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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 27 August 1910

7 H C O z > s 1 f rT 1 l LI I T THE r 0 UJ UJ lLJ It i STANDAIRD > 1 Ij 1 I f I r TIN AGI1kjL < z JO if tl < I r OA DINGSCHOOL 1 OME Hints on the Winter Clothing Necessary for Her Core fort and Smartness r N fitting out n girl for a winter at boarding school It naturally makes R some difference ns to whether the f school is in the country or n largo city l For a winter in the country it is tho t warm ulsters and sweaters and th rough walking suits which must be given first consideration while in n city school the everyday dress is generally somewhat more elaborate and the coat and skirt cos tumes smarter in cut and texture than are required otherwise Most city boarding schools now have n t dny scbool run in connection when the hoarders and day pupils meet and have lessons in common The city child is nat urally somewhat more smartly gowned than n girl who grows up in the country aud the school dress is n trifle more elab orate therefore when intended for city wear Simplic...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 27 August 1910

r THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH e r For More s Productive Farm lYletlcods tilf r tier I t Jj s ° CiJTIlJt W10 11 Tbe at1cDml IrfliJl 11111 < I I j Answers by the Veterinarian Dr A S Alexander Wltfortln Colleac of Aerlealun KnockodDovtn Hip WE HAVE a good 3yearold mare and she has a knockcddown hip as It is called She foil on tlio Ice two winter ago and for a long time went lame but now she Is nil right only her left hll Ja much steeper than the other one This Is noticed easily when you Bland behind her I want to breed from this marc as oho Is a good one being part conch Shire and Belgian Would It be safo to breed from hcrJ R N Dakota ReplyIn all probabilities It would not be pafo to havethis maro bred as the Injury points to a fracture of the shaft of the illSum pelvic and very likely has left a distortion of tho polvlc ring If that Is HO the maro might not bo able to havo tho foal Befori having her bred have a veterinarian make a careful examination hy way of life vagina I and I...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 27 August 1910

i oG STAN Am L T 0 e I r r lC f ACHING WOMfiN WHAT j IONEY MEANS ANKS Nowadays Make Special Arrangements for the Fair Ones Even to the Extent of Placing at the Windows Men with Tact Politeness and a Smite That Stays On r No Matter What Questions Are Asked t 4 r i I a n taarrr u + na 1 rVElrrl kiftt n ia aa r llf I 1 i r III Room for Women Who HavcHBonds and Jewcl Stored in the Lincoln Safc Deposit Boxes IIh St r Oopjrlcbt 3010 br the New York UcralJ Co All rlrhU teTVxU NDV YOLK Stumdnr j ADI12S accounts respectfully solicited jj This pnllto invitation hangs up lu numerous L bank windows and Is pnutcd In alluring circular scttiug forth the reliability con leulcncc and attractiveness of thc banks that cater to women as almost nil banks do now adays with the exception of those in the distinctly financial quarter Yet it Is within quite recent days that the anec dote regarding the woman presumably typical who drew a check against no account In any bank she fancied was passed merrily arou...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 27 August 1910

C re f rI < YI r0fft Tr I r V 1 < < > 6 r i THEOGDIENSTANDARD j JI l I SL r 1ARI5 FASHIONS IN AUTU M N ILL1 = = I J HARMING New Models in Velvet Felt Taffeta Lace and Net adaasfes t I 0l BY MRS A T ASHMORE HE hit plays so Important n part in tin dress question of T today that the autumn nnd win i ter styles in headgear nro eagerly sought for weeks bcforo it is time to mnke tho change from tho summer fashion The leading milliners with designer and workers JIAVQ been hard at work for a far longer period than the general public cnn con e ceive of studying out what shall and what shalTnot be worn while the buyers 1 hive been on the lookout for anything smart and original since long before the slimmer hats were first displayed So lunch depends upon the hat that all this preparation all this expenditure of time thought and strength is absolutely essen i tial for the effect of the smartest and most becoming of gowns can easily be I rained by an ugly hat while nn ugly I Ineffect...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 27 August 1910

v v 1 F I I j I < A rt < Till IE QCGIEN51rANAJRS > u ri I i ce n < i r f I u d r II ALLY J PPUE > HAS GUESTS > Jom H 0 Mt n r av L d + t i P i41 Il 3l I 11 A i i t Ill t I i t r r I h I tW 1 I f I Got My Arms Around HcrI Nearly Loved Her to Death BY ELISE WILLIAMSON Cp TI hU 1010 IT Ibo Now lurk MornlJ Co All rlshU tciawU T UK ferryboat made n landing and T hurried to the gateway to be on hand when the train 1 came In It was due just In Iialf an hour I LI walked up and down restlessly 1 bought a magazine but 1 could not read I walked again 1 ascertained three limes the number of the track that the 305 train frown Washington was to come In ou and then I frantically searched the crowds from other trains In the wild fear that tho 55o from Washington had come in on the wrong track At last the train came in I wanted to laugh and cry at the same time My eyes devoured the crowd An endless stream of people passed but still no familiar face Oh It was maddening lobo shut out...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 29 August 1910

< THE EVENING STANDARD GUDStt UTAH rauiiDAT AUGUST 29 1C10 i 1 AUTOMOBIUS IN FUNERAL CURTEGf j I In tho funeral of ilr Frank Percy J i I Hutchingg which was held yesterday 7 1 aflernoon at Iho Sixth Ward meeting houao with Interment at the Ogden 1 City comolery nn unique InnovatJon i was the exclusive HBO of automobiles j In tho funeral cortege The entire lino of cortego from tho hoarse to tho I last of the thlrtyflvo vehicles follow j ing was composed of automobiles c I something up to this time unknown In any section of this stale 1 Tho hearse was arranged by tho Larkin Undertaking establishment the grey machine of that firm being draped In silk of tho same color and 1 grey silk draplngs and cords and pro I renting an impressive appearance as It wound ita way through tho city 1 streets following by some twentylive 1 machines each laden with Its burden j of mourners Mr HutchlngH who was accidentally hot on Friday lost by tho unexpected discharge of a shot ann and who sub Kequont...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 29 August 1910

r > > 1 It1I 4 W I r rt t f i I YOUR WANTS BE li v LET + r WEATHER FORECAST KNOWN IN THE THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE EVENING STANDARD y A WEATHER WILL BE GENERAL I ANDGE LY FAIR TONIGHT AND TOMOR I ROW l 1 Fortieth Year No 207 Price Five Ccntc OGDEN CITY F UTAH MONDAY EVENING AUGUST t > 29 J9JO Entered aa Second Claim Matter at the Poctofflcc r Ogden Utah y VR GVES ROOSEVELT A WilD WELCOME AND A STRENUOUS TiME 1 r I Sidewalks Packed with a Solid Mass of Humanity Along the Entire Two Miles and a Half of Parade = = = 6im Explodes and People Think Ex = Presi = 1 dent Has Been Assassinated I Denver Colo Aug tThe salute of a cannon welcomed Colonel Roose yell to Denver aj his special train drew in at the union station A great ti crowd had gathered at tho station and set up a Wild cheer us the oxprcsidotit p appeared on the platform of his car He bowed his acknowledgments of the nolsv welcome and stepped Into a car riage to take part In tho parade Governor Shafroth Mayor Speer a...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 29 August 1910

r > 1 4 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 29 1910 ft i ID11t 1tUt1ttug t1ti ttr Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann n CUTOFF FROM EVANSTON 4 V t I i 1 I j The story from Salt Lake that the Union Pacific has made a survey from Evanston to Ogden and has decided on building a new cutoff which will come down Ogden canyon is not accepted in local I railroad circles as a fact For some time there have been rumors here to the effect that such a survey had been made and even ac cepted but railroad surveyors state that the figures given of the I outlined route disprove the whole story There is no possible route over the Wasatch range from Evan ston through Dutch creek and any road that obtains a low grade through Ogden canyon out of Ogden must enter the gorge high up on the cliffs at the mouth and to obtain that elevation the road must 4 make a long detour to the north or south along the foothills 1 The report that the Union Pacific is to build from Echo through i Emi...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 29 August 1910

J aI i 1P I j THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 29 1910 3 1 If EAL ESTATE 11 FOR REAlLIEARGAJINS CONSULT ThESE COLUMNS j J2000 WILL buy northwest corner I J 24lh and Jackson 75 12x118 12 feet j F Parsons Broom hotel 81S12L 1 lt 12500 PER LOTYour cholco of two I I or more of 28 lots in Nevada addi t tion J F Parsons Broom hotol I S2Stt ALL OR any part of 6 acres fine fruit 01 garden land In 12th street dis trict fine water right terms If do sired J M Forestall lll 1st Nat I Bank bldg 891 mo = UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910 Mountain TlmeJ DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DEPART Express ror tho East I 7W txm 1C To Salt Lalco 0W om I II Salt Iaka Paasongor 1245 pm Atlantic Limited cast 16 p m < Atlantic Mull east GrW pm I Orand Junction Kxprosa CiJ jn ARRIVE S Ogden Passenger 1115 n f rel1 J Limited from cast 2 5 pat I Chicago Ex from cant 33J pm 1 Ogden Express 330 pm I 11 Local from Sanpeto V10 pm 1 Utah and Cal xprosn 1320 am UNION PACIFIC R R CO Thf I No l Kaotbo...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 29 August 1910

I n 4 I I I u THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 29 1910 THEATRE Both Phono 323 I Biggest Show Ever In Ogden All This Week I LOIE FULLERS BALLET OF LIGHT i I j CAPT GRUBERS EDUCATED I ANIMALS j Introducing the Largest Trained Ele phant In Existence MARION MURRAY CO In The Prima Donnac Honeymoon PRINGLE AND WHITING pAuL LA CROIX S THE TWO DENNIS Klnodrome Orphcum Orchectra Matinees Wednesday and Saturday I 10c 15c and 25c Every night 10c 25c and 50c I Children arc invited on the stage at the matinees to feed the Elephant I SMITli CASE i GOES VER 0 A DAY The case against John Smith and i E A Smith proprietors of alleged i Klophant gambling hall on Twenty I fifth street was continued this morn Ing hy Judge Murphy of the municipal I I court until tomorrow morning at 10 oclock I In anticipation of tho session of the I trial a large crowd had congregated I In tho court room this morning and I the announcement or postponement was a disappointment to the waiting I throng Rev Elde...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 29 August 1910

t 0 nu c + h I I 1 r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 20 1010 ry ocsr k c a 4 NION LABEL a N STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS ind Phone two rings No 56 0 Boll Phone No 322 ti BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phono one ringNo 56 n Bell Phone one ringNo 56 nt In Inu RANDOM JEPERENCES i We sell ho Huts of Huch noted makers as Dunlap Hawos and Stet son There are no better hats FRED M NYE CO Call Allen pnoncs 22 for carriage for funerals and operas Private calls t specialty Also prompt doiSvory of mt USI1o 412 25th Ig Get your Union Pacific nnd Oregon aJ Short Lino tickets at the offlco In thu t Opera Houoo Block Dont force your ail to stand in lino nt tho Depot Dr A W Heltlcr the young dontist 1i who underwent an operation at the t Ogden General Hospital for appendi citis three weeks ugo Is at his homo U and is roported to be convalescing 3 rapidly n r For SaleOld mats Good to put under carpets Inquire Standard office WANTED Clean whlto rags at the Standard Advertisers must have thei...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 29 August 1910

J lr I ti G t6trt y I i 8 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEn UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 29 1910 i ii i Fanciest Elberta Peaches Bushel t SL9O 1 Best Tomatoes Bushel i 1l 60c Evtrything for Pickling and s Preserving Always Lowest AT I THE SMIFH GROCERY I 26TH AND WASH IND PHONE 1163 BELL 91 t I JII I M I flOOD ROA Sj I OELATES I I i I NAMED I 1 E The chairman of tho hoard of con i trol of thu InterMountain Good Roads t I association has received notification I of the appointment of the following I dolegates in addition to those under I date of Aug 10th Brigham City Utah H S Larson Leslie Nichols John C Knudson John D Peters John P Christensen Logan UtahHenry G Ha ball i John Quayle Thomas Irvine A E Crannoy S O Stophens Commercial Boosters Club Logan Utah Thomas Smart Pro o Utah W M McCullougb L O Taft J Wni Carter Myron C New ell M E Wakollold Boise City IdaboS E Barnham Sand Point JdnhoR G Prlchard I Frank J McBride J F Reyinond B S Defenhacb Al Fllson St Anthony IdahoJas G Swlnn W D Parker Dr D L...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 29 August 1910

I 11 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 29 1910 I THIS FALL r WITH ONE OF OUR FALL CROWN PIECES IT WILL BE A FITTING TOPPING OFF OF THAT NEW SUIT A HAT MAKES OR MARS A MANS AP PEARANCE IN OUR sToCK YOU WILL BE c ABLE To SECURE ONE Of THOSE HATS THAT COMBINE GRACE GOOD TYLE AND REAL BE coMINGNESS AND A HAT THAT ALSo COM BINES THESE FEATURED WITH A REASONABLE I 1 PRICE AN INSPECTION WILL PROVE STETSoN HATS 4 NO NAME HAp 3 GLoVES NECKWEAR SHIRTS ETC FOR THE i NEWoUTFIT I I WatsonTanner I Clothing Co 376 24th I RANDOM I I FEBWCES Continued from Pago Five Wo have tho exclusive agency In this market for the celebrated Dunlup the Hnwes Hats Tho beat Hats that over covered a mans head FRED M NYE CO EXCURSIONS NORTH via Oregon Short Line Sopt 3rd and 17th Se cure tickets and full Information at S City Office 2514 Washington avenue W H Bancroft general manager of tho Oregon Short Lino loft yoatorday afternoon for a business trip to Chi cago Madame Sawyer is pleased to noti fy her f...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 August 1910

I i r I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY AUGUST 30 101Q I I BRUMILTOP1 ADVERTIS11 i Editor Standard I notice in the morning Standnrd of Annual 23 two cditorinlP which appeal ic mo aa befng something now I In ihe edltorlallcld of Ogdou name ly Why not advertise and Colt I man and Idaho Kails Tho first editorial i rurniahos a basis on which a considerable can bo writ I ten and r will touch ou a fow points Ogden noods advertising more than any other place In tho United Stales a low references arc sufficient to provo this assertion the fruit Inter ests of Ogden and adjacent country If located elsewhere would IKS suffi I cient to build a city of considerable size na procn from the fact that Grand Junction not having as much land adjacent thereto or as desIre able climate has by persistent adver tising built up a small city and has increased tho price of land to from one thousand to two thousand dol lars per acre much better land with good water right bettor climatic con ditions be...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 August 1910

< < 0 u c h 1 y 1 1 lJ J LET YOUR WANTS BE r v WEATHER FORECAST I J1 KNOWN IN THE I t 1 J I INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE EVENING STANDARD WEATHER WILL BE GENERAL I LY FAIR TONIGHT AND JQOMOR I ROW I i i Fortieth yNo 208 Price Five Cents 1 OGDEN CITY 0 UTAH TUESDAY EVENING AUGUST 00 J9JO Entered us Second Claec Matter at the Potot tie Ogden Utah fIRE fiGHTERS Of fOREST SERVCE I PRASEO BY THEODORE ROOSEVtl I I r Hen Who Rave Risked Their Lives Battling I Against the Flames Are as Brave as the I I firemen of Big Cities = = = Crooked Politics and Crooked Business Condemned I I j i < I j i 1 i t tf 11S S fir i 1 + I Y + 1 ink 4 at I DT slG OIT OITi r r Gdl rdeo c 3 I gtl A r lflatr atr 1 J < I f I i Denver Aujr 30The Roosevelt special train with Col Roosevelt for mgr Secretary of the Interior James R Garfield and former Chief Forester Gifford Pinchot and a party of news papei men on board left for Pinchot antI a party of newspaper men on board left for Pueblo today at 745 am e I ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 August 1910

p I I < I r 01 Q THIS EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY AUGUST3 U w I aua z LEVER r t HAYS HAIR HEALTH NEVER AlLSTO 1 I RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS NATURAL COLOR and BEAUTY Salltfy YtKndf tj Wnf Km jor a SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE Cut this ndvout and moll with your nareo and addrcte and 10 cents to PHILO HAY SPBCIALT1E3 CO f 30 Clinton 3t Newark N J USA CULLEY DRUG CO 2479 WASH WM DRIVER SONS 2453 WASH BADCONS PHARMACY 2421 WASH i Remember r Our store number is 2453 S Washington Ave Our Tel i ephone number is 38 Our delivery system is J perfect 11 Our Drugs are the best I if quality money can buy It IJ is to your interest not to for get us when you want a pre scription filled Ii II WnI DRIVER SON I i DRUCO 2453 Washington Ave u I I t Ogdens Best Drug Store I rt q in r oI r h THE UTAIi NATIONAL i l I BANK i OF OGDEN r UTAH I i I OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY 1I i FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL I ANCES BUSINESS AND RE i SPONSIBILITY WARRANT I J E DooJy President Horace E Peery VlceProo i I Harold J ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 August 1910

r J I fW it J > yv 4 0 0 1J 0 Pt r OJ r 0 ii q r b i THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY AUGUST 30 1910 p I i flJA w E ST AT E t FOR REAl BARGAIINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS 2000 WILL buy northwest corner 2ltli and Jackson 7512x11812 feol J P Parsons Broom hotel S1S121 F12500 PER LOTYour choice of two 01 moro of 28 lots In Nevada addi tion J F Parsons Broom hotel S23tf < LL OR any part of G acres fine fruit T or garden land In 12th street dls f trlct line water right terms If do i I lrcd JJM Forriatall 114 lat Nat Hank bide S9lmo > l i I 4 U 1 r iE 1oc RRO for lf4 idg t1i evC N D I csg bars 1 1 cntlos uadP > y nd a his Is hIsthei g the iS cy 1tet1i tit b1 qfef5 t i 1t t 4 UNION DEPOT I TIME CARD EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910 Mountain Time DENVER < RIO GRANDE R R DPART CIExproat for tho East 700 am IOTo Salt Lalto 0fO am IZiSalt Lake Passoncor 121S pra I Atlantic Limited oast 255 pUI 4 Atlantic Mall caet 13 prn tjOrand Junction Exurea 01 t 11 ARRIVE S Ottden Passenger 1123 ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 August 1910

I I c THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAJIV rlUZ DAy r AUGUST 30 1910 i i I < co > r I AU1IDsft 31 ILasS SJay O 01lllf Clearance aneICZlDSeiJ 1 Is ljIDi Fall Opening amd Now Is VGIDiW I Opportunity to supply your wants at great reductions in all departments Every garment this seasons product Our loss I your gain Take advantage of following prices J I AH our 1jiOOIens Suits go for d r 850 All our 2000 Mens1 Suits go for 1175 All our 2500 Mens Suits go for 1375 All our 2750 Mcnssguits i go for 1475 All our 3000 Mens Suits I go for 1775 YOUNG MENS SUITS All 5 850 Young Mon6 I suits 475 i All 1000 Young Mens I I I oultB S 525 1J > Ions Pants 5115 I 200 Mens Pants 125 i i 2 50 Mens Pants 175 N I 350 Mens Pants 225 i 4RO Mens Pants 325 i 000 Mens Pants 425 MENS OXFORDS MUST MOVE I 3 00 Tan and Patents lost call 195 I r H By All Means Take Advantage of the Last Days Sale At oaors and Promo ers oS Low A trices I 2345 Washington Avenue l < v I c tJ I I kJnEtJf1fE i I Both Phonos 323 ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 August 1910

is 00 A z 7 f I I I I L l 73 3viiriT3 STAIIDAKD OG2L UWH TUESDAY AUGUBX su lUlU I j i I ii i 3 1 f I t i I j t 1 t 7 r i i if l F i m Vlofc tj1 I A use t I t oNUSL STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS j nd Phone two rings No FR Bell Phone No 322 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone one ringNo 55 Boll Phone one ringNo G6 RANDOM REFERENCES We soil tho Hats of such noted makers as Dunlap Hawes nnd Stet son There nro no better hats FRED M NYE CO Call Allon pnonon 22 for carriage far funerals and operas Private call t ipoclnlty Also prompt delivery of tagg3go 412 25th Get your Union Pacific and Oregon Short Lino tickets at tho office In the Opera Houso Block Dont force your self to stand In line nt tho Depot For SaleQld rants Good to put ondor carpets Inquire Standard office WANTED Clean whlto rnga at the Standard b Advertisers must havo their copy for the Evening Standard the evening be fore tho day on which tho advertise ment Is to appear in order to Insure publication It Is worth while to call 18...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 August 1910

I H 1 s THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY AUGUST 3U lUlU l WILTON LACKAYE In TiE AfiTLE I OGDEN THEATRE THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1 vr > Cr I I Margaret Lawrence Pleads With Philip to Disregard the Capitalistic Counsel of His I Father John J HaggletonPlayed by Wilton Lackaye Seats now selling Prices Lower Plo or 150 100 Balcony 100 75c 60c Gal lery 25c Box Scats 150 I I I 1 I I I i H I I SPORTS 11 II I I I I I I I Continued from Pago FIre j ii RESULTS HI BUTTE I BUTTE Mont Aug 29Thc 30 I day meeting the I > itte Jockey club came to an end today and Friday I a 14 day meeting with the horses at 11 the Butte track participating will I open at Anaconda Getaway day was II marked by an unusual number of long 1 shots winning Jockey Selden rode in six of tho seven races today get 1 ting In the money of each Results i First race Futurity course selling Binocular 107 Kederls S to 1 I II I won Camera 102 Denny 12 to 1 second Galene Tale 102 Selden J 12 to 1 third Time 11225 I Second raco ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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