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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 20 February 1911

IV-f & ' .- T53' STE'rflHG- STANDARD': W0CD3KMH, MONDAY, 'FEBRUARY 20, 1911. . , ' ,lb5 H A HI . H W STANDARD TELEPHONES I n call up B STANDARD EXCHANGE. I H Bell 56, toXsmmunlcata w;th',any.v I K department. m B: I RANDOM . IREFERfrVCES W. I. McNeil,- of Lrrau, was a vis Itor with friends in this city yc3ter Pay your subsc Iptlon one month In advance and pet :i 20-rent can o! Pierces" Pork nnti;Brns, ficc Tl.eso pork nnd beans are canned in Ogden and are absolutely pure. Fred Manning, of Garland, is a vis itor in the city for a few days. Call Allen, puongs ZZ, rcr cnirJas" i for funerals ami op"ns Pmntc call! a Bpeclalty. Also prompt rieiie- ot, baggage. 12 25th. m P. Dancer will return to Ills home at Bluff, "Utah, this morning, nfter a visit with Ogden. friends'. WANTED OleanXaiie rac t tho Standard. P. G. Wall and wife, of Antelope, Utah, are visiting with friends In Og Advertlsers must have their copy for tho Evening Stondard ilie oenim; before the day on which tho adver ti...

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. — 20 February 1911

M QJHE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1911 L1 . . 4lM H " -, I Three Ogden Grocers Undersell the , I Eastern Wholesale Consumers' ; Houses A FoFty-Five to Fifty-, I Dollar Order Cut to $35.90, I Some Grocers Boycotting This ( I Paper New Subscribers Com-, I ing from Every Direction-With I the People Back of Us the Com-1 I bine Must Yield. H The following order for groceries was sent to three grocery HI ' stores that showed signs of being free from trust restraints: 1 BID FOR GROCERIES. H The Lowest Bidder Gets This Order. Cash Paid Before Goods Leaves H Store. B 100 lbs,, oane sugar. H 50 lbs. potatoes. . '-x - H 2 packages macaroni. A ,:'.' H 3 packages corn starch, H One-half case Country Gentleman Corn. H One-half case Early June Morgan Peas. H ' One-half case No. 1 Dunbar's Shrimps. i H 10 lbs. best eastern cheese. ' y H One-half case minced claims. No. 1 Perfection. H 1 casee covee oysters. No. 2 Red Bird. fl Boxax chips, 20 Mule Team, 5 small packages. " r...

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. — 20 February 1911

5K THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1911. ! ? ! If I RANDOM 1 REFERENCES 1 (Continued from Page Flvo.) 8 Washington's Birthday Dance at tlio Royal Dancing Academy, Wednesday I ' evening, February 22. Come and havq I i a fiood time with us. Women of If Woodcraft, Sego Lily circle No. 174. - I I Asks for Divorce. Amy Labruni to- ' day filed a petition In the civil divi ; alon of the district court asking for I , a divorce from her husband, Joseph I; !!. Labmni. The petition alleges that tho parties were married at Fariulng jjl ton, May 14, 190S, and that since tho jJ marriage the defendant has failed to v .provide the necessaries of life for the ; plaintiff. The plaintiff asks for dl f vorce, general relief, and restoration It of her maiden name, Amy Knight. &Za NotIce Public accounting... Small ! kr Ees f bookR a specialty. Investigate. fi H. B. Warner. 243S 1-2 Wash. Ave. Of-' K flee hours, 2 p. m., to 5 p. m. Tele fa phonos Ind. 879. 13 ell 737. Ifc She De...

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. — 20 February 1911

V wp a! H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1911 . jk fi ' . - -4 I FATHER HAS I SERIOUS TASK M With a view of having his daugh- H ter, over whom he has lost restraint, H committed to the State Industrial H school, Warren Dudley of Salem is H now la Ogden and will assist Juvenile B Judgo V..C. Ouncoll in the disposition H of the girl, who Is still locked in the H city prison. 1 Mr. Dudloy Is a farmer and Is be- Hl lioved to have furnished, a good homo M for his daughter. He states, however, H that Bho became unruly and finally H loft home, going to Provo, thence to H Salt Lake City and later coming to Hj Ogden. In this city she was arrested H under the name of Baboona Smith H and told tho Judgo, "when arraignod, H that Bhe had been married In Provo M about six months ago. Sho also atat- M ed that aho would be IS years of ago on tho fifteenth of this month. Her B father states that sho will not be IS H years of age until next October. nr- I qJocjeiy H BRIDGE TEA...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 21 February 1911

jjmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmWmmmmmmmmWmW H . Ki vO'i. "V . t H Hit LET YOUR WANTS BE iTjf lj .JLvfefcfet 444 V 'OkTVHI AVI A WEATHER FORECAST. ; H KNOWN IN THE fll B SP B 1 I 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 I fill s III IAI III STll? M rS - m P I HD Bi EsL 191 KL 1 1 I IE l fy M AhIHHIAvH - night and Wednesday and ijH 21 i EVENING STANDARD 0 l'' EJCt- W- " f ' VV il 9WXWW WPyWV continue cold. j H tkA ' ' i -r illlllH 2f- Forty.flrst Year-No. 44 Price Five Cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21, J9JJ Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. ' iilH I ARMY MM -L AIIT8SF RBA1IT J f IRJ IHr wWh (JmK II 1 1 IBs fill Is MWIn dust rial Workers Gather Around a Red Ml Flag and Sin ?V I Redding, Cal., Feb. 21. Tlie Indus- jM trial Workers of the World, who rest- SS f ed yesterdny at Montague, resumed J5 their southward Journey today, walk- !3 - Inp the railroad ties. They Intend to ,8 ' camp tonight at the lumber town of lilW Weed, 2S miles from Montague, after !$Vll'l paslng thro...

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. — 21 February 1911

H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGEHN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1911. , fc LEADEROF H H Ilov. Brnlnord of thu ConpcpiUonal H church In his Sunday night sermon, M SJK on Mo,os as the fpuudor of tho M llobrow nntlon. He mild: H Abraham was Cho father o the e- H brow race and of ita Idea of God. ( M Mosos took tho dIrKanlzcd mlUtudo H of his day and. founded a nation: out H of tho Idea of "One God" he dpvclop- H ed tho ensentlalH of tho Hebron- rc- H llrfon. Those two men aro tho ait -H ,eV,dou3 character of the tho tradl. H tlonal and tho historic days of He- H brcwdora. Thoy were bo preat. each M la hl owa dayf that their ideals and H Influence ha.TO -withstood tho on- H slaught of time and thoy atill rank H with tho few great Uvea of all tho H 3Bien'fltadi'lnc thi Hfo of Mosoa and H hlH work It 18 Intonating to not the H sotting of tho Urn in which ho lived. H Egypt, hid birthplace, wa thon the H RTonteat nation In tho world. Its 1 scholarship had attained a very high M Btandard and ther...

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. — 21 February 1911

4Stt THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1911. 3 Pl "g& ; VSGAL. ( ' M NOTICE. Hj C To the Stockholders of the Amalga P 1 mated Sugar Company: fill Notice 13 hereby given that a meet Pj ;' In; of the stockholder of the Amal J if 3 "ted Sugar company will he held gi4 I at lhi company's ofTlce, room No. 206 ( Ecclea building, Ogden City. Utah, oa g I- the 6th lay of November, 1910, atll IbUR o clock a. m., for the purpose of cW 1'plderin.j and voting upon the follow ' Sng pioponed changes and amend ments to the articles of lncorporatloa of this company, to-wlt: Repeal article V and ""substitute la lieu thereof the following: "Article V The authorized amount of the cap ital stock of said corporation shalj ba Four Million (54,000,000) JDollars. dl Tided Into Forty Thousand (40,000) chares of preferred Btock or the par value of Ono Hundred ($100.00) Dol lars eacn. UnleBB otherwise ordered . , by the Board of Directors, all divl S dendB shall bo paid In four equal...

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. — 21 February 1911

H 4 .. THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY n, 1011. H QJ1t Eimttng i$t an&arB H An Independent Newspaper woh(laC H (ESTABLISHED 1870..) H PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY HH (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) H TERMS OF SUBSCRD?TION IN ADVANCE. H BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY. H Daily. Ercry Day. 1 Tear. . .56.00 Dally. Every Day 6 Monti, .. Wjo H Dally, Every Day. 3 Months. . .$1.50 Sunday Only, 1 1 car $2." H jn Ogden City by Carrier 75 cents per month. H For information concerning city subscriptions, telephone to tho city H circulation dcpartmenL Both Phonos DC. H GLENW00D PARK FOR THE CHILDREN. H Tho mayor, having obtained Glenwood Park with the object in H cw 0f having the city make the park a children's pleasure ground, H presented tho proposition to the city council Monday night. H Tho park cost $9,000 and contains 10 to 13 acres. It is optional Hl ;vith the city to accept or reject the offer. H While $9,000 is not a large expenditure for the city to make in H behal...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 21 February 1911

THE EVENING STANDARD: OCLN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1911. 5 lH 51 . . , . . . iM III Fop HEALTH I and PUEE FOOB : Hunt's Perfect I Baking Powder I and Flavoring Extrcclz. H STANDARD TELEPHONES CALL UP- STANDARD EXCHANGE. V Bell 56, to Communicate w'th any f department. 1 RANDOM ;; REFERENCES j Ex-Sheriff Barlow WIlsou has just returned from a several weeks' visit " ' In California. He states that the. , peach trees and also other fruits are j; budding and that weather conditions d f there aro very favorable. Ik Washington's Birthday Dance at the la Roal Dancing academy, Wednesday II ' evening, February 22. Tickets per J couple, 50 cents; extra lady, 2r cents, Mrs. J. H. Knauss Jr., who has been iiv visiting for the past two months a.t lij the home of J. 11 Knauss Sr.. left at 1 (o'clock this morning for her home in Missoula, Mont Pay your subscription one month j in advance and pet a 20-cent can of I , Pierces' Pork and Beans free. These t pork and benns are canned in Ogden x an...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 21 February 1911

H R THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1911. ' j& H Not Always Easy H It is not always easy to tell M the truth. There is no ques- H tiop, however, about its- al- M ways being the right thing H to do. H The object of Pabst advextis- H tng is to tell you the truth about I Pabst I BlueRibbon H The Beer of Quality H The truth is that Pabst Blue H Ribbon has won the world's H highest prizes for quality is as H ' rich in food values and as per- H feet as scientific methods and H ' brewing skill can make it. H The truth is that Pabst Blue H Ribbon has a smooth, agreeable H flavor and a delightful aftertaste H which distinguish it from all H other beers. H Made and Bottled Only H by Pabst at Milwaukee H Telephone the dealer below H I to deliver a case of Blue Ribbon H beer to your home. Prove to H yourself that we are justified in H ' making the above statements. H The Fred X Kiesel Co. i AT YOUR SERVICE Part of tho electric lighting sorv- I " ice which wo offer o...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 21 February 1911

JM, THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1911. 7 B If I RANDOM ...r I REFERENCES (Continued from Pago Five.) J Granted a Divorce Gcorgina Chrls- tensen has-been granted an Intprlocu f tofy docreo of divorce froni Peter Chrlstonsen on tlie grounds of dcaor i H Hon. 2U)e decree v,-t$ given on ex f parte' te'siirriony and the default of Iho dofondauu Mr Chrj.stenson, un ' der the tonus of the decreo, will he required to pay the costs of tho suit and $50 attorney fees, i ' Washington's Birthday Dance at (i)o I Boyal .Dancing Academy, "Wednesday fj ', evening, February 22 Come and havo J a gopd time with us. Women or IP Woodcraft, Sego LIy clrdo No. 17-1. - ljm Uses Opium Fred Kingston plead- Ill ed guilty In police court this morning K to the charge of agrancy and his i case wps cpntlnued pending further I investigation by the iollce. Kingston is addicted to the use of opium and Is believed by tho police to bo a dang le erous character. I If you break your glasses, (...

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. — 21 February 1911

. M m ' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1011. J- H a . . . . ' t H Sixty Years tho Standard I IB N cream 1 Baking fonder i H -It makes Iionze balding- easy j H J and gives ulcer, beWep and H i ( cleaner fioo3 thasa tthe w ready- H ' made," TSiere Is no HjaMng H powder or preparation like it H or equal to U fior quickly audi S H perfectly naaMnflf the delicate H Iioft bflscnlf, not bread, mniHin, H cake and pasfey,, ji H , No AlnmNoJLhne Phosphates H "Alum In bnldng powder is daE- jj H gerons and should be proMbittecL" H I Prof. Schweitzer, State Univ., Mo. Hl ii .i .ii.i i mi n I ' HYDE WAS NOT ' AT DELMONICO'S H Now York-, Fob. 21. City Chamber- H 9nln Charles H. Hydo carrlc out flatly H on tho witness stand today in the H Gardner racq track briber" ca.se and H , denied that he had been present nt H tvny meeting nt Delinonlco's to raise a H I fund to defeat the anti-rncing bills or HT bad heard of tho rnlslug of any H( "boodlo firod." H The city chamberlain...

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. — 22 February 1911

.i " $ty W (C1 if "V ' 1 fcj EVENING STANDARD UxlJ J&oJ&h H4 11 PMJ IWvW' M FSHwS"''" : j J Forty-flrst Year No. 45-Price Five Cents. '. QGDEN CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 22, 19 U Entered as Second Claao Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. . H i CHINAMAN , Hi5 i fnT"iiriirfci(niTrr"a tt I PFBQKTFWT I i LiAoio I L 1 1 I II i Dr. Sun Yat Sen Contin II ues to Preach For the II Reform of China II Victoria, B. C, Fob. 22 Dr Sun Yat f Sen, who for many years, has led a 41 movement for the overthrow of the tfl ; present dynasty In China. Is In Vlc- 41 ", torla preaching his cause among the K l local Chinese. Ho advocatos armed re- 5 i' bolllon and the establishment of a '( government, presumably a republic, 4j' t pledged to reform on Western Hues. 1 Dr. Sun Yat Sen hag a price on his SI ; bead In China. Sixteen years ago ho il ; was seized by members of the Chi- ; I i neso embassy in London, England, and I dragged forcibly to the embassy It I :' was intended to send ...

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. — 22 February 1911

LwsLwfl H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22 lSix - I "WASHINGTON;,- THE MAN 2 H No nation or people over had a rlcli- H er legacy than Americans have in M their Ideal of "SVashlngton. Great as H was his real charnclor nnd Inestimable Hl as wcro his services to the country. 1 Washington was not a dcml-god, nor H oven a man of genius But h0 did H possess a genius for honesty and pa- H trlotlam and was tho incarnation of H common sense. His mother, aftor M reading a letter from him during tho H Revolutionary war which conveyed B good news, said: H "Creorgo gcnorally carries through H anything ho underUkes." Mrs. U. S 1 Grant onco said, referring to hor hus- H , band's determination and persistence: H "Ho Is a very obstlnato man." Grant H was not a genius any moro than M Washington, but both men had a gift H of success, H Tt Is -well for tho American people M that thoy havo Idealized Washington. H and it is to be hoped that they may H never lower nor change their...

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. — 22 February 1911

', . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 3P11. 3 H 111, r XgGAH " ', , '1 ' I "" NOTICE. 1 H To the Stockholders of the Amalga H mated Sugar Company: P. I.'oUce Is hereby given that a meet P In, of tho stockholders of the Araafc it ri -ted Sugar company will be held I g ttiloipany'B offlce. rDom No 208 Bf Fcclea building, Ogden City. Utah, on fhe 5th "ay of November. 1910, at 11 I n dock m for the purpose of con. i lojdorlnj nnd voting upon tho follow i L proposed, changes and nraend f menta to tho articles of Incorporation f of this company, to-wit: , I Repeal artlclo V and substltuto In f lieu thereof tho following: "Article i y The authorized amount of the cap- f Ital sfook of said corporation shall bo t Four Million ($4,000,000) Dollars, dl l! Tided Into Forty Thousand (40,000) BbareB of preferred stock of the par I Taluo of Ono Hundred ($100.00) DoK laro each. Unices otherwise ordered Bby the Board of Directors, all dlvl j denas shall be paid In four equa...

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. — 22 February 1911

H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, FEERUARY 22, 1911. iiH A. ' - Jrf II J Wlff 'B if 1M iAJL- uixjur jl feCfi'Byl I i W MS S F yoM havc Ho1 investigated the great !'l--'Hc 4 I M I 1 HI 1 Jl iM m i savings to be made diiring ?he Great PI H u i February Clearance Sale you are do- ' BaFyTlp' Igfjfffjf f -J H m2 ing yourself an injustice. G-J ""4 ;Ui!uui 1 fe H I ri-iw rurilT Prices have not -been marked so low since our Great H J SOME VERY GREAT nfT!elf reZlCrlaery anmenx Overstocked on Bedroom S H 1 W 7 .A T fl T TEfi aSv and includes Carpets, Rugs, Draperies, Lace Curtains, Fflllllli'ihll'Pg I ji HI I m jTL 1 W J r Cw Couch "Covers, Bedding, Window Shades, all Furniture JL Uti JilJiaJL $ H I L A A Mi if ff &B& Jr Wall Papers, Stoves, Ranges, Graniteware and Washing I Hi I 1?DAM TTBTP nRAPFRV Machirtes. ' IneinS thrUgh ! many pieces of ued-room 1 j 1 f KUIV1 1 H1j LPKlklr JEjI. I inn,,-- ,, j I-,,- H- -imrrTaTfnnminLrj-Ln)ii7iIi' flIrn!tllre. and ve decided to mak...

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. — 22 February 1911

THE EVENING STANDARD; OODSN, UTAH, "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1911. II I STANDARD TELEPHONES II I CALL UP II I STANDARD EXCHANGE, Boll 56, to Communicate w'th any l 0 department. RANDOM I! ! W. T. Garvoj and wife of killings, ;iont., are vis.tors In the city. '. Washington's Birthday Dance at the Boyal Dancing Academy, Wednesday i evening, February 22. Come and have J a good time with us. Women of ) Woodcraft, Scgo Lily clrclo No. 174. - George A. Ilclner was a business visitor in the city yesterday from II ( Morgan, Utah. III , Pay your subscription one month lpr In advance and pot a 20-ccnt can ot III Pierces' Pork and Beans free Theso III pork and beans are canned in Ogden III and are absolutely pure. Ml Mrs MacGregor of Idaho Falls ar- lived in Ogden yesterday, for a visit , with friends for a few days. . Call Allen, phones 2, for carriages ( for funerals and operas Private calls a specialty. Also prompt" delivery ot boggago. 412 25th. ; Ike Wilson of Rock Springs Is a k business ...

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. — 22 February 1911

H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, FEFRUAHY 22, 1911. J PURCHASE OF FOUNDRY SAND fl Tro Oregon Short Lino Railroad H . company haa purchased five acres of H land ox-tending along its right or way H east of tho point whore the line cuts Hl through tho Sand Ridge. Tho prop- orty was bought from the Richard H Kennedy heirs ut $100 per acre. H According to Charles Hollingsworth, H nttorney for the company, tho land 1 hns been purchased by the railroad H because it contains a good deposit of 1 foundry sand, which will be shipped H to the foundries at Salt Lake City H and Pocatello. H It was rumored thnt the company H was considering the establishment of H a foundry in Ogden in connection with H the Southern Pacific shops, but Mr. H Hollingsworth states that this project 1 Is not being considered by the pur- Hl chasers. Should a foundry be estab- H liahed hero, the attorney says, it H would be located whore the paint jle- fl partment of the Southern Pacific shops is now situa...

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. — 22 February 1911

H HV BBi!l!i!iPl!l!ffB!ffff!yA!w? ti MM . THE EVENING STANDAPwD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1911. 7 H li -'TfliliPilT I " NILW OGDEN THE-ATEK I TfiMBAEIT I ! f 1 r RANDOM REFERENCES J U . j I (Continued from Page FIvo.) ( Idaho Conditions W. A. McCIurg, t prominent business man of Malad, Idaho, Is In the city. Mr. McCIurg ( I lays business conditions In the Idaho ' city are reasonably good an(i tna n0 r prospects for the year 1911 are fav- T 1 Drable. Cattle and sheep wintered )$ well In the northern country and there r .as been ample snow fall during the I I winter to insure a supply of water ! lufflcient to Irrigate the farms in the dry poriod. I I Woodcraft Dance at the Royal acad I emy, on Washington's birthday. I Return Home A nunibor of Ogden I people who left tho city a short time I ago to take advantage" of the Elk's . excursion to visit the coast, have re I turned, among them blng ex-Sheriff B. B. "Wilson, Chris Aadneson and ' Fred Tout These gentlemen state ! tha...

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. — 22 February 1911

' 8 , THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1911. 1 j WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 B -t- A long, sibilant, hlsb floated H - over Ihe chamber af iho. United 4- Hj States senate today, rising H nbovc the expiring applause - H -f- with which the Galleries had H -f jjreeted a coinnrent reflecting fl upon tbo Intelligence of the oc- H -f cupants. So far as many who -f Hi -f have long been connected with H 4- it could recall never before had H a hiss been heard in that dig- -f M n If Jed body. Hj -- -r- 1 The- Incident followed the remark H of Mr. Bailey of Texas. Senator Craw H ford of South Dakota had inado a n fitatomont bearing upon the Lorlmcr Hl case that brought forth expressions of H 1 approval from onlooking opponents of H j the Illinois senator. who sat in the H "No applause will be permitted H from those in the galleries," said the H vice president severely. H "The applause," said the Texas scn- H ator, who was In controversy with Mr. H Crawford, "Is a fair measure ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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