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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 25 February 1911

jh THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, imiH, SATURDAY, e FEBRUARY 25 1911, 5 )l IK Just Look: , : a! i Yourself When you try on one of our ". suits and you will admit that the ; fabric, the fit, and the finish sets ' ; off your figure to advantage. We yf I warrant every garment we make (4 to be perfect in every particular, if ,,or thore Is no cale. Style Is the j chief feature after the exact fit, J ; and our reputation is. built upon i '., our past succcsces fn pleasing . pntrone. jj5 - Prices $17.50 and up . NEW HAMPSHIRE WOOLEN I MILLS. J 211 Twenty-fifth St. I Have You Emi i I the Grippe? j I For those bad coughs fol- fl I lowing the grippe, there is i I nothing like our old- fashion- I WHITE PINE "AND TAR I I I COMPOUND. i r 1 to cure them. :, 1 I80&8 Eli PIP ME?. 9 1 I 2453 Washington Ave. i I Both Phones 38. 3 ; ! For See The ; Volker-Scowcroft Lumber. Co. i . .. Before Buying Anywlie?e Either Phone 612. Or Call 237 24lh St., Ogden. I j Ogdera Sew, Pipe I i & Glay Go. Still ...

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. — 25 February 1911

H e THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1911. la I TONIGHT I Silfol I! HI I Joscpta M. Gates PrcsemSfmg I TONIGHT I B Tomorrow Night fiil3!!!!!39! 1 1 1 I WW i j ' Tomorrow Night J 1 seats NOW selling a H S I is fifl S I Id is Greatest Musical Comedy Suaceess America Mas Ever Known I prices 50c, 75c, $i, $1.50 and $2 1 ( LABORS 0F7 I ' RAILROAD LAWYER H In tho district court this morning, H r nftor hearing a fow probate cases and H attending to exparte matters, Judge M ' Howoll again rosumed the hearing In Hl tho coso of Charlos R. Hollingsworth H against the Salt Luke & Ogden Rail- Hj way company. H Tho plaintiff was again called to the H I witness stand to testify to services H I alleged to havo been rondorod the de- H ) fendant company as assistant local at- H torncy. Mr. Holllnssworth Btntod that H the servlco enumerated in item 19 H -were rendered In the year 1909, be- H twoen Februao' 1 and Juno 30, con- H slating largely of settling cortnln dlf- H fe...

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. — 25 February 1911

TEE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25,l911. V Wk 1 r'TArtJffhiHEARTHE UNIVERSITY OF DENVER GLEE CLUB I Tan'mhi I 1 l .' lUIilglll J Tonight- at. the HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 1?SSpewt &cc iW1 j : H j T RANDOM u PREFERENCES is 1 k (Continued from Paso Five l , I 1 . Quick repairing of glasses. Consult if ,is when you need glasses. J. T. I Rushnior, Optician, 2464 "Wash. Ave. - Returned home S. J, Griffin of 1, Dlackinan & GrifTin Co. returned on i tho Lob Angoles Limited from a few I'M weeks visit to California. 1 A Testimonial social will be given .1 for Mrs- Eo11 Showeri. who will leave I for Scotland in the near future, at !f LAbor hall Monday night. AiiBplces ; Caledonian society. ' Storm Along Railroad The snow ' storm of this morning sweptwest as I far as Carlin, N'cv., "but, according i to local railroad officials, has caused ' little or no delay in traffic. There $ " has been no snow between Carlin and ii' Sparks. The temperature along the i cutiro Salt...

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. — 25 February 1911

H g - . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1011. i:$f if w SI!? B H SCENE FROM "ZALB10NA," AT THE OGDEN THEATER, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, FEB. 27 H AND 28. SEAT SALE SUNDAY. PRICES 5 0c, 75c, $1.00 AND $1.50. H (ConUnuod from Page Six.) H PARCEL SHOWER. H Miss Florence Farr was given a big H surprlso Wednesday evening when H I sbo arrived nt the Seventh Ward I arnusqmont hall to attend what was H I ostensibly to bo a meeting of. tho H I T. L. AI. I. A. She round Instead H f elaborate preparations for a part' j In honor of her wedding which takes '! placo In .March. H! Gaines and contests of various kinds H I and rm excellent musical program H preceded the fine spread which had ' H boon prepared and gifts, useful orn- W amenCal and unique wore contained jj ln the various parcels brought by 1 I loving friends as mute testimonials of their regard for tho young bride- 1 to- be. HL , ENTERTAINS SCHOOL FRIENDS. H I Among the many pleasant events H , j of the week was the...

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. — 25 February 1911

ii fl i PgtTwo i; ; . THE, EVENING STANDARD , j '6 III ""ORT5SRS:F7raARNO. 48 OGDEN CITY. UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25, 9 . PRICE FIVE CENTS !H i ! , A T 0110 end ot the Wentworth garden Helen ; Adeline nnd Grace Margnret Wentworth, I !N a5cd eleven and nine years sat with ',t - -A. thejr heads close together and their i backs to the observer, and conversed In low and i thrilling tones At the other end, under a brllliant- I, , It flowering bush of goldonglow, the observer, ' ' J Genevieve Maude Wentworth, sat in- splendid Iso- ; ; , lation holding her favorite doll absently by the left "leg and regarding with growing disfavor this 1 aloofness and absorption of her sisters. Genevieve Maud was but four, and ot an innocence befitting 1; these tenner years; but she knew that such con- ''.. spicuous consultation, punctuated as it was with l ! frequent glances her way, boded no good for a fat ! i little girl Experience had taught her that it meant ods of two things- the planning of...

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. — 25 February 1911

1 - I S3 dsT -' By ANTOINETTE REHMANN PEERETT fr ! I MASTERP1ECES0F 1 1 t FURNITURE MAKERS H Beautiful Specimeus That I Have Seen and Envied H Creations of Adam, Hepplewhite and Chippendale H and Their Pecularities of Style and Design WE "WERE Mttlng on the sofa In the liall counting upon our com- ulncd fingers the various mem- M h' bcr.s of the family for tho H Thanksgiving dinner party The fnm- H lly is large Tho combined Angers Hl needed duplicating' to accommodate) It. H But Gepo has three dining- tables. Tho M possession of three modern dining ta- H ' bls would bo painfully space-absorb- 1 ing, but It Is different with the old ta- M bios. They arc not at all obstreperous. H They are mado quite narrow in tho M frame and modestly withdraw with H I flaps down to homo small space at the m side of the room when mealtime is H I over. In Gono's home, the thousand- 1 legged dining table ha a long1, narrow placo In the hall near the front door. Tho thouand-lcgged tablo, or, as wo 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. — 25 February 1911

I i wfr By ELIZABETH JORDAN I ! H I For six long weeks Mrs. Van Nostrand had given H f - her days to the servant question and her nights to, disturbed dreams through which the "applicants" H f' of her waking hours stalked, a solid and stolid 1 a phalanx- In the beginning she had tried to count ' lliosc who presented themselves in response to the H IU i alluring advertisements her husband had inserted ro ', in several newspapers; but she soon abandoned this M as an unnecessary addition to the severe mental fj! l strain of the experience. German, Swedish, Nor Bi3S, I wcgian, Irish, French, and African maids called, Ihcg surveyed appraisingly her charming little apartment, Htn ' listened coldly to ncr enthusiastic recital of the H, simple joys and home comforts awaiting "the right I person," and then, even more appraisingly, dis I I appeared. G II It was at this point in the tragedy that Mrs. Van HI Nostrand confided to her friend Mrs. Brown, oyer II -lie -telephone wire, a deep satisf...

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. — 25 February 1911

PI s - '1 M I ! Marxian Club Socialists t ! j! . - - T H X EDITORIAL COMMITTF.E: H Kate S. Hllllard, H i Eugene A. Battell, H Howard Hall. ..... B CLEAR THE WAY. H 3Ien of thought! be up and Etirrlngr, night and day: H Sow the seed withdraw the curtain H clear the way! H lien, of aotion, aid and cheer thotn, H aa ye may; H Therfc'a a fount about to stream, H Thore'a a light about to boain, M Thoro's a vrarnith about to glow, H There's a flower about to blow; M There's a midnight blackness chans- H lng Into fira)- H Men of thought and men of action. H clear tho way! H Onc tho welcome light lias brolton, M who shall my H "What the unimagined glories of the H What tho evil that shall perish In Its H H Aid the dawning, tongue and pon M Aid it, hopes of hone9t mon; M Aid it, paper aid it, type H Aid l(, for the hour is ripe, M And our earnest must not slacken M Into play; H Men of thought and mon of action, M clear tho way! H Lo! a cloud's about to vanish from H the H And a brazen wrong ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 25 February 1911

j ft):t yj "!.' ""HUl-'Wil" e wrflr ?;-:'.. .ffifcuw: tin- ;.!.. ! I J . wrnwAVB J"ou' cltl,cr of you sot 'EurPcan H lULJI' Monils"; ' suitl mI,y HNsl'l- H ' vKyll Elizabeth nud T looked up slmultnne- 1 v it'H ously, :iu(l In doing so we naturally looked M ' ; Jj I J at each other; she writing at n combination M t desk nud table lu our little drawing-room H t nnd I spreading, my things oil the iliulng- H ! room table. There was nothing between these two H rooms Jjut- an arch partly filled wltli fretwork ara- H besque, and -ill (his arch stood the tall figure or Billy H Bliuht anil the'ohctfked gingham outlines of .Margaret,' M our houftekcVper-Jur Mrs. Gniiuly. H "no would eonio la, MI, say what I. would." she I apologized, with o'o stern and one admiring eye on i Billy. -"5 told hter r.s I:ov'U.hb 'young ladles was , partieulai' rn-cd, !;' 1"' he comes aud says he only wju:J? to i a i.vcs'.l.m." "Then ask It." rvmumndou' Elizabeth. "We're busy. h f Have only until to-morrow to fini...

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. — 25 February 1911

I ,A, ' ' 'By HELEN FALCO ' . K43JL - Jg I LAYETTES THAT ARE SCIENTIFIC AID COST LITTLE H Togs for Tiny Tots' Insure Perfect Health by Maintaining H Even Temperature for Entire Body IF mothers could only realize the vital importance of not dressing and handling young babies, and h would think about the shameful H harm they inflict upon these dear, hclp- H less little creatures by the foolish anity H of taping them' out in frills and em- H broidcif, they wtfuld sacrifice tliis pcr- H sonal pride at least until the infant is H sufficiently strong to live in spite of its H mother's foolish cruelties. H Young infants should wear absolutc- H ly no clothes. Think of the little dcli- H catc arms pulled in and out of at least H three pairs of sleeves from three to four H times each day and being rolled first on H its tender little stomach and over again H on its back, then tugging at the chubby H little legs to further encase them' in H stockings, then pins to hold the socks H in place, and...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 25 February 1911

II. . I f - ' If NOTICE. r li ' ' Hj jTo tho Stockholders of tho Amalgv t mated Susar Company: Hr ' Notice is hereby given that a meet H ,inf, of the stockholders of the Amal Wh 'ga Ated Sugar company will bo held Hi tat tie company's office, room No. 208 HI (EccIm building. Ogdcn City. Utah, oa HF lhe 6th '(ay of November, 1910, at 11 HI (o'clock . m for the purpose of con Hi riderlnj and voting upon the follovr H She proposed changes and amend H jirient$ to the artirlea of Incorporation H, of this company, to-wif ft Repeal article V nnd substitute In lieu thereof tho following; "Article Hi V The authorized amount of tho cap Hi it&I stock of said corporation ahull bo Hi Four Million ($4,000,000) Dollars, dl K Tided into Forty Thousand (40,000) H ahares of preferred stoclc of the par H rilue of One Hundred ($100.00) Dol Hr Jars each. Unless otherwise ordered Ira by the Board of Director;, all divU IB dencm shall be paid In four equal quar Wk terly payments, to-wlt: On tho first ...

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. — 25 February 1911

Ira B las I j . J I ' fWHAT THE BEST DRESSED WOMEN ARE GOING TO WEARJ ' 1 B . --- V i I jjjl AR 1 5 FA SHION5 fiti& - Sl ' fl BY MRS. A. T. ASHMORE. H -- rRING and summer fashions now H . challenge attention, and every H woman, whether or not she wishes H K -T to, is forced to think nhout dress. H At the moment dressmakers are H resting a little from their labors, for H with most of the leading establishments H the last of February and the first week H of March is a dead season, corresponding H to the stocktaking in department shops, when everything is looked over and put in H i readiness for the rush of custom, which H I this year promises to exceed that of many past Reasons. But all the time new model;: H 'arc being exhibited and new information H is Riven out as to what arc to be the styles H for spring and summer. H ) Again comment has to be made on the H jdifllculty of selecting tKc spring ward- H j robe. No one, not even the most cx- j travagant of women, cares to order a ...

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. — 27 February 1911

!Hr '- vd KPr f d ' i I T 1 dff A k. tJW' H- jmJm LA.A WEATHER FORECAST LET YOUR WANTS BE j Wfa JkiYI 'I Hi rf CTT Till iikHlii the iiJdicat.ons are that the KNOWN IN THE BR I MMr Tm 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 U 1 ?I im 111 1 111 leather will be snow to. M hi? EVENING STANDARD f SM- IJv JmmmWmWf 1RA 11 eII'W lWPH J5' N,GHT AND TOMORROV- N0T H ! , . .. y, - , M, Forty-first Year No. 49 Price Five Cents. , OGDEN CITY, UTAH, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27, 9 Entered nG Second Class Matter at the Postofflce, Ogdon, Utah. -M BATTLE IS FOUGHT WITH INDIAN I MURDERERS IN CENTRAL NEVADA I Posses in Pursuit Overtake the Indians and I Are Fired on After Three flours of 19 Fighting, One White Man and i ' . Eight Indians Are Deid He ! i HI ' Reno, Feb. 27. In a three-hour flt fight, beginning at noon yesterday, Hi : near Tuscarora, New, between state H nollco and posses of stockmen, on the Hf , one side, and n band of twelve Shos- Hj ' hone Indians on the other, eight of HI the Indians were slain and the r- H...

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. — 27 February 1911

K 2 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1911. J I JEWELS ON I STEAMER fl - -r H NEW YORK, Feb . 26. H - Mrs,. Baldwin Drummond, for- Hi raorlr Mrs. Marshall Field Jr., R 4- of Chicago, was robbed of a H 4- fortune in jewels last night -t- R -f- aboard a tranB-Atlantic liner, -f- R 4- Diamonds, pearls apd other -t- R 4- gems to the value of approxl- R 4- niatcly $130,000, disappeared 4- H 4- front her stateroom on the 4- H steamship Ainerlka of the Ham- 4- 4- burg-American line, some time 4- 4- between 9:30 o'clock last eve- H 4- nlng and 5.30 o'clock this 4- H -f- morning. M -4-4-4-4-4-4-4- r " t -f -f f T "" -r H The loss was leporlod Immediately H upon tho liner docking at Hoboken R this afternoon and the police of Hobo- B ken and New York aro working on the H cafe. Mrs. Drummond hurried to the hotel Plazn, declining to discuss her H The Hamburg-American lino dls- R claims all responsibility on tho R ground that pasaengers leaving jow- H els in their staterooms...

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. — 27 February 1911

jaB THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1911. 3 .B IB ' 'LEGALE , r Hi NOTICE. I! : To tho Stockholders of the Ama1g It mated Sugar Company: l ?Jotico Is hereby given that a meet- It In- or the stockholders of ho Amal- If ga -tcd Sugnr company will be held II ; at the company's office, room No. 2GS l : Eccles building. Ogden City. Utah, on I the 5th lay or November, 1910, at 11 If o'clock a. m., for the purpose or con II , plderln and voting upon the follow It ' -ihg pioposed changca and amend Ill ments to the articles of Incorporation H of this company, to-wlt: Repeal article V and substitute In HI lieu theroor the following: "Article IH V Tho authorized amount of the cap- Jtal stock of said corporation shall ba Four Million (S4.000.000) DollarB. dl- vlded luto Forty Thousand (40,000) shares of preferred stock of the par B value of One Hundred ($100.00) Dol- larfi eacb. Unless otherwise ordered by tho Board of Directors, all dlvU W dends 8hall be paid In four eq...

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. — 27 February 1911

I H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1911. . H An Independent Newspaper ttnT (ESTABLISHED 1870..) I PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY H (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) M TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. H BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY. H Dellr. Every Day, 1 Tear... $6.00 Dally. Every Day 6 Months. ..$3.00 M Dally Evcrr Day, 3 Months... $1.50 Sunday Only. 1 car M la Ogden City by Carrier 75 cents per month. For information concerning clt y subscriptions, telephone to tho city H clrculaUon departmoi Both Phonos GG. H SUCH A HOLLOW LAUGH. H The Herald-Republican has seen Senators Cummins, Clapp and Bristow in such awkward positions over the Canadian reciprocity agreement that it has almost collapsed with laughter. Those pro- gressive" senators are demanding that instead of breaking down a schedule or two in the Payne-Aldrich law, by recrprooity, the entire measure be revised downward. And that is such a funny sugges- tion the editor of the Salt Lake paper is convulsed in...

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. — 27 February 1911

,, THE EVENING SI AND-"-ED: OCDUN, UTAH, KQrirAT, rirSTTAPV 27, 1011. 3 $c r : " rjfe., 1 I "SPIfcaIll? e "SUMKIST55 Special, Moving at Express Train Speed, Is Bringing MMP TWENTY THOUSAND Boxes of 'Famous "SUNKIST" Oranges I "Sr A$ ft " , , I imi.u iii-Jir.i iixu!ijiiii imipi-iJtJi-mi majmi H ' ' fZ'dPPiF 'l"r'1 ' "" r"IVT' ' Jf --'' '-'' i..'j-.vr-.-.r -. -f.,,-. .. . i .... -,--.- -IL-- ---- - -..,...;.,. ,ma i r v S, Jiillviffl Ll M 7mS$T Another bi sale of "Sunkist" oranges been picked; so rigidly were they inspected bo? jrom your -dealer .Because of their 1 Jmk "l ' I ' I lA'Atf .iTi r j . . 'ii nnd o-raded so ranidly are they beinjr trans- excellent condition Sunkisfc" oranges 6 Sill A mMsMWJZ JI I H : ti , will begin Monday next, continuing till ffl ft ,- ,fw the close of the week. be able to secure oranges as fresh, sweet j AMuM ; II I H tM la I W These special sales, which arc held from and wholesome as can be bought in Los Many Ways to Serve I hem llw $) IflffJmrfmm 4 I! ...

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. — 27 February 1911

M THE 3VENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1911. t Sj H 6 . 'K. m , f I Mow Los Angeles Does It-Butcher's I ' ProfitsWhy You Get a China' I Dish with Tea and CoffeeThe H Poor Pay Highest PricesWhy? H How England's Poor Were Corn H ' pelled to Protect Themselves H :'M The Big Cost of Delivering H M Groceries and How to Cut it H j Downa Good Article from the H ,; Best Authority in the Land, v'J The Saturday Evening- Post of Philadelphia has an article in its issue of Feb. 18, 1911, on "The Retail Cost." The Post takes the H same stand that this paper does, as does also Secretary Wilson of H the agricultural department, namely, that people buy in too small H a' quantity to get the benefit of good prices. The Post says, "The poorer a man is the more he must pay, under the present rotail H system.'' M Continuing, the Post says: H THIRTY-EIGHT PER CENT GROSS PROFIT. H There is the advantage of thoroughly organized business or even, if you will permit me to say, of monopolis...

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. — 27 February 1911

M, THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1911. 7 M I Tonight and I OGD-5Tm I Tonight and I .' I Hi J Tomorrow Night g gg'!gw (ZALf!ONA Book Mormon g Tomorrow Night, : - - I RANDOM I REFERENCES I (Continued rom Pace. Five ) i , . I Managor Decker Goes East Dan- H vlllc Decker, manager of the Mor- m Rants' Lght Power company, will ft make .a trip to New York City with- W Jn tho next few days to visit his lltt family and to transact soiuo business liW In tho east for the new light com- lT pany. Tho directors of tho company Ilk havo not yet decided definitely on the I In plans for tho new plant and it Is IIP likely that the custom trip of the Itt. managor has to do with these plan.? I jf," and with tho equipment of the lighting III system. Hi. A To3tIraonIal social will he given I llj for Mrs. Bell Showert, who will leave I If for Scot,auJ In the near future, at lift Labor hall Monday night. Auspices jR Caledonian society, BIU Seen at Cement Show "Ralph E. Hl) Bristol,...

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. — 27 February 1911

mmm1 H 8 raE EVENING STANDARD- OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1911. j mmmmmmV - - j jpK Doily: "Why does the flavor of NtPl H SISS mint leaves stay in IsPtff Lfl 1111 XK Jimmy: "Give it up. Why does it?" tltl H BeESI CwC yfh Dolly: "Because no matter how much you SS' H PPK jffff& chew, you can't chew it out' mi Mil Rlll y''--''i Coolind refreshing, teeth I J llllj-r Mil Jfff-'vt IIIam cleansing, breath purifying. j l&S H RIP RW':; I Sp Fine for appetite and digestion.- Iliwf MMMl - -i H i " H "DON'T YOU KNOW IT'S M COAL'D?" I $4.75 and $g02 H DELIVERED. H CONSUMER'S COAL CD. Hj Phones Uptown, 452 and 418? H TRY THE EDGE H WITH' YOUR M FINGER. HMMJ Examine a collar fresh from our' MMMJ J laundry. Notice its clear, white MMMJ color; its even, clastic stiffness; MMJj its smooth, volvct-like domestic MMJI finish and its perfect shape. H Then test the top edge by run- MMJ ning your finger tip over It. Note MMJ the smooth, slick finish given it. MMJ Ndthlng there to rub, dig or...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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