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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 4 March 1911

H 1 j 'I Jj Part Two 'TH1L EVENINGJ5TANDARD Pages 9 to l6 I DojII FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO ' 54 OGDEj5T1Jt yT r ! PFTlVECENTS ' H 1 , : . r- . . . J-.- v H H A C 'HSRMSMIE TEMPLETON (toftj -afar- l1 June morning on n market day at TeriL ? Jrm. Fethard. while the sun was as yet wink Si 'i I Im'KlBB1 lni: nU( lj,,nk,nS n sleepy eye ocr the fttffl t I Mlf9' top of shadowy Slleve-nn-mon. Dnrbv IJiKtt I I TF' 'GIn 8t00'1 UP0 the threshold of his ajoij I jfcgpr cottage. Impatient to be off to the town ttgjra J I "Don t dare tell me another thing," jgli T he said, fiercely lc?s: 7 "r wns onlj Solnfc' t0 snr that yo mustn't be stnvln' jiv ,ate at Fetli:ml that J'0'1' have to he taklu the tfjfo2 J short cut home through Ilagan's meadow afther dark. 3"cKi i ' Te kuow tne-v do ue pny'n' that most an-ny night now yV?, ye cau sce lights moving 'round In the ruined abbey it j& where the crocks o' goold are hid." 8 "What put the crocks o' goold intil yer head? H f nsked Darby, suspiciously gi 1 "Di...

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. — 4 March 1911

HBflH HBflH H EETyfrj. --." "V ."V lyJJaftf1 r ti "- Minim iiiitmwnjji aMHkrn rY "' ' -1 ' liVW J f - By ADELIA BELLE BEARD - fPlt I $ I How the Housetop I - Can Be Beautified M And Also Utilized Modi- M fications of This Plan H Could Be Carried Out m To Make Playground H For Young and Old THOSE who expect to sco tbc first blooms In their garden when Maj' comes In should have their plana well under way by March. Tho 1 - following article lb an account of an j I actual experience In building a roof H ' ' garden which should be of real serv- H ico to those whoso yard space Is 11m- H Imagine a garden on ,the roof, where HI thoie Is u luwn soft and velvoty; where H flowers giow and bloasbin tumultuoUBly. H -where the bundl.il stands and tells off the sunnv houis; where, In fact, one M is out-of-doors with tbu wide sky above and grass beneath one's feet H This garden Is not of the stuff that dreams are made of, but Is a most dc- H llghtful reality, as the photographs H jjiveii here bear ...

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. — 4 March 1911

- V . TH'E OtJDEN. STANDARD . I I f rp jit "e o m edy I IMPREGNABLE If JH "OME of the LiUle Things Thai Make a Laugh I Ha Even in Connection with a Safety Deposit bK ' f ." -v :' Niii Hi W ytVi M A Mob from "Little Italy" Went to the ill ' Vault to See the Fiddler Take Out the Savings Bank Book I BY J. B. LIVINGSTONE. HI (Copjrtcbt. JIMO by ibc Ncr, VorL LUruld Co All rights rcsctTcd ) Hi . Xct l'orlc. Saturday B y-v XK of the most Ingenious Inventors of safety I deposit appliances lias devised whnt a Gcr- II "1!in -ecliniL-i;in calls tlic "best twentieth cen II tury joke on burglars." It is designed par- ' ilciilnrlv lo foil Hie up to date crook, who Hll ' "" ' "" Htt works noi with drill or explosive, but with the Oxygen D and ncciylcne blow-pipe. This "Joke" Is a safe of steel in polygonal form, IB having many angles, and set in a powerful stone Hi chamber upon nn axis and ball bearings. On the clos 1 Ing of the door, the safe, moved by an electromotor, IB begins lo revolve, expo...

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. — 4 March 1911

MMB I hb H tfr4.... - -- - ' I I1, I 'V 111 I Sri sf ' 1 nPk 1 if i In , 1 if 9 lll IT 11 I! 1 Hs B ' i, pi jy Je3b iHfiiiWnfnl uA cSM cMkaMa Jriu feyy cfffia Jr mp jmm ) ia bj j g I I ' ' , f' The Standard and Examiner requests you t set aside every afternoon of the week beginning March N ' l;. I I " 'v 20 and ending Saturday, March 25, for ' ' ? l t' I 1 ,,,; - which will be conducted by this paper, co-operating with the N. K. Fairbank Co. of Chicago, in the . J I ;4 I I L Carnegie Free Library Hall, upstairs. 0 I ill I ' ; '' The celebrated lecturer and exponent of cooking art, will have charge of the program. The event ! ' ' H - J - will be high 'class in every detail- yet it will be free. J There will be prizes, contests, daily changes ' " J H i ' ;l. of program, features of rare interest and educational value. Watch the columns of this paper for jf I further details and arrange to devote the entire week to Mrs. Armstrong's instruction. I !f I This is to be a rare treat in fact...

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. — 4 March 1911

I jH 'IBB m? I "- " MMa " ' ' 1 1 i . I, i ,. , , n..., H f'flH W """' " L ' '""""' i i T rn-pwiiw ii - . in.... - . .i i - ll II' 'OTT"P'---l'MrT iQTOkiyV 'DA'r-Ql I 3 1 1 1 V3 A I nfe 1 P V ' i nl J? Ja'lL - 1 Worn m 1 r I H H f f 1 i IsMRS. BUSBr-GLAISHER was large and I Tftf I square anil rod, with tlio jaw of a mastiff, i 8 .y J. ffl She always thought of herself as of a a isBOKisnzH nwJestic presence. She was wrong; it ( WX was terrific. She was not only large IE fclflrlljH corl,oresl,,'v but was a woman of large, ft f?)f gf Senorous ideas ou the subject of the in- HSI fal,,bl,itj" of Mn?- Busby-GInlsher. H I HB UC wns uovcr doubled by a doubt m UT 6 I ir " U f the r,Shteousncss of any of her feel- If &BBBaJ '"-?. and In her eyes any desire she I II cherished was sacrosanct Anybody who I A ra" counter to them was an Infamous I vt perton, outside the human pale. The I t i rushing of such a person was apt to become a li.ed I W il1 with hrr; she would stick at nothing to com ...

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. — 4 March 1911

H I ( OfJRXEJ1 p-WYDI- Iai-eqy; j . RIOTOUS DISPLAY OF FABRICS I GOWNS WITH ONLY ONE SLEEVE Jewelled Slippers Transparent Stockings, in High Favor ' Veiled Lace and Embroideries Popular S UCH wonderfully beautiful moon light nights arc so conducive to dancing 1 But, alas! however arc wc to be fashionable and to dance M , nt the same time? Whenever have the H modes been so adverse for this fascinat- M ' ing form of idling away a summer's H night? M I The one discriminating touch, aside H from the scathing draperies that float H ' and flutter about one so enticingly, is B tbe "tic that binds," but is by no means H blessed the uncompromising, cvcr-cvi- M I dent band about the limbs, if not about M the ankles, at least around the knees, H and indeed otten aoouc ooin H -t How, then, is one to dance with one's M ) ankles tied. Perhaps the cvcr-ingcnious H French will compose new dances, in H which one may mince about without H stooping, and a few, a very .few, will H take up Japanese danc...

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. — 4 March 1911

NOTICE. I To tho Stockholders . of the Amalg. f mated Sugar Cblnpany: I Notice Is hereby given that a meet iar, of the stockholders of the AmaV ffai5ted Sugar company will be held St tie company's office, room No. 20$ I Ecole building, Ogden City. Utah, on i the Btk day of November, 1910, at 11 o'clock a. mi, for the purpose of con- BldtriBft and voting' upon tho follow. r" iff proposed changes and amend ments to the articles of Incorporation of thU company, to-wlt. ! Repeal article V and substitute la . lieu theroof tho following: "Article iV The authorised amount of the cap ital stock of 'said corporation shall b "Tour Million ($4,000,000) DollarB. di vided into Forty Thousand (40,000) ahares of preferred stock of the par value of One Hundred (5100.00) Dol- i ' l&ra each. Unless otherwise ordered. by the Board of Directors, all divi dends shall bo paid In four equal Quar terly payments, to-wit: On the first y, (Jay of April, July, October and Jan- v"1 nary of each yeai , comme...

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. — 4 March 1911

I cL. .,.., ry '"'. IHelen (Dboate prince. - : --...mJJHr H iv ftVlock on a December morning in Tourainc; H v. -is asleep in the large round room on the tl'lom oT" ?cUlednfSm h,s hole toward a H TT bMaSsieepS bh.g0.."; nhadedlns sfshc bJ?CBinVSdul?enfly. and the mouse H finished A slight sound, far off, made her point H lie? car, and sit up. One docs not come to years H ! of discretion in the kitchen of a chateau, which is H ' Wvlnrfc,??ndvpus for .huntsmen without cuUmg H i 'one's cyc-tceth that is, if one is a cat and I uss. M . w two years old, knew to the faintest shade those B " , L rusted and those to be avoided. So. shevat I tlcrt unti the door opened and old Denis, carrying 1 (a lamp in one hand and a huge twine bag filled with M 1 'boots ami shoes in the other, entered. He never H I Interfered with her, so Puss crooned good morning, 1 ' l",d followed hcr 'prccting with a loud, continuous H Wr She then setUcd herself in an obscure corner H 'Folded in her paws under her. whit...

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 March 1911

ei I!? LET YOUR WANTS BE 5f 1 k G,rW' ' M fV WXVIf'll fV?- f ' WEATHER F0ECAST ' H ? Lr.TW7rj ; Ui:. I 1 H H H X'WBl H X HII II I -fci Al I I I 1 XI I II THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THP. EH I KNOWN IN THE M g I 11 TM I K II Bill 1 111 I iNl 111 tonight and tomorrow will VM ( T7VR"MTlVia ;T A KID A Rn L- IL If Lrf-fi--. B-wB ML. xl Ill IJ.1 rfrBfcfc, f I I JB . P H I BL 1 m I 1 l P . BE INCREASING CLOUDINESS lH I EVENING blAINDAKD ZJtyW TW '7 JjW WW "T ' W' with rain or snow. H ' m ' --.-- - - i r, i ' " i j' Forty-first Year No. 55. Price Five Cents. OGDEN CITY. UTAH, MONDAY ' EVENING, MARCH 6, 9 -Entered aa Second Class Matter at the Postoffice, Ogdon, Utah. H - - . ! I Broker Knocked Down I and $100,000 in I Securities Taken 'I ' New York, March G. Aaron Ban croft, a broker, SG years old, was . robbed last Thursdaj afternoon of securities worth approximately $100, 000, In the vestibule or the Produce Exchange Safety Deposit Storage 1 -. company, but he did not discover hl3 loss until...

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. — 6 March 1911

H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, IONDAY, MARUli o, lun. I I : THREATENED I i BY BIG I FIRE H 4- -- H , . i B ( MINNEAPOLIS, Maroli H j -t- Ono of the moat disastrous flroi H - thin city has ever known de- M stroyed today tho Syndicate B f block between Fifth and Sixth H -r- rtre'ets. The total loss is cstl- H ' -- mated at $1,000,000 and it Is H -t- possible that two lives woro -f H -f- lost, although this has not yet -4- H been definitely determined. -t- H ' H I Twelvo persons were rescued from B 4 tho upper stories of the building, whllo H . "the flames wero roaring around then H ( "Some of theso sustained slight ln- Hj Juries, but nono were seriously hurt. H I The origin of tho flro Is unknown. H - The alarm was given by passers-by H on Nlcolleto avenue, who saw the H flames bursting from the second story B ! -window. Before the firemen had ar- B ;rlved the tenants of the building who B 3-o'ero aslcop In tho upper rooms begnn B ) to appear at tho windows, calling for B B , Fi...

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 March 1911

,ttf' , THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 6, 191 J, H 1 GOULD FAULT ' I now it ours : 9 NEW YORK, March 5. The Mis- KBi ' souri-Pacific oveutfl, at odds with the MB railroad's peaceful sounjlng name, WM have divided the house of Gould HI against Itself. Frank Gould, now di- H rector In the road, strenuously objects H r to leaving the directorate while Klng- Hfl don Gould, the young son of George, f remains in the board, and Wall street JW heard today that Frank Gould had re- talued George S. Graham, a Phllndei- E s phia lawyer, to make a fight for his M place on the board, ! ! That his fight would prove hopeless is indicated by the terms of the agree 1 ' ment recently reached between tho : i representatives of John D. Rockofel- ; ler, Kuhn, Loeb & Co., Blair & Co., HFf nnd Ule Deutsche bank, by the terms of which the interests named agreed !, with George Gould to cast the ontlre votes of the combined interests for u stated list of directors, amo"ng which appea...

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 March 1911

M THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEH, OTAH, mVNDAY, OTiUtUtf H, 1jlx. . M aH i " H An Independent Newspaper 5-ogor H (ESTABLISHED 1870..) CC3p& I PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY (BY WILLIAM QLASMANN.) I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ADVANOE. M BY MAIL OUTSIP E OF OGDEN CITY. Daily. Every Day. 1 THT...IM. 01 YoT-'So DBllj.Brery Day. 3 Months... $1.60 Sunday Only. 1 oar la Ocden City by Carrier 75 cent por month. For information concerning city subscriptions, telephone to tho city M circulation departmont. Both Phones 56. .-------- I OGDEN'S COMMISSION FORM OF GOVERNMENT. I The commission form of government for Ogden, as provided for I in the Ml introduced by Senator Kelly in the upper house of the Utah legislature, is a commission form of government in name only and anyone from Des Moines, Iowa, or Galveston, Texas or any other city where the now system has been successful, would fail to find in the measure proposed for Ogden any similarity in their city H J control, except in name. I The rec...

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 March 1911

i PBPBfl gl THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1911r - - 5 jjH It I jll 1 STANDARD TELEPHONES I CALL UP II f. STANDARD EXCHANGE. I Bell 56, to Communicate with any H X department. I If RANDOM ' I REFERENCES 3 i ; David R. Macerecsh. proofreader on 3 the Morning Examiner, was stricken I -with a severe attack of appendicitis Saturday, and It may be necessary to perform an operation. The young man's condition is sufficiently serious as to cauBe alarm ainong his friends. Call Allen, Dhones 22, ror carriages for funerals and operas. Private calls a specialty. Also prompt deilvery of bogcage. 412 25th. Charges of vagrancy have been placed against Neil Ryan and Frank Wilson, two of the joung men whom the police believe were implicated In the robbery of the Kennedy grocery store on Twenty-fifth street, a few l nights ago. The other two under ar rest will probably be charged wltn petit larceny. WANTED Clean whlto rags at the Standard, - L. M. "Wlnson, of Logan, spent Sun day...

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 March 1911

!HH m THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. Morn; AY, TuARCH 6, 1911. e H I . ' " IG .RESERVOIR SIIl H I Have the People of Weber County and H I Ogden City Enough Energy and "Get- H ' There" Business About Them to Un- H ! dertake She Task? In Addition to the M Water, the Reservoir Will Supply Elec- M trical Energy Enough to Run All the H factories in Utah. : B There has not appeared in the Standard and Examiner in 20 years a news item that has created as much interest as the article in H this paper on Monday, February 20th, 1911, relating to the building H of a reservoir in thee South Fork of the Ogden river. Business men H in Ogden have stopped u3 on the street and have telephoned to us Hj that they were opposed to bonding as a general thing, but that we B could have their votes for the full limit for the South Fork reservoir. H Farmers and directors of irrigating companies in Weber county have H called at the office of this paper and have said they desired to "get in" H on the reserv...

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 March 1911

Jg THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1911. 7 M H Our Spring1 ship lias arrived. H --2 Loaded to the limit with the smartest of Spring hats, neckwear, MB j ? fpjjSis? v ' shirts, hosiery, gloves, fancy waistcoats, etc If ,!. 2 iSofeL, v yu 're desirous of keeping in harmony with Nature 's begin- rASS&t.-.fe niff of the new year, you'll find here just "the" hat and furnish- - 5ica4 --- ins yu want- IB ""ZTLiSv, STETSON AND NO NAME HATS, $3 to S5. EASLE SHIRTS, H !'HHW,B $1.25 to $5. OUR NECKWEAR 25 to $1. 'HN Get under one of those $3 hats and you'll find that you can bei j ' Sfe "5fllr r' ' fpl3v made to look handsome. Those shirts at $1.25 represent a valuer H s?A &&zs4zZ seldom offered and that neckwear at 50c is ideal for Spring wear. i ,v' WatsofrTanner Clofhing Co. eJ!ss 375 Twenty-fourth Street. "Where the Clothes Fit.' fl, THEATKE gfH FIVE CYCLING AURORAS. j5f5 From the "Tower Circus," England, HXtfHH1 Combining Courage and Cleverness. ' T. W. ECK...

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 March 1911

H S - - '-THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1911. H BON'T YOU KNOW IT'S COAL'B" H $4.75 and 5.25 Delivered CONSUMER'S COAL CO. H Phones Uptown, 45 and 48 H f" ESGAX. e H To tho Stockholders of tho Amalfjv H I Diatod Sugar Company: H ?,rotlce Is hereby given tint a moot H In;; of tho stockholders of the Amal- H ga-ited Sugar company will bo held fl At the company's office, room No. 204 1 Ecciefl building, Ogden City. Utah, oa H the 5h day of November, 1910, at 11 o'clock a. m.. for tho purpose of coo 'rtdcrlns and voting upon tho follow- H & proposed changes and amend- meats to tho artlclea of lncorporatioa H of this company, to-wlt: Repeal article V and substitute in H lieu thereof the following: "Artlclo H V The authorized amount of the cap- H ital Etock of said corporation shall bs H Four Million ($4,000,000) Dollars, dl- H Tided into Forty Thousand (40,000) H eharec of preferred stock of tho par B valuo of One Hundred ($100.00) DoJ- H Iara oach. Unless other...

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 March 1911

Ii; 5rt & S. : 1 m : LET YOUR WANTS BE g J L4 J L'f "ft 'H'-'' OklVftt AVIi A WEATfiER FORECAST fM Ll f KNOWNIN THE 11 i I 1 Til l 11711 1 1 I'l 1 E 1 vl 111 I XI I ' thejindications are that th, I- m S IT EaS m &3'5Ir M H H HM Tfef a fl m B weather will be local ;;H Itf : EVENING STANDARD W Ldll UL &JlJ 1iM Bkl ttLTU M, J ft ft. I ft, Jl slL I rain - tonight and tomor- H II s mbJ w Err slaFMr "V v W H -Bbpr wwk- w'JP,1mmP row; not much change in H J f m. I l Vr TEMPERATURE. fM .; FOrty'firSt YOarNO" 56,Pr'Ce F'Ve CCnt8' OGDEN CITY, UTAH,, TUESDAY "EVENING, , MARCH 7, I9U j Enien .. Second CI... Matter at the Po-toffloe, oBd.n. Utah. 9 J DAI M 43-1) IICPSBlP i&n TACT ; KAI In n relIM Anil AM Wjf designation Has Been Held Back Since Jan lj' uary 19, -at Request of the President ; Regrets Expressed at the Parting If ; Taft Denounces Ballinger's Enemies ' - f . BALLINGER SAYS GOOD-BYE -f it : m : "Washington, March 7 H -f- Secretary Ballinger bade good- H , f -f- byo to...

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 March 1911

H H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1915. H ja . .', a lalaBI TZT n , i ii 1 1 i ii i mil i ii i ii mi iii i mi i ii i n i i i i i i i i i i mi ii i i 1 1 i ii i ! i ill i Tm M II H ITTTT ttmii t m . . M ' " i.umi i . -aagM3aglHfflt5BMttBSPyj?SHEatSaCBBiBHBaWaW ( BWf aWiati rMTTTr i 1T irrlTnilnnwiTTilwTTBTri flTWBFTTWW1WBMHi - I "minr tsC?V W I BIG HIT SEASON I THITWQH A V I I THtJRiMJAl I MASQUE BALL AT ROYAL by J. B. CLUB I iwJI3IJiI L March 9. I 73c per Couple March 9. I j j. H aajuiggaraaa I ANNOUNCES I I ITINERARY H NCTW YORK, March C The itlncr- H ary of Thcodoro Roosevelt on his trip m around tho country was announced to- H dav. Ho will loavo New York over M the Pennsylvania railroad at 10 OG a. H m. next Wednesday, and Saramorc H , JII1I will not boo him again until Sun- H day, April 1G. Atlanta Is his first atop H and tho tour In Its entirety literally H swings around the circle. H The line of travel dips down to New H Orleans, stretches across tho Sou...

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. — 7 March 1911

Sj ; THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1911. 3 . :.H 3 ' LEGAL. M ' NOTICE OF INTENTION. Vim I Notice is hereb) given, by the City 'Hal "Council of Ogden Cltj, of the Inteu- 13 t Hon of such Council to inako the ,JWl It ' following improvements, to-wit: m?I To create Reeve Avenue from 21st 5lB? t0 22nd Streets. Sherbourno Ave., olmf irom 21 st t0 22nd Strcots- Faciflo wSj? Avenue from 2Lst Street to Tracy UK.V Avenues. Tracy Avenue, as opened, iW1 from Pacific to Hoove Ave. 22nd brt'' Street from Wall Avenuo to a point i(ttV 1000 teel Wost thorcfiom, and along ftryvf a street that runs in a Northweslorly tjSM direction to Pacific Avenue from a etrtK point on 22nd Street 1,000 feet West jj32h frcm Wal1 Avenno as a sewer dlstrlcr, fjSlfj and to build therein pipe sewers, con- IjjJ nectJng with tbe manholes of the pres- I'&M cllt sewor system, and with such i2W manholes as may be necessary, and to 9( defray the whole of the cost thereof, WM estimated at Flvo Thou...

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. — 7 March 1911

1 4 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1911. if? f:tt wring S'tHtt&arJi M An Independent Newspaper xJNrogL M I (ESTABLISHED 1870-) " VgfeX' H I '. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY H (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) H I : TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. KflH I BY MAL OUTSID E OF OGDEN CITY. H ' Dall7. Every Day. 1 Year... 96.00 Dally. Every Day. 6 Months. ..$3.00 H - Dally. Every Day, 3 Months... $1.50 Sunday Only. 1 Yoar Z-W H j In Ogden City by Carrier 76 cents per month. H I For Information concerning city Rubscriptlons, telephone to tho city H I circulation deportinenL Both Phonos GG. - aa H WESTERN PACIFIC AGAIN CLOSED. H , , If , as reported, the Southern Pacific has obtained control of H i the Vestern Paciifc, there will be a great change on the new road. H The Standard repeatedly has said that the Western Pacific, H 'through the Feather River canyon, is 100 miles of road almost be- H yond tho ability of engineers to keep in operation. Engineer Hood Hl of the So...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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