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i THE g GREATEST OF ALL GREAT PIANO SALES i X i
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S From now until Christmas Eve only we offer the following unparalleled proposition I V I
K to Ogden piano buyers We willgive Absolutely Free with each Piano sold a Three X
X Months course of Music Lessons under the best teachers in Ogden M
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v teachers = Our Pianos arc from the best known and highest
We have contracted with the following reputable
the world
MISS ALMA BAUER 350 23rd St Ogden is one of the most
successful teachers of the piano in our city r THE STEQER piano is our loading mUlIocgcr stands for the
r highest quality of workmanship and material and its tone is of a
Tabernacle organist is a well lmo cn
MR BALI F WHITAKER
quality that compels admiration oven from its competitors
teacher of high standing
Our Reed Sons Piano is one of tho aId high standnrd makoa
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MISS JESSIE WELCH organist at the First M E Church is
a is that has delighted the hearts of music lovers sinoe 1852
considered a thorough and competent teacher
II Our Singor Piano is at the head of its class und wins friandi
The fact that such reputable people are taking our pupils in I l 1
wherever it is used
hand should be sufficient inducement to the average piano purchaser
but we are making other and equally tempting inducements i
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We intend to snake this a Piano Sale that will toe Song remembered and as a Special Xmas inducemellIi9
We are marking Oil9 Pianos from 2500 tO SSOOG Jes than regular Our terms will also be reduced and a visit to our store
will convince the most skeptical that our prices and terms offer the greatest piano value the buying public of Ogden ever had Call and see us our
house is full to overflowing with beautiful high grade pianos all styles all kinds of beautiful fancy woods and finishes r on special sale at practically
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SALT LAKE AND
STATE NEWS
WILL EXTEND LINES
OUT BEYOND MURRAY
Salt Lake Nov 9Tho Utah Light
and Railway company is anxious to
begin the work of extending Its lines
beyond Murray and ties asked tho
county commissioners to approve the
location of the tracks on highway S8
beyond Murray City and from Stato
street to Mid vale It is the intention
of tho company to complete its Hues
to Sandy and to Dlugham Junction
during the first part of 1910 If pos
sible though the new franchise re
cently granted given It two years Be
fore beginning work It is necessary
to have the tracks located under the
new franchise the locations under the
franchise of 190G not holding good
The matter was to have been con
sidered by the commissioners this
morning but Commissioner Walter J
Burton was the only member of the
beard In attendance Commissioner
John C Mnckaj Is out of town and
Chairman J E Clinton did not put in
an appearance
The Salt vLake Los Angeles Rail
way company has accepted the fran
chise recently granted for the electri
fication aod double tracking of Its line
to Salt air and nothing now stands In
the way of at once beginning work on
the addlUni of the electrical equip
ment which the company has been
promising for some time
CONFESSES JUDGMENT
ON NOTES OF WIFE
Salt Lake NOT 9Frank D
French this morning confessed judg
ment in Judge George G Armstrongs
division of the district court for 1SOO
In a suit brought by his brotherinlaw
moil E Valther ou notes given by
his wifo Mrs Mary D French for
about 5500 Mrs French secured a
decroo of Separate maintenance on
Jtf Arch 17 In Judge C W Morse court
on tho ground that French had de
serted hor on February C lOG and
had failed sinco to support bar After
ho had left hor his wife had given
the notes for necessaries on tho as
sumption that French was able to
pay them
In ono form or another tho French
case has been before the courts for a
good part of two years A settlement
was reached In this suit hence tho
confession of Judgment for a part of
the amount claimed
BRING BACK MAN WHO
DESERTED HIS FMILY
Salt Lake Nov 29R L Eddlng
ton deputy sheriff arrived in Salt
Lake yesterday morning from Idaho
where he arrested Joseph E Fowler
for deserting and falling to provide
for his wife and four small children
Fowlers case say tho officers was
n flagrant one and his ramify hag
I been In extremely destitute circum
stances as a result of the desertion
The wife Mrs Mary Fowler swore
to the warrant and the man was tak
en at a grist mill In Idaho whore
he had been working steadily for some
time without sending a cent to his
family
WOODMEN WILL HONOR
HEAD CONSUL OF ORDER
Salt Lake Nov tI I Bonk of
I Denver head consul for the Woodmen
I of the World under Pacific Jurisdic
tion will arrive Tuesday night to at
tend the Initiation of 160 candidates
into the local camps Woodmen of the
World A delegation of local Wood
men will meet Mr Boak and he will
be taken to the Knutsford hotel
Wednesday he will be shown over
the city and Wednesday night a ban
quet will be given in his honor at
the armory building following the In
itiation Mr Boaks territory extends
over the states of California Wash
ington Oregon Nebraska Utah Idaho
Montana and Wyoming
BINGHAM MAN TALKS
OF COPPER SITUATION
I Bingham Nov 29Samuel New
house who arrived home recently
from New York states that in tho
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F It is not necessary for
a work shoe to look clumsy
to give good wear Have your dealer at f S
show you the good looking comfortable
wellfitting Mayer Work Shoes v
Made of toogh ttock buvy ioci iolii coucien
double leather toss double Mnu Made solid and
will lut lesser than any oer shoes you can buy
MAYER WORK SHOES
are nude for worlds mea ol all cruses and are
built oa honor You can wve nocer by wear
ingtKcn Wfll outuear aar other me
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lobe tote you arc ertitrg Maya Shan look for 4
the Mayer Trade hark oa the tele Your dealer
trill supply you if not write to w
FREEIf rco n1I se J or Ih sera d a dta1rt d
not luai t7 < rt WofkSbca we will pd TW rre pa1
r aJJ a beJI111 pictun 01 Gectw V u1i1l SNj3 me 1SZ O
We alto make Hocorb3t Shoo for raen Lodi Lady
hoei Martha XVathicfloa Cotafort Sbce Yera Cu K
00 AUt v ion Shoo acd Speoal Mail School Shot r r
IIk F Mayer Boot Shoe Co
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cast business conditions generally arc
very prosperous with Indications of
much better times to come especially I
In so far as the mining game Is
concerned
Mr Newhouse when asked for an
opinion on tho proposed copper com I
bination said As those affairs are
in hands other than mine I believe
that I am hardly In a position to make
any definite statement on this matter
From indications however I think
that the merger will In all probabil
ity be effected Mr Newhouse be
lieves that the reaction In tho stock
market caused by the rocnt Standard
Oil company decision will be put temp
orary
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PROHIBITION AT LOGAN
Logan Nov 21Tbe Logan city
council has referred tho prohibition
ordinance to the mayor and commit
tee on laws to ascertain if tho pro
posed measure is constitutional It
was suggested that tho saloons should
have three months time to close out
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PILES CURED IN 6 to 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
euro any case of Itching blind bleed
Ing or protruding piles In C to 14
days or money refunded 50o
MINISTERS ASSOCIATION
IN EXCELLENT SHAPE
The reports of the officers of the
Ogden Ministerial association submit
ted yesterday morning at the regular
annual meeting showed the associa
tion to be in a flourishing condition
The association elected the follow
ing officers for tho ensuing year
President J E Carvor of the First I
Presbyterian church vice president
Rev G W McCreery of tho First
Methodist church secretary and
treasurer Rev Noble Strong Elder
kin of the Congregational church
The association passed a resolution
requesting Mayorolect William Glas
mann to refuse a license to the man
I agers of the prize fight which is
scheduled here January 7 between
I Pete Sullivan and Bird Legs Col
lins during the Nations Woolgrowers
Association and MidWinter Sheop
show
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ONLY TINY DOG
BUT IT CAN EAT
Consigned to one of New Yorks
Fifth Avenue millionaires a tiny dog
weighing three pounds and about six
inches in height over all was the
guest of the local office of the Wells
Fargo Express company yesterday
I Just what kind of a dog this speci
men may be is not known and it is
a ticklish subject to mention to the
express officials who after some argu
ment tossed a coin and decided that
it was a Japanese poodle or else a
Siberian blood hound
Along with the dog which was
shipped from San Francisco came ex
plicit instructions as to Its care Or
dlnarr dogbiscuits apparently do nor
comprise the menu of thfcs dog
whil raw meat and a dottg other
things such as raw whlskty and
cand are tabooed
The Dog Was Hungry
When the dOle arrived it was
hungry and did not hesitate to show
it to tho local manager It proceeded
to eat on old boot lying around loose
1 but finding this diet unsatlsfactnrv
wont after a package marked alu
ablo Now the Instructions contain
nothing about his dogshlp to eat pack
ages marked that way so that the
manager determined to give It a royal
feed and proceeded to take It to ono I
of the well known restaurants Tho
dog with excellent table manners
which aroused the envy of some ot
tho other customers sat down at one
of the tables and was preparing to
give an order when the waiter ob
jected to stronuoilsly that the man
ager perforce was obliged to take It
away
Eats Pretty Fair Meal
The problem finally was settled
when a caterer was sumnonod and
tho dog sat down in the WellsFargo
office to a meal consisting of ono 1
spring chicken six baked potatoes a
pound of mashed potatoes two pieces
of mince pie a hamburger steak a
dish full of boiled cabbage a quart I
of milk and a few other delicacies in
season I
Remembering the directions to see
that nothing happened to the poodlo 1
the agent carefully examined him and I
discovered that It has a badly dam I
aged eye or perhaps tho lact of one
A careful search of tho office failed
to disclose the missing orbit
UNION MEN DISCUSS
LOSS OF CHARTER
The impression that Utah might logo
Its charter in the American Federa
tion of Labor on the ground of recog
nizing the electrical workers was
sproad at the recent meeting of the
American body In Tordnto Accord
Ing to promlnet members of the Og
den union Utah has assumed a neu
tral ground in the matter It Is re
garded as a family quarrel among I
tho electrical workers and while they I
are recognized fraternally they were
not recognized officially by the Ogden
or by tUah as a state federation
A split In the electrical union has
caused the election of two sets of offi
cers one of which Is recognled by the
national federation and another which
Is not recognized by the national or
ganization About 90 per cent of the
electrical workers are said to be
among the insurgents
Several state federations have lost
The manager of a fur
niture factory says that
if women realized the
value of soap and water
there would not be so
furniture
great a demand for
I niture polish
But soap and water
I must be used with judg I
ment as strong soap is
injurious to furniture
This is his recipe
of Ivory I
I Make a tepid suds
Soap dip doth in it squeeze
and go over the furniture sev
eral times Polish with a
chamois cloth
Ivory Soap
99 > loo Per Cent Pure
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their charters by recognizing the elec
trical workers not recognized by the
national federation One IIC tho un
ions of Ogden has lost its charter by
admitting the rebellious electricians
BIG CUT IN FREIGHT
RATES TO THE COAST 1
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Important reductions In westbound
freight rates between Utah common
points and Los Angeles common
points are announced from the of
fice of the Salt Lake route The new
rates will go Into effect December 27
For years the westbound freight
rates between Utah common point
I and all points on the Pacific coast
havo been considerably higher than
the eastbound rates Tho new schedule
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ule announced by tho Salt Lake route
r will make eastbound and westbound
rates the same It Is expected thaI
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the Southern Pacific and the Oregon I
Short Line will make similar reduc I
tions The cut In rates over the pres I
ent rate is as follows
First class 1Si 12 to 154 sec
ond class 161 to S131 third class
131 to 115 fourth class 109 to
96 cents fifth class 94 coats to 79 12
cents A rato S ° 12 cents to 79 12
cents D rate 69 cents to 02 cents I
C rate 6112 cents to 56 cents D
rate 54 cents to 35 cents E rate 46
conts to 3112 cents
PIANO TUNER LOSES TOOLS
BUT SOON RECOVERS THEM
H II Collins piano tuner for the j
Consolidated Piano and Must company
reported to the police station last I
night that he had had a grip with hit
toning instruments stolen from the
ONell pool looms At about the same I
time Collin put In his appearance at
tho station 1 T Alvord who runs a
secondhand store telephoned the po
lice that a kid hadbeen in his place
and sold him a grip which contained
something which he thought to be
duntlstss tools He gave the police
a good description of he boy and told
them where he was staying
Collins and his friend went immedi
ately to the store and claimed the
goods they received a description of
the lad and started to hunt for him
At a late hour last night the boy had
not been captured but the piano tuner
will be on tho job today
NEW FRATERNAL ORDER
COMES TO OLDEN
Ogden will soon have another fra
ternal order The Fraternal Order of
Mountaineers which was organized
in Billings Mont In 1905 is prepar
ing to Invade this territory George
L Sorenson who Is now the local
agent will hare an oflice in the Broom
hotel until the order feta well under
way The motto of the new lodge is j
Justice Benevolence and Protection
It it organised In much the same way
an an Insurance company The of
ficers are P B lies president Chris
Yegen vice president Ernest S Judd
secretary Fred Inabnlt treasurer and
Edward E Pease general agent
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Marriage licenses were Untied to
Jnstin M G Green an1 Miss Rachel
j BallantMio both of Menan Idaho
and Edxon L roy Eillott of Castle Gate
and MIBK Sarah Jensen of Ephr lam
Mr ELiott and Miss Jensen wore
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I REBORN is a wonderful new lntention that strsiglttens round
shoulders without discomfort or stoppage of circulation
REBORN always expands the chest two 16 five inches positively
preventing lung trouble by compelling deep breathing
REBORN increases the height by straightening the body
REBORN gives women a fascinating figure with or in place of
corsets without their unhealthful effect
REBORN gives a mAn that erect commanding appearance that
stamps him as young energetic and succenful
REBORN is light and washable weighs only three ounces and
you hardly know that you have it on only when you stoop it gently
reminds you to brace Up
I REBORN is extremely comfortable and straightens you up gently i
being free from the unpleasant effects caused by other braces I
Put REBORN on yourchildren and they will grow up to be well
proportioned healthy men and Women
Price S1 Mail orders filled Send chest measure
G SPECIAL SALE AT OUR STORE D
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taken into County Clerk Dyes private
office Just after receiving their license
and were married by Elder John V
BJuthe
CHICAGO PEOPLE ARE TO
HAVE THEIR TALKS MEASURED
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Chicago Nov 30 Chlcacoans soon
will have their telephonic talk meas
ured
uJ8dFor
For two years the commission cre
ated by the telephone franchise has
been hunting for aft accurate and effective
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fective meter and it announced to the
council last night that ithad beets suc I
cessful In addition the commission j
has ordered to Install a meter j
In the report of the engineers are j
the following comments on the meter I
suggested I
Such a meter would be suitable for
use to replace tho service of the pres
ent nickel or token box type given by
the Chicago Telephone company It
Js a question of policy whether the
matters should be placed on buslndM I
telephones
Such a meter could be installed on
say telephone line without inUierlng
with the subscribers use of the tele
phone except for the time required
for him to reamer and would gie
him at his station ad accurate vis t
ible record of the total number of at
oall made by him and for which he fl
has to pay The central office wiring
ia any exchange would not have to j
be changed
AUTO DRIVERS ARE TO
FIGHT THE POLICE
Chicago Nor 30 Automobile driv
ers of Chicago are forming an organ
ization which according to the pro
moters has for its chief object fight
ing of the police who arrest chauf
feurs for speeding The members of
the association are to be furnished le
gal counsel free of charge in case of
arrest and bond will be at the com
mand of the scorchers the minute they
reach the police station
The new organisation is called the
Auto Drivers Protective association
The articles of incorporation woro
flied for record yesterday
Members say the association will
take care iTT Ones of those who are un
able to pa them u r
The membership is now 100 the
promoters say
OrJy One BROMO QUININE that is
Laxative Bromo Quinine f7I t on every
box 25c
Cures a Cold in One Day Grip in 2 Days
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