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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 September 1910

90SllZl I t 1Y YS Y d i i1 ii 0r 11f J j rJ t 1 11y n h to 1 1 JO 18 1 1L j r U dW dWto LI to i I ii1 o 0 8 I > > THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1910 5 I ii t 1 1I ir ifJ j STANDARD TELEPHONES u EDITORIAL ROOM tl Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE t 4 Either phono one ring 56 r RANDOM I r REFERfENES ARk your grocer for Wardfl Good Bread Labol on every loaf Funeral Sunday Morning Tho fu noral services of the late Marcus E Darrow will be held Sunday morning at 11 oclock at tho Kaneavllle oioet lug house Tho services will be con ducted by Bishop George Green and tho Interment will be In tho Ogden City cemetery Peach Day Excursion Via Oregon Short Line to Brignam City Utah Sept 7 Round trip rato The Spe cial train loaves Ogden 830 a m Tickets good on all trains City tick et office 2614 Washington avenue Both phonos 372 11 Funeral Monday Tho funeral serv ices over tho remains of Mrs Sarah E Hawkins will be held Monday at 2 p m at the First...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 September 1910

H 9 I > I I t i Ie I i i i I I j l I I U I I t f i L x 4 S I r2 i t THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH I ST1TDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1910 0 L J G I 1 STAUNCH FRIENDS Of PERU NA I h 0 0 KQ Ct piii MR5 F E T E AUGUST t1AAS1 i 1 < c I r1 > h n r riJ t IWv < S t S7Mi 1 it I1jl J 1J5 H G GREEN l GRANDMOTHERS AND GRANDFATHERS WHO BELIEVE IN PERUNA I I flJ CAN recommend Peruna as a good medicine for chronic ca t Inrrh of the stomach and bowels I have been troubled with It severely for over a year and also a cough Now my cough is all gone and all the distressing symptoms of catanh or the stomach and bowels have disappeared I appeared I will recommend it 0111 as a rare remedy Mrs r E Little To lono Ill HI HAD catnrih of the stomach r bowels and lower internal or gans Had a great deal of pain in roy right hip which felt like rhcu Timtlsm Also pain In my Internal or I gans The water was highly colored my back was weak was constipated I and very restless 11 commenced to take Peruna ac cording ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 September 1910

I iL I r THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1910 UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910 Mountain TImcJ I DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DEPART 6 Exprei for tho East 7 W i 11n 10 To Halt Lako 300 Irn 12 Salt Lake InssonBar 1245 p TI 1 2 Atlantic Ljmltod oast Uo5 pi 4 Atlantic Wail east 6tt pm t Grand Junction Exprcsn GlJ sI1 I I ARRIVE I Ogden Panongor 13Z t m 1 Limited from coel 4 5 pi7 Cbfcago Ex from cast 38J Im 7 Ogden Express 3GJ 1rn 11 LocAl from SunEol 710 prn I Utah and Cal tixpross O l1m a UNION PACIFIC R R CO I Tr I I No1 Eatbourni I DCPorl I 01 M1I ond Express I 830 nm 10JKant Mall SM lIII SiLoS Ancolco Limited dallyI12W pm ilOvorland Limited 1 230 pm 4Atlantlc Express I CM plI1 NO1 Westbound I Arrive G Paiiscager G35 ti 3nJOrnln Expross 4S Lm 9 rast Mali U g LI 3 Overland II1mii 320 p1 7 Los AIigOies Ltd datly1 3 pm OREGON SHORTLINE R RCO NoJ North of Olden I Depart I But and PorUand 115 nm 131 Olden rnlud Motor Car S25fttl 13 Idaho Express 910ar ZjDutto 81...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 September 1910

s o g r rT q L I I I 1 THE WRNIlG STAN JA m OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4 ifl10 y I nA V 4JL c 4 DONTmlD DAY r 1 9 n Li ufq if r v i SHOV COM NG 1 Greatest Wild West Combination Ever Put on Anywhere ThisfGreat > Show Was Specially Prepared for ExPresident Rooseveltf 1 > Indians and Cowboys Will Repeat the Battle ofthe r 1 PlainsA Lively Time May Be Expected I 1 The Great Frontier Day Show from Cheyenne Wyoming will be in Ogden y on September 11 and 15 1010 a week t from next Wednesday and Thursday Tho show passed through Ogden last wqek with CO cnrs and Is playing now at the California State Fair BxPrcsldont Roosovelt who was I in Cheyenne last week while this grout Frontier Day show was In prog ress said It la the greatest show I have ever Been Mr Chas Irwin the manager was p In Ogden Thursday and ho said It was the Greatest show over put on I anywhere and will never again be duplicated He has with him several hundred I I PATHETIC CASE 4 i I BEFORE POLICE I An Elderly Woman D...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 11 September 1910

S1 a 1dr dr drsw sw 1I adae nica flay yN i ode J We eea j The ac 000 our ties i 5 1 abl u 4 IN r ibl Ttt t5tl I1 b d le re at I ifl w rd C Lo O hu C at C rkGl y 0C to c Ip C m0 m0C U OQ 1 4 eSl I nary lter le r a r11 warn ia 0l3 t r r rFr 90SZ IZZt08 rr SSSZlZZ 10 j 4 I FULL ASSOCIATED f I PRESS DISPATCHES THE BEST I AND OTHER ra ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN THE SPECIAL rw NEWS FEATURES STATE OF UTAH Arid Successors to THE DAILY MORNING EXAMINER VOL VIINO 241 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 111910 PRICE 65 GENTS PER MONTH ROOSEVELT DfNOUNCS MOB RULE ExPresident Tells People of CoI f umbus That Recent Riots Were Reprehensible REGULARS GUARD T R WHILE IN THE CITY Mayor Marshall and Policemen I Who Were Scored Shake the Speakers Hand I l r I COLUMBUS Ohio Sept 10In language as emphatic as he could mane it Colonel Roosevelt told tho people of Columbus today that scenes of violence auch as has occurred hero during the strike wore reprehensi ble and reflected xlisgrace upon any I person who either w...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 11 September 1910

4 p A I L < r j c I < i fP 4LI ii III I I I THE MORNING STANDARD UGb IiOTAHSUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11 191D j L j SPORTING NEWS 1 1 I = y 1 i I BASEBALL RESULTS J I j i i Ii ii COAST LEAGUE I II I First Los I At Los AngeIOFIrSt game 4 l Angeles 1 > San Francisco 2 Second San Francis 3 I game Los Angeles i J 1 co 8 I 1 At Sacramento Vornon 1 Sacra d i mento L i NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE 1 i I I I At Taconw Tacouia 2 Spokane 3 WESTERN LEAGUE 1 1 At Omaha Omaha 7 Topeka 2 1 At St Joseph SU Joseph JJ Lln o1n2 J I coInAt Wichita Wichita 7 Des Moines Si 6 I Al Denver Denver 1 Sioux City 6 I AMERICAN ASSOCIATION I t At Kansas City First game St Paul 6 Kansas City 3 Second game f St Paul G Kansas City 1 At LoulBvlllo First game Tole do 1 Loulavlllo 2 15 innings Sec J ond game Toledo 0 Louluvlllo 1 At Milwaukee Firsl game Min neapolis 3 Milwaukee 4 13 Innlnga Second game Minneapolis 2 MI d waukee L I At Columbus Indianapolis 3 Co I I lumbus 5 I NATIONAL LEAGUE I l I PIttoburg 5 Chicago 4 I ninth ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 11 September 1910

905Z I U109 S55Z IZZ 10 r d i i THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1910 3 1 > r y I rr r3c rf Y 01 r n it OK < 1 and cod fur fW eet Jsh Job 1 no 1 IJg 1 > EH a tits cafig ed W was if rts penlt uedfct x11 ei ivietffl ezp4tea adchi appols I the k oases ate Ll pt prul Unltel daliaa jnjffbil ootaid A f 5 ffl < 1 R J I info 4thl tens at 1 see t our ouri1 i1 ing4 I our ollrbt1 the dcnA 1 f 3 TJ A t kj vj ooooj 140 00t 100 C X cenfefi r J lent r t iSi rk r fl I WOMEN RIDER OF 1 I a WELD HORSES COlwiU1NG I 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 AND THURSDAY SEPT 14 AND 15 WITH THE GREAT CHEYENNE WILD WEST SHOW I POUGE BREAKUP I A fAMILY ROW I John Hassel Faces a Charge of I Beating His Better I Half John H1S Gel was arrested lato last night ou Washington avenue between Twentyninth and Thirtieth streets charged with beating his wife The man was under the Influence ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 11 September 1910

a41 S wr 1 r + Mww y = c111 < t r t lt F + v s i i II I THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1910 y 1 A I I I 1I I I S i J t 1 1 4 rIwJ I 4P j I 1 I w Ytr V 1 1 I r I I I I I r j t I i J r I I I I I P + 2 I 1 t I i i EVE t Y = t r L I A f r t K 1 = fj u r rl N I I Ii y b I 13 J I T I J lt A I I 11 We are ready 9 s never RDeforre 9 o aid Y1lll 0 Jill oar Fall rile trnrre asM House I I nml1P ll SiunIDl DUYiR1ffo j l I I I I j 7IaV i r In past seasons our stocks have been comple This season they are in even better condition Our store service is par excellent from start to I t I finish Painstaking salespeople to serve you and aid you in supplying your necc1sa prompt and careful delivery service to bring things to you as they I t should be brought ij i I I Our pricesfair and justlower than elsew here for goods of the same qualitymean supplyi ng your wants to you at handsome savings J j 1 We have planned harder than ever this Fall to merit your patronage and if the best ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 11 September 1910

1 OuEi 3 OCCU 3 tIzig been T dce StraU 100 UtIou f ar deco flI8tja of iirdIft rdIft f Aez titlon t Ot1g ii e3t sona a1 aJ met iecea4 Iflorp ece 5tTat ccl Mar Pct1 nd decz 11121 r raTil trUc uc tIO b I g or d aUor lCCQt I t I d dra rda but a rI d ant onth ADA tr3f lt thi cIMa 1dei5 rJt us 1 to 3m t b to1 LI Yth an IOW Un pm en Ive JrLc uc taih iIflC Do pOf I t e 0on ml I h id aI 13Cr Cr Ia Ltfl be Ct 03 t I coSZtZtO8 cssztuIO c41 6 H THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1910 2m ffiaSH ARflfflHTYRE FSfTOFHC NO IEE IH fig For Men Only E J 1 1 The Goshen Cutlery Companys Pacific Coast Sales E man stopped off here enroute East We were fortu 00 nate enough to secure his entire line of Samples ii of Razors Strops Hones and other shavers articles i ill at less than the actual cost to manufacture Is Simply on account of having been used as sam Ei ples every razor must go Get in the game early I EI and select a good one ill ill The Razors are of the famous English and German E ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 11 September 1910

W T T J > fjp I 1 I I i i U i THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY u SEPTEMBER 11 1f11C I I i i fARPENTERS rr < I N I I 1t AN OPEN lETTER I I i r I j Defend Their Course in a Statement to This Paper Signed by a Com mittee Representing the Local Union Arbitration Has I I Been Accepted by Them I 1 I I Oqdon Utah Sept 9th 1910 I C I Editor Standard It appealing that I 1 j the general public are placing tho + s blamo for the conditions that exist i m i In the building Industry of our city I2 l I on tho Carpenters Union nnd feel + I Ing that we arc unjustly accused wo I take tho liberty of writing this let ter for publication I t As early as January 1st 1910 the matter of wage wore discussed and on March 16th a resolution was I J adopted whereby we asked tho con tractors for a minimum wage of 450 I I per day an increase of fifty cents p over the wage of last year The con tractors wore Immediately Informed 1 of the action taken said scale to take effect on June 1st on June 10th se...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 11 September 1910

j J 5II Al oj iII 1 t 1 t I t I < il I j iJCAHO At t IrJng th ht hOlir or pl1CES lavalld first aci 10 caws way leu ie blant riili LDRE1 safe an n u It harmful Fol yg package clntyre v 11 11d S et i iiI I 90SZIUI09 d 1t 55SZIUIO 3 hi THE MORNING STANDARD OGDCJN UTAH SUNDAY 3 Jiciriu iJA 11 1S10 fl r H Mining 0 Stocks an Ma ket s i I I LOCAl EXCI1GE I QUITE AGHVf I Prices Were Improved in Almost Every Instance With the Ex ception of Iron Blossom 1 SALT LAKE Sept 10 Trhding wag quite active in the local list this morning Prices were Improved In al most every instance with the excep tion of Iron Blossorn Despite the fact that the usual dividend waa de clared by this company somo of the traders aro not favorably Impressed with the development work that Is being done In this properly and do not hesitate to say so A few days ago this Issue was strong at 10 cents more a share than it can be obtained for at this time Since the high price was attained a dividend of 0 centS a I share has be...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 11 September 1910

r = p s = JIID = r 4 = jrf2 71 v mi 2 F I J h ir l pi = 2 l 3 o 6 i fr l j c f 1 Ii I r I 8 r THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11 iu v 1 i HORSES COMING j J fROM EVERYWHERE I j Ii s 9500 for Purses at the Fair Grounds Richard Dwyer Who Will 7 L Have Charge of the Race Program Will Be Here Next Week l It I J Greatest Race Meet Ever Held in Utah Predicted Sl I I 1 I Ij I That the citizens of Ogden and via 1 I ltors to the Four State Fair will i be treated Jp the greatest race meet I Ing ever seen in the Hate of Utah Is now an assured fact c Horsemen from all over the conti i nent have signified their Intention of being present The California ra ting season opening so soon after the I Four State Fair makes this possi i ble as nearly all owners heading t or San Francldco will stop over for I 14 i I i I the moot given at the Ogden fair j grounds j Dr Rowu tho Intcrprislng and en 1 I ergetic president of Uic Four State i I Fair has labored unceasingly to make i t I this th...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 September 1910

ou NEV Os anj His wild 1eIrY tOt wOI I y nfsit tot Sait i log r 1tti ta1 t t lD ta1R lis sea by lc 11 OWft uddea paie 1 fil PotI ay b In 11 ho bAl out t it tbt Ige dot He 411 ehes IIte dp le ne hangs hlptst 1t tylo of 6 eaaj wl y I d Pro ysster coo usbatV hat b ith tb4 usG1 o ash nstt o m A1De cab ng t m0geala Stole a eeri fo tros favot lot 0 i i hlaon frett cam i stag at 2 i fa Mawr fbo w urcn stctt pger TMo yof actin lee at111 iad mac ljlc L S A i 1 qOSlIU1 SSSllll I 1 f v Wi r fi > tJll 7 111 r 7T rm X > F I u r j I FULL ASSOCIATED 1 THE BEST f PRESS DISPATCHES ATCHESt at r ADVERTISINGfHEDIUM AND OTHER SPECIAL NEWS FEATURES STATE 0UTA i t t i And Successors to THE DAILY MORNING EXAMINER s > k t VOL VITNO 248 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1910 PRICE 65 < OENTS PER MONTE I CAVAURI I IS COMING E TO AMlR GA L na is Going to Fight for Her Rights in PrcNuptinl Agreement CHANLERS RELATIVES I TO INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS II Robert Winthrop is Living in Se clusion Because of Noto...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 September 1910

Lt I L l > n f ti W n t r < r < f Ii tiiE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25 191v > i 7 > J THOUSANDS ITNESS THE BRilliANT RACING 1 L TdealWeather Attracts Great Crowds to the Fair GroundsJockey Boston Rides Home Three Winners Thistle q > Belle Takes purse in Sixth Race r Critltrmt racing iras furnished by the Ogden Racing association the thousands ol patrons that crowded the stands nnd overflowed on the bleachers on the occasion of the sec ond day oi the fall raeotlnns at the pretty fair grounds track yesterday afternoon The crowd was much larger than the one that turned out on opening day and the Interest displayed In the different events was much keener Tho races wore run off like clock work and tho last race was over shortly after 6 oclock The management of tho race meet Is much encouraged hy tho attend ance and the interest shown In tho racing nnd It Is a souce of much grat ification to Manager Dwyer that the people appreciate the etforts of him s...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 September 1910

intQd r the 1 a 1 ti7ng f c f tion j 4 1 j f I j 1 I 2 I 1J j 3y y I A I f j I ut t I j 9t 1t I s C r on bat rti 7 r 1 F I t a I t L a I II 90Slllll r fc P SSSlIU d 7 i N r 1 t THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1910 > J S r GiURRH OF BLADDER AND tfIDNEV 111 A fREQ ENr AND DREADED DISEAS prcs Neivhof P1 Promptly i L Relieved byPeruna I I C D Newhof 10 Delaware street i Albany N Yo President Montcllorc Club writes I writesSince j Since c I find that t I have been frequently troubled with i urinary ailments i The bladder hcemrd irritated and 4 I my phjsiclan said that It wis catarrh j caused by a protracted cold which 4 would be difficult to overcome on ac 4 count of my advanced years M look Pcmna hardly daring to be < llpvc that 1 would be helped hut I found to my relief that 1 soon began to mend 1 Tho Irritation gradually subsided and the urinary difficulties passed away I have enjoyed excellent bealtr now for the past seven months I enjoy my meals sleep sound...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 September 1910

j s f = JiI 1 LILy f J y THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAHSUNDAYSFJPTEMBER 181910 2 y Colonial Players I i 2c c J I tali 1 c A r1FJ1r 1 c1 S 1 7 r i f fr A SCENE IN < VALLEY FORGE AT = OGDEN THEATER TONIGHT s PRICES 50 and 35 r Lower Floor 35 and S5 Balcony 15c Gallery SPORTING JEWS I BASEBALL RESULTS I NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn and Chicago Split Even BROOKLYN Sept 17 Brooklyn 7 and Chicago split oven in a hotly contested double header that nearly ended lu a riot today The visitors came up from behind In the first game with the score oC 3 to 0 and batted out a victory In the seventh the final count being 5 to 3 The second game was tied up in the tenth when with Wheat and Hum mel on third and second Coulsou hit to Cole who fumbled slightly but recovered and threw to the plate Umpire Klom called the runner out oujacloso dovision Manager Dah t enanoSBurcu were ordered to the blub houBe for objecting A shower of jeoSo directed at tho chief um pire but police stopped the trouble Avhcn pl...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 September 1910

t J1 jt < OSZZZI SS5llllI 0 0 j j THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1910 OS r It ci i ged itnt 521 and t 1 vat rpt 111 tat stir 00oa oa as C II to at Ilt4 1F I 1 I 1 j i q UNION I BEL I r STANDARD TELEPHONES f EDITORIAL ROOM I Bell Phone No 322 I Independent two rings56 I BUSINESS OFFICE I Either phcxic one ring 56 I II RANDOM REfERENCES I vvaturmelonc Were Served Tnt Young People Bible class of the First Methodist church held its first year in the lecture room or the church Friday night with a splendid attend I ance Watermelons wore served after an interesting program of music I t Ask jour grocer for Wards Good Bread Label on over loaf I J F Parsons hn < > afllcod for a build j log permit to erect four frame build Ings near the cornor of Twenty fourth street and Jackson avenue The houses will bo modern structures each two stories In height and will bo ready for occupancy by the first of April Havo you tried Wosslers Best If not why not Ogden made r In Pri...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 September 1910

7 Ii t1 J i i i 5 r > M rb 2j i r = to = f G fI 1 1I t 1 a t c t r i r r i = = d j J Ja 1 It r r t 4 y r f A = 1 T 4 I I r THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH n SUNDAY SEPTEMBER n 18 1910 THE MORNING STANDARD r Pupllshed every day In the year by VVM GLASMANN t I I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE BY CARRIER IN OGDEN I OITY Dally and Sunday ono pjonth < 63 Dally and Sunday sir months 37o 1 Dally and Sunday ono year 700 By mail outsldo of Ogden City Thrco months In advance 130 J One year by mail in advance 6 Un I Subscribers wishing address of paper chI ° ot must nr tvrtiz I aa well as present address Subscriptions 10 all cases arc pay I I in advance FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS RVICESEVEN DAYS A WEEK I I WEATHER FORECAST t UTAH Partly cloudy and possibly unsettled S rctey anal Monday day t CHICAGOANS BIT21 GOLF GROUNDS The hightost ground between the Rockies including the Black Hills and the Alleghenies has become the prize of Chicagoans the highest summit of the Ozarks at Windsor Park Ar...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 September 1910

I I I I 1 I 1i I psi ii i 5 q ii 1OT Ld Ion Ye er for 0o1 o1 ific Usof of I y Iie uii tie Ito al as it itI Ici o1 er Jer In en ufl 111 Oio I 101 101n e1on on onth th I fur9 or I II I 90SZ1 aI S55ZIU C rr L THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAHSUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1910 r L 1 r Mnung Stocks aid MikeLs I POOR WHKON i lOCAL GliANGf I Rumors Afloat Detrimental to the Physical Status of the Mines SALT LA KB Sept 17 Outside of Cedar Talisman there was but Utile of interest on the local stock exchange this morning and the olume of busi ness was light or the first time there I was some shorlfnK of the tock The trading opened with Cedar selling nt Jis cents and It Went to HWf cents nt the cloBO Many rumors have been I afloat for several iltijs detrimental to the physical statuS of the mine As far as can bo learned there Is no foundation for the Information It Is understood that eastern people have become Interested and arc taking over I some of the treasury stock and that this has been the cause of ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 September 1910

r 4 i = q I I j I I I 1 f It It = = iI i I fIlA j I i I I I i I I I T 7 > 1 S J f r I i f r 1 6 u > THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY SEPTE mER151910 L OGDEN HAS THE BEST WRiNG1 Large Buildings Better Wired Thai Those of Salt Lake Says an Official of Pacific Fire Underwriters Oily t Electrician Doing Good Work 1 H O McGregor Inspecting engineer of the board ot Pacific Flro Under writers who has just completed a visit in this city Ja authority for thi statement that Jfifc electrical wiring In the larger buildings oL qgden In 50 per cent bolter than that of Salt Lake Cly Ogden IB the only city in the ntate of Utah which has a city electrician and whoso administration has enact ed ordinances compelling property owners to take precautions In the wir ing of their buildings While the ofllce of city electrician I Is a common ono nearly overystAto In the Union Ogden was the flra city I In Utah to sec the necessity of such an ounce W L nuS elI who was I J appointed to the position...

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