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I fHE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY OCTOBER 25 1909
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business men need the
muscleenergy workmen
need the nerveenergy
housewives need the all
round energy school chil
aft dren need NATIONAL I
BISCUIT
A soda cracker in
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pearance more than a
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freshness crispness
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I r SPORTS
JffFRlfSJOHNSON
TAlK COTIUS
New York Oct 24Vhl1e tho
Bnortlug public awaits the contract
formalities and the selection of a
place for the battle discussion of the
relative merits of James J Jeffries
and Jack Johnson goes on unabated
Tho Jeffrles Johnson bout gives
strong early promise of eclipsing in
Importance any fight in the history
of tho ring for it lends itself to ev
ery angle of sporting interest and
variety of speculation
Jeffries dislike for Johnson is well
known and It will be business with
the retired champion from the moment
he climbs through tho ropes John
son once knocked out Jack Jeffries
a brother of Jim and this added to
the fact that Johnson brought Jeff
ries out of his retirement when ho
was happy In the thougth that he was
through with fighting has not served
to Increase any good will of Jeff to
ward Johnson
Jeffrlcc Condition Excellent
That Jeffries condition is excelent
is apparent to those who have mot
him since his return from Europe
The big fellow has trained zealously
while abroad but it is sill a question
whether ho has the hitting power and
strength that put out Fitsimmons and
Corbett Four years of idleness must
be taken into consideration but If
Jeff can show anything of the form
that he displayed In his last fight
with Corbetl his friends maintain ho
will again be champion
I never wont Into the ring but once
with a hard feeling toward the other
fellow said Jeffries tonight That
was Munroe and he went out In two
rounds This Johnson has been mak
ing too much noise and I think a white
man should bo champion anyway so
you can figure what is going to hap
pen to him
Johnson a Defensive Fighter
Johnson has proven himself to ho
a marvelous defensive fighter and I
when he saw good openings showed
flashes of punching power Having I
never been fully extended ho will
be an unknown quantity that will
have to be solved in sizing up his
chances with Jeffries
Johnson Is younger than Jeff and
Is In his prime
George Little Johnsons manager
is expected lu this city tomorrow night
and articles vll soon follow James
Coffroth the fight promoter of Colnia
Calif will reach hero with Little and
it IB predicted that he will
succeed lu
capturing the battle for San Francisco
lID
HORSEMEN HUNT
PORTABLE ROOM
With so many applications for sta
ble room that it is giving the man
agement somo trouble to find accom
modations for all the horses which
will race here beginning next Sat
urday the thirteen days meeting to
b e given by tho Ogden Jockey club
promises to be the greatest and moat
successful ever held at a halfnillo
track Nothing so well icstSllcs to tho
confidence which horsemen feel in
W M Iurm
Murray general manager of
the coming meeting as tho wholesale
responses to his announcement of tho
Ogden races Barring only a few
stables which will
ship at onco lo
Jacksonville Fla every boise that
sported silks In Salt Lako will run
here
That Mr Murray has confidence In
the success of the coming meet Is
shown by tho big purses which will
be hung up for horsemen In the
program book the amounts to be rac
ed for range from 150 to 200 which
brings thorn up to the level of those
offered in Salt Lake and assures the
public of good racing
Manager Murray who is a veteran
at the game and the best starter In
tho country today bar none always
has stood for tho cleanest kind of rac
ing and in this he will bo backed by
a number of tho leading business men
I
of Ogden who will stand behind the
thirteen days meeting beginning Sat
urday Noivo of the weird perform
ances which have been witnessed In
other parts of the state will be tol I
erated at the Ogden races and none
of those horsemen connected with
such events will bring their animals
to Ogden In consequence the tal
eml will get a run for Its money all
the time a thing to which it has be
come accustomed with W M Murray
at the head of affairs
It Is announced that five books will
cut In from the start of the meet
ing here such well known and popu
lar layers as Byron McNutt Frank
Maley and John Troy having signi
fied their intention of putting up
slates while Low Phelan one of the
best Judges of price in the west also
may go on The ring will be wide
open with equitable prices while tho
book for the first week Is so arranged
that there wilr be few If any events
in which some horse will stand out at
a 1 to 3 shot and destroy the specu
lative end of the argumenL With the
better odds the play should be bl
and those lucky enough or clover en
ough to pick winners will be well re
warded for their trouble r
Another attraction to horsemen Is
the fact that W M Murray jn ad
dition to acting as manager will do
the starting At the barrier he has
no equal and there will be none of the
usual complaints During the last
week In Ogden the work of Murray
was the one big feature making the
contrast almost painful when the
scene changed
Barring Singleton all the good boys
riding in Salt Lake will pilot horses
In Ogden The track is the safest of
its klmUjto be found in Utah and the
percentage of winning choices usuall
is very high
Unless the weather should turn bad
suddenly It looks as if Ogden will
enjoy some of the best racing over
known here This will bring joy to
the hearts of lovers of the game both
here and in Salt Lake where the sled
ding has been hard for tho talent
There will be several haudicaps
and purse races will be put on dally
for tho benelit of the better class of
horses The track is In perfect shape
right now and with the fast ones cer
tain to race here somo now records
will be made in all probability
IIorsomon arc well pleased with the
book for the first five days with races
at all distances and under all condi
tions
Already there has been a noticeable
increase in the applications for rooms
and board and as was tho case last
time every hotel In the town will be
well filled with followers of the game
with a resulting increase In trade all
around I
It Is expected from four to five hun
dred players will make the trip from
Salt Lako every day
GRANITE SCHOOL TAKES
OGDEN BOYS SCALPS
Denver OcL 23Thu Colorado
School of Mines eleven defeated tho
Utah university this afternoon bv a
score of 14 to8 In a game that was
marked by frequent fumbling In
which Utah was the chief culprit and
bj a sensational run of 77 yards for
a touchdown by Captain Spring of the
Golden eleven
I Besides the fumbling Utahs tend
S S S CURES ECZEMA
e ACNE9TTIR ETC
While Eczema > Acne Totter SIit Rhoum etc aro troubles which affect
the akin thoir Bourco is far doopor than tho outsido cuticlo Thoso affections
are caused by irritating humors or urntio acid in tho blood Such Impurities
I Inflame and Irritato tho delicate notworlc of fibrous tissuo which lies just
bonoath tho surface of tho outor skin and tho inflammatory discharge thus
produced is forced out through tho pores and glands and is continually
i teptup while tho blood remains infeetod Thic exudation
o causes tho form
ation c i of scales and crusts so often soon In Eczema and when they arc
scratched off the flesh is left raw and more susceptible to other infection
Itcan
i can
vory readily be seon then that to produce a euro tho circulation must
bo
purified and cleansed This S S S will do It goos down to tho Vor
of bottom too removes all humors nnd Impurities neutralizes tho oscosaivo aoldl
systom and in this way removes tho cause of disease Local applica
tions can only soothe tho Irritation and assist in keeping tho skin clean thov
never produce a cure because such treatment does not jeaohthobTood
S mL S and restores rich to the thin acrid blood airitslost properties makes it
pure and
nriVn enables it to nourish the skin and keep it soft smooth
I and healthy Book
who write on Skin Diseases and any medical advice free to al
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTAGA
ency to offside play and holding In
I the line probably cost it at least ono
touchdown and possibly the game aa
twice penalties were marked against
it when the ball was within the very
shadow of the Miners goal posts
Utah outweighed tho Golden play
ers but the latter more than made up
urI
for this by their snappy play and
bettor fundamental football
Utah scored first In the first half
a place kick by Noell going square
ly between the posts Two other at
tempts Inter by Utah failed Then
came Captain Springs run following
an intercepted forward pass
Utah scored a touchdown in the sec
ond half partly bj good oldfashion
ed football but Golden succeeded in
getting the ball over for a second
touchdown just as the half closed
Utah Position Mines
RIGHT END
Doolittle Gilbert
LEFT END
Shores Marshall
RIGhT TACKLE
V Olson Leeadbeater
LEFT TACKLE
Home Calvert
RIGHT GUARD
Christenson Merles
LEFT GUARD
D Olsoen Cadot
CENTER
Korncs Ortncr
LEFT HALFBACK
Schweitzer Spring
RIGHT HALFBACK
Romncy Slattcry
FULLBACK
Loell Greg
QUARTERBACK
Love Dyrcnforth I
At Torre Haute Depauw 5 Rosa
Polytechnic S
Lps Angeles Oct 23Leland Stan
ford university defeated the Cast
aways 11 to 0 in a rugby game today
Tho game was little more than prac I
tice for tho Varsity players who
seemed to score almost at will Only
once was the Cardinal goal threat
ened and then the try was not allow
ed because of a forward pass
P BASEBALL I
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
San Francisco 4 1 Portland 1 2
II II E
San Francisco 1 s 1
Portland 1 1 2
Ames and Williams Grauey and
Fisher
Afternoon game
R II E
Portland 2 0 2
San Francisco 1 10 3
Seaton Garret and Fisher Brown
ing and Williams
Los Angeles 1 1 Oakland o 4
Los Angeles Cal Oct 21Los An
geles won both games of ho Sunday
double header from Oakland today I
to 1 and 7 to 1 The morning game
was a battlo between Kocslncr and
Johnson
Tonneson lost the afternoon gamo
when six hits yielded by him In ho
first four Innings gave the locals as
many runs Ho was supplanted In tho I
fifth by Dank Scores
Mornlnc same I
It IE
Los Angeles i 5 Q
Oakland o 3 1
Batteries Kocstncr and Orendorff
Johnson and Thomas
Afternoon game
s lthlE
Los Angeles 17 10 1
Oakland i 5 o
Batteries Tozer and Smith Ton
ucson Dank and Thomas
Athletics 6 I Nationals 3 I
Spokane Wash Oct 21The
Philadelphia Americans defeated the
National All Stars today before a ca
paclty crowd that wasa surprise to
the promoters Charley Hall the old
Seattle coast league star pitched
good ball for six innings but weak
ened toward the chose Coombs was
effective with runners on bases Tho
heavy field made ground balls dim I
cult to Judge A running catch and
double play by Doyle was a feature
of tho game Score <
RHE
Athletics 1 L 6 10 n
All Nationals 3 n 2
Baltorkb Coombs and Donohuo
Hall Konmchy and Bloss Umpire
Frary e i
J
vernon 4 Sacramento 11
Sacramento Cal Oct 2JAfter a
week of lethargy batsmen fell on
Schaefer and Coy this afternoon for
sixteen hits three of thorn triples
and won tho game by a score of 11 to
1 Score I
R H 10
Vernon i 12 2
Sacramento 11 1G 0
Batteries haetor and Brown
Ehman and La Longe
BALLOON RACE COMES
TO SUDDEN END
Oakland Oct 24Tho balloon race
lo San Jose which was again attempt
od today came to n sudden end with
in a few minutes of the start because
of contrary winds I
The Queen of the Pac flc entered
by tile Pacific club was first to start
and the light east wind carried her
toward tho bay within ten minute
ho valve ropo was pulled and the
balloon came to earth The City of
Oakland drifted over tho bay for a
few miles and was towed back tn
shore by a roivhonL
WAS JOHNSON
KNOCKED DOWN
Sport Writers Claim That the
KnockDown Was a
Fake
By W W Naughton
San Francisco Oct 25They aro
still talking of tho Johnson tumblo
in last Saturdays fight and tho
query Did ho fall or was ho punch
ed Is In a fair way of becoming as
much of a prize conuudrum as tho
Identity of the party who discovered
the pole
Critics are taking sides on the is
sue and hard feelings are being en
gendered Thoso who think the
knockdown bogus are In tho majority
but seine of the others notably those
who are declaiming against what they
consider an attempt to rob Ketchel
of a little credit where his credits
wore lamentably fow make up In ve
hemence what they lack In numbers
Personally I see no reason for
doubting the impression which formed
In my mind at tho time 1 feel that
the Johnson fall was as stagy and un
real as the dagger thrust with which
Othollo ended his existence after
throttling Dcsdemona I might go
further and say I am thankful It was
no worse and this involves nn expla
nation When I saw Johnson drop
clumsily with a grip on his face the
thought seized me that he was going
to stay down and be counted out
There would havo been the swindle
of tho century so far as the prize
ring is concerned and it was a big
relief when he sprang up again and
settled Ketchol with a couple of fierce
punches
To some It may seem like opening
old sores to be harping on this thing
but around town the theme is as fresh
as paint Some of those who are
close to Johnson while not admitting
that ho acted the buffoon for the sako
of adding variety lo the pictures arc
inclined to hold that whatever the
champion may have done in the way
of asides was warranted as long
as he kept in view that he was a
lopsided favorite and protected the
money of those who backed him
Hurry the Jeffries Bout
Tn substantiation of this claim It Is
recalled that lice Weir the Belfast
Spider and a worlds featherweight
champion in the old years used to In
troduce all kinds of funny stunts In
his milling At times Weir would
scaro an opponent across the ring
with an outlandish feinting and then
deliberately bend down and lighten
his shoelaces but Weir always kept
the victory in view Grlffo the phe
nomenal Australian was another
champion who was a regular cutup
so far as pranks were concerned but
Grlffo kept his gye on the main
chance for all his clownish tricks
Leaving unanswered the L
as to whether Johbson is entitled to
work a few digressions into his win
ning fights in the manner of other
celebrities who havo had their day I
tho moral of the JohnsonKetchol
fight seems to bo OraL the day of reck
oning between Johnson and Jeffries
should bo hurried The negro so far
outclasses nil the other heavy
weights he has been sent against oi
ls likely to be sent against that It
must be hard work for him lo hold
himself back sufficiently to make the
exhibition interesting Such being
the case It is llltlo use expecting sat
isfactory results from any bouts that
Johnson may engage In before he
stands toe to too with big Jeffries
And In the meantime sports of dif
ferent shades of opinion In regard to
the recent knockdown will seize tho
first opportunity of refreshing thou
Ideas by a glimpse of the Johnson
Ketchol pictures Thon tho same old
contentions will continue until some
other prize ring event monopolizes
interest As a matter of fact it looks
as though tho argument over the
knockdown will prove ono of the best
advertisements the pictures have had
SIR THOMAS IS
HERE TO CHALLENGE
Now York Oct 25 I have come
lei this time red hot for another
challenge to the Now York Yacht club
and will do my best to arrange mat
ters with the club so that I can have
another chance to lift the Americas
cun
cunSo
So spoke Sir Thomas Lipton today
on his arrival from Europe Ho will
be in Now York several days
I dont caro to talk moro definite
ly Sir Thomas said until I have
seen lie Yacht club committee who
will have this mateti in charge
It is believed Sir Thomas has
ought with him a challenge condi
tioned upon a modification of tho rules
govoning contests for the Americas
cup Sir Thomas desires tho club to
change the present rules so that he
can bring over a Shamrock IV built
under rules which will permit the con
struction of n substantial racing craft
The present rule governing thq
Amoris cup races provides only for a
given water line and under this con
dillon fragile racing machines wore
developed
Sir Thomas expects to fleet mem
bers of lie New York Yacht club I
within a fow days
YOUNG WOMEN ARE INJURED
Stanford University Cal Oct 25
Miss Elizabeth L Buckingham of
Denver1 a graduate ot last year and
Miss Edith Hatch a teacher were
injured III a runaway accident here
yesterday Miss Buckingham suf
fered a compound fracture of her
ankle
WILLIAM VAUGHN MOODY ILL
Baltimore Oct 5Wm Vaugh
Moody formerly of Chicago author
of Tho Great DIldo and widely
known as an educator and poet Is a
Patient In a hospital hero suffering
from an Internal disorder which prob
ably will require an operation
I
A TRIBUTE TO
CEO EO MAULE
By N S Eldorkln
Such aliCe asks for no otology such
I a life nccdfi no eulogy It has spoken
through the years And you have now
como here to h nor thin life You need
to remember that It Is honored not
by loud protcstaflpn of your love
You need to know that you proclaim
his groat worth by your unselfish llfo
For ho has said to JOU time and aglIn
that lIfo was not measured by the
running of the sandglalgB but rather
by the boating of tho hear
George Mnulc was utmkc many
loaders of life Thoy reVch the
heights and do not concer them
selves with you But this ono reach
ing the loftier planes refused to
dwell alone He came back forVyou
Ho had tasted the joys of the higher
life He was anxious that you sbciUld
know the Joy
He had found the way His face
reflected the light which led him on
He told the story of the struggle In
his book Ho nailed It Life and
Law It was his philosophy of tho
way No man but has a philosophy
It Is base and Ignoble Then the
life is base and ignoble It is high
and inspiring Then the life Is high
and Inspirng No man but has a
creed It stamps itself upon his life
Hero in this volume is George Mauls
creed You do him wrong by placing
too narrow an Interpretation upon it
His was not the gospel of selfishness
Ho did not cry My health my
wealth my place But at the heart
it was a social gospel You do no
good act without a reflex upon the
enlargement of your life You do no
mean act without a reflex upon the
belittlement of your life You help
another and you are helped You
harm another and you are harmed
Dishonesty Injustice unrighteous
ness In love and life Is strangled
sot behind youand you arc on the
way toward the bigger life
He believed that man was to be a
savior Ho was preparing you to be
saviors Ho tried to give you great
desires for the world to make you
love not ease and comfort and opul
ence but justice that was his word
and mercy and loving kindness to
CI
make you see not only tho personal
consequences of the Christian char
actor but its social consequences as
well
He was no materialist TIc had
his values well In hand He knew
that men sought wealth quito natural
ly and needed no spur In that direc
tion needed rather to see the great
er values So at the very end of his
hook he sought to impress upon you
the nature of the truo riches
Philosophy that does not Issue in
conductIn tho bigger life as he
would sayis a speculative interest
only It must not only possess the
big words oneness unity soulshlp
truth love God service It must
mako them potential in life
I know what you arc saying today
You are saying that the world could
ill afford to lose him that the world
needs lives of such promise and po
tency Wo are heavy hearted but ho
sang as he went There was only
ono regret So much remained to be
done
So many words So much to do
So little done such things to bo
Thus do strong men go out bravely
on the road toward home
He had his day Wore there not
12 hours in It Surely there wore
Twelve hours for every man who
faces life as hebravely manfully
unselfishly Only so is our sorrow
softened I
One who worked a day or so for
Mr Manic stopped at the door yes
terday to take Mrs Mattie by the
hand and to tell her of Iho inspira
tion that had come to him in nn hour
or two of contact with Mr Maule His
life was not divided Into compart
ments a Sunday parade of unmean
ing faith and a Monday of flinty hard
ness But his religion touched his
life and made him just and kind and
helpful to all whom he met
As Mr Valiant for Truth In Pil
grims Progress wenl over the river I
all the trumpets sounded for him on
the other sideTo those who stood
by to bid him farewell he said at
the last My sword I give to him I
that shall succeed me in my pilgrim
age and my courage to him that can
get it My marks and my scars I car
r with me to bo a witness for me
that I have fought His battles who
now will be my Rewarder
You who loved George Manic do
well to contend for his courage
For him my friends the whole fu
ture opens and hit soul has entered
into fields of larger and nobler ser
vice For he was
One who never turned his back but
marched breast forward
Never doubted clouds would break
Never dreamed though right wero
worsted wrong would triumph
Hold we fall to rise are baffled to
light bettor
Register tomorrow Tuesday
Call up Republican headquarters
if you do not know where to reg
ister Call 421 Independent
phone or 40S Bell phone
RAILROAD GROWTH
SURE BUT STEADY I
Many Short Line Connections and
Feeders Needod Rather Than
More Long Ones
Salt Lake Oct 5The Tribune
says
J F Villi cry general agent for the
Burlington at Denver arrived in Sa I
Lako > n his private car Saturday I
night HP will be in this city till
Tuesday Mrs Vallery accompanies
Mr Vallery to visit her old home for
Mrs Vallery Is a native of this city
and Mr Vallery at one time was lo
cated here
Is he Burlington going to build
to Salt Lake If so when And over
what route Is Hill going to the Pa
cific Does Hill want the Denver
Rio Grande and with It the Western
Pacific Is the Midland going to build
from Grand Junction to Salt Lake
wore among the questions shot at Mr
Vnllery by The Trlbimo inllroad re
porter To which Mr Vallery smil
ingly replied
Now 1 am going to tell roll a
secrel Mr Hill does not consult
lu regard to his plans whereupon
Mr Vallory produced a cigar and
added You probably know as much
about all that as I do Ask mo some
thing 1 know
But how about Hill and the Den
ver Rio Grando vas tho next
I
question
Nothing In It that I know of
I
y answered 1fr Vallqry You notlce
r that President Harris of tho Burling
ton according to the newspapers f
have road has said that there Is no
truth In the recent rumors Unit the
Hill interests wanted the Denver and
Rio Grande They know more about
It than I dos and I take their word
for It I
Personally I dont think there Is
anything in the Idea The Denver
Rio Grande la a good road I wouldn
mind owning it myself but it has
rather steep grades and Hill sort of
dislikes climbing lip and down moun
tains with freight trains when he can
get an easier route
Hill Is Busy Building
Hill has the Colorado Southern
the Burlington the Northern Pacific
the Great Northern the Colorado
Midland There are old surveys from
the end of tho Burlington In Wyom
ing Into Salt Lake that I suppose he
could uso If he wanted to So why
buy the Denver and Rio Grando
Hill is connecting his lines north
and south from the Gulf to his lines
In Montana via Denver Fort Collins
the Billings so this gives tho Burling
ton the Colorado Southern and the
Midland outlet to tho Pacific coast
ovor the Great Northern and the
Northern Pacific Grades make rail
Voads those days not men except
ricwspapor men and Mr Vallery
lRighed genially
Register tomorrow Tuesday
Call up Republican headquarters
if you do not know where to reg
ister Call 421 Independent
phoneV 01 108 Bell phone
HUGHXMCONNELL OF BUTTE
S KILLED IN PATTERSON
New York OcL 25Hugh McCoiv
nell of fyitlo Mont was Injured In
an accident on the Lackawanna rail
road and yap taken to a hospital In
Patterson I N J whore his death Is
announced today Letters and pa
pers found In his pockets Indicate
that McConnell had accumulated a
omforlable i fortune as a minor In
Montana and that he wa on his way
to Ireland where ho expected to re
tire for good
HIGH SALARIES DO NOT
IMPROVE THE ATTENDANCE
Chicago Oat 25 Increases In sal
ary from lo6o to 300 for tho alder
men elected last April docs not seem
to have made the councilmen any
more regular in attendance uport com
mlttee sessions Chairman Hey of
the committee on street nomenclature
has been trying for three weeks to got
a quorum of Wls committee together
He has failed absolutely
COOK NEVER AT
TOP OF MKINLEY
i
Bellingham Wash Oct 24Jiteob
Sutor a former Alaska miner and
mountaineer today Issued a statement
in which ho says j Dr Cook never
reached the top ot ML McKInley and
that the excplorer as forced to aban
don his attempt to gain tho summit
after climbing eight thousand feet a
wall of Ico barring his further ascent
Sutor claims to have witnessed
Cooks performance through a pair of
field glasses and Ibe says that ML
McKinley can nevfer be ascended
Suters statement fojllows
The McCarty brothers of San I
Francisco Sam May of this city and
myself were on the mountain when I
Cook and his party arrived We saw I
them start up the Yetna river and
they came back beca jee the route was I
too difficult Then they wont up the
Shushltno river and got up to the
wall of ice on ML JMcKlnley which
is many miles from i the top
Through the glasses we saw them
turn back and come down I have
prospected all over the base of ML
McKInley and havebeen to the point
reached by Cook Several others hnvo
been that high onthe mountain and
that IB as high as any one will over
got on account cpt that wall of over
changing Ice which cannot be scaled
even though steps were cut in Its
side
I have bean on all tho big moun
tains of explored Alaska and I can
loll what peaks are Impossible of as
cent but McKInley will never be
scaled an the top can only bo
reached thy a flying machine The
same applios to ML Roosevelt and
ML Former both of which stand close
to McKjinley
COOKS EXPEDITION WILL
i START NEXT SPRING
SLPaul Minn Oct 24Dr Fred
erick A Cook who lectured hero this
even ing announced that Prof L L
DycVie of the University of Kansas
has f been decided upon as one of tho
members of his forthcoming ML Me
Ktotloy expedition having accepted
the J offer yosterday
Dr Cook stated he had also decid
ed upon several other members ot
the e expedition though ho did not
care to announce their names Thero
wilL be only five or six In the party
he Said
Dr Cook was entertained here today
by the officers at Fort SnoHlnr and
by Dr J C Nelson Danish consul at
Stj Paul together with a large num j
ber of Danish Americans
tomorrow Dr Cook will speak be
fore tho students of Hamllne Univers
ity and before the faculty of the Uni
veislty of Minnesota lie will lee
tuKe in Minneapolis In the evening
from Minneapolis Dr Cook will go
to 3 Missoula MauL and will deliver
fre1e lectures there and at Hamilton
Mont in connection with tho aflldavl1
concerning the ML McKInley contro
versy From Montana Dr Cook will
go first to New York where he will
prqjparo the data to be submitted to
the University of Copenhagen Dr
Cojpk said the details of the ML Mo
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From II to 16 is with some boys
the awkward age but Its main
ly the result of awkward clothes
Here we fit the growing boy so
as to do justice to his feelings and
to his mothers pride
Suits and Overcoats with as
much style in thorn as In our cloth
ing for tho elder brothers This
is tion the shop for style and satisfac I
KUHNS
Modern Clothes
SHOP
Tell Everybody
Washington Avenue
at 2365
ELECTRIC IRONS
DO YOU KNOW
Tho Superior Electric Flatiron
Best on Earth Is sold by Snlvely
Hendry We also carry an up
todate line of fans Call and sea
us Snively < < Hendry
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Bell Phone 731 2450 Wash Ave
The Hunting
Season
IS HERE
Get your Guns Ammunition and
Hunting Outfit at 2564 Washington
avenue
IC Hansen Co
SAM ONEtJO
Busy all the time
2428 GRANT
1600 chickens 700 ducks 500 tur
keys for Thanksgiving Opon day
and night knock at the door and
we are always ready to do busi
ness All kinds of fruit both for
eign and domestic In a few days
we will have cigars and tobacco and
all kinds of nuts Phones Intl
3791D Bell 788
II OGDEN TURF EXCHANGE
I 326 25th street I
Wires to all tracks on all
Sporting Events
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Kinley expedition would not be
worked out at once as the expedition
cannot start until next spring
Avoid Marsh Drugs
Many Cathartics Tend to
Cause Injury to the
Bowels
If you arc subject to constipation
you should avoid strong drugs anil
cathartics They only give tem
porary relief and their reaction Is
harmful and sometimes more annoy
ing than constipation They in no
way effect a cuio and their tendency
Is to weaken the already weak organ
with which they como ItTcoiUiicL
We honestly believe that we have
tho best constipation treatment evoY
devised Our faith In It Is so strong
that we sell it on the nosltlvp CHar
antee that It shall not cost the ser
a cent If It does not give entire satis
faction and completely remedy con
stipation This preparation Is called
Rcxall Orderlies These are prompt
soothing and most effective in Ilion r
Ion They are made of a rcconJ
chemical discovery Their princIpal
ingredients Is odorless tasteless and
colorless Combined with other well
known Ingredients long established
for their usefulness In the treatment
of constipation It forms a tablet
which is eaten just like candy The
may be taken at any time either Jfl >
or night without fear of their en3
ing any inconvenience whatever The
do not gripe purge nor cause nans1
They act without causing any Psu
or excessive looseness of tho hotfcis
They arc Ideal for children wed
delicate persons and aged pooplo ab
well as for the most hearty person
Thor como In two sIAj packages
12 tablets 10 cents 36 tablets < 5
cents Remember youj can obmln
them only at our sto eThe Recall
Store T H Can CniOr Grant and
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tho It C hall at sLfocfc Business of
importance Vie jiclntyrc
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