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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 14 January 1911

Ml 'r L J pORTY-FIRST YEAR NO. 12-PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 14, 191116 PAGES Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice, Ogden, Utah jklie Two Holdups and the Men Who Acted as a "Fence" For the Robbers Are Now Under Heavy Guard at the City Jail Pete Murphy Is the Tall Mae and Wi Lewis is the Short One Who Did the Snooting Men Have Been living at 2417 Grant -Avenue Since P.ecemlier 21 Last Sack In Which Loot Was Carried and Two Grease-Splashed Overcoats Are Found Police Know Where the, Diamonds and Watches Ate Cactied-s-One of the Associates ol the Gang Turned Informer Great Crowd Attracted to the Scene, I the Arrests-Murphy and Lews Also Meld Up the 0O . JL Train Near Ogden. HOLDUPS MAKE NO EFFORT I'aietly Submit to- Being Saadcuffed When Surprised in Their Den and Quickly Enter the Patrol WagonLawJady Tells Of . tier Experience-Men Have Been "Batching" They Played the .. Ponies and Gambled After Their Lately Acquired Prosperity WHO THE MEN A...

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. — 14 January 1911

H n .. . il J 2 THE SVENII'u il ANT? AUD: OGDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1911. , '', , ,. Suny Monday is an ideal ! ; oap for washing flannels, .Woolens and finer fabrics, bc- - I cause it contains no rosin and I t j there is absolutely no danger Qj of shrinking; it leaves them I; ' as soft and fleecy as they were originally. I tvt ,addition to this, Sunny Monday Laundry Soap con- ; tains a marvelous dirt-starter which eaves time and rubbing, as well as wear and tear on clothes. I! THE N. K, FAJRBANK COMPANY L CHICAGO I " Jf0 M RS (Jr 'Wrh ' T our dissolvent Injection method, and healing X-t ' Clusters, 47 years ourinR Cnnecr, 23 vonrs Jn Is I Anccloa. Hundreds of references. Drout caj 1 ,CUREDWITHOUTW5 "J 1 s f"1 No Dov until cured. Written euanmtoo aB uioaehcuo. Prmvto Sanatorium, Lxtnccommo- M dittoes, woman attendant. CONSULTATION W . AND EXAMINATION FREE. Hours 9 to 3 i 6; Eundnj-a 10 to 12. Delays aro dangcroui 9 v DR- HICKOK, 233-23-1 Dryon Dlock ?' Co" 2d and Sprinc sta....

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. — 14 January 1911

i . . , . .. THE -EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, ITTAH. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1911. $ 111 T LEGAL. ." pl HI NOTICE. M i'fo the Stockholders of the Amalga jfl i mated Sugar Company; ' H i.'otice is hereby given that a meet rfilnf of tho stockholders of the Amal sj Jg" ted Sugar company will bo held JnM I ft the company's office, room No. 206' mEccIsb building, Ogdcn City, Utah, on aSathe 5th 'lay of November, 1010, at 11 iM o'clock r- m for the purpose of con M Bldcrlnj und voting upon tho followr ofl 3 ing pioposbd changes and aihend )XH Omenta to the articles of incorporation ' 'I 's comPan'' to-wit: '(M I Repeal article V and substitute in ' m I ,Ieu tuereof tno Allowing: "Article jym I V The authorized amount of the cap 's jltal stock of snld corporation shall be M if Four MHIion ($4,000,000) Dollars, dl fff I vldcd Int0 Forty Thousand (-10,000) ,2 3 shares of preferred stock of tho par jBvaluo of One Hundred ($100.00) Dol m I Iard cacn- Unless otherwise ordered J I by the Board of Dir...

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. — 14 January 1911

K - H,-iii----Ba",pif H : Jl? j 4 ' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1911. - ' ; I f& H ' - . . : ' "" Ml' III "HIM MM I I I I I 3 HI An Independent Newspaper 1v (ESTABLISHED 1870..) 'PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY I? " (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) t TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. f BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY. S!?i Jl017 Day' Year-- 56.00 Daily. Every Day, G Mouths... $3.03 j wwi7, Every Day, 3 Months. . .$1.50 Suuday Only. I Year $2.00 I In Ogdon City by Carrier 75 cents per month. 'f cIt-um JrmaUon concornlnp clt y subscriptions, telephone lo thovdty escalation dopartmonL Both phonos 66. , , . A SOURCE OF REGRET. i "The caucus vote, assuring the re-olection of Sutherland to the TJnlted States senate, brought forth a fulsome article in the Herald Republican, in which the senator was pictured as a sanctified If genius not less holy and gracious than John D. Rookefeller as seen by J John G. Milburn. The Salt Lake Tribune, evidently somewhat nauseated by...

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. — 14 January 1911

g? T E"-7i' n.ANr-D Qrniw T77"7 SATURDAY, JAI7UARY 14, 1911 5 R 1 1 , H . ""'wirc'sJ M HjiugjMiBiMiiiilldafHWMMIIIillBiM H ' I UNEQUALLED OAST-OBI GIHAlCQMPAKY 0F 100 SEATS NOW SELLIMS CHORUS SXNaERS-OOSTUMES-COMEDIANS I 1 E B llthi 1 li j& Ski b i laBaftaa I mi ;; jfj For a short time only. With every sack of flour pur- j f III I n case(i a t-e following" grocery stores, you will receive a full J 111 1 ze' -bounce can of I " HUNT'S PERFECT j I BAKING POWDER FREE If 8 i '' fl f l! known by all to be the best on earth. I Vfij ; ED. WILLIAMS & SON. lif 2 PETERSON & LANGLOIS, jj I 3 EVANS BROS, 0(1 j JOSEPH BINGHAM. " ' (Ml 3 J, F. MATTSON. :.' r, Hi $ FRANK R. WATKINS, -" :r. I 1 $ ' " Ifl i I Save the coupons found in each- can of HUNT'S PER- g toll C FECT POWDER, also their Extracts, as they are valuable in vl I I securing- Roger Bros. 1847 Silverware. Wto Catalogue list of premiums will be mailed to each pur- 11 ' chaser. 1 ' H HUNT'S PERFECT BAKING POWDER COMPLIES WITH...

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. — 14 January 1911

I ' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1911. , jK J TRAINS ARE !i AGAIN IN h ,., MOTION 9 f l ' hteh'nS fe? lnlx hours la . .cn no Southern Pacific nassonirpr I r?val or? e,du e was closcd b' e ar- Other lr'n Rt 7:22 lh,s omns. llkohr w ?KSn foowd and it Is Kr 1 6Ch0du,e wUl s00n- bG , in working order again. ft Btm-mT aph1 roports stlte that the forTh? f 5U.b3,ded and that "" track At S,nn JTn 'J"' ha8 been clea"d. of fnmJ S' thcro ro n feet Vt SnnX'c nt Trucke eight feet and i Lvv more thnn o feet. The ' Pin! ta "ed that the Western Pa i S,li Southern Pacific. East- hound Western Pacific passengers are I Sb ,DOd ovcr l0 tho Southern Pa- I cific road at Wlnnemuccn, Nov., be- ow. f tbo cont5aiied delay In the tracks f0nUei" cmPany's 1' I TiLEASAN-LlURPR,SE- ' I & Jllfis Bcsslo Lee was delightfully I surprised at her home 337 Twcntv- J fiecend street, Monday ovening, Jan- - R tiarj- 9, 1911, by the Third ward offl- ; I cors of the Young Ladies Mutual Jra- "3...

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. — 14 January 1911

' t . 'THF. EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1911. 7 . . . ? 1 ' Mere fSiey are . ."-: li; Xhose "out-they-go" prices that we inaugurate towards the I end of every season All our surplus clothing and overcoats 'I, that we have now must go out and now?s your chance to (I J' secure an overcoat or suit that's of the premier kind We. fi; hiven't ALL sizes but have ALMOST every on?. Perhaps HI lU3t one or two m yur particular size so don't deiay in seeing II ; what we offer If: ''' Ssifits 25 to SO per cent o3fi , 1 Overcoats 2 per eesnf 12 If 376 Twenty-fourth Street "WBiere She Clothes Fit" Sir jbctj ! II JJ1J.U- I mi ' 1-it.jnJ-m ill . .. j.u.iiu.1 m ii ii n i i r-a- I RANDOM REPERENCES i( i ' - 5 (Continued from Pago Five.) B Rummage sale, January 20 and 21. '! ; 115 24th St. . ) The Scottish Cronies cordially in- J : vite you to attend the Burns' anniver- , . sary celebration at Congress Dancing Academy January 25. Excellent pro l gram of Scottish, song and dance...

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. — 14 January 1911

I, ; S THE EVENING STAND AED.' OGDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1911. . o f- CELEBRATE THEIR J SILVER WEDDING I i I (Unuodrowpag0 fivc.) fe ' hhm S n V fcstoned with light fc I si In BSiin,CCCe and Ponda"1. Pln V ! lieht ,Sr(lle' M,SS Jun Scowcroft, "eswllne, Duchess lace, daintv ffi 14 Sii?IaC?:, MrS" GcopS avls. canary If' Bldand bl'o trimming, real ace, necklace; Mrs. r b Kaiser, im 1 cd'blnck "dc with green de sign, Venetian laco, diamonds; Mrs. It S:.,E- B.ri?to1' dotted cllffon. Pink mes- saline trimming, lace, headdress, sll- cr hand, pink roses and aigrette, dla- V"d nccldac and crescent; Miss LJda Boyle, tan taffeta, gold and Who ,fi embroidered trimming, necklace; Mrs I ,Loron Do,c. light blue messallne. laco yoke and sleoos, necklaco and lockot, forget-me-nots In hair, Mrs. J , l Hurst, old rose Aeolian silk, silver lace, cameo pin, ruby and pearl brace ; Jot; Mrs. I. L. Reynolds, will to laco I oyer light blue silk, pearl trimming, J diamonds. The Invited Guests. j The...

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. — 14 January 1911

Iji PartT '.- THE EVENING STANDARD ' iw iJ! I IJt FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO.' 2 OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY" EVENING, JANUARY 14, 191 ' "" : PRICE FIVE CENTS ' H i 1 ffi"3! b A West Point Heroff rafeslX' ' 'ffi I with the Boers. iHjhft Kw B r By CAPTAIN FRITZ "DUQUESNE." lS i?P 1 '.WiM JjtMMrikmWMiffst W MAGINE a man a little over six feet I in height, straight as an arrow, broad shouldered, athletic, with the steady step of a trained soldier, a pair of keen ! ' blue eyes, a splendid head covered )y a black felt hat, from under which jhowed black curls streaked with grey, If i blue military cut suit, and a right , arm that hung helplessly at his side Every inch a soldier. He looked it. find he was. for he was Colonel John I Franklin Bljkc. a guatc of West Point, an officer of the Sixth United ! States Cavalry, one time commander l of the Navajo Indian Scouts, and a if man with a record for fighting u amongst the fighter? in the Southwest 11 1 and along the Rio Grande t After making aft her...

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. — 14 January 1911

I I j Aprons for TCIfVF & fTf1tlfrC: ITflCI at Onfn A CfWTC SmocKs ; I 1 Housewife II By helen falco JJ Painter J j I ARE EASY I TO MAKE H Out of Lace Handkercidefs H or Gingham or Ghanibra3r H Most tJseful as Gifts HOW -wo used to long when wo wero children for the coming or the h glad day when onco and for nil H wo could cast off bondage, and cspe- H daily pinafores; but how soon after H our emancipation wo are planning Hj new and dainty evolutions of our erst- H while despised aprong to wear when H sewing or serving tea on the veranda, H when embroidering on tho terrace or H making rarebits and other challng dish H pets by tho glowing fireside of a wln- H tor's night. Like criminals, sooner or H later wo return to tho scene of our H crime not only to don pinafores, hut to H take off our once longod for trains Hl and trot about as in childhood in H skirts as short as wo dare. Instead of H an elaborate grown-up coiffure, we H again literally braid our tresses down H our backs o...

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. — 14 January 1911

rjajr H If If THEOGDEN STANDARD I fl fi C It-ET 5'- iT A MI LXI ON T I N G E R 5 I 'Hi M$IELD ln the Wkblike Maze of Whorls Those Im HI 9jf mutable Lines Which Absolutely Fix Personality, the III War Department Has Made Therefrom Some Re 1 1 f markable Identifications of Enlisted Men. Vfll f (Copyright. 1911. by tbo Neir York llorald Co. All rJchts rcMrrwl.l . ' yfl I " OME rcmarkable'lncldents have recently called fflM attention Ho the finger print system of Identifl- M 1 cation in operation in the War Department. fl With the record of every enlisted man flicre H ' is sent to Washington from the recruiting 1 ' office a series of ink daubs that fill the whole inside of H Im a page and appear at first glance fit only for the waste basket. To a layman or a mau trained in business affairs such n seeming lack of neatness would merit the In stant discharge of the subordinate who had forwarded the document. But to the officials of the War Depart ment these imprints have a vastly different...

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. — 14 January 1911

I f THE OGDEN STANDARD I I lEATH GRAPPLE' of A DIVER, and A DEVIL FISH i H MfJUEST of a Sunken Treasure Trove Led the Unsus- &(Lpecting Man to the Monster's Lair in the Hold of a H 5 Wreck Sixteen Fathoms Deep T HIS story, concerning ono of tho strangest and most desperate elnglo combats of H which thero Is knowledge, is ,one of tho best yarns of Captain Albert Hcrrimann, who H has now retired, after more than forty years of H activo seafaring, to Sailors' Snug Harbor, H Statcn Island. For some time after he gave up Hj running vessels in tho merchant marine he was Hj agent for the San Francisco Board of Marine Hj Underwriters. In this position he had charge Hl of tho Northern district, out of San Francisco, Hj tho examination and salvage of wrecks along H tho Pacific coast to Behrlug Sea falling to his H care. He worked among his own divers, one of H whom was the 'U.ou" of this talc, and Captain H Herrimann vouches for tho details of tho cn- H counter which "Lou" hnd with the gi...

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. — 14 January 1911

ws r II!riZZIIIIZIZI""" ' ; . H i 1EA3ANT EMBROIDERY J NEWEST, NEEDLEWORK' FAD I l!f'' i1 II iMfflBiBf Jfelll H ; Work Cone on Canvas with iMWMMMk ''Ul ' Vf g y- ROSS s. J tcli, the typical handi- j B work of tho Russian and German J ' I peasantry, which came iu with ii W . the introduction of the other 4k peasant crafts, has reached the j j height of its popularity. Girls J lio "have never before attempted any X ' cedlecrnft have become ardent ncedle- ?i lomen and aro wildly enthusiastic over lS. he possibilities nich the adaptation of IV he work to personal and household needs K ,ns oncncd UP i W Because of the jrreat mass of designs i W uid motifs available any girl with an I riginal bpnt can. conjure up patterns for i ho decoration of her thincs which will be Mm ndivjdual as well as beautiful. Nearly WL ill of the art shops nowadays carry a full k S I " ' r line of books and materials bearing on the art, so that it will be quite impossible to go astray in one's enthusiasm so lon...

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. — 14 January 1911

I I . - ' THE OGDEN STANDARD , , I iiiil B-f i ,! i 'r"rr 1 H 1 C MOWING How Eminently Respectable Fresh H I uJWhite Bread May) Be an Insidious, Foe in the Camp H ofBeauty.and HowImportant It Is for Milady to Watch H ; Her Diet M YTrrV LH tAfyS ( pfMj r The Lydy Won't t Rm-or'GSxf ' iVM Fruh Bread Sha Ankj ,r It SylfrA ' 1' J S4jr)e Brud. Think cf Itl" H Woprricht, 1811. br the Kcw Toric Iltrald Co! AU rtebt xcjorrcd.)' THE long procession of beautiful women in history, called to the mind's eye, may pass In review like a dream of Walpurgis Night given ppH for the especial delectation of Hcrr Faust H Other beauties, less fabled, less famous, have H como and gone, humble flowers that flourished and Hj blossomed to glorious maturity all yvcr this old world H of onrs for long, long generations. Men have lived H nnd died for them, poets have sung their praises and H nrtlsts have perpetuated tlielr charm on canvas. T Beauty was Its own excuse, Its own crown, and none B questioned. 4t was....

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. — 14 January 1911

J. ' I 1 i THE OGDEN" STANDARD :- ' ' 'l I XH A f IMMrTTirM,lWlMMMMMMnrrraMWIMr"J''''IM"X'"""l'e'' ' MM i i " " J - i .iTM ,-iir"-r " .-t--t.-- b . - - "f HBBBH I (PjHILDKXN SAVE $t5QQ OOP IN PENNIES I m 1 iffy Thousand Depositors in the Penny Bank of the m. fed University Settlement, Where the Careful Little Ones of ST the Poor Are Taught fromJhe Primer of Thrift i - ," f (CrnPlit mio, 'J tlie ew lorW llcrald Co. All rlUita reriwl ) "' V I t xr.W YOTlK, Saturday. Sflf - iJ Q W much j on got?" Mi H ' H In a lenience i- exprcsbcd the rivalry 5S 1 fi 0 .f Bes-le StuueiM and Ernestine II.ill, In j irw w.iHiiiio deposit tlieh pennies In aSjl iv-nr. Bunk mi ihu I nicnlty Sct- H 1 vJoiiicm i u; i,L'usi,.)f thrift Is stimulated by the sense 'tBn cr ili.ili.i for these two girls aic onlj two of 50,000 tK tfopo-ltoia who -inco Its establishment linvc deposited ylB pennies to the sum of more than 6ne and one-half IB Next comes Louis Ferman. m a sRelchy cosjnme of cotton underwaist and "pants"...

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. — 14 January 1911

I E OGDEN STAN DAMP : " ', H S53i n&m&Mi l 'Wi&smni&xffyW' rWffiMfflsiim ft "'' -''- ' 3 S-s;fw 'Hill mmo ciit. wu.br tumuiw 'it :f" ffl&Wn&mm :'? &'.& 'P'f ' I fit IHHi--P "srRVSvv a " i -,; H ,s23?3ci gg? rfcoto Copyright, lOlirby Rcutlingcr 71, &; WV V T - H - delusive CopiTisht.lOllew York UcraMgMS j - fc H ' BJue-Voifc-GoaTrimniednvithWolesUm SMpMK 'V'l Jp B PhMo Copj-nitit, lyn.'by Ileotllngei !&&&' h dL a a ' Hl tcnsiTcCoPriEht,10UewYojk'vlIeraW fit' V' "SSC i i H " BY MRS. A. T. ASHMORE. N Wt f'IW ' ' i S tin re an advantage in having n nat urally good figure"' is one of the mo men to s questions of the hour. Does tho present fashion conceal or reveal l any "beauty of line and docs a wourtn H look an better for studying carofull H Abero her waistline should be placed? H Dress at the moment is tremendously H Intricate. IU blatant simplicity is but, a H ielusion and n snare, as is well undcr- H jtood b tli 14 norain who cannot bu...

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. — 16 January 1911

t III LET YOUR WANTS BE lJk.iC'JX4' WTVtffcfc-fv'i ' 'WEATHER FORECAST 4 KNOWN IN THE II P 11PI1 I 1 1 1 T 2S)I fl 1 1 1 If I I I " S3SSSS?SS . I EVENING STANDARD Cl V '' "bV '-V W V dig in east; colder. Tuesday faie. ; i: 1 f -sjyw - K I , , - - . ., , 'FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO. 13 PRICE FIVE CENTS . ObDEN CITY, UTAH, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16, J9U Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice, Ogden, Utafr P1TED A i' - - J Witnesses Will Testify To the Depravity of Mrs. Schenk j "Wheeling. W. Va , Jan 1C Less ; ; than half of the tKirty-slx witnesses, ' which, it is understood, the state lias 1 listed to testify in the prosecution of Mrs, Laura Farnsworth Schenk, for an alleged attempt to poison her wetl- ' thy husband, John 0. Schenk, had : been summoned when the second week of the trial began today. 1 The identity of these witnesses has been carefully guarded until their ap pearance, but two new names became public today. They are Dr. R. Brink ard, (an associate of Dr. Gregory Ac...

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. — 16 January 1911

Hj ? -- "1 - o XKE EVENING- T;.K??.D GGHDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1911. - f - . . , - ,,,,.-,, ' 1 ' BOY' SCOUT .MOVfVli:Nf. I ! AIMS AT CHARAOralf W - Tho Soc,eisr ot th0 - Scouts, a I' . ibranch of which. was j-htR- launch- j ed in Ogden, was oiTghian formed, to I ;, make tho young'boyft tho lurfc f.indn- I tlon of good men in attor JUo bv tcacli- I' SS tntoni adherence to the Teachings i ot nature through n closer acqualn- II tance with tho laws of tho fair wide country. Tho society originated In England, but was not long In coming , to America, where it obtained a warm welcome, Tho movement was started in En- I Bland in 190S by Lieutenant Gcneial i Sir Robert S. S. Baden, Powell. K. C. B, After the Bor waf General Pow- ( ell realized that something must be demo to decrease, the desertions, from ' I tho British army. Tho constant drill, I drill, drill, became so monotonous that It was not only difficult to secure new 1 recruits, but harder still to keep them f after enlistme...

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. — 16 January 1911

ti- THE EVENING STAND ARD: OGDEN, UTAH. MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1911. 3 Y2 ) ' LEGAL. .'.' ." U i 1 fl "notice.1 I To the Stockholders of tho Amalga $M t nj&led Sugar Company: HJ' J.'otice Is hereby glvon that a meet- HI inr or the stockholders of tho Araal- - Ml Gn "ted Sugar company -will be held Hi 'I a'y &- company's ofDce, room No. 206 Hj " Ecctee building, Ogden City. Utah, on 1 ( tho 5tJi 'lay of November, 1910, at H i,Hj:' o clock a. m for the purpose of con- - Hi ) eiderlng nnd voting upon tho follow ) ing pioposcd changes and amend- dHJ t ments to the articled of incorporation I i HI ot luls c0011111' to-wlt: Hi Repeal article V and substitute In Hi $ lieu thereof the following: "Article Hj If V Tho authorized amount of tho cap ital 7 Ital stock of said corporation shall ba , H j Four Million (34,000,000) Dollars, di .' i vldcd Into Forty Thousand (40,000) H shares of preferred Block of tho par H i aluo of One. Hundred ($100.00) Dol 1H j lars each. Unless otherwise ord...

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. — 16 January 1911

I 4 - ' THE EVENING STANDARD; OGDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1911. . ri I i We WiU "correct -Itbe Defects In Your Vision For $5.00 This Week; If ? . s I! . This week we propose to win a good many boosters for this Optical Department. There is no I ) doubt that we have the highest skilled optician ---the most modern equipment in Weber County,. II J It now remains to start the mouth-to-mouth advertising the best form of advertising which exists1 that is the recommendations or those whorri we serve. i H In order to do this quickly we offer, for the coming week only, to correct any defects of vision, which cm be corrected with single lens, for $5.01. 'Phis does not in- HI ? elude finger piece mountings nor toric lenses only in gold-filled spectacles. This offer will attract hundreds of patients. We advise that you telephone for appointment S for aan.in.tion early in the week. QPTIC AL DEPARTMENT ON BALCONY' WRIGHTS' An Independent Newspaper H (ESTABLISHED 1870..) I PUBLISHED EVERY DAY...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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