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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 25 March 1911

M j I LET YOUR WANTS BE I JL jLl fe ? rfV 4 T VM rVVfrlN WEATHER FORECAST I mi known in the- .11 1 1 W7 HIhI 1 Vw 1 1 11 1 HM t 1 1 1 lNl 1 11 1 " Vd ZXZZ 91 ? m I EI fel fflr a ! JFHfi nB mm m I hi cloudy with local rains h SI; 'ENING STANDARD Xkr JSL iSJLy JLaJIfcllA R'ftJIL-ml klAil BL.1L IRmJaH. P . or snow tonight or sunday; H . ,l,.w T, I Iff 'fr " TB -TB' WV" W W W' COOLER IN NORTH PORTION TO- H afljj J ZaP V-ml . 7 nigh H 1: i q S?- ' 9 1 Fortyflrst Year No. 72-Price Five Cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, .INARCH 25, 191116 PAGES Entered as Second Claos Matter at the Postofficc, Ogdan, Utah. J B HUM GOES DOWN Iir WITH A Tf ESTLE m Seven Killed and More Than a Dozen Injured in J jf a Wreck of the Dixie Flyer in Georgia Train Was, Crossing- a Bridge When the Crash ? Came Which Sent the Cars to the N Bottom of a River. IK Ocilla, Ga March lo. Seven pcr- HB i; sons were killed and more than a doz- KS en Injured when the Dixie flyer, on EiJB' the Atlantic Coast IJne. run...

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. — 25 March 1911

H 2 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1911. - ; Clothes for Field or H Function THE best ready-to-wear suit that you can purchase will not fit h or satisfy you perfectly. The H price you will havo to pay will be H easily equal to that for which you H can obtain one of our Tallorcd-to- H yonr-measuro suits. Wear clothes mndo especially for you to your spoci.il order. They'll M look aud feel like It, $20 to $50 M. H. VAN DYKE H 2477 Hudson Avenue. M New Peery Building. I After All I HESS I BLUE I RIBBON I BREAD H is always AHEAD in I QUALITY and - QUANTITY. H Sold by most of Ogden's best H tjrocers. Some grocers prefer to H sell other kinds of bread be- H cause the' mako a larger H profit. M Look for the Red, White and H Bluo Label. H U. S. DEPOSITARY. I FIRST NATIONAL BANK I CF OGDEN, UTAH H Capital and Undivided Profits 1 275,000X10. H David Eccle3, Pres. H G. H. Tribe, Vlce-Preo. M John Watson, Vlce-Pres. H M. S. Browning, Vlce-Pres. H John Pingree, Cashier. M ...

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. — 25 March 1911

JS. ' ' V v THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1911. . .. , , S fl I' m&n JX.t;lJULt;aL Lilt? JpitJdLaULlt; Ol - p a lul r I HE spring styles in millinery-rea'dy to wear-fabrics and novelties, will be dis- v' I."! I J I&& J played for your inspection. The store will be dressed in keeping with the";" Jj 'I J: wA occasion. Each department will display its spring merchandise for easy inspection. ,r: M j; ffiffi This will be the most noteworthy fashion event ever attempted in Ogden. This " &J m ' opening is the product of thought and tireless efforts. It is the result of months of I. HJJ I H 11 planning and we want you. to enioy it. ' mM I I ' 1

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. — 25 March 1911

i 'I I H 4 THE EVENING STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1911. k i! I Ijf lining ftetthari' fl An Independent Newspaper " . r ar yUNION 1 &vy)LABEL H (ESTABLISHED 1870..) " VS- JUDGES, LIQUOR AND POLITICS. H Wo agree with the Suit Lake Tribune that the election of H judges, ut a time when political contention ig most bitter, tends to H give to Utah judges who too often are good politicians but poor W jurists. The Tribune sfts: k H! "It would be a blessing to this state if some way could H be found to remove the election of judges .from the poli- H tical squabbles and fights that occur periodically in the H partisanship that naturally attaches to the elections. As we H have it, our judges are elected at the same time as we H elect the President and the state officers. To have them H chosen at some other time, as is quite commonly the case H in other states, would clearly be to tho public advantage, H and the bur, which knows the caliber of the judges bet- H tcr than the ...

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. — 25 March 1911

1 ' THE EVENING STANDARD: OQDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1911. ' . 5 H m 1 : STANDARD ' TELEPHONES ' . CALL UP I STANDARD EXCHANGE. 'I Bell 56, tg Communicate with any department. 1 ; Ii RANDOM l REFERENCES ? C. G. Little, of Malad, is transact- ing biisincas in this city. Call Allen, phones 2Z, tor carriages for funerals and operas. Private nalla a specialty. Also prompt delivery of baggage. 412 25th. The stork, paid a vlstt to Uie home of Jlr. and Mrs. Robert Price, Thursday evening', aiid left a fine ten-pound baby girl. WANTED Clean white raga at th Staudard. - -. J. W. Byron, of Elko. Nevada, Is spending a few days with friends In A Ogden. r AdvertloerB must have their copy V for the Evening Standard the evening I before the day on which the adver t tlseinent Is to appear in order to In ly suro publication. I J- C. A. Latimer, of Grand Junction, 1 Colo,, arrived yesterdav for a brlof i visit with old friends In this city. J F, R. Perchln, superintendent of the I- SL P , M. &a...

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. — 25 March 1911

iiiHI H M Q ' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, IGii. L . , I BUILDING ON I HUDSON IS I RESUMED. H An amicable scttlomont has been M yeached botwecn the Howell Invest- H ment company and Lho James H. Spar- M go company, regarding tnc boundary H lino botwoon property ownod by tho H two parties, over which Lhcro has H been a dispute. Tho disagreement H lead to injunction proceedings, Instl- H tuted by tJio Spargccompany, stop- H ping the erection of tho north wall M of the Howell buBlnosB block on Hud- H son avpnuo, between Twenty-fourth H and Twenty-fifth streets. Tho Bettlo- H ment between the parties was tho means of tho Howell oompany rosum- H Ing building operations this morning. M Brick work on otl)0r buildings In the H city was somewhat retarded by the M cold wave, with snow and sleet, which H swept over tho city at an early hour. M The delay, hoovor, did not have much , M effect on' building becnuso It was of M short duration. HHI nn I THE PEOPLE of our ci...

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. — 25 March 1911

I THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1911 7 jf H H r RANDOM i: 1 REFERENCES ' i : (Continued from Pao Five ) i ' i j "Crucified Under Pontluc Pilate," Is i : tho reading of tbe lamous creed of history. The, treachery and Inhuman I : condftlons and results or the civil trial of -Christ under that Roman leader ' : -cvlll 1)0 tho themo Sunday night In the i evening sermon In the FIrBt Presby- i ' terlan church The evening music will ! J j bo a featuro of tho service. - ' STBER beef nt California market. 120 V f Z 25th. Child Breaks His Arm Bale Phll- lips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. - Phillips, aged 13 years, foil while A , climbing a ladder at No. 2 Ore station A yesterday afternoon and broke his left ;i arm. Tho boy was not otherwise in- 7l Jurcd and his condition Is not sorious. f Deforo selecting your Spring Hat, it X will pay you to visit the Five Points f Millinery, 23S Washington Ave. Miss Iret,a Chambers has Just re- ! turned tb her home In this city afte...

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. — 25 March 1911

H S THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDBN, UTAH, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1911. " f I Let Drew Marshall Fill Your PreGcrlptlons. 1 Some time you may want your drug-gist in a hurry. Your H doctor has loft your prescription and you have no way to get 1 to your druggist. Telephone us, we will immediately send I for your prescription, fill and promptly return it with no I extra charge to you. I Both Phones 184 I MARSHALL DRUG CO. I DREW MARSHALL, Mgr. 1 Hudson Ave. and 26th St. - I BATTLE RAGINB ON I liTERNATIOKAL I BOUNDARY H f 1 J . TECATE Mexico, March 24. HMflj An attack thru commenced fl shortly before S o'clock tonight .J- -t- from three sides on the rbxl- V HMH can federal position on Tecute HHJ -t- hill by what Is reported to bo HHJ -f- h forco of 150 rebels, continued , HMfl -f- for one hour and censed as sud- HHJ -t- denly as it began There wore -t- HHJ - no casualties on the federal J side. VI H -T H The federal position is on a small, I H rocky hill north of Tccato and the H line of defens...

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. — 25 March 1911

i PjjTiZJ : THE, EVENING STANDARD Tjjjrilijjg I I FORTY-FIRST YEARcTTrfr I OGDEN CITY. UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 1?11 " ; , PRICE FIVE CENTS ' " I I CGOKINQ ;EN-CASSEROLE ? I Jjlj; Countries - - By HELEN LOUISE JOHNSON j Women I s5 ( . :j - 11 If FOREIGN UTENSILS II MORE ECONOMICAL f& ft i5 Less Fuel Needed for Covered Earthen Vessels Sj-JJ Invaluable for Small Cuts and Birds and gl Particularly for Reheating Recipes 73ftj Iw-' Meats. Fruits and Vegetables 5, , aTiV Drii ' I MP -H3 flr8L cooking dishes were mado ' ! ! 1 oi" pottery in which the primltlvo i fl woman boiled and stew ed and IW ' baked meats, vegetables, fruits 2J ' nnythlng which was not cooked In the Hk nshes or on a hardwood stick over the iti, flamo. Our Immcdlato ancestors In jjtj this country used only heavy motal K ! . dishes, principally Iron, In which to g cook their food. And It has taken S; many years of hard, back-breaking la- Sl' bor to ovolvo better adapted utcnslla Bfti, and return to pottery ...

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. — 25 March 1911

, -. (' iFARRAND CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO 1 and ' ' 1 VICTOR VICTROlA' J Ourecilian-Pianos. jsJjL ! I Jo furnish music at the Examiner's Cooking 1 Class, " ' 1 $500 Kimball Upright, pood as new, for .- $315 1 $500 Upright piano, New Mah or Oak $385 1 $475 Cabinet Grand, New Mah or Oak $365 -$450 Cabinet Grand, New Mahogany case $340 1 $450 Concert Grand, used threo months $331 1 $825 well-known make, slightly used $198 R $300 full-SMc Upright, new $178 1 $500 Estcy, damaged in handling $400 1 Sceond-hoad Organs from $15 up to $45. I H Buy a piano on the "Pay-as-you-usc-it" plan, $10 down and I H $6 a-month. 1 H Special Proposition to Buyers During This Solo Two dol- I H lars lor one plan. Pay us $15 down and we give you credit H for $20. Every dollar over $10 paid us aB first installment up H to $35-will be credited as two dollars. OGDEN MUSIC COMPANY v " r H "Everything in Music." 2730 Washington Ave. . . I Do Not Fail LM "While attending the cooking school, to take advantage of the m...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 25 March 1911

11 ' : ? M ! . THE OGDEN. STANDARD1 - 4'" I 5 . .to; ''. "Vie '"''"W II HITTER, QK Fiorny Part o Me 5a Payer Wio s Cae - Ikl I Ocrf a the Critical Moment to Bring in the Win- I fOsprricht. 1811. br tin New York Herald Co. All richti reserved 1 Hjl I v ID you ever sit through a game of baseball Hi 1 and fret on the fringe of. a nervous breakdown Mill I y m w"h the home team your tertm always trall- jf L- nE Just a jump behind Its opponent? Have 3flE you watched your favorites throw away op- IJjmIb portunity after opportunity- to win, and then have to ffiJiB resume the old uphill fight? jJB You are wretched. It is the ninth inning, and the 'MM Tisitors are still one run ahead. Two men are out. ySff Then the next hatter singles and another doubles. Wil leaving runners on second and third. The manager noWj a beckons to a player who has sat on the bench through- Mi T 0Ut tbe gama Ho ?0,s "P tDf's off his sweater. gj S picks up a couple of bats, and, walking out toward the s2 W plate, sta...

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. — 25 March 1911

BBBI BBI f I I THE OGDEN STANDARD -1 BBBl i . - I ROW MISS MANHATTAN 5 NUBS ,4-bONE GIKL bbbI J - 9 bbbbbbbm m mmm'r H EIXCEPT the Convenf or the Martha Washington, jp ------ - s rVJere (7a rte Yba;?c7 Woman Go to Make Her . , . ,ef,v ,s ' A -, - vVokV tsfer , BBBl - 'ZyJXi aA.- a-1 cb ! v H rCoortdcht. 1911. br tVi .Vctc Tori. nra!d Oo. AH rixtit rjrrrtl H ST, LOUIS, Saturday. IP a lono wonna were being ferried across the Styx to the City of Wonders by the Imposing Cburou, und the son of Erebus should shout In ber ear, "To which Droam Palace do you wish to go?" would Hj yon call her a coward If terror of the great uu- H known vibrated through her being? H Dream Palaces are all very well In n Christmas H pantomime, but when myriad Hashing pplres Ulng-up- H ward Into the black dome of night and a great, icenir H Ing, throbbing, untrodden city lies just beyond, the H natural caution which links the lone woman with H feline ancestors whispers, "The convent or tho H Martha Washington." ...

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. — 25 March 1911

I "Y $jjf , . ! jll . THE OGBENV STANDARD " "" 1 I i EaKSaMBVHaHaa'liaVBBViCH-iiaBi H j QfE: frl tf O RS ' TKIAU'OU"' -fN' iNDlANA' I IS J. ' ' - --l l HI 1 -fiffi' i?ea. F. Wilson Kater, Preacher, Apiarist !; a2c Publisher of the Unigcte Four County jgjb j ! Herald, the Only Newspaper Published on a Rural 85 -3--.-. ? -ryi--!- 'Z 1 . fel 1 v fCoprrfcM. 1M1. br tte No- Tort Iltrald Co. All rlht rvttrvcd.l 'i'ffi t rV X WI'p t0 tlle fact tl,at 3"c Htor Is con- y& 2 ill I, ducting a religious revival at Bulltown at Bg ' : tllis "rlrlne nud meeting with a largo jJ5j ' ' measure of success, liavlng got two con- IM verts right off, there- will not he any itftJS ' Issues of tho FOUR COUNTY HERALD for n spell. 52 : -nd wc graeiuusly ask the indulgence of our readers. 35 i; r used as a playhouse. The tombstone was the founda tion of his business, and withal the foundation of "llcrald Square," In Andersonvlllc, Indiana. The stone was then mounted on a crudely built plat- ' form ahout two...

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. — 25 March 1911

I i x ' Hj 'J i j . -" f7ERT Tuesday morning for thirty-two years Oliver M. McVeagh had brought n hip white envelope to oor little country post cilice, had sealed 'aud .stumped it with emphatic slaps, had poked It througji tho mailing slit with an em phatic poke, nud had. turned -to those who happened there with an emphntic smUo that would have puzzled a strangon, hut that never failed to roas nure us for whom It was iutended. For vro wore knowu to the world only thirough Oliver M. McVeagh. Without hi him we would have, been what we wero H In the long ago when our clildrcii were as our H grandchildren axe now and Olivier had not yet "cou- H trlbuted to tho press" an unsuiog rural neighborhood H of six square mir-s, plodding our uneventful way from H planting to garnering and from garnering around to H planting again. H When the worfld contemplates ,n community through H a single glass. It is well (for the community) that H the gloss be nn excellent one. Oliver was our glnss. H Never...

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. — 25 March 1911

' ' m - ! li . . I, PIANO RECITAL v ' BrKMEY Tho piano recltnl by Miss Nellie Raniey," assisted by Miss A. Rosalie Holberg, vocalist, at the Stelnway hall last evening, proved to be one of the most pleasing musical events of the season. The hall, wug not sufficiently large to accommodate the number who i sought to hear MIbs xamcy, the, in ? torest displayed being u i tittering In- dlcatlon of the young lady's pbpular g, ity. -) a 5 Although still under IS years of age, Miss Ramey shows a musical 'talent i that bespeaks lier eminent success. Perhaps the most pleasing number on H Miss Harney's pr6grarn last evening was "LaBt Hope," by Gottschalk This J ; selection she rendered In a manner which .would have been a decided crod- $ it to those with many years' raoro ex 'A perience, Miss Ramey' is a student of Miss f Clora Warnejr, and her success is noc l essarily an accompllsiiment of which a the piano Instructor may feel Justly J proud. The young pl:iist was for $ mally presented to he...

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. — 25 March 1911

U i! - " " "" - "' ' : ' ' ' ' ,ini ' J! I fWHAT THE BEST - DRESSED WOMEN AM, GOING TO WEAN ' I H ' " " " m J ffATEST Models for Spring j 1"..'. ' C WA? M few4 and Summer Gowns MW&m$.:'m ' 'V If- WY Jfflf SK i SL Photo CoplOuTlUur i) mk Ml " -llSl 1 ) Wl v Exclave Copnlsbt, 1911, New York-HeraM Co. ,- f C -, -T. ? BK&"3 1 23;'' TO&Zplk "& 1$$ M r- WEH& i tf , HiS THE unceasing nlk ot the skirl euloUe, or trousers skirt, bns bad n most unsettling effect uion the fnsb- H ' ions this season. It cannot be cred- H ited tbnt the fashion will ever become popu- H lor in the fnce of so much unfavorable criti- H cism as it has received, and yet it in no H longer a phantom of the imagination, but a H grim reality. 2so woman in the, least in- H clined to be stout should ever dream of H adopting it, and the most graceful, slender H woman in the world is most ungraceful in H it. As yet the one and' only style of dress H in which it appears possible is a lea gown H mndc of seve...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 27 March 1911

I I LET YOUR WANTS BEf jf ' Ik CZJX -frtrfV TY XvAX WEATHER FORECAST 1 KNOWNINTHE l 1 1 17 'I flTtl I I II I Qkl S I I I S "SeSS ; evening standard jh L&AJ. V M4-? rJVWlVtlUv ruTt,;NH 9 j --- 1 RAIN ,N SOUTH PORTION. H H Fortyflrst Yr-No. 73-Prlce TiyTc ! OGDEN CITY, UTAH, MONDAY' J EVENING, MARCH 27, 1911 ' Entered as Second Cla0B Matter at the Poatoffice, 0Bden, Utah. H 1 NEWrORK I ! Hundreds of Buildings I Like the Washing I ton Place H J Now York, March 27. "Give us not M f merely fire-proof but 'death-proof m :i buildings," bids fair to becomo a "ma- B :y uicipal slogan in the many-sidei H campaign of investigation which ii H $ under waj in New York today aa a jH result of the "Washington Place fire ?m Saturday afternoon. zE$ Tbo fclogan was coined by Fire jK'1. Chief Croker as summing up his rec- :, ommendatlons for the future. The ; future nation, ho declared, will learn ; a lesson from Saturday's fire, which, 0 as it was learned only twice of lato H-; years once when the...

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. — 27 March 1911

H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN,. UTAH. MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1911. Jg. I HElllilifer I AT NEW YORK 1W0RGUE H -M- H NEW YORK, March 26. What H will go down In hlBtory as tho H -t- Are disaster of Washington H I -f Square entered upon its attar- -F H math tonight with 82 of nearly H 160 victims Identifled. Tho of- H flolsJ list has boon lessened, rath- fl -f- er than Increased. -f H 4- A revised count shows 111 H dead tonight with 12 women and H girls at doath'B door In tho hos- T plUls, i Hl One hundred and fifty all told will H perhaps conservatively cover the cas- Hl u&ltlea when thoso whose horrlblo H hurts and burns seem fatal Bhall have H Joined their follow workers in pine H coffins at the morgue Hj Careful counting still rates the fc- H malo victims', young and old, at an- H proximately ton to every ono malo. H Broadly speaking, they wore Jewish fl and Italian, living elthor on the East Side or in a small Italian quarter near H tho scene of tho Are. H I Begin Investigation. H i...

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. — 27 March 1911

Li . THE EVENING STANDARD: OtfDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1911. 9 , H I PHONE EXCHANGE 1 ! FOR HOTEL UTAH I SALT LAKE CITY. March 26. I I Work has been started on the inBtal- l r", latiou of a private branch telephono j 'I exchange for the Utan hotok which f will be as large and serve 4is many f stations as the switchboard of a good I sized town. The operators will not be vIbIWo to the hotel guests, but will i T tako care of the calls In a room cspe- i daily fitted for that purpose. The ' new switchboard Is or Western Elec tric make and constructoc of the fin est dark mahogany. From the ex- : change board radiate the wires con- i nccted with the 307 stations scattorod throughout tho building. Tho opera tion of the board will he undor the ; , Immediate supervision of the traffic f department of tho Rocky Mountain -, Bell Telephone company, i , Besides tho prlvato branch exchango '-. system there are nine public pay sta- . Uon booths. Four of those aro of yel- HU S low grained marble...

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. — 27 March 1911

A THE EVENING STANDARD: OQDEN, UTAH, M0NDA7, MAP.CH 27, 19i. l( H fc. . . - ' " "" H An Independent Newspaper , fep. ' H (ESTABLISHED 1B70-) jtt&' H NEW YORK'S SHAME. H j - H The.firehorror in Now York City, in which 150 lives were sacrificed, seems too incredible to be true, and yet it is a stern reality. How a oily, which basts of its firo preventing and fire H! fighting equipment, could have so neglected its first duty, that of fl preventing fire traps in the big factory buildings, is inexplicable. H Here was a structure ten stories high which had one defective firo Hj escape down which it was almost impossible for a girl to step, and H yet there were several hundred girls who, m case of fire, had to H depend on .that defective outlet as a means of escape- H Any man in authority in New York, whose duty it is to com- H pel the providing of safety appliances on large buildings, who is Hj guilty of having allowed the Washington Place to open its doors H for a single day to menac...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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