate
WANT ADS BRING BIG KESllLlS j
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OGDEN TURF
EXCHANGE
I Private Wires to All Cali I
fornia Tracks
OVER ELITE CAPE
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I A Corinne VI JtorC W Lawrence
1 city treasurer of Corinno was In the
I city today attending to matters of
business and greeting his numerous
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friends 1
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Generally denllltatcd for years
I Had sick headaches jacked ambition
was wornout and all rundown Bur
dock BloodBitteramademo a well
I worn 11 n MfsiCha FroltoyMoosup
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