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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 February 1911

HlM . Forty-flrst Year-No. 29. Price Five Cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 19M Entered as Second Clasa' Matter at the Poetofflce, Ogdon, Utah. H iIINITFR ?T4TF? TDftrtP? Tfl PBlflQQ TI-8F ' iflCabinet in Washington Considering the Ad visability of Performing an Extraordinary 5jj Act on Foreign Territory- Mexican . Authorities Desire to Send Soldiers iI Through EI Paso to , Scene s of -Armed Conflict 11 S'Mu El Paso, Feb. 3. Ciudad Juarez, 6' II L Moxlcq, the city across the interna m lip Uonal border from El Paso, npparently t is at the mercy of the Insurgents, who E nre converging to attack the place, if ft and who are reported to he within &v e,,'bt m,les oC tho clLy- "otJce that If theywill fire on the city has been ' ' I served but' according to their declara '' nF tions, their messanger was captured id'. If and '3 being hold a prisoner, no of U I I Nclal notice yet having reached tho W H! frelSu consuls, and 12 hours will be 'i if a,lov;'ed t- olnPsQ bof...

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 February 1911

n u 1! I H THE EVENING STAW'DAED: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY- 3, lull. , H . '- . a ! " " II Hi HAYS HAIR HEALTH H Never fails to restore H gray hair to its natural! H color. Positively removes 1 H Dandruff. Is not a dye. 9 H J Scad 6c. potujo nd roar dctlcr't tume (or V l PRBBu SAMPLE BOTTLBJ H I I toPtaUoHy8pcCo..NffwTfc.N.J..U.S.A. j I $1 d Mo. botllc. l dro oc Jt. tw, or H ' dirtct upon rJp ol pn'c. , rn H, RBFUSB ALL SUDSTITUTBg HAY'S LILY WHITE CEBXM bnilfi H i tka complexion, pnmn wrinkle. vabam. HH frtckle. pimplM. WiekhiU. Nod(reror H trittn Ut oo Mur efft. Doiao4proaol Hj Lir trowth. 2Sa8Dni4&DP.tof H CULLEY DRUG CO., 2479 WASH. H WM. DRIVER & SONS. 2453 WA8H. 1 BADCON'S PHARMACY, 2421 WA8H. H f 1 l IT'S EASIER H J THAN HAND M IRONING ! H I Our method o ironing: your B v . shirts finishes them better and H -with loss "ircar than is possible Hl f -vvhon thoy arc ironed by hand. H This is true because to iron H ' by hand the iron must bo Hl V. rubbed back and fort...

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 February 1911

"r - ' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FBEDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1911, 3 H Oml iJsaAt- I nl-B NOTICE. rlJ' To tho Stockholders of tho Arualga fjK njated Sugar Company: ' JJotice Is hereby given that a meet- M fnf of tho stockholders of the Amal-"-M ' pj -ted Sugar company will be held "m at tb company'6 cfllce, room No. 20G 'Mi ' Ecclee building, Ogden City. Utah, on Mjk tbe 5th lay of November, 1910, at 11 Am ' o clock a- m., for the purpose of con-LW- MWerluj and voting upon the follow er ' I ' "tof proPsc changes and amend r '" ? ' nicnts to the articles of Incorporation , - jof this company, to-wlt: t99fLj Repeal artlclo V and substitute In QS lieu thereof tho following: "Artlclo 7 V Tho authorized amount of the cap- Iltal stock of Bald corporation shall be Four Million ($4,000,000) Dollars, di vided Into Forty Thousand (40,000) shares of preferred slock of the par value of One Hundred (5100.00) Dol lars each. Unloss otherwise ordered by the Board of Directors, all dlvl ' dends sha...

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. — 3 February 1911

1 j5 1 H . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1911 H h An Independent Newspaper H (ESTABLISHED 1870..) H PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY H (BY WILLIAM GLA5MANN.) H TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. H BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OQDEN CITY. H Dally. Brcry Day. 1 Toar... $0,00 Dally. Every pay. C Months. . .$3.00 M Dally.' Erory Day, 3 Months. . .51-50 Sunday Only, 1 Year $2.00 H In Offdon City by Carrier 70 conts por month. H Pot Information concerning city nubscriptlons, telephono to tho city H lrctfltsa depArtnwmt. Both Fhonoa 6G. H THOSE WHO CAUSE DELINQUENCY. Hl Honso'bill No. 99, by Hayes, should pass the Utah legislature. H The measure Ib intended to hold not only a juvenile responsible for H hi? -fill acts, but, in certain cases, makes the responsibility rest H upon those older persons who, by any act, words or con- H duct, or by tho omiflaion to do something required by law to be done, H aid, abot, encourage, contribute to or become responsible for the H delinque...

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. — 3 February 1911

sSli . THE EVENING STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3, 1911. ' - 5 M FffiSStt . . ' , . , . IH S. :. "'?i-,&?' --tSiitJJL wIIX ill ff III !J0l$s ClllJJllIy wPOlllIL' - ....- m I The source and making of Cottolene insure its purity. From the white, tufty tops of The Sunny South- H 8- land's cotton the see4 is removed, the oil extracted and refined hj our exclusive process.. H p From. Cotton field to iKJtcen-1axLm.a3L hands never touch the oil from which Cottolene is made.. H Compare the source of Cottolene with the source of lard, and draw your own conclusions as to m the comparative cleanliness, purity, and healthfulness of the two products. I M Made only by THE BT. K. FAIRBANK COMPASTY , " , v H il?l I " ' lKtf STANDARD TELEPHONES j CALL UP Wt STANDARD EXCHANGE. Js Bell 66, to Communicate w'th any JSJ department. 1 RANDOM I REFERENCES 1 J Mr. and ."Mrs. Will Ecclos, jr.. left if last night for Oregon ufter soveral 5 weeks' visit with the former's par- I ents. - I j Call A...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 February 1911

H 3 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1911. jl I OGDEN THEATRE j Two Nights and Bargain Matinee j JOHN P. SLOCUM OFFERS I - "T ("Das Kiiss Madchon.") y With H( -MISS TEXAS GUINAN H AND BIG SINGING COMPANY J H i SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT H S SATURDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT, AND SUNDAY j I February, 4 and 5 Hl Matinee Prices 25c, 50c, 76c and $1.00 JS H I Night Prices 50c, 76c, $1.00 and $1.50 HL J Seat Sale Opens, Friday, Feb. 3rd, 10 a. m. pmisgaJw.i Tiiiiii i ..wwjia'AJMA-iAfMVJiV,riW'.? I' THE OGDEN MEAT CO. H 2323 Washington Avenue. C. H. LARNED, Prop. 9 LARNED GROCERY CO. 2300 Grant Avenue. For Groceries, Phone 405 J SPECIALS FOR A FEW DAYS: ' . f3 lb. Pail 45c . PUREXARD 5 lb. Pail 75c I 10 lb. Pail $1.40 & 10 lb. Pail Chofolone, an ideal shortening $1.25 ? Fancy Cottage Hams, per lb 15c ( Picnic Haras 14c i Telephone fiell, 23; lnd 202. Free Delivery. (mm CLOTHES H 'The Only Kind I .New Hampshire I Woolen So. I Make 817.30 H to H GUARANTEED TO FIT PERFECT H...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 February 1911

H5Bi HE EVENING STAND AED: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3 1911 ' f ") B vUif I .- . - 1 ,i iH Bf ' jr agar ubmaa ib I H I Bsdu BBS w Ha4 Jn "f I 4 Monday, Februao 6tti he JF I . "They're Laughing Yet in Chicago." ( .: ;W 1 KELLEY and FITZ GERALD j 1GS? I Present ! U, I 1 The Merriest of Musical Comedies I celW 1 ADAMS, HOUGH and HOWARD ! I With 'I I Lcrafs Kelso--Frecl WycBcoff 1 Ver and . i thant 50 SINGERS, COMEDIANS anil DANCERS 50 j J) Production, in Detail, as Presented for 225 Consecutive Per- jj J J formances at the LaSalle Theater Chicago. c -J, THE FLRST "CHANTICLEER" DANCE EVER STAGED ' '( i That Impressionable Beauty Chorus None of Them Twenty ij L 6 f) I None of Them Married. I NED WAYBURN'S DANCING BROWNIES (Original Double Sextette of Dancing Broilers.) ; Jl ) SEATS, SUNDAY, 10 A. M. I w i) I I ? II' I RANDOM IS I REFERENCES j (Continued from Pane Five 1 ;t Suits Dismissed On motion of the I If attorneys iov tho plaintiff-.! in the Jj' cases of Oscar Benson and Louis ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 February 1911

8'.V HE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1911. H ffl I IS Makes Home Baking Easy, J H ' i ilvli Gives nicer, better food than bakSr's. Wm H . yfe There is no baking powder like it Wr H . , for hot biscuit, hot breads and cake, ffl f fti JkteJe rom Pyre Graps Cream of Tartar. i a Hl iii u i ...i u ii itwt'hi iw-ira-ii it-- r -j I rim l ir nnrLuuu.nuuuxjmTTSi.-ini u, .n niuiien.11 ,, 1 , ,,, , - EXPLANATION BY Hl Ogdon, January 2S, 1011. H As tho officers of tbe Amalgamated H Sugar company scorn to havo tbe un- Hl doratandlng that as a result of tho Hj meeting of beet-growers held in tho H ' county courthouse Mnrch 2G, 1910, Uie Hl farmers were thereby bound to nccc.pt H tho offer raado by the sugar company H J of $4.75 per ton for sugar beets grown H ia 1911, we desire to make the follow- H ' Ing explanation: HJ When this proposition of promising H , to grow beets for $4.75 per ton for H the season of 1911 was presented at' H that meeting shouts of "No! no!" H wero ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 4 February 1911

jt Forty-first Yea No. 30-Price Five Cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4, 191116 PAGES Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice, Ogden, Utah. H tfflllS A o Greene and Gaynor to Mff be Free Men With j t in a Month .9 m Atlanln, Ga., Feb. 4 Benjamin Greene, and John F. Gnynor, convict- m ed on Uie charge of defrauding the Dof'K government in tho Savannah harbor S ,'K work by the aid of Captain Oberlin M. i mld'K Carter, and sent to the federal pris-, ill M' on' w e rec men w'm a month. B," Tho two prisoners completed their 1 , terras of service in the penitentiary : yesterday and will be at liberty, but R." for tho fine At the end of thirty rfH It days time, they can go before the It UniteJ States clerk at Atlanta, take ICf H' the pauper's oath and go where they 'a If will fl The term of Imprisonment was for 1(J If four years, but the "good service" 8 l time off allowed them, has reduced n, Ir the sentences. Greene, who had been UV Jl ill before his Incarcerat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 4 February 1911

H 2 ' THE EVENING STANDARD- OGDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4. I. li "STANTORD, Ky., Feb. S. "A vision from God told mo that ho would rlso H Bpaln." Bald Mrs. Amanda I. Harrison, H In confessing before Judge Balloy this H afternoon that sho worked ull of H Tuesday night digging Into tho grnro H and removing tho casket containing H tho body of George U. Saufloy, tho at- H torney, which was found above- the H ground early "Wednesday. Mrs. Hnrri- Hj son, who was arrested. In a remote H part of Adair county, nearly 100 miles H away, today readily admitted her eon- H nectlon with tho attempted grave rob- H ben and said sho had no accomplices. H Said Had Vision from God. H In explanation of tho story, Mrs. H ' Harrison said that on last Saturday H ' morning she experienced a vision H from God. In which sho was assured H that the attomoy would arise from the H dead if the earth covoring him should H ,he removed. H Confiding her intention to no one, H lira. Harrison went about her plans 1 1...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 4 February 1911

I',. THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATTJBDAY, FEBRUARY 4, lffil. H M ;vv-.v -. , Win the. Boys and;& ' . "'::'' A ';i H I lf AvAmM aw . Mamma gave us the can of Pierce's H j. I H &M& ' ' Pork and Beans and we took it to school IllSk 11 I 111 " 1 Cn!!wWwI or unc- Each of us had three soda llB ' Ipi H l lml crackers and the beans with pork, and KIW W 11 '1 llspl . B; our meal was scrumptious. You ought HMH li H ' " ' Av Mlll to see ow tie e oys an g's watc- 'Br ' lff I ' -e wl ec us' we now their mouths watered, llpfr ; . jk H W WV Sl we et tiem a ave a sPoon- an ' MH '' I ' I& Jwslfiflr te r saac Pierce that ihe nice white m ' i P I ; w mmMfffm pork was kully' ttiere was oniy one piece M ; J III I ,! (fff iSi ' por n fce can an we ac to ve h r I (Jii I ! 1 1 lm ' can't we have two pieces in the next S E5 I Jlil w Jw( can we et Mamma says she will pay 'W&k P ' 5 I I 111 dUri JfPlt or e PaPer n advance every month sm SffiBj H ' Iwl ilB7 or a can erce's Pork and...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 4 February 1911

H J - B THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, .ljljl. SSfe I 3lj lEuating Stott&artu M An Independent Newspaper H (ESTABLISHED 1E70..) PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY H (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. H BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY. LLX Dally, Every Day, 1 Yoar...$6.00 Dally. Every Day, C Months.. .$3.00 -U Daily, Evory Day, 3 Months... $1.50 Sunday Only, 1 Yoar $2.00 H In Ogden City by Carrier 75 cents per month. -U For information concerning city subscriptions, tolcphono to tho city circulation departmont. Both Phonos DC. H INDIGNATION OF AN OUTSIDE GROCER. H No ono interested in the questions presented by this paper in 1 relation to the "Grocers' Combine ' in Ogden, should fail to read the -U letter of The Ward-Boice company of Rock Springs, Wyoming, ap- H pearing in another part of this issue of the Standard. The communi- H cation is addressed to the proprietor of the paper and came to him mU unsolicited and, therefore, is a vol...

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. — 4 February 1911

vT I IH T , THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATUKDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1911. S H -PaB' 1 YYlYMf fi JT in M SUNNY j Jsu Cleaner, sweeter, whitef r m& - clothes, is the result when B ,,'Vyou use Sunny Monday Soap. IY' Sunny Monday is white, 'and contains not an ounce of I rosin, which is one of the chief ingredients of all 3rellow laundry soaps. Clothes cost more than soap and it, there fore, pays to use the beslTsoap, even for laundry purposes. Ask your grocer for Sunny Monday. ' JHF." THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY r-JB ' CHICAGO tarn I Have You Had tha Grippe? I For those bad ooughs fol- 1 lowing the grippe, there is J nothing like our old fashion- J WHITE PINE AND TAR 1 COMPOUND. (v to cure them. 1 WM. DRIVER & SON DKtUO 00. 1 2453 Washington Ave. 1 Both Phones 38. !( GOOD J;- CLOTHES ' The Only Kind j New HainpsSiir Woolen 0. I Make 1 pSj GUARANTEED TO FIT PERFECT & Bell, 419; nd.( 926. 211 25th. m ( ml m - I'1 WE KEEP MEN'S CLOTHES I j NEW. W Our dry cleaning anil pressing...

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. — 4 February 1911

Hi mi f H 6 ' THE EVENING STANDARD' OGDSN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1911. Jfc& I ROCK SPRINGS I ., GROCERY STORE H Manager Writes Letter Condemning the H Course of the Grocers' Combine in H Ogden Ships Goods from Ogden, H - Pays Freight and Then Sells For 25 H ,-oi' Per Cent Less Than Ogden Grocery H Stores Hl r The following is a self-explanatory letter which has an import- H ant bearing on the high prices of the grocery combine in Ogden: H "Rode Springs, Wyo., Fcl2, 1911. H "Mr. Wm. Glasmann. Editor, Ogden. Standard, Ogden, Utnh; H Dear Sir: "I have read with much interest the Examiner o last H Monday and have made arrangemnts to reproduce the entire page in Hl the next issue of the Weekly Miner here. H - "Since you published our advertisement, I have had inquiries Hj from Ogden, asking if we are closing out and going to retire from i business, thus accounting for the low prices. H "No, indeed, we arc not closing out, but just getting started, W changing from a credit busin...

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. — 4 February 1911

i HI fam m THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY; FEBRUARY 4, 1911. ? H ffil I TH "M T flfr-IT M RETURN ENGAGEMENT 0F AT THE rsEsTowTJiiii nrrTkTT CTl I "1 I x i A I WTII17 IfCCfflT riDI 99 I fififcrai TUElTDB!1' I vIilvjrnX I K I and Tomorrow Night, 1 1 OH HMOHIJ Jf IxltlL. UulJni 1 ilk A I Hfc 1 &M Tomorrow Night, I m RANDOM if REFERENCES , tljgl (Continued from Pago Fivo.) ijgtt Fourth Ward Elder "Wlllard Done, lll of the Y. M. M. I. A. general board. AiSff w1"" be "lle s',eacr at- conjoint ses- ivfol Blon at the Fomth ward, Sunday laJfiSK evening:, Feb. 5. Special music l$VfJ Notice Public accounting. Small SJI 1 rets of books a specialty. Investigate. K H. E. Warner, 243S 1-2 Wash. Ave. Of- 5lH ; Uco hours, 2 p. m., to 5 p. m. Tele- "UJk phones Ind. 879. Bell 737. ifSji j J aff-f A Talk to Parents Prof. Henderson SI 'J of Weber academy will speak to the jglK ,1 Fourth ward Parents' class,, Sunday qJY Subject, "Practical Use of Edtica- mi Uon-" Ml Pay your fiubsctiptlo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 4 February 1911

I H tvg ' THE EVENING STANDARD: OC-DEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEERUARY 4, 1911. . . - -J H WHSm&'mSSW infill 'lfpS H SCENE FROM MAXINE ELLIOTT'S PRODUCTION, "THE INF ERIOR SEX," OGDEN THEATER, THURSDAY, FEB. 9TEL H , SEAT.3 WEDNESDAY, 10 A. M. iiiiiM 4 ' , Hl The Reorganized Church cf Jesus, Hl Christ of Latter-day Saints Corner of j Fifteenth street, and Washington avc- H I r.uc. Sunday School at 10 a. in., at HI ( 11 a. in. Sacraments and Social scr- H I vice; preaching at 7:30, by Elder J. D. H Stead. .Tho public Is cordially Invil-' H edto attend all services. Hj Seventh Day Adventlsts Proachlqg H I service at 257G "Washington -Vvo., Sup- H day cvcniDg at 7:45. Come and study H thc Bible with us." LeRoy Knott, mln- M First Baptist Church Qn Grant, H 1 iicar twenty-fourth street. Rev. H. D. H J Zimmerman, pastor. Servicer on i H Sunday, Feb. 5th, 1911, will be as H follows: Sunday school will meet at I M 10 o'clock Classes for all. Mr. ' H ' Craft, superintendent. Divine worship H ...

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. — 4 February 1911

a- par, two l c THE. EVENING STANDARD I s 9 to ie 1 I l, E - , . v . , 1 FORTY-FIRST YEARNO. - 30 ' OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4, mv --. - PRICE pryE CENTS H ora-W II ' : .. - H 3 . .; Dix Morgan ..:-.,,,,r In The .Fighting Engineer f By Captain Fritz Duquesne. 1 rt HE invention ought to save I the railroad companies from -- eighty to ninety million dol ' far3 a year. Why it was not thought 'of before I can't imagine. So far I can find no faults or flaws in the thing. . Instead of tearing up all the ! rails that have cost us $30 a ton, and shipping them back to the mills, and selling them for ten dollars a -g: ! ton, we can use the same rails over S jgain without taking them away from TIE f the track." The consulting engineer njj? j of one of the largest railroad interests H K in the United States was addressing H the board of directors in their of ift f ( J ficcs in the Terminal Building, New 3.1J 'York, and explaining to them the SfrA' Jmeaning of the white drawi...

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. — 4 February 1911

fft." m - II I m " By MRS OLIVER BELLE BUNCE -M II I IN A KITCHENETTE APARTMENT HOUSE H The Refuge .for Families H 1 On Small Incomes Who H' Would Otherwise Be HI t. Driven to Board- Hl ing Houses THE kltchonetto partmcnts of Now York are tho natural and logical outgrowth or tho demand for H home llfo by popl of somewhat restricted Incomos. They aio coxy nnu H inviting enough to mean homes to pco- Tle who otherwise might be forced Into H hoarding houses, or tho furnished room M ilfe, both of which have many draw- i Wkfl and aro wanting In real com- Hl Tho kilchonotto apartments aro-not H 1 -aeslrned for family occupancy, and do I not Invite ontcrtalnments on any cx- H enarv scale. They vary In stylo and 1 -slue from two to four rooms, not ln- M ! :!udmg tho tiny kitchens from whlcn iH -tbey tako their name, and are inva- M Tlably attractive places owing to their H , imarvolous economy ot space. Indeed, iH lit would nlmoBt eccm as though the 1 -dcslgnors had taken tho dining car as M...

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. — 4 February 1911

M ,. , , THE -OCDEN STANDARD I 1 gPfHEN ONE COBBLER, CAPTURED A TOWN I jiff QjfjEjjPE-Amazing Exploit of Frederick William Voight,. Whose Daring Deed Made-ttie Kaiser's Army the Latxghjtng Stock of the World . I Iff ' fcif "5? -- Ml If iWH IS ilw ptefWi 1 1 few - few vM II! ft! mSm If xAt ifelMil III r7 sraTWY'w II ' ' ly' I; I Purchased Her Husband's Handsomest I ; Uniform and Donned It I' 1 YHEIT the German village of Koepenick was I ; VV captured single handed by an unknown I man a few years ago and all tlie astound- lr ing acts performed that are hereafter narrated I the whole world was incredulous for a day or so I.' and then a laugh rolled up, beginning in Gcr- I ; many and spreading all around the globe. I ! It was merely m the due course of things that H the man wan sent to prison for four years. Even H the world looked on this very light mindedly, J and it increased liis popularity, if anything. He 2jl: left Germany on his lelease and came to the $M United States by way of ...

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. — 4 February 1911

hibybybybybybybybybybybybybybybybybybybybybyby i i I . EIGHT STAND ARB 2-YEAK L GMAPE VINES FREE : I WaiaS to Give You These 8 Grape Vines Free TM Is Importamf Hae Graps Vtl&SS We Seed 1 1 H 1 I beHeve that this-is tho greatest offer that has ever been made by any newspaper in the world, fj BU ' - aii- , i. i j .!. t i .irp taken from the eTomid in the Fall, and are kept through the 1 H vidl-imKrantee it to be exactly-as represented. Although we have contracted with the growers for a large are taKen lrom xne SIU1U- . ' 1 ' ... .4. . . . x ,. . Winter in a dry or dormant condition, and are ready for planting in 1 BM : I want to set 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, J . . J x wwio w go" , i- any section 0f ti2C country when the Spring opens and the frost is i Urf nl offer and if vou are-aot satisfied that it is j ust as represented, I will refund your money every there is a...

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