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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 30 March 1911

m - . I IIU LET YOUR , WANTS-BE V JL i LmyJ 4 rfV QTVIf'fi v4 A WEATHER FORECAST ' H H KNOWN IN THE 1.1 I 1 17' 1 WM7 1 I I :1'1 fill Al I I I I I II the .nd.cat.ons Are that thb H EVENING STANDARD JlxJV iWU iMW PIVll IVll U ZvT ai-If r - "L r H 33 w '- p - 1 fe.F - lH Forty-first Ye-r-No. 76-PrIce Five Cent.. QGDEN CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 30, 1911 Entered a. Second Cla. Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. M I PRICELESS I HISTORIES Hi S Were Destroyed by the Fire in the Capitol jtj at Albany., iW- Ibany, N. Y., March 30. A coui- 55t Dl" history of New York state, SI planned by the New York Historical W-WL' Boclety and regarded by experts as "r 0he ' tle ,u08t Important projects f-Sfft of its kiud In recent years, will never Wm be written. The fire in the Albany PjMfi capltol haB wiped out the ancient By Colonial and Revolutionary documents ! which were to have furnished the Mt boais for the work. M-Jr According to It H. Kclby, llbraiiau (IV of the Historical society, ...

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. — 30 March 1911

m M a ' ' " THE EVENING STANDARD: OUDEN, UTH. THUKHJJAX, irLaitun au, ittij.. - - - - - - Is The beer et of ' Good PaslFSt : H Hunt9 s Perfect H Balking Powder J ani Flavsrlng Extracts. H i fl i I H After All I HESS I BLUE I RIBBON I J BREAD H is always AHEAD in H QUALITY and H QUANTITY. H '( Sold by most of Ogdcn's bes H grocers. Some grocers prefer to H sell other kinds of bread be- H cause ihey make a larger 1, Look for the Red, "White and H Blue Label. I Have You Had I I ,heGri'",e? For those bad coughs fol- Hj' lowing the grippe, there is I nothing like our old fashion- d ' B WHITE PINS AND TAB H COMPOUND. HHHi H to cure them. I WM. DRIVER & I' SON DRUG GO. 2453 Washington Ave. 1 Both Phones 88. I H CARPETS and RUGS CLEAN. H ED and REFITTED, MAT- H TRESS made over and H RENOVATED. H UPHOLSTERING AND FURNI- H TURE REPAIRING. WINDOW M SHADEG AND LINOLEUM. H Furniture Packing. Phone M 1311 Z B WM. M. BOYLE. H . Estimates given. Ten years with B Boyle Furniture Co. H Vienna Caf...

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. — 30 March 1911

,l ft M . THE EVENING H FRATERNAL SOCIETIES B' ODD FELLOWS. HH- Ogden Lodge No. 5, Independent Or ThB' dcr f Odd Follows, moots In I. O. O Hv F. Hal!, every Tuesday evening. VIs B itlng brothers cordially Invited to bo H. presont LK S. H. PREY. Noble Grand. MH HENRY KISSEL, Secretary. , H; Quien City Robekah Lodgo, No, !, WV i. O. O. F., meets flccond and fourth JH Fr,day evoninga At Odd Fellows' Hall mM-, Vislthip members Invited. fK; NELLIE CHIVERALL, N. 0.' R' EMMA MEID, Rec. Sec'y., nB y 718 23rd. wkmW ORDER Cr? OWLS. H. Ogden Nest, No. 121s, Order of OwU, saeet very Thursday evening In M Eagles' Hall . cast of Reed hotel, at 8 V o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls nys - inrited to attend tho Nest meetings. H: JAS. E. JENSEN, President, H J. OLIVER, Secretary. m. No. 2415 Washington At& jK ROYAL, HIGHLANDERS. ' BWM- The Royal Highlanders meet tho BK first and third Mondays at Union La- dBM toor hall, 363 24th st. Visiting mem- JHK bers cordially Invited. 2j9V DAYREL D. SMITH, 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. — 30 March 1911

M - THE EVENING STANDARD: 0GD3N, UTAH, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1911. Jjfe Hj An Independent Newspaper 'T H (ESTABLISHED 1870..) SzeC7' H THE GALL OF THOSE PEOPLE. , M j A prominent citizen calls our attention to an article in a Salt M j Lake paper in ivhich the completion of the Salmon City railroad in M central Idaho is claimed by Salt Lake as one of its resources. For H ' unlimited audacity, the Salt Lakers are in a class by themselves. Hj Here is a report of work to be started on the cut-off from Saline, H j west of Offdon, to Burley, Idaho, in which the casual reader of H a Salt Lake paper would bo led to believe the cut-off is a Salt H Lake enterprise, promoted by Salt Lake money, to be constructed M out of Salt Lake, with Salt Lake as a terminal, and yet the road H will not run within 37 miles of Salt (Lake and mil be a connection of H the Southern. Pacific out of Ogden. M THE RESERVOIR AS AN INVESTMENT. B Those interested in the growth of Ogden must not fail to read B the questio...

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. — 30 March 1911

ft THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDSN, JJTah, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1911. 5 I I 1 1 STANDARD TELEPHONES $ CALL UP h STANDARD EXCHANGE. f Bell 56, to Communicate with any 'x department. A . I RANDOM I REFERENCES J. R. King and E. J. WilBon of Ely. i Jev were business visitors In the j city yesterday-. 1 Call Allen, phones 22, for carrlagci for funerals and oper.iH Private nalll 1 a specialty. Also prompt delivery o! 3 baggage. 412 26th. William H. King of Salt Lake City t wns In tho city a few hours yesterday. WANTED Clean whlto rags at tho ! 6taudard. " i Advertisers must havo their copy .1 for tho Evening Standard tho 6venln J before tho day on which tho advor S. Usement 1b to appear in ordor to In- ' euro publication. I Hugh C. Roberta of Evanston, Wyo., i, -was visiting with friends In this city yesterday. J George L. Symonds, senior member of tbe firm of SymondB-Kraussmtn company, manufacturers of cigars, Is In the clt , He Is In Ogden confer- l ring with Oscar Ilemenwuy and es tablishin...

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. — 30 March 1911

1 1 1 I j M THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1911. 'j I WHY THE B!G RESERVOIR I WILL BE A MONEY MAKER H i Many Important Questions Answered, Facts and Figures Proving the Posi- H, .tiyje Success of the Big South Fork Reservoir and Guaranteeing H j ;:More Than the Doubling of the Money Invested Why Every H ( Man and Woman Having a Few Spare Dollars Should H J :' Take Advantage of the Reservoir Company's Offer. H rhis paper has been asked all kinds H of questions concerning the proposed H reservoir in the- South Fork ennyon. H It is proper fo those interested to ask H any questions that may aid in mnj H Ing ecrythlng plain to the people, H and we jvilLtry and answer every H question fairly. - M Question -No 1. What will be the H salary of officers and directors of the H Reservoir company? H Answer It is the plan of tho com- H mittee in charge that there shall be H no salary paid to any officer or dlrcc- H tor, excepting the chief engineer who, H of course, must b...

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. — 30 March 1911

t l f . THE EVENING STANDARD' OGDEN. UTAH. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1911 .. , . 7 H I 'GROCERY CO. I Si ! I 2264 Washington Ave. I I 1 BeB.il ,-.j ind:J785P I ' ' i We sell for cash only, thereby saving you I j ? money. Prompt delivery, full weight and I nj j ' quality guaranteed. 5 '$ t 'I tlltf j Riverside or other high Patent Flour $1.10 R . Beet Sugar. 17 pounds .-.: .- $1.00 3 f J Cane Sugar, J (5 pounds ,1 '. $1.00 ' I Jj ? I A JB C Breaking Wheat, 2-lb. paclo 16 J j , ABC Pnnej P.Jpudod Coffee, 50c value, Mb. tin 40 -4g f ABC Faui-j Bit-udgd Coffee, 50c value, 3-lb. tin ....$1.10 I l$f j ABC B:ii.iiet Coffee, 40c value, 1-lb tin ...... .30 1 ! ' If, J. B. Coffop, Mb tin' ..".....' ' '. . . .40 1 jS ? Alamo Bulk Coffrto, lb ,. . . 1 . .t 27 g Uk 1 Bulk Oatmeal, lb. .r .-J: !....... 05 l 3S( Fancy Tsu fV fienrrt. lb: . : .'. .-. .. .-.V: : OS - J 5, Fancy ITl a.' Kir, Ik -..... - ?.,.'... j:. 07 i Fancy Jaj.un Rico. 4b. . . . .W : 06 :. jjj Full Cream Cheese, lb. .'.'. :......: .. !...

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. — 30 March 1911

I k THE EVENING STANDARD J OGDEN, UTAH. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1911. . li H , .. ... M EXTRAORDINARY SUIT BUYING PROPOSITION U 'CONFERENCE SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY f ; t THE EXACT SUIT THAT WILL BE BEST FITTED M li TO YOUR PURSE AND FIGURE AND AN OPPOR- H II TUNITY TO OBTAIN A FINE SILK PETTICOAT f 3 FOR 5c A i K 11 We Just want to em5Phasize the fact that t wil1 be to yur advantae II I li t0 seect yur new smit here. We have two hundred from which to EI M f n choose: All the very latest in style. . k a J AS A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT TO GET YOU TO VIS- II IT OUR READY-TO-WEAR SECTION AND BUY 11 M .' ' EARLY WE MAKE THE FOLLOWING EXTRAOR- M y - ' DINARY OFFER: A SILK PETTICOAT OR CHIFFON M H II WAIST FOR 5c H II With every purchase of a suit for $19.50 or more we will sell you one f 8 CT of these Slllc Petticoats or silk chiffon waists for a nickel. They are n, M brand new goods and all right, too. The values are five and six dol- Mlars. This most liberal offer is made to stimulate ear...

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. — 31 March 1911

m LET YOUR' WANTS -BE HA iCllAtlllltfV WlVtll AtA WEATHER FORECAST 1 H i i q 4&s , : )fm FORTY-FIRST YEAR-NO. 77 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 31, J9JJ.- . . Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice, Ogden, Utah M JOT i IN COURT a .Bead of the Camorra f Holds Spectators ' Spellbound m V m Viterbo, March 31. The lovers of I at ; the dramatic had their fill at today's jj session of the 'trial of the thirty-six Cammorists for murder. Enrico Al- 3 ' fano, generally -called Erricone, tho "; f terror of. Italy, reputed to be the ac- j S tual head of the criminal organiza- ' ' tion, was under interrogation and held ;, the spedtatora Jipellbound with tho i eloquence of his denials The man ' i I Is innocent or a. consummate actor- i J As he proceeded, the slender figure ' ? seemed to grow iintil It dominated tho ; i $ court room, and friends and enemies t i alike shrank from the gaze he fixed, I a t first on one and then another, while I S i he pourod f...

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. — 31 March 1911

THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, TTAH. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911 SS &&& n e treatfast table in the sick room1 gTY ij in 'for making salads, puddings and other des- 035 , . yi&dkJ serts for a bite between meals, in the lunch fWmK box, there is no fruit equal to the famous TJnJ1k5 California "Sunkist" Orange. Befog- tree- ripened, sound-picked, packed and shipped with the Utmost skill and care, it is the most healthful and luscious of all fruits. Sunkist Oranges are thin-skinned kist Wrapper. Thousands of families ilberless seedless. They fairly melt in wlllhavo none but Sunkist Oranges. After the mouth. There Is so little waste in you have tried them once they will win Bervingandeatingthcmtbattheyare truly yon. Please mako the trial today. Your the cheapest orange yon can buy. dealer sells them, And don't forget to Every Sunklat Orange comes in a Sun save the "SuKtist" Wrapper. f4Pk Ask for "Sunkist" Lemons iCMUtlu. Ii;riSSS" After you hvo eaten SttnWit Oranges, you will Vv5...

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. — 31 March 1911

u s g ' THJS EVENING STANDARD; QQDEN, UTAH. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911. g H I Clothes That Compliment You P F n coat collnr Is low behind, you can pull It up n hundred J times a day, but it will still al ways be down. If your vest ia too short It will nliray3 be up, re KardlcsB of how you try to keep It down. These "ujb" and "downs' have no place In clothes which nre made to fit just you. Ready-Made clothes arc full of blunders that both ei. Wear one of our tailored suits. They compliment you. Have your measure taken here, clothes made In accordance with that measure, -i t Then you will experienco real com M : fort real wear. S.i 20.00 to ?50.00. I M. H. VANDYKE. I; 2477 Hudson Ave. 3 New Peery Bldg: I, I I After All ' HESS ' jl BLUE RIBBON I BREAD i is always AHEAD in. QUALITY and QUANTITY, r Sold by most of Opden's best grocers. Some grocers prefer to soil other kinds of bread lu- . I cause thuy make a larger : profit. i I Look for the Ked, White and Blue Label. if . I " f I Have ou H...

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. — 31 March 1911

I THE EVENING STANDARD: OGUEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911- Jiffg r. - ' P! . An Independent Newspaper S- ,PRT.DMn UNION (jfeflj LABEL ' (ESTABLISHED 1870..) S33'4f- te .---.. , SSQsrir .-n j; ' RAILROAD WORK AROUND " 'oGDEN.Se' ' The Oregon Short (Line is to let a contrail in theWnPfutur-'for ; the construction of fifty miles of the "proposed lino from Burloy, f : Idaho, to Saline, on the Southern Pacific cut-oil'. This fifty miles fp will he from Burloy south through the Kail river country and will cover over one-third of the distance of the roaiUhiyli i to provide V q. short route into central Idaho and the norlhwcM ' ' Within a few days tho contract will bo awarded on the MS miles of double track from Ogden to Little .Mountain. N This will be the first work on the double tracking of the Southern Pacific from Ogden. to Oakland. The bids for the double-tracking 1' the Oregon Short Line from Ogdeu ta Farmiugton-will be ready for contractors the coming week. This railroad activity ...

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. — 31 March 1911

HHHHH HBHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH I THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911 5 ITHEmM WYlffiS CO. I FOR the dainty new ideas in WAISTS, Hand I Embroidered Voiles, fine ShurtFlaxpns and I , All-Over Embroideries. ' 1 DRESSES in SILK, CHALLIS and SERGES. I The newest models in TAILORED SUITS and 1 ' Separate Skirts. Fascinating Ideas in CHILDREN'S HEAD- I WEAR. I 2335 Washington Avenue. I 1 j I STANDARD TELEPHONES j I5 CALL UP j , STANDARD EXCHANGE. i Bell 56, to Communicate with any ' department. i ; RANDOM f REFERENCES ; I 1 WATCH for our big adv., Saturday and Sunday for Farr Addition open ing. The homesoeker'B opportunity- - Call Allen, phones 2Z. far carriage for funerals and operas. Private nalU ' & specialty. Also prompt delivery of bpcgago. XI 2 25th. l . Ed Furseaon,'eTllio fireman wrestler, returned yestorday from Pocatello, whero ho went with the Frank Gotch party and took part In the bouts there Wednesday evening. The Ogden lad wrestlod a twenty-minute draw w...

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. — 31 March 1911

I H (5 "THE EVSKJUiO STANDARD: 0GD3N, UTAH. FPIDAY, KASCH 31, H.'.i- 1 WHAT WE OFFER YOU flfLOTHES that " are high In quality he! low In price. Sfiyles that are new, labrles that are known lor t h e 1 f wearing qualifies, tailoring that Insures yon a perfect fit anct a lasting Good-looking CSoflies that make t &$: "l Good - I ' FRED M. - NYE CO. H 2413 WASHINGTON AVEt. i - I DOCTOR HELD FOR I CRIINALPRACTiCE fl Salt Lake, March 31. Dr. A. K. H Smith, 2C4 South West Temple street, B father of former City Justice Dana T. H Smith, was arrested yesterday after- H noon at 5 o'clock on a charge of hav- H Ing performed a criminal operation on H Alice Ferguson, a seventeen-year-old M girl. Coincldentally, Milton Pox, an M employe of the Chesapeake bar, 23 M West Second South street, who is al- M leged 'to hare placed the girl in a H delicate condition, and who is said to M have induced her to undergo surgical fl treatment, was lodged in the county M jail under a statutory charge. M JJot...

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. — 31 March 1911

kU THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FEED AY, MARCH 31 1911- ' , ''1 j j l Dirjeci frqm ihe sun-kissed cottoit.f ields VSg !, El u feus II ' Cottolene is pure in its source; it comes from the cotton v-n jH j fields of the Sunny South, and is made from pure, refined QQ W i cotton oil. J ill I - tirJi jll I Cottolene is manufactured in a cleanly manner, amid, the viyS Ijl 3 most favorable sanitary surroundings. I I Cottolcneis packed in a manner that absolutely insures its (S jj jf freshness and prevents it from absorbing dust and odors of the rr IB grocery. We have such faith in our patent air-tight, friction- (Sr ffj top pail that we'guarantee Cottole7ie to be fresh and satisfac- x HI tory, and" your grocer will refund your money if you r III 1C otaerwise 42L f Cot(oIene. is worth more per pail than any imita- yf (r$ f tipn,. because it is richer, will go one-third farther, ijf III and is most economical. Why take chances with SM JEff inferior imitations ? I loSfiiggl Jill FrPm Cot...

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. — 31 March 1911

THE EVENING STANDARD: OODEN, UTAH, FBIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911- M "S . -,,.,. -.. . . , . . S -y 'I In buying toaMng powder 1 ' I examine the label and take 1 I only a band showia to be 1 I made with Cream of Tartar B 1 HHfc fik H SR3 ESSi HI I 1 CREAM 1 , I DAMNb a UllUEK I A pure, wholesome, reliable Grape I Cream of Tartar Baking Powder. j I Improves the flavor m& adds I to the healthfullness of the food. ! 1 No Alum No Lime Phosphate - l I Both Reduce the EfealflBiiiliiess " ! I of the Food. ; I am quite positive Uiotlbe use ol a 1 m baking n I powder sboald Iks condemned." H Prof. Vaagkan, Unicemty of Michigan. I RmatS thm Label mmll rjwjrw - that I I Alum, sodlam alum,. basic alnmlnnm sulphate, I H sHlptaate of aluminum, all mean the same tiling 3 I namely, BURNT ALUM.' Kouu State Board of Health. 3 ' I JURY VIEWS SCENE OF ACCIDENT The James F. Murray damage suit against the Utah Canning company, Is practically at an end, after having taken up the Unio of the court and a Jury s...

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. — 1 April 1911

3fc 1S H- LET YOUR WANTS BE jf-g UA Udt 'ft't J3V 'feT Ylf''1 ilVfiB ' WEATHER FORECAST H $m .. - . H M Forty-firat Year No. 78. Price Five Cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL J, 9 6 PAGES Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. M I THIS I TO-JARCH I 'Silent Parade in Mcm Y ory of Victims of I the Fire $ New York, April 1. More than two & hundred thousand persons will 'inarch ? In n silent parade with draped ban- ners through the streets of Nov York next Wednesday In memory, of the I l victims of the Triangle Waist com- ' pnny fire, If present plans are carried I out as outlined by reresentntlves of U more than 150 labor unions. ' Citizens are asked by union leaders 7 to decorate their houses with some J sign of mourning. II QFVB ADF jotyn akl I For the Attempted Rob 1 bery of County Treas I urer's Office w m i Des Moines, la., April 1. Seven ar- ? rests were made today In an effort p to apprehend the four men who, sbort ? ly before mldnl?ht, ...

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. — 1 April 1911

HH '1 o THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, APRDL 1, 1911. "" i. H " " v ! KIP9NiMHHnBHKK!iwidffiiH H lff??rsrffHlrriPry H lss ffiiifflBl B -Ttfrffiffi H &' Bfw'wlLir-4 ' ' 3t4!k&l BfcpJflBiBttw f' -yviM Qa''s&yiS9a La lt3flifr sWwbBbBbhmBmB 9VQ&Dr JiX' "4fl39IBi&fcl rjPtfiyMiwifv F ffffWHfisffHBB!ai H , Wm. H. Turner, in father and the Boys," Ogden Theater, Tonight. Seats Now Selling. I BUTTE CITY COUNCIL I TO TAKE ACTION I ON SHORTAGES I AND GRAFT H BUTTE, Mont,, March 31. Farther M action la connection with tho alleged M shortages of city officials as assorted M by a ten-year audit of the affairs of H the city of Butto by Messrs. Pogson, Peloubot & Co., 1b now up to tho city M council, according to James H. 'Lynch. H Mr. .Lynch, is chairman of the special H committee appointed by tho Butte H Business Men's association, which had. H the matter of tho audit in charge, H Chairman Lynch stated it was the un- B derstandlng of the business men with H Ma...

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. — 1 April 1911

gj THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1911. 3 Hl IAN ANNONCMENi Of the Opening of the American Hair Dressing Parlors, at 410 Twenty-fifth fat. Conaucted by Mr. and Mrs. A. T. La i'reniere. Having resided here for the past t fle years, we need no lurlher lutro--.' ductlon, our business having grown to such an extent that we feel justf- lied In the belief that ?ho ladles of i Ogdcn desire a place of this kind. Our methods are the latest practiced by the leaJlng beauty culturists. Beauty culture is now so necessary' f to women wno caro for their personal uppearance, and it Is helpful to all f classes. It Is not vanity but common sense Beauty and health are the II I Sit chief sources of happiness and, Jt I a therefore, the possession of these s I ".two greatest gittB should be the ani 5j" I , bllion of every woman. The face de- i serves the utmoBt care. It is your M index, the first glance at which de tSili lorm,neB 'our place in the estlma "Is tIo1 Gt thoso you mcot-...

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. — 1 April 1911

Hj 4r . I Sty? Eumttg tattftarft H An iniiepGnueni Newspaper 'nnJO- H (ESTABLISHED 1870..). ZB&' KIDNAPING AND OTHER CRIMES. The bold, cold blooded, merciless degenerates'; 'tfho forced a H mother 'in Los Vegas, New Mexico, to deliver her child to Uiem, with M a -warning thai the little one would be put to death if $12,000 in H ransom money was.Jiol paid within a few hours, should be relent- H lessly pursued until caught. H - The- kidnaping business should be broken up before jt gains H favor 'among the thugs of this country. It should be ehcdkfd be- H fore it becomes the occupation of organized bands of blackmailers H like the "Black TTaud,'' that devilish importation from Italy. Tn the H East, the "Black Hand" has become a menace so terrifying that H whole communities are alarmed over the bomb outrages. The two H forms of blackmailing, the "Black Hand" and kidnaping, should H be made crimes so precarious for those who commit them, as to H call for all the energy and ability of...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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