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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 September 1910

I M I I 111 o fN and nd tn 4 4td ltr 1 114 at d a r I3 leI x a a l a I r I r i r t i a b i z + I I r I I i t I MannaIDlcu b Socallsts I t 4 J I EDITORIAL COMMITTEE Any question i I y q n concerning Socialism an l t EUGENE A BATTELL iwercd Address Communications to 1 I rt J Howard Hall 2783 Pacific Ave Ogden + I t AND HOWARD HALL Utah i t t + HHH + jHj + HH It matters not how deep entrenched the wrong jlow hard the battle goes tho day how long FaInt not light on tomorrow comos Iho song Bo strong he strong M D BABCOCK Een though acorns malignant glances Provo him poorest oC his clan jjes tho Noble who advances Freedom and the Cause of Man SWAIN Trades unions work well as cen ters of resistance against the en croachments of capital They fall par tially from an Injudicious use of their power They fall generally from lim iting themselves to a guerilla war against Iho effects of tho existing sys tem Instead of simultaneously trying to change It Instead of using their organized forces as n...

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. — 5 September 1910

i1 I I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1910 j L 4BJR DAy Js t f jl < WLL OBSRYD I J a IF q I > c j V 1 1 H I Trains Carrying Largo Crowds to the Celebration t at Lagoon Rcsprt C iiect in the Canyon Ball Game andd Boxinc t Vi nt the Fair Grounds Weather is Delightful bll > > j i I The sounds of hammor and saw I I I tho trowel and anvil aro stilled today and tho people of tho city havo given I i themselves up to tho observance of t I Labor Day Nearly every store In tho city la closed tho American flag Is unfurled and many Labor Day pro I grams are being carried out at differ I ent places tAll public offices aro closed Tho labor unions of the city aro I spending tho day at Lagoon an elab orate program for the occasion hav ing been arranged The Ogden Con I I cert Band accompanied tho labor or ganizations upon tho trip first parad j I ing the city and giving a number of musical selections Tho Bamborger J I train leaving Ogden at 10 oclock car I I ried fully...

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. — 5 September 1910

< 1 1 r LET YOUR WANTS BE F t WEATHER FORECAST KNOWN IN THE l E V 1 4 t n A r tU INDICATIONS I THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE EVENING STANDARD 4 4 WEATHER WILL BE GENERAL LY FAIR TONIGHT AND TOMOR ROW r Fortieth Year No 213 Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY EVENING UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER a 5 1910 Entered as Second Claco Matter at the Postofflcc Ogden Utah I lABOR uNIONS DEfENDED BY THE I fORMER PRESIDENT Of TE NATION i Eight Cardinal Principles of the Americali I Federation of Labor Endorsed by Theodore I Roosevelt in His Speech in Fargo I North Dakota = = = Employers Liability Legislation is Favored s t t t I d 1 r a I 4 4a s i r X a y a flr k sut toa T a d tty t 9t n bs If j ttIf a and tiff y Fargo N D Sept 5Theodore Roosevelt delivered the following adi dress in this city today Today ou Labor DayI speak In ono sense especially to thoso person ally and vitally Interested in the la bor struggle and yet I speak of this primarily as one aspect of the larger sorlal struggle growing out of t...

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. — 5 September 1910

to rh 41 THE Ev NING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1910 I I p 6 IDqr1turuiug taubarb i Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Qlasmnnn 11 I 11 i J IF WE HAVE WATERLESS WATERWORKS i The only objection so far recorded against the voting of tho I I bonds on Tuesday is that made by two gentlemen of this city that I we now have a waterless waterworks and therefore should vote no i improvements To the ordinary mind the fact that a citys water I Supply is wholly inadequate would bcuncontrovertible proof of the 11 necessity of proceeding without delay to make improvements in the water system WOOL GROWERS WERE TRICKED i Explaining how the wool growers have been duped and tricked f Ii by the wool manufacturers and the makers of the Aldrich tariff law I I II the Salt Lake Tribune presents the following editorial which is un I answerable i The HeraldRepublican has great difficulty these times I in trying to explain to the wool growers the trouble with I I the wool market The wool growers...

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. — 5 September 1910

> t f JI > 1 t v THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1910 8 1 f t E 1 1 I 1 ESLATE 9 j FOR REAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS 1 12500 PER LOTYour cholco of two I 4 I or more of 28 lots In Nevada nddl i don J F Parsons Broom hotel L t1 S23lf I ALL OR any part of 6 acres line frlilt or garden land In 12th street dis trict flno water right terms If do J n elred J M Forrlstnll 411 lot Nat U Hank bhlp S9lmo I = UNION DEPOT TIME CARD 1 EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910 Mountain Time DENVER RIO GRANDE R R 0 UP ART C Express for tho Eiint 7W an 10 To Suit Lako 0l < om J2 SAlt Lake Pasnoncr 1245 pm Attenlc Limited cant 2aS pm 4 Atlantic Mall cast rilOpnu tOrnnJ Junction Express 6iJ in ARRIVE 1 Option Passenger lln tn I Limited from east 4 S P31 t Chicago Ex from coat 30 pm i Ogden Express 3 0 pm 1 Jl Local from Sanpeto 710 pm I Utah and Col Express 1230 am UNION PACIFIC R R CO Tr I fL Eastbound I Popart tOiMnll and Express I 850 ftm 10 Fast MHll I S35 nm 1 SjLorf Angeles Limi...

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. — 5 September 1910

f f ff 4 I ii j I e THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1910 I I 1 i 1 I 100DEN ThEATRE F I ONE NIGHT I i II i Thursday SeptB I I II i s A BRILLIANT STAR i i IN A BRILLIANT PLAY I II I j MAURICE CAMPBELL PRE I 1 SENTS il HENRIETTA I III CROSMAN I II i IN THE BRILLIANT COMEDY t jli ee ANTIMATRIMONY I I BY PERCY MACKAYE J I IT IS IN THIS PLAY THAT MISS CROSMAN GOES TO THE J LYCEUM THEATRE NEW i YORK FOR A YEAR AND AFTER THAT TO LONDON I Box Office Opens Tuesday I I I I I Sept 6th I ri I I 1 1f i I I I I t j i I fl It t I i 1 j j I i i r i I iI + it m I t I i HENRIETTA CROSMAN In her brilliant Comedy Anti I Matrimony Ogden Theater I Thursday Sept 8th f f RANDOM I r REfERENCES i Continued from Page Five I Mr T W Ford announces tLc regis tuition of violin pupils at his studio I over Ogden Music Co store Instruc 1 tion begin Sept C For convenient 1 periods apply at once PEACH DAY EXCURSION via Oregon Short Line to Brigham City Utah Sept 7 round trip rate 75c Special train l...

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. — 5 September 1910

OMAP ErIJ dq4 t 0 0tr tr sIl 1 ° bL sa11 7tCt C Azr Ild t eDt a Pti4 r I sl b 1 G i td + ° ° ww n1Q tptr p 4f fcr iFli I x nJ SBC l t c cr t2 t2h t iatti u h Itkt kt n s c d rr 4 t i 1 0 I 1 u J b f r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1910 ppGa Hpe i UfJIOft LABEL coEN STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE Either phone one ring 56 RANDOM REFERENCES f Call Allen phones 22 for carriages I for funorals and operao Prlvato calla s specialty Also prompt delivery of taggaso 412 25th Got your Union Pacific and Oregon Short Lino ticket at the offico In iho Opera HOUHO Clock Dont force your self to stand in lino at tho Depot I For 1leOla mats Good to put under carpets Inquire Standard office WANTED Clean whlto raga at tho Standard Advertisers must have their copy for tho Evening Standard the evening be fore the day on which the artvirtlso mont IB to appear In order to Insure publication Continued on Pago Six CALIFORNIA EX...

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. — 5 September 1910

F r i 8 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDETJ UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER Sr 1910 I l c C4 1 1 I IIj IN fUllSWINC 1 i I l II Both Day and Night j 1 School r I i ji 1 he Ogden Business fl I i y College 1 I 1 Begins NeWv T A rm I The Ogden Business College begins new term with com I plete equipment thorough courses of study and the BEST I I 1 TEACHERS ever known in Ogden j I I A NEW COURSE IN Teiegrapby and ra g e Work I Is now offered in addition to the following courses j i I CommeJici t11 EngUsh I I i SR1l0Irfi1l11 lW Pe1l1lmansl11 i p i I TYH ewlfiiftlJrnIDJ Civil Service I r Y Ulurng Memt SteBaojjffapIieFi to emand i WONT YOU INVESTIGATE i I WHY NOT BEGINTUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6th I I I i I I I 1 H I t I Ogden Business CoUege t 1 l LEWIS BLOCK 2447 WASHINGTON AVE i f i II WILLIAM PUGH President I Iiii I = J g2ff5y Hv invaJfCV jf mrKfPt fs 1 l x REAL ESTATE 7 m LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH 11111 ARA VIE ll WILJI411S l I 364 24th Street Both Phones 664 r n K MONEY TO LOAN I Come in and see us if you want to...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 5 September 1910

1 If t 111 t 1 nIt ltrll ctlt huctlt I 1 I 01111 I ay Pants 1ttenU 1ice flre I are ac lOc 50c Th EI cost J Tbaffrr of the and lUs3r Ca Pfi C5 ill hare no girl ichool 1 95 158 rd do lash f 1rh Scarlri Ce thalf fall is > proper alc is tirne many b < > ofV r worlh nc afe inning at cll a co pee end3 s ad m 2 tO 311 j4 t1 U13 Lrd3ll Is I ms UEC of school i gIng mJ usually iSV flfl tbu2 1Cc = = two UJ tunatt S They I 1t no j th thc LuerlDl After alIi the V od 1atW roll i I thrill sp1tctff thet lIghV1f tr1ctd1 d buttii SSt 1A 1Dotht l our sldcnCe L Dlorbo irtt ted s owe t11 nd h Ie celi1 The bOX c boXthis tf 1dbCt ° eJ t lnd eIJ w41 dcputC ttd o dara t Ii nutn1JC W 0 th3t 1Igbt IZ Sden I c G tbcqgi i 14 hebun I t I 1J 1l r hO iidY Ie dic Cj 11I1 p thl r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1910 IHAS OGDENJ Jl A WATER StjPpt i I 1 Job Pingrce and Joe West Claim Through tho Salt Lake Papers l That the City Does Not Own a Drop of Water Yet They J Allowed the City to Pay...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 6 September 1910

T1 j 2 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 0 lUll 1 I I I sp 0 ii tJ I r II BASEBALL HESLTS I NATIONAL LEAGUE I Standing of Clubs 1 Won Lost Pet Chicago S1 38 CSl I I Pitts burg 73 19 510 I New York 4 OS 52 GC7 I I Philadelphia G3 fiO 512 Cincinnati n Cl G2 50S St IxrniS H 50 71 UU Brooklyn v 18 73 300 Boston M 82 310 j S AMERICAN LEAGUE Standing of Clubs Won lost Pet S Philadelphia 85 30 GSli S Boston 73 ri G80 I New York 71 S2 577 I Detroit > 71 5t riGS I Washington 5S 7GO J53 i f Cleveland 54 1 GO 130 Chicago 17 71 388 i St Louis 3C 81 300 I UTAH STATE LEAGUE ion Final Standing of Clubs S I Won Lost Pct q Murray 11 H 070 I Occidental 18 10 015 ti Ogden 15 IP 530 Bali Lake of 24 143 I I NATIONAL LEAGUE I r Cincinnati and Chicago Break Even I CINCINNATI Sept Cincinnati i and Chicago broke even in a double S S header today the former winning thu j first 4 to 3 and losing the second i The latter was a sixinning contest called on account of darkness The I 5core I Firs...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 6 September 1910

i uI1 1 n r r A V y LET YOUR WANTS BE F I 1 WEATHER FORECAST I i KNOWNIN THE ti i R I rt1 y r Iii 4 at L THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE EVENING STANDARD y t WEATHER WILL BE GENERAL r x e LY FAIR TONIGHT AND TOMOR ROW It i i t j i fortieth Year No 211 Price Five Cent V OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 6 J910 Entered as Second Clare Waiter at the Postoffice Ogden Utah sue r na lends be and SI Oo i J sue f s14L 7 I ding rein IY Wrls aiefs I f i 1 es j at 23EJ I t I Al I I i I I i I VERY I BAL t I REP C j S S P I uall SWII i torment j n j I lorencf i linrry 7 I famllpi street lo eon Irving Savior Manrj the n o hare In the ro llweq I i iig Te 1 Coy J 06t1N tt 4 1ra Sr oclo FAGS 1 U tt ttl t c l t I i i 11 tf ill I OOSEVl TAKES A SLAP AT SNEAkS IN THE CONSERVATION CONGRfSS If I Delegates in St Paul Warned Against Men Vho Posing as Disinterested Citizens Are Paid Agents of the Special Interests = = = Former President Answers the k Opponents of Conservation I SL Paul SopL G Theodore ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 6 September 1910

r t 4 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1910 H F IDl1r 1Ettrutug > tanbarb 1 I Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann I f CAUGHT IN HIS OWN TRAP t I i To Joseph A West Ogden Utah I SirThe Standard last night offered to wager you 500 that it did not misquote you in republishing a part of your article previ ously published and reprinted on Saturday Sept 3 1910 of which I I I you and the Salt Lake Herald said tho Standard quotes him West I j falsely In this mornings issue of the Herald you dodge the issue and I I I I offer to bet 1000 on a different proposition Now we insist that you meet the 500 we offer or stand convict 4 ed before the public as a dodger and deceiver i To show that we mean business we have deposited 500 with the I I l I First National bank Now you cover that money if you think for a moment that wo misquoted you in the republishing of a part of 1 your article signed by you I So there will be no misunderstanding we reproduce our chal l I I I...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 6 September 1910

H I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1910 3 R ffiJ AI AL ESTATE FOR REAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS jl25 00 PER LOTYour choice of two I J or more of 2S lots In TCovadn nddl I J F Parsons Broom hotel ton S23tf I I i l l ALL OR any part of 0 acres fine fruit or garden land In 12th street dis t trict flno water right terms If do r ircHl J M Forestall 414 1st Nat J i nmk bldg 89luio I i cJ y t R OSinl 14th iIJ1 ese iat sec < your r king f01J I foi foith tlic gdct I I I 4 3 8L 3 IK 02 sec1 S gs4 Iifli c J 5 to 1 on TODd 1 d I u > 1 a < n r i A i + 1t t t UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910 Mountain TIme j DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DiPARl Istl f ° r tho 70 nm UTo Salt Jalco 9CO am 1Stlt InUc lnei < eni sr 1245 pm Hc = Ilc Limited cast J65 pm Atlantic Mall cant G3 pm IjraI4d Junction Express 6J tD I ARRIVE I I jiOpdcn Pduisonger 1123 im Limited from cant iS pm 1 CftlTiffo Ex from eaut 3JJ pm tlnrden Express 360 pm I 11 L < iil from Sunpcle 710 p...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 6 September 1910

o THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEIT UTAH TUESDAY S MBER 6 1910 L I OGDEN TEAT ONENIGHTi Thursday 9 Sept8 w BRILLIANT STA t IN A BRILLIANT PLAY > Y MAURICE CAMPBELL PRE SENTS l t HENRIETTA I CROSMAN I IN THE BRILLIANT COMEDY ANTIMATRIMONY BY PERCY MACKAYE IT IS IN THIS PLAY THAT MISS CROSMAN GOES TO THE I LYCEUM THEATRE NEW t YORK FOR A YEAR AND AFTER THAT TO LONDON l BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN 1 I I i I I I I alt I I M t y f r I I I t I HE WILL PULL WELL I K you feed him well We have the grain to sell that will keep your stock ingood condition Let ua supply your JlT wants CHAS F GROUT T 352 24th St ii I MADAME KELLER I Hair Scalp and Skin Special ist 2468 Wash Ave Ogden Utah Bell Phone 1353K Correspondence and personal in structions in evorv branch of the BEAUTIFYING ARTS Manufacturer of reliable toilet preparations and French masks 1 hair weaving CORSETS MADE TO ORDER RESIDENT LADIES ARE REQUESTED TO MAKE AP POINTMENTS IN ADVANCE a HOW TO KEEP YOUR CLOTHES LIKE NEW DIES or gentlemens gar 111...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 6 September 1910

r J fr y THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1010 n r i r I f i r ur t rant ler 1 e i f d ii iit 1 t Sly Jer nd A i i J r J I Jlth1 I i dmt h 1 brauj rnent i ttb jt 1 1 tT1 DIso I ae Ms za err Y1t I abcxrl f the lq htcu 1 IDg Ptr alto or I tO i t5I anger apptfii i Thorp oln6 01 r t Jo CIl not b1 e drat U nnlcixti suprt fps fit t I 1 appoti 1 alm papers h 1 1 tier i son ft til Fete wasltt la hi des wI put dcii 1C OlfftK rw elk optloc it he Jury nnds u I for tit nt of lit Jadgie es a CT again h g anothi I j anotlc irdcrer Gd worth iWeCt iWeCts R 11 41 r t t i r v a t ors 0 Iroo t C tj I j I tJ t 1 e J f rt s f < k I I i v UNION LABEL ororN STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE Either phone one ring 56 RA DOM I KEfERENCES I Call Allen pnoues jj for carriages i for funerals and operas Private calls i specialty Also prompt delivery ot i baggage 412 2Gth Get your Union Pacific and Oregon Sbort Lino tickets at tho of...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 6 September 1910

I iii t I u I S THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1910 1 a L WANTED I I c i 300 BOYS and 250 GIRLS TOMORROW ONE DAYV 1 EACH WITH 98c I I We will shoe every boy and girl with a good s chool shoe tomrrow for 980 II I I I I j I i I lf r imIE 1 ii If lABOR MEN ENJOY L DAY AT LAGOON About ftve thousand people took part in the celebration of Labor day at Lagoon All of the unions of Og I den were represented and all scorned I Intent to mako the most of the day A 1 program was carried out that Included fourteen athletic events besides a hasebaU game and a soccer football I I game The most of the people brought their lunches with them In the evening there was dancing the I only trouble being that the floor was j eomcwbat crowded The program be gun at 130 in the afternoon and tho f names of winners of the different uth letic events follow I Boys foot race 25 yards won by i iCornelius Neuterman girls foot race J5 yards won by Celba Matthews I boys foot race 50 yards won by I ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 6 September 1910

I J THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1910 OW f y 5 suit tractive 118 5ev as only ldi i ants Clothing Uen Uoo t rice f fare tkn ire 2iZ are err 1 c ICc l SOc 5c lose ost 2oC fiat Is f these and af By day Hose Cand have Blrla ool t 1 rd 1 low ish ishIt It Win early thnV III Is opcr ic is r1JC nnny of Not orth j nr ning j S call r un con plocc ends good and 2 to pay 1 as may ta11 In Cc IS ori o ofV hoOL gIng bcm ISc V hel ii o ncgf ble tcr yIflpt1 I EO I be3r3ie atittC2 U0i ho NED Tte tto 1C tack on he chart ale eporU E J leN N J E w idA AlD > N Jrchcitri nd S I ATr 1 lABIl IIII iANDOM REfEKENCES Continued from Pago Five Mr 1 4 W Ford announces tho regis tration of violin nuylls at his studio Ogdon Music Op store Instruc ri over I lion begin Sept G For convenient periods apply at once r c Harry H Mnrchant of 9o3 Twenty flfth street is In the Ogden hospital reCOoring from an operation for ap r JlcndldtlA Ills condlUon is favorable recovery for a speedy n G Butter I...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 7 September 1910

i 1 P THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTH WEDNESDAY SEPT MB R 7 1910 > d H I OGDEN GETS NE STAT r r REPUBLICAN NVH II ON o J The Republican State committee met yesterday from 11 nm to 2 pm in the office of the governor In Salt Lake City to transact routine busi ness select tho meeting Place and II i date for tho Republican state con I vention and to determine the man ner in which the campaign will be conducted A majority of the couutles of Utah I wore represented and the meeting was both budlnesslike and Interest p I ing duo to the enthusiasm and harm dnious spirit displayed by the com mlttccmon Ogden secured the convention with out any show of opposition and the I date set was September 2Cth Mr I Rudolph Kuchlor the representative from Vober county Insisted on tho selection of Ogden and must bo I given the credit for securing tho I convention for this city I Mr C E Loose of Provo acted as chairman and II L Cummings as secretary of yesterdays meeting and Governor Spry and Senator Smoo...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 7 September 1910

1 s sr OS 1 CTClJ f i d to now I he re We i eclal ison re tyou L e to feel i be ire S hes f SI j at 2355 I t t Yc lrJ I I I Work UlU Olffi IY big ut sou neT n is hells is c s aDd s a bit ct Il on It ow owD Y ARE LAUnp Unpw jalt Lake I pcrhap rlon and cmJllltr t ere 15 anel mol a Ions h b r sal uctcel nt ratlon of t COJ5 that Ia Ie by tht ring JEIt I unQflt t as icll ortune to Ilsauat l tho Fgd des Cout In of the r In the p of tbet 4 Jurs 0 P if d for b2f emclt th I 5f f Y I I t1 w 4 1 11 r I I r I1 J J1 d d1 Ir osa y l IDS 3 dda Intages 13ukcc I 1 11 4 1 i LET YOUR WANTS BE r WEATHER FORECAST KNOWN IN THE t THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT TH WEATHER WILL BE INCREASED EVENING STANDARD r r CLOUDINESS WITH RAIN TONIGHT A W r NIGHT OR TOMORROW COOL ER i Fortieth YearNo 215Price Five C onto OGDEN CITY I UTAH r WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 7 J9JO Entered as Second Class Matter at the Poutofficc Ogden Utah Ballinger to Be Re I oved From Office TfARS STREAM fROM MNCIIOT9S EVES ASREAT AUDftNCE CEERS...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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