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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 4 April 1911

Bi: LET YOUR WANTS BE glf &- mMW$J Sk M 'W dV! Mm WEATHER FORECAST I M KNOWN IN THE I 1 17 P 1 1 17 j I 1 1 I Bl si I H 1 1 Al I II THwlTlA;iTcJD7; I j EVENING STANDARD gjS$M) J&S WVI '-jfclVI' V vVrV KCrArLowRA'cNoSTht R "" 2f Forty-first Year No. 80. Price Five Cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL T, J9J1 Entered as Second CIhsb Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. M DEMOCRATIC I PROMISES 31 New Speaker Says the mj Tariff Will Be Re: JBI vised Downward ' &'$ Washington, April 4. This day sgB $ marked the opening of the trial of sSH ft. the Democratic party to demonstrate jfR I its worthiness to receive ''the wider "fflf confidence" oC tho voters of tho coun '1 try, Asking his colleagues to keep f&H y that fact uppermost in their minds ifll 'fr during the present session of con Iwjf & Ercss, Representative Champ Clark of ,VgJ JT Missouri. In his speech accepting tlie Jl 4? speakership of the house, today out 5jj9J t lined the measures through which ...

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. — 4 April 1911

H 2 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, APRDL 4, 1911. ! FAIRPLAY for BABIES 1 "When your llttlo one 10 ailing, $ don't Btop Its cry of pain "with X opiates or othor Injurious drugs. J Give It r chunco for Ita life and 6 futuro vigor. Tho old-fashioned 4 CHILDREN'S PANACEA of Tho J8 Graofenbtjrg Co. la a slmplo vogo- tablo preparation which corrects 7u derngHl conditions In the dellcato y digestive organs of children, but 5s leaven no harmful ofter-oiTecta for $ m js jourllle-lougiogrot. All DruggisU H Across the Ocean B Pnlatlnl, modern kU-mticm H j iMih tvery comfort and H London ronTcnfcuco Wlrclcwand H Tnrln submarine plrnnK H fans TriTelera1 checks BrenM:n NORTH H McaliftU carte w M'm' ""' " sxsr"" GERMAN H Gibraltar LLOYD 1 Algiers xpre l&illnri to London, 1 Nanles rarti and firtmen eTtfj H r Tueidny. H Genoa f-i mal1 tetnn to ron- H , V dnn, ParU and llrtintn everr 1 a Thnrdijr. H Conneeoona lor Mtmurr&ne&a Torti eTtry H JEcypt and Far BotBrday. iJBiH Kait...

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. — 4 April 1911

Si THE EVENING STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1911. 3 H If FRATERNAL SOCIETIES , I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 4 Ogden Lodgo No 2, Knights of ; Pythias meets at Castle hall, Utah J National Bank building, every Monday j evening. All K. of P.'s requested to 1 meet with us. i A J. THON. a C I v W. G. KIND. M. of R. 1 W. h. UNDERWOOD. , 1 - K. of R. & a. ODD FELLOWS, Ogden Lodge No. G. Independent Or der or Odd Follows, moots In I. O. O. 1 F. Hall, every Tuesday evening. Via- (ting brothers cordially invited to be present. S. H. FREY. Noble Grand. HENRY KISSEL, Secretary. Qusen City Rebekab Lodge, No. 4, ; I. 0. O. F meets Becond and fourth Friday evenings at Odd Fellows'-Hall. Visiting members invited. NELLIE CHIVERALL, N. G. EMMA MEID, Rec. Sec'y.. I I 718 23rd. f ' ORDER (jt OWLS. ' j Ofdcn Nest. No. 121S, Order of Owla, Pmeots every Thursday evening In Eagles' Hull . east of Reed hotel, at 8 o'clock. Visiting Brother Owla ar 1 1 invited to attend the Nest meetings. ij JAS. E....

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. — 4 April 1911

H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1911. S - : : I I DO YOU NEED A BED DAVENPORT OR COUCH? m I Only one more day left to purchase one at factory prices. A new carload has just been placed on our floor and we are offering these in I H I this sale. There will be none sold at these prices after Wednesday night. t, t I 1 Tare solid7ak frame uuholstered with oil tempered springs, best Boston leather, back lets Leather couch, genuine leather, solid oak frame, well tufted, worth $37.50, reduced for tomor g ' down to make a bed, and wardrobe under the scat to hold the bedding when not in use Makes row to 25.00 ; , H a good appearance in a room is very useful Worth $35.00. Sale price $22.o0 We have a genuine Boston leather, tufted like cut, for, Sale price $12.50 j H : i M We have fifty pieces t0 seiect from of Davenports and couches and you can sure save money in this sale. If you haven't the money, we will make the terms. j An Independent Newspaper 4: Hj (ESTABLISHED 18...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 4 April 1911

IS THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1911. H 1 LSUNffi . W Because of a wonderful dirt- VSv starling ingredient which ii i fiWji Sunny Monday laundry soap '!Sl contains, it loosens the dirt 5 J quickly, cleanses the fabric .SONji with little rubbing, and ii?8l washes your clothes clean : jdjj r without washing them out. 'ill' Sunny Monday is white ,rfl IS contains no rosin is the pur- m eSt klmciy soaP made and I III' tie on knc you can safebr 'Uji wash your woolens and finer " if fabrics with. atJ the n. k. fairbank company A'Wi CHICAGO fc$J . ?w$ 3Z" !ttRi in i , 1 nil I NEXT TO YOUR $1 1 SKIN, WHAT DO cS$ 1 YOU LIKE? ftOi I Good Undcrucai of course' UttcWf 'I At this tlmo of the jear you J a-(r I shoul11 tm"n vour attention to M oa titjt H jour underwear needs Ours Is W ind Sip B the largest stock of men's uu- ffl III pwf derwear in tOgden EJ ubmf I Prices are JJ6c a garment and H nitl'lH I up to ?2 50 m '; fl THE BARON CO. 1 jl 2345 Wash- Aye. 1 fl The Ogden M...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 4 April 1911

fl THE EVENING STANDARD: OCtDEN, UTAH. TUESDAY, APRIL 4, lwxx. . H Steady Nerves H Every one envies the man Hj "with a clear head and steady H nerves. H He enjoys healthy appetite, H ' good digestion and refreshing H sleep. H These things you, too, con cn- H joy for yourself if you will but: H take a gloss of Pabst Blue Ribbon H beer at meal times and on re- H tiring. Pabst H BlueRibbofi H The Boer of Quality Jb universally endorsed by die- H ticians, because of its mild, H stimulating effect on the appetite, its great aid to digestion and its H soothing effect on the nerves. H Made and Bottled Only HJ by Pabst at Milwaukee M Pabst Blue Ribbon has a de- H lightful, appetizing flavor and an agreeable smoothness char- f H actcristic of no other beer. H 'Phone for a case. M The Fred J. Kiesel Co. I CHILDREN Of I MYJfETING H Sunday afternoon in St Joseph's H ball the children of Mary held an im- H portant meeting, for the purpose of H discussing plans for the future suc- H i cess of thi...

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. — 4 April 1911

lijfcL THE EVENING STANDABP; OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1911. 7 There's Style and Distinctiveness in Our JUI , $15.00 Suits I In quality, design and workmanship they arc in every way superior to the usual $17.50 garment ' j They represent a spedial e- Mf fort to produce a suit that Hj will meet the needs of the man M with a price limit, who wants m ; good stfjie n.iid dependable H quality. The price is only a ! : small part of their rail worth. H "We show a variety of models H L broad enough for every taste. H CLARfiS JH CLOTHING II STORE ja 23G2 Wash Ave. I I RANDOM I I REFERENCES H (Continued from I'niro Klvo.i H Conference rates via the D. & It, G., Hll 51.10 to Salt Lake and return. April Hcl 3rd to 9th; pood returning until April ma 12th. Fast special train leaves Ogden ft 8:15 A. M., April 7th, Sth and Sth; u leaves Salt Lak"e returning at 11:15 J p. m., after the theatre Six other H i good trains. , Hf Purchase of a Home E. O. Piles jH has purchased from E S. Crocker ...

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. — 4 April 1911

H R - - 'r THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, 1 APRIL 4, 1911. - tB H - H I Safeguard Yqus Food ' H I by Always Using l H I CREAM H I fiflaeie faom Pure Bfsresq H I Gjream of Tairi&s H 1 Its purity, wholesomeness and j f 1 superior leavening qualities -j H I are never questioned. I H I 1 NO ALUIV3 ; B ' 1 NO LOME PHOSPHATE , I B H "Alum Is a powerful astringent with very z H I decided Irritant qnnlHIes, owing to which, when Hl I taken Internally In sufficient quantity, It Is emetic j H fl and purgative, and may soon cause fatal gastro- i M D Intestinal inflammation." Ut 5. Dispensatory, p. 144. H I "The use of alum and salts of alumina In flood Jj j I should DC prohibited' Prof. Wood, Harvard Unlc H I Notice that all advertlssmants H 1 of the cheap bakung powders Hj I conceal the presence of alumg E H 1 Therefore read the iahalm M I CAM0RR1STS ARE I NOW COIFIDEIT H VITERBO, April 3. In their cells at M the mediaeval monastery of Gradl to- m day the accused CamorrLsts gl...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 5 April 1911

8l LET YOUR WANTS BE g A j(f4A4ftfV t T Vf'M rtWfn WEATHER FORECAST , I m KNOWN IN THE II I 1 17 T II' 1 1 I I MM I Wll III IN III TSA''ml fjf EVENING STANDARD flxl IJL AwW I' W l fcJV!''! IV VVl V w.A,&HT R jjr : I ff 4t-x jfiWj i Forty-first Year.lpTkevTc OGDEN CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1911 Enier a S"" o "atter at he ptoffico, ogden, utah. H Si " I Ift h 1 Si 3 9 5g JKohlsaat Gives Name Jj of Iniornier of' Jl Slush Fund jj I Springfield, Ills., April B. II. ' H. jfflH Kohlsaat today told the Senate 7jP X bribery Investigation committee that 'S Clarence S. Funk, general manager ?m of the International Harvester eom U3K$ pony, was the man who Informed Mr. m i Kohlsaat a slush fund of $100,000 was R i put up to elect Lorlmcr. J To the first question of Attorney $13 ? J J. Healey, Air Kohlsaat Identified 4b i a te'csram sent v him to Chairman ;jS Helm saying his confidant called at '3 the Record-Herald office and was will '3j lng to appear, before the committee. jK ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 5 April 1911

H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, ISIi. L I CHICAGO'S I MAYOR I AGAIN H CHICAGO, April i Carter ' H II. Harrison, Domocrat, was H - elected mayor of Chicago to- M 4- day for the fifth time. His H I -- plurality. Judged by 75 or cent H of the returns, ah first brought M In, was about 13,000. -f j H Prof. Charles E. Mcrriam, his Re- H publican opponent, conceded the clec- Hf tion of Mr. Harrison at C:30 p. m., H . two and a half hours aftor tho polls H closod, but said tho results were such H as would glvo him hope for another P contest. H i Mcrriam Gives Up Fight. H Tn giving up the fight, Mr. Merrlam H sold: H "I am satisfied with the fight wo H have made. Wo have presented the H Issues of decent, honest, economical H and progreEsivo governmont squarely H to the -voters. I wish to thank my H many friends who hare loyally sup- H ported mo with, their time, money and Hj enthusiasm. I congratulate Mr. Har- H rison on his victory and wish him well H in his adminis...

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. — 5 April 1911

THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH, WEDNESDAY, APRTL 5, 1911. kk .j . . HHfl ffiM FRATERNAL SOCIETIES H . KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, f ; Ogdcn Lodge No. 2, Knights of iH Pythias meets at Castle hall, UUih II f National Bank building, every Monday L' evening. All K. of P.'s requested to S , meet with us. ' A, J. THON. C. C , .? W. G. KIND, M. of E., 4ft W. L- UNDERWOOD, ft K. of R. & S. : . ODD FELLOWS. i ' Ogden Lodge No. 5, Independent Or- i e'er of Odd "Fellows, meets In I. O. O. ; F. Hall, every Tuesday evening. Vis- ' Iting brothers cordially invited to bo J , present S. H. TREY, Noble Grand. 1 HENRT KISSEL, Secretary. J '' Qosen City Rebokab Lodge, No. 4, i I. O. 0. F, meetB second and fourth t Friday- ovenings at Odd FcIIowb Hall. i :' Visiting- members invited. i'j "NELLIE CHIVERALL, N. G. " EMMA MEID, Rec. Sec'y., ! i 718 23rd. ORDER CrP OWLS, J Ogden Nest, No. 1218, Order of. Owls, ui meets every Thursday evening In WM ;' : Eagles' Hall . eaat of Reed hotel, at 8 jfflH i , o'cl...

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. — 5 April 1911

H 4 THE EVENING STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1911. i I lj? Etrnttttg gtattbar& An Independent Newspaper 4TFSSill H (ESTABLISHED 1870..) SE&'' H FOR THE FARMERS. The Utah Agricultural College hns issued two bulletins to which H the attention of the farmers of this region is called. One is on tho M reclamation of scoped and alkali lauds, by C. R Brown and K. A. M Hart and the other "A Report of Seven Years' Investigation of H Dr' Panning Methods' by L. A. Merrill H ' Both publications should receive wide circulation among those H who have lands made worthless by alkali brought to the surface H by seepage waters and those who arc dry farmers or are consider- H ing the subject, having in view the locating on a dry farm. H L. A. Merrill is recognized as an authority on dry farming and H liis experiments in Utah are of inestimable value to those engaged H in dry farming. H The bulletins are for free distribution and can be had by writing H to the college in Logan, 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. — 5 April 1911

5l THE EVENING STANDAKD: OGDEN. UTAH. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1911. 5 H & . . . ., H i? 1 fc !J STANDARD TELEPHONES li If I .4 CALL Up lift STANDARD EXCHANGE. un " 56' to Communicate with any fljgK department. gj RANDOM J REFERENCES 'C! ?K John Herrlck In Ogden. J. L. Her ri 'M Tick, a former resident or this city 'M jg nnd president of the Tntcrmountaln Jjjf mission at Denver, is visiting .bis M mother, Mrs. Lester J. Herrlck. He 01 & spent yesterday with friends In Salt ' Lake City. Jjl W j Call Allen, pnone 2, for carriages n K tor funerals and oparaa. Private nails ajB a flpeclalty. AIbo prompt delivery ot 7.M baggage. 412 25th. ff Llla Jost Returns From Abroad. I fAfter several years of study abroad, 1 Miss Lila Jost, daughter of John A. jjjr Jost, of this city, has returned to Og- J h den. Miss Jost has a remarkably fine . 6oprano voice and (luring her stay in fiff Berlin she was a pupil and assistant 'SA of Alexander Hclnemann, the noted 3Q .jT German baritone, who will g...

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. — 5 April 1911

H THE EVENING BTAITDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 0, 1911. H II Jfjm Xlie H Wgr ,-' Raincoat Hj rM ;''"?'' Nothing takes "the H: "-"Tl place of the Rain- H v coat or its partic- B fvSttvi uar servce- H IClii IV e aincoat is H i v yK as muc a Part a H v !S Man's wardrobe as H S X. An? is Overcoat H 11 faw V 0 have Raincoats of H UR jj every approved fabrio H j 11 1 VY Rubberized or Water- I H li I W They are cut quite long I Hj I I II Vf V and most of them have jl H i fl 11 Vi the high button solitary H . II I II 11 VV x&. collar so appropriate for II H II I II II V this style of garment. H I ll 11 u Some are half lined and H I w 11 v others arc full lined. I I 1 II u ?15' ?18' ?20 10 54 fl C JL 1 I t 'e guarantee our H 1 jy Raincoats to do H i III j full duty, and so H 11 J 1 1 you see that, as us- vA v'v ual yu tae no 1 JsJI risk when you buy H jfEr?. a Raincoat here. I FRED M. NYE CO. H 2413 Washington A en tie Jl I ASK TO HAVE THE I TROOPS RECALLED H Union Men Signing1 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. — 5 April 1911

3i IH , THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1911. . V I ll J' ?K ' Agents?,. I !j 1 J.' . & ,-J -, Huyler's, Candies. I ,1 1 We-Promise .'',' . ..' f I !' r Nothing foi Nothing i But we do give a dollar's I worth of value, with accrued I 1 K interest, plus our appreciation I l t of your business, for a dollar's I I I worth of coin. With us it's I j I honest drugs honest dealing. II I BAD CON PHARMACY, "If s Reliable" : i. I 2421 Washington. A. R. MoINTYRE, Prop. I v : . !' I RANDOM ! 1 REFERENCES I j (Continued frra Pace Five ) : ' Conference rates via tho D. &; 1L G., .If; $L10 to Salt Lake and return, April ; 3rd to 9th good returning until April A'i, 12th'. Fast special train leavos Ogden fli 8:15 A. M., April 7th, Sth and 9th: 75; leaves Salt Lake returning at 11:15 m , P. m., after the. theatre. Six other S ; good traln3. 9: A United Stales mine Inspecting j car passed through Ogden this morn- j ng on its way Troin Salt Lake City J ' to Coalville The ...

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. — 5 April 1911

H TEE j5V!MiJ?ra STAlTDiLRD.' OGDEN, TJTAH. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 0, 191. -w. H kL AS USUAL ZION ' CLAIMS IT ALL H' SALT LAKE, April A Only one H ' Mormon tabernacle choir will attend H the New Yorli land exposition next Hl November and r that ouo will be the Hl Salt Lake choir, judging: from today's Hj developments. The report that the Ogden singers would "go grew out of H tUo fact that they gained the conBcnt H of tho church preslacncy to make the H trip. But in tho meantime tho man- H ager of the Salt Lako choir was slgn- H lng up a contract with the manager Hj I of the exposition. Tho contract, which H i was closed yesterday, calls for tho H rendition of the "Irrigation Ode" and H other selections during the ten days H v of tho land show in Madison Square ' Garden. H 1 Tho above is the Associated Press H I dispatch on the choir controversy sent 1 f, out from Salt Lake City last evening, H j and shows that In spite of President H , Joseph Smith's expressed desire that H the Ogden choi...

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. — 6 April 1911

Sir 1 I LET YOUR WANTS BE.. j 1 I "1 W 4 '3r' illf't ifl WEATHER FORECAST H fi . KNOWN IN THE II 1 1 17 'Hi 1 11' W I I I I I lW l 111 IH I I .rTrrLlro: H I j EVENING STANDARD Jjxl 1JL mwJWWw W IfLI W 1V " froSdaIf " H I ' U JP ; H I ( 'SL . B i Forty-first Year-No. 82. Price Five Cents, OGDEN CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 6, 19 U Entered as Second Class Matter at the Poatofflce. Ogden, Utah. jH j i . . - 1 H r l ILUot .KAIL ' I" FOR PENNANT ft Six Teams in National l League Have a Chance to Win 7 New York, April C High up In his offices on the thirteenth floor of v ?Cew York's tallest skyscraper, Pres- S ident Thomas J. Lynch of the Natlon- x nl league, lias figured out that tho i race for the pennant this year will ft he the closest and" most keenly con- i tested in many years. Here is his 7 statement of tho situation: p "One of six clubs has a chance to ',l win this yoar. Rarely have the teams f presented a more even front. While St. Louis and Boston do not seem to be as st...

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. — 6 April 1911

1 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, .UTAH, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 19n. bbbbbbi 2 . . L v H SWAMSON'S FILLS ' HJBfll i Boat Rumody f or Constlpntton, Sick Head- HHfl acho, Sour Stomnch, Belchlnc and Llvar Troubles. 25c per Box atPniggUto. m Those Terrible Rheumatic Pains H QUICKLY STOPPED H by using . H SWANSON'S I 5 Or ops HBfll MRS. CAROLINE TEEPLES. Pima. 'ArU., -"tct: bbbbbI 'I 11 ooro than tiiftkial for thfl rret good 6- BBBBB i ji Bto u "DIlora hu Jan, ln ,, family. H if?5 1 My daughter caaa homo eupr- H jbMASi n2inthIUicnmUinlln hrr low- bbbbbI R & erltmta. Sh was uffrinK un- I 'ML.N told tiWi brr limbs Uing all fl i t3am swollen. &hehdtoffOODratth- VaVafal I 3fifit whtahtrilloh'phentlt- bWbYbYbYJ ,'JIjtwmVmmY v tw cunea around on a chair. 1 J UbOmWm& Tho pln BTlduillT citcoded to B fWUnaaaBi N? itomach and thin to bcr affaffaffH TiaUbIHi head. nd wr o mtct that ho H ! MflafHl ' lothrm!nd. Wccsllfdlnthrcd bbbbH ijfi W,mA doctor, but Oxy. oj no n- affaffaffaW ' If 1 1 UBl co...

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. — 6 April 1911

ZTJS f THE EVENING STANDAED: OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1911. " s H ftf FRATERNAL SOCIETIES V KNIGHTS OF EYTHIAS. 'liHm Ogden Lodge No. 2, Knights or Jvm Pythias meets nt Castlo hall, Utah Voh jj National Bank building,, every Monday lw evening. AH K. of P.'a requested to S-jffl '3 meet with us. f.',T3? J A. J. THON, C. C. ffm i W. G. KIND, M. of B Umi W. L. UNDERWOOD. I $ V K. of R. ft S. jjg i , ODD FELr.r?WS. J ' Ogden Lodge No. 5, Independent Or- '. der of Odd Fellows, meets In I. 0. O. , , 4 rf F. Hall, every Tuesday evening. Vis- ' i 5 Mug brothers cordially Invited to be 5' ml present .!,, t S. H. FREY. Noble Grand. jijy HENRY KISSEL, Secretary. ll i Quscn City Rebeknh Lodget No. f J II ? I. O, O. F., meets second and "fourth .ft S Friday evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall. JS! Visiting members Invited. 2 I NELLIE CHIVERALL, N. G, I EMMA MEID, Rec Scc'y.. 0(, J I 718 3rd. Qm if ORDER Crt OWLS. Jh J. 0?den Nest, No. 1218, Order of Owln, jfflB y meets every Thursday ovenlng In ...

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. — 6 April 1911

m i ' H 4 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDSN, UTAH, THURSDAY, APRIL G, 1911. I H An Independent Newspaper roL H (ESTABLISHED 1870..) v-'- Hj r EVEN THE DEMOCRATS ARE LAME. Hl ' M That the insurgent Republicans are to play a more important H part than to be solely 11 power for good -within the Republican ranks, H is proved by the fact that even the Democratic party has its "Stand- H Pat" and reactionary force "Wednesday fifteen Democratic sen- H ators met with V. .7. Bryan in "Washington to confer with tho H former standard-bearer of the party. As the dispatches state, the H gathering grew out of the visit of William J. Bryan and was due H to the prospect that Senator Martin of Virginia would be elected H v chairman of the Democratic senatorial caucus. . The Nebraska sen- Hj ' ator-is understood to have counseled his intimate senatorial friends M to select some other senator more inclined toward the Bryan H ( policies. Hl l Mr, JBryaii offered no personal objection to Mr. Martin, but H I pl...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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