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Babyfl coming win be a time of roJoicing and not of np 11
prohcnclon anti fear if Mothers Friend is used by tho expec
i tant Inothor in preparation of tho event This Is not a medi ail
i cine tobo taken Internally but a liniment to bo applied to the
body to assist nature in Iho necessary physical chances of tho system Moth
I ers Friend is composed of oils and medicines which prepare tho muscles and
tendons for the unusual strain render tho ligaments supplo and clastic aids In
I + tho expanding of tho skin and flesh fibres and strengthens all tho membranes
and tissues It lessens tho pain and danger at tho crisis and assures future
i health to the mother Mothers Friend Is sold at drug stores Write for our
I free book containing valuable Information for expectant Mothers
I i JJtrVR
First Church or Christ Scientist
JloldR service at 11 a in In the new
1 Masonic Temple Washington avenue
between Twentyfifth and Twenty I
sixth stroots Subject Adam anti
Fallen Man Sunday school at 943 I
< n m Wednesday evening I
meetings are held lit S p m The
Jpublic Is cordially Invited to attend I
these services Freo reading rooms
arc open daily except Sundays aud
i from 2 to 5 p m In First
National Bank building rooms 61 L
and 512
German Evangelical St PaulsAt
I Swedish Lutheran church on Twenty I
i third and Jefferson avenue Sunday
I morning service at 31 oclock Every
1 one cordially welcomed Sabbath
school at 9 oclock every Sunday P
i Ph Tester pastor Phone No 3801 I
First Baptist Church 1Jcated on
I Giant avenue near 24th street Rev I
11 D Zimmerman pastor Services I
on Sunday May Sth will be as fol
lows Sunday school will meet at ten
oclock Classes for nil Divine wor
ship at 1115 A special program w1l1
he given in honor of Mothers Day
Subject of address will bo A Tribute
to Our Mothers Morning music will
be as follows I
Voluntary Rena Downs planlnt I
Quartet My Mothers Prayer
Messrs Noggle unlock Preshaw I
and Overlon
DuetFriends of Long Ago
Mesilames T D Johnson and J A
Tenor solo The Orphans Prayer
J W Ramey
1 SolosTell Mother Ill Be There
and Tho Old Fireside
Mrs II D Zimmerman
The G A R have been Invited to at
tend this Mothers meeting and will
i occupy seats in a body Do not for
get the white carnation The young
1 ptople will meet at 7 oclock Topic
The Christian Graces W B line
I dock will lead Special temperance
service at S oclock The W C T
1 U and the Good Templars have been
Invited to this service Subject of
address Tho Dead Sea of Civillza
i lion Special temperance hymns will
be sung such as Where Is My Wan
i dering Boy Tonight Dare to Bo a
Daniel which are solos and chor
uses Prayer service Thursday even
ing at S oclock The Reach of a
Wonderful Prayer Scripture refer
ence Eph 11121 Mission Circle
Wednesday May 1 lib at 230 at the
homo of Mrs Edgar Bates No 2117
Harrison avenue
First Congregational Church Cor
nor 25th street and Adams Ave No
v morning service Sunday school at
3215 Young Peoples Society at 7
p m Rev Elmer Goshen of Salt Lako
City will speak at s oclock in the
First Methodist Episcopal Church
1B2 Twentyfifth street Rev G W
IMcCreory pastor 915 a in Sunday
school Mr B 13 Newton Sept Claaa
os arranged for all ages and the besi
methods am ployed A cordial wel
come 1100 a m Morning worship
Mothers Day special sermon by thJ
pastor Topic Mother The Mod
ern Woodmen of America will attend
And Thus Cured a Scalp Disease
Like Scald Head It had Lasted
Several Months and Made Most
of the Sufferers Hair Fall Out
When I tras ton or twelve veara old
I had a ccaln disease eomctuins like
rxald bead tough it wasnt that I
alTered for several months and most of
ray hair camo out Finally they had a
doctor to ceo mo and ho recommended
tho Cuticura Romixlics They cured mo
in a fow wcchs I halo used tho Cuticura
Jtemedics alofor a breaking out on
my hands and was benefited a great
deal I havent had any moro troublo
With tho scalp dkcocs Mlw Jiaaio F
Buchanan rt F D 3 Hamilton Ga
Jan 7 1009
Should Know Only Cuticura Soap
Pure Sweet Economical
Bocauso of its delicate emollient
sanative antUoptlc properties derived
from Culioura Oint
t ment umtod with tho
II purest of clcnuaing
inurtdienLfi and moat
refreshing of flower
pdora Cuticura Soap
ia unrivaled for pre
jaorvlng purifying
and beautifying tho
skin scat i hair and
bands of infants and
children In too pro
S i vontivo and curative
treatment of tortur
i ng dJaSgimncociemas nube itchings
irritaaonis imam matioaq and choflnM
from infancy to age for the sanative
tntlsopUo cleansing of ulcerated in
lluntd muco a mnoltS and for many
other uc 7hlch readily suggest thom
cclTeS to Borneo rp ally mothers
tautcura cuccocdi when all cJte fails
Guaranteed abolutf ly pure and may b < j
mod from the hour ct birth
Cooptate ittrW atC ratsast tttttmtnt tar
Evr7 UMmorudleknI Ciurreu mud Mon + rot
rtfietyof Cuttem ctr to atsriv the SYtn
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I a Ur01J t A Poet Urtt Ceem
Irp qb Peas umhurno Metoa IJas
o ttYutied 1M CJaI e CUutit tlfgt tom
I pt1A Ocsatto Uw Cu cu tllJa A1Ik lp
in a bortj anti delegations from the
Womens clubs will also bo present
Thy following special music will bo
Prelude Under Drooping Flag
Miss Jessie Welch
Anthem My Mother Is Praying For
Chorus choir
Offertory Melody in F
Miss Welch
Baritone solo Now I Lay Mo Down
To Sleep
Mr Lon E Lyman
Postludc Fraternal March
Miss Welch
Noon class meeting Mr James
Drysdalo leader 700 p m Epworlh
Lengue led by Mr D A Johnston
Topic A Spiritual Birthday Anni
versary A welcome to all SOO p
m Gospel service sermon by tie
pastor topic The Fnll being the
second Sermon in the series on Gene
sis Special music
Prelude Nocturne
Miss Welch
Anthem Rock of Ages
Chorus choir
Offertory Andante
Miss Welch
Duct Hark Hark My Soul
Misses May and Jessamine Denmark
Postlude Postlude
Miss Welch
First Presbyterian ChurchJohn
Edward Carver pastor Morning wor
ship at 100 Theme The Story
Which the Census Man Tells Sun
day school at J245 Endeavor at
700 Evening worship at S00 theme
The Enconiums of Praise and the
Heritage of Burdens Which the World
Continually Bestows Upon Mother
hood Morning music
Prelude Consolation Mendelssohn
Mrs C H Stevens
Solo Face to Face Williams
Miss Bartlett
Postlude Pilgrims Chorus Wagner
Mrs C H Stevens
Evening music
Prelude Reverie Lose
Mrs Stevens
Solo These Are Those Which
Come From Holy City
Miss Wilcox
Offertory Fifth Nocturn w Seybach
Mrs Stevens
Solo Abide With MeHoffman
Mrs Ashworth
Tenor solo Lead Us Oh Shep
herd Philips
o Mr Saunders
At the Central Park Presbyterian
church Mother s Day will lie observed
at the 11 a m service Sunday school
at 1220 Christian Endeavor 715
Subject Christs Vorllies Oscar
Goodale will lead Evening preach in
at S oclock Subject God Is a Spirit
You arc invited S C C Hickman
I Church of the Good Shepherd
Twentyfourth street and Grant ave
nue Sunday after Ascension Day
Holy communion 730 a m morn
Ing prayer nnd sermon 11 a m even
Ing prayer and sermon S p m Tho
Right Rev Franklin S Spalding will
officiate at these services There
will be special music and all friends
of till parish arc cordially invited
Wm W Fleetwood rector
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On Tuesday night May 17th will oc
cur a large class adoption of about 35
now members The entertainment
committee has prepared a line pro
gram and refreshments will he serv
ed The booster committee has work
ed hard for these now members and
all the Neighbors of our Camp should
bo on hand the night of this adopt
ion to ahow their appreciation for
the work done
Xoighbor Charles Maxwell who Is
being cared for by our local Camp at
the Ogden General hospital is report
ed In a cry serious condition and
grave doubts nrn entertained as to his
Neighbor A W Rankin who has re
cently undergone an operation at the
hospital Is reported as progressing
nicely and Is now at his homo 2S71
Grant avenue where ho would be
pleased to have any of the members
call and see him
Chief Forrester Co pock Is pot
ting the loam Into excellent shape anA
the sixteen members in their neat un
Harms make a flue appearance The
chief forrcBter is drilling the team
i in the new ritualistic work and the
I way the work IB being put on would
i be a credit to any team
j On next Sunday May 8th the local
i lodge will attend Mothers Day ser
1 vicos at the Methodist church in a
body at 11 a m Our head consul
has requested all members to join in
I this great movement for the honoring
of our mothers
Endorsed by the Church
I Rev T DeWitt Talmages greatest
i and most widely read sermon touch
od on a question vitally affecting the
homo and family His eloquent voice
was raised In advocacy of protection
I for the home He preached what the
Modern Woodmen of America has ex
emplified in Its relation to tho Ameri
I can public for mor than twentyfive
yearsthe duty a man owes to those
dependent upon him to carry reliable
life protection such as the Modern
Woodmen of America furnishes at
cost To quote from the Scriptures
the Apostle Paul says lie that provides
vides not for his own and especially
those ot his own household is worse
than an infidol
YUIIum Jennings Bryan IK a ruc > m
bpI of this order and he has said
I am proud of my membership In
this great fraternity the greatest fra
ternity of its age In all tho world and
In all history
Chicago May 7 Six hundred Beats
for the JeffriesJohnson fight at Em
eryville Cal July 4th have len received
ceived bore The range in price
from C50 down to 20 each
0 y
Professor F D Koelcr Says There Is
Not the Slightest Cause for
Salt Lake May iIn the course
of a lecture on Hallo a comet deliv
ered at the University club Prof
Fred D Keelor principal of tho Vob
ster school declared that peoplo need
not be alarmed about lie near ap
proach of the colestla visitor for even
If the como struck the earth head
on no serious results would occur
A slower of meteors would he the
only evidence of the collision
Professor Keeler made an extend
ed comparison of the orbits and plan
ets with those of the comets showing
the almost circular form of the plane
tary orbit and the extremely elliptical
form of the cometary orbit
The lecturer declared that the
comet baa a slight mass compared to
that of the planet though the comet
is much larger In size The density
of the comet Is said to be about that
of the atmosphere of the earth
Captive of Neptune
Almost all of our comets are call
ed captured comets said Professor
Keelcr Comets that wandered with
In the attractive power of the solar
system have had their orbits deflect
ed with the result that thy have be
come permanent members of the sol
ar system This Is tho case with
Halleys comet which has been cap
tured and hold prisoner by the attrac
tive force of the planet Neptune
Professor Keeler discussed the rela
tionship between comets and meteoric
swarms He said that meteoric
swarms are merely disintegrated corn
Considerable historical significance
has been attached to Halleys com
et said Professor Keelcr In anc I
ient times It appeared to come when
great historical events were happen
In Retrograde Motion
The lecturer declared that the orbit
of Halleys comet was a great excep
tion to tho ordinary cometary orbits
and also to the planetary orbits in
that the comet goes around the sun
hi a retrograde movement that Is
directly opposite to the motion of the
Even if there should be a collision
of the earth with the comet li could
not In any possibility be of a fiorious
nature because of the mass of the
comet being so small compared to
that of the earth he declared The
comet mass is less than that of our
own atmosphere I
By means of a diagram on a black
board the lecturer showed the large
audience present at what points in the
heavens the comet could bo seen at
various dates
MI Pleasant Utah llny 7 Tie
dreadful disease among sheep called
the big head Is again making Its ap
pearance In the flocks around Red
mund James Manson and Andrew
Swenson were the las llo be notified
1dne Scipio and Salina that
by pHone from Sclpio
the plague was making havoc among
tholr sheep herdst that are now com
ing In from the desert The govern
ment Is said to havea special veterin
ary surgeon to ascertain the cause
ofhat disease and nreiicxlbe L fIJI
edy and It Is suggested that he inlgu
pay tho Rodmund shoifring corrals
a visit where ample specimens will
eb furnlHlied him from which he can
study the dii ease In its worst form
SALT LAKE May GA moving pic
ture deal was closed yesterday by
which Max Florence and Joseph Fal
setto purchased outright the Ellis
Theater company which owns three
motion picture theaters the Joie at
Brigham City the Orcpboum at Park
City and the Luna at Springvllle Af
ter the deal was closed Mrs Florence
dispatched a representative to let con
tracts for painting and remodeling
all three houses Tho lighting In each
will he changed and arcs will be 1t
stalled In the lobbies These theaters
will be renamed all being called The
Florence and each designated by num
ber They will be under the general
management of Max Florence Other
deals are pending which when con
Miniated will give Mr Florence more
theaters At the same time he Intends
to file papers with the secretary of
elate changing the name from tho
Ellie Theater company to The Florence
Theater company
Second Section Nevada Copper Belt
Road Being Rushed by Co
Salt Lake May 7On his return
yesterday from the Mason district
W C Orem managing director of the
Nevada Douglas Copper company
stated that orders had been placed
for twentyslx more miles of track
and the management of the Nevada
Copper Dolt Railroad company expects
tho second section of road to be com
plete by the middle of July This
will give this company in tho neigh
borhood of thirty miles of track In
and about the mines of the Mason or
Yerington country
Work is now being rushed on the
track connecting Vabuskn which Is
on the Southern Pacific lines with
the Mason Valley and Nevada Doug
las will be laid as fast as the work
cnn bo done The most difficult tunic
confronting the railroad men was the
grade through the Wilson canyon and
this now is completed The railroad
company bag placed orders for new
cars and other rolling stock so as to
be in shape by the time the road Is
open throughout
The connecting of the minos with
rails is the mostpressing task now
before the Nevada Douglas and Mas
on Valley companies for the mines
are Just about In condition to start
producing the tonnage demanded by
tho smelting contracts already nego
tiated Mr Orem says it will not
be long until his company finishes
the Installation of the new machinery
over the Incline which will obviate
the necessity of wording through the
vertical shaft of the Ludwlg group
now down to the 100foot level The
Incline extends to the deepest levels
from the surface now
Railroad day at Mason says Mr
Orem Is going to be banner day
for western Nevada Nearly all of
Reno is going to descend upon the
camp for It i < j the first goodoppor
tunity ever presented the public at
large for getting personally acquaint
ed with the copper resources of the
camp There will bu many Salt Ink
ers leave on Friday for the camp
During the next two weeks Ogden
is to he well supplied with stock
companies The Lorch company
comes to the Ogdnn Theater Sun
day night and the Bungalow com
pany comes to the Orphoum on tho
same night The former will pro
duce as its opening bill St Elmo
while at the Orphoum Arizona will
hold the boards both companies
come from successful engagements
In Sail Lake City where they were
wollrucclved by the press and pub
The engagement of the Lorch com
pany is for two weeks while that of
the Bungalow company will be for the
entire summer season The laat nam
ed company will be headed by Blanche
Douglas and the Bungalow company
which has been greatly strengthened
for the Ogden engagement The at
tractions to be offered arc those pop
ular successes which have enjoyed
bong runs in the eastern theaters
The Lyceum theater will run
through the summer months offering
the best vaudeville acts that can be
secured on the circuit
The moving picture houses the Or
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Here are She high flyers
Suite for young men that will overtop
anything weve seen in former seasons
Not in eccentric cut not in freakishness but
in gentlemanly style and becomingness
And the variety in cloths colors mixtures
patterns and cuts gives every man even
you a chance to look his best
5115 to 520 and 525 to 35
Modern Clothes I
Wash Ave 1
Come on 13 iPt
In SHOP At 2365
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Business Property on Washington Avenue
I Muse be Sold at Once I
350 24th Street CARL C I t
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chOHon calling from the ground up
Much amusement was aroused at
the time from the fact that he went
into the shops of his fathers worst
competitor F H Harriman Sluyves
ant Jr went Into the traffic depart
ment of the Illinois Central and from
there was transferred to the Rock
Island Two years ago having finish
ed his course in rarlroading he de
cided to study banking and entered
the offices of A Solomon 1C Co Last
May he bought a sent for himself on
the New York Stock Exchange where
ho still remains
Santa Barbara Cal May iFluSs
displayed at half mnst are the out
ward signs of the citys mourning for I
its most distinguished citizen Rear
Admiral Bowman II McCalla who
died yesterday of apoplexy
Funeral services will he held Sun
day afternoon following the arrival
of Lieutenant and Mrs Knox a I
daughter of the dead admiral who Is
new on the way hero from Mare Isl
and Immediately after the funeral I
services the body will be taken to
Los Angeles where It will bo cre
mated In accordance with the wish
expressed by Admiral McCalla
I New York May 7Hard luck has
followed the racing stable of James R
Keene Influenza brought on sup
I posedly by quick change In tho tem
perature and the variable weather of
I the last few weeks has run through
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1 1 PRC SUT SAIE at 1JI1iS 199 reductions entire IS bemgsacrifuced stol of o 0 0 Tag ored >
There is a reason for this price cutting simply told We have too many tailored suits r due to h
the fact that our buyer in anticipation of a phenomenal demand for suits beyond the actual r
S need has overstocked us g Joe 55 g g < g g g
For Asay Purpose
Plain tailored street styles
> and fancy trimmed models in
every fashionable fabric in
cluding white serge and Ra
jah silk in all the now spring
shades it the following reduc
ed prices
1000 Suits Reduced 500
1250 Suits Reduced S 625
1500 Suits Reduced S 750
1800 Suits Reduced S 900
2000 Suits Reduced 1OOO
2500 Suits Reduced 1250
2800 Suits Reduced 1400
3000 Suits Reduced S1500
3500 Suits Reduced 1750
4000 Suits Reduced S2000
4300 Suits Reduced 2250
1000 Suits Reduced S2500
6000 Suits Reduced 3000
7500 Suits Reduced 3750
Our entire stock of fine cos
tunics to be sacrificed at
reductions of 1 3
Greater this year than over be
I fore Immense selling space has
been assigned ana extra salespeo
ple For women in Ogden know
that the prices are the lowest of
the year during the May sale
aclc Isis and Globe will continue
throughout the summer but the Jolo
will be replaced during the summer
by the new theater the Albambra
which will be erected on Washington
avenuo between Twentythird and
Twentyfourth streets Until the new
theater for which plans arc now be
ing prepared Is completed the Jolt
will remain open
It Is stated that arrangements are
being made for the securing of n
house In Ogden bv 1 vaudoullc clr
cult which has a house in Salt Lake
to open during the early summer
While nothing definite Is known at
present In relation to tho new house
a representative of the company has
been in Ogden looking over the field
The building of an olrodomo or
open air theater for moving pictures
and vaudeville and possibly musical
comedy It Is stated Is receiving at
tention of local capitalists who will
Join with one or two eastern capi
talists The airodomos are popular In
the east and proved to be successful
from a financial point of view From
a reliable source It has been learn
ed that ono or two locations have
been Investigated by the promoters
of the company during the past ten
New York May 7Formnl an
nouncement was made here today of
the engagement of Stuyvesant Fish
to Miss Mildred Dick daughter of
Mr and Mrs Evans II Dick of Phila
delphia and New York
Mr Fish who Is following in his
fathers footsteps as a railroad man
was graduated from Yale in 100C and
began Immediately Hie study of his i
ca j
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about the entire lot of twoyearolds
In the Kceno stables at Shoopshcad
Mr Keene has about 30 twoyear
olds the pick of bin brooding farm In
training and the effect of the sud
den sickness that has swept through
the young horses Is likely to bo a ser
ious handicap fia their training must
be interfered with at a time that may
keep them out of many valuable en
gagements With tho older horses
Mr Keenos stable was more fortutf
ate as the sickness has been confined
the twoyearolds
ed so far to i
Precautions have boon taken to re
move the older horse from tin dan
ger of infection although the fact that
they have already been exposed causci
some apprehension
Chicago May 7There will hu
JOOO more old soldiers graves In Chi +
cago to decorate this year on Menu
orlal day May HO than there were ono
year ago according to Information
given out at tho G A R headquar j
ters yesterday In connection with nn
noilncemonts of the decoration exor
cises Last year the deaths In tbo
ranks of Chicago veterans ware about
10 per cent of the whole number
Philadelphia May Manufactur r
ers of the American League official
hal olmlJ have announced that this
years hall had a cork Instead of a
rubber center The cork was dipped
In rubber and the rest of tho process
was the same as In former pars Tho
makers say that tile cork center has
resulted In a much livelier ball
Begins rv1oD1dayp
Mav 9 h
The greatest silk sale in the 1
history of this store begins
Monday more than 2500 n f
yards of this seasons most
stylish and beautiful silks go
on sale at lower prices than
Ogden women have ever ex
pected to pay this year Our oJ I
silk buyer has searched the 1
market for the best silks that I
are manufactured and that j
could be bought for much less i
than regular prices Some of I
the biggest silk manufacturers i
and silk dealers in America r
have favored us with extraor t
dinary price concessions for
this sale t
We want the women of Og J
den to know that these silks are t
of GOOD QUALITY that we
believe in them that they will
give service and that this is
the most remarkable opportun
ity to buy stylish wearable J
silks that will be offered this r
Dont let anything stand in J
your way of attending this sale
because it is to your advantage ito
silks for L
to have some of these
yourself t
H3iodba Sale Towel Sale JLaldie 5 Neckwear Sale Ir
250 Sample Handbags at Manufacturers Cost 500 TOWELS FROM 35c to 50c your choice 25 450 26c DUTCH COLLARS your choice 15c
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