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New York Feb 7Kld McCoy I
one of the great boxers of tho old
school is tho latest to como out in
defense of Jeffries The veteran fight
er Is suro that the unbeaten heavy
weight will regain his old time form
and batter tho colored scrapper Into
submission when they clash on July
I Johnsons jabbing wont bother
Jeff In the least and tho latters crouch
will make It impossible for Johnson
lo got in his uppercuts effectively
these are the points that McCoy brings
out strong in his argument for the
white battler The Kid declares that
Jeff Is far gainer than his colored op
ponent and that he will outgame Tom i
my J urns conqueror McCoy calls f
Jeff a freak of the ring and says John I
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son will learn that much to his sor
row McCoy takes off his hat to Johnson
as far as cleverness goes hilt ho says
this l1lbo of little help to him
against a man like the giant ho will
face on July 4
Did Johnson ever whip a real
good fighter If so it is not mentioned
in tho record book said McCoy He
calmed the world championship
when his beat Tommy Burns In Aus
tralia Another good Joke Look at
the pictures of that great 1 battle
They show you a game little fellow
making ineffectual jumps and lunges
at a hiS black man Johnson did not I
beat Burns Burns caused his own de
feat by simply tackling Johnson at
his own game Then Johnson came
I home went out to tho coast and lick I
ed Ketchcl in twelve rounds Ketchel
Is a very good middleweight Gut in
my opinion he Is an Inexperienced I
fighter What I mean by Inospor
ionced Is this In all of Ketchels bat
tles all lie did was to take a lot of I
punishment In order to get in a real
good wallop Kctchel managed to
beat a lot by this method but wo must
admit It is crude work
Did anybody over notice particul
arly the natural defense of Jeff AId
believe me it Is a grand way to keep
oil your opponent As Jeff crouches
with his left extended it Is Impos I
sible for any man to hit him in tho
stomach If he lunges for that part
of the body ho just wards tho blow
off with the right This means that
Johnsons well touted uppercut will
be off on the day of tho meet
It will not surprise me If Jeff en
ters the ring so far Improved over his
old condition that he will bo simply
a fighting marvel This battle will not
find Jeff spending much time In get
ting a lino on Johnson If there Is
one person in tho world who is hated
by Jeff It is the black champion The
big white man will enter the ring with
one Idea and that Is to smash John
son down as quickly as possible And
It is very seldom that Jeff falls to
make good
Gameness Is absolutely necessary
in a big fight We all know that Jeff
doesnt know what fear is But how
about Johnson I dont think he is
ono of the gamest men in the world
and will tell you why The day after
I whipped Jack Twin Sullivan In
Los Angeles Tohnson came Into Tom
McCarthys club with his hat in his
hand and Iqokiug for a fight He ap I
proached me and after congratulating I
me on my victory said Mr McCoy
can I get a fight with you
Not with me Johnson I answer
ed You know how I feel about tho
color line and will only meet white
mon in the ring
After convincing Johnson that there
was not a chance of a battle he took
his hat In his hand and walked out
of the room McCaroy came In a few
minutes later and going past the chair
that Johnson occupied found a razor
which had slipped out of J Johnsons
hip pocket It was tho first I knew
that a fighter went around looking for
a match with a weapon and ever since
then I have doubted the gameness of
Johnson
There is nothing about tho fight
that can make me give Johnson even
a possible chance And when it 015 all
over the negros admirers will bo won
dering how they over figured ho was
Intllo same class as Jeffries
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AD VOLGAST IS I
GETTING TOO HEAVY
By II XI Walker
Los AngelesFeb7 B Nelson
the young man who stole the King of
Denmarks Job is scheduled to arrive
in Los Angeles today Telegraphing
from Tticumcarl New Mexico the
lightweight champion advises that ho
will stop off here on route for San
Francisco
Nelson and Wolgast may get to
gether for a talk tonight In case the
Dano remains hare over night Che
rokeo Tom Jones tclephonpd from
Wheeler Sprlngis last night to the
effect that ho and Wolgast would
leave that resort at noon today ar
riving in Los Angeles at 7 oclock in
the evening
Wolgast has fattened up to the 135
pound mark said Jones Wo are
all ready to tacklo Nelson John
Clarlco telegraphed me from San
Francisco that Sid Hester hud posted
2500 in cash with him MHO that
Hester has started work on his pavil
ion over In San Mateo county This
looks as though Sid will be able to
go through with his arrangements At
any rate I have the 500 forfeit nail
ed for my boy In case anything goes
amiss
LAT NIA TRACK IS SAVED
Lexington Ky Fob Announce
ment by Secretary House of tho Ken
tucky State Racing commission that
officials of the Latonla Racing asso
ciation have decided to held a meet
ing and have applied for May 30 to
July 2 Inclusive Is looked upon with
much favor by western horsemen The
application of Latonia is considered a
victory for the racing ob
literating the last vestige of opposi
tion to parimutual system In Ken
tucky and saving the aLtonla track
Churchill Downs has applied for
May 10th to June Jth which Inter
feres six days with the dates asked
for by Latonia but Louisville will
probably be sivon the time asked for
and Latonia tho thirty days follow
ing
The Kentucky Association of Lex
ington has asked for April 30 to May
7 The Kentucky derby will take
place tills year May 10 tho Kentucky
futurity for twoyearolds April 30
and the Camden handicap for three
year < Jlds May 2 The Camden handi
cap Is virtually a tryout for the Ken
tucky derby
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SWEDISH SCIENTIST DIES
SUDDENLY IN JAIL
London Feb 7ProL Martin Egen
burg the Swedish scientist who on
being arrested In London last fall
charged with complicity In several
bomb outrages in Sweden became
temporarily Insane and was later
committed for extradition to Sweden
died suddenly at Brixton Jail today
Tho cause of his death Is officially at
tributed to apoplexy
INDIANS ARE INTRODUCED
TO PRESIDENT TAFT
Washington Feb 7 Senator Curtis
of Kansas Introduced to President
Taft eight ICaw Indiana Tn honor of
the occasion the braves wore attired
In gorgeous native costume One car
ried a shining tomahawk while an
other fanned himself vigorously with
an eagle feather fan Altogether the
Indians made tho gayest picture seen
at the White House for Home time r
ADDITIONS TO THE STRIKERS
South Bethlehem Pa Feb f
Large additions to tho ranks of the
1200 strllcers at the Bethlehem steel
works were reported today by the
committee of strikers as tho result of
picket duty last night and early this
morning
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SEASON
At tho services In St Joseph
Catholic church as well as In the
Episcopal church the customary
Lenten regulations were called to the
attention of the congregation Sunday
Tho Regulations
The following Lenten regulations
were announced
All the days of Lent except Sunday
aro fast days obligation
All persons under 21 years or over
GO years of age thoso who aro en
gaged in hard labor the sick and con
valescent and those who cannot fast
without Injury to their health are ex
empt from tho obligation of fasting
All hound to keep the fast shall take
but one full meal a day except on
Sundays
The meal permitted on fast days
should be taken about noon
A collation is permitted In the even
ing
When tho principal meal cannot
conveniently bo token about noon the
order may be Inverted so that the
collation may bo taken about noon
and the dinner In the evening
General usage has made it lawful
to lake In the morning a cup of coffee
lea or chocolate with a small piece
of bread
Necessity and custom have author
ized the use of lard instead of butter
Intho preparation Tall permitted I
foods
By dispensation the use of flesh
meats Is permitted at all meals on
Sundays and once a day at the prin
cipal meals on Mondays Tuesdays
Thursdays and Saturdays with the
exception of Ember Saturday the last
Saturday of Lent
Persons exempt from tho obligation
of fasting may partake of flesh meats
at all meals on days when the use of
meat is permitted at the principal
meal
Flesh meat and fish arc not to bo
used at the same meal during Lent
even on Sundays
The use of butter cheese milk and
eggs Is permitted every day In tent
By virtue of an Indult granted by
the Holy See March ID 1896 work
Ingmen and their families are allowed
the uso of flesh meat once a day on
all the fast and abstinence days
throughout the year with the excep
tion of all Fridays Ash Wednesday
the Wednesday and Saturday ot Holy
Week and the vigil of Christmas
Those who are exempt from the obli
gation of fasting are permitted to use
meat more than once a day on all
days except those before mentioned
namely Fridays Ash Wednesday the
Wednesday and Saturday of Holy
Week and the vigil of Christmas
Those who avail themselves of this
Indult are not permitted to use flesh
meat and fish at the same meal and
are earnestly exhorted to perform
some other act of mortification such
as abstinence from intoxicating liq
uors
The Paschal time extends from tho
first Sunday of Lent until Trinity
Sunday Inclusive during which time
nil Catholics who have attained the
proper age arc bound to receive holy
communion worthily
To afford tho faithful opportunities
of gaining the graces of the Lenten
season it Is hereby ordered that In
addition to the usual Sunday devo
tions Lenten exercises be held on
two evenings o each week in all the
churches of the archdiocese to which
are attached tho resident pastors On
one of the evenings an Instruction is
to be given on tho other the sta
tions of the cross Permission is
horeby given for benediction of tho
blessed sacrament on both evenings
On Good Friday the devotion of tho
way of the cross shall be given twice
In all parish churches once during thy
afternoon and then again in the even
ing The afternoon service is for tho
children though grown people es
pclally the old ad those who cannot
attend In the evenings should not
e excluded from It
As the service in the afternoon Is
for tho children It should not begin
before 530 p m thus giving them
time to reach the church after the
closing of tho schools
The exercises on Good Friday after
noon shall consist of the stations of
the cross with the singing In ISng
lish of a verse of the Stabat Mater
between each station a short ser
mon on the passion and death of our
Lord and the reading of the prayer
to the five wounds I strongly rec
ommend all who have pastoral
charges of souls that wherever It Is
possible the children be brought to
their respective parish churches on
every Friday afternoon during the
Lenten season for the devotion of the
way of tho cross and a short sermon
relating to the passion of our Lord
Wherever this is done permission Is
given to have benediction of the bles
sed sacrament at the afternoon ser
vice as well as at the evening ser
vice with the exception of course
of Good Friday
The faithful are reminded that be
sides the obligations of fasting Im
posed by the church tho season of
Lent should be in a very special man
ner a time for earnest prayer of
sorrow for sin of abstention from
amusements which not sinful In
themselves are permitted during
other portions of the year and of
generous almsgiving to the poor
ro comply with the decree of the
third plenary council of Baltimore a
collection will be taken up on tho first
Sunday of Lent at all tho masses and
at vespers for the missions among
the Indiana and negroes
MRS RICE GIVEN TEMPORARY
CUSTODY OF CHILDREN
After the introduction and consid
eration of complaints crosscorn I
Iml tints and Interpleaders of various
kinds regarding the right to the cus
tody of the two minor children of Mr
and Mrs Josoph Rice divorced the
case has finally been brought to n
close so far as the second district
court la concerned The case has
been one not entirely devoid ofjson
Rationalism and fought bitterly by both
parties The decision of Uio court is
that Mrs RICO IB to be glvon the tem
porary custody of the children She
shall maintain the custody for a per
iod of eight months at the expiration
of which time it shall be determined
as to whether she shall be given per
manent custody
In making the order by which the
chlilren were given to the mother
tho court took occasion to say that
he renllzod that tho conditions gov
governing
not Ideal but that since none of tho
llpgatlons M and charge made against
Mrs rv Rico b > her divorced husband
showed that the mother had been
guilt of unseemly conduct since her I
second marriage ho was disposed to
allow inSr an opportunity to care for
the children
The Rices were divorced several
months ago By the decree filed at
the line Mrs Rico
wnn given the cus
tody of the children and awarded 10
a month I
alimony for their support A
short time tgo Rico filed a modi
flcatlon of the decree alleging that
the children were being neglected and
that tho alimony which he paid for
their support was being used for the
partial support of Mrs Ricos second
husband Mm Rice filed a crosspe
tition in which she denied these I
charges and asked the court to mod I
Hy the decree and require Rice to
pay to her 25 a month as alimony
instead of 10
The hearing was called In the dis
trict court several days ago and both
parties to tho controversy started a
muckraking campaign during which
charges of Immorality and abuse were
exchanged with honors about even
WEBER ACADEMY BAND FAVORS
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STANDARD WITH MUSIC
The Standard force was treated to
a band concert by till students of
the Weber Academy under the leader
ship of Professor Nichols Saturday
afternoon and time music was appreci
ated The band boys arc doing
splendid work and the efforts of their I
director have been untiring to brine I
the musicians to a high standard of
proficiency For a school band the
Weber aggregation would be difficult
to excel Excellent training is shown
In the performers
The band was out for the purpose
of advertising the band concert to he i
given by the boys at the Academy
building Wednesday night Tho pro
gram rondered for he benefit of the
Standard people was as follows
Weber Academy March written
by Charles Thatcher of Ogden and
dedicated to Prof Nichols the con
ductor of the band Roses a tone
poem by B Ballon Dear Old cGr
many a medley of German airs and
GameR of Childhood Days a waltz
medley
This afternoon at 2 oclock the band
gives a concert at tne Stale Indus
trial school
The personnel of the band Is as fol
lows E W Nichols conductor John
ny Snedaker E Clarinet Lester
Hinchcliff Johnny Nicholas Hyrum
Wheelwright Charles Heslop Dowen
Hadlock B Clarinets Clarence Mc
Come E Saxophone Earl Read B
Saxaphono Leland Read Solo B Cor
net Stewart Eccles Solo B Cornet
Robert Edgar B Cornet Davis Green
73 Cornet Ernest Cardon B Cornet
Earl Belnap E Alto Frank Illcken
looper E Alto Eugene Barkdall E
Alto Wllford Pyott Trombone Har
old Tribe Trombone Gilbert Brad
field B Bass Frances Budge Dan
tone Jessie Sexton E Bass BJorno
Rydmnn E Bass Jcddlah McKay B
B Bass Orwln Miller Tenor Drum
Henry Watkins Bass Drum
ALLOWED TO TAKE
THEIR MADE NAMES
In the district court Saturday the
divorce calendar was attended to and
the desired relief granted to two wo
men who had asked a separation from
their husbands and that they be per
mitted to resume their former names
The decrees of divorce were granted
a few months ago but on Saturday
the finishing touches were given by
the court In the restoration of the
women to their maiden names
Mary Heyinan was allowed an abso
lute divorce from Harry H Heyman
and allowed to resume her maiden
name Mary Schlllo Mrs Mary I
Lewis was allowed to resume her mai
den nnnfc Mary L Holbrook when
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ChiSdren
Ordinary Cathartics and Pills
and harsh Physic Cause
Distressing Complaints
You cannot bo over careful In the
selection of medicine for children
Only the very gentlest bowel medi
cine should be given except in em
ergency canes Ordinary pills ca
thartics and purgatives are apt to
do more harm than good They cause
griping nausea and other distressing
aftereffects that are frequently
healthdestroying and a lifelasting an
noyance
We personally recommend and
guarantee Rexall Orderlies as the saf
est and most dependablo remedy for
constipation and associate bowol dla
orders We have such absolute faith
In the virtues of this remedy that
we sell It on our guarantee of money
buck In every instance where It falls
to give entire satisfaction and wo
urge all In need of such medicine to
try it at our risk
Rexnll Orderlies contain an entirely
new ingredient which Is odorless
tnstpless and colorless As an active
agent It embraces the valuable qual
ities of the beat known Intestinal reg
ulator tonics
Rexall Orderlies arc eaten like can
dy They arc particularly prompt I
and agreeable In action may be tak
en at any time day or night do not
cause diarrhoea nausea griping ex
cessive looseness or othor undesir
able effects They have a very nat
ural action upon the glands and or
gans with which they come In con
tact act as a positive and regulative
tonic upon the relaxed muscular coat
of the bowel and its dry mucous lin
ing remove Irritation overcome weak
ness tone and strengthen tho nerves
and muscles and restore the bowels
and associate organs to more vigor
ous and healthy activity
Rexall Orderlies completely relieve
constipation except when of a sur
gical character They also tend lo
overcome tho necessity of constantly
taking laxatives to keep tho bowels in
normal condition
There Is really no medicine for this
purpose so good as Roxall Orderlies
especially for children aged and deli
cate persons They arc prepared In
tablet form in two sizes of package
12 tablets 10 cents and 36 tablets
2v cents Remember you can obtain
Rex ll Remedies in Ogden only at our
storeThe Rexall Store Tho T H
Carr Drug Co corner Grant and
Twentyfifth
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OF HIGHEST GRADES IN ALL SIZES NOW
I 25 per cent off
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THERES A REASON
Why the Smithsonian Business College the Old Reliable I
M B C has been so popular in Ogden for the past eighteen
years
Why Because its courses are so thorough that its grad
uates are always capable of holding good positions
A telegraphic department just added and positions
guaranteed its students by the Railways
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an absolute divorce was granted to
her from John Wayne Lewis
John H Thompson had the court
to make his decree of divorce absolute
from Nellie Thompson whom the
plaintiff says deserted him without
cause
ALL WELL ABOARD THE
UTAH SPECIAL TRAINS
All well aboard tho Purple special
and having the time of our lives was
the message flashed to A G Macken
zie acting exalted ruler of Salt Lake
lodge No S6 B P 0 E by Exalted
Ruler James W Collins Sunday morn
ing The message was sent from
Reno Xcv and gave assurance that
everybody aboard the big excursion
trains was In good health
Santa Barbara has arranged a big
clam bake for the Utah delegation
and some of Iho bolder ones may alto
a dip In the Pacific Monday afternoon
before leaving for Los Angeles The
tourists will make their headquarters
In Los Angeles at the Angelus ho
tel where an Information bureau Is
to be established for the benefit of the
Utah contingent and for the purpose
of attending to all correspondence
Tuesday will be a busy time for the
Utah Elks Ten beach resorts eight
cities twentyeight miles of surf and
some other things arc to bo visited
In observation cars It will be one
of the banner days of the trip A spec
ial fish dinner at the Playa del Ray
will be one of the features of the en
tertainment provided by the Los An
geles antlered herd for Tuesday
A ICOmlle ride over tho famous
KiteShaped Track of the Santa Fe
Is scheduled for Wednesday River
side and other southern California
cities will be visited
Tho excursionists do not expect to
leave Los Angeles before the latter
part of this week
SENATOR GORE BROKE
AND HAS TO BORROW
St Louis Feb 7Unlte States
Senator Gore of Oklahoma arrived In
St Louis last night in a state of great
financial embarrassment In fact he
tins compelled to borrow mono of a
stranger on the train to pay his faro
from Washington to St Louis
His predicament came about he ad
mitted to friends who heard his ap
peal for a loan 4u this city because
he boasts of two pair of pants One
he had on the other with his wallet
In the hip pocket occupies the post
of honor In the senators boudoir at
the capital
Summoned to Oklahoma by an urgent
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gent message Saturday night he
hastily donned tho trousers in which
he liken to appear before his consti
tuents and ran for the train
When tho conductor camo along ho
found no wallet and but for a kindly
stranger the senator would have been
compelled to walk
Former Governor Francis and other
Democrats camo to his rescue when
he arrived here and he was able to I
continue his Journey later In the
evening
BURSTINGOF SOAP TANK
STOPS SEWER MAINS
Orange N J Feb 7The bur t
Ing of a tank of hot soap In process
of manufacture has given the sewer
department here the biggest job of
sewer cleaning It has ever had Sev
eral tons of tho sticky mass got into
the pipes and congealed there stop
ping the mains completely
For a mile along the sewer men
are working at each manhole day and
night trying to pierce tho mass The
soap is as hard as If It had been dried
for weeks and It looks as If there
was a long Job ahead for the sower
department
CUBS STAR PITCHER
MAY NOT PLAY
Chicago Feb 7 Mordccal Brown
the threefingered Cub pitcher has
become a real holdout according to a
dispatch from Torre Haute last night
According to the story he has been
unable to como to terms with Pres
ident Murphy of tho Cubs and will
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Winter Fabrics
That are about this time of the year
beginning to show signs of the sea
sons wear becoming stained spot
ted etccan be DRY CLEANED by
us so that they will look almost as
good as they did when new
Prompt attention lo the garments
will save them for another winters
satisfactory wear Send them to us
to be DRY CLEANED NOW
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DRY CLEANERS
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not wait for the appearance of Man
ager Chance
Brown according to the reports
has two grievances Ono could be set
tled by a substantial raise In salary
and the other could bo satisfied It
the clause forbidding barnstorming
at the close of the season were cut
out of the contract
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Bon Ston Feb 7Five hundred
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clerks employed In the general offices
in Boston of the Boston Maine
railroad received notice of a ten per
cent raise in wages today
A box llke utensil with crossed
knifeblades on the top is a new im
plement wit vic a potato may be cnC
Into tips by a single pressure of the
hand i
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Found On the
Right Side
That is why so many cau
tious and discriminating
buyers are our customers
They know that our goods
are the best obtainable
and that the prices are
better
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