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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 17 December 1910

1 I = = = I r n I 1 = < lnJ3 LVBNiflii STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SAUKDAY DECEMBER 17 1010 I I S 1 l ii 1 I2Qii iiI 1fT I tj 1if t i i 1 i I l M Nli j 5 3 I Ifi Times Flight Turned Backward SAGIE AN SULPflJ Made Her Look Twenty Years Younger Bend Mra IIcrricITo Sworn Statement 3 TATII oi New Yox ii E i CUNTT OK MoNAOkJ ROCHBSTBX NY NalKX A Ihrricl bclnc duly sworn dcpojeo and JLiy rm When 1 was a pirl hid o head of heavy Icoi d2k brown hC rfa < biovjn balr which wt the envy of my ochool vr 7 + DvKetnnd whfchnUtcteJ the nlteiitloa and rel lark Fl ttt ilnnra At I irrtvr old r hair commenced J my to lj il h come out Just a TRITe at lt but cridcally mote and 7 k mote and then Ivgsn to turn Cray I n Induced cy t CUllY P01 reports I had heard of Vdu J Snjcard Sulphur Hair llcmedy to try bottle My ft 4c e 4 hair WA quito IbID and gray when I IbclD t inz Sage 1 x ODd Sulphur ami ou eau lm ina4Inc oU jou r toy induction J7 I c44V wbca I found arO llt it wa > Sane cominc back to its t natur...

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. — 17 December 1910

e r I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDE11 OTAHSATURDAY DECE3VIBER 17 1910 l s j EL 1 II I Ilk r I I t I I fl i J r Ik p rk 1 j t I I j r y I I II i G w i I II r I t t I 1 I I Ii qiil I 4y t r i i Specials for Christmas 400 Sample Leather and Velvet HandBags at Manufacturers Cost 20 per cent discount on all Silver Sets Y 4 20 per cent discount on all Muolc Rolls y 20 per cent discount on all Postal Card Albums I 1t 20 per cent discount on all Cuff Boxes I I 20 per cent discount on all Manicure Sets 4 20 per cent discount on all Cut Glass i A 20 per cent discount on all Ornaments I 20 per cent discount on all Pin Cushions 0 20 per cent discount on all Jewel Boxes I i I o I Gents 50c Neckwear 35c g Ladles 75c Tinsel Scarfa GOc I I 11 Ladles 100 Tinsel Scarfs 89c I t Ladles 125 Tinsel Scarfs 105 J Book D2parJ men r11 r n i Gift Books extra special 10e Alger Books extra special 12 12c Elmo etc 25c 3125 SL t Boys Webster Edition 25c t GOc Buster Brown Happy Hooligan otc 39c 1909 Chatterbox C9c r ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 17 December 1910

J U 1 Part Two I THE EVENING STANDARD 4 I I Pages 9 to 16 f FORTIETH YEARNO 302 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING DECEMBER J7 190 PRICE FIVE CENT I J I r t r t t 1 y J to l I srAKJ1D OUT TO DIE BY TI1E MAYA b Cot JE i i E n ne D d Z i n s FEW weeks ago s 1 as I was sailing from Southamp v ton I stood at c r the ships rail z r 11 just as we were n l getting out into r the stream and on the doqk sec t ing some friends off for America apparently was a big darkfaced man the sight of rhosc visage sent a sudden startled I hrill through me I had seen him ncc only before had never known his name and yet owed him my life He saw me waving and heard me shout ing to him recognized me and saluted then was lost in the crowd Queer t wasnt it jet no stranger than the story of my first meeting with him I It was in 1902 that I came back from I Africa with about five different sorts of lever in me and I believe I should have died if I had remained in the north My physician suggested that I return to th...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 17 December 1910

= o I i t TUllE OGDEN STANDARDr t t I r 5 i ARTe t1IJtN AL > AND THE LrTING IVJlODEL Brief Idea Concerning the Club for Workers in the Divine Cause and Some Stories About the Women Who Pose for a Livelihood A 1fWt cstr A Birthday Party in the Tea Room Photo by Wildraan Magazine and News Service ICopjrlcbt 1010 b7 the New YorV Ilcrali Co All rtchts t < crroj IvT Is eternal but the day of the artist Is brief A nnd that of tbo model still more tloetlng To adjust conditions to their common advantage Is the purpose of the Art Workers Club the only organization In the world where artist und model meet Oil lomiuon ground In a lllllc more than a decade the club has acquired seven hunched members has settled Itself comfortably In a commodious house and has established various activities that tend to piomote the financial and social Interests of the members The club grew out of an incident the life class at the Art League In New Tork city Ltthc students the model was n model nothing mor...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 17 December 1910

r 1 f lrlH11E GJ IE N51f AN IT AIR II t 1 it r HOW THE DEMON I HUM J SAVED JACK ABERNATHY IF a Gun Fighter Had Not Bought a Flask of Whiskey 1 is and a Bit of Its Cork Had Not Clogged His Revolver 9 r t1 1 rf t A rt T r TTTJJ LT n1 I niieI JJ r s 11 J 1 < t b e fI r i8 p1 ma fhe Famous Marshal Would Have Dted tn a Duel i t Mfi tz iill 7 1 IM lR wT would be cllfllcult to plck out the most f adventurous happening in the life of Mar shal Abernnthy whose whole life has been one series of adventures The character of these can be imagined when it is said that since his appointment to office he has made more than one thousand arrests thirty pct cent of which were for murder and the majority of the prisoners were of the gen oral character of the desperate cilmluals and bad men of the West Dorn in Central Texas and brought up by his pioneer ranchman father on a ranch in Western Texas he has lived the full life of the frontier that merged tit last into tho rough and tumble civilization tha...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 17 December 1910

= t T I I CALENDARS When making your next purchase at our drug store kindly ask for beautiful calendar for 1911 lIMe DR W R I sor DRUG COm J Ogdens Best Drug Store 2453 Washington Ave k > c r1t THE DTAD NATIONAL BANK OF OQDEN UTAH OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVER FACILITY WIUCH THEIR BAL ANCES BUSINESS AND RE bPONSIDlLITY WARRANT J E Dooly Preoitfent Horace E Peery VlocPrco Jnrold J P cry VlcoPree Ralph E HOSQ Caohlor A V Molntooh Atnt CaoMer U 6 DEPOSITARY FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OGDEN DTAB Capital and Undivided Profits 027500000 David Eccleo Pre Q H Trlbo VlcoPree John Watson VIC Proa MJ3 Browning VlcePren John Plncree Cashier Jag F Burton Aent Casbtor CRIPPLED SHOE SPECIALIST No matter what they look like you will get them bock new In 15 minutes OGDEN SHOE REPAIR FACTORY 333 24th Street r PARKER COAL CO COAL AT THE YARD Grass Creek Lump 475 Rock Springs Lump 575 Rock Springs ut 550 Castlo Gate and Clear Creek Lump 525 Castlo Gate Nut 500 Castle Gate Mine Slack 350 GEO PARKER < or =...

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. — 17 December 1910

1 I t 8 Tfl1BO6DENSTANDARD jl 5i > i AK I 1C TIDE 0 U D QI BI 5 ET r I M ss S ASKETS reign in the realm of fashion today even to quaint old BASKETS fashioned forms in chinn and sll vcr for drawing room anil dining table Wherever n basket can be used for decorative and useful purposes one In certain to find some charming expression of art in basketry It Is in the boudoir and bedroom how ever that the basket attains to its utmost loveliness and where it expresses itself in I the greatest variety of farm is covered with the widest range of materials and I adorned with the richest ana most attrac tive embellishments It is the fashion to accommodate onos basket to ones surroundings so that u boarding school girl will select or make her glove ribbon pin hairpin jewel and what not baskets of materials that will not require time on her part to keep them free from dust The ultra elaborate has ketu arc for girls with maids to attend to their personal belongings Fashion decrees that every g...

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. — 17 December 1910

J cr e t 1r lHI IE CG IE N 51 A N 1A JRIIJ e j L rJ 18 r SYCHOLOGYjGUM CHEWING S I I I f 1 I t I r I i I r a a SUMMARY of Views on the Habit with Some Guesses as to Its Origin Its Causes and Its Effect4 1 4 AA 4A I He Stores Into Vacancy f Coc 1cbl 1010 In llw Sew York Herald Co All rixtits re rred1 Ill do Ainurlcuns chew 1l1l11 Did n Span lord cvur ride beneath the blue Andaluslan X skies with his Jaws belaboring defenceless parallin Hoe even the Mexican In that land of chick whence he conies delight to bestow In his ulicuks the quid of plastic resin True chicle as It exudes from the tree Is occasion ally subjected lo the molar batteries by nuts cs of thc province of Yucatan in the land of Diaz but taken nil In all It Is rather tasteless In Its aboriginal condition and Its mast leal Ion Is far from being a national habit Bnt shift the picture and the Yankee comes to the fore with rapid lire maxillary equipment moving to the rhythm nf he softening spruce This KCGIIK n gum chewing ag...

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. — 17 December 1910

IiI ii I I I r = = TLEIIEO6DEN 7 STANDARD t If 1 RE skirts to be wider Is the present exaggerated style of skirt A fo remain in fashion through the winter These arc momentous questions that every woman wants to have decisively iin Btvercd As it is there is a most disagree able sense of insecurity pervading nil ranks of life and there are but a limited number of women who are perfectly se cure and consequently sereno in mind justified by the knowledge that they are smartly gowned It is not because the I narrow skirl makes life and locomotion particularly the latter so dilllcult nor be cause it is so ungraceful and unbecoming i but on account of its not having been uni versally accepted ns the only smart model For the street the short trottcur cos tume the narrow straight skirt will un questionably remain in fashion for some time throughout the winter anyway but as has so often been said the skirt that It the skirts are to be wider for with the exception of the picturesque short danc ...

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. — 19 December 1910

a I J r I < I LET EVENING KNOWN YOUR i STANDARD WANTS IN THE v BE t1et F U A nb O4 THE WEATHER WILL INDICATIONS BE GENERALLY ARE THAT FORECAST FAIR THE WEATHER TONI GRT t FORTIETH YEARNO 303 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING DECEMBER 19 1910 Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice Ogden Utah I II MOST SASIROlIS XPLSN Of l ri GAS AND DYNAMITE IN NEW YORK CDii 1 I i Thirteen Persons Killed and Fifty Injured When an Electric Power House Is Des = troyed = = = Trolley Car lifted in the Air and Dropped on Loaded Automobile cow York Dec 19 Thirteen per sons lost their lives fifty were Injured and a thousand people badly shaken up In an explosion of car lighting gas tanks and dynamite in the new six story power station of the New York Central railroad under course of con struction at Fiftieth street and Lexlng ton avenue today Nine bodies have been recovered and the bodies of four workmen are beliovod to bo In the wreckage A trolley car filled with a dozen hghsuhoo...

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. — 19 December 1910

V T THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 10 1910 V erKootH + I + IH ri + IIIH + j HZiS v Hli + H rJ + I Marxian Club Socialists JI V 9 3 > VV i t EDITORfAU i COMMITTEE Questions concerning Socialism x i V Hllliard feiiBwercd Address all coiumunlca y V A Kate S Pacific tions to Howard Hall 27S3 2 Eugene A Battcll t t I avenuo V 7 Howard Hall + 4 m M1HIii IH V V VI + Ht + t t r + HHH + THE ANGEL OF DISCONTENT T V the When tho world was formed and morning stars Upon their paths were sent V I Tho loftiestbrowed of tho impels was V named V 4V Tho Angel or Discontent And he dwolt with man In caves of tho hills V WVV Whore the crested serpent Bttngs V shewolf And tho tiger tears and the V howls r And ho told of better things ri V And ho led man forth to the towered I V town V V f V And forth to the fluids of com i V And ho told of tho ampler work ahead For which his race wan born rr V I And ho whispers to men of those hills V V ho sees 0 In the blush of the golden west V And ...

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. — 19 December 1910

T I 1Io H Y > t r = zL i 1 7 = L1 PR I I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 19 1910 3 f J i OLDEST P AN I IN enURCD i DEAD Nathan Tnnnor Sr Mormon church man frontiersman nnd pioneer of Vtah died at the ago of 95 years at the homo of his on Stewart Tanner In GiKnger Saturday night Tanner Is said by his children lu have been tho oldest living member nf the Mormon church Tanner bad been falling for three months Tho cause of his death was i rarilysla and general debility Tho funeral will lo held at tho Granlto stako houso tIt noon Tuesday with i burial In tho City cemetery here Apostlo Fraocla M Lyman a neph ew will likely he ono oEr tho speak crs Tanner was born in Greenwich I Washington county N Y May 14 815 lio Joined tho Mormon church at iho ago of 1C years and from that time until his death was a faith ful worker for his faith and Its peo ple In 1834 ho enrolled as u mem ber of Zions crmp which thon had I ROO members and for many yearn hu was tLo only survivor of t...

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. — 19 December 1910

THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 19 A Wqr Eimwtg tatthttth An Independent Newspaper j ESTABLISHED 18700 fI ti PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY WILLIAM GLASMANN t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE f BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY r Dally Every Day 1 Year 600 Dally Every Day G llonths300 Dally Krory Day 3 Mouths150 Sunday Only I Year 200 In Ogden City by Carr ler 75 cents por month For Information concerning city subscriptions telephone 10 tlio city I t circulation department Both Phonos 50 J 7 THE HERALDREPUBLICANS HERYE L For some time but only since the election the HeraldRepublican has been telling the people how high the price of coal is The Stand I ard and Examiner however handled the coal barons without laves efore the election but now comes the HeraldRepublican and says I the Standard and Examiner are falling in line To be exact it says Glasrnann gets In meaning that we arc getting into the Herald Republicans band wagon The facts are the Standard and Examiner ...

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. — 19 December 1910

t ri J J j r V I Ii r r J THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 19 1910 yrj hrai JATh7 AND LOUNGNG = ROBES Nothing yas over shown in Ogden to compare with these I L d4 Every variety and every price the best and lowest possible Bath robe comfort can be yours if you come here 4Io1 j Tile TOtJoery f I YOUR STOrtE II 0 < VUAl < l i I I I 1 t f t to I Youll Fee il Proud I Indeed of that last winters skirt or suit if you will have us dry I clean it Your garments or fa brics will always be returned to you in faultless condition if you bund them to the 0dn Steam Laundry 437 25th St I 3THEATRE Both Phones 323 One of Those Good Show IDA ODAY COMPANY In CINDERS FRANK MORRELL The Slngng Minstrel SPESSELL BROS CO Tho Continental Walter CLIFF DEAN CO Presenting the Play lot I A CHANCE FOR THREE MILCH SISTERS In a Refined Musical Act PAUL FLORUS Xylophone Vlrtuooo KINODROME Novel and Entertaining Motion Pictures ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA WE WANT YOUR HORSE To show tho benefits of good feed...

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. — 19 December 1910

p r uE EVENING STANDARD t OGDEN UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 19 191o nr r sl f > 1I j I Traveling Accessories I MAN traveling is judged largely by the richness A of his luggage Men know this well and a gift of such refined traveling accessories as we show not only add to the impression ho desires to make 1 but also to his convenience in transporting his necessaries comfortably SUIT CASES 2 TO 25 HAND BAGS 150 TO 25 FRED M NYE C03 THE HO ME OF GOOD CLOTHES f USEFUL GiS L7 AJ < l HOLIDAY REDliC1IHNS Russian Marmot Fur Sot 2250 value 1650 1 Brook Mink Set large muff 25 00 value 1750 Jap Mink Set largo muff and collar 3000 value 2500 Black Broadcloth Coats full satin lined 425 value 1300 Childrens Cloth Coats colors cardinal and brown sizes 10 nnd 12 years 450 value < < 250 Silk Stockings colors pink blue grny and white 2 00 value Jj > 175 Choice selection of imported neckwear and handkerchiefs i i TIlE M M wYKES CO I t I 1 I iI I I DEATHS AND I i FUNERALS J I ELLA HAWKINS I I Th...

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. — 19 December 1910

r 1 r i4 r < L II I t 1 1W i u d = i iw llUW i I You can picture his joyous Christmas morning like the above 1 if your gifts to him are of the same nature o e A few of the gifts that please every manNeckwear none of e the holiday kind here kid gloves fur lined gloves driving I P gloves silk and Hole sox collars shirts bosom and negligee tic o d clasps cuff links scarf pins dressing robes hankerchiefs pajamas I b If youre looking for an inspiration as to what to give call Watso here = Tailer Clothing Co 375 Twentyfourth Street Where the Clothes Fit RANDOM RANDOMf REFERENCES Continued from Page Fivo1 Marriage License A marriage li cense has boon Issued to William II Miller of Plain City and Mrs Mary Singleton of Ogden Div W J Browning corner Twenty fifth and Grant over Carrs drug store 522 Bell Fire In a holSlx hundred chil dren were marched safely Into the open while flames were leaping from the school house in Rexburg Idaho today Tho building was destroyed Ermlnie at Provo Opera ...

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. — 19 December 1910

t I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 19 191u tiS h r t BAKING POWDER Q 1 J i Greatest W < F of modern time helps to perfect cooking Makes Biscuit i Cake Pastries Crusts Light DeKcious Wholesome r Best families world over use if yf t C I 1 J e I > h 1 1 yri f 1 GOULD TO PUT I ON fAST TRAIN I It appears that the Harriman sys torn ot railroads will have to come Into I r competition with a transcontinental I I limited train that will noon bo operat i I ed over tiro Gould and tho Burlington I I systems An announcement to this J I effect boa recently been made in the i East EastThe now limited will bo a palatial 1 I train making tho Chleagoto SamF ran Cisco run via tho Burlington Denver I Rio Grande and Western Pacific i railroads This new train it is I I claimed will bo placed In operation I i about the first of the year I I Another entrant on tho contest for i honors in tho matter of superb trans I I continental passenger trains will l probably bring about some deci...

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