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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 20 March 1911

lflfllBMMBMHiMBMMIBBBIMEBWIiMIWWSSI- - . . - TrrlB't Ffl JP i fl E . H I FORTY-FIRST YEAR-NO. ' 67 PRICE FfVE CENTS OGDEN CIT UTAH, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 20, 1911 Entered as Second Class Matter af the Postoffice, Ogden, Utah ' H I SIXTEEN SnjCHES I Arc Necessary to Close Scalp Wounds of Book- er T. Washington '1 .New York, March 20, Booker T. I j Washington was not able to appear II In court today because or the injuries he recolved last night, according to ' tho statement of his attorney, and tho hearing of tho charges against Albert Ulrich, the carpenter, arrost od last night on his complaint of felonious assault, was postponed un til tomorrow. Ulrich was held in $1,500 ball. Ulrich, a white man, maintains to- Jfr day that he was acting within his ; rights when ho pursued the negTO i educator for several blocks before a policeman appeared. Ignorant of ; the negro's identity, he declared that his wife had complained to him of a negro she had met In the hallway of their flat hou6e. ...

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. — 20 March 1911

M 1 . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1911. . l jffi H - ' .iiirn-ii BB0 T S- M---- " 5 ',iW I ; RUSSELL-JAMES I : COMPANY'S I , ; WEEKLY SPECIAL mm mi A rRrw Sllifi if Oar special thin -vrerfc wlU bo hxt& Hul and muttoa chops. Hamh at 17o lb. Wmmi Either our own make, Ogdon Pack- BMfp ' ln Co,'B or Sce Premium, If MK 2rou u our own make and Ami liko nflffl i Jt ftftor "BmS aalf of It, yem can have mmm ' your monoy back for the whole ham. Vj ' Mutton chops at tho special price of S9 J lOo lb. Any cat, Rjemenibcr, you m I A I muHt come to the martcet. Telephone III orders not died at ttieee rioe. k1 1, 1 1 wcok, Mrs. Goodenough, at 273 22nd ft J S St, bough a pan of laccto Lard. li B Hor key vaa the hacky one and1 drew f Ave dollara. RemombotV AL& looya 1 "will bo redeemed by preuns, ONE III each -flneek vrina ?5. lfcUmSl S4th W'i I e tract, " jj Ogden Theatre, I ' Thursday, March 23. B ' Ed. Terry , in Sweet II j Lavender. r "i i uu 'POLICE RAID 1 ' GAMB...

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. — 20 March 1911

E r 1 J X d ' . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1911. 3 M 4Sfe . c . -: jH HI Ogden Theatre, (j ; Thursday, March 23. Mi; Ed. Terry in Sweet If I Lavender. ' wJ I 4rffi5 'f Accidents will happen, but the best- linU 1 regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' 'mm i Electlc Oil for such emorgoncles. It ywjj ,f eubJues the pain and heals the hurts,- MOM 1 oo I "THE TRIAL AND 1 DEATH Of CHRIST" jttgB fv - Speaking upon the religious trial MH j! of the Christ In the series upon "The In If Trial and Doath ot ChriBt," Rev. Car- .9m k ver said, in part: ffU f "When the functions of the courts J of Judea wore given over to tho Ro- f'jB uian conquerors, the courts lost their Sm responsibility to the people, and with jp9 i that the power which preserves .tho fyft I vuxlty of public officials. The High SI t Priest's office was filled by the Ro "4H I man court. Originally the high priest -9 5 as appointed for life, now In 107 jNH 1 years 27 appointees had filled It- For vrS 1 near...

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. — 20 March 1911

WWl 3 H i 1 a H "' il - , THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1911. J? I An Independent Newspaper l ( (ESTABLISHED 1870..) L v0- B IS ' J RAILROAD ADVERTISES FARMS. U I' J Tho New York Central railroad has obtained a large list of A , J forms in tho Empire state which are lor sale, ami thai railrond, Ifi . I through its literature, is calling the attention of prospective home Ill ' seekers to the bargain opportunities. JJ t Tho object is to offset tho attractions held out by the West I io seekers after farms. J The action of the New York Central is commendable from an i Eastorn standpoint, but it proves that there 1s- no part of the couu- Ijj try that Is not now striving to draw to it new settlers and eu- Rjl , courage its agricultural development. lj The one regrettable thing, in the effort to draw new agricui- II I turalists to Utah( is the wide-spread campaign of defamation now L II , directed against tins state by the Eastern magazines. TAKING AWAY THE HEADQUART...

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. — 20 March 1911

TS . THE EVENING STANDABD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1911. -rrrt 'g H m That Spring Suit ji ' CAN BE BOUGHT lj AT BARON'S ?& AT A SAVING TO YOU OF 1 mO Cent All that is new and stylish all that is 2y& sought by well dressed men, is embodied jjg; in these Men's Suits that we offer at a Jju" special discount this week. $15.00 Suits $11.25 1,18.00 Suits S13.50 gr $20 00 Snils 915.00 SMf 25.00 Suite $18.75 1 THE BARON CO. IS ' 2345 WASH. AVE. w . I STOLEN ta 1 IS REGOVEREfl wffi. .225? A pinto pony, the proporty of E K. tfiSt Wilson and which wns,stolm from In JS front 'of the C31oUr 'thCiler on 'Wiishlnc- ton avnur a fen- dajs ugo, h&a been recovered. The nnlni.il awis found in Salt JLake City, ivboro It Imd or- ovl dontly boen taken by tho horsctlilef The pernon taking the horso appar ently mnde no effort to nell It, iu tho pony was found winderlnc about In the streets Deputy Sheriff Tom Dovlno ftent to Salt Lake yesterday and brought Sir. Wilson's property back to hi...

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. — 20 March 1911

F Ii H - THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, TJTAR, -notfDAY, MARCH 20, 1911. I INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM, RECALL 1 WHAT DO THE WORDS flEAN? Repeatedly we have been asked, ""What is the Initiative, the j Referendum and the Recallf" For awhile we believed that those j who asked the questions were making sport of this pnper because wo havo consistently, for years, favorfd those progressive measures. J But bb more and more people asked the questions, we bernme con- vinccd that many were actually ignorant of the meaning oF the I words, INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM and RECALL. Only recently, I while the legislature was, considering the commission form of goveru I ment for Ogden and Salt (Lake City, we were surprised to learn that 1 not one out of ten members of the Utah legislature thoroughly uu 31 derstood the meaning of those words, the INITIATIVE, the REF- ERENDUai and the RECALL. I . One member said: "To with those socialistic and annrchis- I tic doctrines," and five other members of the legislature...

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. — 20 March 1911

gjfc THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1911. 7 H 581 II TKe Season's Best in ;! Clothing' and. Furnishings is Ready for You g ' ' ' . - .. ; W ITi 7" have assembled a stock of clothing and furnishings that i2& will please every man of every age. Strictly the best l from the best makers. The niftiest, brightest, most sty- 6gj lish and perfect-fitting garments made. The selections in all lines 8S have been made with such attention to the tastes of men, young H; .men and mothers of boys that we're sure of a successful season. Call 0; and see our lines. "Look around" all you please. No urging to pur- 4e , chase. IFRED M. NYE CO. 2413 Washington Avenue iim-nrwiliil I1 i i 1 1 i -J'j-h wa r-r i9H ' ' ,1 RANDOM 1 REPERENCES EYjB (Continued from Paco Five Stag! "ij2 Juvenile Officer Jacobs 1b out jOH again after a three weeks' Illness from grip. P W Beforo solectlnr our Spring Hat, It iiW I "will pay you to visit tho Five Points -JM Mlllinory, 23S "Washington Ave K ; ...

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. — 20 March 1911

HPT I H! ' v 5HE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MASOH 20, 1911. Ml ' jlAi&V-S NINTH ANNUAL OPENING, I if vL .WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1911. 8 fill Rereshm&nte-andVeaod musio-afternoon an evening. All arc 1 II I j cordially invited. Txh our many friends and natrons wc wish If! I t0 nounccthat w have seld our Twenty-fifth street store. M1 I having no coRihictirtnritt it nw whatever L H! I Wc-shaHcbc -pissed-to-aee-Tou at our old stand. llj 1 " 294! Washington Ave. ' B 1 JVartfsAheaifeaartersfor good things to eat R i 1 ; -- -Beth 'phones, 279. I JH 1 v . ffl I "" ' 81 tm READ VmAT McOAs KK?r SI 50 ISMMUf&JtuAdt? PATTERNS kid aszEMszmsr' N0W IN II gloves I ij-as to Offer This Week 3T0GK f pQt " y We wdd like every mother who has a (gj - girl from one to ten years .old, to know that . . jL - mostbeautifnl'line of II ...J II CHILIAN'S HEADWEAR II fild II "is jiow on display ready for your inspec- f W) 1 f J tion ,You wiU cerUfinly be pleased with k m l 1 M the (.charming ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 21 March 1911

9? ZZZZZZIZZZZZZZZZZIZZIZZZZZ V? - - Z? '. . M S FORTY-FIRST YEAR-NO. 68 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY, UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 21, 1911 Entered-?;; Second Class Matter at the Postoffice, Ogden, Utah S If Gillespie, Illinois, SceneTroops in i the Field U-- - f Gillespie, 111., March 21. One thou sand strong, armed wTtli a varied as sortment of firearms and marching to P?. the music of an Italian hand, the for- elgn coal miners of Benld, III., conduct f ed a Bunrlso demonstration today L against the English speaking brethren of the town of Gillespie. i ' The procession came from Benld, ! ? stopping at mine No. 1, passed ' through tho main street of Gillespie, thenco to mine No. 3. and back to Benld. Throughout the night a vlgl I lanco commltteo of Gillespie citizens fpatroled the street of the town be- cause of news that the Benld miners had started for Gillespie. Tho watch . ' ers warned every one to get off tho streets. Many Gillespie citizens and i ' miners were stirring when t...

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. — 21 March 1911

V ' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, TIARCH 21, 1911. ,$ 1 1 iSURRECTOS I TO ATTACK 1 i SONQRA'S I CAPITAL Mmms Wa -- . ; i W II I NOGJLLBS, Mer., Mar. W. Jft HermoeUto, capital of the state ' j 5, of Sonera, Is believed to bo -f KJ u In danger of an attack by t10 1 fl "; rebel forcea. On orders of tho H9l , ? "Mexican government, federal Hajn forces ar being roahen from Ifa "" 'variona points along the north- Hi ern boundary Into Nogale ad Hll ) " theaeo Bouth 0r the Boaora Kin ' railroad into HermoeJIlo-. HIl y - H& 'A epecrel train bringing troops from HfH Cananea waa brought Into Jtogales 14 today on rush order and dispatched. Hj, southward to augment the federal H force at the stato capitaL Another HB body of men came In from Naco by fl train, having marched overland to I :i I that point from Agua Prleta. These 1 also vent oouthwaxd by train. Troop . HI i( - " trota. other polnta are bemg Sphered V I - and gent to HermoBlIlo. The Mexican P ' Rorramamt offWtato un...

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. — 21 March 1911

28 THE KVJSrtLNG STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 101L 3 H if ROOSEVELT II LEAVES FOR CALfFORNfA .Jffl PHOENIX, Ariz., March 20. Thco- "xjB 4 dore Roosevelt comploted bis tour l9 J through New Mexico and Arizona , $U 2 when he departed tonight for Los flfl i Angeles. 3 f Colonel Rooscrclt, sun-burned to a '$Jll ruddy hue by his long motor rldeB of iSlff the last two or three days, 8pent a elf' rory busj' tlmo ln pboen,x- 'BC H's address to a gathering of more '$$ f than 5,000 people In the city plaza '?M J ftt ro'd-dfty was the featuro of the i, t& i day. But It was by no means all that 'Ju I the colonel wa3 called up to do He Vlfgj ii" attended a luncheon givoa him by ' iJm i tfl meII1Ders o( n,B Rough Rider reg- ijrSjr lment who are located in this part of Ml5f the territory, visited Governor Sloan ir' at tbo executive mansion, motored ',32l about the 'gToat valley irrigated by 3UB I e R00567 am an arrived at his J9M I car just before the train started. The 'foils 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. — 21 March 1911

M Vl THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911. ,fe H" I : ------------ M , Independent Newsaper ,7jgi Bl; ' (ESTABLISHED 1870-) " Q H j A NEWSPAPER'S DUPLICITY. flki' & i - Once-or twice a week Salt Lake has u bip pn.e fight carnival, nIBj!j j under tire managemejit of what is termed the Manhattan club. jwaji J Monday rtighi hal a dozen fistic stars performed for a large audi- -fuSl CnCQ f BPtls- There were '"K24" Harris and "Chick''' McOJilles, B$; "EM" Bennett irad Youa Papke, "Red" Parry and "Kid" Gil- SHl oert, Torrag Lawfeuee and -2d" Bishop, and a number of other Hi '21' ' -- roped sxeca Op or two went down and out, to B 11 the joy cf 1 present, . I j . TUs rannads us that Ogden. Jrad a number of boxing contests M, ' i( a year ftgOj at "which tho pjrincipals were compelled to wear gloves I ' J' so Jarge.that the fighters tinned them pillows While those events Ml I were on, thone came a howling- protest from the Deseret News. The H editor, "vrfth a long, s...

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. — 21 March 1911

i THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911. - iH Rnf 5 ' STANDARD TELEPHONES IM& ': CALL up M&V ' STANDARD EXCHANGE. TmMt, ' Bell 56, to Communicate with any jwJEL , department I' RANDOM . 1 REFERENCES H. D. KlmbRll and wire of Salt ' lake City were visitors In the city 5 , ycaterdaj. Call Alien, phonea 2:. for carrlaijoi for funerals and operas. Prlvato calli a specialty. Also prompt delivery ot baggaga. 412 25th. A B. J. "Woodward, a business man J of Elko, was a visitor in Ogdon'yos- terday. (L WANTED Clean whlto rags at th tiw fitaadard. o. f John Stewart was among the Lo- 59fe '' gan vIsltorB In Ogden yesterday. 'H i Advertisers inuat havo tholr copy "p?3 s or e Evening Standard the ovenlnn reSJSjJ before the day on which tho advor- low : ftlsomeut Is to appear In order to In- gil(v , ture publication. S5 W. A. Alnfflee and wife of Wcndoll, iwlii Idaho, visited with friends In this ffM city on Sunday and Monday. 35 The general superintendent of tho mjj...

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. — 21 March 1911

' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1G11. 'f m T t Ti- " ' -TS Hi & if fjjggg Flight ff The northern flight of the if wild clucks occurs every year "lllj just as regularly as spring time Jffi conies round. fwM Cy :now ia the right thing M II to do. It is the thing that Nature Iljl tells them to do. Nature w the l!w safest guide'in the world. Mm That is why Pabst follows SB Nature's method in growing'the In znalt -which goc3 into PI Pabst H BlueRibbon. H The Beer of Quality HI 'ie Poh8t exclusive malting Bfcw- process allows the barley to 11 stow for eight days. Thus is II Nature copied, it taking eight III days for barley to sprout and kII start growing when-planted in E 1 J the ground. Ill In, this way, Pabst makes -sure U that all the rich food value of m Hn e Srain goes into Pabnt Blue Ijl Ribbon "beer. Hi i Made and Bottled Only Kjb by Pabst at Milwaukee Hvjk Order a case. You will be de- HK(i lighted with its smooth, pleasant HlP-jr taste and its appetiz...

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. — 21 March 1911

EL H ; . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911. "'gasr T 11 Mh J . j J ' - - ' " , V r u H I pk that boy I I I OF YOUK'S I -s- 1 H-H HH--SI If 5L I should be dressed in 1 Rr i one of our iron-clad I fci steel riveted school j F suits. j ' The cloth will i M ! wear like iron, while J H the sewing is as 3 I strong as iron rivets, a I As usual, prices I I are low. I 1 $3.50 to $5.00 1 ItHEBARONCO. I 2345iiY,as!V, m;i,i J I WE DRY CLEAN ' I' GENTLEMEN'S GARMENTS. erfSii Your clothes arc thoioughly tud telRj eaTely cleaned when sent to our French HHBS Dry Cleaning- department. HHgj We clean fabric, lining and padding Mfll thoroughly. We take out stnlns, re- IIUH more soil, brighter: end freshen up aBB the fabric and renotv the nap. , H Our process, performed 1)' the aid I H of costly machinery and supplies can- Kg not be duplicated in any establishment j H not so well equipped as ours, and we J ( H make your clothes look better and Btay In good condition louver. nH S...

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. — 21 March 1911

Hll THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, TJTAH," TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911. l 1 TkfeA fl a wt H IK lPH ijf H A aV W J )W n w II J Superiority in k III ' Wholesomeiiess w n 1 Established: 1 HI! W & tisovegffltn&sit Reports, I IBI I Hfgjligst Award I HI I World's. CotaoMan Exposition, I K I NEW THEATER IS M FORCED TO MOVE H' ' I NHW YORK, March 20. Tbo New Mb J theater bnllding,, which has proved too mS ,fl largo a home for tho aesthetic theat- HK. J ileal project lnunohod In tho 'winter HFly of 1009 by wealthy patrons of the dra- HVIl mn has been leased to George C. Ty. jl Jer of Lleblcr & Co. Hn W Tho New theater company hod pre- Li nriotisly announced Its Intention of Wm I ' moving, and negotiations aro said to 1 mfe e on or no Purchase a SQ 'n Hr 'IS- the nenrt of tlie th&atrlcal dlstricL Plfl THE WAITER IN FICTION. BBBl All the world looa a waiter, we Hnwa trc told, and a recent American, wrlt- HflnHX er actually attributes much of Dick- 1H:, enB' popularity not merely beca...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 22 March 1911

f LET, YOUR WANTS BE f 1J JUJ d TVtSt-vlA WEATHER FORECAST I 1 ; KNOWN IN THE II I II? TIFIilJ lU kill JLll LI "iTSS; I EVENING STANDARD CU'-fJ-V " Wt r H IM IH WI'Vr V R0W; not much ohan,ge. i ' v p zz 1' ORTY-FIRST YEAR-NO. 69 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN -CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 22, 19U Entered as Second Class Matter at the PostofficeOgdenUtah , VI " .-' ' H ens BORDER i f ' j Mexicans Drive Off I American CattIeU. S. Troops in Field I San Antonio, March 32. Additional ' details of the situation at Chishos ' and at Alpine, where Mexican marau- ;' dura, supposed tobe Insurgents, cross- ' . cd the Rio Grande yesterday and i drove American cattle across the j , border, were awaited at the maneu- ', vers camp today. ; A heavy rain fell last night but j Gen. Smith, undeterred by the weath- : er, started on the practice march this ' morning at 8 p. m. Tho column num bered 2.23S men and 118 officers. Troops on a' Special. . El Paso, March 22j A special train took a troop of caval...

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. — 22 March 1911

aaar 5 aLLH a A H 1 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1911. . m g Hll Clothes for Field or IBtl Function THE beat ready-to-wear suit that you can purchase will not fit heiv r satiety you perfectly. The WFm Prlce you will havo to pay mill bo III onelly equal to that for -which you Hfba enn obtain one of our TaUorod-to- HH your-mcaauro suits. Hfll Wear clothes made espoclally fr Hfjf you to your special order. They'll f I look and feol like It. j $20 to $50 V , M. H. VAN DYKE K 2477 Hudson Avenue. jl New Peory Building. H . 1 : A New Flour m Milled from a blend of IL HP ft Bki Stem, Turkey Bed and WfU i! choicest dry land, bard -wheats. Bfl Sfweet as ihoney and pure as KIM dew. The cream of all floors. HIAj $1.20 per sack no more, no Bi less. If you are hard to please ill BEE IB HIVE H FLOUR 'He1 I rAek your grocer for it g j Utah Milling Co. K Have You Had I If the Grippe? HjR For tbase bad coofba fol- U) lowing tha frtppa, tliero ii HH nothing1 Vke on oik faftb...

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. — 22 March 1911

i THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1911 3 IM I ' ROOSEVELT BUSY IN I0S ANGELES j$ h LOS ANGBLES, March 21. UnmJs. ; i tnlcably enthusiastic waB the reception v? given Colonel Theodore Roosevelt dur M 1 ing the first of the two days stay In i Lob Angeles. Cheering crowds grect- ed tho colonel, upon his arrival ct the I railroad station in the morning, and j J they continued to voice their approval ' 4 of him whoever ho appeared, on the j street or elrcwherc. It was Bald by thoso who tr'eled with him on the train across tho contlnont to have been by far the most enthusiastic re V coptlon given tho colonel at any place ,; he has been. During the day Colonel Roosevelt delivered two set speechesf before ' large audiences, made an hour's in for C mal talk at a luncheon In his honor and tonight addressed an assemblage Ij In Pasadena on tho subject of his ex IJ periences In Africa. ff t The first address was at tho T. M. j C A., whore Colonel Roosevelt spoke I for a q...

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. — 22 March 1911

VjLl bKt H j. THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1911. B h . m . . . . . . ... -------- - i K Ml ; , II JBXjje lEittttttg tanbatln An Independent Newspaper fe Iff (ESTABLISHED 1870..) "" BEgg WM' jSfflf THAT AEMY MYSTERY. 'JM Two weoks after the Ameriacn army was rushed to tlxe Mexican HI j borcrer, the mysterr remains unsolved. M ' Tho Philadelphia North. African, replying lo a correspondent fa who inquired as to tko object of tho pell-mell rush Of troops to the mm Southwest, eaidt j "We think w have'the ablest of all the Wii&hinglon jj correspondents. We do pot depend upon any one Ainen- can or foreign news service. We have well-equipped I Bources of information in every capital of the world, nide- 1 pendent of official censorship. For :i weelc by cable, tele- I graph and lon-diatanco telephone, we have been busy in I. tho endeavor to gain an intelligible, substantial understand- I ing of what the President of the United States means by his jl call to arms...

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