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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 21 September 1910

P I6m 0 I I r Th 4 t 11 lIl Il > FALL COAT SHIRTS Their convenience is equalled only by the smartness and cxclus iveness of their fabrics and fabric designs that is an apt descrip tion of OUR FALL SHIRTS Negligee and pleated bosom theyll please the veritable Beau BrummeL 100 to 300 Neckwear hosiery hats etc needed to complete the outfit of the same quality at WatsonTanner Clothing Co S 376 24th BRING YOUR LIST HERE Fp2 c Li I H and yoli will set well served with the very best rmalltv of groceries We keep a fresh stock constantly on hand and guarantee the purity of cicry article wo handle We vxnl you to try our groceries t because vre know you cannot match them anywhere in town at such posi tively low prices To prove this just favor us with a trial oulcr Watch our dally ninrket ctter Fruits and vegetables fresh ovcry day Place your orders early and thereby get the pick of our mornings stocK 1 Prompt deliveries courteous treat ment Peaches bushel 1 00 Peachc basket 20c Plums basket...

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. — 21 September 1910

g THE 3VBNINQ STANDARD OGDEN UTAH i IiErnb SEPTEMBER 21 1910 f i I flQ r r a 3 csi F ji jc I 1 1 11 1r jD ttAKI itS POWDER AbsoButeHy Pu re the only baking eta wdleP made fnJm Royal 6fPape 1J1eam of TatrJru Hp filum f Ho Lime Phosphate A MISTAKEN IDEI NTITY v Provo Sept 21 Sheriff Judd re i ceived a telegram tolL from Fred Iangeu of Cleveland O which trends as follows Hold and t rocaH sup posed body of William London i Heard I of him this morning at Minneapolis I Linen lost union card Corpse of man must be thut of manvwho found the card Thcbody li boLng held here by Undertaker Burt laud if found not to be William Janaoll will be buried here The boJy wusflrought In from Soldiers summit last1 Friday whero it had boon found by the sldo of the railroad track lfiOOD ffOADS IO EPRAW I CROWD SnIt Lake Sept 21r1tt a meeting I of the director orLhc Automobile club of Utah held yesterday Presi dent C A Qulglcy appointed a dele gation of live to represent the club at the good roads convention ...

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. — 22 September 1910

tW v c < f LET YOUR WANTS BE I Z + WEATHER FORECAST r KNOWN IN THE Q1 tiF1t tnt THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER WILL BE GENERALLY FAIR TONIGHT EVENING STANDARD I AND TOMORROW Ii Ii i FORTIETH RNO 228 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY UTAH THURSDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 22 1910 Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice Ogden Utah IlllRED 111M ir TOCRME Negro Told His Guard I of Treasure Buried I f in Philippines r San Francisca Sept 22That a I tale of buried treasure In tho Philip pines induced Private F W Brooks or the United Slate hospital corps I 10 liberate William Splllnuin the negro trooper under life sentence for I the killing of a fellow soldier and that both men are in hiding some 1 where about the city waiting a chance to ainko their way to tho is I lands and dig up the gold Is the theory now advanced to explain the I disappearance yesterday of tho pris I onerpatient and his guard from tho general hospital at the Presidio It Is stated by soldiers who knew Spillman befo...

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. — 22 September 1910

J 2 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1910 COMMITTEE INNo L If r OF MANY IO E ROOMS L t rl 1 Odcnlsr tilling up with tho t visitors that are coming bolo for Uio 1 four big attractions starting this > twcektllo Four State Fair the Inter national Sheep Show the WE race meet and tho Good Roads Conven tY tion Already the hotels aro cither crowd r ed to overflowing or aro so nearly full that they expect to bans out tho ful house algn tonight The Rood already Is overcrowded ± and the desk olorks aro pairing off tho guests In single rooms so as to handle tho visitors At the Healy thoro woro but night or nine vacant rooms last night and the man at tho desk expected to fill 1 them on the arrival of tho trains i At the European the same condi t a tions prevail while tho Broom and > t tho Arlington are practically filled ft > 1 The latter hotel holds a couple of rooms for tho accommodation oC tran 1 sients but will probably have to rent them to tho people brought h...

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. — 22 September 1910

iII I Ip < J = J THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1910 j II J l JUST ARRIV Direct fuom Holland the finest shipment of bulbs Hyacinths j Tulips Narcissus etc ever re ceived in this city r4 I fN DER SCllUII FLORAL 1 COMPANY 740 28th Both Phones Boll t 906Z Ind 3708D iJ i THE UTAH NATIONAL BANK OF CGDEN UTAH OFFERS DEPOSITORS EVERV FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL ANCES BUSINESS AND RE SPONSIBILITY WARRANT I J E Dooy PresIdent Hcraco E Peary VlcoProa iarold J Poery VloePrco Ralph E Hoag Cachlor A V Mclntosh ArsU Caaller U S DEPOSITARY REST NATIONAL BANK OF OGDEN UTAH Capital and Undivided Profit 275OCK > CO I > avla Eccles Prco G H Trlbo ViccPreo 4 John Vateon VlwPrea M S Browning VlcePrea John Plngree Coahlor JaB F Burton Asst Cashier Eor 1 i lllmlJel I i See Tbs VolkerScowcroft I Lumber Co 4i ii Before Buying Any VIileJre Either Phone 612 Or Call 237 24th St Ogden I I I i MADAME KELLER Hair Scalp and Skin Special ist 2468 Wash Ave Ogden Utah Bell Phone 1353K Cor...

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. — 22 September 1910

q r j 11 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1910 r i w4r lEmming a taubar ii Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm ff Glas V ft ann I BETTER CROPS THAN EXPECTED f The orop conditions arc better than estimated a month ago and according to authorities the country is to have a normal crop yield t The value of the corn crop of 1909 was the most striking fact ti in the worlds agriculture and totaled about 1700000000 The yield in bushels was 2770000000 The yield this year promises for the first tirno to cross the 3000000000 bushel mark Wheat is up to the tenyear average notwithstanding the severe northwest drouth late in tho season Oats indicate the largest crop everharvcstcd over 1000000000 bushels bUJhlHay Hay is extremely spotted poor in those districts where rain was lacking and good in the other districts where there was plenty oil moisture but hay is a crop in which the reserves of former cropS are kept on the farm and piled up year after Ji ar so that there is lit...

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. — 22 September 1910

V 4 I 0 II F T t THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY FPiPMR1 1n1n I 1 1 1I 4t 44H 4H II ii 1 i I j ral rali t i i i I I i UNION LABEL > STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFfICE Either phore one ring 56 RANDOM REfERENCES Call Alien pnonea 22 for carriages for funorals and operas Private calls c epecIaHy Also prompt delivery of ta gaco 412 25th Return From Yellowctone The Misses Tone Edell and Minnie Arm Btrong returned last ovening from a tour of the Yellowstono park They were among the last visitors 10 that resort Get your Union PacIDc and Oregon Short Lino tickets at the office In tho Opera HOUBO Block Dont force your self to Btund in line at tho DepoL Delicious pastry goods at Wards Always fresh Two stores Both phones 279 Guest of Mrs Corlew Miss OUt Day of Golconda Hot Springs Nov is being entertained at the residence of Mrs Ralph S Corlew 022 Twenty third street For StleOla mats Good to put under carpets Inquire Standar...

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. — 22 September 1910

+ H t f THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1910 4 u t F = = = 7 = = 1 r 1 fr att Fall Suits r Ii I < 4 Are Ready J s SUITS that are the production of the highest salaried Designers and that were tailored by the most expert Workmen from elegant Foreign and Domestic j A Woolens There are no radical style I i changes this season but there are many improvements in Tailoring details that L ii make for handsome garments If A I r1i q Suits at I 15 SIS and 35 iV4t i4 gt tF I If you hOjVc already been casting about for a j Fall Suit Sir we 11 take pleasure in shoving you I I r what you have been missing by not coining here I Jk4 first OPEN SATURDAY EVENING UNTIL 9 OCLOCK FRED M NYE CO 2413 WASHINGTON AVENUE I I I Q LI 1IDiC1iz 1D 6ID i m OGDEN STATE BANK I I OGDEN UTAH Intereatlpaid on Savings Accounts and Time Certificates of Deposit CAPITAL 10000000 SURPLUS 40 11600000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS I H Bigelow President A P Bigelow Cashier J M Browning VicoProst J EL Halvers...

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. — 22 September 1910

a = = f L r lie THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1910 t 1 1 1 m 11 I FALL COAT SHIRTS Their convenience is equalled 1 only by the smartness and exclus ivencss of their fabrics and fabric designsthat is an apt descrip tion of OUR FALL SHIRTS In Negligee and pleated bosom theyll please the veritable d Beau Brummel 100 to 300 Neckwear hosiery hats etc needed to complete the outfit of the same quality at j WatsonTanner Clothing Go 37624th rr POULTRY THAT PAYS Must be properly fed Wo make a specialty of poultry food Let us fur nish you and you will have plumper fowls and plenty of eggs There is money In poultry Our feed brings It out GRAS F GROUT Dealer In Hay and Grain 352 2Kh St CRIPPLED SHOE SPECIALIST No matter what they look like you will get them back new in 15 minutes OGDEN SHOE REPAIR FACTORY 333 24th Street RATE HEARING IS CONTINUED IN CHICAGO Chicago Sopt 22 Todays session of tho rate hearing was expected to b e devoted largely to crossexamina lions by atto...

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. — 22 September 1910

dO < t vlr > IIIIIIIIIII I r S THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1810 i CAN YOU SAVE TWENTY CENTS I J A DAY 7J r I J > Tlio OgdenMusic Company will tomorrow begin the first sale in its j history and intends to make it the greatest piano sale ever t held n the City of Ogden 20 cents a day pays for a piano t OGDEN MUSIC COMPANY IS OGDENS REAL MUSIC HOUSE 1 A HOME COMPANY I > T K Buy At Home and Build Up Our Oity In announcing this great sale of highgrade pianos we wish to toko the public the purchasing public into our confidence The in terest in our business heretofore held by outside parties has now passed into the hands of Ogden people exclusively and we intend to discontinue some of the lines which we have carried up to this time We regret that we find it necessary to release these agencies as the pianos are well known in this territory and have been sold here for prcsrs In justice to ourselves and certain factories we must drop a number of these lin...

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. — 23 September 1910

si I n c t ffr < j < r LET YOUR WANTS BE i S I 1 4 4 KNOWN IN THE fuvt I WEATHER FORECAST i I t EVENING STANDARD iJ n t t THE WILL INDICATIONS BE GENERALLY ARE THAT PAIR THE WEATHER TONIGHT I y AND TOMORROW f FORTIETH YEAR NO 229PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY UTAH FRIDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 23 J9IO I Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice Ogden Utah I I FourmState Fair Good Roads Convention 1 J I I and Sheep Show Open in This CitvJ r fliES OVER I MIGHTY ALPS Peruvian AviaforCrosses the Mountains but is Seriously Injured CCCGOCGGCOGGOOGO 0 C C INJURED IN LANDING 0 O Mllnn Sept HGeo Chavez 0 C the Peruvian alator flew from 0 O Brig Switzerland over the 0 C Simplon Pass and arrived at O O Domedossala on tin Italian O j side of the Alps at 219 oclock 0 G this afternoon In alighting 0 O Chavez fell beneath his ma 0 O chine He was injured and bin O O monoplane was destroyed 0 t 0 A tlegiam from Demodossola 0 C sny s that Chavex suffered a O t 0 broken leg and thigh The O I 1 th...

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. — 23 September 1910

4 H I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1910 + J I SCROFULA HEREDITARY ROOD POISON Scrofula is a disease manifested I usually by a swelling and ulceratioir of the glands especially about the neck It is almost entirely hereditary in its origin being the dregs or re ounhig of Borne specific blood poison Where the blood is greatly weakened with scrofulous poison the disease attncks other portions of the system besides glaudsaad then we see its effects in weak eyes poorly developed f bodies running sores and ulcers skin diseases especially on the scalp ca tarrhal troubles etc Scrofula usually I J makes its appearance in childhood though manhood or womanhood may j Y be reached before the poison pro gresses to the singe of outward mani I festation SSSisthcone real care for Scrofula It is a blood purifier without an equal and it cures this I r destructive blood poison by removing trace of the infection from the t every J circulation S SS in addition to p > cleansing an...

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. — 23 September 1910

f 3 I fJ ir 6 I J i I 1 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1910 o trn n IUt I I 4 f t j JUST ARRIVt I I Direct from Holland the finest shipment of bulbs Hyacinths ciTulips Narcissus etc ever re ceived in this city t V4NDERSCIIUIT FLORAL COMPANY r h1 740 28th Both Phones Bell tfj 906Z Ind 3708D 14 L L1IIt < TIlE UTAH NATIONAL BANK OF OGBEN UTAH OFFERS DEPOSITORS EVER FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL ANCES BUSINESS AND RE SPONSIBILITY WARRANT J E DooJy PresitfenL Horace E Pesry VlcePrea srold J Peer VleePreo I Ralph E Hong Cnchlor A V MclntoQh AWt Cashier U S DEPOSITARY FIRST NATIONAL BANK t OF OGDEN UTAH t Caoltal and Undivided Profit 276OQOCO f r DavId Ecclee Pre Ir 1 1 H Tribe VicePreo John Watcon VlceProo M S Browning VlceProx John FiLigree Cashier I Jan F Durton Asat Cashier Ii MADAME KELLER Hair Scalp and Skin Special ist 2468 Wash Ave Ogden Utah Bell Phone 1353K Correspondence and personal In structions In every branch of the BEAUTIFYING ARTS I Manufacturer of relia...

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. — 23 September 1910

4 1 FIi1T r d j 4 THE EVENING STANDARD = OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1910 w4t Eimmt tau ar Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmanu j AN ACRE OF LAND I f < < J t f From one acre of land in Wilson Lane a farmer 11s marlceted at the local pickle works over 600 of cucumbers from oiie acre of I land on the Sand Ridge 200 of tomatoes have been sold at one of the canneries from one acre of land at North O deii r 1125 oi t I cherries were taken in early summer j from one acre of land on I Twelfth street 750 of peaches were shipped casl > from an acre of J Jonathan apples a net profit of 500 has been obtained With land of that productivity and high equality of products I this part of the intermountain country should be looked upon as a paradise for the farmer And it is FOURSTATE FAIR The FourState Fair opened this morning with a fine display of s blooded horses andprize sheep in addition u horticultural exhibit of great merit I The International Sheep Show has over 2000 hea...

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. — 23 September 1910

c C < vYM > > 4 Ff T r I THE EVENING STANDARxr OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 93 loin I I I r I I ID i i1 qU1 J sm 1 UNION LABEL STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM I Boll Phone No 322 Independent two rlngoGG BUSINESS OFFICE Either phoro one ring 56 t f RANDOM I REfERENCES Call Allen puones 12 for carriages for funerals and operas Private calls c npoclnlty Also prompt delivery oJ taggage 412 25th Got your Union Pacific and Oregon Short Line tickets at the offico In tho Opera Hondo Block Dont forco your Bclf to stand In line at the Depot Delicious pastry goods at Wards Always fresh Two stores Both phones 270 For SaeOla mata Good to put under carpets Inquire Standard office WANTED wblto rags at tha Standard Advcrtlscra must havo their copy for the Evening Standard Iho evening bo fore tho day on which the advertise ment Is to appear In order to Insure publication Continued on Paw Seven DEATHS AND FUNERALS O GRAVES 0 Craves formerly of Ogdon and a member of the Grand Army of the Re...

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. — 23 September 1910

= G t Y r THE EVENING 0 STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1910 L I T HI TSII iiiii c > 71 t J I T 2 c I c c E think Hint A WEt is about t 01 < word to describe our t 4 f 1 j New Jnll I Soft Hats Soft Hats arc very pop I i ulnr these ilnys and we i I f show the best shapes made ro I t r Several blocks for the Conservative Man and some wry u for lie Swell Young follow I smart and snappy shapes formic 1 low who is always after the thing H There is quite a variety off Shades and Trimmings 250 3 S4 to G I If we have not been dressing your head Sin AVIre quite sure that youve been missing the best lintsin town FRED M NYE CO t 2413 VJashinr1i Area JI 1 I = E = = J I i c SMALL ORDERS CARRiED HOME1 lust as veil as big ones Vc have a prompt delivery service and help our customers nil we can besides giving them the widest assort ment of the choicest groceries at the lowest market prices We are great slcklersfor the Pure Food laws and we have a standard of our own which prevents us ...

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. — 23 September 1910

q i 4 X7 M I f t JI AAJL X SlAI < DAi OuDUiC UiAH IvjlAi IbE wER 23 1910 1 7 cfl i FALL COAT SHIRTS Their convenience is equalled only by the smartness and exclus iveness of their fabrics and fabric designs that is an apt descrip tion of OUR FALL SHIRTS In Negligee and pleated bosom theyll please the veritablo Beau Brummel 100 to 300 Neckwear hosiery hats etc needed to complete the outfit of the same quality at WatsonTanner Clothing Co I H 376 24th p dutrY f t I t IDUL ¼ 4 flI POULTRY THAT PAYS I Must be properly fed We make a specialty of poultry food Let uo fur 1f nish you and you will have plumper fowls and plenty of eggs Thero Is r money In poultryOur feed brings It out OHAS F GROUT r4 Dealer In Hay nnd Grain i 352 24th SL 1I ow TO KEEP YOUR CLOTHES LIKE NEW ir DIES or gentlemens gar ments can be kept lu beau II tiful condition until worn I outby taking frequent ad vantage of our dry cleaning and pressing service < Our dry cleaning process removes the coil and stains from ...

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. — 23 September 1910

rjv r L I It1 A3 1 8 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TODAY SEPTEMBER 23 1010 < J ROY4 Iw L t H bAIlING POWDER t Absolutely Pure The oi > 7y baking powder made from RyaB Grape Cream of Tartar 1 Jo Alum Ho Lime Phosphate i p TELEGRAPHS fROM OiGDfN > Chinese Prince Felt Ner J vous Traveled Under t a False iame Princo Tsai Ilsun found Prince SI ium tho distinguished Chinese vis itor the naval head of that Oriental country and uncle oC the emperor has F at last come into his own name And i Slium Is tho princes real name for Yung Kwal saysso Yung Kwai Is secretary of the Imperial potentate party that Is nowcrossingthe AmerI can continent L Yung Kwai telegrapTiod to the state department from Ogdon Utah that the princes name should lie spoiled Sllum and indicated there were num erous reasons why corrections were necessary on the published nomen clature of the imperial partys per sonnel Besides the prince according to Yung Kwals dispatch his royal high ness party consists of Vice Ad...

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. — 24 September 1910

r c > I LET YOUR WANTS BE I WEATHER FORECAST r1 L r KNOWN IN THE 4 THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER t WILL BE GENERALLY FAIR TONIGHT EVENING STANDARD AND TOMORROW FORTIETH YEAR NO 230PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 24 J910J6 PAGES Entered as Second Class Matter thePostoffice Ogden Utah < j Crowds At ihe Fair Grounds iP i i H f 1 E n J O h e M a fly Altrat lions 1 F m AUfOM08 ACCIDENT H i f four Persons Drowned and Three Are Missing Near New Orleans New Orleans La Sept 24Four persons are known to have been i drowned and three arc reported miss ing as the result oC an automobile ac cident early today on tho shall road between West End a lake resort and New Orleans Traveling at a high speed a tmirlng car swerved to ono side of the road crashed through a once and plunged Into a canal Up to noon the hodles of the following had boon recovered W R Freeman New York Thomas Boottler 13 years old New I Orleans l Two unidentified young women l Searchers arc...

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. — 24 September 1910

i = X j c I I J I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1910 IDlORSES ON EXUIBIIION r AT FOUR = ST Ii IE FAI It v t r > > f I i VILLAGE QUEEN Two Years Old Champion Canadian lYTarc Owned by Rocky Mountain Company i 1 MARCUS FAVOKITE I I Never Has Been Shown Purchased by Rocky Mountain Company J Is Expected to Defeat His Father Sir Marcus I i t t CLARENCE MAC I j 1 1 i Threeyearold Champion Exhibition Stallion of the Candian Industrial fi I I FATHER OF TWINS LOOKING r FOR TEDDY r rx GhenBbur x 1 Pa Se11l 24Announc Ins that I for the thlydtimo I irlUmo twins had I i Shorn at his home Domonlco Domi chelU l rcsldlng I 1 town os Dg near pore came to ostcrday i cll and went to aU lho 1 city and COllnt county V j the officials lu search or man who I who SIVOB I1I17es lo fathers t 1 1 10 was promote glon the Lbo birthrate Finally address doro of Tbeo 1 I Roosevelt abd left for llama sa InS he say would tell that I DCraon of his I antlraco s lcido belWrs I j I i KKAD TH...

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