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2 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY 0 AUGUST 6 1910
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Health
I i Never Fails to Restore
Gray Hair to its Natural
Color and Beauty
Yo matter how loug it has been gray
orfadcd Promote a luxuriant growth
I of healthy hair fttops its falling out
and positively removes Dan
l I drnff Keeps hair soft and glossy
k I Will not soil skin or linen Will not
I injure your hair Is not a dye
f I 1 and 50c boriles at druggists
I Send 2c for Ire books The Care cf the Hair and
Skin PlUo HJ Spot Co NcunrkN JU3A
I Hoys Harllsui Soap uD uaiirdfortba
Complexion toilet hatlircJrouhchapr
hand Kt Blln fliiimlKot 25V dru gistt
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I 1 I CULLEY DRUG CO 2479 WASH
1 WM DRIVER < SL SONS 2453 WASH
I BADCONS PHARMACY 2421 WASH
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BELL TELEPHONE in
your office or home have
one or more installed
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1 you did without it Tho
t I time you save the results
you obtain will more than
pay the small cost
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I etables and pure dairy pro
ducts excluding all rich greasy
and unnatural dishes We have
as follows
I 16 lb can Vegetable
Cooking Oil 110
I ICan Nut Loaf 25
I ICaD Nut Sero 25c
I ICan Baked Renns 15
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r IPkg Graham Clack
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IPkg Cereal Blond for
Coffee 10
fPkg Granola Beady
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I IPkg Crystal Wheat 10r
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Each Supervisor and Manager of a Department Thinks He fias the
Big ShowJ C Nye Manager of the Agricultural Department
Has His Pride Pricked After Reading the Great Progress Made
by Fred Herrington and H W Dunn in Their Live Stock Shows
Mr J C Nyo supervisor of the
agricultural department of the Four
State fair was scen by a reporter
and in an Interview said
The other nuporviBors of depart
meuts scorn to think that their dc
riarunonts are the most prominent of
tho FourState Fair It Is all right
for Fred W Herrington to boost his
International Sheep Show I know it
Is going to bo the biggest event of its
kind ever hold in the United States I
because the National Wool Growers
association has endorsed it
I am also pleased to noto that Her
bert W Dunn ifl so active In the
horse and cattle department and that
ho has four hundred stalls for his
thoroughbred horses and cattle and
I do not want to minimize anything I
these gentlemen have said regarding
any of tholr department except
when they Intimate that all other de
partments will be side shows com I
pared with theirs Everybody knows
that agriculture Is tho backbone of I
tho nation and lam surprised that
these gentlement could have said
what they did without rccpgnizlng
this fact <
O course all the livestock men
will go to see the great sheep show
and the horse show aqd Ute cattle I
show but It Is a well known fact that
whore one hundred men will go to the I I
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FOR OGDEN
Ogden is to have an athletic asso
ciation gymnasium facilities a swim
ming and bath establishment and vari
ous other institutions of a similar na
ture provided Rawhldo Kelly and
Charles Baker succeed In interesting
the business men of the city In back
Ing such an institution
Nothing Is more needed In Ogden
and thus far the efforts of tho pro
moters mentioned have met with very
gratifying success Business men arc
not slow in recognizing the Impor
tance of some kind of an athletic in
stitution through which various linos
of sport may bo promoted for the
amusement and education of the pub
lic
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It Is proposed to rent a suitable
building which can be fitted up as an
uptodato gymnasium The base
ment will he transformed into a largo
swimming tank in connection with
which Turkish baths and private
swimming pools wilLbe installed
Kelly statqd asT eenihg that ho Is
now In communication with Longboat
the Indian runner and Johnny Hayes
the great Marathon racer of Olympic
fame with a view of promoting a
Marathon race in Ogden with these
twq worldfamous runners as the prin
cipal attractions
Thoro is also a possibility for a
meeting here between Peanuts Sin
clair and McGovorh The latter is
well known to the boxing world hay
Ing fought a draw with Champion
Lightweight WolgasU Young Peter
Jackson and Jjm Flynn Tho Fight
Ing Fireman are also being negotiat
ed with for a meeting in Ogden
Rawhide Kelly is an old hand in
the athletic business and his many
friends in this locality will join with
him in carrying out the plans he Is
now making for an organization to
promoto sport in Ogden
GOOD ROADS CONVENTION
At the same time that tho Four
State Fair and International Sheep
Show is held the InterMountain
Good Roads convention will take place
at Ogden Utah Delegates from all
western stales will be present
An effort will be made tj have con
gross slvo one million acres of the
public domain to each state for good
road building the proceeds from tho
land to be divided among tho coun
ties of each state
Senators congressmen and gover
nors will be there to help frame the
work of the convention
It Is Important at this first Inter
Mountain Good Roads convention that
every city village and county shall
be fully represented For further In
formation address Judge J A How
ell chairman Ogden Utah
GARNEY GUEST Of
CHIEF BROWNING
Joseph Wcndling the Frenchman
accused of murdering little Alma Kell
ner In Louisville Ky tfevoral months
ago passed through Ogdon last even
Ing in charge of Detective J P Car
ney the man who trailed Uio wiley
foreigner for more than four months
back and forth front the Pacific coast
to the Gulf of Mexico and finally cap
tured him in San Francisco last week
This Is tho most persistent man
hunt that has been brought to light
for many years and for spectacular
features rapid deductions and unal
tonng pUrpose It has the average
dime novel surpassed in a hundred
ways
Detective Carney was met at the
station by Patrolman Kelllhor who
knowing that Chief of Police Brown
Ing desired to meet tho detective or
dered the patrol wagon and started
with Carney and his famous prisoner
for tho police station Chief Brown
lug met the party near the depot how
ever and returned to the union sta
tion cafe whore ho entertained Car
nay and his prisoner at dinner Tho
Louisville officer was urgod to stop
over a day and accept the hospitality
of the police department by spending
the day In Ogden canyon but he was
forced to decline owing to his haste
to land his prisoner safely In Louis
ville with the greatest pospiblo dis
patch
Wendling is a heavyset man of
fair to visit tho livestock department
a thousand will go to see the agricul
tural and horticultural buildings The
products of the farm and orchards al
ways have been the great attraction
of all fairs in tho country and 1 want
It distinctly understood that the agri
cultural and horticultural buildings
at tho fair grounds will not bo any
side show this fall They will bo m
to the standard of the best fairs In
the country and I Iwo every confi
dence that the farmers and fruit
growers of this intermountain coun
try will put up the biggest exhibit
over known in tho state of Utah or
oven in tho four states I will guar
antee to show fully an much excel
lence In pumpkins tomatoes water
melons muskmelons and all other
vegetables as can be shown in any
department of tho livestock exhibit
I have had the honor of being the
president of one of the fairs held lo
Ogden and know It is great work for
the supervisor of each department If
ho does his full duty and I am more
than pleased to find such competent
men in tho livestock departments as
Fred W Heerrlngton and II W Dunn
are showing themselves to be but I
want them to understand that the ag
ricultural and horticultural depart
ments will be no aide show at the
FourState fair They will he tho very
I best attraction
r medium height swarthy complexion
and Is apparently little concerned
over tho grave charge which has been
brought against him Ho ate heartily
of the meal provided by Chief Brown
Ing and laughed and talked as If he
wero on a pleasurocxcuislon Instead
of what will possibly be his last rail
road trip on earth
Ho was asked regarding his capture
and replied that ho did not fear the
outcome of the trial as ho would havo
no difficulty in clearing himself of the
chargo
I dont mind going back he said
hut r like California and am going
hack out there as soon as I can It
is very nice there The Loulsvillo
police hac nothing on mo and Ill
soon convince them of It
Wendling has a shifting glance and
what Is termed In police parlance a
bud eye
Detective Carney stated thut he
had spent the last nine weeks prac
tically on a train following the never
ending clues as to Wendlings where
abouts It was through a dispatch
sent by him from Missouri that the
Los Angeles police were able to find
Wendling under a sink in a boarding
house and there were but a few hours
of delay caused by a washout which
prevented Carney from making the
arrest in person
FUNERAL fOR
MRS MAVGOCI
The funeral of Mrs Alice Marshall
Maycock wife of John Maycock of
Pleasant View was held at 2 oclock
yesterday at the Pleasant View moot
ing house Bishop E A Illckenlooper
conducting the services
Tho music furnished for tho occa
sion included Speak Kind Words I
sung by Arthur Barrett My Gone
vleve by Mrs A R C Smith Oh I
5ly Father by W H Cragun
Sometime Woll Understand by Ar
thur Barrett and Wanted on the
Other Side sung by tho ward choir
The speakers wero President C F
MIddleton Patriarch G W Larkln
Bishop Hlckenlooper Joseph Bedwell
and W G Cragun each of whom
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sweaty feet lame feet tender foot
smelly feet corns callouses or bun
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Crockett of Jeffersonville TIZ DID
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second treatment she walked down
stairs ono foot at a time She has not
been able to walk downstairs before
In past five years except by stepping
down on each step with one foot at a
time This Is remarkable Send five
more boxes
No matter what alls your foot or
what under heaven you hard used
without getting relief just use T I Z
Its different It acts right off It
cures sore feel to stay cured Its the
only foot remedy over made which
acts on the principle of drawing out
all the poisonous oxudatlons which
cause sore foot Powders and other
remedies merely clog up the pores
TIZ cleans tom out cud Keeps them
clean You will feel better the flrst
limo its used Use It a week and
you can forget you ever had sore feat
There is nothing on oarth that can
compare with It TIZ is for sale at
all druggists 25c per box or direct
if you wish from Walter Luther Dodge
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Just as the American Indian chose his chieftain for deeds of valor in war 1
and wisdom in s of peace i
So has Budweiser because of its Quality and Purity been chosen by the
American of today the Chief of all bottled beers
Bottled only at the
Becker Brewing
AnheuserBusch Brewery Malting Co
St Louis U S A Distributors Orjden Utah
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dwelt on the active life of the deceas
ed and especially on her work among
tho aged and those of nor friends who
might be taken lit Her good cheer
II and blessing Was never wanting In I
the hour of need Her devotion to
the faith of Latter Day Saints was al
ways marked and she lived in the
hope for a glorious resurrection
The attendance was very large and
a profusion of flowers testified for the
love and esteem In which the de
ceased was hold Interment was In
Nort Ogden cemetery
NOTICE
Bids will bo received to be opened
August 20th l10 at 2 oclock p m
at the office of the undersigned
Poard of Trade building Salt Lake
City Utah for the furnishing of 800
000 pounds first quality oats and SOu
tons straight timothy hay delivery to
be made at regular Intervals during
period of one year from award of con
tract In submitting bids on above
material state price f o b Salt Lake
City giving full particulars as to
Quality of materials to be furnished
The undersigned reserves the right to
reject any or all bids
P J MORAN
Box 783 Salt Lake City Utah
CHAMBER Of
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Tho Ogden Chamber of Commerce
has made Its weekly report on mat
tens which have been attended to by
the corresponding secretary and an
interesting statement showing that
Ogdens reputation as a business cen
ter and a live town is spreading rap
Idly Miss w P Rose of Missoula Mon
tana wishes to como hero in tho ca I
pacity of trained nurse whllo A
Welko of Sacramento want J to move
his cleaning ostabllshmcxi to this I
city on the strength of his impression
that Ogden Is a live one William
Kerinett writes from Elko Nevada f
that ho considers Ogden n good loca
tion for another packing plant and
intends looking Into the possibilities
at once
A Des Moines doctor asked If phy
sicians were plentiful in thlo locality
and he was told that thoso who are
here now live In line houses and
seem prone to use four cyllnder auto
mobiles for making their calls
A Goldfield wan wants to open a
clothing Store in Ogden while an
other from the same place wishes ad
oitlonal information regarding the
city In general The agent of tho
Great Northern Express company
asks for descriptive matter and in
formation regarding the cost of liv
ing
The chamber of commerce of Sher
idan Wyoming asked for a copy of
Ogdens bylaws and a South Ameri
can living in Colorado Is desirous of
opening an overall factory
here having discovered that Og
den ib a railroad center W L
Durkflud writes from West Salem 1
and 0 L Markman from Palestine
Illinois asking for descriptive mat II
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E G Boll of Milton Oregon wants
to como to Ogden and for a valuable
consideration agrees to teach the
fruit growers of this valley the ac
rots of packing fruit
rt A G Wise of Trinidad Colo js
interested In planing mills and call
net making Ire albo has his eye
lea Ogden
GREENSBURG Pa Aug L An
open letter addressed to Theodore
Roosevelt was today forwarded by
officials 6f the Union Soft Coal min
oifl on strike In tho GreensburgIrwln
field asking the former president to
visit thontrlke zone and make an
i Investigation similar to the one Just
completed in the anthracite field of
eastern Pennsylvania
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Things Look Bright For j
LUCKY MAN 1
SloekholdelDS
The resent sale of stock in the Lucky Man Mino has produced
sufficient means to send the work forward Those who are just from J
the district in which this mine is located are fillqd with enthusiasm
over the prospects Some miners wb have been on the property
lately are very desirous of going to work on the Lucky Man Mine and
are willing to take stock for their wages not only are these men
willing but eager to do this knowing the property as they do
There is hardly a sLadow of doubt that the mine will bo among
the big shippers by the first of December some of the experts who I
have seen the property recently and who know what the proposed
work consists of say that very profitable shipments will begin before
that time
L Farrell the manager will be in Ogden for a few more days and
will then go to supervise the work of sinking the main shaft into the
ore body owners of stock may be justified in looking for rapid in
crease in value just as soon as the proposed work is completed
Lucky Man Mining
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FMFarrell tuna ea
Atfdress 2265 Lincoln Avenue
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YOUNG COUPLE
QUIETLY MARRY
To escape the annoyance of friends
W E Sanders Ron of E M Sanders
of Salt Lake City and Miss Erma
Olsen daughter of Carl Olsen also
of Salt Lake City stole over to Og
don Wednesday afternoon secured a
marriage license and were married
without the pealing of bells or the
flare of trumpets
Tho bride Is a prepossessing young
lady and has many friends In Salt
Lake City The couple returned to Salt
Lake City yesterday morning The
groom In engaged in that city In the
wholesale business and it is there
that the pair will reside
VHfRAN HREMEN
TheHAVEIfiG TIME
The Veteran Firemens association
nelj its annual outing In Ogden can I
yon yesterday about fifty of the
old boys being present with their
families making an aggregate num
ber of more than 600 including the
children
Various pastimes were Indulged in I
including running races for the
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wales and children boat races and
ether contests In evening a dance
was given the music being furnished
by tho Five Points orchestra
The Veteran Firemens association
dates back to 187C when tho hand
pump brigade was organized from
what had hitherto been a volunteer
bucket brigade A hand fire pump
mounted on a cart was purchased b >
the city at this time and a number
of water tanks wore constructed
about the city These tanks were I
placed below the surface of the
streets and they were distributed
about the business section There
was one at Washington avenue and
Twentyfifth street one at Washing
ton and Twentyfourth and another
midway In the block It was calcu
lated that the small quantity of hose
on hand would reach from ono of
I these tanks to any fire between thorn
At this time the alarm system was
n most complex ono In case of fire
being discovered the word was con
e cd as quickly as possible to the
depot and as there was always an
engine there with steam up the en
gineer on duty would then arouse the
Iopulace by blowing bib locomotive
whistle The firemen would assent
ble immediately from tholr various
places of occupation antI on learning
vbere the blaze was they would pro
ceed to It on the run Tho engineer
who blew the whistle received one
dollar for each alarm sounded togeth
er with the good will of the city
After several years this system was
changed by the city purchasing a
Ore bell which was crested on a tow
er where the city hall now stands
WEATHER FORECAST
I do not think said Edmund
Yates in his book Recollections and
Experiences 1 ever met a mac mONo
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hopelessly deaf than Charles Keobte
nt70 Some of us were sitting one
afternoon at the Garrick club when 3t
tremendous thunderstorm broke over
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the house I
It raged with extraordinary fury
one clap exploding with terrlllc nolsf
Immediately above us like a volley of
artillery
Wo looked around at each othpr I
almost In horror when Charles Kern
bJo who was calmly reading lifted
bib eyes from his book and said 10
his trumpettone I think we arc so
Ing to have some thunder 1 feel t
Ill my kneos
PINGHOTS FRIENDS
DENCUNGE SHAFROl
DENVER Aug tTbe Times says
that friends here of former Forest
Plnchot today came out with stroc
Denunciation of the delegation named
by Governor John F Shafroth to rep
resent Colorado at the National Con
servation congress to be held alSt
Paul September 5 According to the
Times some of theso friends of Pic
chot went so far as to charge the got
ernor with lending aid to an alleged
plot to discredit Plnchot by packing
the congress In the interest of Secre
tary of the Interior Balllnger The
Times says that Plnchots friends as
SQrt that agents of BallInger instates
believed to bo friendly to the rJ + cn
tqry arc hard at work in an effort w
gt control of the SL Paul meeting
Politics is merely quarreling over
candy
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