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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 31 December 1910

I r I L 1 I e TEOqDENSTANDA D 1 j j i n I 4tt11 l 0 < H E Y 0 u N G G 11 L r < i 4 rlr t fl T t i c J 1 I ArJD F DOG ftl I IJJt I 2 < I r r C L l < L J1 < L I r 1 1 J J j L l I I n I m I t w I I s t CI c Miss Natalie Frost with w l Admiral Togo Photograph by Jessie Tarbox Bcili T Is Impossible to bo really smart nowa days without owning sown kind of n I dog He may be fi Pomeranian and he may be a poodle ho may be a toy span iel nnd hem tn a mastiff hut what ever Ins kind or whatever his kin lie must be the constant companion Indoor and ont an ever present friend in times of loneliness At thc moment the smaller dogs arc most in fashions favor Tiny huff colored Pomeranians diminutive King Charleses all tin various breeds of toy dogs and then If the sturdier canines are really pre ferred there are the ever adorable Boston bulls with their ugly snub noses and their dear Deter failing devotion and loyalty Airedale terriers Scotch terriers and the great Russian wolfhounds a...

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. — 31 December 1910

f e I 1f JH IE d 0 G D IE N f S I A N D A IR D Jr i3 j r I HOW IDNEY DBAET I I I BROUGHT H 0 MEi e fISH 111 1I11E Was Somewhat Delayed in Reaching Home and What r i f Happened in Between Being a True Story and Not an Ex t cuse Must Be Set Down Among Unusual Adventures h I t Let Him Help with Tackle and About the Deck as if They Were Glad to Have I Him Aboard photo Copjrncht J91Q by Edwin Levick Tr i rl 1 0 HIT hero of this adventure is a welltodo Tiff of New York and well known in tho Middle West where his ancestors Bottled early in tho eighteenth century Tho story is much more effective when he tolls it in his own characteristic style but a limited cir cle of friends and such a vast army of unfa miliars as this newspaper would bring him naturally enforce a sensa of modesty and tho gentleman accordingly refuses to have his identity made public The story therefore is written as one of mokcbelievc and rather gains by tho process Cooirlsbt lOll by tic Now Yorl Herald Co All debts rcscr...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 31 December 1910

U 4t J I 1f IHIEI 0 QG IE STANDARD j I I I C t iif i l t N 1 r GAEKWAD ril per r ICI I I J f r 15 hEADED fO B OADWAY r z f E Owns the Most Famous Diamond Necklace in the r World Has Solid Gold and Silver Artillery to Guard His Palace Holds the Power of Life and Death Over I Three Million Persons and Is Training His Heir at t to I f t t a I 1 III1S Harvard Cf t f i t Lt fit SJ s i del I r t i rill i arm t1 r Klln = i 2 11m l P f Oopjrichl JflO hr the Srw VorL Herald tV XII rlebts rtMrrcd Nlxx Yom Saturday ALIAUAJAIf Sit Sajljl Kao Jackxxai Sena Khar Kbel Shamshei Ilahadur of Biro < la Is M on his way to Hroaday and Incidentally to xlslt his son the Prince Jalsliurno Cull near who is a reshiuin at Inward t The young Prince now about twenty jeais old is Installed In a sumptuous suite of rooms In upper Westmorely COM it one of the most exclusive outside dormitories lie IH heir to uu annual Income of home thing like 12000000 yet he Is considered extremely democratic and has n large nu...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 31 December 1910

i r e T1 T E iJrCG E 5 TADAIRB c I 1 i PAR IS FASHIONS n I s White Voile and Lace Tcs Gown Photo Copyright 1011by IlcatliDgcr delusive Copyright lOll New York Herald n BY MRS A T ASHMGRE IIE nbsolute necessity of the tea gown in the fashionable outfit T I of today is well recognized and the woman who does not include two or three at least in her sea sons wardrobe is either terribly economical or a very poor manager It has been well proven that wenr the itreot gown in the house is a great mis take and a great extravagance ns well for the house wear is far harder for the street gown which besides is made of materials quite too heavy for indoor wear The tea gown is also an aid to economy when the smart house dress is concerned for it can be made elaborate enough to take the place of the simpler style or din ner gown and for home wear is fnr more I I Dlact Yctsct Gown attractive than a more elaborate recep tion gown or the half worn gown of the preceding season Thero arc j > o many d...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 2 January 1911

H v 1 fci .. w i.ri 'H JpET your "aMtTJe" f kA.jlh4fctfftl f&4tf'ttJmn PwSerecaH m known iM the 1m I I w 1 111 1 1 1 11 1 84 1 t -I If 1 1 An 111 ijKE indications , mCnn v.T,ATmB: rH m -l !r vM ELx JLm.JLALI I Ba RE. I inTr 1 ti J6 1 H B. la Jfl ,1 II Sfe. wm be generally -ijliR tonight;! BBH EVENING STANDARD ; fj-lX'fJ "!l ff V b,fPfVty V colderInkSethpoeti tomorrow H v.n.Li.iv.1 jlNUKU '. - - -r -v If yy ' - " "-v ;FAIR WITH RISING TEMPfiiAOTRE. JL X- . y j . .. . , ""ssrt-5 " v- -ijr VH ORTY-FIRST YEAR-flo. lPRfCE FIVE gEftTS OGDEN CITY, UT&H, MONDAY iEVEMiNG, JANUARY 2, Jjj ffB Enfered a7s3fajSi7the Postb'ffbfi&oden Utah tUllltf Klack Beit of Crudty ' in the Southern 1 B States I H New York, Jan. 2. Certain sccuons Hr the Sotitbem states are called J'the H'.tck belt of cruelty," In the inaga Hino of the American Society foithe 'rpvcntlon of Cruelty to Animate? .is Hud today. The bulletin take-up H'c slaughter of birds for millinery. Ht ays in part: frj, H The strict ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 2 January 1911

Y '' V '"" 'j? " - "" A THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDET, U!TAR MONDAVT JANUARY 2, 1911. ' L "M b1 bbBBBBBBB 2 j.. j- . . ;' - - 1 : vr W BbI nNK'W-i" LEATHEt GluefW in the Solef ' H QjSfres is the " Latest ; BBj Washington, Jan. 2. Kraudutcna I BB "loacjfns" of leather hy glocuse nidi BBj other articlos Ir helng practiced to fa1 J groat (.'Lxont, to the groat detriment H of Iha lower quality of shoos, accortf?; J ins"to tho' Information laid before con H cress by Dr. Wiloy, tho chemist of the H leiiartmont of agriculture. Dr. W'Hoy - LV gathered a collection of Bamplca. HtfV V'f this loaded leather and has pro- J b nouncuil the work a simple fraud. j "especially Is sole leather loaded," PPPB said Dr. Wiley. "Glocuse addE to the PPPPJ -weight of the lonther, and of course,. PPPPJ ,- when you go out into the wot and PPPB J fnow, tho glocuse ruuK out and the PPPP J water runs into Its place. There PPPp, ought to be sonio law to prevent the PPPP i practice." L I LOS ANGELES AVIATORS H' CAUT...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 2 January 1911

fHf H ' V ) ' i H NEW ORLEANS, Jan. L-That H John H. Molsaut believed himself i lopscnaWy safe in an aeroplane nn- ' ' j d"r and circumstances was made Htir Kniva tonight by Albert S. Lvin, Vh& connected with international nvlators.' 'j. , A feK days before his death'. Mois- H, ant said to Levlne: T'fW' "' hlnI: thcre is no danger In mak- H I Ins n" aeroplane flight if the machine H :yr : properly adjusted before the as HjfeJ, cent. I Jo not expect to die In an HT aeroplane flight.'' j ft oiher aviators and A. J. Moissant. I H I I rather of die dead man, believe Mols H I r.or.t- was dashed to his death onlv B 1 because something suddenlv happened H I to his machine and not because- of H I j,il"nanagcment. H Funeral Held Sunday Afternoon. H The funeral of the aviator tool: H I i lace this morning at 10 o'clock the H I Rev. James Malone, of SL John's Ca- M I (.-icdral. officiating. The body was H J placed In a receiving vault at Meterlo P H J -eusctery, whoro it will remain until ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 2 January 1911

HFt P" ' 'I w w bbbI V J 'lCHE EVENtNG STANDARD : OGDEN. D7AB. MftMPA?iJ--NUARY 2' 191t- (V . 1 '9- BBBBB HHHPdepeiident Newspaper ' "" PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT ,' SUNDAY H (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) ',flJ. '.. . LbbbbbbL TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. HA BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY. H, Dally, Every Day, 1 Year... $5.00 Dally, Every Day, CJlonlhS.. $3.03 . Hk Dally, Erory Day. 3 Months. . $1.50 Sunday Oiilj. I Yen. . . . & .$2.00 H In Ogden City by Carrier -"-i untuj. 7 HB For Information concerning city subscript I -1'jhpui' 3o tin city Bcirculatlon department. Both Phones 6C. B THE NORTH AND THE S?UTI. H A correspondent nsks whether the Northe"n or Southern states Hnave increased most in population in the last- left ydffr. H There are divisions of the North that hare exceeded other Hscctions of the South, and the reverse is true. H The New England states increased 960.004 ; the Middle Atlantic, Hp,861,214; the east north central states, 2,265.040; the west north Hcentral st...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 2 January 1911

lK TEE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1911. "Bfc, ' .H J : HIS INJURIES I Q " ' ' I j . rtr surviving almost a week with ?"Ufj holo through his body near j tfc m, hV. lhc '0UnS man wh "hot IlP ilm.rff 3 b0 Sflt n U bCnCh ln th" !?if r SrV Inst Tuesday evening, die 1 vl frnm ftc-cffccrs of the Injury at the TiTlfforIal hospital about 2 o'clock M mPrnins- .9 yn (onnecllon with th man's death V ., vu discovered that his name was m KoTiSib0 George ApopaKir. Instead of 9 TohD W""tln as 1,e tn,tl tJ,(? I'ollce on 9 "th D!ght of the tragedy, and that he (J was a Greek Instead of a Russian. VI Ano""8 rcascm for misinforming Ml fV0 officers Is not known Iji- flic discovery of the man's risht 9 noce s n,ade trough a letter fft wycb be wrote to his father in Ath H W cn& Greece. This also proves another I )V fii:lciioa from the J'ounp man, for I Jl B be'stated lnHt uo hnd no living rela- 'inflilwv tlrca. Apopalar wrote tho letter on U V sjturdfiy. realizing Lhat he coul-1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 2 January 1911

H0B BT JTHE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, JANUAUY 2, 1911. - VH Hr T J. Wl5jJtS. .1, I .Z OTUBB9RI)T CINDERELLA , A vllfjJi JL'I I I RANDOM I REFERENCES H COALI COAiLlI COAL1H H Never undersold- Aaaci Fnrr Coal 1 Co. 15G 24. Bell. 2G6. Intl. HI. M Hl Buys Sand Ridge Property Satur- H day Hyrum Johnson of Eden nnrchas- ed of J F. Parsons a trace of land H ou the Sand Ridge, southwest of the Hj city. The tract contains 41 acres, Hj lyins between the Oregon Short Lino HL and the old Utnti Central railways. B x. Tv price paid was 54,100. The ground B Trill be cultivated next spring, the H Intuition tioliicr to ultimately turn It Into' an orchard. H Fresh Castle Gate and Rock Spring H $5,25 delivered. Phone 27. John B-v ) Korean Found Dead Saturday f" night, nt the Fashion rooming house on Twenty-fifth street, between Grant and Lincoln avenues, S. C. Chang, a M ' Korean, was found dead! In n hath H tnb. It In presumed that Chang: was Hl seized with cramps or hvart failure Hl whi...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 2 January 1911

B"Bp THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1911. 7 . 'H Hl "Jpst Say" HORLICK'S H If Means H Original and Genuine K MAtTED MILK B ' The Food-drink for All Ages. HP More healthful than Tea or Coffee. Hv Agrees' with the weakest digestion. H, ( Delicious, invigorating and nutritious, H ? Rich mill:, malted grain, powder form. H j A quick lunch prepared in a minute, H ' rake no substitute. Ask f or HOPyLICK'S. f y&T Others are imitations. I ! You'll Feel H Proud H . , rndeed of that last winter's skirt Kf Iflfef or suit if you will have us dry K " clean it. Your garments or fa- 1 brics will always be returned to j you in faultless condition i you Wy send them to tho Hi Ogden Steam Laundry H . 437 25th St. M , Anottier fAAf I M - Drop In IPiiJLii Hj ' Big Saving In Fuel Line. H( ROCKY MOUNTAIN LUMP. K pL75atyard W THE UTAH NATIONAL W BANK H OF OGDEN, UTAH Hl I OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVERV Hl FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL- H' I ANCES, BUSINES3 AND RE- H I SPONSIBILITY WARRAN...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 2 January 1911

H - HB EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1911. ' m- V ""r- . Ji i A jjH H a I -3&r. i t"M- ll H " willing nssiBtant In the chanibor of ' H sickness, and comforter In the bouse H of mourning. H "He was a devoted friend of educa- V tlon, and for many years was presl- Hf dent of tho school board of Ogdcn, B and will be long remembered ns the H ardent and intelligent promoter of tbe H plans and affairs that hao made our H schools second to none In the coun- "Ob there are monuments, Invisible i but Influential, that will last and bo H felt when the monumeuts bullded or H brass and marblo shall have mumbled H under tho heavy hand of tlmo and bo H forgotlen. Nlnovah, the greatest and H most lnioortant city 0r antiquity, has H lonp since melted in the consuming 1 furnancc of the centuries, and oven Hj tho site It once occupied Is now In H dispute, but the traditions of its arch- H lecture nnd Its sculpture still inspire H ;he henrt and mind and hand of tho j 'So it Is wi...

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. — 3 January 1911

PRsQiAEEIglCHivCENTS -QODJN CTY, UTAH, TUESDAY EVEN.NG. JANUARY 3, ' ' SIaS J. U fTrain Held Up, One: Man Killed and I POSSE? OUT IN EVERY DICTION m TO GET TRACE OF THE BANDITS M BetectivAoId to the Theory That the Rob m J rs m j Made Their Way Back to This HL CitjBAreNow in HidingDead B lJmUj Brought Mere H BklW Train H VIth a datnBrunsurpasJc oren Hf lu tho frontier dfftys of cri;, two H men last night Ticld-uXln(1 rtoed the f Oterland Limited trainwn, tie South- V oni pacific at Reese, ninow'a vest H ., ff this city, and havo apparently Esde K.. Cfl their escape, leaving behind themi H W arceI' a clew U their identity. B W ,n addition to robbing tie passeu H w gor's of tho train, the robbers shot f and instantly Wiled William Davis, H a colored porter of one of the Pull- H man sleepers, and -wounded A. W! V Taylor, also a colored porter. Tho j Iioldup men wero armed with short- M barreled rifles and were masked. M Tney woro plain dark clothes and H. "ore their slouch hats pulled ...

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. — 3 January 1911

A i tW EVENING STANDARD : OGDEN, UTAH. TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1911. Pj r MYSTERIOUS DEATtjl I OF YOUNG eOOPLE H CUMBERLAND, Md., Jail. 2. Tho H mystery of the death of Miss Grace H Elosser, of this city, and Charles E- H Twlgg, of Keyscr. "U". Va., her fiance, fl appears as deep today as it did ahort- Hj ly after the bodies of the couple wero Hj found In tho Elosscr residence Satur- H daw Twigs and Miss Elossor were H to havo been married last night. Tho H result of tho examination of candy and Hl chewing gum found is attracting great 1 The theory that the gum may have I LOS AN GELES" I BIG AVIATION I MEET ENDS fl AVIATION FIELD, LOS ANGELES, Hj CaJ., Jan. 3. The second International Hj Aviation meet hold here ended today H without tho eclat that marked the H - close last January of tho inaugural H i meeting at Domingucz Held. The sor- Hl j row and gloom created by the tragic H I death of Arch Hoxey last Saturday H Htlll held its -weight upon both spec- H taiors and aviatiors and crush...

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. — 3 January 1911

H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1911. " - 'gS wHUI m SPHERICAL BrOONnlost H BERLIN. Jan. S-figX H loon Hlldcgrnnd. ?$! ff0m H ,V, city. last Thurttoj ltj a H passengers, who 'nnrf0rted. The H trip, hns not yet been report H balloon, when 1"' JLjc U and H in thP direction of the j jaltl sea. it Is the belief In avIaUon f cies a ' - that the airmen probaW came H grief in that sea. H CRUDE OIL COST YEARS. t HIGHEST IN Yfcno. H INDEPENDENCE, Kan-. JjJJ 2o H The price of all grade en on B was advanced two cenU a barrel nee H today by the Prairie Oil f G com H pany. making tho price cents, me B lilshett In more than three sears. I . fone Magazine j B" J and H " J One Newspaper H 3 arc SndlBponlable to eroxy j 1 " porson of iiitelL'ncc. g Hp The "one napizM- ii CORRENT D H UTERA7CRH. bfiiiuje It -' nP8 B H i Uicwhole field of llumttewbtanaac- H H tloti In both hcmlmtrcs. H It contains aUily itrleir of the N ' world's news; JB Hmu fro and "" H H t nentsontheBOiewM;"...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 January 1911

B. J ' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH, TUE3J1AY, JANUARY 3, 1911 . -M- jffl SHj? Etrwttttg 8tanftari H An Independent Newspaper H (ESTABLISHED 1870..) H PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY H (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. fl BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY. fl Jally. Every Bay. 1 Year... $8.00 Dally, Every Day. C Months. ..$3.03 H fcally, Every Day, 3 Months... $1.50 Sunday Only. I Year .... $2.00 H In Ogdon City by Carrier 75 cents per month H For Information concerning city subscripting, uioiihone to the city limitation department. Both Phoney 5G. H NEW" CONGRESSIONAL APPOET'lO'.ISHBNT. Many of the older states will lose congressmen in the new ro- H apportionment under the census of 1910, if the total membership of H the lower house is not materially increased. H The aim has been of late years to keep the house of representa- H tives from becoming too unwieldy and if that is kept in view in the H new apportionment, there will be considerable disappointment...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 January 1911

F THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1911. - fek , :Stl I EDITORIAL ""W...No. 322 I ' I RANDOM I REFERENCES I Slide, wore the ge1 V friends yesterday. want full weight Jots "" , xrornnlll c Eranston, was Thomas McCon" . ci Monday. ' a business Isltor In i" - ' .. hnno il. for carriages (Call Allen, pbne3o pryato calls for funerals and iog de5lvory of a specialty. Also prw bPKBage. 412 25Uu Oscar Luht s jl.UOr in the city from Nephl jesipw . WANTED-tfleaniUwragsattho Standard. 1 Train, DSS? gne ra tho past few fays qui to general throughout th intcrintata countirj f yesterday forenoon, n0' "rle "he" til S:30 ,t'clock last evening The ' Overland' limited fros the east and ' ' also otrfer trains froQlhc east were delayed Ecveral hour re3teraa . J &. Jacobson and l Voims were 1 nrnong the Brlgham rfcltors in the 1 city1 yestordny. i John T. Spencer a vJsltor In ! Ogdin jesterday from ftomonlon. W x Airs. Wheeler, of S&Ute City, is ! few "vlsjting with Ogden f...

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. — 3 January 1911

WT vflt-' Sv'' hS THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN," UTAH. TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1911, - .." Wl H f - ! ' I III! . . OUR GREAT , I JKL IyISD-WIN I ILK H II PSt. if IIILir W W v Jfec-M. ii Sis - iAwbMmr w uwi j' - I ijjMj. STARTS TODAY I I'feSK YOUR OPPORTUNITY I f.:iIP "TXDU know our policy, Sir. You know. I t I $ra?SlHfY that when January comes we always I i jifSI pP 1 ' Right away we start cutting prices on all our lines I (II JffilnfflS It of. Clothing. Men's and Boys' and Children's Suits, I ' ImiW' WWm 1 Overcoats and Trousers must go I H l.',S 'ijlM'lSin A- ine waY or Ycu t0 'ose e benefit of our I J :'7 fI"4?? "lraffflw I ' eringsw ke or yu to delay yur comng to our I r I P 1 JANUARY SALE I . . J?H U The best clcvhes we-have wi'l go right into this Sale. B jPjjj? There's plenty of winter weather ahead, but it's our I time for forcing sales. I FR F D M N YF CO H fTTaT,TTTT--rTrT-TW-T.ir''1" ' '"i ir "1 " "L ,ll,'"Brr,T,,,,,iagfBwpw wibiimiw i iBiiHiimi.i nmui.a miimw.mn.,ai -..-- , ,...

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. — 3 January 1911

H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1911. H H Nineteen Hundrod Eleven is started by this establishment with M heartfelt thanks to its many clients and acquaintances for their sup port during- the year Nineteen Hundred Ten. In return it wishes a year of prosperity and happiness to everyone. We will endeavor to merit your patronage during Nineteen Hundred Eleven by having full and complete stocks of the best that men can wear. WatsonTanner Clothing Co. H 375 Twenty-fourth Street. "Where the Clothes Fit." 1 1 RANDOM I REFERENCES M 'l (Continued from Pago Five) COAL1 COAIJ COAL! I J M ever undersold, Asael Fnrr Coal 156 2-1. Bell. 256.) Ind. 141. 1-1 H )uit For $234. The fcrlal of the case fl Nnpcrvillo Lounge dompany against H J. Herrlck was tnkfen up by Judge M ,vell this morning. ' The suit Is be- M prosecuted to recover $234, al M m )d to be due fop furniture. The M p was comniencort. in the municipal H 'ft, where the piulntiff was given a M fement in a siri sma...

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. — 3 January 1911

LLm JK s illf-! j fl Hfe -f' THE CTENING STAKDARV): OCfflEN, PTAH. TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1911. ' . . Ujf ' . 'H H WOOD HOLE, XXass, Jan 2 Ly- H In;; broads&Ic-to, on tlio Vineyard , H Sound side of Pasnue Island, one of H (tic Elizabeth group, in fop so dense H Umt life SJ.Vcrs dare not attempt to H rcsch her until daylight, an ucidentl- H Qed steamci wis discovered lato H tfi'a nlieruoon. Her presence was H :uadc known by -wireless signals. Tln H few winter InhaLviants of the Htilo H Island cov.ld barelj .make out nor form thiough the fog as she lay ou what 1 is known as the "ivavcyard." They could render no assistance as they fl had no way of rcaclting her. H Word was tclephct-cd lo the maln- H land and the revemw cutter Acnishnet H and the Cultyhung II Co suarcrs were H It Is thought thai (he cflstrcfised H craft Is one of the fleet of Bcwton H coal carriers, which usually go by way H of Vineyard Sonnd. HERE IS A REMEDY THAT' WILL M CURE EC2EMA ifl H "WE PROVE IT" H I WHiv wast...

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