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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 6 April 1911

- THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1911. " 5 H I V f STANDARD TELEPHONES M f CALL UP m A STANDARD EXCHANGE. il ' Bell 56'to Communicate -with any nJ 1 ' department. 11 RANDOM 31 REFERENCES u 'I DJ, Smith and wire of Boise were I 51 visitors in the City yesterday. Call Allen, phones 21, ror carriage M I for funerals and cpfiraa. Private nails H : ; a specialty. Also prompt delivery of ' burgage. 412 25th. m The fire company from No 1 station f was summoned to the home of Mrs fl j J. R. Rowhor, 227 Twenty-seventh ,' street, at 5 o'clock last evening. The 9 j paper over a stovepipe hole became Ignited. The loss was practically I ; ' nothing. fai WANTED Clean whlto rags at the !yf Standard. -. I i E. H. Jones Of Kelton, Utah, was a I (k business visitor in Ogden Wednes- 3 dav. aM il Advortlsera must have their copy tor the Evening Standard the overling "jL v before the day on which tho advor- u i tlaement Is to appear la order to In jjyt sure publication. k$ A marri...

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. — 6 April 1911

S 1 i H ( e THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1911. R H spring' tShirts H lfc- contrnctcd with some of the foremost Shirt Manu- II H II faeturers m the United States to make our Spring H J I Shirts. We have a showing of carefully chosen fabrics that II H II will please the most fastidious dresser. 11 H i We don't know where the man we can't please with a II H . Shirt will go to find Shirts to suit him. H i Many of the new patterns are confined to us II Hj exclushely. H All Sizes and all Sleeve Lengths. H Attached or Detached Collars, $1 to 5. M j The new Negligee Shirt with soft detached collar will I H i be a very popular Shirt for hot weather wear with swell II M dressers. "We have them at their best, in handsome new II shades. H i Bring here any particular Shirt requirement you may 11 H ' have, Sir3 and sec how well wc can meet it. II FRED M. NYE CO. H I l 2413 Washington Avenue II , fl ' LET US H KEEP YOUR CLOTHES j SPICK AND SPAN. H Have your Shirts, Collars...

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. — 6 April 1911

R . THE EVENING STANDARD: OSDEN, UTAH. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1911. 7 I HOW MANY BRANDS OF COFFEE i have you tried in a vain effort to find tho one different kind that hits the cpot and satisfies till the noon , meal. Don't Give Up , until you have tried ! Chase & Sanborn's Just the Right Blend ; Just the Right Strength Just the Right Price your grocer has It. Don't Accept a Substitute I" J. S. CARVER : & SONS j EXCLUSIVE AGENTS. r 2354 WASH. AVE. F.S.PEERY 1 REAL ESTATE. I . No. 1. 2G2C Quincy 1 I' ' $2,200; $500 down, $2o month; 1 S 4 rooms. I BNo' 2. 32Q.7 Adams,. I : PreUy-ramo "house; $0,127,50; I ; 11,300 down; $2o month; U i rooms. U 1 5 No. 3. 2752 Maillbou, modern. H $6,000; 41,600 down; $35 S; month; brick bungalow; C 1 I ' rooms. I .' No. 4 Porter, 2932, cement: 9 j; mddern; $5,000, $1,200 down; 1 ' $25 month. I ' No. 5. Brick, C rooms, modern. H $4,500; $i,500 down, $35 I month. 2524 Vau Buren, 1 No. 6 Yellow brick, modern; H 25th st and Orchard; $6,000; I $40 month,...

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. — 6 April 1911

H iC cv THE EVENING STAND AED: OGDEN, UTAH, THUBSDAY, APRIL 6, 1911. :M i Blanche Ring, Presenting "The Yankee Girl," a Musical Comedy, H ' at the Orpheum, April 10. Seat Sale Saturday, April 8. I ROOSEVELT AT I JUNGIi DINNER ' I PORTLAND, Ore , April 5 Theo- H dore Roosevelt was given a reception H in Portland today that was edildl if H not greater in enthusiasm to anything H ' he has experienced since he began his H 1 speech-making tour. Streets were H lined with people and was greeted H with cheers all along the wny H Tonight Mr. Roosevelt was the guest H r of tho Portland Commercial club-at; u H banquet which was the most novel H affair lie has attended since he left H New York Tho club rooms "were H ! transposed into an African jungle .and. H the various features of the entertaln- H nient, all of which wore of a tropical H sort and held up national and local H figures to good-natured ridicule, were H received by Mr. Roosevelt with every Hj evidence of enjoyment, cvon when the H...

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. — 7 April 1911

Bi LET YOUR WANTS BE 1 JC-dV''t;t"WV WTVf'VI lrtV'?it I ., WEATHER RECAST I :l d KNOWN IN THE U il TUllO llIlU JSIMI LUtLlI iSTSSSE I If i EVENING STANDARD J-fl f "V WW WM mrWV1'HrW V be. tomorrow fair. H i. : I 4AS 1- 1- H kM FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO. 83 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY, UTAH, FPjDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 191 1 . v Entered as Second Clasji Matter at' the Postoffice , Ogden. Utah IfAINTS II I THE COURT f Accused Priest Adds to $j I the Dramatic Scenes ; at Viterbo, Italy 2 i Sj ,J Viterbo, Italy, April 7. Again to il $:dny, the trial of the Cammorlsts was 1 Interrupted when Clrro Vltozzi, the i accused priest, weakened by a self 'm jp imposed fast, fainted. He was under H Interrogation, and had worked him m f se Into such a state of mental and js -,' physical exhaustion that ho tumbled 9 i over against the steel bars of the S 5 prisoners' cage. m t Lawyers and carabineers rushed to j r his assistance and, in tho confusion. 9f i President Blanchl suspended the i courL At the same ...

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. — 7 April 1911

! THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, xvxi. - ' ' . . ' "7 STEAMER IS I STRANDEDIN I SIGHT OF F BOCK t :- n?W Y0RK- April 7. Tho J BFrtnzoBB Iroae was still -f round at 1 o'clock this K?ln- b had moved her -f- HHpsroea, but the tido again. Mf t receflo tr 1 o'clook. B &&t hour there appeared f Uttlo hope of dragging Mk : T TORK, April 6. AH efforts V io steamship PrinzoBs Irene m oor stranded position today on HPs-odc on t&e odgo of the "gravo f' -e Atlantic, on tho sea- Vard coast of Long Island, hare prov- Ped fmitlaas, the 1,720 passengera, al- F though, witJain sight of their destlna- $ lo3 remaining on hoard tonlghL V They -wore In for a, Bleeplces night owing to a heavy ground swell, which "began battering the vessel, to tho toll height of the superstructure, as night fell She Ilea within DO miles of lo r jrter at Hoboken. After Winning Into the sand In tho log early this morning tho liner lay helpless throughout the day surround ed by tugs and reve...

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. — 7 April 1911

' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, APWL 7, 1011. H 'J . . ' ' ' o Impressive In Style Expressive Of You ar N our Clothes every detail Is JB worked out to perfection. That's what mRkes them perfect clothes Whether in preparing the interior ' . strong parts or the exterior style : j8rts the details are excellent One familiar with our. methods cau readily understand how our clothes ; put ready-made to shame and stand level with the product of the highest-priced custom tailor's. Investigate. 20.00 to ?50.00. , M. H. VAN DYPtE. 2477 Hudson Ave. New Peery Bldg. After All 4 JLJB.LS?kj? BLUE 1 RIBBON BREAD is always AHEAD in QUALITY and v QUANTITY. Sold bv most of Ogden 's best grocers. Some grocers prefer to sell other 'kinds of bread be L caus they make a larger Y - psofit. " Xook for the Red, White and I jjlue Label. I Starched Goods There's satis faction wrapped up in every bundle . laundered I . Ogden 1 Steam Laundry I Both 4 mm Phones X it U. S. DEPOSITARY. FIRST. NATIONAL ;...

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. — 7 April 1911

' " 1 I THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1911. " w . . Z An Independent Newspaper fgS? BR. JOHN D. CARNAHAN. TJiat is sad news lor this communit?, the announcement of lUc 'death of Dr. John D- Carnahan. AVc do not know of a more jj beloved man than he. The following nol-e came-to our desk. this, mornjn from one of the most prominent business men of this"cil.. " I cannot help but offec a few .suggestions for rditorinl com ment, knowing they, express the thoughts of main "old timers' m this community. It is not necessary to parade the nobility of Hflk character or good qualities of Dr. Carnahan, as they arc well known Byrc. He "was a Samaritan and a great physician The only flaw HHBfen. professionally was his dep sympathy for all humanitv. Any yajBho had ihe privilego of his companionship and professional IhOjk, knows "what I am to convey liis memory always will be HHK by us. "Would that the -world would give us more of such Rsow that he is dead, wc begin to appreci...

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. — 7 April 1911

&i " TH31 EVSHISfi STANDARD OCPEN. UTAH. FRIDAY, AJPRIL 7, 1911. " il jg ! Scene from Blanche Ring, in "The Yankee Girl," at the Orpheum Theater, April 10. Seat Sale Saturday, 10 a. m. p THE QUALITY I ! I which sets BLANCHARD BUTTER apart altogether B ,1 from other bul tens is the quality of the cream in it tr$&' cream that is gathered by our own men from the best r SI Hi arnis ad dairies of the state cream that measures up g m ffl to t'lc n,Eiest staudard cream that' is scientifically 3 rt25Jk pasteurized before going into the butter Could you lm- 3 f8 agine any butter being purer or of higher quality than PM "BLANCHARD". It is sold by all grocers. IWI D Retail Price v , ,, Retail Price I 5R You should never ac- I i5C tept a substitute. 5bC a ALL BLANCHARD PRODUCTS ARE GOOD Blanchard Butter, Blanchard Eggs, Blanchard Milk-fed Poultry, Imported and yy Domestic Cheese. inn- :jk H Put Ycur Furs and M HI Winter Garments Sjj H Away in H The Wayne Cedared I Paper Wardrobe -B Hi 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. — 7 April 1911

( i . . - THE EVENINC. STANDARD: 0GD3N, UTAH, FRIDAY, APEIL 7, 1911. " ' ', GLENWOOD PARK !S SOLD !' ThejLease, Buildings and Ownership of Grounds Now All In One , H Management-A Beautiful Resort j, Should Be Built. Yesterday William Glasmann. sold to tno truateo for Olonwood Park Co., Glenwood Park for $9,500. Mr. Glas mann bad purchased tho land a few Ir $9,000 and It was his form areaort company', I of $50,000. It was his 00 Ogden uuslnoss mon st $500, and to build a it that would exceed rtJUng in Salt Lake City, i havo a pleasure to not only keep tho Ogden me, but Tvtll bring the Corlnno, Brlghnm City, Ity, Ljjan and from all lti cities. Tho people ry summer pay tho rall telde resorts enough re than build a pleasure 'ear. What Ogden needs ns to bring people to I as keep our own people isure resort that is fixed the people will payin wood Pdrk, -with Ogden BARRY ROSS . TRIED FOR L FORGERY Wk In JudgV Howell's dltision of the H? criminal court this morning, the caBC Hj& of k t...

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. — 7 April 1911

Jim? W l I I 1 , THE EVEinHG STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAfl, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1911. - - . . . ..--, H I'm! N Jr I You've Ecfd I About the J . A PERFECT UNION SUIT : underwear in "Satur- J day Evening Post." rol Well, we are agents y j j here for this celebrat- r I ed underwear. ffj Resolve no,w that l you will use,. -it this : year. Its fine. III THE TOGGERY I: "Your Store." Ill . zzzzzzzzzz: III SNOW IN SIOUX CITY. ir SIOUX CITY. April G Heay snow e &re car1" iniR morning III; She Walked Ruth Martin, charged f wlth vagranev, was sentenced to pay I ?j a fine of $10 or spend ten davs in 81 Iz? clty Drlson- '' police magistrate this morning. Miss Martin docliued ;j to go from her prison cell to the . court room yesterday morning unless lj Bhe was carried and foi this reason her case was continued She walked j ato the court room this morning RANDOM1 I REFERENCES (Continued From, Page Five.) Conference fates via the D. & R. G., $1.10 to Salt Lake and return, April 3rd to 9th; good retur...

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. — 7 April 1911

I ' - - - - ; I i r THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, ' APRIL 7, 1911. " l of . ' . - - - - . - c B rcfi. jM I Makes) Home Baking Easy, IM; f(BW JB Gives nicer, Letter food than baker's, iy K B li T616 no baking powder like it W m 1 for hot biscuit, hot breads and cake. XvJv I Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar, I TERRORISM Stanley Williams and His Band Have r Turned Brigands r Caloxico, Cal., April 7. Stanley Wil- ; Hams and his robel band of eighty men, all Americans, stationed at L Algoodones, a fow miles east of Mexl- I call, began last night a career of rob- f bory and terrorism on tho American rauohos located In Lower California. . " Tho loot of tho war band is report yt ed already to amount to more than .$10,000. United States citizens have t appealed to tho American troops for help there. Wflllains Is said to havo beon a for-' ! mer quartermaster sergeant in the f-' United States army and is charged with desertion. All of his followors aro Americans. Mexican, Apri...

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. — 8 April 1911

w 'I m LETYOUR WANTS 'BE g-rf 1 J 'i H rf "i VlMfrfc ifV' rfl WEATHER FORECAST H jjb :T KNOWN IN THE HI I I Ix AH I 11 1 B I I II Hl M fl 1 I I sm III the indications are that Twn H j iyinwwin nx niL. Ml I V I I I I II I TO I m M III ! l III weather will be fair to. V EVENING STANDARD f v L y If m., EH ll II 111 MJs I JL BLI I IL l& &.&. 1L night; slightly colder; M & j CVH1N11NVJ O 1 UNUKL Jrm BM &&'rKr'' W WW WB Tfc 'VTW'V' fc VT W fc HEAVY FROST; FRIDAY FAIR. H W ... 5? i , 2 - . H 9 Forty-flrst Year-No. 84.-Prlce Five Cents. OGDEN CITY UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, J9JJ SIXTEEN PAGES Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postof flee, Ogden, Utah. M I1W0RST OF It HORRORS (5 Number of Dead at S; Thro op, Pa., Is !!' Placed at 85 It ' "" J3 ft Scranton, Pa., April S. Mine offi I ji cials, In charge of the searching par U Ues, gave it as their opinion today J that tho number of dead, as the result J rt of tho fire in the Pancoast mine, at a Throop yesterda...

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. — 8 April 1911

NMS: H 0 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, tITAH, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1911. . ; H . : 1 ;ag I Another Big "SUNKIST ' Sale Lasting All po r c t see the iwif ui Rogers N 117 1 D RJI 1 A IrKitio Silver FREE With 1'' ext Week, Begins Monday, Apr.10 AQIWIQT,,W -J , : 7 r i SUNKJST Wrappers k H ,Cw jL The biggest lot of orangcj that ever came to this city How to Serve Them I ff v - 1 'H H ' ffpY haS JU9t nvedTraREETMIU.ION of them. They Oranges are the most apnetkinir and nourishlnff food yon can 1 If M $8k fffljF 1 I NM if A'sfy arrived by special Fast freight direct trom the big bun- wrvo at breakfast in tho sick-room between meals in salads, I IE S jSmRflbftv ilm 1 1 H fa I fa'jSb kit" fruit groves of California. They arc the Sunkist teos, sherbets and puddings. I MR WV ymA f 1;W I J H til MffiF brand famed for their delicious flavor and health-giving , There is no limit to the number of e.Tcellent dishes of which ! fj Unfl VHSmliV I 'f I I ''') H 1 1 I aw oroDcrties. Each local fruit dealer...

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. — 8 April 1911

Ml ' - THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1911. 3 ! SI III I You've Read II I j About the I - A PERFECT UNION SUIT X J ;! underwear ia "Satur- :- day Evening Post." j Well, we are agents I here for this celebrat- ed underwear. Resolve now that j you will use it this year. Its fine. ' ; THE TOGGERY l: "Your Store." Ww-PI nllV m: 1 PI WW- ' - I W M I ' W ? Impressive In Style Jwf j Expressive Of You lfit HrN onr Clothes every detail Is itPlt I "vvorlieti ol,t to perfection. That'u life what calces them perfect clothes. I Whether In preparing the Interior Ml i strong parts or the exterior style parts the details are excellent jhjpA One familiar with our methods enn Jf readily understand how our clothes ; nul ready-made to shame and stand D i level with the product of the high- T? . ostpriced custom tailor's Investigate. , 111 $20.00 to $50.00. fit M. H. VAN DYKE. 5$, 2477 Hudson Ave. m. New Peery Bldg. urn ig r H After All I HESS i" RIBBON BREAD is always AHEAD in f ...

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. — 8 April 1911

H f THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1911. ' H An Independent Newspaper ttO H (ESTABLISHED 1870..) Q- FEELING THE HALTER OF THE LAW. H M Sheriff Harrison is to lcnve for Detroit oil a mission which prora- H isc to bring to .justice two daring bold outlavns who, on January 2 M last, held up and robbed the Overland Limited tram on the South- M em Pacific at Reese, nine miles west of Ogden. This community is B deeply interested in the prosecution of the criminals and. though not H in any degree disposed to prejudge the accused, the feeling is that H the right men have been caught and that they should be extra- H rtited and placed on trial ut the earliest date possible- H OTTara, the tall man, and Chore, the heavy-set man, were at one H time engineer and fireman .respectively, on a branch road in H Wyoming. At that time they are supposed to have been, young H men of good character. They decided that hard work was a grind H and a living could be obtained with less ef...

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. — 8 April 1911

" " THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN. UTA.H. SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1911. e; B SS STANDARD TELEPHONES V'sSfr f;'tS CALL UP flfi STANDARD EXCHANGE, fcgjjfl Boll 56, to Communicate with any 2f; department. f RANDOM !l!' REFERENCES JiJs H t Dr. and Mrs. Barber attended the 'W3 station meetjn Salt Lake City Thura m '" day and Friday. ' Call Allen, phones 22. Tor carriage BfJf for funerals and operas. Private nails .Ti , a peclalty. Also prompt delivery of Xtwi e?l "'8a nez ude 'e'1 "or ner hms oivS' 'n Oakland yesterday, after a month's 4fLjf visit with. Ogden relatives and friends. ,$?' WANTED Clean whit rnga at tn -iSfc BUBdard, lSllll Alex Laner and Catherine A. Thomp- .Jj. son, both colored, were arrested by r&JjMi City Jailer Jens Habart Anderson tJjJ'' last evening. The man was booked Jjjl j 'Ma Togrant, and the woman was re- 5 ; leased. ' ?? ' H(l AdvertUera roust have their copy -$4ji : (or the Breninz standard tho evening 4j2 before the day on which tho adver tttf( ,' tlienteot is to...

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. — 8 April 1911

H 6 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1011. W I HOW MANY I BRANDS I OF COFFEE H have you tried in a vain effort to H find the one different kind that hits the spot and satisfies till the noon I Don't Give Up H until you have tried H Chase & Sanborn's H Just the Right Blend H Just the Right Strength H Just the Right Price M 25, 30, 35, 40, 45c H Don't Accept a Substitute I J. S. CARVER I & SONS fl EXCLUSIVE AGENTS. j 2354 WASH. AVE; I f French Dry I I Gleanings , - H I Qualify H I Price H I Eoonomy m H Three potent reasons 1 I wiy pays let us Hi I do your work. I I Ogden I I Steam Laundry H I Both fi M m Phones JL Tt H Orphum Candy Kitchen H Wc claim to furnish the best H Ice cream rn the crty. BEST-BY-TEST H The cream used in the manufac- RRH turc of our product was found by M the test of the City Inspector' to RRB contain the highest percentage of RRB butterfat. 19 PER CENT H Bring your beet summer glrland RRH we will prove the quality. Also RRH pure hig...

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. — 8 April 1911

BB S " ' "" THK eveHING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1911. f 7 ' H ? 1 -i . BBBJ 8 i 1' 1 RANDOM 1 REFERENCES &j (Continued From Page Five.) H V Christian Agnosticism and Christian HI ) praise had their rise in the same 85 ij great day of the Life of Christ. Why St" k Palm Sunday should lmve started rag if these divergent paths of gloom and 3$ t Joy, weakness and power, and the hls 3w " torlcal fmltage of each, vust alike in vvJK each case, will be the Sunday evening E' taenm ,n tDc' F'rst Presbyterian SMK church. Palm Sunday evening praise Ifrj;. numbers of classic Polm Snnday mm muBlc Soloists: MIbscs Corn, Harall, W& Blddle, Hamll, .Mrs. Stevens, Mr.' Jlf Saunders. Al" Guardian In the matter of the es-AI- tate and guardianship of Geneva Bal t lontyno, Mrs. Marv J. Stone has been i appointed guardian under a bond of , ?1.000. " Conference rates via the D. & R. G., I fl.10 to Salt, Lake, and return, April , 3ra to 9thj good returning' until April ij 13th., ...

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. — 8 April 1911

H to THE EVENDSTr, STANDARD: OQDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, APRIL S, 1TOL. ' - ft I Your Old Umbrella Change 1 Free Into a Hull Umbrella V This means that anyone can have the HuM detachable and Inter changeable device fitted by us, into the handle of your favorite Urn brel la r (which needs recovering). FREE OF CHARGE Why, thousands of women are adopting the Hull Umprella, and DISCARDING THE OLD STYLE. When you have exchanged your old umbreMa for a Hull Umbrella, you will begin to enjoy uses and advantageswhlch no umbrella has ever given you before. 1 Suppose the cover of your umbrella wears out; you bring it to us and we will snap Into the handle an automatic now frame and cover alliat the same or less expense than the cost of mere re covering. ( WJien'the cover of your old style umbrella wore out, you were forced to wal a day or two while being recovered and even then you ran tho risk of having the rusted ribs break and ruin this new cover. In a dozen ways the Hull detachable and intercha...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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