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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 11 March 1911

' IF THE OGDiEN ; STANDARD ,."- I r , ! rMfAKTNC. . JEWELRY i - COLUMBIA - UNIVERMTY fl . Finishing a Piece of Jewelry Kg twnsni 1011 bj tlie New York Herald Co. All rlchta rrrt-d.) nrm A KING engagement and wedding rings, watch fobs, st-nrfplns and buckles for sweet hearts are some of the Interesting things that college men and women are learning to do at ttft Columbia University. When a young pretty m girl student In the metal work class chooses to set a m brilliant white stone in a tiny hoop of gold the other I metal workers are not supposed to know what the S lesson signifies. m But Piofessor Edward Thatcher, instructor lu this W novel branch of the fine arts department, probably M guesses. It was not so very long ago that he himself !, fashioned one of these engagement ornameuts and latcl. followed it with the plain hammered band of ilj BId which now encircles the third finger of Mrs. 1 Thatcher's left baud.' I I' So the young professor smiles sympathetically at I the ambition ...

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. — 11 March 1911

I , f THE OGDEN STANDARD : J . H ii i i it-- miii - i I IAD BR E A K 3 IN. BASEBALL ' i '-'' HljHAT Tense Critical Moment, Sought by Every I I 1 Manager-Strategist, in Which Close' Games Are Decided- I Same,. Notable Examples of the Turn of the Tide. H fCwrrirtt 1911. br the New Tort nerIl Co. All riehU marred.) 1 1KB that tldo In the affairs of men, there J comes a tide in every major league ball game I which, If taken at its flood, lends on to vlc- Hl I tory. That is the way Wlllinm Shakespeare M would havo said It. Prosaic baseball man- H BLpexa call It the "break" in tie game. This is the important moment, the climax, the dramatic incident H In the entertainment It is then that the game Is H lost or won, HI Managers play for this "break." Strategists, like M McGraw, Mock and Chance, lay all their plana to m J hifaff It at such a timo that it will be In their favor. HI No coa knows when It is coming. A pitcher may let H jnora fielder may make an error, which changes the M whole c...

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. — 11 March 1911

afr ' I . , k Kr -1 jb ."" "" '- -- Ki) $&& - is ) it ' . , . ki-Klv,, 1 " f .- v r - " It y 1 j T w F Colonel Wiggin's successor cherished any jft 1 fond vkw oi ti.e c t as a part of the country B I peculiarly gi.cn to large, warm-hearted, hu nt 1 cr.il sci.1 mt i he must have been somewhat 9 J chilled by the really glacial reserve which B greeted his arrival in Aguilar; but ,if he fancied V that the little Colorado town always manifested to B strangers an attitude so exclusive and forbidding, he V was quite as far afield as in suspecting himself to be B 'the object of exceptional social disfavor. In point B of fact Aguilar had nothing against Jason Gilmer; B what it would have called his "record" was entirely B unknown, it merely wished to demonstrate, by means B of a frigid indifference to him, its loj-alty to Colonel mt Wiggin. H Colonel Wiggin had, indeed, of his own will rc- B signed charge of the Company's store, but this B circumstance did hltfc to temper his admirer...

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. — 11 March 1911

' it I V'WHAT"THE PIST PRESSED WOMEN AfE GOING TO WEAP l' i ' ' " t , I HARU FASHIONS Nr1?! H j r; ' BY MRS. A. T. ASHMORE. H j "t ' s PKIXG millinery! Could any- H j ' w thing be more fascinating than the H fl dNplay in the milliners' shops at H V- tj,b xCry moment? The bright H I N ribbons aiul feathers, the more H than natural looking plumea, the H original shapes tome, it must be con- Hj , fessed, rather eccentric, others attractive H j b- picturesque, and a choice few practical, H becoming and smart present an almost H ' Irresistible leniptation to the woman who M 1 likes to be w ell costumed. H The same anxious question asked w hen- H Cver any new hats arc exhibited. Will H ' x ( large or small hats bo the more popular? H is answered fn the usual way, "Koth will H ' bo fashionable,'' One woman whose tasto H in dress ig unquestioned has just returned H 'from Paris with her customary number Hj ! of hats for spring and summer inciden- Hj i tally these have to bo Mipplementcd ut H...

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. — 13 March 1911

1 EVENING STANDARD jxJJJv jVM H4 IVI IVf IVil M ?H anEM?n""?K.p I ' ' Cf &S ' ' I I j Forty-first Year-No. 61-Pr!ce Five Cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH J3, 19 Jl Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. M WW MEXICO W - I If Protection Is Not Giv en Americans, But Not Otherwise New York. March 13. Jacob M. Dickinson, secretary of war, will not sail for Panama this afternoon on a mmitm enna Inspection trip, as lie had plan- B ' nod to do, unexpected complications B . having arisen In the negotiations be- K I tween the Panama Railroad company jMj I and the steamship lines operating for H the government which necessitated his H r remaining Jn this city for tomorrow jHj ; at least. H : Secretary Dickinson was emphatic B in declaring that the Mexican sltua- H ' tlon was not influencing his plans in fl ! l tne slightest degree, Ip "I do not believe there will be ; I any movement of our troops Into Mexl- I b This was the statement made here I today ...

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. — 13 March 1911

ii ' I I THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEtf, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1J11. 4 I i : 1 nil 11 iiUv II J AID VICE I I New York Moving 1 ' Picture Shows Must I j I i Make a Change I ' New York, March 13. Special In- - vPfltiRutors and agents of the Socletj ' ' lor the Prevention of Cruolty to Childron hxve just completed a Bur- vcy" of all the moving picture show ( ' house and Blrallar amusement places I ' In Now York city. As a result of their finding, the society will ask that the J licenses of forty-flvo of these places , be withdrawn and will recommend a i sweeping reconstruction of the city ordinances governing all picture shows. , , . According to a preliminary stnte- tm i ment published, here today, the so- clety will ask. that the present sys I tern of preventing moving pictures in , i a darkened ploce bo changed and a ' glass screen used In a well lighted I hall. This Is a crucstion for tho I board of aldermen to regulate and , action by that body 1b expected I I I shortly. I "Wo do ...

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. — 13 March 1911

;p hh 5 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1911, . - 8 H IP i' TfcGAL. " " . ' fflK NOTICE. aGr To the Stockholders of the Amalgv mM mated Sugar Company: gSH Notice Is hereby given that a meek nil Itif of the stockholders of the AmaJ- Bff ga -ted Sugar company will bo held 5f t tD company'n office, room No. 200 a Ecclaa building, Ogden Cl(y. Utah, on 'mm 'tne Gtl' ,aJ' of Noveniber 191- at il ?3 P o'clock a. m., for the purpose of con -Tl 'Hderln.3 and voting upon the follow- u jjng proposed changes and amend- Kj K ments to the articles of incorporation Mw. of this company, to-wit: t Repeal article V and substitute la IB lieu thereof the following: "Article D m y The authorized amount of the cap- mmi Ital stock of said corporation shall bo I f Four Million ($-1,000,000) Dollars, di- I vtded into Forty Thousand (40,000) E thares of preferred stock of the par II aluo of Ono Hundred ($100.00) Dol B Iar8 each. Unless otherwise ordered B I by the Board of Directors, all...

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. — 13 March 1911

H : 'I H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1911, I I-- v ii IT 1 QGDEN THEATRE ypffg?0 "TRk f UT I i Seats Now Selling j J L L I mJ? t I O? I Prices 50c, 75, $1.00, $1.50 1 I fa fearing itanliari H vSs?? H I An Independent Newspaper rgfe H (ESTABLISHED 1870.) " ggggji I i PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY H ' t (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. H BY MAIL OUT8IPE OF OGDEN CITY. H I Dallr. Every Day. 1 Year.. .$6.00 Dally, Every Day. 6 Month ... 1.00 B ' 0lly, Ererr Day, 3 Months. . .$1.60 Sunday Only, 1 Year $o j In Osden City by Can- ler 7C cenfjj por month. H ,' For information concerning clt y subscriptions, telephone to tho city H circulation department Both Phone s 56. H I I PRAISES FOR UTAH LEGISLATURE. H i jj The Salt Lake Herald-Republican, with blarney and blandish- I ments says the present Utah legislature is one of the great lcgis H If lative bodies of history and in proof of its statement points to the H fact that the long stay ...

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. — 13 March 1911

I H M THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, QTAH. MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1911. 5 H Ij STANDARD TELEPHONES If3, CALL UP ll STANDARD EXCHANGE. wL ! Bell 56, to Communicate with any u I department. 1 1 RANDOM ! 1 REFERENCES J. H. Young of Rock Springs waa v a Sunday visitor In the city. Call Allen. Dbonca. 22, fcr carriages for funerals ani operas. Prlvato calls a specialty. Also prompt delivery of baggage. -112 25th. i !Tho city seems to have been In fested with nn unusual number of un employed men during the past few days. Saturday night the city jail accommodated 33 lodgers, bringing tho total number of city hall Inmates up to 63. ' WANTED Clean white rags at tho ; Standard. - , j 'f A special train, carrying Marie , Dressier and her large company, pre- ,i ; sentlng "Tlllio's Nightmare," passed , i through this city from the east en i! rcuto to Salt Lake City last evening (; ll required nine cars to transport the company and theatrical effects. There I were 70 people on the train. S Advertisers m...

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. — 13 March 1911

1 H ! ! 1 H I, , THE EVENING STANDARD- OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1911. I , i r T H il I ' ' President of Railroad Says that Producers of United Slates Can Save Two Billion Dollars Each Year I ! I i Now Taken by the Middlemen He Says SO Per Centt is Added io the Produces from ihe Producer I , l0 ffte Consumer Great Speeeli of B. F. Yoakum, President of Frisco Railway System Executive H ; Committee Before the Nebraska Agricultural Society. Proves all this Paper has Claimed, Namely, I " ' jjiat the Increase of Price frcto the Farmer and Producer to the Consumer is too Big He Eecom- I I ; mends that the Farmers Should Combine. hhhhhI i . . I H "None of the investigations which have been made by congress, H j 'by commissions, by the departments of government, by any of the fl " J , economic institutions or societies or by private inquiries, has shown H ( J ' that the cost of railroad transportation has anything to do with the H ' increased cost of living H "The railroads have to pay...

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. — 13 March 1911

THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 13, 3911. 7 B II SPRING SHIRTS , ' "i All the fabrics in new Spring Shirtings tlint 'fastidious -? .in, jxY dressers will want, in a variety of patterns. & 4fflfefein fiSSSrfj Perfect sleeve lengths for tall, medium and short men. - -ffv lnBlil'wi ' II Plain and plaited bosoms, attached and detached cuffs. $t L if JB(L I V Hundreds to choose from. V vli 1 W-!l- m 1.00, $1.50, 1.75 to ?3.00. I We want to show our GREAT DOLLAR SHIRTS to the VJji 1 i If man that appreciates a splendid Shirt for a medium price. Xk-'-! I I FRED M. NYE CO. J51 - i 2413 Washington Avenue "" T'3 I - - I ORPHEUM THEATRE Thursday, March 16lh A. H. WOOD Presents The Girl in the Taxi : Comedy Speed Burner. : The Sensation of Paris. The Scream of America. A Real Joy Ride. EXCEEDING THE SPEED LIMIT : Prices 25c to $1.50. ; I RANDOM REFERENCES W (Continued from Paco Fivn m T.F. Ttowlnnds, dh Islon sujierlnten- dent of the Southern Pacific, left Og- J den, Sunday...

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. — 13 March 1911

WW" " 1 M l ! . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1911. H H I i. i S r ' 71 SPRING f H WITH Fj J!WIT, -PlL .J. ftD FASHION ? : ? the AXloJ&t c books I H I j f spring ny ."P1 Ms " A $ H ; j ? anvKi5c T A GOOD A ?0 TRADE' X ARE H I , PATTE'N jin HERE I I Tomorrow-a Sale of Girls I f Exclusive Spring Frocks m b . H j j S?l Until tonight these exclusive frocks S ' llrof w e displayed in the corner window.... S I I irwijlb Tomorrowmorning they are placed on sale. I s Akhs Ever, since the window was trimmed there H " dPlf has been a demand for them. , 1 M $F l M ' d H 'I S cT t(! H 1 1 X 0 j'jlj Xot oftcu do we have the opportunity to offer such merchandise at a ) H J 'I V ?1 kJji price like this. From one oC the best 'makers in New York City wo s H 'l ? !J bought the sample of girls' frocks and dresses. It is really a very ex- S Hl t H'fi t-, li trnordinarv liue hand made touches of hand embroidery materials C H j j Vi ' U arc fine Repps, Ginghams, poplins, linens,...

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. — 14 March 1911

I LET YOUR WANTS'" BE I JL -jCVf 4 -ft rf T Vtf'VVV'dl WEATHER EORECAST I KNOWN IN THE II 7 H I If7 I I I I 1 1 I )1 il I I I liM I II ThITh'XITh I! EVENING STANDARD VUV Vf rWIW 'IHI WVV 2 LMm"" "? IS f Fortyfirst Ycar.-No. 62-Prlce Five Cents. OGDEN CITYf UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 14, 19 U Entered aa Second Class Matter at the Postoffico. Ogden, Utah. H L ' . . i . ! . 1 fi moran and I MLAi II Chicago fighter Will SI I' Weigh Nine Pounds 1 1 More Than Moran i New York, March 14. "The contest" I f will not be a violation or the law 5 i which prohibits prize fighting In this jj atate, and Uie club Is protected' by a jj( ! permanent supreme court Injunction. I ' There will be no Interference." fi ; ' President Gibson of the Fairmont iL ti Athletic club made the above an I f nouncement last night In response to I numerous questions from members as .1 (: to whether the fight scheduled no il . tween Packey McFarland and Owen Moran would go on tonight, : McFarland and Moran iwlll wear ...

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. — 14 March 1911

I H ) j o THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN,' UTAH, TUESDAY, MAECH 14, 1911. H ; Modern Advice H J i , Years ago every one was H I ' advised to take some sort of M ' ' "Spring Medicine." Justhow Hj ! , much good these spring rem- H i edies actuallydid is a problem. H One thing is certain, however, H I ' most of them were very dis- H i agreeable to take. H , Forget tho medicine thisopring. H Try instead every night at bed- H I time a glass of I Pabst H .: BlueRibbon H 'I The Beer of Quality Hj ' J You will find it smooth and H -agreeable to the taste. You -will H , find further that you will enjoy H '( sound, refreshing sleep and H awaken in the morning with a H keen, hearty appetite for break' H fast. H Made and Bottled Only Hl by Pabst at Milwaukee H j To appreciate Blue Ribbon H flavor and Blue Ribbon quality, H J , order a case sent home. Tcle- H phone to M , ' The Fred J, Kiesel Co. I -32- Lines m ' I ; i li&MT ILL I BEDEP0RTE0 H a L, D. Young, a Holland Immigrant, H "who recently...

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. — 14 March 1911

cSSi? THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 191. " 3 H l-AaX - isc 2il.a : iL . . : . . H !MW LEGAL. ' !Hif ' NOTICE OF INTENTION. 'KB 'JIiR Notice 16 hereby given by the City tf&Blfc Council bf Ogden City, of the Inten- S ? tion of such Council to make the fcm following Improvements, to-wlt: , Svt tk To create Reeve Avenue, from; 21sl j ff to 22nd Streets. Sherbourne .Ave, J; 5 from 21 st to 22nd Streets. Pacific iSgjf Avenue from 21st Street to 'Tracy ClB fe Avenues Tracy Avenue, as opened, rtflB. from Pncific to Reeve Ave. 22nd fi3li Street from Wall Avenue to a point 2 l 1,000 feet West therefrom, and nlong IJfc I 3 Btrect that runs -in a Northwesterly jftLm direction to Pacific Avenue from a ,gE if point on 22nd Street 1,000 feet West J 1 from Wall Avenne as a sewer JlBtrlcr, iJfi I Qnd Dul,d tnere,r P'Pe sewers, con- v9 I necting with the manholes of the pres- aB ? ent sower system, and with ouch fiM I 4 manholes as may be necessary, and to !? defray the wh...

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. — 14 March 1911

H Mi 1 H I i THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1911. flLn BJJJJJJH I . I ! V Ettwtuuj tatari 1 i ; An Independent Newspaper j (ESTABLISHED 1E70..) J3cg30' H ! . ' PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY M ' I (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) H ' i ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. H i ; BY MAIL OUT8IPE OF CM3DEN CITY. H ' J Dally, Every Day. 1 Tear... $6.00 Dally. Every Day, 6 Months.. 00 M I Dally. Every Day. 3 MfthB...1.B0 Sunday Only. 1 Year 2-0 i In Ogden City by Carrier 75 cents per month. H I ' For information concerning city eubscrlptlonB, telephone to the- city 1 -dreolatioa department. Both Phones 50. H II, HE SENT $10. H H i j Wnen George Sutherland was elected senator last January, the H Yovmg Men's Republican club of Utah, decided that the election M ' should be duly celebrated and so the members of that organization fl 1 gave a banquet which cost comething over $100. After the banquet M the club sent Sutherland the bill, with a note to the effect that the H I t se...

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. — 14 March 1911

ffl THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN,. UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1911. K !H Jl) I STANDARD TELEPHONES W CALL UP I I STANDARD EXCHANGE, 1 I I Bell 56, to Communicate with any I tf department. Will I RANDOM I REFERENCES 51 J 1 $F ' Transferred to Butte Corporal L. . , R Reinbold, of the local recruiting j K station, has been ordered to Butte to ,jjH; take qharge of a marine recruiting ,2 I ' orflce. He will leave for the Montana rii: city In a few days. rfj; EXCURSION TO SALT LAKE p, : March ICth, via. OREGON SHORT '(, i LINE. Round trip rate $1.00. Tickets li ! r Pood on n11 trains March 15th, limited 4jL ' to return same date. - ut ' Band Gives Free Concert The Og- 5tw den band rendered an open-air con- 71 cert In the business section about G 25) if o'clock last evening and sorenaded jy ' this office. The demonstration B 1 -was for the purpose of advertls- T f tlon was for the purpose of ndvertls- j"i f ing the Orpheum employes' benefit jji . tomorrow night, ut which time Cun- Ttlng, the ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 14 March 1911

B . ! ! n THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, ,UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1911. -. i H I . i ' 6 . H I H ' I ORPHEUM ' THEATRE H i ' ! Thursday, March 16Gh H A. H, WOOD Presents I The Girl H in the Taxi . H Comedy Speed Burner. H I The Sensation of Paris. Hl The Scream of America. H A Real Joy Ride. M EXCEEDING THE SPEED H LIMIT H Prices 25c to $1.50. I ,i I Have You Hadl I '!: I the Grippe P H For those bad coughs fol- ' H lowing the grippe, there is H nothing like our old fashion- l H WHITE PINE AND TAR j H ' COMPOUND. H I to cure them. j 1 ' j Iwm. driver-& I SON DRUB go. I H 1 H I I 2453 Washington Ave. H i 1 Both Phones 33. ' a ij liwi h H rfl You will appreciato the L- , I value and merits of our M I I RI VERB ALE I FLOUR H i Its Quality, Flavor and N ij I Freshness make it the Beat M I Flour for Bread, Cake or M ' H Biscuits. Mado by u H Ogdexi Milling 1 H 1 SL Elevator Co. I I Ogden State H j ' Bank 1 I Ogden, Utah. Hj , Capital $100,000.00 H Surplus and Profits.... 125,000,00 H ...

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. — 14 March 1911

i THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1911. 7 If RANDOM REFERENCES (Continued from Pajjo Flvo.j Marriage License a marriage 11 coneo has boon Issued to Lawrenco Hoggo of West Weber and Oceno I . Ekins of Ogden. i ' " EXCURSION TO SAI T LAKE , : i March. 15tb, via. OREGON SHORT LINE. Round trip rate $1.00. Tickets good on nil trains March 15th, limited ? to return same date. - j Japanese Not Guilty After only a ; '. few minutes' deliberation, the Jury In i ; the murder case of the state against ! Georgo Kawashata last evening ren- U dered a verdict of not guilty. The I verdict was not unexpected, the- facts in the caoo showing boyond doubt that Kawashata killed his fellow Jap, Olcana, Nov. 25, 1910, In Bolf-dcfonso. THE CALIFORNIA MARKET AT 130 25th St, Is handling only STEER Beef. Bell, 37G. Ind. 37-1. 8t Patrick! Day Special The Og den Rapid Transit company will run a special car to Plain City St. Pat rick's day, the occasion being the holding of elaborate festivi...

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. — 14 March 1911

H I I , g THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1911 . - - H i " V H 1 1 'i WW leavening agent, which makes the f B ! yf biscuit and cake of highest healthful- V H i TB ncss at mediuni cost and protects the H j L good from alum, which is the greatest Ml H ' dietary danger of the day. 4 H i imim rMTTBMiiii i m nii T1 I ,i PMITFilPT ;i Lin f r - H .; J3 uL fill B B II Colorado Legislature H ' Fails to Pass Consti- tutional Amendment I Denver, March 14. Tho house today killed Senator Skinner's proposed con stitutional amendment covering con structive contempt of court. Tho voto was 3S ayes to 22 noes, but, under tho two-thirds rule, 44 votes in favor wero necessary, The amendment provided for jury trlal In contempt cases where the al- H leged' contompL was not committed in H the presence of the court in session, H and was the direct outcome of the H action some months ago of Judge H Greeley Whltford, In sentencing a B ( number of striking coal miners to a Hj year's impr...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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