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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 18 February 1911

mmmmmmmmmmMmm9mwmmmmmmm'mmuuummmmmmuumuummmmmmi HiH UK FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO. 42-PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITX UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18, 19U--16 PAGES Entered as Setond Class Matter at the PostbiTTTT: -H KlZtrlulll Si " jl Champ Clark Gives His rt View of Jeffries. John- p son Affair IK yJK Washington, Feb. 18 Speaker-to-JBiJ be Champ Clark, In an address at Cat ( M"T Baptist church of this city last SB night, alluded to the Jeffries-Johnson ? fight as "that fake prize fighting af ! fair of July last," H? "None of us thinks prize fighting H a very agreeable pastime or a nice IjjB- thing to be fostered by an enlightened jm people" he said, "yet, twenty-five (V years ago prize fighting could be car VK, rled on In eery state of the union. ? Today it Is against the law In ncar S! ly every state. Nevada was the last SBf to get In line and it is a pity that she ? did not enact prohibitive laws against S?the brutal Bport before that great fHr and scandalous fake was pulled off KT In...

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. — 18 February 1911

B it- J ?HE EVENING STANDARD: OGEEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, lulx . . . jBv M " . 'iwS IH $ Marxian Club Socialists::! RHU T Y t M f ed,towal comm,ttee: V Kat S. Milliard, IJ 4- Eugene A. Battell, Ml Y Howard Hall, ( K-T. i t :! r..ft?it . l KEEN OBSERVATIONS. By Men Who Locked Beneath tho-Sur- II . faco of Things, I ' ' I The Ago of Grab. . I ' " I b 5s th ago of grab. Tbo money I Hogs Bit on their thrones o gold nod 1 1 crunch tho world. They aro Jnst now ,t engaged In an unuBuallr frantic scramble to gobblo up tho earth wbnt i' llttlo of It has boon so far overlooked by thorn. A Christian and edifying spectacle, certainly! "Do not do to others ob tou -would bo dono by, bnt i unhesitatingly do' ethers," la tho mot- to of theeo ecuTlcsa gluttons. 1 Professor J. Howxtsd Moorf. t .,Papa9'ts on Society. I-andlorda and Profltmonger are- no moro a necessary part of tho body po litic than are ecu, tumours and ul cers necessary parts of tho natnrol human body. They havo no moxo logl-...

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. — 18 February 1911

3; , , THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1911. ' 'H I L2GAL. ft "" NOTICE? " """' $ To the Stockholders of the Amalga . ff nnilod Sugar Company: v rfotice is hereby given that a moot- I 1 far of the stockholders of the Amal- , f. ga -nted Sugar company will bo held ? at tba company's omce, room No. 208 Ecclao building, Ogden City. Ulnh. oa I the 5ttx -lay of November, 1910, at 11 I o'clock a. ni., for the purpose of con p!derin,5 and voting upon the follow- X 3ng proposed changes and amend- f nients to tho articles of lncorporatioa f. of this company, to-wlt: I Repeal article V and substitute in tf fi lieu thereof the following; "Article Jg I J r The authorized amount of the can- J i ital stock of said corporation shall bo I :; Four Million ($4,000,000) Dollars, dl- "J , l' tided Into Forty Thousand (-10,000) ""j Bbares of preferred Block of the par jl i valuo of Ono Hundred ($100.00) Dol a '''. lars cacn. Unless otherwise ordered "jj by the Board of Director...

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. — 18 February 1911

iW 4 ' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, lOii. t I An Independent Newspaper .ggg (ESTABLISHED 1870..) ilgP V PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY fl (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) M TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. IH By MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITN II Dally, Every Day, i Year... $6.00 Dally, Every Day. G "Mom.. S3.0D II Daily, Every Day, 3 Months. . .$1.50 Sunday Only, 1 "Yeai ' -S-0D I la Ogdon CJLy by Carrier T6 cents nee month. M Fot Information concerning city subscription?, telephone to the city U circulation dcpartmcnL Both Phones 56. Hi VHSB I ! I"" NO MONEY FROM THE CHILDREN. I The city board of education is to be congratulated for pigcon- I holing the letter from the state superintendent of public instruction. y requesting- that the children of the public schools of Ogden be asked I to make maximum contributions of 25 cents each toward the pur- I chase of a silver servico for the battleship Utah. I The board haa made a rule to prohibit collections for any pur- ...

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. — 18 February 1911

: . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATUEDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1911. "-" H $ mt i jl f STANDARD TELEPHONES H H $ CALL UP H C STANDARD EXCHANGE. V Bell 56, to Communicate w'th any VS 1 department. I RANDOM m REPERENCES iyO i ' 1 Steele and Pickett have taken over Tl I the Interests of Hasan and Garner In JjjJI the grocery stoic which these two 'gyj $ gentlemen conducted on Washington H :r avenue. H U Pay your subscription one month 9 :T in advance and jret a 20-cent can of b(" :f Pierces' Pork and Deans free Thcso ifvv . pork and beans are canned in Ogtlen ,y I and are absolutely pure. S j C. A. Kimball was a Salt Lake vis! !W ' tor in the city yesterday. ilfl :i Ca" Allen' Df,ail-S " Jcr cnrrlngea l it -0I unQra's ant operas. Prlvato calls S I a specialty. Also prompt dellverv ot fu i PSase. -112 25th. NG. II. Griffin of Lakeside was a vis itor in Ogden yesterday. V ' ; WANTED Clean v::ltc raps at the JM j ; Standard. Mr' P. Sorenson of Dillon, Mont., Is a H : business visitor in the...

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. — 18 February 1911

I :h I 6 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1911. -iff II It m jmmMUM. i"" SCENE FROM "THE OLIMAX," OGDEN THEATER, TONIGHT , AND TOMORROW NIGHT. SEATS SELLING. 't HOLUNGSWQRTH WAS A LOBBYIST He Labored With, the Mayor and Council, But Tailed to Impress the m Mayor Then He Failed to Impress Bamberger Attorney E Finally Brings Action For a Large Sum How Charley J Appeased a Mob One Dark Night Several f Years Ago. !Duo to tho illness of. Juryman A. JL Wonger, tho hearing of. tho Hollings-worth-Salt Lake & Ogdon -railway caao was continued this morning until Mon day morning at 10 o'clock. Tlho court will bo at Morgan Tuesday oC next 7 week, Wednesday 1b a holiday and tho f matter cannot be heard. Saturday, so that, In all probability, thin case will not bo concluded until tho latior part of tho month. Tho court announced, to tho Jurymen. and tho attorneys In tho caao that Y Mrs. Wonger had advised tho court 1 that Mr. Wonger was HI last night of i gastritis, 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. — 18 February 1911

I , . 2" " THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1911. " .. . A, PI5- 7 "H l Ltf 9 TSJ25Ii5SD FTTTZ T I Tho Hm that b and realistic ooM, r tonight andj' I I f 9 tomorrow At Oadesi Theater IOC CwItflX zq edy of tomorrow : sJ9 I I NIGHT I I p SEATS SELLING- NIGHT I , I H K "B""E"",""""""K""""""""""i HSB B Witg jH STILL LEADING 1 V "With lbv, prices on groceries, besides every artlclo you buy is guar- I 5 nnteed to please and open Tor inspection. Telephone orders receive spc- I 3 cial attention, jf Heinz' Apple Butter, can ..-... i5c Utah White or Black Cherries, cau.15c I Eatra fine Corn, 3 cans for.'.-!.... 25c Kancy R a AppIc8 bushe, $1 25 fiylniar Ripe Olives, pint can. ...17c , ' LI . " Perfection peaches, can 12c" cj ylnwr Ripe Olives,, quart cau . .30c A l oirf t r, Mustard Sardines, 3 for 25c K Extra Sifted Peas, can 17c !XU Van Camp's Soups, can 10c UoniestIc on Sardines. G for 25c Pierces's Tomato Soup, 3 for 25c Fanc-V Comb Honey, each 10c Any High P. Flo...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 18 February 1911

til -f H '-g A THE EVENING STANDARD: OG-DEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1911. 1 rebeHIed ( ARMS AND I AMMUNITION I S ffihe flUdden dfcpatchln of a I dav on K i5 ,CaV'?,ry tnchmcnt to- I l nSrV Y ,nfiRGctT6n tour 12 I ,t ?n?V' alojdco, 1'ccamo appnr- I Xnfc f yesterday undor Bcrtliotd, ro- I rlS1 n. their comman- I th'n5 nh?1? fc.Baldto havo crossed I A?BOleJ'an nW oU h'3 J7 t0 Lo3 I Th'n ifeu,t, fr tno Rebels. I KZ( n"Pd ot.woro arms for tho In- I' K l an?,s ls coming' more urg- I S.oT7id?" Rccrult3 aro arrivlnl li onn-liLJ Thrty-8CTon cam in I PnrtyJ,hls 'ernoon and there I Mnn 0iiriLcf' rvlpr ammunl- I;' iSj t dl3.trih,,to among tnem Gen- I li armry Jb exhausted. Sov- I' . AMontfan youths wcrefsecn today I 7 "e cWRo belts with no car- I ;!??? J? on Instance, a rifle and cartridge-belt armed two -men, ono I, carrying the rlflo and tho other the I ammunition. Boj-thold, It is believed, has boon m aent to Ix Angeles to arrnngo for tho I , rr , of th,s nccd J tho smuggling 4 l rif,c...

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. — 18 February 1911

1 ' partTj;;;-r,r THE, EVENING STANDARD i pa8 9 to ie 7 J ggK FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO. 42 OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18,. 1911- 'Z- ' "v. PRICE FIVE CENTS- 13W - "-: - " - ". . - :- - ., r: : - . r , 1 ' Hk H ilE, ' " gB I 9 S snr511er ras'e of the rapids, bad at rC LjSJ last died out behind the thick masses 5 f l?S r tho forcst as Barnes worked bis JPl way down the valley. The heat in the -fc"K windless underbrush, alive with in- uer's, was stifling. He decided to make once raoro 1 for tfie bank of the stream, in the hope that Its I- cbr racier might by this time have changed so as lo afford him an easier and more open path. Press I I ing asido to his left, be presently saw the green J 1 jloom lighten before him. Blue sky and golden I j bgbt came low through the thinning trees; and J f 3icn a gleam of unruffled water. Ho was ncaring 3 the edge now; and because the underbrush was SI to thick about him he began to go cautiously. , It All at or.ee he felt his feet sinkin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 18 February 1911

I seeITnesn ll Early Spring Tailormadesf fZ- I I Fashions 1 By HELEN falco JJ Income j 1 I LATE MODELS OF I LESS SEVERE CUT H More ,Dressy Effects Now Being Shown for Smart H ' . ' Women Many Liberties Allowed in H Design and Ornamentation THESi: spring days, with tholr vigor and Inspiration, are the undeniable though reluctant heralds or many H things to comir all maimer of H occupations, both petlj und great, mW which absorb the mind feminine und mm tax It, even to Ua greatest endurance. B If ono be ho fortunuto uu to bo per- H manently located In onc'H abodo there PH fe numberless other attain to attend mw 10 which will necessitate much bus- H tUng about. Thla of ltsolf shouts for mW the ever-faithful tailor built. Lucky. H Indeed, 1b the houscwlfo who la settled m In her habitation with no thought or H worry of houao hunting, of trudging j H hopefully through lung lists of nwrn- Ingly desirable addresses, only to dls- mm cover aftr weary mile of looking at mW wonderful and often...

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. — 18 February 1911

& flBBBHEX Sndle and T were innrrlcd a couple of f I A 1 yearS n"0 whlcl1 is a ,on" Hi" '" Hls I W I marry- In - haste- and-repent-right-nwny LshJI hind we didn't belong to tbe automobile ifflSA5?fcf class, nor tbe "When I was In Europe" frL i class, nor even In tbe "Don't you find a ItM H WI mam troublesome':'' class. Bless you, no. Isgjwi I mis n humble, young plauo salesman 1 ;wi7Sfei w'tu n IU0UlU an"" Prospects which I S i positively couldn't be cashed for groceries. IgBaal theater tickets, or taxicab fnrcs. If you want to know what comes next i below zero, lake a 5.130' pay check and ! i try to split it Into house rent, .grocery bills, furniture Installments, new clothes, gas bills, and ; commutation in a tolerably nifty suburb of Chicago. ' I Tbe answer comes out nothing, minus about $5.03 " pvery month. "An automobile is a yond deal like a habit, anyway. I The first cost it only n minor incident." The first year we were married I was nothing but a flag-station for my mon...

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. — 18 February 1911

KfMMWMmmMmMwMMkWKMwMMmmMMuMmmMMM I I I EIGHT STANDARD 2-YEAR OLD GRAPE VINES FREE i want to Give You These 8 Grape vines Free This Is Iinporfeet The Grape Vines We Send: H I believe that this is the greatest offer that has ever been, made by any newspaper in the world, ' nd I guarantee it to be exactly a represented. , Although we have contracted with the growers for a large are taken from the ground in the Fall, and are kept through the sssH . ,. r ji i t. i r-ii i Winter in a dry or dormant condition, and are ready for planting in L 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, J jib M , t , , 4.u s. x, , r - , , any section of the country when the Spring opens and the frost is sH 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 demand for same will be greater than , H ' entirely out o...

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. — 18 February 1911

I f .'. . .;.",-' ,,TME GD Eli 'STANDARD, -. T'.' ' I Hu ' Its' y f$ . VJ BEAT E G UAKD I N G "t H E H U MAN " LABOR U NIT '' I II I TfP Industrial SPirit I hat Looks to the Care of the I n Workman as Well as the Machine Is Producing Mill- I -ions of Dollars More Jn .Efficiency and Volume of 1 1 work. , , . , I ; -'' v BY DONALD CAMERON CHAFER., K ' . , i '- - -- . ICcpyrlshC. XillO. Iiy the fwv YorL jftickl Oo. x tehxm tmitrii.) '' ' II ft w I HE Imikk saw hummed like n glant'liee thor- II j I otighly angered. The workman, white oT face II J '"! trembling, stood clasping a fast crimson- H I I ing hand. U ; "What happened?" shouted the foiemnu as H he came running. r H' "I'c sawed oir one of my fingers' answered the H ' laborer. H ' "How in the world did you do that?" gasped the H , astonished foreman. "lt ' l'l;o this, you soe; I was shoving these small 51 j pieces to the saw when the saw teeth caught on a UJ I ; splinter just so. drawing my hand ,ln like this" I J Z-z-z-zipp, and ...

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. — 18 February 1911

i I H i 1 lit lTldJMll& Ul Lilt kjy tldl 1UI v -feft S ! I By Capt. Fritz Duquesne. Ik" ' JSW ' Bfc' 1 H The lore of peril has such a fascination HH for' the average specimen of the genus HH homo that anyone who bns graduated from HH toy school of dancers has conferred upon HH him, or her, a great 013117 desirable social distinction. beside the pleasant newspaper HH notoriety that roost people with social nspi- HH rations KMk. Many society people, In Eu- HH roue, who hare neither the courage nor HH the ph) digue to do great deeds of vnlor H have, nevertheless, the doslro for the honor HH even if not won according to strict rules B of honesty. HH Naturally, Africa, with its vast amount HH of wild and dangerous came, its latvc H number of savages, and Its proximity to HH Europe, offers great attractions to the In- HH dlrldual of adventurous inclinations, real HB1 or feigned. H Everyone who Iias hunted biff game In HH Africa knows that be Is gambling with HH death and has not more ...

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. — 18 February 1911

1 ,i . . : . IH TTT'O-O-OH!" Who-o-o-oh! Who-o-o- mi 'm oll! w1100-0-0111" JW !( Rising faintly above tho ioar o H the burl and tbe howl of the wind, H : came tho low. hoar" moan of a steamboat siren. ! The three children, their faces picssed close to tho I -window, listened intently whllo their eager eyes tried to pierce the darkness that had settled down over angry Lake Michigan. "Did you licnr that? ' whispered Dumpty. "is it the boat?" asked Twaddle, her eyes lighting up with expectation. "Sounded like Listen !" bald Twiddle. inter- h t ;upting himself M I "Who-o-ohl' Again came the hoarse moan from 1 H I out or the distance The chlldien strained tholr fl ears to catch It but a fierce, abrupt gust of wind H I shook the boiibe and drowned out all other souuds. I.HfJ Tho cluldien shrank back from the window in I' dismay at the violence of tbe storm. They had spent the whole long summer beside changeable Lake Michigan, but never had they seen it rage uu- i der the lashing ol such a...

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. — 18 February 1911

I pT " THE OGDEN STANDARD ' 1 if 1 in 1 1.. . i"i"i i I r 91 fATEST PARIS FASHIONS , liN(ftM liff!felSif1 I fTHEATRE Gowns of Satin, Silk and Voile a Jgjp -WrV '"' H H - : -j ';.-..;' sglg .ft i: ij ftvXi-vvife H Nattier. Blue Silk Voile Gown J-ri-:'.,! sT'la ? ; if "'tf-'"'1 fe'tfl Hf Photo CopjricM, 1011, by ReotUnger '.?. '" $ 51 ffS fo i ni :-J&'- V,,' &&&? H ExclwUe CoDirisht, 19U, Nck York Htrald 1 r' ' . $35 $3 SC P! f ' '..' "?,' " -WKSC;-''-' M BY MRS. A. T. ASHMORE. 1 H " H ""HE theatre ami re,taiirnnrgown H I' one and tlic-saim.- hnssuddenlyi H I become of almost paramount im- H pprtnucd")ii the fdslfiounblc ward- H ' robe, and tho woman who mukes M a point of attending all the new plays and M incidentally enjoys dining Inflpublic' Is' M forced to. bostow.asbit of tirac'npon these H same gowns. M ' The wearing of the low sown nt tho H thentn; has become almost" tin ivcirnl, and, H while there i no law enforcing it. the un- H written law which . compels wom...

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. — 20 February 1911

HI' - t , jH B Frtyrst Year-No. 43-Price Five Cents, OGDEN CITY, UTAH. MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20, J9U Entered as Second CfaB Matter at the Portofflce, Ogden, Utah. j M 1 1.11 1 II;) v I;: 1 RECOVERED r - - p America I Reaches New li York From the Wilds Mm of Canada 9 New York, Feb. 20. The America i. I, the balloon In which Alan R. Haw I ley and Augustus Post won the 1910 I I race for the Coupe Internationals des I j Aeronautics and "which the.v were com I pelted to abandon in tho cache in the I j Canadian, wilds, has Juet reached New l York, having been brought out of: the r forest by a party of expert guides. K To the delight of Mr. Hawloy. the I 0 big bag was found to be in practically unharmed condition. If the airship I i is found, upon a more detailed cxauiln I V atlon, to be fit for the purpose, Mr. I Hawloy expects to enter it In the race I r again this year. oo i 0HFS MARKETS I I STOCKS ARE INFLUENCED I 1 BY COURT UNCERTAINTIES T New York, Fqh 20. Opening quo L1V raticps ...

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. — 20 February 1911

H ! 2 THE EVENING STANDAPwD: OCtDSN UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 191 S, H, New Recipe for Home Made 2 j I Laxative Cough Cure. ; I A roUKh ..r ottd I d'w to en- J H j,-.ilka mid Inflammation l tl"J B rnombmn of IH tliroat nnI . H hniKS. Something lo oTtrcomo the mM cuiiKcutlon l n-Ary ' 'ouu,"" Hl lcct a cun .Mor.liln ami cnlor- l oforni preparation relieve. nUL - H ihoy do not curt. only uKrav. H ultimately and weaken the natural H roslntciict and health. H Here U u formula that will cure o H Z chronic canes of old p-opl tuid H I acuto coueIis of old or younir: H Z Eaience mcntho-la.xin?.. .21, ot. H Z UrnnulateU hiIjw rUD. 13 i oi. H 1 Otrt the essence mntho-lflJCi;na 1 1 of any wMl nocked drusElat. H mpty It Into a pint bottle rtnd H fill up tho bottle wlth,irup mode MMM a follow.: Take a pint of rraii- mM ulated sugar, pour over It a- halt H pint of bolllnjr Twfttor, fltlr and let H cool. Then add It to the niontho- H o laxeno and take a trooonful ev- 0 H cry hour or two as neoded...

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. — 20 February 1911

' - B 9 .' - THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1911 3 H 11 r EEGAL ; a NOTICE. To the Stockholders of the Amalga- j mated Sugar Company; v Jfotlce Is hereby given that, a meet ftij; of the stockholders of. the Ainal- j go-zMed Sugar company will bo held J at tli company's oJlce, room No. 20fl t EcclM building, Ogden City, Utah, on j the Bth 'lay of November, 1910, at 11 l o'clock sl m., for the purpose of con j 'pldorlnj and voting upon the follow- H Aig proposed changes nnd amend- I ments to tho articles of Incorporation kl of this company, to-wlt: j Repeal article V and subGtltnto In lieu thereof the following: "Article V The authorised amount of the cap- JJ ital stock of said corporation shall ba I Four Million ($4,000,000) Dollars, dl- Ij Tided into Forty Thousand (40.000) U shares of preferred stock of the par Ij value of One Hundred ($100.00) Dol lara each Unless otherwise ordered by the Board of Directors, all divl- dendB shall bo paid in four equal quar...

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. — 20 February 1911

1 H A THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1911. ffl I 5fj? letting iantei M An Independent Newspaper gfAp, H (ESTABLISHED 1870..) t- PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY M (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) H TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ADVANCE. H BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY. Dally, Every Day. 1 Year. . .S6.00 Dally. Every Day C Months. . .& M Dally, Every Dy, 3 Months... 1.50 Sunday Only, 1 lcar ,..52.00 H Ja Ogden City by Carrier 75 cents per month. M For information concerning city subscriptions, telephone to tho city M circulation department. Both. Phonos 5G. H FISH HATOHERY FOR OGDEN. H A government fish hatchery is to be established in Utah. The H state has a hatchery near Salt Lake and. one in the southern part of H the state. Why not induce our congressional delegation, as a factor in selecting the site, to urge tho placing of the hatchery on Rice H Greek, to the north of North Ogden. H Havo you ever seen Rice Greek? It is one of tho clearest moun- M tain brooks in all ...

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