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Tampa Jail 4 Todays card proved
to bo the most Interesting run at tho
toal tract Three favorites won Re
First race three furlongs Collctta
wrn Blanchcrlng second Pctlto third
Time 3G35
Second race five and onehalf fur
If cys Caesar won Locust Bug sec
anti Bird Slayer third Time 113
Thrd race nvo and onehalf fur
longs Mattlo Boraud won T M Ir
win aocoud St Delnoll third Time
112 15
Fourth race six furlongsTom Do
Ian won Acotlu second Fundamental
thhd Time 12NJ
Fifth raco fie and onehalt furlongs
Hilly Hibbs won Anna Smith sec
ond Occidental third Time 112 o5
1 Sixth race one mileAlice won
Hcldmoro second Otego third Time
Juarc Jan 4 Orbicular showing
marked improvement today easily
won the milo handicap In the fast
time of 139 4G He never was far
from tho pacemaker and In the
i stretch took tho lead and won by two
lengths Sophrony Brown easily won
the baby race Two of the favorites
l won Results
I First race six furlongs selling
i KJsmceha IT won Gibson second
Rtbiola third Time 1 1415
1 Second race seven furlongs selling
f High Culture won Dave Montgonv
1 t ary second Camera third Time
1IS 25
Third race twoyearolds three fur
Jootffi Sophrony Brown won i Flvlii
1 Wolf second The Royal Prince third
Time 44 15
I Fourth race mileOrbIcular won
Earlyi Tide second lady Esther
II third Time 113
1 Fifth race six furlongs selling
t Sovcnful won Bonn man second
I Ethol Day third Time 11S
Sixth race mile selling Kngravqr
j won Whip Top second Landlord
I third Time 112 25
Jacksonville Jan LThe first raco
today was for the maiden twoyear
olds over a straightaway of onequar
tor of a mile Sixteen started Three
favorites won Results
First race onequarter mile Ban
Jaga won Darling second Lady Ormi
t cant third Time 2335
Second race five and onehalf fur
longs Sou won Lotta Creed second
Lucotia third Time 108 15
Third race six furlongs Pearl
Point won Brown Tony second Stln
I gency third Time 111
Fourth racer mllo handicap Jack
Parker won Cowon second Dr Bark
Fifth race six furlongsTop Note
won Anavier second Pinto third
Time 11315
Sixth race mile and an eighth El
gin won Mamie Algol second Heart
of Hyacinths third Time 15C
1 Developing a Mine
Just North of Ogden
The improvement has been so im
portant in the quantity of ore In the
Southern Pacific companys property
eight miles north of Ogden In Weber
county In the last few weeks that the
directors have concluded to push the
I work ahead with all the force possible
sible with a view to begin shipping
to the market at as an early date as
t practicable There IB now over 225
000 shares still In the treasury to bo
sold If necessary to provide funds for
further development Wo have some
money In the treasury to go on with
but for tho purpose of bringing the
property in to producing at the earl
iest possible moment we will sell a
few thousand shares of treasury stock
at the ground floor price of 1213
cents a sharestock can be had by
applying at Boyles Hardware store
This is a chance for the people to
get In and help bring to the front
something that may be of unequaled
value to this county and Ogden city
in particular Get Inhelp your coun
ty help your city outhelp j our
selves We Invite Investigation and
Inspection Sec our ore in Boyles
Hardware store window
Raton Neb Jan 4W A Gordon
trafllc manager of the Rocky Moun
tain Pacific railroad died tonight
after being ill three days Ho was 43
ycaro of age and a brother of J E
Gordon vicepresident of the Rock
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f We Mad a lively day yesterday and Rook iorw211 d no your eO r 1TIlfiffi 1ry 1OSlY Ifhe v31ues are
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tllie gpreatest you Slave ever een We j no SaaUllSH lOWfillsIta eaaE1a a
believe cl nit ask IISpeCO 01 goods and
I yM we are seUing gooQJl foIl a SOrruY9 we 2l your J A
i j prices We must sell 3l maj riiy of oiar stoclc The new 5ioire iJJ be occpied by us is
I smell smaller fthan IDiF pfeseni store hence tBae necessity of f h 5 i
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Salt Luke JnntIn spite of a
alight decline in the prices of some
of lie favorites of the local stock mar I
ket trading continued strong and the
volume of business showed a good im
provement today During the session
35201 shares of stock were disposed
of and the price pid was 1S51D lo
Colorado was not as high this morn
ing and It sold from 7C to 78 cents I
Columbus Consolidated was slightly
lowor and lion Blossom was fairly I
strong Mason Valley was higher
On the curb market Ulninh Treas
ure Bill sold In 1000 share lots ut
12 and 13 cents McDonald Ely brought
11 cents for rOO shares Opex was
again the iciUuio u iie nmrcci and
wont up during the session During I
the session SUO shares changed hands
nt 17 cento and U51 sharos sold nll
43 cents
Salt Luke Jan ITIlI News prints I
the following from Provo m
The annual stockholders mooting of
the Seven Troughs Therlon Gold
Mines conipuny vus held yesterday
at the Hotel itobnrts Reports of
tho linanolnl condition of lie property
> were presented by the secretary and
treasurer I
Genera Msumgor T A Friedman re
ported that the company hud equipped
the Wolnila vorllnqs with now and
complete hiUtl machinery pumping
I plant etc md u now ir7 < A I t
Catarrh comas as a rosult of impurities and morbid matter in the
circulation and is a diwmso that only attacks mucous membrane Tho
ontiro inner portion of tho body is lined with a delicate skin or covering
of soft sensitive flesh Thousands of tiny blood vessels tire interlaced
throughout this mucous surface and it is through those that tho inner
I jnombrano receives its nourishment and is kept in healthful condition
When hovovor the blood becomes Infected with catarrhal impurities tho
tissues become diseased and Catarrh get a foothold in tho system Tho
early stages of Catarrh aro characterized l > y such symptoms as a tight
stuffy fooling in tho head watery eyes buzzing noises in tho ears with par
tial deafness and often difficult breathing and chronic hoarseness Thoso
are merely symptoms and while sprays inhalations and other local treat
ment may temporarily relieve them Catarrh cannot bo cured until tho
blood Is purified of tho exciting cQusoS S S cures Catarrh by cleansing
tho blood of all impure catarrhal matter It goes down into the circula
tion and attacks tho disease at Its head and removes every particle of tho
catarrhal impurity Then the mucous linings are all supplied with frosh
pure blood and allowed to hoal instead of being kept in a constant state
of irritation by tho catarrhal matter Special hook on Oatarrh and any
lnodicaladvico free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC
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operations for production of ore left
r by tho Wchuja lease
Tho following officers were elected
for tho ensuing year L A Fried
I niivn president Culbort L Olson
lceprcsldent F L Gunnel secretary
and treusurer these with C D Hay
and J M Gootlwln form the board of
A meeting of the stockholders of
I the Seven Troughs Kindergarten and
Seven Troughs Coalition companies
was also held at which a sale of tho
Kindergarten property was made to
the Coalition company on the basis
of one share In Coalition being paid
for ono share of Kindergarten Mr
Friedman reports that the Kindergar
ten vein has been cut at the 300foot
level and that the property appears
in excellent shape In addition to
time Kindergarten property just tak
en over tho Coalition company also
owns 00 per cent of the Thcrion
Salt Lake Jan 1Great activity
Is being shown on the Utah Metal
proporl In Middle canyon over the
range from Blnghuui and the camp Is
now a veritable beehive of activity
More than 20000 worth of material
for equipping the property has al
ready been ordered houses aro being
built machinery Is being Installed
and much material Is arriving on tho
ground for the big work that the
company has act out to accomplish
it Is expected that within tho next
CO days all the work necessary for
equipping the property will have been
finished and the big bore will then be
pushed through the mountain at a
lapld into
i Genetnl Manager Snm H Trclonr
has received word that 150 tons of
85 pound rails for equipping tho tun
nel will arrive on Thursday These
milK will ho used to double track the t
tunnel from the portal to tho face II
I Portions of the hjdroolcctric
i plant have already arrived and word I
hug been received that the 5600 feet
of 12Inch pipe that will be used Is
on the way The compressor pipes
are now on the ground and will soon
be In readiness for the rest of the
machinery For this work 1500 feet
or Glnch pipe is used
The generator and the electric lo
I comotives that will be used in the
I tunnel are being rushed at the fac
I torlCK and the companies handling
i this machinery haxo given positive
I assurance that they will have the
I work completed and delivered bv the
last of the month
I At present teams are engaged in
I hauling two carloads of lumber to
the property from the station nt Toa
ole This is being used for the en
largement of tho powerhouse tho
building of a changohouBc rooming
I house and a number of other build
ings i
While this work is going on a num
ber of men under Superintendent J
E Baker arc enlarging the present
tunnel from the portal to the face
making It uniform throughout The
tunnel Is also being enlarged from
7 by 7 feet to S feet high by 10 feet
l wide Tho water ditch Is also being
enlarged so a > > to afccommodatc a
I stream of 3000 gallons of water a
i minute
General Manager Treloar will leave I
in the morning for the property
Everything will he completed within
i CO days If the weather does not pre I
1 vent he says At present the snows
are very heavy In Middle canyon and
some delay has been caused
i finiNG OUT AN I
London Jan IGood progress is
being made In tho preparations for
Captain Scotts Antartlc exposition
olllclally designated British Antarc
tic Expedition 1910 and ono mem
btr ot the staff C R Mears already
has started for Siberia to obtain the
necessary dogs and ponies
I Captain Scott himself has been re
lieved of his appointment at the ad
i miralty In order that ho may devote
I the whole of his time to tho work of
his expedition Work has already I
commenced on the ship Terranova
and the removal of oil tanks with
other minor work Is in progress
The selection of all the members of
I the scientific staff has not yet been
definltoly made but Is gradually get
I ting Into shape
Dr Wilson chlof of the scientific
staff will also ho zoologist and artist
His task will Include tho general or
ganisation and distribution of work
and tho corolatlon of results
Personnel of the Ships Passengers
It is anticipated that three geolo
gists will bo taken with the expedi
tion One of them lb Mr Mackintosh
I Bell the director of the geological
I survey of Now Zealand Tho second
geologist It Is hoped will be secured
I In Australia through the good offices
of Professor David of Melbourne uni
Besides the general knowledge
these gentlemen possess the expedi
tion will have the advantage of their
I special knowledge of the lands adja
cent to tho field of work and alo of
continuity with the work of former
expeditions Tho third geologist will
be selected In this country
Mr R Simpson of the Indian sur
vey department will bo tho physicist
of tho expedition He is now on his
I Good Health
is within reach of nearly every
man and woman who earnestly
desires it Start right with
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Sold ETerrwhcre In Boxes lea and 25 < i f
way to England from Slam A second
physicist will also be taken
Two and possibly three biologists
will be included In Captain Scotts
personnel and steps arc being taken
to secure gentlemen having special
knowledge of marine biology With
Dr Wilson will he associated a sec
ond doctor who will study botany and
bacteriology giving particular atten
tion to tho Investigation of blood
Travels Far After the Proper Dogs
Mr Meaics has close knowledge
I of the region he Is about to visit and
of tho language spoken there He will
probably have to travel long distances
to obtain the best dogs hence his
early departure but he hopes to find
It easier to secure the points re
Ho will collect his animals at Vladi
vostok whence they will be sent to
Kobe and transhipped for Australia
and New Zealand Mr Mcares will
join ho Tcrrnnova In New Zealand
Other members of the expedition
will be selected In time for them to
prepare themselves to assist elllclcnt
ly with magnetic and meteorological
The lending parties will probably
consist of thirty men In all twenty
five of whom will be al the large sta
tion and five at the second station
An Improved motorsledge of a type
tried successfully last year In Norway
IK being constructed for the expedi
tion and will undergo further trials
for which purpose Captain Scott will
proceed early next year with the mo
torsledge to Norway There further
trials will be made In February or
March when the snow will be in lit
With regard to equipment steps
are also being taken to order skins
of young reindeer for fursleeping
bags and the best kind of flnnesko
or fur boats which have to be ob
tained from Lapland aud also the
best class of wood for sledges etc
Details vvIth regard to these matters
will be adjusted when Captain Scott
visits Norway
world wide Cold and Grip remedy
removes thy cause Call for full
name Look for the signature W
Salt Lake Jan IHarr Law er
once the youthful messenger who
stole a pearl necklace valued at 2
600 from Mrs J Frank Judge early
In December has reason to ho
thankfJl for Mrs Judgo that ho Is
not nerving a long term In tho state
prison for grand larceny Instead of
doing six months In the county Jail
on a misdemeanor charge
Lawrence was sent to got a pearl
necklace and deliver It to Mrs Judge
Becoming fascinated with the pearls
ho decided to appropriate thorn He
returned n forged receipt to the Jew
elry store but It was not long after
that Mrs Judge Inquired for her lost
gems and vvhcn it was learned they
hay not been detncred the arrest of
Lawrenco followed and he was I
charged with grand larceny The
I young man admitted keeping the
I pearls and Informed the officers
I where they could be found
I He was to have had a preliminary
hearing on a felon charge this morn
Ing but prosecution stated that
Mrs Judge was willing that the young
1 man plead guilty to petit larceny
i renco will bo a guest at Sheriff
Sharps Second South street place
of abode for the next bx months
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Washington Jan iThe first and
probably the most brilliant of tho
formal slate receptions planned for
the present was given tonight in favor
of the diplomatic corps About 1500
guests were Invited Mrs Tart was
present throughout Tonight recep
tion marked a radical change in the
conducting of the groat state affairs
nt the White House and for tho first
time in many administrations refresh
meaty were served The Blue Room
Chcle which nourished during the
Roosevelt administration was a se
lected coterie of social friends Invited
in behind the line was entirely dono
away with
Tho number of Invitations Issued to
each of the big receptions has been
materially reduced by Mrs Taft
whose idea is said to be that every
guest present should feel himself or
herself the personal guest of the
president and his wife and all should
be treated alike
In the receiving lino were rice
President and AIrs Sherman the
members of the cabinet and the ladles
I of their households
The guests assembled In the famed
East Room rho diplomatic corps In
lesplcndcnt uniforms accompanied by
their suites given tho color and brll
Nancy of n court function
n The rcirevliments sowed In tho
state dining room consisted of
creamed oysters salads Ices and I
champagne punch
Omaha Jan JVllh a fullyequip J
pod moving picture show a stereoptl
can with several hundred slides and
twcnt > threo of the best fellows who
ever sailed for tho west the South
Omaha delegation to the Wyoming
Wool Growers association meeting at
Cheyenne and the National Wool I
Growers association convention at
Ogden left Omaha at noon Sunday
over limo Union Pacific
The moving picture shows will easi
ly bo the feature of the trip us the I
films and slides aro all new In Clio
enno the wool growers will be taken
on a trip through the yards of the
Union Stuck Company at South Oma
ha and Introduced to the men who
buy and aoll block on this market
which Is at once the greatest center
for range sheep In the world The
same show will bo given In Ogden
and at places along the route but the
Ogden show will have a new feature
Last fall tho Union Stock Yards com
pany took pictures with tholr moving
picture camera of the events at Chey
enne during the Frontier celebrations
This Him Is one of the best over made
and has been In demand by the load
ing exchanges but la the exclusive
property of the Union Stock Yards
company and next best to a trip to
Cheyenne during buckin1 time
Several prominent stockmen and
sheop growers will bo Invited to Join
tho party on the way but these men
arqe among the party which left Oma
ha for Cheyenne and Ogden Sunday
J A Shoemaker of the Union Stock
Yards company Frank Strykor sec I
rotary of tho Union Stock Yards com
pany J M Guild commissioner of
the Omaha Commercial club Charles
H King of tho Omaha Wool Stor I
age company Scott Konworth and
fn L Patton ° f the Pat ° nEclicnnan
compeuy Billy Farrar I
of Wood Brothers
Commission com
I uu Nat C Houston
of tho Great
Western Commission
company M C
Wllkel1lon Smith Brothers Commls
sion company C H VanAlstlnc
Grand Island Stock
Yards com
pan Lalph Jennings of the Fremont
Stock Yards company George Dr
I olhy of the W J Port company
Gene Malady of Thuet Brothers
Mcladv Kid Kjto of the Nations
I Commission company John Smith
I W R Smith Son Uruco McC
lough or the South Omaha Journ
I Stockman W R Scott photograph
j and Doc Stryker as a guest
I Washington Jan ITo C01l1JI1
morale the victory of tho battle
Lake Erie Representative Kelfcr
I Ohio today Introduced a bill app
j I prlatlng 250000 toward the orecllo
of a permanent omnibus measure Ti
I bill proposes a monument In Put i
Bay Lake Erie Tho Perry vlctc
I centennial will be held on tho IIIan3
In 1913 I
By tho way how do you suppose j i
happens that President Taft knogs I
much about whisky i I
FCQrits 01 s lJillYotl can DOC t t
quito euro where a cold la going to hit yl
In the fall and winter it nvay otto mj
bowel producing severe pin Do
bo nkrm l nor torment j o elf with f
of uppexidicitLi At tho firatsign of oc
take ferry Davis Pftinkillerhi rum cwt ci
CDCt 7utcrQud relief com Fat once T =
is but one Painkiller Icrr Davu

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