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The accompanying map Is reproduced exactly from the original submitted by Commander Penry with his ofllclil
BUitcrucnt by which he hopes to prove that Dr Frederick A Cook never reached the north pole The map pur
ports to have been traced out In the presence of the two Eskimos vho yt re with Dr Cook and according tc
Peary lg based upon their actual statements ns to Cooks entire Journey flW dotted lines lu the small map in the
upper loft hand corner Is the route which Dr Cook says ho took oji his Journey to and from the pole after leaving
Cope Thomas Hubbard The lucvulir Jinn cMMuUnp uo tntut from Isachscu Land is the edge of the luud Ite
beyond which Peary declares Dr Cook din not cuiure
LIBEL sun STARTED y HIE
GOVERNMENT IS DISMISSED
Inudianapolis Oct 12JUllgo A
Anderson of tho U S court today
dismissed the proceedings against
Delavan Smith and Charles R WIl
lianas proprietors of tho Indianapolis
News who woro resisting removal to
the District of Columbia for trial un
der a grand jury Indictment charging
them with criminal libel in publish
tug articles alleging corrupt prollt of
2S000000 In tho sale of the Panama
canal to the United States
That man has read the history of
our inatltutlpns to little purpose said I
Judge Anderson who does not view I
with apprehension the success of such
n proceeding as this to tho end that
citizens could be dragged from their
homes to the District of Columbia
the seat of the government for trial
undor the circumstances of this case
The defendants are discharged
1 bcllee the fact that certain per
sons are called thieves and swindlers
docs not constitute libel per so A
newspaper has certain duty to per
form As a former president has
said it Is tho duti of a newspaper to
print the nows and to toll tho truth
about Il It Is the duty of a news
paper to draw Inferences for tho peo
pie I
Now there arc many peculiar cir i
cumstances about the whole Panama
canal business Tho peoule were In
terested in tho construction of the
canal It was a matter of great pub
lic concern a large portion of tho
people favored the Nicaraguan route
another portion those who were In
terested in it officially and personal
ljust Interested preferred tho
Panama route A committee was ap
pointed to investigate tho relative
merits or tho two routes They In
t ebtlgatc i and reported in favor of the
i Nicaragua Shortly afterwards they
i changed to Panama
° Up to tho time of that change as
I I gather from tho evidence the low
i esl offer which had boon suggested
ab tho ono at which the Panama prop
I trtjtH property of the Panama
canal company could be purchased
was something ocr ono hundred mll
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Its Easier
To keep health
while you have it
Than to get it
S
hack when lost
A change from coffee to
wellmade I
POSTUM
NOW
May save many an ache
1 and ill of body and brain
later on
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Theres a Reason
Read tho famous little
book The Road to Well
yule in pkgs It bus been
called a little Health Clas J
sic
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lion Then rather suddenly It became
known that It could be procured kNow
forty J
millions
Now there were a number of peo
ple who thought there was something
wrong A committee of the U S sen
ate was appointed to Investigate theso
matters The coinniltoo IfO as stetted
In these ai tides These men who knew
all about II Illlam Neleon Cromwell
upon having certain questions put to
him stood upon his privilege as rn
attorney and refused to answer To
m > mind that was just grounds for
suspicion I am suspicious about it
now
nowHero
Hero was a newspaper printing tho
news or trying to Here was this
mutter up for discussion and I am not
willing to say that the Inferences were
too strongly drawn
Tills Indictment charges these de
fendants with commission of a crlmo
in the District of Columbia Now the
constitution of the United States In
one of the amendments provides that
tho accused shall be iried in thostafo
or district whore the offence is cot
milted I
Tho Indianapolis News Is owned
by those defendants conducted and I
published by them printed in Indian
apolls At the time coered by the
Indictment It had a daily circulation
of about ninety thousand copies All
but about tuo thousand wore circular
od and disposed ot In tho stnto of
Indiana some four or five hundred
more In one or two of the adjoining
states and to the District of Columbia
there was sent b > mall aoout 60 copies I
to subscribers poreons who ordered
them sent The defendants have no
agent or bureau office and maintain
no agent or bureau In Washington I
So tho question Is do the defend
ants when they prepare and publish
fib copies in the city of Indianapolis
and deposit thorn In the United States
mall to be transmitted by mail to
fitly subscribers In Washington
they pubhsn these fiftj copies In
Washington7 If they do if they did
the court has jurisdiction of the of I
fense But If tho did not then the
court has neither jurisdiction of the
offense or oer the defendants
Everything that tho evidence shows
that the defendants do or did the
do and did In tho state of Indiana
city of Indianapolis 1 have thought
about this thing a good deal and it
seems to me I am compelled to take
one o two views and there is noth
ing between them Either when a
newspaper owner or proprietor does
waat tho evidence In this case shows
those defendants did print and de
posit In the malls for circulation thoso
papers containing therein for tho pur
pose of this statomentllbelous article
cither they arc guilt here and In ov
cry count district or jurisdiction
into which these papers go or the
aro onlj guilty here There Is no
middle ground to take
When the defendants put these I
papers containing those libelous
articles Into the postofflce here in
Indianapolis and they went through
tho malls throughout the country into
tho various states counties and dls H
trios of tho united States it became
a crime a separate and independent
crime In every one of the counties
districts or states Into which tho pa
pers wont or there was but one crime
and that was here
The counsel for tho go eminent
supposed a case where a nowspipor
Is deposited In Indianapolis and clr
culRtcd throughout the ninolj two
counties of Indiana 1 asked wbother
they could be prosecuted In every
county and the counsel thought they
could and lu the absence of this
statute they could Then suppose
there was an indictment lu Paso >
count Would they havo tho trial
I and prosecution In Marlon county
The counsel for the soornmont
inought they would I do not think
so at all I am certain of it I feel
lllto saying I know It
PRESIDEfirr AFT
1n I I A S J c 1i1CRi niLE ASEv1I
Riverside Cal Oct 12 After
spending eight das In the state of
California President Taft left here
I
late tonight and is speeding across the
I Colorado desert His way leads him
foi a time below the level of the sea
i and tomorrow morning will find the
hick to the East well under nay
1 back to the East welll under way P
I The president spent much of today In
Ilhe famous orange districts surround
lins Los Angeles driving tor miles
through the immense groos of Red
lands and Riverside Altogether Mr
Taft made more than tlfty miles b > i
automobile today and having fallen
twenty fle minutes behind his echo
ule at San Bernardino was carried
along the roads between that cit
and Riverside at a rate of speed that
at times exceeded 35 miles an hour
i There r wcsre ten or twehe automo
1 bllOvlij lIne and the dust they stirred i
up where the roadway had not boon
I oiled vas suffocating
Beginning his day with a trip to I
the Soldiers Homes at Sawtqlle juot
outside of Los Angeles at 9 oclock
this morning and speaking there t n
an audience of 2000 veterans the
president went next by motor to Pas
dens to be ontoi laincd at luncheon by
citizens at the Maryland hotel Yt
Tonight tho president was the guest
01 honor at a banquet In the Glen
wood hotel Mr Taft declared that
he had thoroughly enjoyed his stay In
California and was more deeply 1m
pressed than ever with the tremor
dous sizo and diversified Interests and
climates ol the state
School children continued today to
bo a feature of the presidents visit to
the arlous communities Included In
Its itinerary Mi Taft declared that
after Hoeing so many thousands of
chubby checked and chubby legged
boys and girls on his traels of the
last four weeks ho was convince
that tho future of the country Is safe
On mount Rtibidciix this after
noon the president participated In the
umciling of a tablet sot In solid rock
to tho memory of the founder of the
California missions Fro Juniper
Serra On tho tablet Toro tho threo
words Apostle Leglslator Builder
Mr Taft kept his Pasadena lunch
eon hosts waiting half an hour with
he dictated and signed a mass of of
ficial mall The president sent word
of the delay and declared that the
affairs of state must go on regardless
of whether lie was to be allowed to
oat luncheon or not 0s
A large delegation from the Loa
QUQ ter
Scotch Oats
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T Angeles chamber of commerce wear
Ing hugo yellow ribbon badges with
the word Boosters printed In bold
face type accompanied tho president
from Los Angeles
At every station ho got off the train
the president greeted the ardent
Boosters with a wide grin and had
them In bib car from time to time dur
ing tho railroad journey from Pusi
dena to Sin Bernardino
Lieut General Adna R CKifTec re
tired was with the president on the
special trolley trip to tho soldiers
home this morning and as the prctsl
dentin car went hlzzlne lo a subur
ban station without stopping It re
minded him of an experience he had
had with President byes In 1870
The general was captain of the
sixth cavalry at the time anti was sta
tioned at Fort McDowell Ariz One
day ho receded cdirs to march with
his troop to Manpoa foitlhe mllos
away to do what honor he might 10
President Hayes as he passed through
The dubt vas too feet deep most of
the way said General Cluiffce and
when we got there wore all played out
It was not long until wo got word that
tho presidents train was coming It
did come too ai the rate of about
sixty miles an hour and wont whiz
zing by with tie bell clanging
PROBATE END
GUARDIANSHIP IsOTIOES
Consult County Clcrli or the Rcpc
tlvo Signers for Farther
Infrn tticn
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Mary Horrocks Lcaxltt
deceased
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to tho undersigned at the
residence of George J Mnrsh attar
ncy for oxcoiitorn Gab Twonti eighth
street Ogden Utah on or bcfoio Jan
nary 20th 1010
JAMBS LEAVITT and
CIIAUiNC L LDAVTT
Executors
Estate of A R C Smith Creditors
will present claIms with ouchers to
the undersigned at the law offices of
Halveroon Pratt attornojs for ex
ecutors at Non 102 1 Ecoles Build
Ing Ogdon Utah on op bctoio tho
16th day of August 1910
REBDCOA SMITH
JOHN WATSON
M S BROWNING
Executors
DAKOTA WILL HONOR
WOMAN SUFFRAGIST
SpoKane Wash OcL 12 Mrs
Helen La Rcinc Baker tno rlclioot
woman In cistern Washington firs
slco president ol the Spokane Equal
Suffrage olub nun of tho founders oC
t h College Equal Suffrage club dole
gato from the Northwest to the inter
national convention In London Eng
land last spring and champion of
militant methods has boon accorded
an unique honor Governor R S
Vcsscv of South Dakota This Is in
Imitation to dlscims equal suffrage be
foro members of the state fodeiated
clubs at PIerre the mlddlo of this
month whon sloe will be tho guest of
Governor and Mrs t Vosscy at Iho
oxpcntlve mansion
Mrs Baler will leave Spokane on
October 12 for SturgIs S D whoio
Mrs LYdia Johuonr president of the
South Dakota Womans Federated
clubs and State Equal Suffrage asso
ciation has niangcd n meeting From
there the party will go to tho gOY I
ernors mansion In pierre Mrs Ba
ker will also address several public
gatherings while at the capital
Afterward Mrs Biker accompanied
by Mrs Johnson will visit other cities
In South Dakota making addresses on
equal suffrage and starting work lu
the campaign for Jp optional oic
ote which is to b6 taken In South
Dakota at the same time the question
is submitted In Washington next vest
As a guest of Sarah Platt Decker
of Denver Mrs Bakor will study tho
precinct system In Colorado the unit
of organization to which Is attributed
the greatest success of the suffrage
mocment and upon her return In No
vember Mrs Baker will begin acthe
work with the local college club
which purposes to make a statewide
campaign to win the battle for the bal
lot
I am not afraid of soap I
have never found that it in
jured my skin I wash my
face with Ivory Soap and hot
water every night and morn
ing At night I apply cold
cream rubbing well into my
face and neck and leaving it
on over night In this way it
is absorbed into the skin
This is the method of
caring for her complex
ion which is followed by
Iowas most beautiful
woman
Ivory Soap
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Every poro and gland of tho skin 13 employed In tho nocossary work 01
preserving Its smooth oven toxturo softonlng and cleansing It and regulat
ing the temperature of our bodies This Is done by an evaporation through
each tiny outlet witch goes on continually day and night Vhon tho blood j
becomes i
Infootod with humors and acids a certain percentage of those
j Impurities also pass off with tho natural evaporation and their sour fiery r
i nature Irritates and inflames tho skin and dries up its natural oils causing I
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S S S cures side troubles of ovory kind by neutralizing tho acids and I
I removing the humors from tho blood S S S cools tho acidheated circus i
I laden builds it up to Its normal strength and thickness multiplies ita I i
nutritious red corpusclca and enriches it in every way Then tho skin I
instead of being irritated and diseased by tho exuding acrid matter is I
nourished soothed and softened by this cooling healthy stream of blood I
S S S the greatest 01 blood purifiers ospols all foreign matter and surely j
cure1 Eczema Acne Tottor Salt Rhoum and all othor diseases and
affections Of tho skin It removes pimples blackheads and other un
sightly blemishes from the skin and assists in restoring a good complexion
Book on Skin Diseases and any medical advice desired froo to nil who write
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA
V HUlliabRe Experience
It Is a good financial
oxporlonco for
a young man or woman
to have a checking account and pay all bills by check It gives
ono grontoi efficient In tho handling of funds
Accounts subject to check are invited
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Surplus and Profits 5 7500000
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ycttr i haul worlTfi Y ttiFoiiD n lc1r older why not ben year
wiser Start flint savings account today NOW IS THE
TIME It will make you happy and every dollar added to it j
moires you a happier man and a otter oitiVcn I
AVc will pay you four per cent interest on the money you
t deposit in our bank and compound the interest quarterly
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Oriental and imported designs
Come early and make your selections
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This is only one ot the advantages of the through train 1 I
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service of the Union Pacific and the
h e a
Milwaukee St Paul
RailwayI
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The Union Passenger Station Chicago is located in the
heart of the city and the hotel and shopping district js
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C S WILLIAMS Commercial i
Agent 106 West Second South Street
Salt Lake City Utah
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UTAft NATIONAL
RANK
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OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL >
ANCES BUSINESS AND RE
SPONSIBILITY WARRANT
J E Dooly President St
Horace E Peery VlcsPres
Harold J Peery Vice Prca
Ralph E Hoag Cashier
A V Mclntosb Ast Cashier
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OGDEN
STATE RANK
OGDEN UTAH
H C BIgelow President
J M Drowning Vice President
A P 131olow j Casaler
J E Haherson Aasletaat Cosblor
DIRECTORS
H C BIgolow Jobn K Splcrs 0
L Decker J N Spaigo L F Blye
low J M Brcwnlne I A Tannlox
E L Van Meter A P Blgelo
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FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
OF OGDEN UTAH
Capital and Undivided Profits
27500000
D vld Ecclea Prea
G H Tribe Vice Vrea
John Watson Vice Pren
M S Browning VlcePrea
John PIngree Cashier
Jas F Burton Asst Cashier
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results must be right Buy
medicines hero and you
get all tho advantages of
care in selecting the drugs
and filling the prescrip
tionno matter how sim
ple or complexthat all
our customers have de
pended on for FO many
years They find us
rightso will you
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can go anywhere and T aot find a laun
dry better equipped or more complete
than ours Wo have the machinery
especially built for fine work We
use the best soaps and starches and
employ skilled labor In every depart
ment and wo guarantee to give you
tho very highest grade of work Will
you try us Our wagon will call
OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY CO
Expert Launderer and French Dry
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