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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 28 January 1911

1 B jj. I -Part Two i THE, EVENING STANDARD v Pages 9 to 16 j 3fl : : : cj s : . C: FQRTYFIRST YEAR NO. 24 OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY 'EVENING, JANUARY 28, 19 H PRICE FIVE CENTS MM V - . , , H w j . - t - - H j Creelman's Courage on the II - rinti Line. ; - II ' Sjf By Captain Fritz Duquesne. ,' Fi ' ; flT' HERE is no better known nanc I in this country than that of B , James Crcclman, and none more I widely known in newspaper and literary H circles cast and west of the meridian lWu of Greenwich, and north and south of 5 the equator. T-J '. ' For what is he known? Ask, and no ftV . two men will give you the same an- m5- swer. The New Yorker of the last ?pi generation knows IJamcs Crcclman as 5J J the young newspaperman who was a ta terror to the grafters; the cxposcr of itflW l'ie Brc:it Broadway railroad fraud; the gum man whose articles caused the United k States to reform its immigration laws; JVffi the man who stopped the garbage 'iIK dumpers from polluting the New York lS Harbo...

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. — 28 January 1911

iHIHI iiiiiiH H slHH ,, ' id I Fashionable Women Free From I Hideous Designs of Hairdressers Outre Methods of Wearing the Crowning Glory no H Longer Tolerated b)T the Best People Schemes H of Rapacious Coiffeurs and Fake "Treat- H ments" Very Deleterious Graceful H and Natural Lines Now in Hj Vogue Once More AT last we can sit down to our dressing tables In a calm, even Joyous frame of mind entertuln- JjjBJ ing kindly thoughts toward the H boraparatlvcly simple task of arranging H our hitherto unruly tresses. Poor H things! How they wero abused, puffed H and pulled, first to the front, then to H iho back, then frizzled and fried and H steamed and baked and ilnally loft to H rise, or rather lie down all done up H tightly in a- towel over night, only to H "be pinned and tied to all manner of H ugly and most unsympathetic founda- H tiona of wire, hair and, oh, such un- H upcakablo substitutes when at last rc- B leased, till they knew not themselves H and wished they could fall out and ...

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. — 28 January 1911

f . - m ' THE OGDEN STANDARD I j i , , I 1 S I ' ' ' ," J H 1 IP H E HOUSE ;OT TALJE HOfEl I Hi (1 IS ftk U9?? r6 o fte 7a Where Seekers for .Fame1 in, the Great City Are Sustained by Golden Dreams -and I SH TJSB? ""r nse o tfte Altar of Pitiful Mediocrity. r ' jgJM f BY GAIvET WARREN. SfwAJ 'Coprrlphi miO.br the Nut York Herild Co. All rlRht rtscrTcd.j J&li 'Slsfcl ATHOS and tragedy of the place where oWm jj eta seekers for fame In the great city are h BEsJ sustained by golden dreams and offer u incense on tho altar of pitiful mediocrity. $fK When a young woman recently shot herself, hjflln and for a reaBon gavo her faihne to obtain lit- yJ 5 erary recognition, she unconsciously diew at- "1 ' tenllon to a phase of New York's literary un- itf& derworld and to the existence of "sympathetic -ijj circles of failure," which attract and retain i5j ; ; recruits. Subject t a species of communal "Wb! j . encouragemont, the poor liteiary plodder con- tM ( , tinues a futile labo to th...

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. — 28 January 1911

I H - I I T THE OGDEN STANDARD ; M j H iYcic YorL 7orfcor rtf nip, "o faro o rnaNj fl H .framaic incident rauj.f f.r peril am dcari. t the trfiri? o .it nfcorh.na ror n. rid M rfponrr of H j.o Jfajrfer A'ojmic," irrifca foi )c papw fcj hnkc Hj TArfcc H .CopyrlRht. 10IO. bj- lb.- Neiv Yock 11-r.lrt Co All rljht- rw rrH.J H .--w j in htirbor police launch was coming on H 6 I nftor them when ihey lilt for the shore." I cnlri Lnxton. "They could lmvc made II, H 1 but It was just n nip-up hmween the cops' H mul the customs. They look tho former." H "Preferred Sing Pins to Leavenworth," suggested B the master. H -No - returned the visitor. "It wasn't thai. Itamblo B said he'd rather take throe chances with the police uny H day titan one villi tho Inspectors.' 'Cops are human H he' told mo, 'hul when a iiinii works for Ihc govern- mcut he's nothing but a cog in a stamp mill. If you slip under you're not through till you're pulverised. H "How did they mauage to sock comfort in tho H municip...

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. — 28 January 1911

jj! THE OG DEN 'STANDARD I I I Iffin U- t L 5 '-'- WlTH'Vj;l:EV,''yN-DEPv.WOR,L,b I $&! VJfy the Camera Eye," Who Never Forgets a ol w Criminal's Face, Tells How Organized Detective &s I S&rff Batffes Wiftf at Overcomes Craft and Cunning in Mm Detecting and Preventing Crime ?'? I Y n,LIAM p- SHEBIDAN, untdL recently 'MFtliijj I lieutenant of police at New York Head- hUt quarters, known and feared the world je-3fe i around among professional criminals as "The dW Ma With the Camera Eye," has what is prob- Mfltgj J ably the most wonderful memory every devel- 3te I oped in a human brain. During a lifetime spent V I in serving and identifying tens of thousands rMJ Persons arrested by the police ho has never 'aBt' jf forgotten the face or the record of a single sus- 'JCH pect 0l couvict whom he has onco seen. -9& w Sheridan's extrr.ord inarily retentive faculty 1 'JS ff hfls thls strange peculiarity, that in private and ehj57i P casual uso it refuses him even av;n.ge servi...

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. — 28 January 1911

I F '1T TfflE .OGPEN STANDARD 1 I , -. ' te rn 9 tlL -3 ocn i I M fey 'v H A fenit a&sorbi7i7 adrenfHro o tfta "Vaafcr H Rougo" in tho scries toritton for thcso pages by Luho H Thrice. Tho Master, set upon a generous action, is H unexpectedly opposed and apparently beaten by a H man, against whom hs subtlety seems poiccrlcss. H Tho duel of clashing personalities ends tcith a sharp H dinar, in icfcicA tho Master one mora provo his M consummate cleverness H (Ceprrlcht. 1010. bj tbc New York Herald Co. All rlphtu rMcwd.) A ND some go down to the spa In ships," continued Laxton gloomily. "But how ninny of thorn reach your ago, for Instance, without having done n stretch or lost their 1 ucrvo or taken n regular number In the H bread line or pot tho worst of the proposition in tho M worst kind of way?" H "You're not lu the most cheerful of moods," corn- H m'ented tho master, who hnd followed his visitor'. H exclamatory monologue wltli silent nttentlon. "How ninny, I say?" repented Lax...

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. — 28 January 1911

i 1 THE OGPER STANDARD)" :.: ' ll I It. jgJN AMERICAN GIRL HELD SLAVE EY I I THE HIGHBINDERS .0 T SHANGHAI I s 1 ft li fvw an' r" ' Meehan, of Chicago, Murdered rM ' yxin an Effort to Rescue Her from'4 The House of a 1 1 Thousand Doors " Her Pitiful Plea to Mr. Samuel 1 1 Garretson Cornell, of New York, Who Also Attempted S . to Save JHer from Her Frightful Imprisonment in an s Underground City JHTH T s not otcn tliat a mtin possessed with H H the time spirit of adventure maintains any ! Vr Wi thing- like a peimanent base, but Mr. ? ; Samuel Garretson Cornell, the writer of the fol- JS : lowing true and amazing1 story, has for years h ' held a quiet, peaceful, public offico in New York 2 ' ' city attached to the Board of Magistrates. A scion of an aristocratic Buffalo family, the f stepson of a diplomat, a post graduate student : in Germany, married to an Italian noblewoman, I"" ho had an excellent beginning as a cosmopol itan. Though still a young man he has been round nnd round th...

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. — 28 January 1911

I . j I l the-ogoen" STANDARD " I I Hl r rT i H I .IIWI ! IT-T.- HI II ' !!! II II II I II III II II T I II r I II . IM I Wl llril I I I I . .! Ill JIWHII 'nJ II IT ' II I II I II himiM , -.--! H White Satin Gown with Silver Embroidery .$.-. 3SW?tWpT BHb '""" with Gold Embroidered Tunic- 'r fUTF $M, with Gold Embroidered Tunic H Pboto Copyright, 1911, by Iteotllnger - ' ' CflHV' ' - !fefc B- I'hoto Copyrljbt, 1JT11. by'ilcatllncr " ' A ' ' HjScv-' Maison Ncy ' H ExcloilPoCwJticht.lOll.ewYorkJlenild ' 4 ' '--SSSX. Hfev KidoaWe CopyrtehMOU, tie ToikJJeralJ ; 'i 'BHHSSB' Pboto Copyright, 1011, by Putllager ( H y ' ' $1 "I TWW;XJS& -tal.fc.'te- "-"-A ''''"' '';:tL 'VjffP Excluilrc Copyright, 1011, New York Herald j BY MRS. A. T. ASHMORE. ALTHOUGH tho ronton season i near at band, when It is un derstood tfant formal on crtaining is more or less at an end, there M is just as much opportunity to i B wear smart evening gowns as at H any oilier season of the year, if not H I more. Formal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 January 1911

I I FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO 2? PR1PP Five r-nNf-re ' - ': - Af! - wf I 'p K Ch FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY, UTAH, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 30, 191 W. . Entered as Second Class Matter at the ?ostoffj&derv Utah t II I Voliva to Issue an Order I Against Users of Tobacco Chicago, Jan. 30. Horsewhipping In public promises to become the meth od of punishing tobacco chewers and smokers In Zion city. It all depends upon the result of the city election in April "SVilbur Glenn Yoliva, overseer and successor to the late John Alexander Dowie, is confi dent that It wilj be successful and that ho will regain the powers taken away from him by the 'independents." Voliva, in addressing a meeting at tended by more than 100 of his fol lowers in Ziou City tabernacle yester day, outlined the plan of the admin istration he would effect after the election. He renewed his declara fifii lion of war ngainst tobacco users nnd , said he would appoint a vigilance com-W- mlttee to horsewhip on sight any . W users of to...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 January 1911

;, 21 THE EVENING STANDARD: 'OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1911. , I INSURRECTDS I CAPTURE I ANOTHER - . I i t JPpXU' Mexico, Jan. 20. I JcaH. tho first border town ' T capturod by tho insun-ec- m tos, is tonight In full posses- X of the Mexican rebels. It m wns taken at dnylight today by H a band of eighteen. Tho only I I a. to l0E hls 1,fo """as tho Moxican Jailor, -who was hosl- J relcaso his prisoners. ' T v0 T5"as flnot "w',th a rino thrust through tho window of his of- flco and Instantly killed. B : I i Tao customs houso was seized. Re- inforccmenta aro said io bo flocking Hj io o rebel standard from tho sur- rounding country. j Tuo capture of tho town is tho first I' BlSn of activity' of tho rebels on tho wostorn coast of Mexico. Tho movo- inent was a comploto surprise. It Is declared to be a part of n general plan I Ior the seizing of all the cities In tho northwestern section of tho republic. I I Small Town on Border. H I Moxlcall Is a small town composed J cnlefly of na...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 January 1911

..JH i I '"It "JE i To Uie Stockholders of tho Amalga ', nmted Sugar Company: j Jfotlce Is hereby given ihnt a meet r im of the stockholders of the Amal- go "Mod Sugar company will bo held I nt tie company's office, room No. 200 5 Eccl?fl building, Ogden City, Utah, on (he 5tH (ay of November, 1910, at 11 oclocb a. m for tho purpose of con . Mderlns ainl voting upon tho follow ijfii ' irS piopoBed changes and aniond thft ( pents to the articles of Incorporation tfte? ; oi this company, to-wlt: ijf ' Repeal article V and substitute In $& I lieu thereof the following: "Article tiVl ' V The authorized amount of the cap i iV i ltal stock of 6aitl corporation shall be J3A t Four Million ($4,000,000) Dollars. ,dl ) ; Tided Into Forty Thousand (40,000) itft ' tshares of preferred stock of tho par xS, a!ue of 0no Hundred (5100.00) Dol- JarB e:lCn Unlesa otherwise ordered .jyl 5? bv tne Bonrd of Directors, all dlvl SA Pi denas shall lxj paid In four equal quar Mi terly payments, to-wlt: ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 January 1911

- J I 4 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1011. . t' An Independent Newspaper l (ESTABLISHED 1S70..) I PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY, Dally, Every Day, i Year... $8.00 Dally, Everv Day, r, "Months. ..$3.00 i "Wly. EioryDaj-, 3 Months... $1.50 - Sunday Only. 1 Year $2.00 In Ogdon City by Carrier 75 cents per month. I rfi Jnforntlon concerning city subscriptions, telephone to tfco city circulation dopartmonL Both Phonos 66. I FEATURE ARTICLES EACH MONDAY. ; Monday, of each week, thia paper will devote considerable space ( to advocating- the cause of the people in an effort to overcome such injustices as are inflilcted by the grocers' trust and other combines i that are organised for the purpose of inflicting high prices on the consumers of Ogden. These articles will bo special features and will serve to make up for the dearth of news on quiet Sundays. They should make inte...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 January 1911

J THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1911. '5 j I ll- " 1 ' I I STANDARD TELEPHONES II CALL UP III STANDARD EXCHANGE. I Bell 56, to Communicate v!th any il department. II RANDOM !refmnces Wk Gerald Thomas, a former Ogden IjWjgpresentativo of tho Salt Lake Iler-Mfild-RejHibllcan, visited with friends lu I frtbls city a few houis yesterday. I I I Coal If you want the best; If you I ' (jrant full weight, John Parr, phone 27. f & Lewis GrlfTin of Rock Springs spent gunday wIUi friends in Ogden. I Call Allen, phones 22, fcr carriages lijor funerals an5 operas. Prjvato calls alt B specialty. Also prompt delivery of Tff bogBagO- 12 25th. ivl F. W. Morris and P. A. Phelps were Imgnlt Lake visitors in tho city yeV I terday. & WANTED Clean whlto rags at tho I ' :l6tandard) f ' Returns From Europe Dr. G. E. 1 ( frowning "has relumed from a ploas- f 1 trip to Europe, his lour including tl gangland. France and Holglum. Ho V In-Ill resume h!s practice In this, city, I ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 January 1911

I r L THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1911. I GROCERS PUT TO I SHAME ON PRICES ' Merchants in Little Town of Rock Springs, Wyoming, Undersell Ogden Dealers on Nearly Everything in the Grocery Line Average Price 25 Per ) Cent Below That Quoted by the ; Ogden Combine, '; Did you ever ask one of the big grocery owners if he was not stiff on his prices? You did not? Well, we did. One grocer said, i "Why, we undersell Salt Lake City." Another said, "Why we un- I dersell Denver." Another said he sold "so low that he was losing i money." Yesterday we asked a young man, new in the grocery i business (but his partner is an old veteran and a mighty good fel- . low, too, but who does like the local combine) if he could undersell Rock Springs, Wyo., grocery prices. "You bet," was the prompt reply. "I sent a big order there from our store the other day " Now, wo don't deny but that the groceries were actually sent to Rock Springs, Wyoming, but we are wondering if the Rock ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 January 1911

I I ($; ' . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAHf MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1911. . . .. - .- ' . ,j 7 , 1 jjlEileen Clanford, in "The Dollar wlfPri110655!" Ogdcn Theater, Wed jjjiesday, Feb. 1st. Seats Now Sell- a'i If RANDOM 1 REFERENCES i ' r i't' (Continued from Pago 'Five) ,v 3fl ; k Attorney Chez hax withdrawn his It', appearance as counsel for the defend 'iantln the ""It of Muttie 11. A'alker iSs. Walter Richoy. JjrJOIE THEATRE 5 cents to every-, I Bd'. -fflj.In the matter of the estate and isjguardianshln of W. S. Harris, a minor, 1 I ttbo guardian has been granted until snd Including February 9. to answer ill ', a citation requirirg her appearance in s ' courl. 5 I ? Modern Woodmen and Royal Neigh g bora' card parly and dance at Easier' 5'jiall, Tuesday evening, .January 31. , lPrlces and refreshments. Tickets, (in Annual Reunion The annual reun iftjlon of the relatives of the Wnlkers tf and Ekins will be held at Plain City 4 meeting house on February 4. ' Good pictures JO 1 13 5 CE...

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. — 30 January 1911

i g THE EVENING STANDARD: OfJDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 191J. I CONSUMERS 1 I COAL CO. 5 t 1 stm sciii atl dnis o coal I j I at Summer Storago Prices. I I $4.75 and 85.25 I I Delivered I I I Phones Uptown, 452; Yard, I WEBER AGADEMYNOTES u0nriFrIdar the ,ast examinations for uio Hrst semester were hold. On tbo f whole tho teachers expressed thom- sclves ns being pleased with tho char acter and quality ot tho work done In the various departments during tho first half-year. On Thursday Principal Hendorson went to Salt Ijiko to meet with Prof. Horaco Cummlngs, superintendent of church schools, to talk over matters pertaining to the school and to make Plans for next ycart Mrt hendorson did not give out Just what tho business was, but he seemed greatly pleased with tho outcome of his conference with tho superintendent. , t Thursday afternoon at -1 o'clock the "Acorn staff gave a very pleasant danc ing matinee. A largo munbor ot stu dents and many youngpcoplc not of 'I the school were...

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. — 31 January 1911

If I Kg ' Forty.first Year-No. 26-Price FivcCents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31 1911 I Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice, Ogden, Utah. I' H BTJ- lii S iBb KMi iB I p liLlll ftUUSl I K New York Mercantile I ftjf Exchange Declares J Kj; Fpr Agreement Hu i New Yorlc, Jan. 31. The executive BUM ) committee of the New York Mercan- Br tile Exchange, the members of which K handle most of the agricultural pro- Ki.r Aucc coming to this city, has voted its K l i endorsement of the Canadian recl- B'j ;l procity agreement, and it is expected I ' .: i that the exchange will ratify the dec!- W I tlon by formal vote of Its members at B$j 'I the next meeting. ? A statement accompanying the an- ' nouncement of the executive comralt Bj? tee's action ir as follows: M"i7 "The reciprocity agreement will BM ( tend to minimize fluctuations In the fl'j I produce market, particularly in but- 9? ter nnd ogss. Its ndoption will be B-3 1 followed by some reduction In price lijj ...

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. — 31 January 1911

I 1 H ' THE EVSTOTCx .STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, JAltfTJAKY 31, lull., I H If v' . i I EIGHT STANDARD 2-YEAM OLD GMAPE VIMES FREE I fl 8 M I Want to Give You These 8 Grape Vines Free TMs Is SmpOTf aM The Grape V!ncs Wc Sen1 1 1 I boliovo tbatrtMs is the. greatest ofifer that has ever been made by any newspaper in the world, J l H , and I guarantee it to be exactly as represented. Although wc have contracted with the growers for a largo are taken from the ground in the Fall, and are kept through the fl H v I want-to. get 2,000 more readers for this paper by March 15. Therefore, I make you this won- quantity of grape vines with which to fill our premium orders winter in a dlT or dormant condition, and are ready for planting in j 1 J dfirfaU)ffer,md if you aro not satisfied that it is j ust as represented, I will refund your money every there is a possibility that the demand for same will be greater than any section of the cauntrv when the sPrinff opens and the frost is j H rcenfc...

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. — 31 January 1911

If LEGAL. " r noti c e: To tho Stockholders of tho Amalga mated Sugar Company: ?.'otice is hereby given that a meet In; or tho stockholders of the Amal- , ga "Ued Sugar company will bo held H nt tli'? company's ofllce, room No. 206 H - Ecclee building, Ogdcn City, Utah, on Hte tho 5th lay of November, 1910, at 11 HaL o'clock a. m., for the purpose of con- HqV Hderin$ nnd voting upon tho follovr- Hl Vhg proposed changot and amend- HM merits to the articles of Incorporation H j, of this company, to-wit: M Repeal article V and substitute In 8v lieu thereof tho following: "Article B t V Tho authorized amount of the cap- itai stock of said corporation shall bo P Four Million ($4,000,000) Dollars, dl- tt Tided Into Forty Thousand (40,000) Mtf ebares of preferred stock of the par H-g value of One Hundred ($100.00) Dol- Mj larc each. Unless otherwise ordered 1 I "by the Board of Directors, all dlvJ- Hj I dendB shall be paid in four equal quar- L I terly payments, to-wit: On frcHlrst V , day...

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. — 31 January 1911

R 4 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, JAJN0ARY 31. 1U11. I. I ij Enduing iait&atS An Independent Newspaper H (ESTABLISHED 1870..) M PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY H (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) Hl TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. I BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY. fl Doily, Every Day. 1 Year... 56.00 Dally, Every Day. C Months.. .33.00 H Dally. Every Day, 3 Montha... $1.60 Sunday Only. 1 Year ,...$2.00 H In Ogdcn City by Carrier 75 cents per month. M Pot information concerning city subscriptions, telophono to tho city H circulalloa dopartment. Doth FhonoB 56. H POLITICS IN THE NATION AND IN UTAH. M Tho Serald-Ropubllcan of Salt Lako is so amused over the Pro- M greasive Leagno that tho editor requires half a oolunm in which to LM laugh at the audaoity of tho organizers in even presuming' that tho H league will, over amount to more than a thing at which to poke jibes. Hj Soma one should stiok a pin in the Salt Lako funny man and H restore him to a bettor understanding of po...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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