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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 4 February 1911

W' m1b II H .. , THE QGDEW.-STANPAEPv,.,; fl I jK - X iV' v - .L ....t , , m '.. . "-" J i H IF fPAUPEFv5. DEATH -.1 AY HAVE.;.. Lrj . - CO ex. NCYSTELY 1 D GS I ii . 1 t' (CopyricliU 1P10. by the Nch yotkitjcrald Co. AH'rlrhts roscVTyil.x I JL . iEV VOIIK. 1 V MS yX E da-v ,ast i"1?1" J,,st fts tie s1"-'111 town 1 clock was tolling the hour of five and the i I glancing rays of the morning sun were tlpphip VX the distant hill tops, the soul of an old, old man passed over the threshold of life Into the great beyond. It was whispered that he was nearly, If not quite, one hundred years old, and the worn and wasted figure on the humble almshouse cot did not belle this popular estimate of his ace. For more than twenty years he had rubbed elbows with the paupers of the little up-State village In New York, and now that be was cone they missed him more than ever day by day. His name was Clark, and his antecedents were un known. He had drifted Into town at the time of Gar Gold's death with a...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 4 February 1911

1 -(' I f77 THE GO,N STANDARD " 'Tli H - - i ' -'" '-tj. i i " th H taMBBMMS-"- 1 nil - LjQl M ; -; r s Ki9 I 4&ffflP' i k fig H I , , BY ELISE WILLEA.MSON. ' , j I Herein is told tho arrival of Sally Pruc injfew TorL, H J fresh from her Southern country heme, and hoio sho U made her first step tri becoming one of the city's great Hj army of self-supporting women. Being the second in- H I stalmcnt of a scries Kttttcn for theso pages htfEUsa H Williamson. I H .tcvrrlsht, 1010, br tbs Ncr York IIcnrM Co. All rlfcjiis rjrTi.) H ,. I ERSEY CITY! All out!" cried the porter, H I At Uie command of! that august person I H seized my suit case and hurried out of the Hl vJr Pullman without the least Idea where I H I was going. H For the last hour I had sat, batted and M ioaled, peering up and down the aisle for n sight of H tho conductor. I had inquired thirteen times of the B porter if we were near New York, and each time H j he had deigned me the Information that we wo Ud fl I soon be In...

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. — 4 February 1911

- Wk 1 m ' . - . Wi I LEGAL, r. w JfflfJL NOTICE. vH Ij lT t16 Stockholders of the Amalga- 2ffl f-' mated Sugar Company: . T3B :r. I Notice 1b hereby given that a meet ''3H ' (Jnj; of the stockholders of tho Amal- 'aB ' feasted Sugar company 'will be held r 2Mf f ht the company's office, room No. 203 iiSwffi' EccIm building, Ogden City. Utah, on jjft3 jthe Bth flay of November, 1910. at 11 guS9 o'clock a. m for the purpose of con- ,8)1 J Wdcriivj and voting upon the follow- afljj ? ftig- proposed chnnges and amend- ". i Ijncnts to the articles of Incorporation ',?cjai I tof this company, lo-wlt: "jl Repeal article V and substitute In oun, jjieu thereof the following": "Artlclo 'jjMl jV The authorized amount of the enp- raHf ital Btock-of said corporation Bhall bo fiSn Four Million ($4,000,000) Dollars, dl- ernBl 'vlded into Forty Thousand (40,000) jHf shares of preferred stock of the par ReHft ,Talue of Ono Hundred ($100.00) Dol- leafW fl&ro each. Unless otherwise ordered JjgM 1...

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. — 4 February 1911

' i " I "p T THE OGDEN STANDARD" m m j I A R T A FASHION X i'flami TWWn l8l(i!BPSHBBH 8 I I''! rEJAT EST Styles tfNBSk, : . (kSace'and Chiffon- ti I 'y ' Tea Gowns -Jlkv J 3Qgff . j ' wKvSCiT-r. vt? . . EB.US C ilfl wfi&:'"' plSf ';!" BP Back of Embroidered White Lace Tea Gown lllfl S't ' FWGfv " -V ISnSH Malfion Drcoll illV jB8$&r ' Jfcw7K& '". fejS&fil Photo Copyright, 1011, by RcutHngcr illH wSSfZu-'' ' ' KwSv"!- - 0 HE Exclusive Copyright, 1011, New York UcraU H White Lace Gown lllfKi H , o'O Copyright, 1011, by HcntlinRcr ( 2 t M i ' Exclusive Copyright. 1011. New York Herald VCsf? 8 11 1! .H J H ! BY MRS. A. T. ASHMORE.jj, H vjkf S' mcrc roan, exclaims agaiust H ' I 1 the present extravagance in dress extravagance i'roru Iho H ' man's point of view. In the fl same breath he is loud in his H praises of the charmingly. H dainty and simple simple from the man's H 1 point of view Lea gowns, negligees mid H ( matinees that arc so becoming and ef- B Tea gowns are eve...

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. — 6 February 1911

i -f 'II Ki! z-! ;- " O d . - i ' : 1 ' I .jlLET YOUR WANTS BE . g U j Aum&& rfV TViil W A WEATHER FORECAST m. known in the' J Ijp-nir llr 111 III I jSWIiJ I 111 1 1 II "vsgaffisrss jl EVENING STANDARD CUJV ;ftW WW ! IVM IVVVl' VV SmS L00AL SN0W 1 'iijt' . .FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO. 31 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY, UTAH, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 6, 9U Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice, Ogden, Utah r Ml . . . -I ' JioSIPlP 'Si! lli I at" A I H 3JFamous Inventor Spent ill His Money Seeking mi a Secret tiM I New York, Feb. 6. The finding of s9' three large pine cases containing mc 9M r chaulcal apparatus in a storage vault Hfof a downtown safe deposit company tHThas led to the discovery that John 9Hft Xeedham. Longdon, fellow of the British tyBte Society of Engineers and an invent w or of note, well-known throughout the 1 British empire for his work In the field of civil and mining- engineering, died hero of starvation several months Zf ago while seeking the secret of ...

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. — 6 February 1911

11 I K ' I kd a THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 191i. 1; HARBERTSMIF ll KHINDROS E i , icles of .iprecmcnt vcro signed ; i "P Saturday whereby Adolph LIndros, , the middleweight wreatler of Suit ! r C,ltj' wMI meet Jaok Ilarbcrtjson, or Ogden, ln a finished -wrestling: match at 'the skating rink in this I vn tho ovotnff of February 22. Both men -will be compelled to weigh I in at 158 pounds ringside The match 1b being promoted by U Philip Payne, of this city. For some- r JIme; Past ho has been trying to got Llndroa for a match, -with Harberiaon J i "ut not BuccoBBfnl until Saturday. Ai LIndros Is well known, in tho jnter- Ik mountain country as tho champion of Ell ' Finlnnd and In considered ono of the III -top-notch, mlddlowelghts of tho world. (f Ho has many ardent supporters in if i Salt Lake and will train there for the H coming match. II JlarborUjon goejj into this match II vtlth. tho confldenco (resulting from tho j nct that he has never met defeat. h e ...

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. — 6 February 1911

1 rl i i Wj ' THH EVENING STANDARD: uuuisn, UTAH, XyTONDAY, rctfRUARY 6, 19n. . " S ! t'p- LSGAX.. " S'O J. Vti NOTICE '"SEjf'To the Stockholders of the Amalga m's : nmted Sugar Company: 'sU' Jfotico Is hereby given that a meet m W In of the stockholders of the Amal- , na -Ued Sugar company will be hold 'lGAt '. 6t the company's office, room No 208 nHM r j;cciM building, Ogden City. Utah, on SflmL the 5th lay of November, 1910, at 11 ufrj o'clock a. m., for the purpose of coa IRljftf Ml 'piderlnj Jind voting upon the follow 7i tjhg proposed changes and amend W' tnents to the articles of Incorporation $f, t)f this company, to-wit: mi Repeal article V and substitute In . 4811 1,eu thereof the following: "Artlclu "v3fi V Tho authorized amount of the cap ID tNlt Ital stock of said corporation shall bo Mf"our Million (f4,000,GOO) DollarB. dl- Oil iU T,dGd lnto FortJf Thousand (40,000) , vM ehares of preferred stock of the par D?'r ' value of One Hundred (?100.00) Dol Xifi 'arc eacn Unles...

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. — 6 February 1911

ITr I. M j 4 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1911. . , lj 1 1 ; 51j Euttteg Stettin arib I ) Ait Independent Newspaper I (ESTABLISHED 1870..) ! f j . , PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY. Daily, Every Day x year.. .$6.00 Dally. Evory Day, C Months.. S3.0D Dally, Every Day, 3 y&uhs.. .$1.50 Sunday Only, 1 Ve.11 J$2.00 I- I la Ogden City by Carrier 75 cents per month. I? FT fnfonnatlon concerning city subscriptions, telephone to tlso city ' circulation department B0U1 Phonos 5C. i WESTERN PACIFIC TROUBLES. Wk ' Tho Western Pa3fic railroad Is so completely tied up in the ! Feather River canyon that no one dares ventures a guess as to when trains will be moving1 again, Landslides have blocked the road for , miles and no through trains have been operated since January 2. m Sixty passengers, on a local train, who were attempting to reach Mi j Oroville from Loyalton, near the he...

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. — 6 February 1911

B . j , THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, ' UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1911. jL, If III 1 9 I m,te7 &! I fM ii n. .SHPP S AT THE SEATS HOW SELLING. I fT XX I I . tf I ft , ' I STANDARD TELEPHONES 1 CALL UP- STANDARD EXCHANGE. Bell 56, to Communicate w'th any . department. ! ' N if RANDOM I 1 REFERENCES y I H. S. Roberts qf Evanston is visiting ilj in this city. II : Call Allen, phones 22, fcr carriages for funerals and operas Private calls U a specialty. Also prompt delivery of K' baggage. 412 25th. J C. Snyder of Salt Lake City Is paying a short visit to this city. WANTED Clean white rags ut the Standard. - 'l ; : Miss B. Bonklll, whosohome is In 1 i Salt Lake City, is visiting friends in this city for a few days. . Advertisers must have their copy k( for the Evening Standard the evening before the day on which the adver- j tisoment is to appear in order to In- l euro publication. C. Zuggars of Los Angeles stopped i ; off in Ogdon Saturday afternpon to ' visit friends. Mr. Zuggars Is...

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. — 6 February 1911

llll 6 THE EVENING STANDARD:- OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1911, T -jl II IP . I . ' The Cost of a Car of Peaches from the 111 Tree to the Chicago Auction BSock 111 The Leeches Who' Bleed the l Farmers of Their Hard-Earned I Wealth A Couple of Stories I J Wo r t h R e a d i n g I ill iy i ii t - I jl One of our leading" bankers said, the other day, that he thought I j the fruit grower of Weber county had an independent fortune in l sight." Well, we met our friend John Hall, of North Ogden, who I 8 came to this office to pay his subscription for the daily paper, andrtve I H told him what the banker had told us. I I Well, Mr. Hall is-an Englishmanand he repeated the words "in I B dependent fortune in sight," and said, "you know I cant appreciate I R some of the American humor, but I suppose that would sound funny I J even to an Englishman, if he weije existing under different circum- I I I stances than I am at the presemVtinie. ' ' I jl This is the story he told: It Mr. Hall and a...

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. — 6 February 1911

'I liU - - -'. " 7 - : . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1911 ........ - - 7 JB ? : A Qeorffe Washington price reduction a real, actual chopping ' 9j j . , off of all our profits and in some cases, part of the cost on our suits jBi s 5-r ' "" and overcoats. . ' PV Jf f3i' " " ' ' The smart styi the perfect tailoring- and the superb quality of Jfm) jMry fabrics used make these prices truly remarkable ones: i WJ -TT $25 Suits at $18.75 $18 Overcoats at S13.50 Hw OlS&CR ?2 SllltS at 15.00 $15 Overcoats at; $11.25 HS? t W- There's no need with the above prices to endeavor to make the $SW I lUT V present woni and shabby suit "Or overcoat last until the Spring- 1 (Blfe WatsooTasiffler Clothing Co. 3JK 375 Twenty-fourth Street. "Where the Clothes Fit." f BIDS m THE I NEW SCHOOL stray m jra J Bids for the construction of the pro- itfltot! posed Lorin Farr school building, to iJijj'f be erected on the corner of Twenty- j(jj -second street and Harrison avenue, jtey ...

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. — 6 February 1911

r 8 I RANDOM I LgEFEgENCES w (Continued fromgp nw3 BKTn0MltnCarnIa-. M. En i'6?' .I.rB- George L. Erhard. and cMld 'Anselos Inst night to visit wilf 3rs. J. C Armstrong for a weeks. HGnfCTUbl,C Mcnuattos. Small Bets of books n. specialty. Investigate ft. L Warner, 343S 1-3 Wash. Are. Of fice hours 2 p. m to. j. m. Tit Phones Jnd. 89. BeH TStf Gone to Arizona Miss WandaJfcnl blo and Mlg Pa.rtlno Sftiito bavoleft ior a pleasure- trip througov OtrfSornta and Arizona. Pay your subscription ono manih i?, advance nnd gat a 26-cent cjcq of l ierces' Pork and Boang frea These pork and beans arc cafmeO-ln. Oden and aro absoluieLj puEa, To Recover on a Note Newman H. Barker laas commenced milt agaurjt Wllllard Parser to recover 1250, al locod to be duo on a certain prptous Gorr nQto, dated Janaary- , 1810. Th6 walntlff Is suing: for tbo mnoarii of i Uho note, together Tvlto Sjper tdtA la- ! JterestronuAnrim lflIO,cahdklttdriicy fees. P- O. RICHARDSON (T.rm FEED man). JUBt arrived- a fera.- ca...

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. — 7 February 1911

1 1 FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO. 32 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN" CITY, UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 7, 9 . Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice, Ogden, Utah - ( vil One Man Perishes flv and Thirty Persons j Are Injured SI 'Lui New York, Feb 7. Daybreak found 451 New York city clad in a three-Inch blanket of snow, the gift of the mld I winter storm which has been advanc W ' ing from the Mississippi for two days. M ! During the greater part of the night I7?:'ity of twenty-five miles an hour, while llll '. the mercury had dropped to a point y! nearly twenty degrees below freezing. H ' The weather maa prophesied more Ml snow and a lower temperature before ' tonight. i One death due to the storm was ISLf reported and the police had a record aj of thirty persons injured by falls or 13 taken to hospitals suffering from e.x Late posure. The dead man was Frederick H? Luhring, who perished of exposure, ' 'H? : . dying In an ambulance as he was be jEJJ ing taken to the hospital. I The sky wa...

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. — 7 February 1911

mmmmmmBBHJHHHHhMHHIMBBHHIHhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi SI MMM "V f7 " fj , 2 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911. I TO AGREE ON I LETTER I j I ST- PETERSBURG Feb. C Count lj! ' ' Patrick O'Brien do Iassy, who, TVith If ( t. Pantchonko, is being tried for tho 111 ; poisoning of Count Bonturttn, ooouplod lj e ceatar of tho atngo at the proceed Ill J lnes today. Tfao profieontloa is en llj 1 deuvoring to b1ow that Ito Leasy lijj wrote a Iottor to Pantohenko relating It to tho plan to poison both. General I Bonterlln nnd hb son. Ill Tho typewritten letter was found III among Pantchonko's papers at tho II I time of his arrest. Tho envelope was I'l inlBslng nnd Pantchenko oxplained he W j had thrown it away. The authorship I 1 1ms been attributed by Pantchenko to II Bo Leasy, -who Btootly denies this. As I I a test De Lassy wan instructed to re 1,1 ' tojry a portion of tho letter on his own I'f , typewriter, which, wna brought into j I court today. 1,1 Gawarnment...

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. — 7 February 1911

lj THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911. ' 5- II 4gjp NOTICE. Vf? To the Stockholders of the Amalga K mated Sugar Company: fSB Notice is hereby given that a meet iWiF mi of tho stockholders of the Amal $1? R3 -"Ued Sugar company will be hold "KM ot b company's oOlce. room No. 208 Ecclee building. Ogdcn City. Utah, oa It the 5th -lay of November, 1910, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of con F!derln,j nnd voting upon tho follow ; j pi-oposed changes and amend ments to the article3 of Incorporation of this company, to-wlt: Repeal article V and substitute in lieu thereof the following: "Article V -The authorized amount of the cap ital stock of said corporation Bhall bo Four Million (S4.000.000) Dollars, dl - Tided Into Forty Thousand (-10,000) k shares of preferred stock of the par k value of One Hundred ($100.00) Dol y Iara each., Unless otherwise ordered by the Board of Directors, all dlvU , dends shall be paid in four equal quar ty 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. — 7 February 1911

..-I s THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 191a. ?L I s I An Independent Newspaper (ESTABLISHED 1870..) PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY (BY WILLIAM QLASMANN.) I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY. Daily, Every Day, 1 Tear.. .$6.00 Dally, Evpry Day. C Months. . .$3.03 Dally, Every Day, 8- Months. ..$1.50 Sunday Only. 1 Year $2.00 In Ogden City by Carrier 75 cents per month. For information concerning city subscriptions, telephone to tho city circulation department. Both Phoneu 5G. THE BOYCOTT IN OGDEN. One of the worst features of the "Grocers' Combine" in this city is the us of tho boycott by that organization. J. Gabe Taylor, a business man of Ogdon, relates how his brother was put out of business by that "Combine" about two years ago. Mr. Taylor sup plied his brother with funds to equip a little plant for manufacturing potato chips. Soon after the success of the venture had been demon' , strated, one of the local grocers complaine...

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. — 7 February 1911

M J&i THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911. . 5 jl ar i 11 THANK GOD, WE'RE SAFE I I . FROM APPENDICITIS I j Eat All You Want to. Children We'ro I J Safo Because I'vb Rfad th I ADLER-I-KA BOOK. B ', What a blcsslntr lo tut txisltlvoiy nafe I j r from Appendicitis, so yon cuti cat nny- I j thing- you want and jis much ns you want I K without over clvlnp Appendicitis n ' thouBht- To not INSTANT rollef from e nil your bowel .ind Mtomnch trouble. To l bo safo and well and ptrong I j No more wind on Mm nlomactv. anm f , stomach, constipation, nnuac;u heavy lb t fcllnp after rnllnfc. No more bo m lnc nfrald of Retting the trenchcrnu M Appendicitis. The ADLER-I-KA BOOK g chowB what to do all um Simula ns A. B. ;B C, and absolutely xur' I'M Write your namo below, enclose a 2- M cont stamp, and you will Rft tho famous M ADLEU-1-KA BOOK entirely free. Iffl M different from any book you ever saw; '9 It tulls wha only Tow doctors know It will Murprlso and astonish yo...

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. — 7 February 1911

1 " I I 11 1 6 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGD-EN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911. . j j- ' 1 """sa"'r'"BTrTmaiHimiWiiHiw t i pi i i ii i 1' 1 Both Phones 323. I m TBEATKE I ! I Matinee Tomorrows 3:30 p.m. Bring- the children to see Swain's wonderful collection of jj I tvr . Trained Cookatoos. ' lmeePrices 10c, 16c, 25c. Evening Prices 10c, 25c, 50.2, POSTOFf ICE TO . CLOSE SUNDAYS Petition is Being Circulated in. Favor of a Day of Rest for Postoffice Employes Expression to be Obtained From Churches Only Transient Mail to be Delivered at Window. I -A a- matter of justice to thecniploy- I ' ees, and keeping in line with popular I advanced thought, PoBtmastcr L. AV. , Shurtllff is taking steps to cot an expression from patrons of the Ogden I , postofflco relative to Sundav closing. I ' The closing will Include all carrier windows, registry and stamp win- i dows; the general delivery window ( remaining open for one hour for the transient public only. The proposed I t change would have no ef...

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. — 7 February 1911

Vgji . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911 ' ' - I 11 Qt) y I THEATRE mcl AN EXCELLENT NOVELTY ,1)1 BILL '5vl Charles Leonard Fletcher & .ilif Co., in "His Nerve." 3 ! THE FOUR JOE Jfjj FAMOUS JACKSON SlVaill Sensational Me fuf" dy Tight-Wire Vagabond." I Jar It Performers ieflj HIBBERT & SWAIN'S 1 Sit WARREN COCKATOOS ItrfJtf Colored, But In a Unique Vf(Ff Not Born Tnat Act. JJWtl Way. fc FORCE and KINODROME J WILLIAMS MOTION JI In "The Girl PICTURES welt ' - ff : ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA. CM,: 1 I Ogdeo Ser, Pipe v! I Still sellling- the celebrated j J jj I HIAWATHA COAL lB lf': I F1"63 from tne ne at ' Yp I $5.00 De3ivercd J;. V i I Both Phonos. B Jc, Jj &Mjjjfe!.';igiE JJT' If 0 i ft f AMERICAN EXPRESS :i R ! COB1PANY. AVI ISSUES It I reLU TRAVELERS' CHEQUES AND btjlj LETTERS OF CREDIT. DRAFTS n(I N FOREIGN COUNTRIES. U'1P MONEY ORDERS. rejWj CABLE AND TELEGRAPHIC If F TRANSFERS OF MONEY, PAY -? I), ABLE THROUGHOUT THE it M WORLD. , ; OFFICE, UNION ...

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. — 7 February 1911

i l f . 8 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, .1911. 1 For iiisiking quickly and per- i 1 ectljc, delicicwis hot biscuits, I ! J I hot breads, cake and pastry f I there is no substitute for 1 Sixty Ye&sBs the SSasaeS&rd i 1 Made irom pure Grape j I Cream of Tart ar I No iAlum No Lime Phosphates 1 H "I am entirely opposed to Gjc use of slum In H Baklnff Powders." Pro. Cliandlcr, Columbia Univ. fl ' 1 Re&sS the LsSssff 1 I "Alam,so-dinm alum, basic aluminum sulphate, I 1 sulphate ol aluminum, all mean Hie same thing ; 1 gamely, &VU$n: ALVM.Kz-Kansas'Statc3oardofIIcaltlu a kmm tu4wii -w i "y I SALT LAKE HAS I uvar MHiBis Sslt Iako, Fob. 7. The largest crowd ot Manhattan club fans seen idnco tho club started operations this winter wag on hand last night. Owing to many substitutions, due to the cold feet or some similar canae, there wero changes from the- original card. There Tvero three good bouts and a battle royal, however, that got the laughs. The ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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