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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 9 September 1910

I y f 0 i tJ l I I 1 8 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1910 I t I i I I r SPECIAL SALE OF i MANUFACTURS SAMPLES I I 33113 O7 OFF 250 Sample Fall Skirts 33 PER OENT OFF 160 Sample Fall Jackets 33 3 PER CENT OFF 350 Sample Childrens Coats 333 PER CENT OFF 450 Silk and Wool Dresses 334 PER CENT OFFI I 350 Ladies Winter Coats 33 3 PER CENT OFF I 100Ladies Fall Suits 33 PER CENT OFF l I Perfect CorsetaComfort and i UptomDate Style br I i SLENDER WOMEN I NO I NEMO LASTIKOPS CORSET I 330 THE LATEST CORSET INVEN f TION I I 4t 1b9d 35i s i AS great a godsend to slender wo t T I men as the worldfamous Nemo Self f Reducing Corset is to stout women The two bands of semielastic I Lastikops Webbing see cut firmly but gently support the abdomen and internal organs preventing that danger j ous bearing down feeling no matter how tight you lace Every woman knows what I that means Dont fail to see this new cor set Its an entire noveltynothing like it ever madcbefore Lid very latest ...

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. — 9 September 1910

J t THE EVENING STANDARD ODEN UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1910 I < = n the I the j Jlfi thdQ nd 11 two time ully J Uc < r I 1 y l I r l i 4 I 4 q S I 1 JI3 r xainu13 he spr in to tte oflJfllO ccrvIcar that U > e aisiea atlcnt l 0 W bao A oftb be lie liecre vere hey beCUIS CUIS ° Efl0ClI r Otht atnifl S I y on ca HUB rag ffcrcd tt yS SI 4 F The New Red Cross I Dress Boot so many women are wealing Slip your foot into ft and you I will realize1 in 1 moment whv I somt of our customers could scarcely wait until the Red Cross Fall styles were ready In the Red Cross Shoe you pet absolute comfort in just the styjc you want Let us fit you in this one of our smartest Sh1L rs models Learn how good it feels I Hiuh Shoes l 450 and 5 Ox Ir lUrk fords 350 and i I BURTs i WASHINGTON AVE i OGDEN j I CRIPPLED SHOE SPECIALIST No matter what they look like you will get them back new I r in 15 minutes I l OGDEN SHOE I REPAIR FACTORY 33324thS1 I i < i I1J < p i HE WILL PULL WELL It you feed hi...

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. — 10 September 1910

V I I I i I A THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1910 r J I a I i r 1 a t t 1 i t e I + r + p e rirsja I a 0 For MenOnIy i OnIy I a < o 00 l 00 e The Goshen Cutlery Companys Pacific Coast Sales 0 1 0I man stopped off here enroute East We were fortu E I nate enough to secure his entire line of Samples Q 0 of Razors Strops Hones and other shavers articles Cl I I o at less than the actual cost to manufacture El I n Simply on account of having been used as sam 5 i ii ples every razor must go Get in the game early d and select a good one ill 00 The Razors arc of the famous English and German ifI EI brands which are always sold at 250 to 400 Dur I I I 00 ing the sale we offer your choice of the 6 Q entire lot 00 i Ii1 h Iij1 for 00 LI 1 REMEMBER Our personal guarantee is back I of every sale Your money back or goods exchang E I e I ed in case of dissatisfaction o I 1 L e e STROPS i 1 Goshen Strops famous for their honing qualities 13 I positively hones and puts that ...

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 September 1910

4 ark aye 1 J or j an j ier 1 t ng nt l a Lit 1 3 1 g 1be be i w V s a s n Ih j s J < j i I r t 2355 Ii I i < I j I I i I ERS ING BIG PAr j > r The r 1 J cut i I ours IG Y l f rillS i srs ld zs In rOI1 lun Pzs 1 f111 > 7 IOlli J l Jjldi slats abort > t 004 Olt I Q f h0 to toO t la O j erO bO 1 ig I rCO g tai o ai Ou ss0 JeiO l o t a O iito t o rgJ9t 15 OI tO r 3 giJ OO l f I Fr > f P Is IsH Jf Hr H r tjM I I r J t MM 1 t < I I j 4 LET YOUR WANTS BE r + r h EATHER FORECAST f n t t f t KNOWN IN THE r + r 1 m 1 t THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE i 1 v i i EVENING STANDARD T r T r WEATHER WILL BE GENERAL 1 r r t LY FAIR TONIGHT AND TOMOR ROW Y Fortieth Year No 218 Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 10 r J9JO16 PAGES Entered u Second Claw Matter 1t time P e stofGco Ogden Utah I AVATOR INJURED I Falls While Giving an Exhibition at Sacramento Sacramento Cal Sept 10At 1 oclock this inornlug physicians In at tendance on Charles K Hamilton the aviator...

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 September 1910

t r r t t if THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1910 ur 1 i I I I A l 7 r r it r = A 1 I 4 In p i I I I I y11 vv ti vM 1 u a r r i i i f J I I I rl I J Jr 7 I v 1 > w r m E E v a Y LJ1J I I I 1 We are ready 9 as mever before to aid you Isi your Fall Furniture rnd House i J i n m e sbiif1 W BuyREUgo llh1 i I Q 0 In past seasons our stocks have been comple te This season they are in even better condition Our store service is par excellent from start to I t i finish should be Painstaking brought salespeople to serve you and aid you in supplying your needsa prompt and I careful delivery service to bring things to J as they t I jI1J li Our p cesfair and just lower than elsew here for goods of the same qualitymean supplyi ng your wants to you at handsome savings 9 i I I W 1 4 We have planned harder than ever this Fall to merit your patronage and if the best store ser vice at your command means anything to you were > I yj1q > bound to get it j 1 J vi Y Y r = ti ...

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 September 1910

I s J I 1 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1910 g l 0 < RJJL IJ > j tI ii if TA TE f < v i I JF R REAL lBARGAIN CONSULT THESE COLUMN > j ONE LIGHT ROOM HOUSE large a lot barn room for four horses lots I o of hay wagon One block from busi J ness center Apply P M Poulson 7 M01 VashIngton 52Gtf tf NEST cottage of four rooms fine lawn shrubbery 130000 2031 Mon 1 roe 992wks iiJ rj 1 rho b Or lit er the etil 31 Un ne at 15 Cr on IL h V ro S In 0 I es iI1 Ce UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910 Mountain Time DENVER RIO GRANDE R R I I DEPART i C Exprc for tho Efl8L 7t nm 10 To SnIt J1ke 911 Im 12 Salt Lak PnsJlng l2 Im 2AtIntIO LImited east 11 pam 4 AtlantIc Mall cast bI3 pln i Omlld Junction Exprclll G J 1 1l ARRIVE f0611cn Pwsongcr 115 m I Limited Cram eat b pm t ChlclFO Ex from out 3 prn i Ogden Expro rJ pm 11 I4cnl from g pIfl S Utah 3r faW 8 tm UNION PACIFIC R R CO I rrJ I I No I Eastbound I Depart roiMall und Express 1 850 nm injlnot Mail I S...

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 September 1910

r i G THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1910 i CARPENTERS N I T 1AN OPEN LETTERI < Defend Their Course in a Statement to This Paper Signed by a Com mittee Representing the Local Union Arbitration Has r t Been Accepted by Them I j I Ogden Utah Sept 9th 1010 Editor Standard It appearing that the general public are placing the blame for the conditions that exist + in the building industry of our city on tho Carpenters Union and feel Ing that we aro unjustly accused we take the liberty of writing this let ter for publication I As early as January 1st 1910 tho matter of wages were discussed and en March iGth a resolution was adopted whereby wo asked the con tractors for a minimum wage of > 450 1 i per day an increase of fifty cents M i over lie wage of last year The con tractors were Immediately Informed p of the action taken said scale to take effect on Juno 1st on June 10th sev en of the principal contractors serv ed written notice on the union that they could...

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 September 1910

r 4 Apq I of St y Qn ry of alma Ing coI kboldeia egnrJ tD ears nUOa of CVLdQ e 1Ip 1a1 lch b to 0 Rhlch I prompt ing lei to olution the tell ra toOUl ca bare over U0 and mho OlDpaoF In corlJQ e knoo Jiiae lock 11 e to II1IaloN an lJ1j property COUey hot inr r I > isuea 10 Man ada the UnnJ ay Dos proper shalL bo I bYa 1 cs that e above rations j oaed of od ay and edsaut ba past which Opoaeml ng Ihe tie past ict that o been er cor le ma remain various of he tlBfact dom ot he ab aboQ ids arot ckhold lum oaltlo1 iciitlon pment prom t west 7 ETS I I RKET Pamil dnyof ferret i aforE about nand sofa jn r sI3e7s 5orbed aledti I CIOSj I i fr I celr celrwal owing sum ant i t I rease s reaw La 94 rease L n da 9 > 5409 g imtnc Te > as teen cdero 1 1 dod s od 455 1370 710 JSCp 3S J lCCCW 75S i ember muary 0 lovenv a Oc 15 dull aUs 57 V2j I225f 3mclter on41 f tlslx rdart jioritbs rRaw A SG olasfcg steady Rite i j d II i q t > THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1910 i...

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 September 1910

1 A i 1 1 l I I I I s THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEn UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1910 I iLl l i SPECIAL SALE OF I MANUFACTURERS SAMPLES I Y 3313 O7 OFF + I 250 > Sample Fall Skirts 33L3 PER OENT OFF j 150 Sample Fall Jackets 3333 PER CENT OFF 350 Sample Childrens Coats 3333 PER CENT OFF I 450 Silk and Wool Dresses 33 33 PER CENT OFF 350 Ladies Winter Coats 0 33 n PER CENT OFF I I 100 Ladies Fall Suits 33 3 PER CENT OFF i i Perfect CorsetComfort and UptoDate Style for Jttr i SLENDER WOMEN NEMO LASTIKOPS CQKSET NO 330 TEE LATEST CORSET INVEN TION W s j 350 1 As great a godsend to slender wo t men as the worldfamous Nemo Self Reducing Corset is to stout women lTTIr f f The two bands of semielastic t at n I Lostikops Webbing see cut firmly = i i but gently support the abdomen and internal organs preventing that danger ous bearing down feeling no matter how tight you lace Every woman knows what that means Dont fail to see this new cor set Its an entire noveltynothing like S it ever made be...

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 September 1910

Ji q 0 Ji I Y THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1910 7 1 1 1 I J I IY IYw ng ay Jes Jeseo eo I I itet 0 enIlfl guest iley of N1bC o Is Wj entei o Crlt no 6 after the urCil jUl be ct OCIf or bus Dent of TOPA I A L 3D I 3Dra GUARANTEED SOLID GOLD 14Kj OUIl Re Sale ofi FOrilll1l121 Pe I j 1024 0 I FOR ANY PEN IN OUR WINDOW ONE WEEK ONLY Rejuiir oO k 8o wSli1ille Silver filigrees pearl mounted plain black or gold banded barrels I Every pen sold under our personal guarantee Your 1 money refunded or you can exchange any unsatisfactory pen SIPARG09S BOOK STORE I u I = uu WOMEN RIDER OF WILD HORSE COMiNG MRS BERRY ST CLAIR WOMAN CHAMPION BRONCHO BUSTER OF THE WORLD WILL RIDE THE FIERCEST AND WILDEST HORSE AT THE FAIR GROUNDS NEXT WEDNES DAY ANDJTHURSDAY SEPT 14 AND 15 WITH THE GREAT CHEYENNE WILD WEST SHOW = r RANDOM REFERENCES Continued from Pago Five A man by tho name of Adonis is I around Ogdon soliciting advertise ments for the Standard and collecting money In advanc...

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. — 10 September 1910

ti ty rr t lL r If I i r jtoi IG P41 1 i CI L ES DWY I 4 4 4 a eo + i a r I I 0 r i i I iJ Some Famous Women Philanthropists of Today j i C j I I i I r I ems By LOUIS SHERWIN I i i + i J f Y rLAC 11ti 1 A > 1 i HOW AMERICAS COLOSSAL I I i FORTUNES ARE BEING SPENT I I Mrs Stanford Founds a UniversityMrs Hearst the Angel 1 I of BerkeleyMrs Harriman Gives a Huge I j I I Park to the People t i N nothing do American women of i today more clearly reveal the I I 1 i active presence in themselves of I a spirit which was at most dor I h y mant in the American woman of yes I terday than in the chnractcr and qual I I ity and magnitude of their efforts in the I direction of caring for others Ii J Such is the summary of Elizabeth I I MacCrackcns judgment in her took I I about the American woman Super ficially this may sound like a very par I I I tial statement of a rhapsodically pa 1 iriolic person The Lady Bountiful I I I is supposed to have existed even ill the scmibarbniism of the Middle A...

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. — 10 September 1910

i I h5y a i f I j I i For i t l an her ng m ant t ha nil ting t ing 1 be ow I w I ys I ysa tes iih gs 1 JS t be5 I > fR at 2365 1 ° 1 1Y uclvc to umorclal atlc ret iese fcr ern pa n coun re manu termouii J As a realzc I I for thr + nut f slent ef crDm ot a better slant dls lot mor Urol the agitation m bellerf I to wjv 1 iy cal J temartil I noklocs Ii 1 Iii 1 PAGE J I IDa1D J I rI r j > i I r 5 J I I J J 4 J i I I I i part Two THE OGDEN STANDARD I Pages 9 to 16 i k FORTIETH YEARN 218 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER JO 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS < I = ixj Y ° iff ftgM Br ii I I JDonnfng rSaII anb < tbain I r I Id 113Q Elisabeth Jotban or T was at one of Henrietta Twomblcys recep tions that Jessica and I were privileged for IT the first time to gaze upon the intellectual countenance of Mrs Varburton and to listen to the words of wisdom that jfcll suavely from her lips That we experienced more pleasure in the indulgence of the second privilege than in that of the first...

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. — 10 September 1910

t1 t I i H r e e TtfrflIEOGDEN STANDARD i e u C IJ I I T L ILS AND TH E P F N T R C TI I T 11111 TNEGARJENTY CULT 1 U I Ii T is only recently Umt V 4 i 3 g have taken it into their prettj heads J Jo do the work of carpenters More or they do H exceedingly well while being particularly keen about the sport exercise useful accomplishment or whatever they arc pleased to term the pastime It is not Implied that they merely provide themselves with n kit of tools trill then seek about for odd jobs at which to amuse themselves Tho cult of carpentry is entered into seriously No girl of judgment thinks of sillying herself with it unless she has had due prepara tion tionAt various conspicuous country places I girls who keep abreast of the limps have formed classes at which practical car I pentry is taught Usually Hie das moots at the homes of the different mom I I I bcrc of the class or else at the home of I the member TTIO can afford It the best I I place in which to work and the greatest numb...

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. — 10 September 1910

i i a i tt = i I J RS1 i PontJif pontf > f ujft 1 other > both JE t < f 1 I r I I i 4 j 1 I II r J I ij l lI r i Yy ° t Its an blic i ion 4alt nd her lit the tirn fins ter Is of I t0UI UI dct lrn Von e oat r I ad no se eain4 es rs i n die z oral IceD err aln lost 1d IS Ight iclr g5 a 5 tlarY nay teal r to i 1 rlcsn I redS f ye0 tbon ODO r a bO Jb 11 7 d 11orj i v r t J t 1l l r T111E060EN 3TANDAID n i ill l 1 r IAL Y PRUEON THE GLAD SEA WAVES J TII I J J < r 1 fit L t f r rl t Q ilrr h 1 I I BY ELISE WILLIAMSON C3pJTlSbl3010br the let YQrk Herald Co All rlchts rrerT U f II Sally Guess whos on board ship AW I ciiut guess but 1 liopc Its the 0 coroner Awawawc I lay flattened out like a shadow with nn ice cup perched over ouo eye nnd In my soul a limp desire to put away all earthly things My conversation If listened to steadily would doubt less have proved monotonous but nevertheless It was Inspired by deep and true feeling ° AVns mVC Dot paid no heed to my meanings That he...

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. — 10 September 1910

zr L I i 1 < r i A i I J t I F Z I lic Scdllcc oi Fa K m lUg e r p t r < I 6 27 J f t f 110 J2JJLr t i = Tm 1 > I i nun UIO bi n J tkn1 Prti ClllcroJ JI JI I i 1 I i I i i Answers by the veterinarian Dr A S Alexanricr ttliconln College of Aorlcuttury I Moon Calves I I MY COW dill not clean and when I re jVI moved tho afterbirth olahteim moon i calves ctfrnc away with It After a tlmo I got Home more afterbirth and some more I moon calves but this cow la aid ntlll ami S tho removaL of afterbirth and muon calve did not help much If any What causes moon calves and how may they bo preventedf I I What IB the best way to remove the after birth when held back by the cow KcntUck Farmer 1 i ReplyThere Is no such thIng as a moon I calf BMIef In such absurdities belongs lit I I the sflino category with such mythical dlc I eoacs as wolf III the tall hollow horn tho hooks lampers wolf teeth etc and thopeoplo who Speak of them and treat I them usually are devout believers In the I filgns ...

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. — 10 September 1910

n t rUllgle11 tPPeare interior of sop I i roans I Iln Incq I ne ns lo I tight for i 0 ncadJ aid bor IS l11th Ib s4tt lad CVu 1 desk nyi h small t Ic anI r II furnJ CC40dlag < = = r mn dnpCl a MUIIU kwear contrib a nee of u any it of it collar ly made r small md arc + f linea muj of Prtttj match < ed GVCTV dress hctrf slope sled to locks line to nLrolk traight icck of 51rcaJ < ore are rube In the laterlcl liar of < tie LoV vs i low I stoct 1 rJio j Ica HD P9inl liwwidr F 3 ff Iflutebr1 srnpjt dIJDI 1Jfrr d1t 5 r1 1 iltthwl hy t4 hyrr natrn Y I IQI 1lh Jiarplf > Jji i I 1ji j leryI1Z sine Gel lbii of bci 1 lb lbi avonir C Tf + y + t parr rtte In rlfi lorclh ilc og nncnJ ig1t8 t fah uc cfFbt youc3 Icitmila rod outs h ttih l Its tfOra ar Ise rr aP Im to k feu to to nmlfl fl t nod rkens win d cod Graf 1 iheti tic siv I Sritb cc Linn nhdelf d fibre sdly for ii Ti o broQO escR y4n r fans > e t gS I lie of louaf rlcl o tor y t yutfl nn utfl a ilfof ad mate erf fo d fc otnf...

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. — 10 September 1910

t I I s I I96 STANDARD 1 j t f II 1 tl I gARI I r i BY MRS A T ASHMORE I OTEL life has changed consider l H ably of late > oars and with the immense many storied hotels has i come naturally a greater for I mality which shows Its effect in I a much increased elaboration of 3rc5s ns well ns a lack of the old sim plicity of the life of the hotel eomlnuintv i < = f It was only n few years ago when in even tho most fashionable hotel at n populai I watering place n low nit evening gown j t h made the wearer conspicuous but today p reffulatjon evening dress Is worn nil 1 Kether A There is a difference in cut however be e tween a ball gown a dinner frock and the i style of costume that is in vojue for even I ing wear at n hotel or restaurant Need lcs to state there is a decidedly extensive i wnrdrobo required in these days by the s woman who cnrcs to be even suitably let i i alone smartly gowned for evening gayety i Nor is there the least use in attempting1 to I get through tho autumn...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 10 September 1910

1 n j N y1 i ji at I QUl My In I crtat I at ecu led ledR the R f ml Lndrn t m ol lat cm iild > ur 75 lay rf 11 r J TIV Ttflfl ion aid i75 thy It 11 x3 ur 1s5 C air y If er In he1 ibn nd Sri r catO cav tO lrnt nt flne ne nefl fl m nt il he rl HK Ito lut < A LIhe he ut cr 3 If lot S tIn 4 nd se tlo pn r n em ntJ Be j Li I Id w B B a rm It mrk by 4 c 6 dent > f > i nI uIO Ihe slltO onrly pro it to Itory t flies flieshi 010 If tIC r i un iinOU OU l htlY flLlJ1d ifibr tock cslrcd i n ono or 10 ay VUIUUj t f i i t m J ot < l THE i CASE AGAINST J1 BALLINGER CLEARED UP I I 0 I i Tho following article is reproduced from the American Magazine for September by Stewart Edward White The article is copy r righted all rights being reserved But by special favor from the editor of the magazine the Standard is permitted to reproduce the sarno on condition that proper protection is given S Mr White the author of the article has given the Ballinger testimony deep personal study and he sa...

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. — 12 September 1910

w Hr H t r 2 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1910 I it v J I i uiK UNIVERSITY i OPENS THURSDAY j f With prospects as bright or bright before the University I er than ever of Utah will begin work for tho year i T 191011 next Thursday Sept 15 Tlt j I throe last days of thin week will be dovoted to entrance examinations and I tho registration ot students Class I i work will begin Monday Sept JO I i Most of the former members of tho I i faculty will ho In their places when school opens Several prof < M Kni are 1 I onleave ot absence and their posts I will bo ruled by substitutes In tho absence of Dean Byron Cummings I j I who is traveling and studying In f I Europe Professor George M Mar I shall will continue as acting dpan I of tho acbool of arts and sciences I Replacing Dr John Sundwall who Is studying III Germany Professor U G lore formerly of the University p of Missouri has been engaged as pro d lessor of anatomy and head of tho jl medical school To Fill Plac...

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. — 12 September 1910

Gold 1 tJJnm w r 1 J1t > l f rf fjD O omtl aJ l T s d1 7j 0 The L4ci n toucl0 tl S tr tt < ltl1 Jlt nt1irJFsD Ul qh fte stb444te j fcrJeor tWou j r uro j rb1e 1 ri te Qri tC I1 cJl u bfoc t1Je 1 c1Joi 1IJJ j UI ptik ute xbtej1pr OD d lite gowU A fMtl I t outtJl1t III t c1IMr1 cIIIlr h1C s is1i II 1crIiSV ucd iii I lcr for r werd c1J ct lmK tt licit Iw tli cto g rlut tJ5 r 1110ro tbi a touch I A cluster oS ei oC Jj re1ie i t 011 nnd tIll onrnin l Ill U L > r1 1 L IlClI ri a dt1t bolt jtL5tj r worn 4t < I 4tI y I t t w i LET YOUR WANTS BE 4 WEATHER FORECAST e KNOWN IN THE t t n V V ° ii 1 I I n P rt THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE r EVENING STANDARD tl WEATHER WILL BE GENERAL r FAIR NOT MUCH CHANGE IN TEMPERATURE Fortieth YearN 219Price Five Cent OGDEN Y MONDAY EVENING CITY UTAH SEPTEMBER J2 1910 Entered as Second Class Matter at tho Postofficc Ogden Utah RATES ARE 1 NOT IIKIII Western Rates Should Be AdvancedSays Thayer of Pennsylvania Now York Sept 12lohn A Thay er viceprcu...

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