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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 27 March 1911

J ; ' t , - THE EVENING STANDARD: OQDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, IXABCH 27, 1911. B H i. 1 The new "collegy' bats I i ' I for young men arc in. Very ft ; T classy, at a lo price r : f B Don't forget to sea our I ,;' I special $15.00 Suits. I I THE BARON CO. I f I 2?45 Wash, Ave, f FRUITGROWERS 10 HANDLE OWN CROP ;, Utah, fruit growers aavc formed a company to handle the fruit crop, ar ;: tlclea of incorporation having been fll- Ied -with the count clerk Saturday aft ) ernoon. The principal place of busi ness Is Ogden, it being considered the ; most advantageous point from which to operate. The company Is capitalized for $26, 000, divided Into 25,000 shares of the par value of $1 each. The articles j provide that the officers of the com pany shall be a board of thirteen dl- rectors, some of whom shall be ap- pointed president, vice president sec retary and treasurer. The Incorporators andc officers of the company are as follows. Moroni : ' Mortenson, Beaver, director and pres- ; , Ident; Roy V...

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. — 27 March 1911

M G . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH.. LIOKDAY, MARCH 27, 191i. I BIG RESERVOIR I MUST BE BUILT H That Was Unanimous Vote of a Crowded Court House $170,065 Pledged, but 750,000 or More Is Needed $350,000 Must Be Subscribed Before H Work Can Begin Committees Will Make Effort to Raise the 1 ' Balance of the Subscription at Once. i 1 When the mass meeting- to consld- H er tho South Fork reservoir project H was called tp order fa the, court room H of the county, court house on Satur- H day last, the place was ciowded'to ltn Hf capacity fyy ropfoscntatlves from tho H city and from the county districts. H Enthusiasm marked the opening of H the meeting, those present showing H Impatience In watting for a word. of M explanation regarding- the plan. Chair- M man Madson of the board of county M commissioners called the meeting to M order and announced Mayor Glasmann M as tho presiding officer. C. R. itol- M lingsworth was selected secretary, Mr. M Glasmann had hardly boeu called to tho 1 p...

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. — 27 March 1911

i' : ' ' " l' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH.-. MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1911. ? H FtffERENDUM AND & !? WHAT IT MEANS 1 Second Installment .;'M the Progressive Movement of Direct I Legislation-Is Not a New Doctrine But One That Has Had I Thorough Trial in Switzerland --Will Remove Temptation ft From Officials. , ? The secqnd installment of the progressive moyemeut of direct f legislation, as W promised last Monday, will cover THE-REFERENDUM. 'The word derives its meaning from' the word " refer, " which means to SUBMIT to another or to others for action or approval i"Ye may say the word "refer" means that action can be taken subject to thq approval of some other authority. Therefore the word REFERENDUM ?n. plain words means "uetion is subject to othersS. fllK '"REFERENDUM tliercfore means politically that any measure' may be referred to the people for approval. Likethe JNmATJYR. the REFERENDUM must be protected I by rules niRcle.by law. To put it in force, of course, it must be rec- ...

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. — 27 March 1911

I i H 0 THE EVENING. STANDARD: OGDEN, I UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1EF11. ' ' i I BELL TELEPHONE I PULLS FOR ZSON B Orders cPart of the Force in th Ogden Office Sent to Salt Lake H Big Campaign on to Build up Salt Lake Weber Club H Must Be up and Doing to Offset the Hl Boosters Elsewhere. H On tho first of next month or soon H thcreaftor, tho Dell Telephone com- H panj . will tako from tho Ogden of- H flee nil the present force engaged la 1 the auditing of accounts, numbering Hj some six persons, with Thaddeus H Smith and Miss Lizzio Oakden In H charge. H This is said to he one sign of what M Salt Lake is doing to pull itself out H of (ho dumps and financial straits in- H to which is has fallen Every big H concern In that city is being, can H vaased and the directing head urged H to do something, however small, to H bolster up that city. H The attention of the Weber club H of this city is called to this campaign, H which, if allowed to proceed without H being resisted, will do much Inj...

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. — 28 March 1911

! LET YOUR WANTS BE Jm L Jk J Cb. 'fc' Qt Vtfl ilVIA ! WEATHER FORECAST H KForty-flrst Year No. 74 Price Five Cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH. TUESDAY llVENING, MARCH 28, 9 Entered as Second Class Matter at the Poatofflce, Ogden, Utah. H IFRAUDS IN COAL LAI TrTal of the Man Who Tried to Appropriate v Alaska Fuel Seattle, March 2S Trial of the case f the United States against Charles unday, Archie W. Shields arid Earl ! Slegley, who were Indicted togetli r with Algernon H. Stracey, for nl (ged conspiracy to defraud the gov rnment out of G.0G7 acres of coal inds In Alaska, valued at more than ae hundred million dollars, by em loying dummy entrymen. was begun i the United States district court dny. Judge Cornelius H. HanforJ residing. Stracey, a brother of Sir Edward tracey, is a fugitive in Vancouver. The claims located by the persons idlcted nrelhe richest In Alaska, and re knoWfl as the English group. The avorniticlil announces that, regard se of lie outcome of the trial, the lings of this ...

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. — 28 March 1911

H 3 TH5 EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH, TUESDAY, I.2AROBT 28, 1911, H Fore? H Where weather permits, H golf is an ideal all year Hj 'round game. H But to banish that slightly tired M feeling which naturally follows M the playing of this or any other H outdoor game, there is nothing H quite so good as a glass of that H famous all year 'round beverage I Pabst BlueRibbon H The Beer of Quality H Pabst Blue Ribbon is really a H liquid food. The finest raw H material. malt made by the H Pabst exclusive eight-day pro- H cess and the skill of the Pabst H workers trained in the Pabst H plant for generations, make H Pabst Blue Ribbon rich in H actual food values and of a H auality so high that it has won H the prizes of the world. H Made and Bottled Only Hl by Pabtt at Milwaukee H No other beer can quite match H Blue Ribbon in smoothness and H flavor, Phone today for a case. H The Fred J. Kiesel Co. I For I Lumber H Seo The I Volker-Scowcroft I Lumber Co. H Before Buying H ' Anywhere H Either ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 28 March 1911

1ij?ft ,--. M THE EVENING STANDARD: OODEN, FTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1911. o ffl f FRATERNAL SOCIETIES ti' ODD FELLOWS. SJP 3- Ogdon Lodgo No. 5, Independent Or- (iif ier of Odd Fellows, meets In I. 0. O. I'm I F. Hall, every Tuesday evening. Via- S 'l'ne brothers cordially Invited to b present. ,VJ3 ' S. H. FREY. Noble Grand. j HENRY KISSEL, Secretary. A ' Qusen City Robekab Lodgo, No. 4, ' 5 1. O. O. F., moots second and fourth 'tuft fr Friday evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall. 7 -I ' Vl8itliJK members Invited. :V.V , , NELLIE CHIVE11ALL, N. Q. ', fe 'j EMMA MEID, Rec. Sec'y., Ift ; ; Zilfil vfe : ORDER bv OWL8. .ij ; Ogden Nest, No. 121S, Order of Owls. I tneete every Thursday ovenlng In I , Eagles' Hll , cast of Reed hotel, at 8 I o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls are I invited to attend tho Nest meeting!. '- JAS. E. JENSEN, President, ; J. OLIVER, Secretary. No. 2416 Washington Atl -, ROYAL HIGHLANDERS. i3 j Tho Royal Highlanders meet ths i flrst and third Mondays at Union La 's ;' bor...

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. — 28 March 1911

K I 4 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1911. An Independent Newspaper H (ESTABLISHED 1t70- sgEC- H THE RESERVOIR PROJECT. V r H Tho consensus of opinion ie that the South Pork reservoir project promises moro for Ogdeu than any enterprise ever undcr- M taken by the- people of this city and county. M kmservativo business men are subscribing for stock and ndvis- H ing others to sign the subscription list and, as a result, the construc- H tion of tho d&m is assured. M Tfe-aimci tho men who are standing responsible for tho project fl is to hsro work started aa early as possible so that there will be the HI leaet -powsD&a delay in advancing the dam construction to storage H height and thereby supplying the valley lands with ample water- H To do tlnfi, the subscription list should meet with a quick response. H from the people of this district. H 1ELL TELEPHONE MOVE- e M '' The Bell Telephone people, in reply to the Standard's protest of M Monday, state that, th...

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. — 28 March 1911

THE EVENING 'STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. TTJESDAY, MARCH 28, 1911. 5 H f j STANDARD TELEPHONES h CALL UP J STANDARD EXCHANGE. I Bell 56, to Communicate with any ,t department. i1 RAM DOM I 1 REFERENCES : jW Mrs. W. II. Wattis. residing at 1824 L Washington avenue, departed Sumlav f- evening for Denver, where fiho will 0 spend a month or six weeks with ? relatives. 3 Call Allen, phones 22, ror carriage Sj for funerals and operas. Private call, fe a specialty. Also prompt delivery ot i bspcage. 412 25th. ;1 D G. Martinez, of Rock Springs, was J n busInesB visitor Jn the city yeatcr- 1 - ,1 $ WANTED Clean white rags at the I ; Standard. It Robort Taylor was among the Sail i ; Lake visitors in tho city Monday. 'i . Advertisers roust have their copy jl ?J for tho Evening Standard the evening i (j before tho day on which tho advnr- JJ jx tlseinont is to appear in order to li ff jf eure publication. tlBf Miss Luolla Ames has returned to iKti nor ll0m ln Logan after a vIbII with IP friends in th...

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. — 28 March 1911

H H I G THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1911. , H I I1 lrlllH. ANTONIA BANDERIA I H fimni vs- ed furqeson m JJ JLLA JM asbELL H World's Champion GOTCH AGREES TO THROW THREE MEN INM'ONE HOUR. M Ogden Theater, Tuesday, March 28, 8:15. p. m. H PRELIMINARIES BETWEEN ARTHUR CHESTER, .of Ogden, and M DANNY KEITH, of Salt Lake. H Reserved Scats for Ladles. Seats now selling. Admission 50c to $2 H IIIIHIHrm.riim.il I ! Illllll HHJIHIIWHII Scene from Act 4, "The Squaw Man," Ogden Thea- H ter, March 30th. Seats now selling. HMHJ , i H kSII-hw iSBraSP H '' $ z- ! fct . - " ' 4:t5":3! 1 Scene from "The Arcadian," Ogden Theatre April j ' 3rd. Seat sale Sunday. I 50ST0N RED I SOX TEAM I UN ZION H The Boston Red Sox of the Amerl- H can league passed through Ogden at H 2:30 this afternoon on their v. ay to H , Salt Lake City, where they are sched- H ucd to meet the Salt Lake Colts at H -1:15 this afternoon The ' game H scheduled with the American leag&erfl H in this city w...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 28 March 1911

- - K 3P v THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH za, iaii. ; , . J IH m 1; ?4 s I RAH! RAH! I 1 I The new "collegy" hats J I for young men are in. Very 1 I I I classy, at a low price 1 fl Don't forget to Bee our 1 j special 15.00 Suits. 1 -, THE BARON CO. I I " 235 Wash. Ave. li! I RANDOM i REFERENCES i I 5 ' ' (Continued from Page Flvo.) J , ; ; I : ' Don't forgot the Moonlight. Danco I : at tlio Congress. fl I Wind on the Lake A high wind ji 1 rcged on the laku last night, reaching '1 at tlme3 a velocity of 40 miles per I Ik hour. No damage was reported from liE n Pmt 01 tD0 Ogden-Luclu cut jM off and there was no delay In pas- trl senger traffic as the storm was of (jjlj short duration. K Stoor beef exclusively at California It Market, 12C 25th St. It Orange Trains The second fruit H train passed through Ogden ovor the a Harrlinaii linos this morning, hearing Sj : forty-six cars of ornnges to Omaha. ! R I Two trains loaded solid with oranges I Jf are scheduled to pass...

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. — 28 March 1911

I ; 8 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1911. i H ( ' I Sixty Yars flis Stedard .CREAM I k frmwi of Tartar Pswte I RSade from Orapee I MO ALUR9 h-ii I COLD WATER I CONDUIT I; WORK HL iik on the Cold "Water canyon H J : i is progressing, 1th a large M ro of men and teams at work, fl .i.'inol No. G has been completed, nnd M i ipld advancement Is being mado In Hj dr.lllng the other openings 1 It has been dctormlned to build an H additional tunnel at a point near the M Ogden canyon hot springs, -rather H than blast an open cut. This will H avoid further damage to property be- Hj ' longing to the Sanitarium company. H 00 I TRANSFERS OF I REAJESTATE H The following real estate transfers Hj haTe boon mado H W. F. Adams nnd wife to H. L. Tay- Hj lor, a part of lot G, block 2S,,plat C, H ' Ogdon survey Consideration $1,500. H Carl Rasmusson and wife to tho H l Ogden Savings bank, part of lot 1G, H block 2, Dunn's Addition. Ogden sur- H vey. Consideration $1,500. H Arthur ...

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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. — 29 March 1911

I ! LET YOUR WANTS BE V Lfe JL yJ Hi 1 rf' Q V ilV!j WEATHER FORECAST '; M 1 KNOWN IN THE 9 1 III' T I 7 W I fl I IB B ul si 111 iI 1 "1 1 the indications are that th ' H EVENING STANDARD Vll V JUfW Vl WilM JIHUi'l' U If' O - I 1 M Hi . 5? . 2E. : M g Forty-first Year-No. 75 Price Five Cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 29, 9 Entered as Second- Claaa Matter at the Poetofflce, Ogden, Utah H CAPITOL I OH FIRE i New York's Beautiful I State Building in I Ruins f Albany, March 29. Fire swept, ' smoke strewn and wntor drenched, : New York Btate'B magnificent $25,000,- ' 000 capitol stands this morning a par-i- tlal wreck by flames that started In the assembly library, burned away I the entire west wing and did damage ii estimated at ten million dollars bc- tfore the flames were gotten under control after raging for more than four It hours. It Is believed that the fire waB started by a fuBo In the electric jiush button becoming electrified. 5 The fire was discovered by a ni...

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. — 29 March 1911

THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, lTAH, "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1911. aaal . . . i ' EA-liV;A f:-f: FVTD a 1 IA1 KA:?jf: LA I KAI . : I and are ready for your inspection at our sales room ; I New Models, New Features, New Refinements. Seven I ., Models, prices from $650.00 to $2,100.00 a I I i:; -.' ALL PRICES INCLUDE COMPLETE EQUIPMENT : '' :: j I I This is the first showing of 1911 Buick Models in the inter-mountain district and we have ; I I some great surprises in store for you. Remember that "when better cars are built Buick j: I I will build them." , . ; jj; I I If you want one of our April 10 deliveries do not fail to call at once. Open evenings, jji I I 2566 Washington Avenue Bofh Phones, Main 614 I H 1 NIFTY H DRESSERS H buy their clothes at Baron'o. H Th young man who wante 1 aomethlna out of the ordinary H something up-to-date spQt-sec- H ond will com here for his new H Spring 8ult. H our styles and patterns are B six months ahead of time. Prices IaaB are low, $15.00 to $30.00. ...

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. — 29 March 1911

;l m - THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, MAROH29, 1911 3 'H IV FRATERNAL SOCIETIES ODD FELlWS. Ogdon Lodge No. 5, Independent Or der of Odd Fellows, meets In I O. O. K. Hall, every Tuesday evening. Vis iting brothers cordially Invited to bo present S. H. FRET. Noble Grand. HENRa KiaSEL, Secretary. Quen City Rcbekah Lodgo, No. 4, '. O. O F meets second and fourth Friday evenings at Odd Fellows Hall. Visiting members Invited. NELLIE CmVBRALL, N. O. EMMA MEID, Rec. Sec')'., 718 23rd. ORDER Ct? OWL-8. 0?dcn Nest, No. 121S, Order of Owla, mee-ta every Thursday evening In Eagles' Hall , east or Reed hotel, at 8 o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls are 1 Invited to attend tho Neat meetings, iMf 1 JA8. E. JENSEN, PreBidont, I J. OLIVER, Secretary. 2jm I No. 2415 Washington Ave, M L ROYAL HIGHLANDERS. EM w Tn Royal Highlanders meet the 'IB v rrt an( t' Mondays at Union La- i 2 bor hall, Srt3 24th bL Vlsltms mom- MJ f? bers cordially Invited. fl DAYREL D. SMITH. I. P. tiS I ALICE COLLIN...

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. — 29 March 1911

M THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH. 29, 1B11. H An Independent Newspaper -D H (ESTABLISHED 1870..) XX H ALL FOR ONE CITY. H ' V H . The Soil Lake papers, in summarizing the building to bo done H in Salt Lake City this season, present :t list for which nine-tenths H , of the construction expenses are to come out of the state treasury. H i Of a total of $3,560,000 in a list of proposed buildings, $2,570,000 is H from state appropriations, including $2,270,000 for a state cupitol. H If necessary they will bankrupt the state, in order to bolster up M Salt Lake. That extreme hoggishness and selfishness on the port H of the Salt Lake "bunch" will force the "cow Counties" to eoin- H bine to resist the greedy- IBBBBl i M A OITY AND COUNTY UNITED. H Without 'one discordant note, the business men of Ogden are H boosting for the reservoir in South Fork ean.yon. The most corr H servativc men of the city arc the most enthusiastic supporters of H the project, v. H With the city...

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. — 29 March 1911

! . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1911. I 5 i '.. ' - : . . IB H- An Unparalleled Record ;! .-;. . . U. 1 49,491,000 TRAVEL; I " ' i l$&. JSOT A LIFE I0ST o-:y i ?..: IK ; Karriman Lines' Passenger h -;; f- import for!9r0 Shorn- Yic j ; , ;' ft -i tory of Safety Devices. 3 ' ACCIDENTS CUT TO THIBB. 1 j;- , ' Jr ; "Union Padflc- Casualties Prop to -:';." One-Fiat; Tft&efc Scalping ; ' .ip Tft -Sedncod , ' IT 1 ' The Erriman.rB.nwaj Unt c&mefl 10 pi vw cent of tho eotlmaod'.JSlO paenrtrafflc 1 ;j oC:Ui United 61at, '"-or 49.1.00O'ppop:o. ; ' without, fatal Accident, i any o tho- niixn- ; ; . , ',- bV. This result la Acrttei.to the lMfcalla- ',- ,' ' tfi6:6f safety icviccs and 1 believed to-fc.v . -v , I I -' ' . no "parallel In-th railroad world. The,rport, cihtalnfnff.thiB date, ju0 has ' ' " bctn,otnplid la the afil'c of JuUuji if rutt-, J aobnlttUreolor of .tn&Jnl.cnano nd opera- - tloh on tho Bylcm, Including the Southern r ' S ; ' Raiflc ...

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. — 29 March 1911

H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. - WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1U11. M 6 , .. . : ; -. . - : M , :&WI' TORS? 0 yp3 - vk'KJSBgs 1 -.lx..-"0-. --.i-J H Cash Hawkins, in the "Squaw Man," Ogden 1 Theater, Th' -y, March 30. Prices, 25c, 50c, H 75c, $1.00, $1.50. Hi H "Flying Dntohman" Proves EaBy for the "White Hope," Who H Shows Ability in Battling With Both Hands Eight Hook H 6 to the Jaw Won for Morris. H SAPULPA. Okla., MArch 28. H Knocking out Mike Scbreck. tbo Cln- H clnuati heavyweight, in six rounds H here today, Carl Morris of this city H kept himself in the running as the H ) ' "White Man's Hope.' H That was about all ho did, however, H for his showing was not such as is cal- H ciliated to Indicate that Champion H Jack Johnson is in Imminent danger of H losing his title to the ex-cnglneer of H Sapulpa. M A light hook in the jaw won for H Morris. B Morris beat Schreck fairly enough, H but the fight wus slow. About all H Schreck did was to act as a punohlng H bag for Morris. The...

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. — 29 March 1911

I ---H I THE EVENING 'STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29,"" 1911. - . . - ".- " Ef !ittKoh3BVwc' -v? C!f ' . j I - Alice Russon, the :; Sweet Singer, in the "Arcadians," Ogden Theater, Monday, April 3. Seat Sale Sunday. 1 G6DEN TRF EXGHAHQE 1 S26 26r street. I Wires to all tracks on all 1 8portinz Event. B -. B ! PROBATA AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES. Consult County Clerk or tho Ro6po I tlve Signers for Further ' i Information. ; NOTICE TO CREDITORS. : 'f IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF tho Second Judicial District of the State of Utah, in and for the. County a of "Weber. & In the matter of the estate of Jane '5 A. Kerr, Decoased 'X Creditors will present claims, with Touchers, to the undersigned at the ' office of C. R Holllngsworth, room 303 Eccles Building. In Ogden City, i "Vober County, State of Utah, on or boforo August Jlrst. 1911. JAMES A. KERR, K Executor of the Estate of Jane A. Kerr, Deceased H C. R. Holllngsworth, Attorney for Exe cutor. Dated: Ogden City, Utah, March 20...

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. — 29 March 1911

H 9 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH," WEDNESDAY, , MARCH 28,-1911: PAfliyLII H Kansas Loses Its Crop H of Cherries and Hl Peaches v iTopekn, March 29. The niorcirry dropped to 29 dogrees at an early mmmmu, hour this morning and fruit was dahi- H ngod. Last night's snow clung to 1 l"0 trees and this was frozen on the M blossoms of the early cherries and Hl peaches, killing: them. 1 Apples and small fruit, It I be- H llevcd, were not damaged. Tho tcm- H pcraturo is rising rapidly today. JOHNSON AHAJN SENT TO JAIL H San Francisco, March 29. Ordered H Intolhe police court today, prizefight- H er Jack Johnson vng again sentenced H to servo twenty-flvo days in the coun- H tv jail by acting Police Judge Trend- Hj well. Judge Treadwell suld that he H took this action to forestnll any qucs- H tion of tho legality of the original sen- Hl tenco, from which Johnson appealed H to the superior court. H An additional charge of automobile H J speeding against Johnson will bo H heard on April -1 1...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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