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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 14 April 1911

v y m If: LET YOUR WANTS BE ,TlJ A'4H4' SLtVII ifVW'V'ifii WEATHER RECAST I II KNOWN IN THE A fi I 11 'TS B I H' 9 ill II 1 lil III MdM III THE INDICATIONS AEE THAT THE WEATHER j KH I ! EVENING STANDARD VUJjV JLWV M4 WJ HSWvW lUi'l U S'WST" " ' I 1 cf frO I III FORTY-FIRST YEAR-NO. 89 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 14, i9U Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice, Ogden, Utah II r ml Fight at Agua Prieta I'' Disturbs Taft and , I ' : Cabinet H ? 1 T5"r 1 1 ? ' Washington, April 14 Further it trouble at Agua Prieta, Mexico, en- J'i dangering the lives of Americans In the mining camps in that vicinity. Is ; threatened, according to unolllcial m 1 1 telegrams received by the war defJart- HJ ment This dispatch", which was from MM At nn American of Douglas, whose name ils withheld, has been laid before the President. According to this telegram, 250 revo lutionists were pitted against CO fed erals yesterday In the battle at Agua Prieta, the eugagement las...

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. — 14 April 1911

' , THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911. " & , - (i M 3C'cct ca eaaon their perfect orangca and KVJa "SlinklSt" MM Unxilyouhavetaatedalufciaus"Sunlcist"orange, v tC K Trtria MM yu cannot bgln to appreciate the excellence of 11 I r JLeraons Mm oge, that are properly grown, rigidly inspected, l J H you want M if carefully packed and swiftly transported. Serve"Sun- 11 1 on,c?owiMk MM kist3" on i'our tabIe tmo"ow morning and learn the for'unklst" MM superiority of tree-ripened, fibrelesa, seedless, solid and I lb., brand nnd MM sound oranges over the commonplace kind. "Sunkist" il "if ranch fuTc MM oran8" 8 near,y fl food that V arc much the 111 h and how MM "Sunkist" oranges are ihm-ikinned and are hand- Ijfcal ' ScthS? ?. The "Sunkist" orange is a firm, solid fruit. gft 1 co In pre- Ask your dealer for tho "Sunkist" kindand make -i"" W paring MM 5ure that each orange you get is packed in a tissue ttLmimmS. S!' MM paper wrapper labeled "Sunkist." For these wra...

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. — 14 April 1911

V TEE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. FRIDAY, APRLL 14, 1911. 3 , f M M SALT LAKE V : & OGDEN M ELECTRIC RAILWAY H. . LEAVE OGDEN T ''" 6.10 a. m., 7:3u a. ra , 9 a. in., 10:30 H . m., 12 noon. 1:30 p. in., 3 p. m.( V? ' 4:30 p. m., 6 p. m., 7:30 p. ru.. 9 p. m., ' :" 10-30 p. m t. Twelve fast trains each way dally. t- Call "'Bamberger Express" (either 'phone) for quick and careful service Iri Salt I,ake valley. Electric Way-Beiween w 'Ogden and Brigham Hfe (Via Harris villc.) H ;, EFFECTIVE MARCH 17. 1911. fl. ' Leave Ogdon Union Depot. Kq '; Twelve Trains Each Way Dally. H. 6:25 a m., 7:30 a. m., 9:00 a. m.. H '-' 10:30 a. m.. 12:00 noon, 1:30 p. m., H - ;, 8:00 p. m., 4:30 p. m 6:00 p. m u .' 7:30 p. m., 9:00 p. nu. 10:15 p. m. O. H R. T. Depot 11:10 p. m. H, f Cars leave Brigham same tlroo H . pa abovo with the exception of list H '- trip, which is 10:30 p. m. H North Ogdon & Pleasant View. irf ; Leave 25th Street 6:30 a. m., 800 ty ( a. m 12:30 p. m., 3:30 p. m.. 6:00 p....

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. — 14 April 1911

I THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDSN, UTAH, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 11)11 ' A 4 I jt An Independent Newspaper ,-$ffit8ts ;- (ESTABLISHED 1870.) gggP7 ,". ' toff oamMnnafM riMiiimi ' f " ' ' " "" " . OGDEN MEN IN COAL MINING f ' 5Iorc attention is being given to the coal Ciolcls of southwestern Utah, than, to any other fuel area in the West. Eastern investors aro buying coal lands in Carbon and Emery counties. pa.uuj,' the "' government from $100 to $350 an acre for land' thai, prior U the ! withdrawal of the coal areas, sold for $10 to $20. based on the pwximity of Uie land, to railroad transportation. Ogden investors have not overlooked the fiell and cfne of the strongest companies, -with. Ogden capital haek of it. i: now prepar ing to open up what is said to be the largest col vein in the I'mted States, about 20 miles southeast of Price, where the coal is i-la-vscd ns a semi-anthracite. The coal resources of Utah have been seareely scratched over. but. with the change in Hie coal industry, bro...

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. — 14 April 1911

1 HMH"HHP L THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911. - 5 " jH I to tone up B I your system t H We Recommend: H A. B. S. Blood ' Tonic ' M or the old-fashioned, Hj nevrr-faH Vj H Sassafras H Bark ' H Large Pkg 10c H Pound 35c L I Radeon x . I PHARMACY . : R "It's Reliable. " H Bell, 228-Y. Ind 422. H 2421 Washington. H ( - ? STANDARD TELEPHONES CALL UP M STANDARD EXCHANGE. f Bell 56, to Communicate with any ? ' department I RANDOM j REFERENCES i I Ward's, 2341 Wash., delicious Foun- t tain Specials. Our parlor is elegant and Bpaclous. Fancy brick Ice cream r a specialty. Botli phones 279. - f Frank Roper of Bast Ely, Nev., Is j a business visitor in the city for a V few days. Before selecting your Spring Hat, it will pay you to visit tho Five Points i Millinery, 23S Washington Ave. I E. O. Waldron and P V. KJng were I among the Salt Lake visitors In this I city yesterday. I COAL Beat Peacock, Rock Springs . and Utah Coal, $5.25. Phone 27.. ''. John Fnrr. j l Portor ...

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. — 14 April 1911

I - rr-TG "SVSNINrCi STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, FKIUAY, APRIL 14, 1911. :T "W T ere a Man anv il. JL where that will ( not plk invest in an Easter ImM We har'dly think so, if j WL sees our spread. feB8 Ui-' 0ur neckwear coun- Spt'BHi? ters are -airly abloom PMly5 .with fresh blossoms in nsWli Spring Silks that are npjSjH'i handsome. r&W ' Rich creations . the j ffll!y swellest of the swell. j WM Come to Our Neck- SKvll wear Show! pJjBB 25c, 50c, 1, to $1.50 mi. mk We're showing every shape that's j $2. V-amr correct and raarr styles that are j jw confined to us exclusive!) i ffcaf'lfci lc 'an ,il- C'0!,10S 'n t see III HPflfSB usually goes out with two or jjj -BClSt tliree vary choice Ties. jj KED M. NYE CO. 2413 Washington Avenue j i I OGDEN TMEATRE i 1 1 ...TUESDAY, APRIL 18 1 IB H. E. Pierce & Co. l' I offcr E I. I MR. GUS ARTHUR f S The Man o the Box I The Comedy That Everyone Has Been Waiting to See. I You Have Read the Book, Now Sec the Play m p THE RECORD OF THE MAN ON TH...

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. — 14 April 1911

iifl f I Tl lllH f -)l K THE EVENING STAND ABD; OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911. ? if fl 1 - If f" " " WOMEN 1 M " WE RECOMMEND Wfe, ?j Serpentine Crepe to fflr?WP N '"v II our patrons and invite ra& t6j '. '1 II -them to our showing of fcg i ' - '' ' Vy r l Mnew spring and sum- Pv kJ? fotexjnrrs' ) j Vi roer styles. A beauti- I'fe-'S' wM$&$L ' A II ful line from whieh to PiSirri ehoose. For house dress- i JflKw&j '& . IV , ., k . es and tea powns this jfeJp&?&-!3fe I L 1 H- i fabrit is unrivaled. LMM&&mk U fl 11 HiiJr 11 H ; II BEAUTIFUL DRESSES AND SUITS 11 Ht K A W know you will llko them and tho prices will suit v a 1IH 1 ' II 13 you, too. The way our customers arc buying the RjM mmmi i Hi9 ready-to-wear garments Is moRt gratifying. Come and ffin tj H!? what, wc can do for YOU. j3Bj M CHILDREN'S DRESSES , l. J i kd ? yl Better than ever. A glaneo nt tho showing on the 1IK.V WM balcony will be tho means of many a mother "cutting W y V$ f j, out...

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. — 14 April 1911

! THE EVENING STANDARD: OflDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911. " """ ' " R wy leavening agenii, wMcIi ma&es ttlie KJ Mf biscuit and cake ofi Mghest healftniul- mr ttk acss ' a medium cost" and protects tSie m k food from aluma, wMclfo is the greatest dietary danger ofi the day. TRA!N ROBBERS I START MONDAY I V " 9L In Custody of Sheriff Harrison, O'Hara and Clore Leave for Ogden r Another Piooe of Evidence Obtained in Connection With tL the Rifle Used at Reese. I A tolagram Las been received from K Sheriff E. E. Harrison to the effect K that the suspected murdorors and B train roblnjrs, O'Hara and Cloro, have n beon turned over to him bv tho 2dlchi K can officers -and that he'wlll start K homo with them Monday. Tho tele B gram was dated at Detroit this morn SB inc. Tho Weber county sheriff Is tho H only Utah officer In Michigan, but It K; Is thought that special officers of the BT detective fore that have been work- m? ing on tho -caso, -will assist In bring- K lng the mon to thf...

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. — 15 April 1911

I Iff. V KITtHT YOUR WANTS.BE &Slj jGsJkMX SL"4V V4i X WEATHER FORECAST II i-E1 - w. S If B lH AB T'H 11 H 1 -l I l fl H V TB THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE H KTC KNOWN IN THE I R EC HI Ilrlllllll JII A 111 iiI 111 weather will be fa.r and BVK EVENING STANDARD T yllL JIJLIlyd& &&. JmA MVMAJKJ LL1- JLlLc. IL . warmer tonight and tomor. Of 5l l . H Forty-flrrt Year No. 90.-Price Five Cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL l5, 9 SIXTEEN PAGES Entered as Second Class Matter at the Portoffice, Ogden, Utah. H IflA FOLLETTE UlSENDORSED I l I m Roosevelt Praises the Nfi Forward Movement r? in Wisconsin njjgl Mndlson Wis , April 15.- An In- H5 dorscmont of the "Forward movc- Mil ment" In Wisconsin, In which ho men Vl. tloncd the name of United States tel' Senator LnFollctte, was the feature ('. of Col. Roosevelt's address hefore tho I . JjDt joint assembly of the Wisconsin legis li !' latiire today. " What lias been accom I pllshed In Wisconsin,' tho Colonel Blfijr sa...

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. — 15 April 1911

We. jf THE EVENING STANDARD : OGDENJ UTAH, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1011. --; bm r ai I SWANSON'S I ENDORSED BY PEOPLE (H ALL SEC- TIONS OF THE UNITED STATES H THE GREAT REMEDY FOR I RHEUMATISM 1 Lumbago, Solatioa,Ooui, Mou- H ralgla, Kidney Troubles, M Oataiwh, Asthma and M Klndrod Diseases I Read What Thest People Say M Cured of Rheumatism, Kidney and m Bladder Trouble. H Mrs. 1.. J. Wecver. Columbia. S.O.. writes: "I BBS had Kidney nod Bladder troubles, also Rneurna- BBH tlsm all tbroush mj body and tried CTcrjthlnc BBB tho neighbors told mo of and t.is treawd by BBBJ three phjslcUrjs, butDothlntf dono anyeood. I BBB began to uao your "-Drops' nnd it cured mo. BBB I took It twice a day and had It rubbed on me. I BBB cannot prata it too highly." H Cured His Wife The Best Remedy H for PaJns. A. M.Deasley.Mansrleld, Tex., writes: "IbftTO bought your 'B-Dropa' tor several people bore BIB and It noTer tailed In a slcclo case. It cured BJBB ray irlfo ot Solatlca, when, for six months, she B...

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. — 15 April 1911

&$ J I S THE EVENING STANDAED: OGDEN. UTAH. SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1911. Jjjfl ' FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE REAL ESTATE 1 : J. J. BRUMMITT 1 LOANS, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE Is! Either Phone 771 364 24!h SJreeJ mm ' Modern JBungalow Watm- A new modern Bungalow, located SML near the Sacred Heart Academy. JBK Ave large, spacious rooms, finished flE In mission oak. fine imported pa- jtTOMf per, massive electric fixtures, fine 5jjJK porcelain bath, stntloniry wnsli- jKn stand, toilet, hot and cold water jSMft ""connections throughout, large basc- 5M ment, strictly modern nnd up-to- 'Ju date In every detail. Only three SgO thousand dollars on terms to suit. dW' This Is a great snap. ill 50 Lot 9t The greatest snap of the season, iWB an elegant building lot 25x142 feet tjWi to an alloy, well located on the yW bench, on a. principal street. Only ? llfty dollars, five dollnrs down nnd l. live dollars par month. Low rate I of Interest. . -pjl Brick Home Jwfi Seven-room brick home, located )...

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. — 15 April 1911

H THE EVENING STANDARD: OCtDEN. UTAH, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1911. i " H An Independent Newspaper fec (ESTABLISHED 1870-) ""--- H SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES. I The American troops on the border are in danger of becoming deeplv involve.! iu the conflicts between federals and insurrwtos and once the armed forces of the United States make a move en masse across the boundary, dUcxico must either confess a weakness, not m keeping with the dignity of a nation or resent the invasion H bv a show of resistance i4 H President Tafl and his secretary or state have a scriQiis sitn- H ation to face, as thev arc held responsible for the maneuvers .that. I have placed our army in proximity to the fighting forces. They I are dailv called upon to meet some new problem, the solving of H which must be accomplished without a blunder, if this country is Hi to avoid war with a friendly nation- H Mexico, no doubt, is straining every resource to put down the H uprising and, if the American attitude at such a critica...

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. — 15 April 1911

i 7 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1911. 5 '1 S55v - i IH I STANDARD TELEPHONES 1 CALL UP- STANDARD EXCHANGE. Bell 56, to Communicate with any u department. RANDOM ; 1 REFERENCES Bio on Irrigation Work J. P. t" O'Nell, a loqal contractor, bus Just re- . i turned from "Wells, Nov., where he put in a bid on nn Irrigation project ' situated a few ' miles northwest of ', Uint place on l3lBliop creek. This ' -will opon up u new farming district, Including a townslte and the railroad l will probably build u. spur to its loca- m T Stoer beef exclusively. Cal. market. JfS 126 2Gth. Bell 37G, Ind. a?4. Tm " Jack Wilson was arrested on a A Jfc i charge of assault and battery yester y Wg I day afternoon. The complaining wit- ' 111 ness is Carl Peterson.. ft New frurn,turc lr ten-room house, m ' w" bo B0'd ut a ercat 'sacrifice. Par- -Jr ; ties' going away. 3fiG Ind. phone. s F. S. FernBtrom, a city alderman lll of Salt Lako ClLj. was the guest ' of City Jailer Hagbart A...

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. — 15 April 1911

H 6 THE EVENING STANDARD: 0GDEI7 UTAH. SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1911 ' : .. H I I Plan of Project Outlined Possibility of Only Loss of 50 Cents I Per Share Pointed Out as a Guarantee of Certain Suc- I cess Reservoir to be BuiSfc on the Same Plan as the I Sugar Factory Was Started Every Ogdenite I Should Read This Prospectus H Thoro are so" many misstatements H made concerning the proposed South H Fork reservoir proposition that the H committee has decided to set at rest H as many of the misrepresentations as H possible H Some of the most ridiculous and H absurd statements are made and it Is H really laughable to listen to them and H yet some" unsophisticated people see H no humor In the matter until It Is H pointed out Without repeating all H the Irrelevant questions asked, we will H make a number of affirmative state- H ments thatAvlll answer all reasonable H questions which an honest investor H mar wish to lnow. First of all. the South Fork Rescr H voir prop'osftion la a plain business...

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. — 15 April 1911

SSj THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1911.' --.. y i H , . 5 : d . , : ., iH I I RANDOM I REFERENCES I .9H (Continued From Page Five.) y Ward's, 2341 Wash,, delicious Koun J ' tfllii Spwiale Our parlor Is elejant Mj ftnd spaclou. Fancy brick lco croam. JJS ' Both phones 279 frltj I W. F. Dyer of Chicago, general In to . Rpcctor of (he Harriman system. Is la is?: . ' Ogden inaWng an Inspection of tho jjS ; local business. lj I Caledonian Social At Stclnwav hall ! 2570 Wash. Ave.. Tuesday tbe 18th. I Musical program and a dance. Frtends ; lnvltod Admission 25c. - Called to California. Manager j Frank KIblflr of tho Utah Light & J Railway company has gone to Callfor- j nla on account of the Illness of hla 1 -wife Ho will be away from Ogden fnr a number of days 1 NOW IS THE TIME U buy Lawn Mowers, Garden Hose and Steel Goods, onr stock Is larior than ever beforo i ' and our prices are lower. GEO. A. ' LOWE CO. - i l-M I ' MT Injured Man Recovering Harry 8 Shuff...

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. — 15 April 1911

I ' H r THE BTCBNTNTG STANDARD: OGDKN, UTAH, SATURDAY, APRIL' 15, 1911. J B y - -T ."! I FRUIT SAVED BY I AID OF RAILROAD Oregon Short Line Sends Train Out of Salt Lake Ahead of Time With Orders to Run With All Speed to This City Cars . H Carried Oil for the Smudge Pots. H Twelve barrels of smudge oil for H the use of .Ogden fruit growers in H their fight against frost was shipped M to this gity Inst night from Salt Lake M City over the Oregon Short Line and m distributed, by the Utah Fruit Grow- M ers" association "" M Many o'f the farmers In this vicinity fl "were greatly alarmed yesterday when M they learned that the entire local sup- M plv of the oil used in smudge pots H was exhausted The Fruit Growers', M asEociation telephoned to Salt Lake, M ordering a dozen barrels of the am- I BAPTIST SUNDAY I SCHOOLEXEHCSSES The following Easter exercises will M be held at the Baptist Sunday school, B Sunday morning, 10 o'clock: H Violin duet, Harold Goumond add H Warren Welch. 1 Prayer b...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 15 April 1911

b r part TWO i THE EVENING STANDARD i p& 9 to ie i I Hv? L : ' ' W '' FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO." 3cT " OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY . EVENING, APRIL 15, 19U , PRICE FIVE CENTS H ff ' ----- - .. - - . .--: - :- ----- -.- ,- ll- WjfS ' ' By HELEN 'L0UISE JOHNSON . rllk' ll I ' NO SUCH THING AS fc; LUCK IN COOKING m m t FT : Skill, Intelligence and Long Practice the OnlT Real jo ; Secrets Must Learn Habits of the JRange I 7" ' HP HERE are. primarily, but two U 1 kinds of cake mixtures, and all R n , 1 the manifold big and jlttle, round Z , and square, large unci, loaf vari- "'4 , tics aro but modifications, ombclllsh- 27M ments or different combinations of W 1 these two cake foundations. There are M . cokes without butter, of which sponge KM cake Is the best example, and cako with butter, of which cup and pound .O0 cakes uro best known. I There la no such thing as luck In 1 cooking It la like any other art, the rcHuli of skill: In some, In pnrt Inborn; , In others, acquired; but In either...

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. — 15 April 1911

B ': MF HI I '.. THE OGPEN STANDARD) :tll I " " " ' - i I PUTTING SECONDS IN THE FINAL w fMJODERN Handicapping Methods by Which Athletes :VX ,JIP TSi JOm I (Are Evenly Maiched and Skitt by Which They Cope ft : w- ? 4Bi'nfwPBE I Wwith the Disadvantages ESl F:C -: & iKBI-i? W if lflfrflil rrbhU inn. hr ibo New lorL lft-nld O. All risbf rcrrcM I T can truthfully be said that b neslro tor physl cnl competition is nit instinct which is mnuifest In nearlv every hunian creature at some time In life. Far back in the dark ages wo inny go and search for a plausible tcuson for ibis trait to compete and .-non wo must inevitably at rive at Hie conclusion H that it is nothing more than a test of skill by which H one may show his neighbor that lie is "there." It begins with the bragging child who as soon ns H he Is able to toddle about and reason for himself H stark to show some "stunt" which he thinks an H other younstcr of his own ape can not do. So it H goes through life and It is this germ...

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. — 15 April 1911

' f .- ! "i ' I: THE OGDEN STANDARD I I -' " - .. . . y I fj - ' . . . - -- . Tii at . M I Vindication of the maligned welsh rarebit ' I n! T'S Afo Indigestible, Says the Department of ijj - 1 I Agriculture, and, Furthermore, Cheese Is More JS Til Nutritious Than Eggs or Fish r Ovp value was concerned war a? good n food as tho 'nmc cheese at nny stage ofrlpcnlns. The difference Vns largely.-In tbe mnttcr.o paJatabJllty, the riper cliche being more relished, by 'the .patients In most cases. In these, cheese expprltuents and others which havp been a' part of the nutrition Investigations the human body, is treated exactly as If It were a steam engine or some other sortVof mechanical device for generating power. Dr. C AV, Langworthy, expert In uutrltlon, will dmm this Into the head of any persou who wauts to know about the work, lie says: "An engine cannot run a jnncliinc or draw a train unless It ha fuel, which is converted into energy or, , as we say, which Is used -tOigcnpratc power....

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. — 15 April 1911

I I KtSOUkCES OF l I IHESTA'StOr I VALUE OF HEK FARM CROPS" FOR THE YEAR 1910 TOTALLED $33,000,000 H (BY. HON. WM. SPRY.) ; H Xo .state In Hie union li.ia been muro rlcliiy endowwl In Us apiciuUd ad nwnJ fold resources llmii Uio UitC ; "f LUUi. Its mine, llteially InexIiuUbilblu tiCJ. uries of. Bold, ullvm. copper u "j.th metuls, In 1910 n-,clicd iiruducUon uf more than ?$,&i'r), ! VL" "1,?" "nut lt moimtulns IAv f K ecrotchod. with cvcr cur Us produc- lion IncreashiK by rvmarkablr unit as lonialilnp stride. Its llvostock ddcd 10 the state's wealth hi si year "" 20.0fo.CMl. and though younK in Jta man facturlnj? adwiiicomunt and holding out couniloaa opportunities tor factories or ovcry kind it still produced at ,? vuluo of SlS.OuO.Wl It Mores of llmbor, coal and iron, which for tho preMnt hto ronwsrved for u. Ilttlo while In oul-of- the-way place?, will presently bo known arrow tho world, n they can oasuy aupply tho ncedn of America for a hun- dred years. Onr farm crops, of whi...

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