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J 0 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDENUTAH TUESDAY HARSH 20 ivio t f
r urkisBC iili
RhernLi
Rheu t S
Costs But 2c a Bath and the Body
is Rid of Uric Acid Poison With
Astonishing Rapidity
Quickly Cures Kidney Trouble Nerv
ous Prostration and Alt Skin
DI6eaite5
The Robinson Thermal or Turkish
bath taken at home in becoming n
rage Those who have used the bath
j have been completely carried away
with enthusiasm becjmso of the as
tonishing rcRulln obtained
Wellknown physicians Fay that the
Robinson Thermal Bath at home is
I
abont to become an almost universal
conqueror of disease This Is not all
exaggeration Any man or woman can
prove Its results Inside of 24 hours I
lii some cases 30 mInutes
In cases of rheumatism especially
the uric acid poison is extracted from I
ho system through tho pores almost
aa liquids arc sucked up through a
Htraw Drugs merely smother the
poison or case tho pain They do
not extract tho poison from the body
Anyone can now tako Robinson
Thermalbaths at homo and at a cost
of only about 2c a bath The only way
to tako these baths is by the uso of
the Robinson Thermal Bath Cabinet
which is a unique and marvelous In
Tcntlon
The Robinson Thermal Bath Cabin
ets can now be seen and examined
In Ogden at Wm Driver Son Drug
CoAsk
Ask the dealer also for a copy of
that great book Philosophy of
Health and Beauty The regular
price is 5200 but you can get one
freo now for only a limited time
If you cannot go yourself Just send
your name and address to tho Robin
son Manufacturing Company Suite 38
Snowflake Bldg Toledo Ohio for
full Illustrated JnformaUonfree
PREMIUM LIST
FOR BIG MEETiNG
ail
J i Spokane Wash March 2SThrce
I thousand live hundred dollars In cash
i premiums and trophies including tho
I Washington and Inlaud Emplro cups
j I will be awarded to displays open to
1 1 the world at tho International ex
t I position October 3 to S In connection
ti I with the Dry Farming congress In
Spokane October 3 to 6 Exhibitors
may also compete for 3r 00 In caSh
premiums offered by the Spokane In
i terstate fair October 3 to S by bring
ing double entries The purpose is
I to make this the most Important agri
cultural show of the year
J The preliminary list announced by
Professor W H Olin of Colorado su
perintendent of premiums and awards
includes 13 awards for threshed grain
41 for sheaf grains and grasses 35
for vegetables and roots and 07 for
apples apricots plums prunes
peaches nectarines quinces and
r grapes Thoro aro also awards for the
i i best collective exhibits by state and
I province Washington barred best
r t county display Spokane county barr
ed general exhibit of agricultural
I I products by any commercial club or
tc t j other association
4 t Tho competitions In general ex
I lilbltH open to tho world are for
tt j I Individual displays of grains forage
j and roots sheaf grain grasses and
1 I cuItlvMod forago crops threshed
1 gralu wheat oats barley corn al
I 1ltI falfa flax tomatoes broom corn non
I
j J I saccharine sorghums potatoes vege
1 i tables sugar beets farm products
t4 grown on sod In 1910 and products
grown by woman homesteaders nnd
tho son of a homesteader
In tho special contests open to tho
world are premiums for tho best dis
play of dry farmed products from any
dpnioiistrallon farm maintained by
state appropriation products from I
United States experimental station
first years crop from mod by home
steader products rained by boy not
nwro than 17 years of age and ex
hibit of monthly business reports of
farm opera lon by individual farm
ers
DRAMATIC CLUB TO
GIVE PLAYLET TONIGHT
Under the direction of Miss Ivy
Clcghnm the dramatic club of the
Weber Academy tonight will present
the three act drama Title In the I
Filth Ward Amusement ball AUhougn
this will bo the flint tlmtj the pro
duction has appeared in tills city a
largo attendance drawn by tho fa
Arabic reports received from Slater
vlllc and other towns In the country
where tho play has been staged dur
ingthe last month is expected
Fallowing arc the names of the
players Frank K Shurtllff Ernest
McKay Clarence MxCune Irwin Nel
I son Edyth Barlow Leila Taylor nnd
Irco Handlcy All money realized by
tho dramatic club In Its various pro
ductions fi uecd for the furtherance
of dramatic ability among the stud
onts of the Weber Academy and so
far great success has resulted from
Its efforts
I READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY I
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WOLGAST DECIDES
ON A lONG REST
By Ad Wolgast
St Louis March 29Thcrc har
been a lot Raid as to whom 1 Kill fight
next since 1 put Nelson out of the
running as lightweight champion r
hixvo been quoted as paying Owen Mo
ran would have the first chance and
In n halMorcn other ways but hero IB
the dope I dont know positively who
it will b
It may be Nelson as we two wpnld
draw a bigger house than any other
combination When tho time to fight
comes which will not bb until Sop
trmbor It the promoters ECO more
money in hooking mo up against somp
othor lightweight neither Jones my
manager nor mywlf will overlook tho
extra dollars
I
r think I have rirncd n rest and I
am colng to take It During the last
year I fought 24 battles and when you
consider the training nnd everything
that goes with thin much work a
rest Is certainly coming My theat
rical contract calls for nix weeks more
after I closo hero in St Louis I will
be glad when it ends This theatrical
game docs not appeal to me in the
lentil I would feel fine only the stay
ing up Into every nlghUat the theater
gives me that tired feeling
When my contract ends Mr Jones
and I will go at once to my farm near
Cadillac Mich We may make a little
I barnstorming a oncnlght stand trip
through Michigan but doubt It I
will Just loaf around until the middle
of June nnd then will start for the
coast to witness the JeffriesJohnson
fight By September I will bi ready
to listen to fight talk If tho public
wants mo to meet Nelson first Ill
meet him
FAVORITES MEET
WITH SUCCESS
Oakland March 2S Favorites fared
well at Emeryville today and the col
ors of H GO Bedwcll were again In
evidence Ed Ball and Marse Abe win
ning for him Fine weather prevailed
but the track was muddy
First race four furlongs Ilitla 9
lo 2 won Zlata Brana 12 to 1 sec
ond Abigail K 10 to 1 third Time
50 35
Second race futurity course selling
Belle Kinney 9 to 2 won Waner
S to 5 second Balnade S to 1 third
Time 113
Third race six furlongs purse Prc
juclo 1 to 5 won Enfold 5 to 1
second Raleigh 5 to 1 third Time
14S 15
Fifth race futurity course Marsc
Abe 1 to E won Old Settler 20 to
1 second Philip Stina ID to I third
Time 113
Sixth race six furlongs selling
Banorclla G to 1 won Miss Picnic
13 to 10 second Darlngton 9 to 5
third Time 1 1C
MONCRIEF TALENT
GETS AN UPSET
Jacksonville Fin March 2STho
fourth race of todayK card at Mon
crief was productive of an upsot for
the talent Ozana winning at 5 to 1
During the running of the first race
Mario Hyde and Coquetta were jam
med and stumbled while running down
tho stretch Both boys were thrown
heavily Donnlson on Coquetta was
seriously hurt and Adams slightly
Summary
First race six furlongs Polma
won Amyl second Elmeta Hamilton
third Time 111 15
Second race four furlongs Hawk
llhe won Bodega second Del Friar
third Time 50
Third race five and onehalf fur
longs Carroll won Judge Cabaniss
second Strike Out third Time
107 15
Fourth race mile Ozana won Sa
ger second Spellbound third Time
139
139Fifth
Fifth race seven furlongs Dolly
Dultman won Tolson DOr second
Fond Heart third Time 126 25
Sixth race mile and a sixteenth
UescomneUs won Rof > cboro second
Bonnie Bard third Time 117
YALE BEATS CORNELL
CORNELLIE
IN BASt BAll GAME
Washington March SYnle won i
from Cornell C to 4 In the first game
of the season today Score I
R II E
Yale 6 S 2
Cornell 4 9 4
Brismack Tommora and Badger
Abbott Goodwlllie and WIlllauiB
CANADIAN CAPTURES
TITLE WITH PISTOL
Plnohurct N C March SThe re
sult of the annual state championship
pistol shoot of the United States re
volver association was announced to
day P W Forstcr of Montreal win
ning with tho score of 307 and T C
Hopkins of New York second with
389 Mr Hopkins won the club cham
pionship with the score of 274 Mr
Foroter second with 370
YUMA SHUT OUT
Yuma Ariz March 28Tbe White
Sox No 1 shut out tbo Tuma team
Only One BROMO QUININE thAt Is
Laxative Bromo Quinine 4 box on I
I Cures a Cold b One Day Grip In 2 Days > > vt 3Sc
4 d o 1 1j c
bUt b r 0 Inlh
from theL
fromtheE1fDEFEAh
NEVADA UNIVERSITY
Reno Nov March 8The White
Sox team had no trouble In beating
tho Unlrorslty of Nevadas plckvd
nino thJr afternoon at Mackay field
by the score of 15 to 3 although neith
er sldo scored In tho last three inn
ings Scoro R n B
Nevada 3 G C
White Sox 15 21 5
Rossi and Fletcher Schnurlor and
Ryan
CATCHER JOHNNY KLINO
WILL BE REINSTATED
Excelsior Springs Mq March 2S
Catcher Johnny G KHnj formerly a
member of the Chicago National lea
guo baseball club will be penalized
but reinstated In organized baseball
some tlmo next week but It will not
be with tho consent of Ban Johnson
president of the American league
Tho report of the findings In the
Rung case will bo signed by Garry
Hermann chairman of the National
ibasoball commission and Thomas J
Lynch president of tho National lea
puo who with Johnson compose the
commission For the good of organ
ized baseball President Johnson will
not submit a minority report but nev
ertheless ho has decided opinions re
garding Wings desertion of tho game
last year However he says Lynch
Is a new man In office and If he has
mado a mistake in thIs case which
Johnson believes he ban It would on
ly harm the National pastime for hln
to discuss tho National league presi
dents alleged error
President Johnson who Is taking
tho baths here requested today that
his name Ivj removed from the report
of the commission on Rung case
At no tlmo since the Kling case
came to our attention ho said have
I been able to agree with the othor
members of the commission I hold
out all along for Inflicting a more
severe penalty than they were will
ing to endorse We had several meet
Ings and soon It became apparent that i
I would never see the evidence In the
same light aa they
Finally tho other members of the
commission wore ablo to reach an
agreement on what they considered a
Just penalty Their idea did not coin
cide with mine But I informed them
they must return a majority report
and I would remain silent I learned
today my name had been affixed to
tho official report of the proceedings
of investigation nnd I Immediate
ly took steps to prevent the publica
tion of the report In this manner I
am willing to joT the case pass with
out submitting a minority report but
I could riot stand Idly by and permit
the use of my name In such a man
nor as to make It appear that I was
satisfied with tho penalty assessed
President Johnson firmly refused to
give his opinion regarding the truth
of tIme statement made by Charles W
Mtirphy that he had written KilnS a
letter granting him n leave of absence
of one year Neither would he say
what was the decision of the commis
sion or how ho would have penalized
Kllng had he won his fight In tho
hoaflmr
Tho official report of the other
members of tho commission will deal
with these matters he said
It Is not right that I should dis
cuss their findings
PILES CURED IN 6 to 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT IB guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching blind bleed
ing or protruding piles In G to 14
days or money refundcd SOc
IMPROVEMENTS
fOR GAR liNE
Superintendent Joseph W Bailey
of the Ogden Rapid transit company
who for more than a week has been
In the East for the purpose or pur
chasing new supplies and equipment
for the transit company returned yesterday
erday afternoon Although he would
not make a definite statement at to tho
extent or nature of his purchases on
us trip cast ho admitted that sup
idles of different kinds were purcna
cd at St Louis and othor points and
that the material for which ho had
contracted when added to that already
ready In use by tho transit company
would materially lu prove the service
on all lines In this city
At St Louis whore Mr Bailey spent
some time and from which city he
camo west yesterday Is located the
plant of the St Louis Car Co one of
ho largest producers or street cars
and equipment In tho United States
and it Is thought that the primary pur
pose of Mr Baileys visit to that city
was contract for now curs for use
on tho transit companys lines In this
city
SODA WATER IS
LATEST SUSPECT
While definite Information cannot
yet be obtained it Is believed that a
number of local soda water dealers
will be the defendants In suits insti
tuted by the state chemist and pure
food and dairy department In the near
future Some tlmo ago Willard Han
son state food and dairy Inspector
and State Chemist Herman Harms
accompanIed by a deputy inspector
were in this city as witnesses for the
state In Its case against a local milk
dealer accused of soiling adulterated
and Impuro milk and while here they
secured samples of soda water but
tor and other commodities Olhor
matters requiring Immediate aLien
Ion coming up tho inspection of the
soda water Samples was somewhat de
layed but wqrd from Salt Lake re
ceived yesterday Indicated that all is
not well with thu samples taken and
that a number of suits are expected
In tho next few days
Among thoso named as probable de
fendants In Milts are the Western
Bottling works of this city it being
alleged that samples taken from this
firm wore found to contain artificial
coloring which was not so marked
on the labels while In the samples
taken from G Brown and the Stand
ard Bottling works It Is sold have
vtnnand
to stamp
Lt on In ev
publlc IB
1 depart
entttfl j rh I ure BCCU
tmtibs wilt t aiilit J4ltiJIlld parties
bt found guilty ot adulterating food
stuffs
Church Names
New Officers
At the annoat dinner and election
of the olllccra of the Episcopal
Church of tho Good Shepherd hold
last night in the Parish house an un i
usually largo attendance was present
A great deal of enthusiasm was shown
on nil aides at the opening of he af I
fair and after all bad been served the
congregation held a conference for
tho purpose of electing officers for
the current year
Reports for thelast year wore read
and show that the church is not only
In a flourishing and successful condi
tion but also Indicate good things In
store for the future Following are
tho names pf the new officers Senior
Warden II C Tavey Junior Warden
P II Matron Vestrymen J S Lewis
Dr B 11 Smith and J H Knaus
SCRANTON CLAIMS
TO BE INCORPORATED
Salt Lake March 28Tho South
Scranton group of claims which for
several years his been owned by C
C Parker and Ous Doetseh both of
this city and which arc located to
the south and adjoining the Scranton
mine In North Tlntlc are to form
tho basis ifor ibc South Scranton
Mining company according to the Re
porter This new company will file
Its articles of incorporation within the
next few clays and it Is quite prob
able that development work will start
upon the ground In the near future
Tho company will be capitalized for
100000 divided into shares of the par
value of 10 cents and the first set
of officers are as follows J H
Gardner of Lobi president C C
Parker of Eureka vice president J
M Howell of Salt Lake secretary anti
treasurer and Gus Doetsch A C
Ncbokcr and Frank K Nebeker ad
ditional directors Five hundred thou
sand shares out of the 1000000 shares
will be placed In the treasury and
used for development purposes
Gus Doetsch who was In from
North Tlntlc this week says that
about 350 foot of tunnel work has al
ready been done upon the ground and
that there Is a nice showing of zinc
ore There Is no reason why the
ground should not become as valuable
no that of the Scranton company with
a small amount of work
CRYINQ FOR H E P
Lots of It In OgdcnBuL Dally Grow
ing Less
Tho kidneys cry for help
Not an organ In the whole body so
delicately constructed
Not one so Important to health
Tho kidneys are the filters uf the
blood I r
Whim thMr ffllrthrhlrind become
foul and poisonous
There can bo no health where
thcro Is poisonous blood
Backache is one of the first indi
cations of kidney trouble
It Is kidneys cry for help Heed
itDeans
Deans Kidney Pills arc what Is
wanted
Arc Just what overworked kidneys
T
need
Thoy strengthen and Invigorate tho
kidneys help them to do their work
never falls to euro any caao of kidney
disease
dlscRend
Read tho proof from an Ogden
citizen =
Mrs Rebecca Hartley 12SOC Adams
Ave Ogden Utah says The pub
lic statement my husband gave In
1906 recommending Dpans Kidney
Pills was correct In every particular
I used this remedy and It did mo a
world of good I have since recom
mened Doans Kidney Pills to many
people You are at liberty to con
tinue tho publication of our former
statement
For bale by all dealers Price 60
cents FoslerMIlbum Co Buffalo
Now York solo agents for the United
States
Remember the name Deans and
take no other
HOGS AND VEALS
We are paying for fat bogs aa fol
lows
Hogs from 200 lbs and up per
100 Ibc or 950
Hog from 160 to 200 Ibs per
100 Ibs 925
hogs from 125 to 1GO Ibs per
100 lbs 875
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iu nlH l IIUtO uaJ
Anybody who prefers dressed
weight on hogs may bring them In on
Tuesdays or Fridays between 730
and 10 a m We will then slaughter
them while you wait and pay 1250
per 100 lbs dressed At wither of
these days you may choose whether
you want tho livo weight price or
12 CO dressed
We pay for fat vests from 70 to 125
Ibs drccced weight 11 12 cents per Ib
and receive them dally You may
bring them In either live or dressed
Access to our plant Is now con
venient since tho construction of the
viaduct
OGDEN PACKING PROVISION CO
Citizens of Ogden
Boost for your city by using OG
DEN MADE FLOURIt costs you no
more and every sack you use Is a
boost for your town
In that way rou mako a Chicago
of Ogden Ogden Milling Ele
vator Co
CoCONFERENCE
Your choice or Twelve trains dally
via Oregon Short Line to Salt Lake
City Tickets on sale April 1st to CthJ
Good to return April 12th Special
train leaving Ogden 830 ara April
3rd 1th 6th and 6th Rate fl10
Two Japanese engaged In an offort
to secure the plans of tho fortification
at Corregldor Cavltc P I hao been
arrested by the military authorities
and arc being hold subject to instruc
tions from the secretary of war Ja
cob M Dickinson
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Anty Drudge Suggests an Essay
Fair Graduate My commencement essay is on The fnV 1
disputable Superiority of Mind over Matter
Anltj Drudge Why not make your essay about practical
timings How FclsNaptha Has Lightened Womaiis
Work After you are married and have n houSo
of your own you will find that FolsNapthayhaa done
more to take the sting out of housework than aiil
thing over invented f i
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The three great forward steps ir
womans housework are
The modern range in place o7 the
old fireplace and kettle 1
The sewing machine in place v of
laborious handsewing
FelsNaptha soap which makes it
easy to wash clothes in cool or lukewarm
water without boiling or hard rl1hhirin
Of these three FelsNaptha saves the 6
woman more backbreaking labor more
time more money and does more to
make life pleasanter than either of the
others
At the very first you can see how it
saves time and labor but perhaps youll
wonder how FelsNaptha saves money
In two ways First it saves the cost of
oal or gas to heat water and boil the
clothes
Then the clothes last longer when
washed with FelsNaptha in cool or luke
warm water
Their fibre isnt weakened by boilr
ing nor strained by hard rubbing
You cant realize just what a help
FelsNaptha is until youve tried it in <
your own washing
Why not begin next washday
FelsNaptha easy way of washing in
place of the tiresome tedious backbreak
ing method
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red and green wrapper winter or summer I
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READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY READ THE
e CLASS ADS TODAY
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BREEDERS
TAKE NOTICE
I will offer tIll following talllons
for public service at the Fair grounds
season 1910
KNOTT McKINNEY 44833 j
By McKlnrioy 2rtl the eiro 0fu27 3
I with records better than 210 Tjfe
greatest slro the world has crr
known Uo sold for JGOOOO at 17
years of ago Fco 3000
MONTEREY 31706
Record 209 11 trotting He ha
fihown you If you nro from Missouri
lie has as much speed as any hone
living or dead Fee 25 00
ADMIRAL EVANS P899
Record 217 11 Ith heat Tho
fastest and gamest 3yearold pacer
on tho north Pacific coast last year
A 205 pacer sure No hobbies
Feo 2000
Terms cash or bankable note A
few good driving and family home
for Bale C B JOHNSON I
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WILL BE HERE l
almost before you know it
and you wish of course to
present as good an appear
alice as possible on that
time If you will send us
your LAUNDRY and DRY
CLEANING we will assist
you to secure he desired
results
No better work anywhere
Ogden Steam
Laundry
LAUNDERERS AND
DRY CLEANERS
Phones 174 437 25th Street
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YOUR SEEDS
It Isnt that wo can do as well f ° r
wo can do better In quality and prl
and give you fresher seed
Wo can cell you package seeds b1
wo prefer to soil you bulk seed
They are always fresher
GROUTS SEED STORE
352 Twentyfourth St
READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY

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