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< THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY DECEMBER 17 13U9
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Fountain of Y outhm
I feel like a boy again 1 exclaimed
Uncle Charlie Perry of Lockport N Y1
who is 92 years old after Ta three weeks
course of DUFFYS PURE
t MALT 111SKEY And
1 he looked it too The ruddy
flush of health was in his
checks the youthful fire and
brightness had returned to
his eyes nd in his walk
there was all the lightheart
ed buoyancy and vigor of
his early manhood A mira
cle No that is Just what
DUFFYS PURE MALT
WHISKEY is doing every day for the
feeble and ailing who use it as a tonic
and stimulant It cures like magic
If you wish to keep young strong and
vigorous and have on your checks the
glow of perfect health take Duffys
Pure Malt Whiskey regularly according
to direction It tones and strengthens
the heart action and purifies the entire
system It enables the old to enjoy the
sports of youth It keeps the young
strong and vigorous
The sonulno Duftya Pure Malt Whlfl
Icoy la sold by all druRRlato and grocers
or direct at 5100 a bottlo Wrlto for
free medical booklet containing symp
toms and treatment of each disease and
convincing testimonials to tho
Daffy M lt Vrtlflkey Cot Bochcotor JTT
Hairdressing
Parlor
2468 Washington Avenue
Bell Phone 1353K
Latest colffuro foundation frames
Firstgrade human hair goods
Triple extract perfumes and other
toilet requisites
SPECIAL VALUES THIS WEEK
Mrs Keller
TUNGSTEN LAMP
Tho right lamp at tho right price
Sunbeam Tungsten Lamps aro
unexcelled for life and brllllanoy
To use tho Tungsten means to re
duce your light bill and havo twJco
the light for less money If you
have not used them call and let ua
1 explain
I Snively < < Hendry
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Bell Phone 731 2450 Wash Ave
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Tickets on Safe
Dec 18 23 24
25 31 Jan 1
Return Limit Jan 3 1910
PLAN A SMELTER
FOR RINClOH
The series of carefully detailed
examinations now being made under
the personal direction of J LooaMhe
metallurgist of the Yerlngtii and Ma
son valley mineral fields i of sivar
interest lo a number of locil people
who have pinned their faith in that
section of Nevada lW fact tiio re
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habllilailon of ihul won if Iul secllon
has been entirely In the hands of s3alt
Inkers Mason Valley Nevada j ouj
ins and other big mineral estates Su
ihat soclion are controlled by mining
men of this slate and now the Cop
per Bolt railroad is being con lJ1lcte1
under tho personal supervision of w
C Orem of this city
The primp object of the examina
tion fJloW being conducted by Air Le
bnrthe is for the purpose of deciding
mon the sninllor coustruelion a por
tion of which Is under way Lew Hum
I phrics consulting engineer of the Ja
son Volley has Just returned from the
camp whither he has been to render
what assistance may be required in
the research being conducted In teli
Ing of the present conditions In the
Nevada Douglas ana Mason
ViMey mines the camp paper the Ma
Hun Valley News gates tue following
Interesting fiNOIWI
As lo tho Manon Valley mine with
the Illrormalloll that the upraises at
No a and No 1 levels designed fur
onllliiiloii ore about to he completed
comes thin vorllipd sialumant that In
carli of thec air shafts which from
lop to bottom a distance of nearly
tvoe hutdrcd feet I Joyce the ore re
serves have been continually In ore
ot tar holler than an average grade
In fuel the upraise from No 4 level
lira recorded an average of better
than from G to 8 per cent ooppci The
tine significance of these facts will
not ho lost on any person familiar
with the developed ore reserves of
Mason lalfoy while the existence of I
I IT continuous ore body from level to
level has heretofore been amply demo i
O33lraipd llio disclosures of those up i
raises make a further dninunstratlon
Ihthe Values are also continuous
lUuniyhont with occasional enrich i
Treats thai put the Ultra conservative 1
In n slate of temporary embarrass
rxnr i
Over nt the eada Douglas rlevel I
OIIHmls arc awanin the arrival of j
HIP oper Belt The 7jitoot shaft
inc l1Il which laps tilt sulphide ore j
bodles Is entirely completed and at
present work is confined to equipping I
tli afar with the necessary machine
IN lo operate on a production basis
trom all Indications ii seems to be j
he purpose of the Nevada Douglas
management to arrange for the han I
dling of the gypsum deposits at the
LulwIg property during the period I
that must Intervene before the arrival
of the Copper Bolt there Owing to
the nutuip uf the construction work td
be Piicomileieil in the canyon It will
likely be the first of June before the I
mine is reached and this will allow
six months for that purpose It is I
staled that Manager V C Orem is
offered a contract to deliver three
hundred ions of gypsum daily when j
ever he is ready to undertake the
same
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BONDED DEBT OF NEW YORK
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CITY IS NOW A BILLION 1i
New York Dec 1 iThe bonded
debt of New York City has now reaCH
ed a total amounting lo a cool bil
lion dollars acocrdln to a report just
Issued by he comptroller ThIs
amount however Includes more than
200000000 which is held tiy the ell 1
sinking funds
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BISHOP ROWE TALKS
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ed by the early pioneers Into Icebound
I Alaska and tho difficulties mot wltli
In establishing Christian missions In
I this frigid possession Of the United
States were Interestingly dealt with
bv Bishop PT Rowe In an addrcsg
delivered at the Parish house of the
Church of the Good Shepherd last
night
Bishop Rowc related his experience
when with a small band of venture
some men he broke the trail Into
Alaska two years before gold was dis
covered In the Klondlko which start
ed a mad rush of fortune seekers to
ihat country never equalled in the
history of the world and which left
a trail of dead men and women wno
perished in their efforts to reach the
coveted goal
Aften iho outfit with which he trav
elled had been purchased the party
travelled for months endangering
their lives each day until the town
I of Fairbanks was reached Hero the
first Episcopal church was established
The need of a hospital was more Im
perative at first than the need of a
church One was built of logs and
there the sick wore cared for Vith
fifiighl rates at 200 a ton only the
actual necessaries of life were bronght
I to the camp for many months Later
I when HIP town became more jiopu
lJOPu
laud Bishop Rowp and his assistants
began to oKiabllsh other Episcopal
missions nnd now there aro twenty
six missions of the Church of the
Nativity In the territory
The Parish house was well filled last
night when Bishop Rowe began his 1
address He is an attractive speaker
and his story of thC early work of the
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jars copal church In Alaska was list
ened to with the closest Interest and
attention
Bishop Rowe has lived In Alaska for
the past fourteen years and is thor
oughly acquainted with the conditions
and customs of the country His dio
cese is tho largest In America and
covers an area of 80000 square miles
Bishop Franklin Spalding of the
salt Lake diocese accompanied Bishop
Rowe to Ogden and also delivered a
short address After Bishop Rowe
Bad spoken an informal reception was
Umioicd him and Bishop Spalding by
the numbers uf the local church
PUPILS MUST NOT GO
HOME FOR CHRISTMAS I
The board of trustees of the State
School for the Deaf and Blind have
decided thai none of the pupils will
he allowed to visit their homes Christ
mas This action was taken owing
to an epidemic of scarlet fever which
broke out in the institution a short
time ago Letters to this effect have
been mailed to parents of each pupil
and a full explanation of the boards
action is made
About a month ago one of the blind
pupils at the school contracted the dis
ease while on a brief visit to her
home Upon her relurn to the instl
lutlon the disease was communicated
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to seven oilier Inmates All of the
cases arc of tho mildest form and
the authorities of the school believe
they have the epidemic under con
trol
Fearing to take any unnecessary
risk the board of trustees has de
Cide upon the foregoing action
which will doubtless be appreciated
the parents of the inmates
By this time every one in Nicara
gua except the babies must belong
either to the sons or the daughters
of the revolution
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Suggestions
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Shoppers will find here an almost endless variety of USEFUL as well as GOOD things
that will make the most acceptable of gifts °
SOMETHING FOR MEN The Children old or young will ELECTRICAL TOYS J
RAZORS CUPS AND enjoy these I
BRUSHES a n The miniature electric en
Gillett Safety Razors Pocket Eflj on gines are something you should
Knives etc The above lines nIb it on 0 graIDluS see because you can see it work
are just what you have been s and the boy says 11 want to
looking for
and an endless variety of the be a machinist In this way
BOXING GLOVES FOR THE latest records you can educate your boy by r
BOYS having useful toys We have
JIDlWell i a dozen more kinds of elec
SPORTING GOODS D li trical toys which will give an
An excellent stock of 22 Bye es evenings entertainment with
Rifles For Girls and B the little ones at home
A large assortment of Air 11 s 311 Boys
Rifles
The Famous Conklins Old Reliable
Leggins for Men and Boys BARNEY BERRY SKATES FOUNTAIN PEN
T h ermomctcrs to tell the Fer ladies nnd men
Weather Our Dollar Watches are going
A fine assortment of Purses like hot cakes
This is only a partial
list
of the many useful Xmas
presents have
we A
I visit will
V1JICe you that the i con
story is only half told W care sure to please Dome and see us
L H BECRAFT
Cor 24th ana Grant
Just Across from the New Postoffice
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THREE TEAM MATCH
AT OGDEN HIGH SCHOOL
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Company A of the Ogden High
school cadets won a threeteam match
rifle shoot at the National Guard Ar
mory yesterday in a close of 107
The Shoot was the second of a ser
ies planned by Captain W fc Kneaas
and Principal J O Cross of the High
school The staff team finished sec
ond with a score of 195 and company I
B made a score of 192 I
Lieutenant Smith of the staff team
made the highest Individual score of
13 In the match held yesterday the
regular military count was used Tho
I bulls eve counting five and the pos
sible total In both positions being 100
The results follow
I Result of Rifle Match Held Dec 16th
COMPANY A
Corp Spencer 12
Lieut Dee 10
Sergt Pratt t 40
Cadet Conroy 3S
CajL Garr 37
Total i 197
STAFF
Lieut Smith 13
Cadet Donaldson 12
Cadet Sooy 37
Cadet Holllier 0 37
Cadet Fell SG
Total 195
COMPANY B
Lieut Browning 12
Lieut Rivers 38
Cadet Boyd 3S
Sergt Randall 37
Cadet llammll 37
Total 192
Only One BROMO QUININE
That i LAXATIVE BROMO QUIN
INE Look for the signature of E W
GROVE Used the world over to
euro a cold In one day 25c
iYTPHERSON AT GRILL
IS NOW SOLE OWNER
Yesterday Hairy McPherson of the
Grill Cafe bought out his partner
G H Thorn who retires with a view
to accepting1 a conductorshlp on a
dining car In the future Harry Mc
Pherson a congenial and enterpris
ing young man will he manager of
thC Grill Recently very extensive
improvements have been mace In tho
dining room In the booths and in the
kitchen Among the most attractive
and elaborate Improvements is the In
stallation of lamps in the old mission
style lighted by electricity The
lamps are suspended from the coiling
by heavy link chains and the shade
on each lamp is a different color or
namented with varicolored bends The
booths and dining room at tho Grill
now presents a very attractive and
Inviting appearance
WIIEE TO BUY
YOUR HOLIDAY MEATS I
Of course you want clean meats
yon want wholesome meats you want
meats that aro free from disease Your
Christmas table would not be coin
plcfo if the meals did not fill these
requirements
Only by buying U S Inspected
meats may you be sure that you are
getting such meats
All holiday meats will be exhibited
at the various markets Watch for
the inspection stamp on ALL of these
meals If It Is on ALL of them you
know that your butcher Is not exhibit
ing an alluring U S Inspected carcass
cass of meat for the purpose of soil
ing you meats from an uninspected
carcass of doubtful health and clean
liness
U S Inspected Meats arc the best
and In addition you have the guaranj
tee of the government that theyaro
sound clean wholesome and free from
disease Why take any chances They
are just as cheap
Ogden Packing Provision Co
HEW INCORPORATION
The Elk Meat Market company
with a capital stock of 1000 divided
into shares of tho par value of 10
yesterday filed articles of Incorpora
tion with the county clerk
The company will conduct a general
meat and grocery business with Og
den City as its chief location
Arthur Mitchell president and man
ager Mary Emmertson vice presi
dent Kathryn Mitchell secretary and
Nick Anastas treasurer aro tho of
ficers Tho officers with Tom Anas
tas compose tho directorate
GOOD CHEER SOCIETY
IN THE BIG CITIES
Chicago Dec 17A society of
Good Cheer with life saving sta
tions for convalescent patients will
be established In Chicago in Janu
ary according to Miss Theora Carter
an heiress of Seattle wHo came to
Chicago last night from New York
and will continue her Journey to Se
attle Sunday
Miss Carters idea of creating a
Good Cheer society came to her
while sick at a local hotel one year
ago
Y was very ill she explained and
so very very lonely and when I re
covered I determined to go straight
lo New York and establish a Good
Cheer society that would provide
good cheer to convalescent patients in
hospitals hotels and boarding houses
and homes If
necessary If only a
crushed flower a dainty note oV a
telephone call could have been sent
mo while recovering how cheerful it
would have made mo
I have Incorporated the Good
Cheer society in New York and we
are going to erect a 2S story building
as a convalescent hospital and we
will build one In Chicago
KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT
Los Angeles Cal Dee 17Mr and
Mrs Newton Claypool wealthy resi
dents of Indiana left today for In
dlanapolls with the body of their
daughter Miss Agnes Claypool who
was killed Tuesday in an automobile
accident Harvey Blssoll son of the
late Grand Rapids millionaire who
was riding with her at the time i 6
recovering from hits Injuries N
One kind of meat a lew wont cat
When put up right it cant bo beat a
dainty morsel morning noon or night
Par excellence of breakfast foods Try
It I its out of sight
RussellJames Cos Puretah Sau
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If you are an intelligent thinking woman in need of relief from weakness nervous t
ness pain and suffering then it means much to you that there is one tried and true ti
honest s none deal medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION sold by druggists for the cure
of womans ills The makers of
Dr0 Pierces Favorite Prescription
for the cure of weak nervous rundown overworked debilitated painracked
women knowing this medicine to be made up of ingredients every one of which 3
has the strongest possible endorsement of the leading and standard authorities of
the several schools of practice are perfectly willing and in fact are only too glad
to print as they do the formula or list of ingredients of which it is composed in
plain English on every bottlewrapper Is this not a significant fact worthy of y
careful consideration
Women use Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription in preference to all other ad
t vocated medicines sold by druggists for their peculiar weaknesses and ailments
because it is
THE ONE REMEDY which contains no alcohol or habitforming drugs Is not anything like advertised secret
compounds or patent medicines
THE ONE REMEDY for women devised by a regularly graduated physician of vast experience In womans ali
ments and carefully adapted to her delicate organism
TIE ONE REMEDY good enough that Us makers are not afraid to print its every Ingredient on Its outside
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Its foolishoften dangerous to be overpersuaded into accepting a secret nostrum in place of this time
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COHUt on Toys Dolls and Holiday
Goods all this week f
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games blocks f cannot be duplicated in the city and 4
CI our prce is above question
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Some of the sweetest hours of homelife are I
passed under the gentle kindly light of the eve
ning lamp
If it be the Rayo Lamp the light contributes
an added charmmakes reading and sewing easy
There arc no aching eyes after reading or sew
J < ing under the rays of the Rayo Lamp
The Rayo Lamp diffuses a steady white light
It is the least trying of any artificial light Made
c of brass throughoutnickel plated improved
1 nil central draught burner
The Rayo is a lowpriced lamp but you cannot
get a better lamp at any price
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Once a Rayo user always one
Every Dealer everywhere If Not at Yours Write for
f L Descriptive Circular to the Nearest Agency of the
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326 25th street
I I REMOVED TO VIENNA
Wires to all tracks on all I CAFE
Sporting Events i 322 25th St
Meals same price as Broom Res
taurant Special Dinner 26t
Lunch from 11 to 4 p m
Dinner from 4 to S p m
LEE FOON d TOM Managers
Be sure and get r < or =
FelsaNaptba
from your grocer toda
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Make this companion
Take your favorite dessert recipe ro
quiring the uc of Vanilla Use
BURNETTS
VAN ILLA
instead of the ordinary kind you base
grown accustomed lo tiling through habit
Then notice ihe wonderful difference
in the flavor of your dessert when it it
finished
Just one trial like ibis will con
vince you of the remarkable superiority
bolh in rich strength and delicate flavorof
Burnetts Vanilla
You will always insist on getting it
when you try it once
THE
UTAH NATIONAL
BANK
OF OGDEN r UTAH
OFFERS TO DEPOSITOR3 EVERY
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL
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SPONSIBILITY WARRANT
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Horace E Pcery VlcoPreo
Harold J Peery VlccPron
Ralph E Hoag Caohler
A V McIntosh Anst Cac0r
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