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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 17 September 1910

I C l + I j 1 11 i i iQ J I Ii Idfs rrs I IG I 2 IJ tv I RIES 1 i 1 rSu ui tit = 11 rzI roe 1 st tt I PtGi r 1 t I rld I v 7 r 5 Wri > 7 griJj W LET YOUR WANTS BE rc WEATHER FORECAST i i KNOWN IN THE r THE INDICATIONS THAT THE I EVENING STANDARD r t t t r k t 4 WEATHER WILL BE GENERAL i I t fi Z LY FAIR TONIGHT AND TOMOR i I tr i L ROW J l L 1 y j j I I I fortieth Year No 221 Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 17 J9JOJ6 PAGES I I 1 Entered as Second Class Matter at the Potoffice Ogden utah I lROOSEVElT JUSTIMS iMSElf Ill > 2 IN CTCISM Of TE COURTS Quotes From Abraham lineoln and William l Taft in Support of His Affitude = = = Former President Talks on the New National = 11 ism = = = Issues a Challenge I II I f 3 Syracuse N Y Sept 17Theo faoro Roosevelt returned to the de fense of his new nationalism today as was specifically Indicated In tho title of his address at the state fair here The New Nationalism and tho Old Morality l The new nationalism be ro...

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. — 17 September 1910

T lI1I 17 = J q r 1 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1910 i t Unco1oed I h J M J Brandenstein Co San Francbco SPORTS BASEBALL RESULTS UNION PRINTERS GAME WASHINGTON SopL 1C Chicago defeated SL Louis 7 to 3 today In the tournament of tho Union Printers Nation Baseball leaguo j NATIONAL LEAGUE I Plttsbur 1 New York 3 NEW YORK Sopt IGNow York I took the last game of the series from Pittaburg today The visitors were I shut out until the ninth Inning scor ing then on Leachos triple and Wag I ncrs dingle Score R H E Plttsburer 1 5 2 L Now York 3 5 4 I Battorloa Lelfield Ferry and Glb 1 son Mathewson and Myers Cincinnati 7 Brooklyn 3 BROOKLYN Sept 1G Covalesky who made a great record iu the South I ern teacup continued his good work for Cincinnati today by striking out I 12 batters Scoro R H E Cincinnati 7 f > 1 Brooklyn 3 C 4 Battorlee Covalosky and Clarke i P4 Bell and Bogon j Boston 7SZ Louis 5 i BOSTON Sept 10 Boston defeat ed St Louis today by timely hitting I ...

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. — 17 September 1910

liilpc r If rr I I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1910 3 j t RE AL ESTATE 1 II t FOR JEALJR RGAHNS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS SIX ROOM house live blockd from I Clti Hall modern conveukueit must be sold this weeK A 3000 I property for only 2GOO with n pay i tent of GOO cash Balanco 35 per J month I IVES REAL ESTATE COMPANY 380 Twentyfifth SL 915lwk I NICE throoroom house barn and I I shado trees lot 55xl2Ii price 1000 I 51C Cook stt Five Points S27lmo i NEAT cottage of four rooms fine l11i lawn shrubbery 130000 2C31 Mon roe 992vks ii FOUR ACRES or 40 lots facing Wash ington and Hudson are between to Hrtl and 4th aves by owner Vm I Xordloh 2252 Wash ave 913lwk j j UNION DEPOT 1 I TIME CARD EFFECTIVE AUG 28TH 1910 L Mountain TlmeJ DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DUPART I C Express for tho Gaat 700 am 10 To Bait LaXo 0fO nm 12 Salt Ljilce Hueponeor IS15 pm Z Atlantic Limited eat JloS pin < Atlantic Mall oat 60 pm J k Oranil Junction Kxprcss CiJ IOL ARRIVE I IOlden Passenger 1...

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. — 17 September 1910

I1 1h 1 r 1 2 l s f i i f r 1 r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1910 r I9 I Wqr iEttmtng r tnu nr Published Daily Except Sundays by Win Glasmann I l AN OUTSIDE VIEW OF SUTHERLAND Just as Wetmore is a Man Friday for Aldrich so is Sutherland for Smoot says Colliers in its issue of September 15 Sutherland 1 is docile Of course Sutherland is docile He never was anything else and I by virtue of that spineless characteristic he has crawled obeisantly J i I to bin present position as a United States senator Had he been a man standing erect and having views of his own and giving expres 1 sion to them he never would have been more than nature intended Ii i him to bea shriveledup iceberg floating along unnoticed in the ocean of humanity I i I ROOMS FOR VISITORS The hotels of the city are filling up with strangers and there is a I I demand for rooms This condition will continue until by fair week hundreds of rooms will be needed to house the visitors > I In anticipatio...

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. — 17 September 1910

r F < > r t THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1910 1 s rpeCtAOHr 4 1 UNION LABEL tnDEN t t I t i f I I l STANDARD TELEPHONES I Y EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings5G I BUSINESS OFFICE Either phcro one ring 56 1 r RANDOM REffREICES I I Call Allen pnones 22 for carriages I for funcralo and oporni Private calk I t cpectalty Also prompt delivery of I t baggage 412 25th Marriage Licence A permit to mar ry was Issued yesterday to Albert Louts Ruemenath of Salt Lake and Kelllo Schmalz of Ogden Got your Union Pacific and Oregon Short Lino tickets at the office In tho Ii Opera Houso Block Dont force your eel to stand In line at tho Depot Delicious pastry goods at Wards Always froth Two stores Both phones 279 Earl Stone RecoveringEarl Stone k the son of the mall carrier a Dell ft Telephone lineman who has Loon In a critical condition from heart trou hie Is now reported to he In a favor fi able condition i For Sale Old mats Good to put under carpet...

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. — 17 September 1910

If = I r I T I 8 G r > p THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1910 1 Ogden Ther t j 1 1 I THE COLONIAL PLAYERS I ONE SOLID WEEK Commencing Sunday Night Sept ISth I I Matinct Saturday 230 p m I J SUNDAY NIGHT SEPT 18TH Mr Wm L Roberts famous story of I I Yo Old Colonial Days i AT VALLEY FORGE I r I I MONDAY NIGHT SEPT 19TH I I Iladdcn Chambers celebrated English c I society play f THE IDLER r I TUESDAY NIGHT SEPT 20th I An Idyll of the Old South I LIY PARTNER I WEDNESDAY NIGHT SEPT 21 1 Augusta Evans great story 1 l J LYNWOOD t 1 THURSDAY NIGHT SEPT 22 I I I A story of Old Kentucky I t ST ELMO I I 23RD II FRIDAY NIGHT SEPT i Wllfcle Collins g reat English story fll tiTHE NEW MAGDALEN SATURDAY MATINEE SEPT I I I J Od I Tho Screaming comedy H A RUNAWAY TOH Iii SATURDAY NIGHT SEPT 24 q A play of the early days of Colorado THE FLOWER OF THE I I RANCH f i I Price f Evening performance Ific i 25c 35c and 50o SaL Mat GOc and 25c ti I > I I t OgltRen Tteeaftcn I f II 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. — 17 September 1910

t v 1 + THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1910 i J BRRNG YOUR LiST JHIEJRJE 1 J 1 p L O 1 tl j I1a and you will get well served with the very boat quality of groceries Wo keep a fresh stock constantly on hand and guarantee the purity of ovary article we handle Wo want you to try our groceries 1ccause we know you cannot match them anywhere in town at such posi tively low prices To prove this just favor us with a trial ordor Watch our dally market letter Fruits and vogeL bloe fresh every day Place your orders early and thereby got the pick of our mornings stock Prompt deliveries courteous treat ment Peaches huehol 100 reaches basket 20c Plums basket 20c Bananas dozen 30c Oranges dozen 20c to 50c Potatood If Iba 25c Fresh Tomatoes 4 lbs 10c Fresh Utah Cauliflower Ib lie Now Utah Honey per comb ISc Egg Plant 05c I Watermelons lOc to 35c Cantaloupes 5c to ICc Tomatoes bushel 05c Concord Grapoa basket 40c Pie Pumpkins lOc to Ifc Hubbard Squash lOc to loc Celery bunch C...

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. — 17 September 1910

r a 1 r i 4i > r L < e j r 1 S r 1 rat EVOKING STAWTJAKO OGDEIT UTAH SATTJKDAY SEPTEMBER rr 191U L i Colonial 1 Players r irq rye t 4 r 41 r I I i X r a 7 itt p1 r S h qL r r r dfAr t I rJ1r ti I 1 1 tl M L 7 Ott i Y 1Y w jI 1 t x I i f Q T 4 v lip c I r I rf YI j I I L J j A SCENE IN VALLEY FORGE AT 1 OGDEN THEATER 9 Tomorrow Night j PRICES 0o and 35 Lower Floor 35c > and 25 Balcony 15 < p Gallery I ti J H l = = I I i t T hh Jg Ii I t i ijI w l1tium a 1 i I Tickets on sale September 23rd 4 Limited to October 31st 1910 t i Last Eastern Excursion Low fares to many other eastern points aria the Union Pacific and i i I CidtO9 I i MitHw21111lkee Sil Pill Railway Overland Limited Highest Class Trnin of the West I I Io Leaves Ogden 230 p m Arrives Chicago 100 p m second day f Ii Connects with ISliour trains and non excess fare trains for New York and other Atlantic Coast cities L Another fast train providing both standard and tourist sleeping car accommodations I Leaves Ogden ...

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. — 17 September 1910

F r r r f Part Two f i FORTIETH YEARNO 224 r r I i c I f ERE there but two in the gardenor really was it four For down a long I WERE just turning the corner of the starry althea bush was it the flutter of a white gown and a pale green ribbon And did one sec or dream one saw another a darker shape bending and lifting a beech bough and passing on Vas it a trick of the eyes or was it a vision of the past made all of shade and shadow It seems to me Eugenia said the old man seat ing himself near the old woman leaning an arm on the sun dial between them without consciously re d ing again the legend there that I have been in another planet that I have been living the life of some one else that in returning from all those years in the Orient 1 take up 1113 real life only by your side cI I am glad you feel so if only for the moment she replied flI myself have thought it might some times be pleasant to forget all the long waste of years Youth is so disturbedage is so peaceful Is age so peacef...

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. — 17 September 1910

Vii koe UU 1 j I s 1J WO AN M A E 1 t1 Ii Ij > j I cPrLdEILs D 444 j < ai or + c = J I I I ri FoR THE JAPANESE DINNERThe Alluring6veningrap AND i i AND DINNER GRECIAN l > By HELEN FALCO J 11 1 j I I Beauty YN of Line j I Is First Essential Fascin ating Things for Smart i Wear That Can Be Made At Home j I OW If ever may the horn dress maker achieve most fascinating l and easily constructed little i evening wraps Never before has there been such vogue of odd wraps that depend not upon their 4 elaborateness or workmanship for style and good taste but upon the In dividual note or even eccentricity One may now carry out the wildest fancy and feel quite confident that she will not appear conspicuous Today there are any number of cunning lit I tlo wraps fo bo concocted Ono very useful nnd appropriate I I wrap for nearly every type of gown j and almost every time of day Is made of black net and bias bands of black silk which may bo made over from I j an old petticoat or other piece...

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. — 17 September 1910

JJ Y t 1 I 1 I t Tu1EO6DEN 51f A N IDA IR II J I tt t N II A L LY P R U Eend bZBAGL1QN w I I v o ll mm er t l liore QUVfCO tlUc 5Ctro + c rarmf IDncu = I t tentreco 1 C nctftl 1tIIBe Cpr CUll aJ r caD Ioc 10 aU 4 < O ctt Ifuk Dear p AYII r CUIoS n CUIMcA l Y 04 + IIW 11101 CrCr s uwv my SstiJc ac aglow r e r a DCilKrt t e mtrl + x rruwer u 1 d J mwr CAV zshaa QI11UA t BY ELISE WILLIAMSON Clrrh1Jt11lQ 110 York Herald Co All rlrhn rcrL 1 Ti OW New tell us who Is Rolllno I do 66 mnnded And how did you know about him asked Mary Maxwell j And how far Is the place from here cried L I hope It Is miles away I simply adore to ride In a taxicab Ouo poor mant groaned Ned against so many j Oh tell us Ned I urn nil cars Well once upon a time began Ned solemnly I was In Paris This promises to bo Interesting laughed Mary Maxwell And I went to the Hotel Grande lo dine I had a most particular reason In wishing to dine at the Hotel Grande One always docs hncln Paris murmured Mary Maxwell At the Ho...

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. — 17 September 1910

r < 7 WM 1 e THE OG IEN 51f AN AIRI D < r I flUE BOX SCOUTS f B BLACK WOLF and B P fV j I OMANCE Utility Out door Life Discipline and the Teachings of Manhood Are Included in the Fascinating Semi t Military Organizations to Which the Boys of America and Britain Are Flocking by Thousands t Cop7ililTtiniObT tho New York herald Co All rtsbt retertfdl UK Yek Yck C C As this cry echoed along the slopes of V Mornln fide Park a boy whose head was surmounted by a broad brimmed hat of peculiar design halted suddenly upon the stone steps and screening his eyes from tho sun peered in every direction Grrao Grrao he replied From behind u clump of bushes stepped a lad of fourteen or thereabout in a khokl uniform aud salut td with military precision What troop Flying Eagle asked he of the stops First Now York was the answer of the Bush Boy Whats yours Tiger I Thirtythird London was the response Shake hands said Flying Eagle Glad to see you You must know B P Know him was the answer Why I came...

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. — 17 September 1910

rr rr c Dr w T T v KTr S f tv a 7k i 7r r f s r r ± e 1 r 0 C 1 I fi 1f H JE CG IE N STA N II A IR II I 6 I > I HE CHARM nd CAKE ij c CA g CATS nd KITTL1NS i l ffOME Hints Concerning the ubrf s ee s and Guardianship of the t f A t f r Cleanest of All Domestic Pets 1 MISSES I I L r sometimes think the Pussy Willows gray Arc Angel Kittens who have lost their WR y And cvcrj Bulrush on tho river bank A Cattail from come lovely Cat Astray Sometimes I think perohanco that Allah may When ho created Cats have thrown away Tho Tails he marred In making and they grow Tn Cattails and to 1u5 y Willows gray tOIAPS 5this Unbniyat of r Persian kitten is solved the old old P problem of whether there must 1101 be somewhere a heaven for the souls of nil the dear > < ood pussy cats that have lived for n while but now mo no more What lovelier thought than that I lit d t V 1 v < b vs r3 J ti s r I j = I < I c s I S V1i rft i 1 I j I D I 1 4 e lJ = k 4 i JA h r I I I 74 1 < r I tI She Ca...

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. — 17 September 1910

t y f < > 7 17 1 r 7 r I J I I I h L i r j 11 For More Productive Farm Methods LHi I cur7 ri c z KsbSErS ti S tl aSB a ri I rIP vt l jrisbi IJIV by Th Kalleotl Pr n Cbl e I t Answers by the Veterinarian Dr A Sj Atoxandor J Wtucnita Celleet if Aorlculfun i Scours in Calvos FrAT I causes the form of scours which ° a W kills calves of but a few days old It 1 s infectious for one calf gives ltto others r and the trouble stays In an affected barn for years It cannot be due to tho feed for the j calves suck their dams ut birth and tako the scours almost at once No euro has been found here Tho calf bloats and Its eyes sink Into Us head Immediately after birth How can thin dlsefise be prcvontod H T Kansas 1 IVply The description gives a good Idea of the complaint known 3Kcalr cholera and c 1 JL Is Infectious as suggested being due to t the microbe known as bacillus colt com t f mums Collbacillosis Is the technical name of the disease mid suggests the cause The the Intes a colt germ Is...

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. — 17 September 1910

7 Ck 1 l t r + 1 1 r 7Ti I r J Ii rA 7 Jj r a r l l ky 1 < I I r c f 4 I I I J it1irH H H v h trl r + Tr r H + 1 I Marxiall Club Socialists 1 t T + + x EDITORIAL COMMITTEE Questions concerning Socialism J f + Kate S Hilliard answered Address all communica + Eugene A Battell tions to Howard Hall 27S3 Pacific 1 Howard Hall nvunuo J f + HHH + HHHIH + + H + H + thHl H + + i I E f r It i i I I I i I I f i i i I I I JI o t ta f i I I tl I c d I STILL IN THE RING While wo regret the oversight which allowed this department to go o press without Kate S Milliards name at Its head wo take pleasure In correcting tho omission We do not believe there could bo nny serious misunderstanding tho people of Ogdon regardless of politi cal or religious beliefs recognize tho magnificent moral courage and In domitable energy with which Mrs Jlllliard characterizes her work In Ogden as a private citizen or abroad In tho Interests of tho Womens clubs of which sho Is a member she never withhold tho hammer b...

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. — 17 September 1910

8 1 1Ih Y y V t t e f t L I < Lf 1r 1H1IEQGllJ IE 3 AN AdR 10 ti TT j r t 1 A R IS FASHIONS rrN j l w RAP S am T E A G 0 W N S f k i r i choose from so there is no necessity for il selecting any pattern that Is not attrac tire There are also no end of fancy silks satins and moireS thnt arc of ho most II charming design and color nud marvellous Is well adopted to the modern tea gown The woman who loves dress ress delights in contriving and adapting colors and ma I terinl nrifJ she it is who evolves some of I tho smartest styles that are adopted To II copy from some old portrait a gown lint t would bo perhaps too striking and pictu resque except for n acv gown does not 0 occur to the average dressmaker but the r artist in clothe be she the seller or the < buyer has studied nn for dress sake and tJ t I III ACE Brocade and Elaborate Embroideries Go to Make f Up These Ii Fascinating Garments knows whnt charming ideas can be carried out by this copying of old paintings There are thi...

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. — 19 September 1910

F r < c > r > f t 1 I i i J oj oJ tJi f z rjt LET YOUR WANTS BE I 4 4 i WEATHER F J 1 1JJI j t KNOWN IN THE ALe 1tiibt OL THE INDICATIONS ARE THT r EHE > WEATHER 1 1JeTtuiL V7ILL BE PARTLY CLOimY WITH LOCA1 EVENING STANDARD SHO77E2S COOLER 07 TONIGHT NIQHT MQTOMORRPW 1 t 4 j iiJ La 4 t iii ii V lJi I I FORTIETH YEAR NO 226PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 19 1910 Entered Second Class Matter at the Posfofffce Ogden Utah W INESSED i THE lIRDlR 1 Wife and Daughter Saw I Head of the Family I i Slain by Negro I f Chicago ScpL ic1arenco D Hlller chief clerk of the Chicago Rock Island Pacific railroad was shot and killed early today a negro burglar whom he found ransacking lie Hlller home The murder wns witnessed by tho I victims wife and two daughters who were aroused when Hlller attacked i the Intruder at the foot of the stairs The nicn fought several minutes I finally oiling off the foot of the I stairs Tho negro lied i GRAND ARMY IN ENCAMPMENT I I At...

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. — 19 September 1910

r 2 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1010 L FAIR GROUNDS ALMOST READY I i ii H a fOR THE BIG llTERSTATE SHOWS f Scores I of Workmen Are Rushing the Improvements Along Carpenters Have Enlarged fqany I Buildings and Built additional Stalls For Race HorsesStandard Re f i porter Tells of a Visit to r the Grounds r < Y L r A Standard man wont out to tho f Fair Grounds yesterday afternoon to f satisfy his curiosity as to tho prep arations under way thoro for the Four StAto Fair tho International Sheep Show and tho opening of the 20day ruce meeting all of which opens on Friday the 23d of this month I Preparations there wore aplenty go many and such a number of big changes that It would bo well for the public to road the following artl icle so that they might know what sort oC a fair this Four State attrac tion will be Scores of men were at work even though It was the Sabbath day doz ens of horses pulled heavy loads of oarth which Is being used In filling 4 In the holl...

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