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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 10 February 1911

m Tgv THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, TJtfAH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911. r ' , H r I I STANDARD TELEPHONES I ? CALL UP $ STANDARD EXCHANGE. H Bell 56, to Communicate with. any H department. B i I ; RANDOM i REFERENCES It R. Roberts, of ISvanston, was a Thursday visitor in this city. I Great Aviation Meet at Salt Lake Feb. I lltb, 12th and 13th. Round trip rate 1 $1.10 via Oregon Short Line. Tickets f on sale Fob. lltb, 2th and 13th, good J- returning Fob. IClh. Forty-Five Min. I uto Flyer leaves Osdqn S:o0 a. m.. If returning leaves Salt Cake G:00 p. m. V. Secure tickets City OfTIce, 2511 Wash jf Ington Ave. - I Charles' Rlechers, of Pocatcllo, Is a I business visitor In Ogden. ' I Call Allen, phones 22, for carriages 1 , for funerals anrt opsras Private calls h a specialty. Also prompt delivery of beggago. 412 25th. 1 Harry Darlington, advance agent for l "The Climax," is in llio city. The ! production which he represents will be seen at the Ogden theater at an early date. re WANTED C...

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. — 10 February 1911

i j , THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911, ;j Ogden State I ; Bank ' Ogden, Utah. IS Capital . b. c. . - $100,000.00 Surplu. and prof,t0.... 125000.00 Interest Paid on SavJnge II A p' B?nHWnln9 vJ.Pro8. I i p ?,i91e,ow. Cwhler. 1 J- E Hnlvereon, Asst, caahr. fj U. 8. DEPOSITARY. j FIRST NATIONAL j 'BANK ; OF OGDEN, UTAH ,. CJaplUI arid Undivided Proflto 1 f &275(Q0O.CO I David Eccleo, Pre. t O. H. Ttlbo, Vlce-Pre. - S John Watson, Vloo-Pres. f V8 drowning. VIce-Prc. t1 Jofln Pingreo, Caahler. Jas, F. Burton. Asst Cashier. IS I h 1 1 Slch Delicious i Biscuitts 1 p , as e11 as thc iinest bread S fj and cake are mcrde of jp Riverdale S Flour... ' 1 I We want you to try it, for I we know its quality will 1 please you. I Ogden Milling 1 . Elevator Co. I ji TRAVELERS' CHEQUES I OF THE AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY THE IDEAL FORM OF TRAVEL ING CREDIT, FOR FOREIGN TRAVEL HOME USE MOTOR- UNIVERSALLY ACCEPTED OFFICE, UNION DEPOT Successor to Allen Transfer Co, J. C. SL...

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. — 10 February 1911

CBHeVHHiHe9e1HeHeKleflliHII9illiHIHII9kflLILVL n 1 v ' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911. " ,. 5 Jl Both Phones 323- fi THEATRE i ' I l IVlalinee Tomorrow at 2:15 p. m. 1 'Sli BrinS" the children to see .Swain's wonderful collection of I ''' Trained Cockatoos, and Joe Jackson, the great fun maker. I ' I Matinee Prices 10c, 15c, 26c. Evening- Prices 10c, 25c, 50c. i Sf RANDOM J REFERENCES if (Continued from Paso Five.) o f $ Born To the wi'e of John M. Hiit &' !f ton' Frltla-V February 10, a daughter. ir Great Aviation Meet at Salt Lake Feb. 11th. 12th and 13th. Round trip rate ? $1.10 via Oregon Short Line. Tickets X on sale Feb. 11th, 12th and 13th, good returning Fob. lfith. Forty-Five Min ' ute Flyer leaves Osden S:30 a. ni , returning leaves Salt Takc fi-00 p. in. : Secure tickets City Office, 25 14 Wash g! ington Ave. Hfj Tremonton Lectures Tlie churches H of Tremonton have a lyceuni course of Hff lectures given by Utah talent. Four Hfj lectures a...

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. — 10 February 1911

m g THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911. JV?" I in ' - - . , i "- r Wf leavening agent which makes the aTjS 'I - m biscuit and cake o5 highest healtMnl- y& i" 1 ncss at -medium cost and protects the m ', J. " m food from alniii, which is the greatest M . dietary danger oi the day. fr ANOTHER ONE IFOR KRESS "WASHINGTON, Fob. 9. The Demo f i cxats of the house, aided by n, few Re-! ' publicans, who declined to bo bound , , bj the party caucus, today "won theirs' 1 I i Ught for an Increased representation j in tho lower branch of. congress un it' t der tho census of 1910. ', Bj They votod down tho Republican if cacoufl bill to maintain tho member My ' Kblp at 39J, as nt proeont, and then 9 paeod tho original Crumpacker bill, j 1 " , fixing tho momberahlp at 433 on and jj alter March 3. 191?. If Arizona and I H t- Now Mexico should be admitted to I statehood, they will bo given one rop II' rosentatlvo each, bringing tho total to II 435. Today's action of tho...

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. — 11 February 1911

; H J LET YOUR WANTS BE XJL J&lmsJkKfr X f STV'''' Vrf WEATHER F(3gAST , 1 KNOWN IN THE ft I W VT 1 If? J 1 1 II T 5M4 111 ls 111 mJFS3fi&52SSWS , 11 I EVENING STANDARD cUJjV JWW H4 IU (MlWilh ggJj "ogf "jl jffi FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO. 36 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY,UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY U, 9U6 PAGES Entered as Second Class Matter at the PostoteejodbfTn 11 IjCORSETS If Youn Girls and Women I Ruin Their Health I by Their Use 29 i San Francisco, Fob. 11, "Venus de W JiMllo Is considered the queen of all 19 5 'the ancient Greek statues. Her waist " i measurement is about 32 Inches No "jajl J civilized woman of today would admit 3 J (.that she possessed a 32-inch waist." ffl So said Dr. B. Somers, a prominont U I local physician in nn address at Cooper !i Medical' college last evening. He was speaking of corsets, ridiculing them if and revealing the terrible results of t their abuse, but at the same time f laughing at the efforts of men who I oppose such fashions. ij "Th...

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. — 11 February 1911

I. I I - J , 3 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 19l. , -Use any kind of water you U h hot or cold, hard or sottand Sunny Monday I laundry soap will give you I equaUy good results. I ! Usf. y method of wasfiing j to which you are accustomed lfl and Sunny Monday will make ; A yoardothca whiter, weeernd cleaner than th7 were evr before. ; g Ue Smmy Monday on your wooU ens and HanneLj and von can be abso- : lutoly sure that It will not shrink, mat k infore them, as ixmn top. do. i THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY g CHICAGO Ij ') GOOD ; CLOTHES f j The Only Kind fj New Hampshire Woolen Go. ! Make $17.50 f $22.50 r, GUARANTEED TO FIT PERFECT $' " Boll, 419; ind., 926. 21123th. t I I Have You Had! j I the Grippe? I I or thse ad wgix fol- 1 I I lowing the grippe, there is ft I 1 nothing like-our old fashion.. 1 .) 1 WHITE PINE AND TAR 1 ; 1 COMPOUND. I il to care them. I WM. DRIVER & SON DRUG GO. 2453 Washington Ave. Both Phones 38. I WILL GIVE $1000 IF I FAIL TO CURE...

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. — 11 February 1911

f ' I ggf, 1 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARYS!, 1911. - ' BU - LEGAL. &, ? NOTICE. IS ' 1 IK I ' To tho Stockholders of the Amalga- . I, juried Sugar Company $ j t. i.'cUce Is hereby given that a meet m ' f 'nJ lue stockholders of the Amal- jVt f go "Med Sugar company ttill he hell Qi ft at tio company's office," room No 206 3 n g Ecclas building. Ogden City. Utah, on $ If, the 5th lay of November. 1910. at 11 "i if o'clock u m.. for the purpose of con Jl ii pJdorln,j and voting upon tho follow. j L fng piopo8ed changes and amend- i i W nients to the articles of Incorporation Vj5,5 cf this company, to-wit: 5 f Repeal article V and substltote In f ft. lieu thereof tho following: "Article " v (The anthorlred amount of the cap- "' 1 Jtal stock of said corporation shall b : i I Four Million ($4,000,000) Dollars, dl- $ Tided Into Forty Thousand (40.000) ' r If, Bhars of preferred stock- of the par 1 Bf value ot One Hundred ($100.00) Dol ! If Jars eaca Unless oth...

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. — 11 February 1911

j? - - - - t Bf u 4 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, lull. i jj AnIndependemNcwspapcr ,U jj (ESTABLISHED ie70..) M. j PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY II (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN ) ' i' TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. ' BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY. III J!!!7, Eronr Day. 1 Yoar...8.00 Daily, Even- Day, C .Months. ..$3.00 Ijl Dally, Every Day, 3 Months. ..$1.50 Sunday Only. 1 Year $2.00 III In Ogdon City by Carr ler 75 cents per mOnth. ' I - . J, 'nformadon concerning city subscriptions, telephone to U.o city il circulation department Doth Phomss 56. j SIGNS OF A BETTER DAY. II The price of butter and eggs and a number of other food prod- Il ncts sold in the grocery stores of Ogden is beginning to drop. II The campaign for lower prices is having its effect. II ' "wo observe that three grocery stores are now giving publicity Il to their prices, namely the Edgar Jones, the P. K. Smith and the I! Utah Cash Grocery. That is an excellent sign of the establishment ...

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. — 11 February 1911

3sJ THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 191i. " " - fl lll Be Good to JM Yourself !and the world will be good to you. The way is to keep your stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels right. And you'll find great help in 'BEEHAM9S PILLS Sold nrrrywrhero. In Ivjtcs 10c. and 25c r WE KEEP MEN'S CLOTHES NEW. Our dry cleaning and pressing service keeps men's clothes look ing new until they are worn out. It keeps the cloth fresh, clean and bright. It keeps the garments In shape and fit. The lapels stay .- In place, the coat collar sets trim, fi'rf the sleeves and trousers do not J become baggy, the coat front is aodV? stiff and the pockets do not gap. vatfrf ur serv'co' performed at reg- jteJjKi ular intervals, doubles the life of 3s2f 1 vour c'thes. ftttjiWr VESwi1 Try It phone us. WBr OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY WA COMPANY. &!3 , LAUNDERERS AND FRENCH '"Sffl DRY CLEANERS. PSjf 437 Twenty-fifth St. Phones: 174 "Sljfg 9l .mmJmWi "ii I Such Delicious 3ff I Biscuilis J I as well...

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. — 11 February 1911

Iff " "" '' " J S 'v. j 6 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEIT, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1011. ( fge f SCENE FROM "THE NIGGER," OGDEN THEATERS-SUNDAY i AND MONDAY, FEB. 12 AND 13. PRICES, $1.50, $1, 75c and 50c. K) SEATS NOW SELLING. TABERNACLE CHOIR TO SNfi I Xext Thursday night, In the Taber- I naclo, tho pupils of Prof. Joseph Bal- I lantyne and tho Ogden Tabernacle I choir "will give an ovenlng with music I entirely by American composers. Iud- ley Buck, Etholbert Nevln, Geo. W. I Cliadwlck, Edward MacDowcll and I Mrs. H. A. Beach will bo the repsenta I tlve composers on tho program. No I admission Is charged for this recital, I the only purpose Is an educational one, I to promote the musical uplift in this I city and to acqalnt those who attend I ith the works of tho great composers. H It Is tho purpose to follow tils by one with the great Italian masters. I Tickets of admission may bo had M- from choir members and a limited ' I numbor will bo distributed from a cen I, tral place, t...

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. — 11 February 1911

?JJ54 m THE EVEinNGSTANDARD OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1911. - M jtf RANDOM XREPERENCES t, m (Continued from P.130 FIvo.) fl ? Postofflce Hours Lincoln's bhth- iilr ajr' on(a)'' Fqu- ! OIlG delivery by lifo carriors. Genor.il delivery, stamp and ""tflR registry windows open from 10 to 11 a. Sm&f a m- Iony order deportment closed. 1 l5J" SIeIied L- w SUURTLIPF, P. M. JM1 Great Aviation Meet at Salt Lake Feb. Ui llth, 12th and 13th. Round trip rato JTPiil $1.10 via Oregon Short Line. Tickets on sale Fob. llth, 12th and 13th, good InHsE returning FeD- lcth Forty-Five Mm- .. ? ute Flyer leaves Ogden s30 a. m., fn iM returning: leaves Salt Lake G:00 p m. MM Secure tickets City Office, 2514 Wash- M ington Ave, - f Boys at Methodist Church Anyone 4ft dropping Into the parlors of the First " -" ?H icthodlst church this morning, thoy rS would be Impressed with the need of E a big boys building in this city for m the parlors were, crowded with joys 1M off tho streets playing bask...

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. — 11 February 1911

I j I -a 1 I M s THE EVENING STANDARD: OGD'EN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1911. j MISS DOROTHY ARNOLD. ATLANTIC CITY, Feb. 10. George S. Griscom Jr., of Pittsburg, whose liarao has been linked with tho disap pearance of Miss Dorothy Arnold, of .Now York, readied hero at G:20 to night from New York. He went at once to the Chalfonte hotel, followed nbj almost a score of newspaper men, many of whom had accompanied him rl from New York. Ho refused to discuss tho Arnold caso In any manner whatever. He said: "I have nothing -whatever to do with the Arnold case, and have- no connec tion with it, I amjlown hero on prl Tate business." Will Not Discuss Mlcslon. Asked how long ho oxnectod to re main at the shore, Mr. Griscom re plied: "That depends upon how long It will require me to transact tho business . l"u-l urougnt me Here. )j It was suggested to Griscom. that a I rumor was current that bo had como i to this city to bo married to tho mlsa- f ing New York girl. 7n reply, ho said: "I hav...

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. — 11 February 1911

j- Part two rf THE EVENMQfeSTANDARD CzgMgLLG I I I FORTyTfIRST YEAR-NO. 6 r:- OGDEN CITY, UTAH, jffvTOTgpB&G, FEBRUARY 11, 191) ' y ' PRICE FIVE CENTS " r ' Colonel "Gabe" Conrad was 1UJ j j '" .action at Santa Clara Mountain 3 :i whilst opposing the advance of the M i government troops. The news come 3 from Managua, Nicaragua, via Gal Si 3 veston, Texas, and was signed by the mm Xicaraguan president for the time, 1 Dr Madriz. It was this dispatch that ijt was flashed by wireless, from ship to i ship across the Gulf, until one of them S ', could speak to land. The news spread '' through New Orleans, and on every H, . hand it was, "did you hear the latest? S. Gabe's dead." HI ' m- "Gabc, Conrad dead? You don't a i mean it!" "Read this, it's in all the morning .3 papers, signed by the president of fl;' Nicaragua. Must be true."' I "Poor Gabe. 1 am sorry. A prince SI of good fellows. I was only talking ill to him on this very spot a couple of ;ll months ago, and now he is dead. I'm...

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. — 11 February 1911

H fl HHHHJ A 15 HHHH1 ? r HHHHI Ji .- , . 4k. . BHfl I All ' II I lilS ' By MARI0N HARRIS NEIL T I New Way to Cook I Leguminous Foods B -To Add Variet3r to Cold Weather Menus Exceedingly H Necessarr and Healthy Part of H Everybody's Diet OOUR dinners often become more monotonous than thoy need be. If wc are living in town we I hao a. good quantity of vego- H tablc3 at our very doors, such as car- H rots, turnips, onions, brussols sprouts, H celery, parsnips and corn. Thcso alone H glvo us a different variety for each M day In tho week. And when the stores H axe far away it Is generally a simple H matter to obtain most of tho vegetables H mentioned direct from some grower If H one's own garden does not supply them B I have chosen quite ordinary voge- H tables, but I want to show you that it H is possible to prcparo them so us to H produce really appetizing dishes. H ARTICHOKES AND RICE "Wash H and peel two pounds of Jerusalem H artichokes, trimming them Into neat H oval shapes. Lay t...

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. — 11 February 1911

it I THE .0GD1N STANDARD I 3 HHE pLiCE OF A 5EQT I nAHWAG E ' CEKXIF I C AT E VL (Copyrlsbt, mo. to the New Tork Herald Co. All risbt rtscrre.n I r Herewith is told another very compelling slow of nn Mt K episode in tho jc and duties of "Mita Bcntldoh, Pro- AvTK fcttional Shopper." Hiss Bcntlcigh, hot haa some varied ftjM experiences, va.nging from the pursuit of a smuggler to rsjfe fc Mr pricing of c cf 0 iirfc TVifs chapter of the pleasing N$gsTJ K loaij Tody's sfori ioa to do cith a secret marriage Vd -ji and the price paid that the secret might he kept n- 4m t ' JJja J New York, Saturday sdu L WEEK after our return from abroad I dined 3b 'i' J wltQ Lane Hamilton, now city editor of the J2H i The very smnll part I had played In helping ,Ujf9 j dIdj to bring to light the Constantino smuggling M&O game had shown results as far reaching a "" 5S seemed ill proportioned. No longer the r , tnan WB; secretly earning her living as a mere professional 1&M shopper, I was regaided b...

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. — 11 February 1911

B i w ; I I fl THE OGDEN STANDARD 1 1 - ' I . I ffTTb PoY --of i& G LAY F fl Vx By Luke Thrice --a. H A 5reaiMe J(ory wiA a flonfiii; flfinj7. Mifrts . H 1119 jtcitiy XArOMj. a serif o terws titiiath-t ' H satisfying climax On- of the T'tj ,6i - ' -nl B ten o M "Matter Rogue," o .rr.f'f. M pages bv Thrice. .r ' H l w -' B Coprrij:S.t. 110. bj U Ntt iOfli ""-ij., - VV . "'' ' KH flf 7 HAT'S the !U1M, '??. 'is b ' W s,or B ' Burch. considered the nui-ti'jn and th- B VV glowing tip of his coronation Lhrcujyli M the drift, naze of tho smoke for. a u H ment of silence The two wen- cnaconscd. In their H usual summer retreat, the hidden arbor, on tho roof H nhw only the attentive, flitting shadow of Ota, the H Japanese, "brofc-s upou their seclusion. About then H lay the litter of the day's papers, from which ttiev H had absorbed such professional items as served then H business and social Iulcre.sK. H -Why not simply the attraction of ".skilful theft, the H tlirdl that comes to a subt...

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. — 11 February 1911

9 BHHHIHIIIHHP4 jbb vflfll fl J I ' the-ogden!- standard' ."! I j- VfflS - - ' " - i Pi ':: iTH;Pi!fck wlwv wlftllliii? IIP I Win IffR 'til I J if '. 'I 11 UN J icVK 'k Where il. o-i III lv mwIi i siorc of ilHljlif. iiiS t 0 ilelUaic natiirt. tiny nd l ui r B , I-U" m niMlnu lunrnlui: iuii)K-mu lirlc.it 3l Of:ov1ns; wlih mui-lc louder? l ' R "OU n companion to bring comfort ut TSjl 1 all times no wt can com pure to the rSlil " (,,0prv ,!,lM' t3'ni,0' This, ut lenst. Jfj j '" A,,1:l !,n bm l"veis contend, nud' $?jl HiP'1, argument is, n good one, be-! Iftjlf lnesc (i"-v sr'ngUTH lis iiovcd the joy iu 1 He possession of such n pet. Nor could qJJJS I any one. girl or hoy. small child or grown P?y "P person, have a canary for hi or her 1Ji very OM" ,0 f,,p'1 n,ul cut'e for nml "ot jpjt Pr0 '"ore than fmid of the pretty, bright yjyjj little- bird which is so quirk to show ap- jSjfflf pronation of what is done for him by the jfjjjl I p'ntl son which he xmrs out iu a constant laftl 1 strea...

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. — 11 February 1911

I m "the-ogden STANDARD I ) I 'W& Trapping 0f Tom Defjungefo I H A cleverly told ttory of tchat a clever 7iV7 may ac- H complish in a game of wiii, though besot by formidable H obstacles, bring one of the "Adventures of a Lady Law H Olerk," crittcn for these pages by William Hamilton iCapjrlctit. 1910. br the Vew Tork Herald Co. AH rlphU rewired.) E 'VB never seen n fiercer proposition than Ogle thorpe that day. He swung Into the oQlce like a 5 whirl wind, face red, eyes bulging, chewing sav- B ngely on a long, black cigar, and if I know Ogle- H thorpe with probably half a dozen brandy juleps H somowbete in his system. H "Where's tho Arm?" he yelled to me. "The firm, H the firm; I've got to see 'cm right away.", H nis black mustache was like a straight line across H his face and his goatee hung like a black knife below H his lips. I don't think I'd like to kiss a man with a n goatee the whole effect looks (especially with Oglc- H thorpe) like some sinister cross upon which n wom...

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. — 11 February 1911

sSt -i - $t 'i JgJP' I Mj!' 4 DIncxncL :i ifili8P Concord wMPAdawair Nia6araVjJp Se'a,TOroAV' 40TciGrL Fv l I EIGHT STANDARD 2-YEAM OLD GRAPE VINES FKEE : I i H i war: ?o Give Yon Ttiese 8 Grape vines Free , This Is Important The Grape Vines We 8ee$ I ;f I believe that this is the greatest offer that has ever been made by any newspaper in the world, ) M and I guarantee it to be exactly as represented. Although we have contracted with the growers for a large are taken fm the ground in the Fall, and are kept through the j M I want to get 2,000 more readers for this paper by March 15. Therefore, I make you this won- of grape vines with which to fill our premium orders, Wintcr in a or dormant condition, and are ready for planting in ),.,-,.- '.,,. , . ., . ., .,.. ,,,, , , . , A any section of the country when the Spring opens and the frost is H ? derful offer, and if you are not satisfied that it is j ust as represented, I will refund your money every there is a possibility that the do...

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. — 11 February 1911

H sj 9 I f THE "OGDJN STANDARD) " f 1 H B ' "' ,m MM"g" ' Mm ! irw iwimwiii win pin ii in in i i in, i T " """ ' ' ' i . Tin m i in ! ! I 1JATE5T FAR 1 5 FASHIONS -JJS M. :y, IHH1I1I 1H ff WPRING and Summer Embroidered Satin and Voile Gowns , J B Hflfll If " - . "! jr't CwC'ttwi'S 1 iM?'0w?iS,fifcrL'v nr&l C30f?3' u "''' r Af' 'fJM '"tfSwi-SRiiS II TtavOa winy Hi H ., . n . sS PW4w- Kfefe ii i -HSafiJ . - i&ffiWmi " w ebt a ukcoii 1 H BY MRS. A. T. ASHMORE. H "- "0 keep up with the changes in H fashion, to be correctly informed H wo).s and months in advance as. H l to the newest stles, In he able H J to announce antliontativcly what H J will be worn during the coming spa- j son, implies not only a ast amount of M I knowledge in all mntters pertaining to M dress, but just now also requires a gift M of prophecy and second sight thai should H niako the pioud possessor thereof u H much to be envied individual. Never hah H I there been n tinie when fashion informa- H I tiou was s...

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