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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 8 April 1911

In par, two i ' ' THE, EVENING STANDARD ' J pag 9 .- 1 I SQfl J , - . . - r- . t l l!h FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO. 84 OGDENCITY, UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 8, 19 U PRICE FIVE' "' lYfl V 7 j P JMi f m V IS- T . fc A W I JMiSp xJ J. 3L JPZ Vr5 I jtVlfj X I SJ ;; tr m iJLi iiBKii-Crrii ifL-riT 4 is jyF & tmi & nrfi a rffi & k&Wmd -L0 1 g- - BB - wmW TTip' Fiit Tffa of SiiTniTiP'r WlKI I m: lllC 11131 11CU3 Ul w?U1I11I1C1 14811? I 0K ' H I j Veils Is Now a Most j Important Adjunct a:-; . fc ',; tCeen Discrimination and Good Taste Essential in g: : Picking Out This Part of the Toilette In ' ?' All Styles and Prices i' -1 A RE you awarc that a11 your fu v rt A turc happiness, at least In tho 4 f Immediate future, Is dependent jt solely and entirely on the tran- J scendent qualities of a single delects- ble, diaphanous veil. It may be very Vl small or very ..ample, but a veil there must be. It forms tho principal part ftft of the up-to-date toilet. Of course the 'Mil hat and go...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 8 April 1911

17 I "a i I ! THE-OGDEN STANDARD). ,aT; .."'. I H 1 . -i r - - 1 fl I JlEHIND THE SCENES,, .AT A BALL 'GAME;' H ' " Part of the Immense Crowd That Failed to Get In to Scc.the Pennant Deciding Contest I nS r Mechanism of the National Game as It I -9 Operates at the Gates f in the Dressing Rooms, Out H nn the Field and on the Bench H (Oivrirbt, 1011, br tie New York Herald Co. All rights reserved.) DID you ever watch the stage being set for a really important same of ball in the big leagues, one of those games that may mean mi the winning or losing of a pennant to the H home club? It entails a great deal of theat- H rieal business and a lot of "off stage" work that slips M past the "fan." It h the silent mechanism of base- H Baseball Is, fir&L of all. a business. John McGraw, H the manager of the New York Giants, said once that 1 if all the money paid by the American public to see M baseball .games in one season were to be in silver it M would take six hundred teams to haul it, an...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 8 April 1911

Si feEATURE5rORTHEHOMEGI R L1 I 3.1lJ- i ! ; W H ! SfefeQ2lA1NTY BED-ROOM FURNISHING; I II JGiPSS&Uf'r TOR FHE YOUNG GIRL .;;': I l"n' r ERHAPS there is no means of i -si J 1 lrcatlinc n girl's character to clearly j?(jy , ffl or so cnct'F ns ly a Plane into Jjlf I her private sauctutn. I-ery detail, b&Hfc jf frm tn0 photographs on tlie wall to hiftSS ? l'lc vetT color scheme of the room. JjpHjL i gives an insight into her nature, anil to toViS'i tnc keen student of girls her room will -52 '( tell just ns much at would a sheet from ' sJi cr privute diary. JS I Surely then It bchoovcth the youngest Sl daughter of the house as well ns her' r I older sisters to make of her own room a alljUl j bright, orderly and attractive spot, that mJtHjtRu the visitor may be at once struck with assi a sense of charm and cheer and a desire isSf t0 kll0VV its 'uma'e belter. SlHrS i ncct cost ver-v ,',t' completely to j flT : do over a small bedroom. Extremely i rwft;' pretty wall papers can be...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 8 April 1911

Hj t I j Marxian Club Socialists j H H 2 EDITORIAL COMMITEE: I Questions concerning Socialism. H Kate S Hilliard, answered. AdJrcES all corainunica-J I Eugene' A. Battel', tions to Howard Hall. 2783 Pacificj H J Howard Hall. avenue. H IF WE DID OUR DUTY. H Lo! plenty ripens 'Vund us, yet H av.-3.k0s the cry for bread, M And the millions stll) are tolling, H crushed and clad In rags, unfed! 1 While sunny hills and valleys richly H blush with fruit and grain. H But the paupers in the palace rob their H tolling follow-men. H This world id full or beaut, as other H worlds above, B And If we did our duty It might bo full H of lovo. Jerald Massey. H THE PR OL ETA I RE. Hj What He lo, and Why He Is Called H "Dispossessed." H What is the meaning of the word H "proletaire?' H Tho prolotoiro is a person of the H lowofit or poorest class of society; H a person belonging to the worklng- H clas, a day-laborer, a wage-worker; H an Indigent person without capital, H without any assured means of su...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 8 April 1911

I i l l . THE OGDEN STANDARD I I III DREKBSl WEEVIL ALOOKJN' FER A HOME I x - i 1 . . H ji : J N His Irresistible March to the Sea He. Has J : L I Devoured Untold Millions in Cotton, Laughed at Scientific Foes and Even Slightly, Benefitted the Southland, Until Now He Advances on Georgia for t the Last Battle Royal Against the White Man i (CopjTic'jt, 1911. by the Now York Herald Co. All risbts rKrrcd 1 ' " III HE Professor came up through the Geld and ; - 1 leaned against the fence. 'i ' I "Good inorning," he said. ' 1 "Good mornln'. boss." answered the younc ; : negro, who stopped his kwoodcboppIng nt the j greeting. He stood In the small, clenr space at the ; ; side of a three roomed cabin. On two sides the cotton I grew close enough against Ills house to bo picked from the windows, and at the edge of the twenty foot yard the fleld closed In again to stretch for three hundred .! ; level acres. "I am Interested In songs," the wiilli man continued, '. "and 1 heard you slngiug as I w...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 8 April 1911

8 I' ' THE OGDEN STAN0A1D II : J - . rTHE:---Mli'?NTINjG ; OF VENUS AND HEBE mU IjMSTONISHING Increase in the Use of Cosz - H v "&3mctics Among New York Maids and Matrons,: y;. M Young and Old, Rich and Poor H ' W;- ' (Gonrrieht. 1911. br the New York Herald Co. All riehti rerrcJ.) H NEW YORK, Saturday. F OK the Colonel's lady and Judy O'Grady Are sisters under their" The globe trotter paused significantly, h looked up and down the avenue, and then H hummed softly "under their paint." H We stood on the corner of the avenne Fifth nvc- H ' sue, of course and Thirty-fifth street, and his know- H ing eyes followed the pretty painted parade. Pea- H cock Alley, the cafe, the matinee, the lore of loitering H had spilled them into the bracing afternoon. H, Maidens sixteen summers old, ruatrous sixty wtn- H tere yonng, gentlemen of sartorial perfection but he H had attention only for the women, and, like Caesar, H he loved the one In them all. In brave phalanx they H came, tripping along...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 8 April 1911

y . ) FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, t Osdcn Lodge No. 2, Knights s-of '. Pythias moots at Castle hall, Utah si National Bank building, every Monday j- evening. All K. of P.'a requested to 5. meot with ub. ; A. J. THON, C. C. ; W. G. KIND, Mr of E., . J W. L. UNDERWOOD. S j K. of R. & 9. 5, 1 ODD FELt-WS. " Ogdera I.-idgo No. 5, Independent Or- ' dr of Odd Fellows, meets In I. 0. O. T. Hall, every Tuesday evening. Via- . ltic brothers cordially Invited to be present. ;i 8. H. VREY. Noble Grand. fl HBNRr KISSEL, Secretary. - Qiwen City Rebekah Lodge, No. 4, I i-. I.'O. O. F.. meots second and fourth I ! Friday evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall Visiting members Invited. NELLIE CHIVERALI , N. G. ; EMMA MEID, Rcc. Scc'v.. 718 23rd. jr - j ORDER Crr OWLS. 0?den Nest. No. 321S. Older of Owls, 1 meets every Thursday ovonlng In - , Eagles' Htll . cast o! Reed hotel, at 8 i o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls are lavited to attend thu Nest meeting!. v JAS. E. JENSEN. President. j! J. O...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 8 April 1911

I i H s I I "HAT "tHeTbEST - DRESSED WOMEN AM GOING TO WEAPj fl "' wf Ma ris FASHIONS IBiL fl M-, . Vm J will V 1 J f mPfi jj &&VS-fti.Q- -V Mr"4 T M W ) JiJ'V 3l! - Photo CopvrlSh, 1011, by Rentllngcr. ' ' fl(l WlMBi I YiivWjCIJP' "". , 3gHrf VL. f J SmBKSKjSPIatnSl tB4vv ExcIumtc Copyright. 1011, Now York Herald Co. Blue Satin Gown with Lace Waist m V M4ffiWx$&&r tffaW VU 7 iH99SraSra8wlW--'KS " Photo Gnbt, 1011, by Reutlkw. H 1 tet4feii J ' C'!$KS' Tft J3BI&WhS1M CXS1. riSraSSSl Exclorire Copyrleht. 1011, New York Herald Co. - Namer Blue SatiQown BBKmSwi -&lt& ' " JwSiJII H Photo Copyrisbr, 10TL, by Rcatllnger. IBHHffffMffllBliWWr TTlilUfflWfl S"V f ? 1" 'i h V TM llffHMT 'I ' ' & H Exdare Copyright, 1911, New York Oendd Co. AHiHHKlSai&MPRPSM ' ', 'i "" w i mKiaJWV- . J''S M BY MRS. A. T. ASHMORE. Hj V" ATIX is a favorite material this H season and ifc worn both for street H 1 and house. The all black Eatin Hj street costume, xvhich was eo H pr...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 10 April 1911

. I 1 1. . LET YOUR WANTS BE' gf L Jk. M mjA -i -rf' T VHf' dl V'd WEATHER FORECAST H if KNOWN IN THE II E 1 17 T 1 117 1 1 I I 1 M I s I I I A I II 11 T.;T2 ; 1 1 EVENING STANDARD JJJJV W? VwVi JiVl"! JsJ AuamLY C0L' 1 1 '' & , I ffl f Forty-flrst Year No. 85. Price Five Cents. OGDEN GITY, UTAH, MONDAY EVENING; APRIL 10, 9U Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. M IPERJURER 18 1 FOUNDOfAD Lorimer Case Has Trag- edy Added as One I of Its Sensations I SL Louis. April 10 Michael S. j Link, former member of the Illinois A state legislature, who was indicted by i a Chicago grand Jury for perjury, and ' if lurned state's evidence in the lnvesti- J 1 gation of the election of United States 5 Senator William Lorimer, was found If dead in a bathtub in his home at ft Mitchell, Illinois, today. Death, according to the family phy sician, was caused by apoplexy. He Baid a blood vessel burst In the brain. A week ago Link celebrated the twen tieth anniversary of his we...

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. — 10 April 1911

H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDSM tfTAH. MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1911. i I MURDERER WAS I ARRESTED HERE H Stevo Dllech was arretted in tills H clt last evening: on a, warrant charg- H nig hini -with the -murder of Joe U?e- H lac at Binsbam Canyon about three H weeks ayo Doth men are Austrian? Hi and during an uKercntlori In a board- j ing- house Dllech struck Uzelac on j the head with a beer bottle, crush- Hj lng his .skull and resulting In his death H six days later. H Tho assailant escaped and no trace H of his whereabouts could be secured H until W. Uzelac, a brother of the M dead man, received n letter from a H friend In this city, stating that Dllech M was in Option. A warrant was sworn H out and Deputy Sheriff C. D. Colts, of H Salt Lake count', came to Ogden last j ovonins. H Accompanied by Captain C. C. H Brown and Captain J P. Pender, the H officer made a irlp down Twenty-fifth H street. They found Dllech in a 'room- B inp house He made no resistance H when placed under arrest. Deput...

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. — 10 April 1911

,fg l t THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1911. 3 M M l FOR SALE REAL ESTATE' FOR SALE REAL ESTATE 1 J. J. BRUMMITT ;:: LOANS, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE ": S Either Phone 771 364 24th Street Hi """"""" " """""" " - . , , . . Modern Bungalow TK. A new modern Bungalow, located fK near the Sacred Hean Academy, Jtm: fiye large, spacious rooms, finished f K- lu mission oak, fine imported pa- JMl per, massive electric fixtures, fine JM' porcelain bath, stationary wash- M- stand, toilet, hot and cold water -Mr connections throughout, large base- M ment, strictly modern and up-to- H-' date in every detail. Only thxeo JM thousand dollars on terms to suit. m,, This Is a gVeat snap. IM $50 Lot I If The STeatst snap of the season. I ' an elegant -building lot 25x142 feet yB- to an alley, well located on the m: bench, on a principal street Only V fifty dollars, five dollars ydown anil ;' five dollars per monttf 'low rato HI, of Interest It - Brick Home Mr Seven-room brick home, l...

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. — 10 April 1911

H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN UTAH, MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1911. An Independent Newspaper 5aseij H (ESTABLISHED 1870..) Q-' H WHEN WOMEN ARE ON PARADE. . H H ' "Be merciful, be just, bo fair w" . To even" woman everywhere." That is the opening injunction in a play now receiving pop- ular approval on lha New York stage. The play is based on e foibles of womankind and the plaj-vrriBlitela lo P1"1 women arc not to blame for their shortcomings which are prompts by vanity-that they are nothing more than Iho creatures of an H environment, man-made. At the aviation meet in Salt Lake, where the leaders of iashion were,-as conspicuous as the little formality present would allow, there were gorgeous hats, the creations of milliners without eon- science, and hobbleskirls as tight as halting modesty would permit H , Those women who allow themselves to be made oddities by H the extremes of fashion, forfeit the right, which ordinarily should H be theirs, to be free from reproving eyes and censuring to...

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. — 10 April 1911

r 1 fe 1 ' THE EVENING STANDARD; ORDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1911. 5 B STANDARD TELEPHONES fj CALL UP ' STANDARD EXCHANGE. Bell 56, to Communicate with any '' department. it -. i RANDOM REFERENCES, Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Williams, of Ely, ' ? Nevada, were visitors with Ogden " , irlends over Suudny. ,-. c Call Allen, phones 22. Tor carrtaget 1 for funerals and oparas. Private ralU l a specialty. Also prompt delivery of ; baggage. 412 2Bth. iT 0. Borkman was among tho Logan visitors in Ogden yesterday. ) WANTED Clean wblto rags at th Btandard. J A. Naylor, a well-known resident of t' Bountiful, is transacting business in j this city. ' Advertiser must hare their copy ; for the Evonlns Standard tho orenlng i before the day on which the advur- : tlsoment is to appear in order to Id- I sure publication. Roy Hood, of Pocatello, is an Ogdeu visitor for a few days. SMlsa Emma Owens, and Mrs. H. L. Strand, of Hagerman, Idaho, and Mrs, M. R. Owens, of Bliss, Idaho, arrived yesterday for a vi...

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. — 10 April 1911

Hl 6 . THE EVENING STANDARD : OGDEN, UTAH. MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1911. j j 1 II WW", f m It's high time to consign your old, Hj weather beaten Winter Hat to the attic and H crown yourself with something modern and j Spring-like. H Stiff or soft Hat we show the correct blocks from the l best makers. Xo exclusive Hatter's prices, but qualities H and shapes, just tho same. II H i II Derbies in dimensions suitable for all faces. II B j Soft Hats in spring shades. lints for Conservative Hj Heads and Hats for Young len looking for smartness. H ' Derbies, $3.00 to $5.00 M . Soft Hats $1.50 to $6.00 ' H We're showing a $3 Derby and a Soft H Hat at $3 that we modestly claim to be the B best Hats evr shown at these prices. H You're at perfect liberty, Sir, to come in M and try on. I FRED M. NYE CO. H i I 2413 Washington Avenue PROHIBITION ADVOCATED BY M'KAY T H Apostle David O. McKay, who doliv- H i ft red tho principal address of the B morning at the last day of conference B in Salt Lake, devote...

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. — 10 April 1911

at- v If THE EVENING STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1911. " 7 H I Household Necessities I Chloride Lime .for flOOSC : Formaldehyde I i - h. h. Ammonia I -cleaning time 1 1 ?' AH' sap I We sell all . I Sulphur Candles 'of them xCUDDer vylOVeS Hi Our own messenger ser- f Sponges, etc. I delivers any size pur- : H chase, anywhere in the city. Radeon PharmacY 1 " ?nd'. Ill1' "HS Reliable." 22' Washington. RANDOM ;i 1 REFERENCES- l(; (Continued From Pago Five.) k ' - . ) i In the matter of the estate of James H. Stephens, deceased, an order has been mado for a final settlement of k the estate, discharging the adrulnl ' , atrator and the bondsmen. ' ' DON'T FORGET Mitchell Bros. sal0 of Monumonts at 2003 Jefferson Ae.- A. 7T. Chambers and wife have re- . turned to their home at Lpgan, after r j a few days' visit hero with Mr. and r, Mrs. Alma Chambers I:. Beforo Eelcctlncr jour Spring lint, It ) vlll pay you to visit the Five Points ; ! Millinery. 23S Washington Avo. " 5' Entert...

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. — 10 April 1911

H g - THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1911. j I Quality Millinery NEWEST SHAPES and SHADES Dainty II All Designs 1 1 Sizes I FINEST ASSORTMENT OF QUALITY HATS AT MEDIUM PRICES. 1 Styles that please, from $2.50 up. i Sec our new line, just arrived I The Wonder Millinery SUCCESSORS TO DRIGG'S MILLINERY, 2350 Washington Ave. ' l I WASHINGTON, April 9. It is H I dally becoming manifest that B J -f- congress lsfaclng a stormy ses- H I slon and tbcro can be no fore- -f H -f cast of the possibilities. The Hj fact that both or tho great poll- -t- -f- tical parties are divided is no H 4- longer denied, and the lenders ap- I pear to have little hope of re- H , -- storing more than surface bar- H ' mony. j 4- 4- 4- -- -f 4- 4- 4- B Tlicre are virtually four parties, B oaoh with a large representation, work- H I ing at odds in the present session. H , The Republican minority of the hou6o I Is divided between regulars and in- H 1 surgents, as wns evidenced by the H vole on t...

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. — 11 April 1911

HMt Ba SBBBBBEBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBB '-71B BBfl 'Li. BBJ 5l' BBJ I lrt? hi 3iAtiii tifr - Stxni ihfttin :l 1 ! I KNOWN IN THE II I II' If IIkI I I I ILI S) I il I I I II I II "po? TcS?. j EVSBBNG STANDARD Uf IV' MWt W'-W IHI IV VVl' V UTr0'1- i 1 I ff aA-s II ! - : ' r -R Forty-first Year No. 86. Price Five Cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL J J, 19 11 Entered as Second Claes Matter at the Postoffice, Ogden, Utah. H jliERSdS I INSULTED if "" Jj United States Appealed IE J to in Behalf of Prison I ers Held by Rebels I San Diego, Cal., April 11. Held rf prisoners by the .Mexican filibusters SI ft In a big corral at Alamo, Lower Cal- Ifornin, Insulted bv the guard and $m with little hope of release. G. RuffI, j his wife and five children of San S:j Diego and several other American I women, whose names could not be QR learned, are said to bo causing con f if cern to the state and navy depart vj ntenta of tho United States. Ij Secretary of State Knox has been If appealed to b...

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. — 11 April 1911

J 3 . THE SVENINS STANDARD: OGDBN, PTAH, TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1911. !. I SALT LAKE & OGDEN ELECTRIC RAILWAY H LEAVE OGDEN. H G:10 a. ni., 7:30 a. m.. a a. m , 10:30 H a. -in., 12 noon, 1:30 p. m., 3 p. m., j -1:30 p. m., G p. ru 7:30 p. m., 9 P- n., H 10:30 p ni. H Twelvo fast trains each way dally. H Call "Bamberger Express" (either Hj 'phone) for quick and careful service H In Salt Lake valley. H Electric Way Between H Ogden and Brigham H (Via Harrisville.) H EFFECTIVE MARCH 17, 1911. H Leave Ogden Union Depot. H Twelve Trains Each Way Dally. H 6:26 & m., 7:30 a. m., 9:00 a. nu H 10:30 a. m 12:00 noon, 1:30 p, m H S:00 j. m., 4:80 p. m.. 6:00 p. m-, H 7:30 p. hl, 9:00 p. m., 10:16 p. m. O. H R. T. Depot 11:10 p. m. H Cars leavo Brlgharu same time M as above with, tho exception of laat H trip, which is 10:30 p. m. H North Ogden & Pleaiant View. H Leave 25th Street 6:30 a. m., 8:00 H a. m., 12:30 p. ul, 3:30 p. m., 6:00 p. H m., 6:80 p. m. H Leave Hot SpringB 7:1ft And 8:4...

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. — 11 April 1911

f?Sf THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1911. S ''M IFOR S3LE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE REAL ESTATE J. J. BRUM MITT LOANS, INSURANCCREAL ESTATE EiJUer Phone 771 ' 364 24th Street Modern Bungalow Nob 'Hill A new modern iun5.,;utf, located , ta j (j lh h near the Sacred Heart Academx, . . . , , .. . ine large, spacious rooms, Hnlslied one hundred choice Iols In Nob in mission oak, fine imported pa- Hill, these lots are fifty feet front per, massive electric fixtures, line and 135 feet deep to alley This in porcelain bath, stationary wash- clndes sorae of thc most deSral)le ,. K stand, toilet, hot and cold water . . . ... TTM1 , , . H J connections throughout, large base- lots ,n Nob ' rtnd nrc ver3' cheaP jy fc r ment, strictly modern and up-to- a- one hundred dollars per lot, ten thf! ' date in everj" detail. Only three dollars down and five dollars per IS N thousand dollars on terms to suit. monthf at low rate of interest. If .J?1 f This is a great snap. , , , . ., . ,...

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. — 11 April 1911

M THE EVENING STANDARD: 0QDI3N UTAH. TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1911. V" An Independent Newspaper .t?l H (ESTABLISHED 1B70..) CiggojO-' H HOME FOR THE MACCABEES. H 'The state commander of the Ladies, of t&Uiocabeeb, man , interview in Siill Lake, snid she was pleased with the biiildiuff sites ! available in Salt bake lor the proposed home lor agevl and HepQiid H ' nnl members oC the organization. She said. , M . "I 10pc bonio dav soon that we may have n home in Salt -Lake, ' The local hivo might take note of the statements of their state commander and begin a campaign to undo what she has done in H I favor of Salt Lnke. Ogden would make a nixro desirable point for H the home than Salt Lake, because it is more centrally located and H ( has better railroad facilities, in direct communication with H Wyoming, Idaho and surrounding states. M " Ogden must not go to sleep on these proposed homes, but must M be as aggressive and assertive as Salt Lake or any other place. M TWO LOCAL TELEPHONE C...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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