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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 22 March 1911

S&kh ' THE EVENING STANDARD: OQDEN. UTAH. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1911. ... L, ' m ? You Know the Signs IS j ' f biliousncss-thc out-of-sorts feeling, headache, dull eyes, IM I doziness, bad taste, sallow skin, sick stomncb. Get rid of these fB ; better' You " do lhls cas,I' ad prevent return ofihe troubles,- I BEECHAM'S PILLS 19 ' ' n B 1 ""'"nlfi f. nnd rdIabI corrective. A few small doses of H , liecchom s Fills will provo their vnluo to you they will tone up your Ul ' 7, j ' removc tbc s tfns oT biliousness, help you out of stomach and liver I! K disorders, keep-your kidni-js active nnd your bowels regular. Tried and H alvraia effective, Bcccham s Pills aro tho family remedy which always H Should be on Hand Hfl l Th difedom In crery box aro Terr YIuM. Boxej 10c and 25c. I f? ' 1 1 I WARD'S NINTH ANNUAL OPENING, I Sjj. I .WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1911. I -? H I & I I hH5 1 I f ' I 1 m 1 I iiresnmem-s ana good music atternoon aud evening. All are VH j I cordially invited. To our ...

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. — 22 March 1911

I Hll' ' k THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1911. s- f K 6 .... ! r- We Are Proud PROUD to announce that our Spring and Summer Clothing awaits your jrjI inspection. Proud to urge you to If jUj come and see it, toexamine it, to try-on a suit B Jj or. an overcoat it IK For we know that whatever the test to B jj i vhich you may subject them our clothes will j j 5, make good for us and make doubly good for 1 i J' mML - Come and see for yourself what we are Rtlf offering. Come now, while the lines are com-. if Mi plete and the assortment large." FRED M. NYE CO. jm 2413 Washington Avenue Vl i - .. . . . - . ml WE DRY CLEAN Iff GENTLEMEN'S s GARMENTS. -;"7,.. H Yoar clothes uro "thoroughly and H eafely cleaned when sent to our French, H Dry Cleaning department. H We clean fabric, lining and padding HK thoroughly We tako ont stains, re 's raovo soil, brighteh aad freshen up V the fabric and renew the nap. I By" Our process, performed by. the aid K - i of costly machin...

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. — 22 March 1911

J. THE EVENWa STANDARD: 00D15N, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, MAHOH 22, 1911. ... . , ? ' p : """" .. ITV"aBSXBSSaB35BaE3SBH5aGSaaE9BE9 BECKER'S BEERI T I A simple problem j Jf I in -addition , - j I Nourishment I 1 " ill Becker's Best I Simple, isn't it? I Hall I Vet absolutely correct atiBmMk1' rr day from Hpiii yr lcal dealer I it feiy I RANDOM J REFERENCES 6.! . Spl A (Continued Irom Pago Fire l ! STEER beof at California market 12G 1Mb. Colonists' Trains The colonist traf fic on the Harrlman Hues continues to bo heavy.. Yesterday Hie special train bearing homescekers to points In Cali fornia went west ocr the Southern Pacific and all the regular trains wore filled hy the people seeking new homes In the west. THE Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire men and Englnemen will give their thirteenth annual ball at the Imperial Dancing Acadoniy Thursday evening, March 23, 1911 Police Court Fred MathewB and ,W( George Howard, charged with vag- rancy In poller court this morning, H entered pleas of not gui...

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. — 22 March 1911

H c THE EVENING STANDARD: OGN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1911. . 'fl Mi 6" " I4H l ""jr,x (that boy I OF YOUR'S I should be dressed in I I one of our iron-clad I I steel riveted school I I suits. I i The clotK will I h ji I wear like iron, while 1 Hr- - I the sewing is as I H. I strong as iron rivets. B I As usual, prices B 1 are low. V if I 3.50 to $5.00 H. ! THEBARONCO. H ,1 le j LIMANTOUR HAS V DISAPPOINTED TAFT T?i !' H.r! Jh. Washington, March 22r-Presldet l i J Sr Sjatt and onbint- et today (or H V , ' J firt timolln moro tham,t-ro weeks. H-jj ' J The- Mexican situation waB (11b- Hfii i 'cussed hriefly. A strong: hope Is ex- H(,' ' 'jL psea-ed In administration circles that Hf 'conditions in Mexico wfll Improve Hfi , Bteedlly. The Washington t govern- 1 m ; (rnent is arrxlous that the two fac- V & ' fons in Mexico shall got tog-ether. IJI ' Intense O-sappointnient is ex- H VflB pre Bed here, however over the fact H 1H 'that Finance Minister Llmantour has 7 r8een fit to se...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 23 March 1911

6?fc ?' ' "4ter By il K & l"1 J A, - -r If LET YOUR WANTS; jf J W 4 'M Jv 2k T W V A WEATHER FORECAST j 1 1 KNOWN IN THE J ' PTr llFll lllll 2s9lfl 1 1 I t I 11 $ffl?S I f. evening standard lIJ MVt W Mi IHI IVll V Tt II1 1 f' 4 - J I rz - T . . 1 . 1 m FORTY-FIRST YEAR-NO. 70 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY:,, UAH,- THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH. 23, 9U Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice, Qgdeh, Utah t wiUTrn yw fill 8 ril j I B 1 1 1 1 IHD 'WSF War Department Is Ke Suiting As in a Time of War Chicago, March 23. Two tele grams fromi the war department In Washington' woie received at the R headquarters of the local recruiting station, urging thnt officers take ateps to enlist all possible recruits. The i. first telegram rdad as follows: "Largo number of Infantry .re cruits required. Plaice special ef forts accordingly. , By order of the 5 adjutant general. (Signed) Alvord, Adjutant-General." , j The message was .telephoned to tho various HUb-statlons with iriBtrtic tlons to s...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 23 March 1911

11 . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1911. 3fc H v ! ' ' :r III Clothes for Field or lH ! Function f ' B HE bwt ready-to-wear suit that Hi- I y" can purchase will not fit ma i ' or aatlofy you perfectly. The ft prioQ you will hae to pay will bo HKl ' Gristly equal to that for which you ill can obtain ono of our tfallored-to- Nl 3 your-moaaure Bults. rigf l "Wear clothes made especially for HI ' . you to your special order. They'll a look and fee) llko it, II r ?20to$50 , 1 M. H. VANDYKE 3 2477 Hudson Avenue " New Poery BuUdlng. Have You Had j I the. Grippe P B m 1 For those bad coughs fol- j J i J8 -1 lowinS the grippe, there is, 1, I'll I mi M1 &otnS like our old fashion- 1 ajjl I I IjftL 1 WHITE PINE AND TAR 1 If JUL I COMPOUND; 1 wH 1 to cure them: 1 m WM. DRIVER &j H SON DRUG CO. j I'Hfj 2453 Washington Ave. I lwff Both Phones 38. 1 ' , B' ': ' , ' " If InmJm If I See The I Volker-Scowcroft I Lumber Co. . IK Before Buyfimg II Anywhere W" Either Pho...

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. — 23 March 1911

SL' ' w THE EVENING STAWDABD: OODEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, MABOH 23, 1911. J , . ', r - .,., -, . i i -i . antaBanaaBKBaHlMBBBMBnB3aiSIBIHIBjll il 1 OWEN TALKS ' TO ILLINOIS I LEGISLATORS , SPRINGFIELD. March 22. Despite Iff threats and predictions that ho would fly be Interfered with by Lorimcr parti- mvk sanE 'n tne in'n0's legislature, Robert Hjftt L- Owen, U. S. senator from Ok- B H lahoma, delivered a forceful lecture on I. W the referendum and Initiative at a ft meeting of the house and Judiciary II committer this afternoon. Ho suffered no open discourtesy, although several M Lorlmerltes on the committee did not m attend the meeting Maohlnfc Politicly. ', Senator Owen Bald the question of the initiative and referendum Is a fight between organized greed and the people. Tho time has come to put ' an end to bribery and corruption and to machine pollUcB, he said. "Wc understand themachine poli tician," continued Senator Owen, "HG If? human and be is mUch like ouf i selves. Ho is playing...

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. — 23 March 1911

HP THE EVENING STANDARD f OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1912. ' F M, i ' ' . vWZ An Iiidcpciidleinit Newspaper g l (ESTABLISHED 187-) ta Vgg''- DH1 m',,j"m ii IjHjJ OGDEN FRUTT THE BEST, rSP ' 9?e years ago this district was producing wormy fruit. Then a '"" HH ' campaign was started for the eradication of orchard pests aud to- ("im ey M a ret result of that campaign, the country around Ogden uffl ba9 somo of the "" in tho Unitd Stat- . . ' " . fflf hs district is today the bout sprayed nn'd pruueel orchard Sill country in tDe Jnberm,ounUin fcejon, lljP There is nothing Hire organized eCfprt. j, Hk, AH EXPSBTS OPINION. H With, ffta constructing of the reservoir in Souih Jfork. some of I the best orchawl lands in this oonnty will be brought uudor cultr mM ration. That i( the opinion of R. N. R-asniubScu, horticuUurul in- Hf spector, 1 -. Raanxnasen, aays the henah lands produce the finest quality HI of fnut and, with a high-line canal, thousands of acres, now used H only for grazi...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 23 March 1911

m - TH3 EVENING STANDARD OGHEN. UTAH. THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1911. $ 5 " I! j J Cigs8i5oii Shoes I I I FOR MEN AND WOMEN CT 1 Genuine foot comfort for tender I sensitive, aching feet. The cushion 1 sole, which is firmly built in with I the upper, forms a pillow and quickly r 1 gi7es relief and keePs the feet warm in M 1 winter and cool in summer. Mayer I I Yerma Cushion Shoes are made in the 1 I most approved and up-to-date styles, H I but with the one idea of making them 1 , m R comfort shoes to the fullest degree. i Mayer Yerma Cushion Slices f I will appeal to the man or woman who 8 I appreciates genuine foot comfort They B 1 are the only shoes for burning, sensi- Mm I rive, smarting, feverish and tender feet Wf I Made for both men and women tSMk I in many styles and all sizes. 040!$w&& The genuine have the MA 1 Mayer Trade Mark j lRM I H stamped on the sole. A WMk ' I Be sure and look for it Bl I Sold by leading shoe deal- JSST II ers everywhere. If youi mWps. sSJj I dealer...

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. — 23 March 1911

1 ' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. THURSDAlf, MARCH 23, 1911. fit Hi . 1 Hh I OGDEN THEATER 1 Baft ) 1 TONIGHT Prices, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 I EDWARD TERRY fM I "Sweet liavender" I H I Seats Now Selling 1 Will isaaMHHiHBSiBiasiBHHmi i CONTEST TO END If COOKING SCHOOL H - Handsome Prizes Will Be Awarded Friday Afternoon at Closing H Session Auction Sale for Benefit of Carnegie Library- gf Will Be a Feature. Bft Tho Stand ard-Examlnor's big cook- fej Jn& bchool closes tomorrow. Hl At the close of tho last demonstra- 1 tlon to bo given by Mrs. Armstrong H from 2:30 to 4-30 o'clock, tho various n I articles entered In. tho special contest V "will 'bo auctioned off for tho benefit H. 1 of th Carnegie Library. H No doubt tho attendance tomorrow K J "will -bo the largest of tho entire weok, L J f so great Is tho interest In tho conte6t H v and. so attractive aro tho prizes of- ' if fcrod. R 1 Brery woman 1 opes ghe will win Arml the aluminum w or tho cabinet gas K rango, but av...

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. — 23 March 1911

K THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1911. 7 ; 'H IM RANDOM j j REFERENCES ' (Continued from Paso Flvo 1 "Weber county lias rcacheit the 11m- It of Uk growth unless moro water jf. ia secured. Havo you $100 to help build up Weber count), and nt the wlt' satae time dbublc your money? rRt STEER beef at California market. J2G Ww 2Gtb" ' " 'tmWjl Arc you for Ogdon? Then come jMlp in" the meeting at the court house. -BJEk Saturday, at 2 o'clock. iirl THB Brotherhood of T-ocoraoUve Flre- s BWF men and "Englneinen will give their If thirteenth annual ball at the Imperial V if Dancing Academv ThursdaV evening, J-1 March 22, 1911. ' If a ; reward to the knocker who can "'Jj a make a good point against the res- f orvoir dam. H U Before selecting our Spring Hat, It E.( "will pay you to visit Iho Five Points JRI-i Millinery, 238 "Washington Ave. Municipal Court Suits The Utah A Implement & Vehicle company has , brought suit against ( A. Fallentlnc f In the municipal court...

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. — 23 March 1911

Br 1 3 . SB EVENING 3TANDARD: OQDEN;,PTAhT THURSDAY, MARCH 2S, 1911. t , W I A BIG SPREAD OF I NEW SPRING I SHIRTS I nowrendy to ohoose. Every 1 conceivable style and pat- I tern is represented in this, 1 showing of good ! shirts. 1 Prices are low I 75c to $2.00 1 THE BARON GO. 1 2345 Wash. Ave. I 4 I " !, iSMITH DIVORCE ' i ! CASE IS ENDING H' H i t In tho district court this morning H j -the divorce case of Leonard U. Smith H ; against Mars E. Spjlth. was. .r.eEpmed. Hl 1 Mrs. Smith testified to 'tho llttlo Ht c . differences she had with her husband r 1 land told of being sent to the Indian H 1 t" reservation in Wasatch county to Hi j. homestead a pleco of land. She said Vj l I , she remained. on the place five years H J and during tha't tlrao he visited her HL 1 l only a fw times. She aloo stated that i, j . while on the reservation, something k j rooro than a year ago, her husband S j had told her he wanted a divorce. Hm1 She felt that another woman had "won ylU j his affection...

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. — 24 March 1911

LET YOUR WANTS BE Y jl iLiAi'lliV TVf'M IW m I LEATHER FORECAST I FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO., 7J PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY, UTAH FRipAY ENING, MARCH 24, 9 " " Entered as Second Class Matter afthe Postoffice, Ogden, Utah I HOLD IIP IA TRAIN Six Masked Men Get Loot Valued at $20,000 n? ' CoffoyvWo, Kaa.. Mch. 24. For two 'Mi hours last night six masked men held St. Louie, Irou Mountain &. Southern ' passenger train No. 104 at a stand n still on the pralrlo about six miles j south of this city, while they blew 2fc open a safe in the exprosB car and g escaped in two automobiles currying 3 with thom money and valuables jf which It Is believed will amount to ; $20,000. The train left Little Rock, at 8:30 o'clock yeBtorday morning, bound for Kansas City. It was made of a com i hlnation baggage, mall and express fj car, a day coach, a chair car, a sleep ing car a dining car, an observation and smoking car. Tho train reached Lenapah, Okla, Just south of this city, over the Oklahoma lino, abo...

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. — 24 March 1911

THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH; FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1911. - - . - . .-- 1 1 i 55. t a I ' j At Fountain & Eli where !J & Ak for HORLICKT V; I The Original and Gmuln ? MALTED MILK Kj Mhti Food-rlrlnk for All Ages. ; H At restaurants, hoteli, and fountabi.' j Delicious, invigorating and sustaining. B WP l n your sideboard at home. Don't travel without it. f j A quick lonck prepared in a bubq0. Take no imitation. Just say "HORUCTS." to io Combine or Trust j ir i I 1 j I After All il. HESS f BLUE I I RIBBON I I BREAD 8y 1 ; .r is always AHEAD in Wffit . QUALITY and M QUANTITY, n. ife Sold by most of Ogdcn'a ht W grocers. Some grocers prefer to jir sell other kinds of bread be-- lit ; ', cause they make a larger I'll it ptfit HKjl Look for the Red, White and ilty Blue Label. jl ENLISTMENTS OF MEN. r fM CHICAGO. March 23. The -war do wlr partmeut ia o eager to enlist 'men YkM that In aoTeral cases today recruits lH "wbo d'd DOt come UP to tho regular Wm physical requirements were ...

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. — 24 March 1911

ggil; -- THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1011. 3 ICORNERING A ! MARKET NOT I VIOLATION OF UW NEW YORK, March 23. Judge Noyes, of the United -f j States circuit court, handed ; 4- down a decision this afternoon -f i refusing to quash the second 4- cotton pool Indictment against 'j James A. Patten, Eugene G. ; Scales. Frank B. Hayno. Wll- 2 Ham P. Brown and Colonel Rob- '" -- ert M. Thompson. He sustain- ed certain technical contentions 4- and dlamlssed others. The In- dictmont charges conspiracy -f - lu restraint of lnter-stato trade - -f In cotton, on which the defend- -f f ants must Htand trial. I Judge Noyes ruled that the corner :f Ing of a commodity In the market does if not constitute a violation of the Sher f man anti-trust, law. unless It can be shown that the direct effect of the fio f called corner would be to restrain or obstruct Interstate traffic. This re Hiilt would be remote In the present case, the court ruled, as the effect of the "corner" was to...

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. — 24 March 1911

F """' "" SHMBHMHBHHI H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. FRIDAY, MARCH 2 ion. A. tadepHent Newspaper B (ESTABLISHED 1870.) U:r i- " v F THEY ARE BUILDING THE LD3RARY. r There are two men who deserve special mention for giving their H fait efforts in the upbuilding of the Carnegie Free Library. They H are Ber. J. B. Carrer and ,T. "W. Abbott, members of the library H bosrd. They are the men who appealed to A. I Ucytvooil and James H Filigree and bo aroused the interest of those vitiz'eus'iii tin? needs of H fhe jurenile department of the public institute as to husp them to H Magnanimously come to the aid of the children, each' with a cash H contribution of $500. 1 A LABORER IN THE OGDEN VINEYARD H Rev. P. V. Fisher of the Methodist church, as head of the B Chautauqua assembly to be held in Ogden canyon this summer, has H demonstrated his ability as an organizer, proving a brilliaut laborer ' in the accomplishment of a most difficult task. Fev.' of us conceded to him success when he...

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. — 24 March 1911

1 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1911. " 5 H f Clothes for Field or I Function ' ii HE best ready-to.vvear cult that K I you can purchase will not fit V or satisfy you perfectly. The M prico you will havo to pay will be ' easily equal to that for -which you ! can obtain one of our Tallored-to-;' your-nioaBure suits. Wear clothes made especially for you to your special order. They'll look and feel like It. ?20 to $50 M. H. VAN DYKE ; I 2477 Hudson Avenue. i New Peory Building. 2ND mv TEARS NOW II LEAD, Standing of the Teams. Won. Lost, PrCt. ' Second Ward -1 0 1000 ,; Third Ward 3 1 .750 ! ; Fourth Ward 3 1 .750 '.; Seventh Ward 3 2 .500 Iff Fifth Ward 1 3 .250 Eighth Ward 0 4 .000 By defeating the hitherto unbeaten " ; I Third ward boys, the basket ball team . .; of the Second ward retained Us posl , ' tion at the top of the column In the Z ' : league standing, while their opponents : must content themselves with second , . place. The game was played on the I" S...

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. — 24 March 1911

M 6 THE EVENING STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1911. j I 11 ee Whiz, III I 'if vl ; Village Scandal! H 7 til ijA 3 The models found in the new Crawford H vJLK1M 'me are sucn a coection of warm ones as H j XjSjf yu "ever saw before in all your life. Each H J of these shoes has individual character- H V r istics; they are all Stunners! H ji , We have these new Crawf ords in the most popular leathers; H we have them in all sizes and in several grades. Each Crawford H is a standard of value at its price. Crawford styles are howling hits ; -our new styles are "showing th e way" to the other fellows. Come H and see them. I FRED "M. NYE. CO. H 2413 Washington Avenue Bi I MASS MEETING SATURDAY I MEANS MUCH FOR OGDEN HL Farmers of Himfsville Joie With the People of i Plain City, Harrisviite and Other Sections of She HI County in Endorsing like Water Storage HI PlansBusiness Men of Ogden and Hfj Others Will Aid in Assuring Success H to Movement to Build a Large H Reservoir in South ...

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. — 24 March 1911

f&j m B THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY,, MARCH 24, ! 1911. - 4 , ijfek A , . v c -7 H ! I A SAVING OF SCORES OF I J I PENNIES AND MANY A 1 ;i DOLLAR I jj! J,., H v . We have learned how to keep expenses down H . 19 -' and are satisfied with a small margin of profit. ! iy i IH ' We propose to make this store the best men's Em y i ' I store in town to trade at, we leave nothing H U ' ; H unturned to win the favor of Ogden 's eco- H ut '" H nomical buyers. K FOR INSTANCE g H Tomorrow we place on sale ' l, O ' These suits are ordinarily sold at $20.00 in Ifi B other stores and compare favorably with suits fefi If sold at $22.00 at some stores. tig ! ; I THE BARON CO. 3 : I 2345 WasMngJon Avenue I" i I Have oy &ad j I ihs Grippe f j I For those bad coughs fol- i lowing the grippe, there is y i H nothing like our old fashion- j W I WHITE PINE AND TAR J I COMPOUND. ibdwI I t ci;re them. 1 .V SON OHIO 00. Jf 2453 Washington Ave. 1 , jjjl Both Phones 38. Jj 1 MITCHELL BROS...

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. — 24 March 1911

, c iforfr" THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAROH 24, 1911. i Hi v . : - p. j I ; i " i .KBHHiHBHHBaMMHw 1 f W Hfj, I. Sixty $Years 'f ha Standard v I Dr.PRICE'S ORE AM 1 I I Baking Powder H I' 'It makes home balding easy H 1 and gives nicer, better and I cleaner food than the " ready- t I made." There Is no baking j I powder or preparation like it j I v or equal to it for quickly and ft H perfectly making the delicate I H hot biscuit, hot bread, muffin, I cake and pastry. I I No AlumNoLime Phosphates I 9 "Alum in baking powder is dan- I l J r gerons and should be prohibited." 1 It 1 Prof., Schweitzer, State Univ., Mo; I j ?-pURE.GOLD'FROM I (s NEW DISTRICT t' c When one can find honeycombed H) felron quartz -with, nodules of gold, as big Ht ' Das the tip of a ma.n.'& finger running lh! SD9 Prc, the average minor things HI: fte has a pretty good thing, and --this RlB tho caco with F. E. Sullivan and H I f?P. W. Oorteltwo practical youns-min-IJ I era, who the first of ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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