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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

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Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

> 1 I I 1 J r i H 0 i 1 i I = 2 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6 1910 I jI I l S ro RfnJt3N EWS I II rl AUTOS RACiNG I ACROSS DESERT I I Cars Left Los Angeles Last Night at 1055 for Phoenix I i h Arizona I 1 1I IOS ANGELES Cal Nov 5Tho I crack of tho pistol at 1055 oclock rd I tonight sent tho first of 14 automo i biles away on the 450miic raco I across tho desert to Phoenix Ariz l The first starter was a PopcHart i ford stripped down to little moro I than wheels engines and frame work I W D Treranlne IB tho driver J Jhe lout of the 11 stnrters got away I I at midnight This was a Knox car I with Joe NIckreut winner of lust I t years race across tho desert at the I t t t wheel I I i LOS ANGELES Cal Nov 5 i What is probably the most daring r I II and dllllcull road race in America i will begin at 11 oclock tonight when f 11 racing cars stripped to the light j I Ofct limit will start from Los Ange r I les for a 1SBmile race across nioun trins and desert to Phoenix A...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

RE Tj H Htf SaIl I Say sWill rig to silo Work h le F out bit alt 1 st plar i Sall fnl plat line 1 p C 1 Will OO8E i nee forG tt WiU E One He Wig at toJ 1J ate Cona laldwlLr crnor 4 would S ± ealdeal menU ire Mr Rcoir lampilh i attllot ci he had ulrtll ct tie lies badhl t rcferrril been rat I N IM to the 0 by JudSeEL liability v u atktd lift < evclts that to M that rtrT It egad Itik ik Hera latter M a dletiWB and Ua L It oast Ud fitter to b ads ttti is alt to rta made is 1 as to DJ I point rflftl ado fe i ch It lit r and rlw lerstIDHli1 Itleo Cf dLl was trot o more j en i hr + bring n tD ng Use i oubt Jt yen better id frank rtt to do I r to libljs AS T 6c il Club woad ales of nd urtrngetw + thrust IJ ago Jc1ltk < t I < < i tho role non dltJrls for rnuJ41 I money to todaUf 3 todlJt the Caxe dog pcltr for IOI1Jk ems tag er r 0 theC omens c 11 became d I IlrodudC L e tIS gate r wltbod en hO nuadd Ire 6uPxd + f + + + h HOLuJ Gtff Ho iP for E Ie tbfOagc J Je two Y a p111 cltf ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

c 2 a rr + h r i l r r J THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6 1910 LJ K f i w4r IIttnruiug tatar Published Daily by William Glasmann t A Fearless Independent Newspaper g It Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies to Punish HEAR ALL SIDES While This Paper Has Strong Republican Predilections It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columnsarc Fair and Just to All Parties and Creeds I WEATHER FORECAST UTAH Fair Sunday and Monday < GRAVELED ROOFS AND DUST k Tho many acres of graveled roofs in dove WriOhicago are now charged with a large part of the responsibility for the dustfilled at mosphere of the j loop district A careful estimate shows that on a every 4000 square feet of roof there is a wagon load of dust and that a wind blowing miles an hour will waft away a quarter of the dust in the course of an hour to shower in the streets I La Salle street which claims prestige as the financial street of f the city has just been plowed harrowed rolled and paved with creo sote bloc...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

u THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6 1910 rS I A V r A y I 1 3 S St fF i S S 11 Too ct C died cl the dl dtl 1 tit epe cs nd the o tJt2 d I rfl end P titP1 bills titdb 111 t mark < < II ur last Ctf fagazlpe J he Glfl ct > the lot ro hong dGf Wl1Shl j tri1 orlc3n red diet I1 of I1T r ono o T a satrf d rJ core be Q his phlilrl t d net wets enjoY sofbL I9y mucL K er cry Ka poared got lot fair ta k p k dc offender J1 ieve be I5 r this titS t hO trldIC a lilt a nd Inst nil tl t 10 I hrn6 fc ks ffftS f Icr Ethel mans l apdk crcb1 aD bl mO be 1 3sa lust r 8elt2tl Cap d to Sep w old Is bit p early Fin 4 r I Y SUfFERED EICHT YEARS RESTORED BY PERU NA AS MANY THOUSAND PEOPLE SUFFER FROM CATARRH OF HEAD IN WINTER MRS FENNESSEYS PERMANENT RE COVERY SHOULD CREATE GREAT PUBLIC INTEREST Mrs Mary S Fcnnessey Lake Benton Minnesota Writes I was afflicted with a bad caco of catarrh In the head and was unable to breathe through my nose for eight years Six bottles of Peruna cured ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

I 1 o r I a v THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6 1910 4 REPUBLICAN TICKET 1 = Ib I FOR CONGRESSMAN j 1 j Joseph Howell f I I FOR SUPREME JUDGE I D N Straup I FOR STATE SENATOR Goorgo J Kelly FOR REPRESENTATIVES f I Charles A Ziemer M B Richardson William Allison I S V Grow FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I 4 Years Moroni Skeen I 2 Ycaro 0 B Madaon FOR COUNTY CLERK I Samuel G De F R COUNTY RECORDER Joseph B Wallace I FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY I David Jenson i FOR COUNTY TREASURER t Alma D Chambers i FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR I > Thomas E Mnthows FOR COUNTY SHERIFF j I It I E E Harrison FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR H J Craven I FOR CITY CONSTABLE I 1 H E Steelo 1 I DEMOCRATIC TICKET 1H I 11 FORSZtJiRESS I I FOR CONGRESS I Ferdinand Erickaon I FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME I COURT t Charles C Richards I II LEGISLATIVE I 1 FOR STATE SENATOR T Sam Browning i FOR REPRESENTATIVES I I D D McKay l S S Smith j I W H Tolhurot t i t I A E Pratt I I COUNTY I FOR COMMISSIONER J V 4year term W J Parker 1 FOR COM...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

t T q THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER U 1910 r r 1 tt T l0 SSi111 1 i r 11 ds 4 dsSP 1 hel rf1 1 t s 1 ut jl C att 1 F1 rY 1 i ll dies warn l offered IB a let onacd weof 89p annllel riginal > ed out 89 1q48 line of arc to mght prica r 3f solid nings well 0 Ycr > f thee i C 1 th4 will b Tbej 30Inei squaTp d Jnea ordtr of e whlrb than tt ter i lure lia iedfor > r for a ages a1 or and The he sales n arfl 1 hnIF2 lent 9 ow 3x h much 9 I 15c a rcandiec ut BOD d useD Drops Crca3 rich not hlpsfIJl any othr 1 e D1orn3 I by 11 P ertfi h6 be 4 ttol II be J dt Teacblnf d i y Llfe the I fi ulstlan Iralt brt9y als of ft is sbO Idj my pOlV hero x111 II ylir u 111 I bynLi 1lff IID ONE I rs r ilolbq are Ir Ir 4 RUG MTJFJY1 > 8 Mae of rich French Coney long luxirious nap Full ani mal shapesatin lined 4 val I us 198 I Another Busy Week on our Splendid Second Floor F W = iVNM HJ Lr f > oJ IH E l 4 rLI > > r JHIS splendid Second Floor of ours offers to you today the...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

t 7 J ai 1 r rv I I 1 1 f M i I 8 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6 1910 REPUBLICANS HOlD 0 II ENTHUSIASTIC RAllY lilt It Congressman Howell Thomas Hu 11 and Ben Rich Address a Large 1 I ly Attended Meeting at Ogden TheaterHull Scores Nophi Morris As a CowardRevie ws the Telegram Incident L r f 1 J I 1 1 Tho final gun of the Republican campaign was fired last night In the i Olden theatre when Congressman llowcll Benjiunlu L Rich nnd > tho Hon Thomas Hull upoko Wtore n well filled house answering tho argu ments advanced by the Democratic I orators who spoke from the same platform on Friday nlghL The meet ing was an enthusiastic ono the speakers being Interrupted by tho tdal waves of applause whJoh with frequent regularity swept tho house from parquet to gallery I Dye as Chairman Samuel G Dye acting chairman opened tho meeting rth tho state ment made by tho chairman of tho Democratic party on the night prev a ious that the Republicans were favor ed by the management...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

v Y tt L Part Two I 11 tlL MjOR 1I 1G S TAN Lv ADD I Pages 9 to 16 I i VOL VIINO r 297 OGDEN UTAH YNOVEMBER G 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH i m n n f V > 0 4 t n n = = J t i r ps L E L 1 J i A C C f 1 lay KENNETT HARliS 1 l W r r t rrr n = 1 i flrR hit m 6a air L k a + 0 I ° 3rd titZ t itttlt t c S Yaxm tot taral r t let ttJS tt se G and L c B Fitt p 5E lC e r c i tltf t It 4 I id t lay b r1s ito t itoSVatdl 1 oGY nn a r In6t evert1 = a II 1I I i r I i l Gs lWl1li 500 tonS L i nS i7 T iine 1one one nrrj0 But I didnt do it protested the prisoner wiping tr eyes anew with her tearsaturated handkerchief The matron seated in a rockingchair by her desk it the further end of the bare room and stitching busily > t the hem of an apron coughed and directed a half Sliding glance at the stout dapper young lawyer and us prospective client The young lawyer from his perch on the ledge of the steelbarred window winked jwiftly in return The girl was young and she made S rather pathetic little ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

t J f i r I r t iy r j j 4 4r I ir4 H r a E II tl H Mining Stocks and Markets Li IMPROVEMENT ON LOCAL CHANGf c i Trading Averages the Best Dur i ing Past Week of the i Month SALT LAKE Nov 5For several weeks tliero has been a gradual Improvement securi p I provement In tho trading In stock exchange Tin ties on tho local In the ISc stocks havo been Bllghtly lead on account of a number of mines showing considerable Improvement I During the week tho stook market In some I stronger than has shown up I time Ill Quito a number of stocks wore active week lau for tho s tive and tho average The u slight advance over latst week I i for the week was volume of trading 1eavler and the amount paid out for I I I ulocka was much better The public 7 I has apparently taken a larger inter est In the stock market and the pro J fessional side of the market has somewhat diminished 1 Tho total number of shares traded In during tho week was 307013 while I the total paid out for securities was 5S5S1210 x I T...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

I 1 0 I 1 p 1 8 J2 bra brat tk Esi i m it 9 1 mrp 1zt t + T w J t r 1 a m j c s t h fat t U r l its Cif Ii tip its J el n 7 iEj f 1 TUIEOGDrEN STANDARD > < 1 I i rill II < 4 > u IltillOME YftOTOGBLAFHYAS t Iii INTEKESTING JI and PRACTCAL OCCUPATION r K every girls home there lies a ch arm ing field for the use of the camera 1 which opens up not only wonderful possibilities for herself from an nrtls tic point of view hut proves a source of constant Joy to her family and Mends She can portray little character sties which would never have shone foith In the more formal surroundings of the professional photographers studio repro duce Interesting bits of indoor life or fa miliar out of door scenes about which as time goes on Interest must always linger Innumerable arc the subjects which can to selected by the amateur girl pbotogra pher on which to try her skill For ex ample an artistic interior is enjoyed by nearly every one whether familiar with the surroundings or not as wi...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

I j r kiT 1 r I I j 1 iT 1jl 1 = S i If hOME A r I F WOAN G 1 HH CNA LDJ1 I > sv rE r 4 Efd I eor o k r n 0 j Wom6n THE NEW EVENING GOWNS Gnarls H0ll16 9 L 1 1 I Owner it raUB Bj HELEN FALCO J EaItOf J JET y k I t 1 Empire Modes Appear = Again in Ballrooms I But Not the Extremely High Waist Line Nor the Exaggerated and Eccentric cc Hobble p i SkirtGraceful Lines fl I HE othor day I wns looking I 1 THE somo old lllcsof a inaca t zluo = I wont tell you what magazine for you would prob ably sniff and particularly at some of George Du Mauriers Illustrations 1 And one of the first was a caricature of the prevailing womens fashions of tho daya gentle scoff of the cartoon ist at the skirts then worn skirts so tight that their wearers could hardly walk In fact tho woman In the car toon Is represented as saying that sho L bad been obliged to rebuild her house I because she could not climb stairs lu i the gowns then Imposed by fashion II And that dearly beloved was in tho I So you see all ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

r r 4JIIt tri 4 1JI t rf L 5 lrIHJIE O6DENSTANDAID 1 t I < 1 i i r f it I Iif 1j j t r r a tk 1 1I U ler at IE ords cry I silm i I dEjl dtrim11 Writ 1 3 tort of e Id He fi efltcwis flth qty suet m ful Infc rnoujy bonia ti Qlch itrf alee e t if rte KU II looig mil JBS iforifts It litj ODj I t bids ti foraMcj r Btttt king fp calniV hblc atf one skit Itoitf tOO tMTJ tore HiiJ 10r8Wtr weartr tha rc1 that tI Is + i tttnif er to IK gidsiis nolhe s t d tolls red ft ioU tilt iioU rw Edtfl U iTilite tot for 1r I4h to rt s el1dtj1 i u sCr ItatW auJj i t Siyfi i 09e b t in tvl fro that Jchlit e The joie ri Inca nJ ed bfi attriil t Jreb mi > kcon a Ie of tbI ojnt r bwS affntp to lug Idlnj Rf t > s Of3 C JJ erlS III ITM IIInodlfa ivmoP nflsM0 1 tM I lSS ik teU c prodsal1 prodsal1s ante w3 oft ofTon ti 10 Ton OB11 app IJlb to tJ1 vn of IP 1 0rf 1 j Ent ifC r Disbes i rnlDJr Jr tin gs ftf saDt w the eT t dA1 the ll rim DK ° m Bg the rd3 1 for < < Lfc ry ot the Idr nlgat 11 j 30 mt J...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

I t c J < if IW JAJ t C c rL J kIll i u r jfT Ill t r I rr JeU 1 a I I > 1 = 2 i rj > < t W 3 A > LirnARI FASHIONS 1 I 1 r LATEST Models for Plain V r l I and Figured Velvet Gowns f f j I BY MRS A T ASHMORE I AIITA m the season word went forth from Fashions headquar j t r ters that velvet was to be the j j most fashionable fabric this win f 3 If tcr and In consequence for some 1 time there have been models displayed I I i played of smart street costumes of velvet 1 1 velveteen and corduroy Only recent i I 1f however have the more elaborate Htrect 1 I 11 gowns and those intended for afternoon I i and evening been exhibited although the I velvet season h so near at band when I I I gowns arc to he worn 1 The fabric is so emphatically suited to I cold weather that Its use all summer I r combined with the thinnest of materials I I I ouch ns chiffon and lingerie bin seemed I I almost too incongruous to be attractive I but eccentricity being the watchword of I modern dress t...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

11 c r i l 4 < k I I I i I I I e1ve JeUT 1 it over l Iittt3 D In trfJ rts 1 rtsy nto Hag there lui ocn I with iz a wc1 w1rltt sbc b2 1 hoI O tobe 5 11 I off Icey ey eIU3 ttbtC jiLCr OI REAL ESTATE FOR REAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS 50000000 Half a Million Dolars Worm 01 OGDEN REAL ESTATE I ON THE MAKKET r For vcrl1 years past I have been bnyin g thc most dosirablo residence pruporly and ad ditions of this city buying at a spot cnsh price ol noiircsidcnts and others who desired to Hell this property I Imvc bought at u great sacrifice at spot cash figures I have thus secured several thousands of the most desirable building lots of Ogden During this time I have devoted nearly all of my time to the purchase of thIs properly and have paid little attention to tho selling of the same I h ave now moved ni3 office to Number 3 61 Twentyfourth street being next door cast of c < the Standard office where I have fitted up nnd o quipped the most modem real estate office in Ogden and I ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 6 November 1910

a Iji1 i rr fi i = 1 A K 1 > r l < I h t I = = = = ur v I 1 e r 1f IHI IE G IE N 51r AN A ID o Jti i Rtti f D J jlij I ITJHJLY I RL REVISING PITT 5BURG r rr t 1 oj MUD and Dirt Up to the Knees Money the Rest of the I Way Says a Native and Then He Proceeds to Point I I I Out the New Idea and Its Progress II I BY EDWARD HUNGERFORD J I I Oopjrljrht 1010 br the Now Yort Herald Co All rlcbU retorted MAN slipped Imo n strange city for the first 1 1 time at oventldc In tho morning he awoke 7 I lu his hotel room It was very dark and he JI fumbled across tbo room to the electric switch Ju the sudden radiance that followed he sput I tercJ ut himself for having awakened so earlyfor he I l I was a man fond of bls lazy sleep In tho morning Ho fumbled In his pockets nnd found his watch Ten minutes to nine It said to him Stopped said the man half aloud I forgot to 1 wind It once again i But the watch had not stopped Insecure In his I own mind he lifted It to his ear It was ticking briskly Th...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

t r y = FULL ASSOCIATED Z THE BEST Ui PRESS DISPACES t t 1 r ADVERTISING MEDIUM i t r AND OTHER F 1y 1 I f t t < + IN THE SPECIAL STATE OF UTAH i5 NEWS FEATURES 35 i 35 And Successors to THE DAILY MORNING EXAMINER o r VOL VITNO 304 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH Dj s 15 i C r 1 s r N l I ij P is lilt llllif 3ellf i ty piricrjt enlab s or yo d 3I G ref rr gel ti OMJBI UpatljsTs ie MFK e b lusJi t1 A gilt rZdrrvt sslt tr tbetotf5 aafsttlry Lot rt 0 has Wb i tie Br rgttnb erOrb vtkh 3S e oli Fr 4 a ip 1 Fmki theSar Odtrtd Cs F J GG j uth rtrt 1J fl t c c I Iho = a ohrol3 ht 01 bw is rim t nnce es no > of t Ogden tv altlor a0y lest phi J BEm ant j Ave i cIlti cd it ircparrl i 1 ld tM Wt l tile to cr 3bl1lttI rca fore nl fora r V fA rC3dID aLL 11 AYS = BELL 9 Ind Surldaf t ie J I 1 5 OIl 1 J r G A Al JARA SCEE OF b MEXIICH ROTS American Citizen in Defending His Home Shoots Into Enraged Mob KILLS A BOY AND WOUNDS A SOLDIER Mexican Troops Have Great Difi ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

1 01 I I j < f r j i 7 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13 1910 9 J j i rSPORTUN NEWS I for U DEFEATS I 1 I I DENVER ARSITV Game Ends With a Score of 20 to I 0 Colorado Boys Unable to Get Near Goal I SALT LAD Nov 12rho Univer sity ol Utah played Its first winning foolnll game of the season today when University by a It defeated Denver ycoro of 20 to 0 Utah played a fast i game while Denver was handicapped I the loss of two or three star men y on account of injuries last week Utah made most of its gains on straight oldfashioned footall while Denvers gains were made by trick plays and forward passes Denver used tho forward pass to better ad vantage than did Utah but Utah was stronger on defense and interference Utah scored twice in tho fIrst quart er In the second Denver braced and There played Utah to a standstill between Crowloy was a punting duel and Richardson of Utah but neither goal was endangered A placekick from the field in the third quarter by Richardson ga...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

w 1 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13 1910 3 NOV utLY PREPARING LArm FOR Ii i BUllmrm lOTS I 1 I f Tlio Farr Development company < has a large force of men and twenty i teams at work clearing and leveling a large tract of land cast of Glonwood park In preparation to place It on tho u rlt in guildlng and oneacre lots This work IB In charge of Lyman Skccn nnd It In 4 progressing rapidly ord I 0ragi When completed the development of this tract ot land will make a groat change in that part of tho city 1 I CS aSfo1 DEPRESSION ON e STOCK MARKET 5r D New York Noy 1Tho abrupt fall in prices of stocks following the election was attributed to the over extension of speculative commitments In expectation of a revived demand which failed to materialize The ex tent of the political overturn and its suggestions of change had to be Ts i digested The banking and money position I asserted renewed influence through tho heavy demands of the Interior for currency and credits Postpone...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

J A LL 1 f 1 i 4 U r if THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13 1910 i r IDqr Inrttittg 1anbarb Published Doily by William Glasmann T A Fearless Independent Newspaper It Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies I to Punish HEAR ALL SIDES i i While T his Paper Has Strong Republican Predilections It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columns are Fair and Just to All Parties and Creeds i e WEATHER FORECAST UTAH Unsettled probably rain Sunday and Monday colder > Sunday GLAD HIS CAREER IS ENDED = The statement recently sent out from New York by United States I Senator Chauncey M Depot is similar to that which many public t men will issue during the next few months when they will dropped = by the progressive citizens of their respective states I Of course with Senator Depew as well as the others it is not a f case of sour grapes but then it is something like it Among the others who will find it necessary to say they are glad their career has ended and that they are proud of th...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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