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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 17 March 1911

WS THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDSN, UTAH, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1911. --- . . - 5 H HI 9 ) STANDARD TELEPHONES 99 ' call up gE . STANDARD EXCHANGE. IH i Bell 66, to Communicate with any WW f department. HH v ; ; RANDOM 1 1 'I REFERENCES 1 Wfcft CJency St. Clair nud family, of Jdc- gh. ho Fall, are visiting with friends In fffltf this city for a few das. WM $ MILLINERY OPENING Friday and W-t ' Saturday, March 17 and 18. All cor- $&j j dially Invited. X. L. Spurgeon MI111- tvlH ljier5" Co" 2372 Washington avenue. mm i J. A. Iee, of Layton, Is a business f ifi I visitor in the city. SMHtf Call Allen, phones 22. for carriages iJRg l for funerals and operas. Private calls &-Hf a peclalty. Also prompt delivery ot (ilia I boage. 412 25th. Iwll ( Mr6, H Williams and Mrs. Aman- M&i Wellington, both of Salt Lake, FaK c -woro the guests of Ogden friends ves- 'mH -? terday. EsQl i ySM l WANTED Clean white rcga at the Ijfjj i Standard. - fl Bitten by Dog. B. A. Campbell, a HH " machinist, em...

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. — 17 March 1911

1 i j - THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH, FRIDAY, IVIAROH 17, 1011. -J GRAND PRIZES I J tr. v Offered Cooking School to be ??J ,'- Climaxed With Baking- Con- m .'" i f Baking- of Cakes, Pies and Dough- I ' nuts will teat the skill of Ogden housewives. SCHOOL OPENS lAY Coupons Exchanged for Season Tickets Free of Charge. Much Interest Shown. Grand prizes are offered for tho I ' housewives of Ogden who can bake I, ' the host articles called for In the I Baking contest which will climax the ( Standard-Examiner Cooking school,. I j Friday the 24th. Tho cakes will bo sold after the I contest and tho eutlro proceeds will be given to tho Ogden Public Library. JK That this coniest -will be the foaturo "W of the entire Cooking school goes r3 without saying, as every, woman in , Ogden with abilfty to bake cake will ijm do her utmost to win ono of the mag- f AN EVENING I AT SACRED 11; HEART 1$ I A ' . w M ' One of. tho most cnJoyable affairs of jSfl the past tweelcvwas the card party gv- gm o...

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. — 17 March 1911

1 THE EVENING STANDAED: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, '1911. , .) ? f ''IpJYOU CAM I r Jr BUY A NEW I ? SPRING SUIT ! y: i AT A SAVING 0F I I mk3 Ceo! 1 ! I Tomorrow we place on sale 250 M ; I Snappy Spring Suits at a discount of . E I twenty-five per cent. I e waRt t start the season's busi- H I ', I ness with a rush and want you to rush for t i I nese sus. m ' ; I , - We know you'll like 'em. M , : , Here's how we've priced 'em 9 - I $15.00 Suits 9X1.25 9 4 $38.00 Suits ?13.50 ffl $20.00 Suits $15.00 j? 25.00 Suits $18.75 9 ' I Tomorrow you nun pick anv pair of $3.50, $4.00, H .1 H -50 and $.3.00 Shoes for $2.55 ! I THE BARON CO! 9 ? 1 2345 Washington Avenge g j j RANDOM REFERENCES fl "' (Continued from Pace Flvo 1 SI, Marriage Licence A marriage II 1 cense lias been Issued to Walter E. 1 Lund o( Ogden and Eva Wai burton of Coalvlllo. MILLINERY OPENING Friday and - - Saturday, March 17 and 18. All cor ,raj dially invited. N. L. Snurzcon Mllll mj nory Co., 2372 Washington avenue. ...

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. — 17 March 1911

H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1011. ll mm i &Bxfy Years the Standard 1 I Ulii III ML d I Biking poiier imM 1 A sfrai&hf, honest, Cream of Tartar 8 H 1 Baking Powder. Made from Grapes. I irj 1 Makes better, more healthful food, I ll fi 1 $otf without deception I II M 1 NO ALUM-NO LIME PHOSPHATE I Ir " 3 fAIum In food must Ihercfore act as a poison." ffi Bt 1 1 I fVo Johnson, Yale Unhtruty. ffl j I 'Read the label. KM I 1 Bay no hmking powder unless fij ' I five tabei shows it to he made II . I from Cream of 'Tartar J I iHE SAYS THE iff RECORD IS If. FALSE- IK' ' I w I ' AJ ' Irrthe-miittor of th& application of PI John Marks alias George Cms, A. G. 1 Horn has Hlid a motion.' to strike out I ' : 1 the entry made by the- clerk o the i A ' court showing a purported stipulation n I that John G. Willis should act as S K 1 judge pro tern Jn the case. Tho L; f r ,croundfl for tho motion aro stated to 1ft, I oo that tho m Invite entryMs falBo and SB.' unt...

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. — 18 March 1911

S I LET YOUR WANTS BE 5f I J ACJV 'i'WV WTVIf't't IVlA ; WEATHER-FORECAST I KNOWN m THE II 1 11 T If ffT jl If 1 NSI J i I i lJ Ml "T! EVENING STANDARD CU-fclV lWV W"Wf 4 -V V'Vl' V night and tomomow. 5K ! ' !i- : . ' ! . g Fortyflr.t Year-No, 66-Prlce Five Cents, OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY . EVENING, MARCH 18, 19U.16 PAGES Entered as Second Class Matter at the Portoffice, Ogden, Utah. H IST0NIN6 OF PRESr DIM 1 1 $ob in the City of 1 1 A Mexico Makes a S ! Demonstration 'I '-: s I ' San Antonio. Texas. March 18. An m American official returning from Mexl- co City, yesterday, brought an authen tic report of a demonstration against the poraon of President Diaz about j 'two weeks ago, which took the form of stoning tho windows pf the President's I palace In the Citybf Mexico by a mob 1 j of lnsurrecto sympathizers. ' I The statement Is made by an official I '- 'connected with tho United States gov ernment who witnessed the Incident. i This official has broken the censorship In Mexico, ...

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. — 18 March 1911

H o THE EVENING STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1911. - I I w Tm tai T"i rIlf T' TTTI-"1 TTfc JkTVTTn Not only in Mexico I I I The name of 'Uncle Sam is a synonym,oi goodness, so -with his product. It has no superior. Practically all Ogdcn 1 I ameers carrv if Beinq free from strong caustics, it is not only a high class article for household cleaning but is I ;. H also a most excellent powder lor ladies hands, leavlnjj them soit as velvet. Try It. It Is strictly a UTAH PRODUCT. Large cans ten cents. Ask your grocer tor it. I fl I TAKE NO OTHER, ,,, n iwirff S I SPORTING NEWSH I WQLGAST WINS FROM - I HS1C 111 THE NINTH Champion Ketains Hia Title by Giving His Challenger a Decisive H Beating Referee Stops Fight in Order to Prevent Action by H the Authorities. H . . H LOS ANGELES. March 17. Byout- H fighting Georgo Memalc in eight out H of nlno rounds, Ad "Wolgaat retained H the lightweight championship of Uie H -world In the Vernon arena this after- H noon. As a result of a ...

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. — 18 March 1911

lH I. I , THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1911. - H 1 1 LEGAL. NOTICE TO WATER USERS. 1 i jT State Engineer's Office, Salt Laka ' City, Utah, February 11, 1911. ,! Notice is heroby given that the CUtah Light & Railway company, by ? jits general manager, Joseph S. Wells, : Nvboso poatofflce addreBS Is Salt Lake ; City, Utah, has made application in ,' accordance with the requirements of , the Complied Laws of Utah, 1907, -as i ; amended by the Session Laws of Utah, ,T 1009, to appropriate twenty-five : thousandths (.025) of a cubic foot H per second of water from an unnamed "5 I ; spring in Morgan County, Utah. Said B Bpring is situated at a point which bears south 84 degrees 22 minutes J ! yeast 547.5 feet from the east quar- I 'ter corner of Section, 29, Township I . 5 north, Range 1 east, Salt Lako base I and meridian. The water will be dl- I verted at a place where it Issues from i said spring nnd conveyed by means of 3 a pipe line for a distance of 050...

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. — 18 March 1911

"ill' i H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, Vaxi. ,, . I ij? lEttattttg tat&ari i I An Independent Newspaper Sft M (ESTABLISHED 1870..) 33gg& I PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY H (BY WILLIAM QLA6MANN.) I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION m ADVANCE. , BY MAIL OUTSIPE OF OQDEN CITY. i , - roq Dally. Every Day, 6 Months... 53.0D Daily. Every Day. 1 Year... J6.00 " V nlr l Yew 2-00 Doily, Every Day, 3 Months... 1.50 Sunday Only 1 W In Ogden City by Carrier 75 c.nt. per month For information eo.cern.n c.t y -uhscrlptlons. telephone to tfc. city circulation department Both Phone ibM. H MOFFAT TUNNEL BILL KILLED. I The defeat o the MoffattaTcommiBsion bill by the lower houBTofthe Utah legislature on Friday, Wa. a fitting end to a ' which was without merit and carried with ,t a sting for I KdThi8 paper opposed the bill because it was an attempt to force a railroad along an unnatural line, to U. dvanUgo of Ogden. Any measures of favoritism, such as tins bill, should find no...

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. — 18 March 1911

J , 'r3E EVENING STANDARD: 0GD3N, UTAH, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1911. - 5 H II ) ' I STANDARD TELEPHONES ' 9 call up ' STANDARD EXCHANGE. IS Bell 56, to Communicate with any department, t . RANDOM I REFERENCES ! P. M. Bordsen, of Butte, Is a busl I ' ne6 visitor In the cit. j 5 MILLINERY OPENING Friday and I Saturday, March 17 and 18. All cor- i dlally Invited. N. L. Snurgeon Milli- -j ncry Co., 2372 Washington avenue. J O. W.oight, of Garfield. Utah, was i calling on his Ogden1 friends yestor- f day. If Call Allen, phones 22, tor carriages I for funeralB and oporaaj Private calls a specialty. AIbo prompt delivery ot baggage. 412 25 th. I. M. Gauchot was a vlBltor In the city yesterday from Bingham. WANTED Clean whlto raga at the Standard. , A. H. GroBeywas a Salt Lake visitor 7 in tho city yesterday. ' Advertisers must havo their copy r for tho Evonlng Standard the evening 5 before tho day on which tho adver f tloement is tat appear la order to lo ir euro publication. 1 Dementod Man In...

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. — 18 March 1911

H w THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1911. 't I ARE THERE GOOD I COOKS IN OGDEN H ' Standard and Examiner Think So.and Will Give the Ladies a Ohaacc LH to Prove It Cooking School Contest-Valuable Prizes Will H Be Given For Best Cakes, Pies and Doughnuts. H . - "" H It is cuBtomary at the conclusion H of a course of study to hold an oxamln- fl atlon. That is ono reason for con- M ducting a baking contest on the last 1 day of the Standard-Bamlner cook- H ing school. Besides that, -wo want to show Mrs. Armstrong that a woman does not necessarily have U) be a grad- H unto of the Boston cooking school in order (o cook food that's fit to eat, M Any woman who attends the cook- H ing school is eligible to compete in the baking contest. Four kinds of articles can be entered; i. c cakes, pics and H doughnuts and bread. These articles M are to be delivered to the Libraty, H Friday, March 24, between 10:00 a. m. M nnd noon. No articles will be accept H ed after 12:00 o'clo...

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. — 18 March 1911

Sli THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, MARCH IS, 1911. , 7 H k : l-. mi&M . , .L.r. 411; - , .-. r . W K 11 o'clock sermon, "The f Religion of a raster.." Soloist, Uij Es3 Corn; 7 ;-l5 o 'clock, sermon, Ms I tho Lenten series .on Arrest, rg Trial and Death o Christ, lljg Sunday night theme, ''The "Sfc ' Dark Record of the Church i m ,1 Trial, the Denials of Peter, and j , the Death, of Judas. Soloists, ' t Miss Bartletl, Mr. Saunders. i! -RANDOM' I REFERENCES . jl (Continued from Pace Flvo ) ! . Before seloctinc our Spring Hat, it I ; , I "will pay you to visit tho Five Points , I '' Millinery, 238 Washington Avo. - i I Hubs Estate In the matter of the I t ? -estate of Josephine Unas, deceased, ' t tho appraisers, A McFarland, Thomas j, 4 Wnalen and C. J?1 Middieton, haveyal L ned the properly at $9,050. - Ea.LUL)ikrjn. i uriuMiMf irmayana J Saturday, March 17 and IS. All cor- , ff dlally invited. X. L. Spurgeon Mllll- 1 jl nory Co., 2372 Washington avenue. ? i Mr. and...

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. — 18 March 1911

H 8 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1911. - H BEST QUALITY OF COAL $4.75 and S5.2S Delivered CONSUMER'S COAL CO. H Phojies Uptown, 452 and 48 fl .ri,nMM wn I H A 8km ot Beauty Is a Joy Forever. DR. T. Follx Gouroud'o Orlontol Croom or Mazlool Booutlflor. H 9PCJ j-?v, Remrrrt Ton, Tliaples. ""H fgjj- SSKv rrtcklw. Moth P.tcftf, H ?tES Arsrpyi Baib, and M:ln Dlivs ""H 3-? lSSCV y- aail 7CT7 b)nlb ""H r?fc- Ik&?Z- m ii 1 o bcaoly. n-l lie- B t XZfZCfJ 0 fl detection. It "mmmmH mo0 5v r?f t?y b txhi tto toi """"H - 3? v. -tI J ot " run. u H a B T per ' binnlei re w?55 vl "" V. ?l uelttobCfarIt H P..S ' v. A !a prorlj-tnuJe. H - -, (J j Accept no const tr- i Ax 5j tvV ftlt of lmnir ""H -SNOJV-s--?V V Mtoe. Dr. I. A. "mmmmH v'aSTT cSDy sa tiiJ to H !lviCw tS i I 'r of tb0 h":' fl ( fcTMvy ton ( pMltBt): ""H I I E4 ' VfS "A 70a lidltj fl 1 -Z' J E k will n tbto. 1 -"" -''"' ttxx.' I reeonmtnd H 'Kournud'K Crcnm' as tho It harmful of the rkla prrnsrallom." For ral...

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. — 18 March 1911

j L Part-Two L TOE- EVENING STANDARD-- r p to ie i I j r FORTY-FIRST, YEAR NO: 6 OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 18, 1911 ,' PRIcY" FIVECENTS H 1: ' - : I : ; : ' -. 11 12 M S H ' . . x : , v M W L jy H r '"' y HELEN FALCO ' ' 'R3r ' I 1 Art and I Fashion wf Mentality and Personality $ ' of the Wearer Now Con- f'J i sidered in Designing Toilettes tt iFHAT a blessing Is the ostensibly ; ' WW grey lcnten Beason, supposedly " VI provided for ua to retire Into Mi our Innermost sanctuuriea and !k contemplate our transgressions and J ; the moBt likely way to remedy I ".ft them. But alus how many of' 1,9 ua do? I fear, Judging from the lm "3 maculate and caretully thought out ; toilettes displayed In the epodi making i, Easter parade, that not a feV of us t have Indeed repaired to tho lnnormost ! i sanctuary and then remained tho en j, i tiro time deeply submerged In brain i .1 rucking thought, choosing materials, 2 "; textures, color tones and combinations, t for the first and r...

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. — 18 March 1911

- THE OGDEN STANDARD ?"' H I -- - ' I PlHO'LL WIN .THE FENNANT?H- H WTEflCRITlCAL Analysis of the Strength and tt'M Weakness of the Baseball Clubs in the Two Big Leagues as They Shape Up for the Season M JCoturfrM. 15U1. br the N-w Tork Tl-nU Co. AU rtebta rtJerrcsJ 1 VERY soon the country. which Is to say the whole of the United States, will be sunken, thrilled, moved by nn liuporuint Question. It Is not the problem of Cnnudlan reciprocity, or H the tariff, or the cost of Jiving, or the future H f aeroplanes, or any trifling matter of that sort No. H this is otic of grave significance and great import. H I'hc qucstlou'ln which so many persons will be dls- H playing a future interest Is: H "How will they finish:" H Sixteen big league baseball teams are now scat- H lercd over the country in various training camps be- Hj Ing stroked and groomed and got into shape for H the pennant fights in two major leagues. Hence the H Question. Certain disciples of basebull have already H' )ccomc s...

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. — 18 March 1911

If KF AT U K I 5 F O R I H E -H O M E G I R L$ . I I (&e F AS C I NAT. I N G AND USIT U-L-J' I i fSe AW o BOOKBINDING if &m?J mMtiHm ;:. . ; 4L m obmP & i!b - . hJhMhhh SVjJr I a'e '" oooks simply &w yt artistically without -the ox- 'JO I pensiro paraphernalia Uiat ex- f prt workers In the craft require f5JH ' now 1i't possible, and ro iVv R exceedingly elementary arc the firtgP rocesscs in use to produce the most J5 .'harming guest books., wedding hooks, litijfyl portfolios, kodak and post card hooks 3(rff Ihat it places tbf work within the scope HJQ : at even vrrr roung cirl. y51 ' l revives in a most acceptable wny tWj ' 'he earlier forms if honkhindinj. such. f' l for exnmpf as the Japanese or "tabbed 'Qtn " binding and that monastic form M-en in" jjnW i the thong hound parchments of earlier ;feH days These quaint stylos, when com- Jjyvj hined with modern tnxtiles or fabrics, tiiijj i decorated perhaps with doiicmMoiir in '15w wood block prinlinc or hand toolins....

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. — 18 March 1911

H " jtjP 1 The Capitol, Wliite H jDeaUtltUl House. Treasury, f - , Monument Washington si&'ftfc H lie Buildings and Museums; MountVer- H ton, Alexandria, Arlington; the making H nnd destruction of National currency, M Intereitingdetails of history and of govem- 1 ment, are aJl described and charmingly Hl pictured in the Washington Standard B Guide. 200 illustrations, 2 maps. A M beautiful book, telling what every Ameri- H can child or grown-up should know of Hl our Federal dry, the most beautiful of Hl the Capitals of the world. Yours for M 25 cent, coin or rtampj. (A beautiful H Washington pest card if you mention this H paper.) Tkx Foster & Keynolds Com- H any, No. 1 Madison Ac. New YotIo H You win appreciate tho I H I value and merits of our 1 I I RIVERDALE I I FLOUR I 1 Its Qua111?' Flavor and 1 H H Freshness make It the Best H H I Flour (or Bread. Cake or I H H Biscuits. Made by 1 H I Ogden Milling I H I Elevator Co. 1 t ' M U. S. DEPOSITARY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK . H (F ...

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. — 18 March 1911

It -.... - - ' " , nw H i ' ' THE OGDEN STANDARD I fig l - , - - . , J Br Bimphi i"ii ii ' Hmmfl I fMJAKING ; BAD ,hOYS INTO '.Ik A MODEL REPUBLIC gm JT2HE George Junior ill Movement, Where Kjl Lads and Lasses Govern B . -1. Themselves and Turn M Oat Good Citizens, jB Ncm) Flourishes in pir Six States and Is to SSI? Spread Abroad if A flPSv I v JGH0pr ffi WILLIAMR. GEORGE (CoprriKht, 3311. b$ Iho cw York Herald Co. All tlstls rcwrrcd.i V f X m little hniniet up in Xkw York State a man with !j I big brnln. big sympathies and bigger faith In his kind vns all meted by an idea some years ago and proposed a novel application of It The hamlet was Preeville. 4 lie man was William It. George, the idea was deuioer.u-y and the application was the George Junior Republic, a home and school for boys and girls whom soeieiy. in its, recklessness, was shaping for bad ends. To-day the outgrowth of his faith and labor Is flourishing in six States. It will shortly bo started. In other State, it Is abo...

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. — 18 March 1911

H 'I ' Ti THEOGDEN STANDARD H J J I WlOMEN EXPERT.. TIME.. 5AVLR5- -,''""'; ; 1 ffjMQUE Brokerage Studio of Tivo Ingenious M LlPersons Who Find Many, Fields in Which to H Minn .1 Ii1n:' ''-. - v-ii M "This Is from a woman whom 1 never saw but 1 ' he has heard of us through friends and wants us to j look after her daughter," explained the Time Savor. 1 -"But what -will you do with hoc?" queried Uie' 1 visitor. "You are not golng'to run a boarding house H or a hotel?' 1 "We will meet her at the train and take entire H charge of her during the week. As we have never H soon the girl we shall have to arrange a set of signs 1 or slgnuh whereby we shall be able to rccognV.e her j when she stops off the train. That will be easy. y. H tlowcr or a voll of a certain color or some little mark 1 to catch the eye of the professional chaperon. Then H we will escort her to her stopping place in the city H not a hoarding house, but the home of some family H wo know who will provide her with creature...

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. — 18 March 1911

j p)UR SHORT STORY PAOB I C Q H A Ri IL I SM E:" H T O N LYON i i IACIC HODGE wns soubslek and young anil 1 r I stroii?. Hi' lul his unluipprtanc "0 K i' 1 I I for purchase" on the "Clpver" verses, I i rammed his shoulders Into a mackintosh, m IteflPSSfi flD(1 m'nc 0,1 into the -vrny dl'lp' J:iclc ? M Mnta i 11 Hdge waij Jhst about at the end of the K l3Smll pnuu. lie said. (Semi-annually, or quar- II E iMffl Ejf lirly. you always say that In New York ) H I fBuJSI But llu' lri,tn was t,iat Jaclc Uoi1kc was H 1 Iniel bloom without poifiMi. He couldn't be. Si iJHSTI coumiI info admitting this. He answered m m m I t,inl uo W11S n wrller WM0 wanicd to M I siJ 'rtf J wlio came to New York to turn out real literature instead of magazine 9 if mush ; who couldn't see why, in a llght- 1 nlng-llke strliis-oMhiugs, the editors didn't give him I a chance, and who justly lamented the future' of H ' American literature beVnuso the magazine and book H W publishers put before the public such abomin...

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. — 18 March 1911

I TwhaT THE MT DRESSED WOMEN AM GOING TQ.WEABJ Pink Silk Cloth Gown mMli C, "'Jfe, Embroidered VClvctGqHn ? H K22- fjpfe N , r tfiV,'? mUVMm 'KHlWln rhotp Copyright, 1911. by Routllnser ,' H Pbotq Copyrlfeht, 1911, by Rcntllngcr VTl J YJJi HS K J-O-zS? ICSiWir llKX'WKfe. delusive CoprrIght. 1011. New York Herald H ExcIueItc Copyrlsht, 1011. Now York Herald Js JN l&.-K-T,, WW K53S MMJmils T-fiWfr: fl BY MRS. A. T. ASHMORE. r 1112SH ire busj days for woman kind, for dressmaking is in full ( swing, and it behooveth rich and poor alike to be g-iUup cvery- thin? in order for the spring and H summer, vv lien winter clothes B vlll not only look but feel out of place. Thfa is a season of the year when drqss ( Hl i is an nil important topic of conversation , Hl I r.nd thought. No one wants to buy Hj i rashly, nnd jot so fascinatingly attr.ic- H tire arc the new materials, colors and H styles that it requires great sclf-contr6l " not to be led astray when the now gowns Hj arc exhibited. "...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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