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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 21 January 1911

5 'MM : ' T"'T,, "NT- AFDARD- 0GD3?f. UTAH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21. 1911. 5 H 1E11! OillilPi FORTY-FIVE Carloads Coming Are California's- ;l S MfliA Atlracfive Prices and Special Displays of "SUNKISTS" ,f J&&L SElf I In! 1 vSfflijfll Jfflll liAl 'Forty-five carloads of famous " Sunkist" people to eat more oranges. We are a nation of meat i j J 1 1 I lift I iHBHM J W Ml U TJW9& Bwlllll oranges more than 18,000 boxes are speeding- eaters. And In winter. csily.ttestemgetsdoRged. i . I I fl MHSH8l t M H 991 A Jr ttJkWsy J U V 'ill "EK , . 3 ,, . .'. v ,. r v, Z. causing congestion, colds, lovers, etc. Those who eat fresh H .Mil liil .11111111 llltf(vWJM&MmMII& 4 i III Ell X k' Usk eTf California! wholesome fruit freely. seldomTeqnire medical treatment. jJJJJM iWmSBSi I v I h fYe" " YKjGgis$sJ They will be here, on sale"at every dealer's Serve Them for Breakfast and UOt I J I'm Iffifr $w ll-l V Up SSf B J (fa's-, WrTsP fh. next Monday morning. The sale will continue Q1J...

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. — 21 January 1911

m i M 8 TUB EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1912, H I DAVID ECCLES AND I THE BEET FARMER H Head of Amalgamated Sugar Company Takes Issues With J, L. H ' Robson and Presents a PhotograpH Copy of An Agreement Hl -" Signed by Robson and Others in March, Last Year. 1 Mr. David Eccles, president of the Hj Amalgamated Sugar conipau.-was-itt' Hj terviowod today, and asked whether H ho nad anything to snv'rclating to tho H proceedings ofve&torday's meeting of H tho beet aatf"U)mato growers. m "AHIcare to say," answered' Mr. Hl Eccles, "lp that I have always bellev-Hr-" "ed, and still believe, that the great H " majority of Weber county and Utah H farmers arc men of absolute Intog- fl rhj That wheu they reach an un- H derstandlng, they stay with it, lrie- H spactive of what any agitator may do H or say I feel absolutely Confident H that the groat majority of them will H not be covenant-breakers, even if some H men arc willing to go back on their M agreement If an hon...

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. — 21 January 1911

8N . -- KE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY, JANUARY 21! 1911. ';' ? . fry 1 Si RANDOM pi REFERENCES "BH; (dontlnuod from Page Five.) flpf Notice Public accounting. Small 3RMisets of books a specialty. Investigate BaKlI. 13. "Warner, 238 PJ Wash. Ave. Of gBLiico hours, 2- p. m , to 5 p. m. Tele JBBfc, phones Intl. 870. Bell ,787. - B? At Dee Hospital Mrs. E. IT. Mc Jgfi Kelley of 2160 Reeves nvenue, Is at Wit the Dee hospital for treatment. Mrs. fSali McKclley is the mother of Mr: John" 11 i Cul'y. the druggist, arid sister? of Iff I Hyruni "Wright, V ' i The Burns anniversary will he fit- tingly celebrated by "the Scottish Cronies, and their friends, Wednes f day evening at the Congress hall. An' ;) unsurpassed program of the favorite y songs of Burns will be rendered. Rev. 5 Elmer I. Goshen will deliver the ad h dress on Burns and a great tueat is III a in store for all who attend. The Croi H3 ios are noted for their unexcelled en j tertainments and they always guar H nnteo...

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. — 21 January 1911

MMMMI mII H S THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN,' UTAH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 191f. - ; I f CONSUMERS COAL 0. I H Still selling all kinds of ooal I j at Summer Storage Prices. I $4.75 and $5.25 I H Delivered I HI Phones Uptown, 452 ; Yard, I 1418. D I You'll Feel I Proud Hj Indeed of that-dast winter's skirl H or suit if you will have us dry H clean it. Your garments or fa- H brics "will always be returned to H ' you in faultless condition if you H fiend them to the I Ogden Steam Laundry HI 437 25th St. IABaKing; Sccess c is accomplished by the use of 8 our I Kiverdale I m m Floar MmI ' M M , I It Is the Flour that can a. I H I ways be depended upon for Its n H M Purity, Flavor and Freshness. I H i H You will be much pleased -with' W H' 1 Oden Milling t H 1 Elevator Co. j I CORD WOOD H FOR SALE. H 4-2-1 Foot Lengths. H J. P. 0 'NEILL CONSTRUCTION H COMPANY. M Ind. 908. Bell 621. I YOUTH 8ADIY . I IMS AGED ill H 3PAXISH FORK. Jan. 20. Thomas H Corbett, a young roan of this place, 19 H years...

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. — 21 January 1911

' 1 Ml I )part two 'i . THE EVENING STANDARD ; rri I lil ;, FQRTY"FIRST YEAR NO.' 18 OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY - EVENING, JANUARY 2 J, 19 U ' T" PRICE FIVE CENTS I Sill v . v ' il 1' k! ' ' "'" :-;' '"' By MYRA EMMONS " --. ' jggZS I m mm JjtUn3erstvct'7n if Wf TOTJ&fK JtLLUS'T&ATlONSliy) mm .,ss Ernestine and Miss Josephine sat on their M wide, vine-covered veranda watching1 the sunset. M' The balmy pale gold light flung delicate lances over li the perfpet lawn, illumining the spring freshness of W rich, moist turf, tipping shrubs With fluent fire, ? flecking through young leaves and turning the maple ojSij buds to flashing ruby. "j ?Ilc daintiness of spring was reflected in the light, M. ensp draperies of the sisters, in the curling tendrils ufi.i : o1 tncir fine, perfectly groomed hair, in their slim, 5JB ; fragrant hands. sajj "Tc crocuses are doing well this spring." mur- Xi y mured Miss Ernestine, melodiously. Then she flji J became imaginative. H '- "Josephine, I hav...

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. — 21 January 1911

H I 'wAMBS ' ' By MARGARET SUTTON BRISCOE J 1 I Too Much Science Is I Dangerous For Babies H Modern Methods Do jSTot Place Enough Reliance On H the Maternal Instinct The Desire to Be Scien- M tine Leads to Harmful Exactness IN tho goad old-fashioned day's there was a popular notion that any woman physically capablo of bcar- h las a child was mentally competent H to care for tho helpless little creun-f- H In those times young mothers took nt- H tlo or no pains to educate thomsolveB H alone Bdentino Unci of liursory cajc; H Indeed, there was no opportunity for H such training. The lore of tha nursery? H It would descend like flro from heav- H n upon the young madonna. Along H with' that proverbial "love' which tno H baby Is advertised to bring with It was H supposed to arrive nursery wisdom. H Whon we compare this Htate of ar- H ialra with tho present situation, con- H trast tho Ignorances of treatment wo M encountered with the favoring condl- H tlons surrounding a latter-day Infant, ...

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. — 21 January 1911

J - I 'I vft v H ? H 1 V THEOGDEN STANDARD - I I llJLltt " h i p fLofaganda in action'. I ill H oc e Deck 3i; UmIo' a Unique Branch of H ; cessani Bombarding Aims io M Hit the Youth of the Country, 7 OCbpyrlsM 1010, bj- tho .New York UrraM Co All rlichw rnerTtd.J g5 H NEW Y01IK, Saturday. uS I rVil OORKD in East Twent-thlid street near 'rjj : 1 Madison square is thc advertising ship Propa idlij: gandn, of the United States Navy, Lieutenant 'ffi, i I Pressey commanding, whore first class heavy pgjj ; ' pun pointers are encased In bombarding tlik n part of the country 1:0m Maine to Virginia with clr- 15 ' cular shot. tlSsi Her Ore is directed principally at the y6uth of this giN. section, whom the government would inton-st In join m ; lng the navy. Nobody Is uiged to take, such a step, Sttsr ; for there Is no difficulty for the nation In tilling her vessels of war many times over with men. but the hj&j : government is working with might and main to gain Pj ; l as recruits the flow...

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. — 21 January 1911

I fV THE OGDEN STANDARD j H ' . IJI "" - M"- I IT! HOWN I NG A KING TO RAGTIME I xdr flilte rwg 5 0 e Concert of the Powers, Which . H Gr Dfew the Attention of the Entire World to the South H Sea Islands and Their Troubles in the Eventful Year 1887. T TRTfl is ft true story. It was written for fcheso pages by an officer of high rank - in tho American navy, who says: H "This is a true story, and somo of it I wob M present to witness tho situation. I belicyo I H havo handled the question from a new view- H point Stevenson has written the history of H tho War of 1887-88, hut that wonderful writer H did not live to bring: it to its culmination. j Klinger, in my story, will be recognized. I H have given Leary his right name.'' H Tv.xl3lit. 1010 lij- tun w VojJ. nraid Oi. All rJc&t rcrnHl H - ill-: Hong Kong Club was crowded. It was H (he hour when the cosmopolitan Inhabitants M I of the Far Eastern city wore accustomed to H gather for their relaxation nnd gossip before B dressing for...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 21 January 1911

9) "mBMMMHlHMHMHBBI 1 1 1 - ."' THE "OGDEN ' STANDARD) ' I jsi I . J Trai VBgBJ v TARTLING Contradictions in ihe Actions of Those Who Run Risks Read the Psychologist to Deny, Bravery and Cowaidice ' ".- H II Copyright, 1910. by tho New York llorald Co. All rlbta rcscnetlO I GROUP of men dug and burrowed into t Iio I Hank of n mountain, vlcldlug thu resistless inu f f chines Umt bit away j nnl after yard, dragging f off the dGbris, bplasL ng and moiling in the yellow soil, sinking tL shaft ever deeper and deeper. Above them the mot Uain shuddered at each shock, trembling like a liv g thing as the men pnawed Into its substance. The men knew the threat Df the mountain's vengeance, and still they worked on without pause. One day the monstrous avalanche which they had K laboriously undermined descended upon them with a mighty roar, crushing them, grinding them Into an in inimatc pulp of clay. The yellow soil collapsed upon the. tunnel and the .mountain soothed the wound in its tide with ...

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. — 21 January 1911

H TTWilLJ I THE OGDEN STANDARD ''. 1 I H , oar, I I hipj:a5UKi."5Eekekj h DESPERATE -BATTLE 1 I wits H E AD- H UN T E KJ ;., . ' -a- 7l0I0iVZ'Vfertne Bazin, Soldier of Fortune, in His - .,.,,., Z ' yflWA Vd South Pacific Quest Found a Remarkable Ruined City. . ."'"' ' y fjiBBwKwH ' I a iha6 tfe & of Buried Gold, but Narrowly Escaped - -vHiSKfK I - - ' zWft a tfie Hands of Fierce Solomon Islanders. . - -J, .V?wBf: . kfl - XT' & M COLONEL ETIENNE BAZIN T HE author of this artlclo is a man who is typical of the modern worldwide advcntuier, m the sort of innn whoso greatest interest in H "life is participation in the strange things that )H go on unheard of outside the beaten track of civ- H llization. For him peace, quiet, comfort and tho )H soft ways of American and European life havo ftH no attraction. iH His father was a wealthy French gentleman, ftH sent by the government to the fisherman's isl- M and of Miquelon, which lies just south of New- iH foundland and just north of ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 21 January 1911

V t - L ' hi I i I " THE OGDEN STANDARD., ....' I I liffHE JEWEL DETECTIVE I i I 3 SllliiIOJCflV'GS of a Secret System by Which Si Lrasi-3 P07"5 0 Precious Stones i$ I WS J&ep 7a6 pon Tourists Abroad and Hold Up p I KJ the Hands of the Government in the Suppres- jSi 502 0 Smuggling erff J hundred dollars in duty. Thus the necklace will cost ITm Eeing Folio ved. I Tell You," he shouted. JCopyrJpl. l'.'luU.t id.- .V- ). iirruiii Co. All iljhts reserved.) S UK m- :i handsome, middle aged woman of evident taste iind. refinement and that decided J si'incthing of air ami manner which inevitably " indicates ihp wealthy American to the calcu lating eye of the European shopkeeper. A pliinp-i- of her a- she muted slowly down the jewelry tfeetiou oi the Hue de l.i Paix, in company with her 't tlcndei, fiesll faced daughter, was enough to start a flutter behind each glittering store front. 5 Suave frock coaled proprietors, smiling, buxom proprietro35.e along that famous street beyond Cook's...

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. — 21 January 1911

I m I I '. ' THE OGDEN STANDARD ' ' J I Mill I I I II ' "T r1' " II III IIMwl I 1AM 5 FASHIONS - . I & C!pstly Wraps f I '' " ' xsf fefoef, Brocade and Fur, H j - Gray Velvet Cloak with Chinchilla &4&l:'"i ' oj Photo Copyright, 1011, by Rcutllngcr """SSli H . " v-i -: &-'.. ., ,'-','' Exclusive Copyright, 1011, New York Herald I fl ' ;- , . BY MRSA. T, ASHMORE. AT tJiiH time of year, when rod-1 turials' of all kinds, as well iasf gowns and wraos for spring and. slimmer, arc being oxhil-iiii in nil m Ihc shops, the careful -woman M sallies forth in search of bargains I (n winter fashions. It may be just ai H trifle late, according to one way of tlilnl;-. H lug, to bujMhc winter outfit; on the other! Bj hand, nil furs aud heavy' par-"'-'-' an H now sold for much less than was asked', H for them two months ago.. Besides, -weeks and .months of winter arc still to come fl when these same warm clothes' will Jjo. H a joy :and delight. H Superb nml costly wraps arc always in...

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. — 23 January 1911

i,Bt J" I!, LET YOUR WANTS BE JffitJ 37tt-rfWV SLVT XvOt ? WEATHER FOA" II KNOWN IN THE BL 1 1 lK Tf I I T I I I I III lOiiSl 111 IiN ' VINDICATIONS ARE THAT HETraATHER 11 EVFNTNG STAMnARn CJxJ. Q' Jt5Vl-E'fi IVI "GW UUi'l' UL will be pair tonight and tomorrow, 1 1 JaVJaiNUNlj S1ANUAKU -J-Jp' msW T" W WW jCs WW VTVW V r WITH SE0WLY EISINC, TEMPERATUKE FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO. 19-PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY, UTAH, MONbAY "EVENING, JANUARY 23, 1911 Entered as SeTond Class Matter at the PostoffiTorijtah III 01 STlir&JTO S Si if 1 1S i Bir u u m b i l a 4p I Progressive Republican League Formed By Prominent Men Washington, Jan. 23. Organization of the Republican Progressive League by "Progressive" Republican senators m k representatives, governors and oih- ers an organization which will seslt to fight for the establishment of pop V ular government was announced here today. m- Plnns of the new league, which S have been under way since the as ; ambling- of congress, were conclud i ' ed at...

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. — 23 January 1911

HV 2 THE EVENING STANDARD: OQDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1911. I STATEIWENT OF BUILDING : RH I: Issued S"1 ot buIldln5 Perniits ! shows tL00? durlnS " rear 1910 l! of th tWe,V0 m0nths " n0 ISn !fnH BCl,Vo In the hwlWlne line of , t0rJ" of thc city. A total Ser?t, '" l.hreo hllndred and fifty !. Ware ,Mllcd UlQ c0fit of thc ? runn,u5 n(o thc millions. fJlCc?' ;d,nF t0 tho statement Issued ihi n?uCI.ty en"eerlg department wo permit Involving thc greatest sum PnMf?ne m38 vcn l0 the Southern iacinc Railroad company. This por XSJ? for thc Mellon of tho new irelght depot on Wall avenue and tho cost of thc building is fixed in tnr report at $100,000. Two other permits Involve an ex penditure of $65,000 each. These were granted to I). B. Sullivan for the James company's artificial Ice anil cold storage plant and to David Matt son for th Marlon hotel, at the corner of Lincoln avenue and Twenty-fifth street. Pormits were Issued for a number of buildings costing more than $25,000. Thc compl...

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. — 23 January 1911

flSI ; . : THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1912. Mil ' r" " " LSGA,r- 1 H NOTICE. ' v To the Stockholders of the Amalga- I . C iiu'ted Sugar Company; ! " J K ' otJce Is hereby given that a meet- I II E nf of tho stockno,(1ers of tho Ama! I II 'r Pa ted Sugar company will he held i IIjJf ct d company's office," room No. 206 I a. a lit i Eccles building, Ogdon City. Utah, on ! a '111 ' tho 5fll ',ny of lsovemDeri 1910, at 11 'llv o clock n. m., for the purpose of con i )r If pincrhitf and voting upon the follow- jjj V lng pioposcd changes and amend- j 8 ' Of ments to the articles of incorporation ' H f of Ibis company, to-wit: j ?! Repeal article V and substitute In ' H'J lieu theroof the following: "Articlo j 0 ;, ( V Tho authorized amount of the can- j ft I'1 Knl stock of said corporation Fhall bo I V- Four Million ($4,000,000 Dollars di- I . I j vided into Forty Thousand (-10.000) j i I? shares of preferred stock of the par Cjfl value of One Hundred (S100.0U)...

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. — 23 January 1911

1 I IV THE EVENING STANDARD: OQDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1911. . . . t M Aw Independent Newspaper ft (ESTABLISHED 1870..) I PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY iUv . (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) I TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. . j BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY. DI!5' t? 1ar' 1 Year... $6.00 Dally. Everv Day. 6 Months. .-53.00 ' Mty Every Day, 3 Month h... $1.50 Sunday Only. 1 Ycm $2.00 I In Ogden City by Carrier 75 cents per month. I cWJ?L formation concerning city subscriptions, telephone to tl.o city circulation dapartmcnt Both Phono a 5C. I A NON-PROGRESSIVE FELLOW. 'U For the purpose of defeating the proposed resolution providing" 1 or tne election of United States senators by direct vote of the poo- I n pie, Senator Sutherland, on Friday last, offered nn amendment I specifically empowering- the United States to take charge of such popular elections. I Sutherland is a reactionary of the worst type. He is the man I tvho was made a catspaw for Ballinger in the Pinchot-Ballinger i...

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. — 23 January 1911

it I ?.. THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. U&AH. BIONDAY: JANUARY 23, 1911. . "i I i STANDARD TELEPHONES Q 5 CALL UP TS ;. STANDARD EXCHANGE. A J Bell 56, to Communicate with any U ,1 department. i RANDOM 1 REFERENCES K Miss Ada Mnclc has returned after Wb week's visit with Airs. R. L,. and F. H&YY. Flshburn in 13 Ingham. Bp CoaF If you want tho best: If you Kjrant full weight. John Farr, phone 27. Iff Miss Trieste Box. of Brighain City, was a guest of Ogden friends last Kkveek. Itf Call Allen, phones 22, for carriages $for funerals and operas Private calls if a specialty. AIbo prompt delivery of ft baggage. 412 25th. y4 E. A. Kent was a business visitor in sTremonton several days last week. I WANTED Clean white rags at tho Standard. ., f Miss "Wadswotth, or Salt Lake, JBpent Sunday with Ogden friends. K AdvertlBora must have their copy Kfor the Evening standard the ovonlng .Wbefore the day on which the adver Wtlecment Is to appear In ordor to In IB sure publication. iff John Coo...

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. — 23 January 1911

j g THE EVENING ' STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1912. V f 1 ' The Farmer Who Furnishes the Milk Gets Two and a Half to Three Cents a Quart, WhoSe the Consumer -Pays Seven and Two-sevenths Cents Per Quart to the IVIiSk Dealer Who Eats Up Over One Hundred Per Cent Profit on the Baby's Milk? How Much Does it Cost to Deliver a Quart of IVlilk in Ogden ?---Do You Get Unwatered fVSiSk Just as .the Farmers Sell It? Do You Get Three and Two-tenths Per Cent Butter Fat or Cream in Your Milk? I ' Why is milk selling at 14 quarts for one dollar in Ogden? I That is a question that has been agitating the milk consumer of I Pgdon for some time. The answer has been that the farmer the I f1 producer cannot, sell it for less. The poor farmer gets it coni- j ing and going. One would naturally think the farmer who milks the cows would soon ride in an automobile, if he gets a big fat dollar for I 14 quarts of milk. What are the facts? . An investigation made by the Standard and Examiner sho...

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. — 23 January 1911

I THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1911. ly II I RANDOM I j REFERENCES f (Continued from Paco Flvo.1 Southern Pacific Pay-Day Today jras pay-day on the Southern Pacific railroad, pay envelopes being received by the cmplojes of the various de partments of tho railrond in this city this afternoon H Notice Public accounting. Small Jets of books a specialty. Investigate. m. E. Warner, 2438 1-2 Wat.li. Ave. Of Iflce hours, 2 p. m., to 5 p. m. Tolc fphones Ind. S79. Doll 737. jM Dr. II. J. Powers has opened his of pceln First National Bank, rooms 315 K16. a De Loney Case-The caso of WI1 'Hain Do Loney against tho Rapid Transit company was concluded at ioon and subnifttod to tho jury at 1-:10. Up to the time of going to press the Jury had not reported. t Lot the Ogden Sewer Pipe &. Clay Co. fill your coal bin while their price is right. Secure your tickets for tho Burns' tennlvorsary at Cu Hoy's. Tho Toggery, Hemenway & Moser, T. S. Hutchison, 'James Macbcth'6...

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. — 23 January 1911

' HF'' 1 Hllti ! ' Tm5 EVENnG STANDARD : OGDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1911. j II I CONSUMERS ! I COAL CO. f I at Summer Storage Prices. I I $4.75 and $5.25 I " I Delivered l I: PhonesUptown( 462; Yard, j I Both Phones 323. MARVELOUS GRIFFITH &Jf memory . i n 9 Both' Interesting and Instructive for Young and Old. COOK AND LORENZ ( f The Two Millionaires." ; ' chas. m. Mcdonald The Irish Beau Brummcll,"lmd Misses v Crawford and Montrose. I i T. SCHEDA ! Tne Renowned Polish Violinist, Prc- ! , sentlng "Paganlnl's Ghost." MEREDITH SISTERS. Presenting "International Song Successes." ' MANSFIELD AND CLARK hi In Songs and Dances. I: ,: t KINODROME. I, ! ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA. I foreign workers I iipeml lives T WASHINGTON", Jan. 22, Through HU -llsunderstnndlug of orders or by HI reckless disregard of the necessary Hfj rules of operation, 'forcign-bdrh work- IN men, without actual .experience In HK mining often imperil the lives of HI trained and experienced workers, ac- Hr cording to a...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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