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TIRE STANDARD OGDEN UTAHFRIDAY DECEMBER 10 1909 v
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Fourth Annual D1raWRng
Thee SpIemdi I 9 E
PrIzes aheo Qfj Ji P rl G tj
First Prize Gold Onyx Pillar Clock Value 4250
Second Prize Electrolier Value 3500
Third Prize Candelabrum Value 2500
I One chance with every dollar purchase See prizes in window t
i This is the store that saves you money We invite comparison
8inch Cut Glass Bowls 3 patterns each 290 1
Ladies and Gents Gift Umbrellas 400 to 1800
Extra handle with each Umbrella
Ladies 0 Size Hunting Watches
Waltham Elgin or Swiss
movement guaranteed for
20 years 1100
5 6 nnd 7 inch Cut Glass r
Nappies each DOe 125 and l5
The Gift Store
S M AL L E VS 3416 STREET 25TH I
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aa1 Deafimess
j r A ded and
all Prove this to yourself by writing us to
j I day for a free sample postpaid of this
I y I permanent safe and speedy cure aro
matic soothing healing Or ask your
f 1 I I Eli ii 1 i favorite Druggist for
liberal Free Sample
Especially valuable in aural affections of children
I x mild pure and sanitary Specially recommended by
oh slclnns for children with cold in the head winch so
r chronic nasal catarrh Contains no harmful
often brines on
uQ ful drugs Sold only in sanitary convenient tubes and
r r recommended by ovcr5000 druggists inland 50c tubes
TM91 r If yours hasnt Kondon s n 25c or 50c tube will be sent you
4 postpaid on receipt ol Puce or absolutely free sample by
a Kondon Mfg Company Minneapolis Mine
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E Boston Shock Absorbers
Adjustable Save your car and your
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Once attached no fur = t r
ther attention Is required t
Fully guaranteed
Do not drag en springs Jiy 7
5000 per set of four
Do absorb the shock
30 i days J trial JKn pp =
t Hydraulic y Greenwvood
I Using oil to check re CO
coil of springs r
1000 Boylston St Boston
Do not stiffen the
springs Send for Catalog
I They are beautiful THE GILBERT
designed and In ap 0 SPARE TIRE HOLDERS
pearance utility and Q
adaptability su r p a s a
I anything In this lino
ever brought out 10 7
Above set No 775 con 0
sists of two adjustable
arm pieces with sock t
ens and one running 0
board piece for hold
Ing one lire
THE GILBERT
MANUFACTURING CO New Haven Conn o
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The Hun J11
Season
IS HERE
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Get your Guns Ammunition and
Hunting Outfit at 2561 Washington
avenue
IC 0 HansenCo
Bo sure and get FelsNaptha
i from your grocer today
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COULD NOT SUPPLY
l ZINC AS PROMISED
Salt Lake Dec DThe caso of Lud
Wig VoBclstolri against the Scranton
Mining and Smelling company of
North Tintlc was dismissed this morn
ing In the Initod States district court
The case involved 4150310 which
xas asked br VoBolsteln and others
i against the mining company on breach
1 of extract
I Itfljstated in the complaint that
I ORo1atcln and the Scranton company
Stored Into a contract whereby the
tolling company was to furnish Vogel
stein with 1000 tons of zinc ore a
month It failed to do this the largest
amount sent any month during 1906
when tho contract was In effect being
I t bout 500 tons Some months the
I mount was as low as ton tons
ikVogoIntoIn claims that tho action of
I Ih > camp an > coat him the amount
I Liked In tho complaint The case was
Jellied one of court
J
g CLEARFIELD SHIPS
463 CARS OF PRODUCE
Cloarficld Dec DDurIng the past
I t < ason there have been shipped from
I One farms of this place G3 cars canned
I rl821 cars wheat six cars barley
Ij ISo cars beets nine cars cantaloupes
HI cars tomntoos 51 cars potatoes
Leven cars applos 40 cars hay ono car
lors two cars sheep and about SGOOO
tilund in local shipments of less than
car lots The main part of the to
mato crop was used right here by tho
Cloarficld cannery That used locally
Is not Included in the car lot noted
above Total number cars shipped of
all kinds amounts to about 4G3 cars
an estimated Increase of about 40 per
cent over previous year
J CLEARFIELD BRIEFS
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The Clearfield ward meetinghouse
has lately been plastered also the
furnaces hao been Installed so that
it will now be used for religious serv
ices In the future
Mr James Warren of Syracuse has
just completed a One brick residence
Just north of Clearlleld store Parley
Mojlo is also building on the property
he purchased of Mr West last spring
Ira Stoker has lately moved Into the
beautiful brick residence recently built
by John Reid near his 40 nero orchard
A few weeks ago John Trocket sold
his 13acro orchard together with G7
acres dry land to Ogden parties for
13500
NEW INCORPORATIONS
Salt Lake Dec DThe Times Pub
lishing company of Salt Lake organ
ized by about 25 local Democrats for
the purpose i > f publishing a newspa
per filed articles with the county
clerk yesterday The capital stock Is
S10000 In dollar shares of which F
C50 are in the treasury The officers
are Simon Damberger president
Frank K Nobekor vice president
Richard P Morris treasurer M V
Cunningham secretary and these arc
directory with John Dern James H
Mo le and Noble Warrum Besides
the directors the list of the stock
holders includes the names of Sam
uel Npwhauso William H King B H
I UobortB O W Powers John P Tobin
and several others
The Ora M Brashore company of
Salt Lake filed articles of Incorpora
I tion with the county clerk yesterday
1 placing the capital stock at 10000 in
dollar shares uf which 1425 are held
hiitho treasury The officers are
Ora M Brashere 5119 shares presi
dent and treasurer and the other di
rectors are W N Irvin 250 shncs
w B Martin 25 shares C G Plum
I met TOO shares and MrMcCrca 06
I sharon MoCrca Is vice president and I
i Frank F Braahero Is secretary Mn
j chines contracts and supplies owned
I by Mrs Brashoro arc taken by tho
company for 5150 shares of stock
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SALT LAKE AND
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STATE NE INS
RAISf IN nm OF
TEMPORARY DURATION
Salt Lake Dec OThe spurt In
prices yesterday was only of tempor
ary duration Despite the favorable
I reports coming from so many of the
fctlvo mines the opportunity was pre
sented this morning to take a fall out
of some of the advanced prices After
the heavy orders of yesterday on ho
strength of advice to make purchases
from almost every quarter there ap
peared a number of sellers anxious to
t profits Coming as it did at a
Ume when the scramble for stocks had
passed It was an cays matter to de
press all prices
May Day Uncle Sam Colorado Iron
Blossom Columbus Consolidated and
several other propositions that have
received some attention from Invest
ors of late were pegged back to the
old prices The splendid strike In
May Day did not have a lasting bene
ficial effect upon Its shares Some of
the short Interests continue to predict
all sorts of calamities to several of ho
propositions Tho statement Is fre
quently heard that some of the prop
erties will go down to a few cents a
share and all of these statements
have an effect on the entire list
r11INfRAll jSPtGrOR
FAGING GRAVf CHARGE
Salt Lake Dec DCharscs of fal
sifying government reports on min
eral land Inspections and surveys have
been brought by Fred Donnett com
missioner of the general land office
In Washington D C against A R
Talamnnles a local government min
eral land Inspector
The charges were presented to Tal
amnnles some time ago and this
morning lie appeared before United
Stales Surveyor Thomas Hull and re
fused to put in a defense on the
grounds of lack of jurisdiction of the
surveyor general and the failure of
the government to specify the charges
which have been brought against him
Ho asked for a postponement until I
the charges wore presented
This Mr Hull refused to grant and
he will Immediately send tho report
of the hearing to Mr Dcnnclt
The charges brought against Mr
Talamantes it Is said claim that in
reports on iron mining properties in
Washington county Mr Talameutes
stated that 500 worth of development
had been done which report It Is
alleged was not correct An inspec
tion of Mr Talamantes report was
made by Mineral Land Inspectors Jo
seph Jensen and W L Walker and
they found the report on the expendi
tures In the mines to he overesti
mated The properties involved were
the Last Chancey the Iron King the
Mabcy and others
Mr Talamantos who is a native of
Chile was appointed to the service
eight years ago He gad neon com
missioned to survey over 200 lodes
In July ho was notified that the re
ports of Inspectors Jensen and Walker
charge him with making a false state
ment In the written returns of the
surveys and advised him Hint his com
mission would be revoked unless ho
denied the charge and called for a
hearing within thirty days Mr Tala
mantes denied the charges and called
for tho hearing which was held this
morning
Mr Talamantes is being defended
by Attorneys II C Edwards and B J
Dowdall
ny COPPER COfv1PANY
CI1ARGEO WITH FRAUD
Ely Nov Dec JWlmt are vir
tually charges of wildcatting are
preferred against the Ely Velvet
Queen Copper Mines company and tho
Parks Copper Mines company whoso
articles of incorporation wore filed
here recently In an article published
by the Ely Mining Expositor last night
The Expositor says that these com
panies aro each incorporated for 10
000 shares of a par value of 1 a
share that the same incorporators
Thomas Phony of Ely and Charles
Pope Caldwell and Max M Herman of
Now York Incorporated each com
pany that in the case of each com
pany Phcby holds 9800 shares and
Caldwell and Herman 100 shares each
Attention is called to an adver
tisement appearing In tho Now York
Herald of Nov 7 over tho names of
W n Howard d Co brokers GG
Broadway and C D Morgan d Co
HABITS CHAIN
Certain Habitc Unconsciously Formed
and Hard to Break
An Ingenious philosopher estimates
that the amount of will power nec
essary to break a lifelong habit would
if it could bo transformed lift a
weight of many tons
It sometimes requires a higher de
gree of heroism to break the chains
of a pernicious habit than to lead a
forlorn hope In a bloody battle A
lady writes from an Indiana town
From my earliest childhood 1 was
a lover of coffee Before I was out
of my teens I was a miserable dys
peptic suffering terribly at times with
my stomach
I was convinced that it was coffee
that was causing the trouble and yet
I could not deny myself a cup for
breakfast At the age of 36 I was
In very poor health indeed My sis
ter told me 1 was In danger of be
coming a coffee drunkard
nut I never could give up drinking
coffee for breakfast although It kept
ms constantly 111 until I tried Postum
I learned to make it properly accord
Ing to directions and now w < x can
hardly do without Postum for break
fast and care nothing at all for cof
fee I am rio longer troubled r with dys
pepsia do not have spells of suffer
ing with my stomach that used to
trouble me so when I tjrank coffee
Look In pkgs for the little book
The Bond to Wellvillc rhorc a
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Reason
Ever read the above letter A new
one appears from time to time They
are genuine true and full of human
Interest
brokers 20 Broad street New York
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stating that the Ely Velvet Queen
Mines company Is Incorporated for
1000000 shares at a par value of 1
a share and that 100000 shares aro
offered for sale at 16 cents The com
pany according to the advertisement
says the Expositor claims to own ton
full claims in Robinson mining dis
t Ict
trictThe
The advertisement It Is stated de
clared these claims to be unencum
bered and without liens of any char
acter upon them
In a statement from James Cronan
a highly respectedold timer of the dis
trict It Is charged that the statement
made by Pheby Brothers that tho ten
claims included In the companys al
leged holdings are unlncumbofod Is
untrue as he hns an adverse claim on
six of the claims alleging that he re
located them when the then owners
had failed to do their annual assess
ment work for 1907 This claim Is
now in the courts for settlement
Fred S Pheby of Pheby Brothers
mining men was asked for an expla
nation of tho alleged discrepancy be
tweon tho amount for which the com
pany was Incorporated and tho amount
of stock offered for sale In Now York
He said that the sole connection the
Pheby Brothers had with the property
was their sales of the property to Now
York brokers He declares according
to the Expositor that he knows noth
ing of tho advertisement save that ho
had seen It In the Herald No prop
erty has passed to either of the cor
porations named Tho title of the
property IB still vested in James F
Parks resident arent of the company
DR START GIVES
PROfANE ANSWfR
Salt Lake Dec DliD Stewart
will you kindly slate the cause of
death of Mr James S Savage
What the h right have you to ask
that question It is none of your
business or anyone elses business
what a private patient dies of
This was the question put to and
the answer given this morning by D
ir R Stowart who attended James S
I Savage Mr Savage died at St Marks
hospital last night
Later Dr Stowart stated that death
I
was due to acute Brights disease He
repealed this slatement a number of
times and said that any story to the
contrary of the cause of death was un
true
Despite the statement of Dr Stew
art friends of Mr Savage assert that
death was due to or superinduced by
an overdose of headache tablets taken
to relieve pain from which he had
suffered for some time They deny
that the tablets were taken with sui
cidal intent < r
Mr Savage had liccn a resident of
this city for about 18 years and was
well and favorably known FIr tho
last few years ho had been a salesman
at the Salt Lake Hardware company
M II Sowles of the Salt Lake Hard
ware company and n close personal
friend of Mr Savage made the follow
Ing statement this afternoon
Mr Savage had been suffering
from Brights disease for several
weeks At times thp trouble caused
him to have intense headaches fpr
which he took tablets Tho idea that
he took these tablets Tuesday morn
ing with suicidal intent Is ridiculous
There was absolutely no reason why
he should make an attempt on his life
and every one of his friends feel cer
tain that death was due directly to
Brights disease and to nothing else
The father and mother of Mr Sav
age have been notified of his death
The arrangements for the funeral will
not be completed until word from them
reaches this city
GAGHEGOUNIY liAS
HIGH GENSE
Logan Utah Dec 9The county
commissioners met Monday and look
up the question of raising the liquor
license of Cache county The license
was raised to 2000 for both whole
sale and retail license and the hours
for closing were placed at 7 a in to 7
p m and County Attorney Law wan I
instructed to draw up an ordinance to
conform to this resolution The com
missioners were divided on this ques
tion Commissioner Cronquist felt
that this was going to the extreme and
would not vote for the resolution
Commissioners Israelson and Allen
I
voted for the resolution
SEMBRICH CANCELS
HER ENGAGEMENT
Salt Lake Dec 9 Madame Sem
brlch will not slug in the Salt Lake
theatre tonight
This engagement which has been
the talk in musical circles for the last
month was canceled early this morn
ing on the receipt of a telegram stal
ing that her husband had been taken
seriously ill Madame Sembrlch says
she deeply regrets to disappoint the
Salt Lake music lovers but the grave
condition of her husband leaves no al
ternative Many box parties were ar
ranged and society hind prepared to
give the great singer a heart recep
tion Her failure to appear will affect
the plans of many
Madame Sembrlch was scheduled to
arrive In the city Wednesday morn
ing but she did not arrive until early
this morning Accompanying her was
her huaband who has been taken se
riously 111 with an attack of pneumo
nia and his condition Is so serious
that it was necessary to cancel her
Salt Lake engagement and rush to
LOs Angeles with hor sick husband
This Is the second limo that it has
beon necessary for Madanve Sembrich
to cancel her engagement Salt Lake
because of sickness On her first en
gagement here she was stricken 111 tho
day of the performance
FUNERAL OF MRS IDA
J LAMBSON AT LEVAN
Lovan Dec Yesterday funeral
services wore held In the ward nicol
Ing house oer the remains of Mrs Ida
Jennings Lamb on who died In Si
gard Senor county Dee1 of typhoid
fever The following eulogized the
life of the deceased Elders Henry
Hondrlakson lames Wilson Bishops
N P RasmusKcii + J T Taylor
Mrs Lambsou was 20 years of ago
and leaves a husband one small child
father mother five brothers two sis
ters and a host of friends to mourn
her KuddendoraiKO V1 > >
December 3 a baby girl was born to
Mr and Mrs Richard Iverson
Sunday I can had om of the heav
iest snowstorms hud in oars
Much grain and hai L VMI ltfppcd
fiuci here this winter
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kit Rt 4 + i An old and successful clothing man said thai
9t b the secret ol holding trade was in keeping cloth
t h I hIg with
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HES RIGHT Bnl we go still failher and
t SELL our clothinp while the bloom is still on
t I Our store is full of NEW WINTER SUITS full
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t of blooming newness
Heres a full lot of Cheviot Oxford mixed
I and fancy Cnssimere suits at 1088 1288 and
r I II 1488Yc show probably he handsomest pat T
i terns nt these prices to be seen in Ofiden You s
neednt go to the highpriced tailor to gel
1 clothes with the 11161111 iced ltokt these suits
have it
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2345 Was t ngton Avenue
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Exposition I
OIf lana Netbo
December 648 1909
Its object is to teach men how to raise the highest
grade products with which to supply the markets of the
world and to teach women and girls how to reduce the
cost of living
The most important subjects to be discussed are
Country Life Soil Culture Hay and Forage Dry Farm
ing Irrigation Good Roads Oats Wheat CORN CUL 0
TURE and Domestic Science
THE FAMOUS MEXICAN NATIONAL BAND WILL BE
A GREAT ATTRACTION i
For further Information call on your Local Agent
Union Pacific I
The Safe Road to Travel
A B MOSLEY T P A 0 S L R R CO
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SEE WHAT S HERE I
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i 1847 Silverware
Chafing Dishes A Flexible Flyer
Percolators A Pair of Skates
These for Your Wife A Teddy Wagon
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These for the Boys and Girls I
Gillette Razors
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Tree Brand Pocket Knives A Dog Collar for the dog
A Savory Roaster for the I
Tree Brand Razors
Turkey
These for Your Husband A Blanket for the horse
A SMILE FOR EVERYBODY WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT
Geos AT A Lowe Co
2326 AND 2328 WASHINGTON AVENUE I
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ayYF NI M
For Evening Hours
I The l 3 O Lamp I
r Some of the sweetest hours of homelife are
passed under the gentle kindly light of the eve
ning lamp
If it be the Rayo Lamp the light contributes
an added charm makes reading and sewing easy
There are no aching eyes after reading or sew
17 ing under the rays of the Rayo Lamp
r rhe R3 O Lamp diffuses a steady white light
Jt is the least trying of any artificial light Made
of brass I throughout nicker plated improved
central draught burner
ti w y The Rayo is a lowpriced lamp but you cannot
get a better lamp at any price NI
4 Once a Rayo user alwaysone
+ I very Dealer Everywhere li ont at Yours Write for
4 ° Descriptive Circular to the Ncarcil Agency of the
i1c CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY I
Incorporated
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People are laying aside soiled gar
ments that for a trifling cost can be
cleaned and pressed to look as well as
new
LET US SAVE YOU MONEY
You will find uo better than a bargain
counter
Ogden Steam
Laundry Co r
LAUNDERERS AND
DRY CLEANERS > b
Phones 174 437 25th Street t
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A JUMP
In the price of hay and oats Is pre
dicted Buy now before the advance
and save money Wo get our hay and
gram in by the car lot and are enabled
to save you money
CHAS F GROUT
Hay and Grain
352 TWENTYFOURTH ST
LADIES F
Turban Coiffure disc frames
now in Now Hair Goods
FRENCH MASK MASSAGE scalp
treatment tonic shampoo manicur
ing newest Ideas In Hair Dressing
Imported Hair Goods and Toilet Re
quisites Hair weaving at moderate
charges Mall orders given prompt z
attention Ladles invited to rest room
I TEACH THE THINGS I DO
Personal and correspondence instruc
tions Bell 1363K
MRS KELLER 2468 Wash
Finest quality of work at
e e Bros
We can eave you money on
MONUMENTS
or eas ones
Do not be misled by lying mis
representations from our com
petitors and do not pay big com
missions to agents but BOO ua
and save money Yards 2003
Jefferson No reasonable offer
refused
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TUNGSTEN lAMP
Tho right lamp at the right price
Sunbeam Tungsten Lamps arc
unexcelled for life and brilliancy
To use tho Tungsten moans lo re
duce your light bill and have twice
the light for less money If you
have not used them call and lot us
explain
Smveiy ffendry
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Bell Phone 731 245C Wash Ave
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