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2 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY JANUARY 27 191k
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Deafness Cannot be Cured
by Jocil application AS they cannot jcaeli the
iliteajed portion of the car There it only one
aj 10 cure Deafn u and that 11 by ccnitltu
tionil remedies Deafncii li caused by an In
flamed condition of the mucous Iiruriij bl the
riuUchian Tube Then IbIS tube gel mflimed
you bare a nimblipg und or imperfect hear
inc and when it h entirely closed Deafness is
the result and inlex the inflammation tan be
lake ot and thus tube restored to its normal
condition hearing will be de tro > ed forever
Inc Cue out of ten are caused by catarrh
hhich Ji nothing hot an inflamed condition ot
the mucous surfaces
We will > Sic One Hundred Dollars for any I
case of Pfjincjj caused by catarrh that can
not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for
circulars free
rccP J CHENEY CO Toledo O
Sold by DruKffiirs 75c
flan Family Pins are Cthc teAt
MADAME KELLER
Hair Scalp and Skin Specialist
2468 Washington Ave Ogden Utah
Bell Phone 1353k
Corrcapondoncc and personal in I
stiucliona in every branch of trio
Beautifying Arls I
Manufacturer of reliable toilet I
preparations and French masks Hair
weaving Corsets made to order
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A HAN IS JUDGED
by strangers by hIs appearance
If your clothing no matter how
wall made IB baggy out of shape and
talned or soiled the judgment is In
variably not In your favor
You practice sound business when
you have your garments regularly
DRY CLEANED and pressed by this
cBtabllohment
Clothes called rOT and delivered
Ogden Steam
Laundry Co
LAUNDERERS AND
DRY OLEANERS
Phones 174 437 26th Street
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ITS IMPOSSIBLE
To hold back your live stock whoa
they see some of our hay and grain
in sight Let UB send you an order
and convince you
CHAS F GROUT
HAY AND GRAIN
362 Twentyfourth SL
MITCHELL BROS
Monuments or Headstones
Pay no attention to lying tale
representations from our com
petitors and do not pay big
commlFalons to agents but GOO
us wo can save you money
Yards 2003 Jefferson
BROOM RESTAURANT
REMOVED TO VIENNA
CAFE
ate 25th 8t
r4 Meals eftmo price as Broom Res
taurant Special Dinner 25c
Lunch from 11 to 4 p m
Dinner from < to S p m
ii LEE FOON 4 TOM Managers
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THE GILBERT TIRE CASES
STYLES FOR SEASON OF 1910
Absolutely the Best Buttoned
Tire Case on the Market Water
proof glove fltting and extremely
bandsomo In appearance easy to
put on or take off
Black enameled duck nlzea 28 to
36 53CO 37 to 42 400
Black Fabric Leather sizes 28 to
36 460 37 to 42 fCOO
THE GILBERT
MANUFACTURING 00
NEW HAVEN CONN
Be sure and get
FelsNaptha
I from your grocer today
RECEIVERSHIP FOR
BANK IN MEXICO
Mexico City Jan 26A receiver
Ship for the United States Banking
company was decided upon at a meol
Inc of tho directors this afternoon
after the institution had failed to
open Its doors for business
Mr ElasasBor vice president the
hank said that tho action of the di
rectors urns taken hccnuso thr banl
did not havo enough money on hand
to reimburse the clearing house for
yesterdays business and could not
properly receive deposit
WUMAN AIDS
THE BOYCOTT
New York Jan 26000 can im
agine the angle of the Imperial mous
taches when Kaiser VVIlhelm reads
tho cable inoGoagc which Mrs Sophia
Ioebinger secretary of the National
Progressive Suffrage union today said
sho would send to him
Mrs Loebtngor stood on a packing
box In Union Square and exhorted a
scanty gathering of men to abstain
from the use of meat
I Wo shall send this afternoon she
said a cablegram to tho emperor
of German congratulating him on
his decision to shut out our foul pu
trid canned and unlnspc < ted beet
This beof has proved too bad for us
and our sympathies are with any oth
er nation on which our wicked beef
trust tried to unload It
Let the butchers cease saying wo
are their enemies in starting this beef
boycott Let thorn got together and
dovlso some way of unloading the
beef trust from their shoulder well
help them
Frankfort Kansas Jan 2GAt a
meeting here last night a counter boy
cott was organized directed against
tho unions who have Joined the non
meatusing crusade The farmers
propose to quit using the products of
labor unions for a year They also
charge that tho packers are back of
ho boycott Tho declaration of Intcn
Ions Is as follows
It this meat eaters strike can be
made a matter of organized labor and
Ig carried out thon the farmer pro
poses to wage an uncompromising war
m every labor organization that enters
nto this boycott They will unite for
the first time in history against the
labor organizations Not only will
they pledge themselves not to buy
anything made by union labor or or
ganizations for one year bnt thoy
will advocate free trade along with It
but thoy will make It their politics
regardless party affiliations
Farmer organizations In all sections
of the Btato will be required to Join
the movement
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
Intermountain Fair Association Og
den Utah
Notice is hereby given that at a
regular mooting of the Board of DI
rectors of the InterMountain Fair
Association of Ogdon Utah held on
ho 22d day of January 1910 assess
ment No3 of 100 per share to pay
for Improvements made and debt now
existing was levied on the capital
lock of the corporation Issued and
outstanding payable Immediately to
Ezra Richardson Secretary of the
aid association office in tho old
Jcowcroft Warehouse Wall avenue
between Twentythird and Twenty
fourth streets Ogdon Utah
Any stock upon which the assess
ment may remain unpaid on the 6th
day of March 1910 will be delinquent
and advertised for Hale at public auc
lion and unless payment Is made be
fore so much of said stock ae may
be necessary will be sold on the 5th
day of April 1910 at 2 oclock p m
at the front door of the Weber County
Court House hy the Secretary of said
corporation to pay the delinquent as
sessment thereon together with the
cost of advertising and expenses of
sale EZRA RICHARDSON
Secretary
UTAH AVIATION
MEET PROMISING
Salt Lake Jan 26 Details of the
great aviation exhibition and contests
which will be held In Salt Lnko Sat
urday and Sunday arc still Incom
plete owing to the fact that no rep
resentative of tho aviators Is In the
city and only tentative plans for the
flights have been announced by the
Frenchmen who are now in San
Fraclsco It Is certain however from
what has been arranged so far that
the contests will be of an exciting
and interesting nature
Among other performances which
are promised Is a flight by Louis
Paulhan for height speed endurance
and crosscountry records
From the general arrangements now
In progress the contests will begin
at 2 oclock In the afternoon or as
soon as possible and will continue
until well along in the evening Paul I
han will probably make two flights
each afternoon using different kinds
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of machines on each trip Masson I
and Mlscarol the other two aviators
will make a flight apiece each after
I noon
The exact time of tho flights has
I not been planned and the above sug
gestions are made from what has
been gleaned by J Fl Caine secretary
of tho Commercial club from the ar
rangements made for the flights In
San Francisco
Up to this afternoon at 2 oclock no
definite decision had been cached In
tho matter of grounds for the exhi
bitions owing to the fact that Cover
nor Spry was atlll out of the city and
had not given his needed consent for
tho use of the state fair grounds
There seems to bo no doubt though
that the eents will be seen thero as
everyone else In connection with tho
fair grounds Is In favor of lotting it
out for the occasion and there Is no
reason why Governor Spry should not
give his content The car service Is
good to the grounds and the crowds
could be handled very easily
No Storms In Sight
The most Important feature to bo
worked out now is tho weather The
first attempts at flying In San Fran
cisco were blasted and the boosters
of the events here are desirous of
overcoming any such situation ns that
Plans will be made to bribe the weath
er man Section Director A IF Thles
sen In charge of the local bureau
stated this morning that there wan
nothing to indicate a storm either on
Saturday or Sunday
It ia too tar away to get any idea
of the conditions which might prevail
Saturday nald Mr TbioB8enbut
thero aro no storms In sight now
It was announced by J D Caine
this morning that Dick Ferris ad
vance agent of the avlntorS will ar
rive lu the city tomorrow about noon
and will begin at once the arrange
ment of the grounds The turnstiles
and fence protection for the grounds
are already provided but It will M
necessary to arrange a place In tho
conter of the race track Inclosuie for
the Machines to get slnYtod Avery
large number of people can be ac
commodated with places in good view
of the starting place of tho mnchlnes
No matter in which direction the flight
Is taken it will be posslblo fox the
spectator onthc grounds to ace the
machine for many miles if it goes
oul over the desert land to tho west
ward It will he Jo view as far as
the sight can teach
Tho advertlsjng of tho contest Is
going on at a lively rate Ten thou
sand posters are scattered through
the stale advising people ot the con
test and stating that tho railroads arc
granting special rates From tho
number of telephone calls telegrams
and letters received at the Commer
cial club from almost every part of
the state It Is evident that there IB
great interest In the exhibition
ITCHING ERUPTION
QUICKLY COOLED
Just a few drops of oil of winter
green properly compounded In the
thymol glycerine etc and applied
to the skin will take away instantly
tho worst kind of an Itch Wo posh
ihely know this
Tho D D D Prescription made at
tho D D D Laboratorltorlefi of Chi
cago seems to bo Just the light com
pound It sells regularly at ono dol
lar a botte but we have secured a
limited number of special bottles for
a trial at 25 cents on a special offer
and advise you to take advantage of
this offer now as wo do not know
long the Laboratories In Chicago will
continue the 25 cent offer
Wo KNOW you can take away that
Itch TONIGHT Culley Drug Co
M79 Wash
READJUSTMENT
Of THE MARKET
Now York Jan 26he action of
todays stock market represented a
conclusive readjustment of tho price I
level rather than a measured recovery
Induced by a steady demand
Tho opening presented a condition
of violent confusion and wide gains
over last nights prices
Tho fierce rush Lo buy demonstrated
clearly that much of the heedless sell
Ing which went on yesterday was
bear speculation and had left uncov
ered short contracts on an enormous
scale The London stock market ad
vanced prices of Americans sharply
before the opening here and buying
orders from New York were a fac
tor In the London advance
Tho consequence was n state of
embarrassment for the uncovered
shorts In Now York when business
was ready to begin Their urgent nec
essities caused the violent gains In
prices which were registered at the
opening and which offered a haIR for
the intermittent soiling for the great
or part of the day This selling did
not become urgent again and gave no
Indications of the anxiety which was
so acute only twentyfour hours be
fore
Besides the strong sustaining force
of tho necessitous buying by uncover
ed shorts there wag substantial re
lief by the extenlve liquidation which
has been effected and which has
cleaned out the weak spots all through
the market
The purging of the credit position
from the artificial results brought
about by pool activity and manipula
tion has boen suspended owing to
the danger of damage to the more
substantial fabric of the market If
yesterdays rough course of procedure
should have been followed up An
Incident of the day was the further
collapse to 13 In the price of Colum
bus and Hocking Coal and Iron fol
lowing the appointment of a receiver
for the property
The final Jump In the copper In
dustrials with the circumstantial re
ports that the merger was imminent
checked a late reaction In the general
list from the highest prices of the
day touched during the final hour
Bonds were strong
Total sales par value 32S9000
United States bonds were un
changed on call I
DENVER MAY GET
BALLON RACES
Denver Jan GDenor Is the
most probable selection as the place
of holding the next International bal
loon races during the coming sum
mer according to Cortland F Bishop
president of the Aero Club of Ameri
ca who arrived in Denver today
President Bishop was met by a re
ception committee and shown the gas
plant which will furnish the gas to
Inflate the fourteen or sixteen bal
loons in tho big event Tonight he
was the guest at a oanquct of tho
aero club President Bishop also
said that there was an excellent pros
pect of Denver getting the Interna
tional aviation contests
TESTED AND PROVEN
There Is a Heap of Solace In Being
Able to Depend Upon a Well
Earned Reputation
For months Ogden readers hao
seen the constant expression of praise
for Doana Kidney Pills and read
about the good work they have done
in this locallt Not another remedy
over produced such convincing proof
of merit
H W Bldredgo 098 23rd SI Ogden
Utah ays For a long time I suffer
ed severely from pains In tho small of
my hack and the unnatural condition
of the kidney secretions plain indi
cated that my kidneys wore disorder
ed The trouble watt worse when I
overtaxed mj strength or brought too i
much strain on the muscles of my
I back A short time ago J read about I
Doans Kidney Pills and being favor
ably Impressed I procured a supply
I from Badcons Pharmacy This rem
edy soon corrected the kidney dim
I culty and removed mj adieu t and pains
Doan Kidney Pllln have helped mo
so gle ub thai I consider them wor I
thy rocoraracndatlon
Mr Eldredgc gave the above testi
monial In July 1906 and on July 29
1909 ho added I can still recom
mend Doans Kidney Pills highly
They did mo more good than any other
kidney medicine I ever took
For sail by all dealers Price 60
cents FostcriMUburn Co Buffalo
New York role agents for tho United
Slates
Remember the name Doana and
take no other
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BIG KILLING
I 1 AJ JUAREZ
Blagg Was the Only Favorite to
Win and Caused the Bookies
to Lose Heavily
Jaurcz Mexico Jan 25Blagg was
tho only successful first choice to run
at Terrazas Park toda I fe was also
the medium of a big killing He opened
4 to 1 and was backed down to 8 to
5 Summary
First raceq five and a half furlongs
selling Bob Lynch won Interpose sec
ond Fulloer third Time 107 16
Second race seven furlongs selling
Gibson won Joe Ehrlch second Miss
Alart third Time 125 4fi
Third race three and a half furlongs
twcyenrolds Miss Brunnctto won
Fauna second Cat third Time 411G
Fourth race six furlongs Blagi
won Pajoroita second Elizabeth Hal
wood third Time J 12
Fifth race six furlongs selling
Gladys Louise won B J Swanner sec
ond ChcGwardlne third Time 114 13
Sixth race ono mHo Celling Buna
won John R McMillan second Ger
rymander third Time 110 15
PHil MOOR IS
DISQUAlifiED
Oakland Cal Jan 6Pbil Mohr
won the third race at Emeryville to
tAr but was disqualified and placed
second first money oglng to Scwell
Phil Mohr was heavily played with Se
well next In demand A sixteenth from
the finish Phil Mohr carried Sowell
Into tho Inside fonco Mcntrj made a
claim of foul and It was promptly al
lowed
Dun Campbell favorite for the tyo
yoarolrl event was badly outrun Kor
mack and Aldrlan of the Spreckels
stable finished first and second
First race six furlongs Dalronln 9
to 6 won Miss Plclnlc 7 to 2 second
Judge QuInn 3 to 1thlrd Time
115 35
Second Inc throe furlongs Rzv
male 5 to 1 won Median to 1 sec
ond Soon 5 to 1 third Time 37 35
Third race futurity courseSewell
4 to 1 won Phil Mohr 7 to 5 second
Dr Dougherty 8 to 1 third Time
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112Fourth
Fourth race five and a half furlongs
Father Stafford 11 to C won Steel
6 to 1 second Likely Dlcudonne 12 to
1 third Time 109 35
Fifth race mile Servlcence G to 5
won Bubilc even second Cocksure
12 to 3 third Time 114 15
Sixth race five and a half furlongs
Miss Dirqchoj j to 1 won Silver
Line 12to1 spcond Argonaut 4 to
1 third Time 110
LONG SHOT RUNS
AWAY fRUM fiELD
Jacksonville Jan Pocoraoke
freely offered al S to 1 raced away
from his Held In the Tallahassee
stakes today toda > s feature at Mon
Grief Park Coupled with Pocomokes
victory five 1ai choices won Sum
nary
marFirat
First race three furlongs selling
Darling won Hye Straw second
Lady Ormlcant third Time 3G
Second race five furlongs selling
Topnote won Grando Dame second
Mary F third l Time 1 13 15
Fourth race Tallahassee Stake
belling mile Pocomoke won Elfall
second Petite third Time 139 16
Fifth race seven furlongs selling
Shapdalo won EJndvmon socond Gold
Dust third Time 128
Sixth race ono and one eigth miles
polling Warfleld won Billy Pullman
second Louis Kavanaugh third Time
151 15
liVING HIGH BUT
NOT HIGH UVNG
Philadelphia Jan 2GIt costs more I
to get the comliion necessities of life I
In the United Stales today than in
any other country in the world
This statement was made tonight by
James Wilson secretary of ugrlcul
lure in an address before the Manu
facturers club of this city
Some people he salt tell us
that if wo repeal the present tariff law
to let In foreign products free of lutj
the present dllllculty will cease I do
not believe IL Eggs are 35 cents n i
dozen in Canadian cities and GO cents
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a dozen In some American cities The i
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duly 1133 cent a dozen What differ
once would it make whether you took
oft that3 cents i
The secretary further said he be I
lleved tho American people are suf I
fering not so much from the high cost
of living as from the cost of high Irv
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One of the MiiarloHt of the new mllll
Importations le aliown In above cut
Ilio toD of list Ic while AIIk beaver with
5 band of black velvet ribbon around
the low crown and cabochon of brll
liaif h front as the iole lecorutlon
1 hr virrVr part of unlqiip upturned barn
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USED AS A CALL BELL
AVING demand from Lawyers and others
HAVING for desk alarm and call bell we
show where the SEARCHLIGHT Clock
can be used for this purpose First as neat
clock on desk for time purposes and it takes
only a couple of seconds to set alarm at time of
appointment which is sure to remind one that
someone else needs immediate attention
The call bell can be used as shown to call
anyone in the office as signals adopted Then
again did you ever have anyone in your office
who having finished his business persists in
again going over matter thoroughly understood
with you having a stack of work awaiting ahead
of youl By pressing the button you can mke
way for suitable excuse to terminate the meeting
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THIS clock is not a toyit is an
article of household furniturean
adornment to the home and it is useful
The alarm clock will ring until you get
up out of bedand stop it The
alarm is kept ringing by the electric
battery and it will ring for hours if not
turned off This alarm will not stop
after awhile and let yon go back to
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HE little electric incandescent
THE just above the dial will show I
the time at any hour of the night All
you need to do is to touch the button at
the end of the cord which comes at
tached to every clock and the dial of
the clock will light up It is not neces
sary to rise from bed to light the
electric lighta touch of the button will
show you the time The cord may be
put under your pillow or in any con
venient place I I
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d b increased
In gold mining was marked by
creased recovery from tho depressed
conditions for the two preceding
data presented
years according to
fno report by the United States geo
logical surveys Tier 1g a general
I advance In do l ° Pmcm ot Proved
mines and districts From the pre
liminary fibresOf tho director of tho
mlut it is estimated that the output
of gold for the year reached the total
of 9921OOO an estimated Increase
I over the production of 1908 of ti
Gi2200
Silver mining suffered during 19v
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THE SICK CAN CALL YOU
THIS clock is useful as a call bell
The electric current is so arranged
that when the button in the end of the
pear push is pressed the bell will ring
TK s very convenient in a sick room
or erever a call bell is needed This
clock combines the perfect mechanism
of the best time keeper made with I
the advantages of the latest develop
ments in electrical science
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from low market prices for the met
I al and for copper and lead The es
timated production In 1909 of 53819
000 fine ounces of silver valued at
j 28010100 Indicates an Increaso of
140S200 fine ounces In quantity but
a decrease In value over the product
of 1908 of 40500
NEGRO ORJVES COURT
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Washington Ga Jan 20 Noticing
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unusual appearance of the face of
Cy Ballard a negro arraigned before
him today on n misdemeanor charge
Judge Waynne asked tho county i > h > tt
clan to examine him Tho physician
immediately pronounced It smallpox
Judge court officials spectators all
made for doors and windows leaving
one negro In complete possession of
the court room An immune officer
took him to jail whore tonight he U
the sole prisoner
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PORK CHOPS LOWER y
Kansas City Jan 2Gpork T1CP
prices slurfpcd today packers reduc
ing their pricas one cent a pound aoJ
the retailors cutting off two and one
half cents
I HEAD TIlE CLASSIFIED PAO
Only One BROMO QUININE that Is
Laxative Bromo Quinine on every
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Cures a Cold In bOr
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