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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 24 September 1910

If 1 l P > l < > > c T i < Tf 1 Ci iJ4 I < n I > 17 ii THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATIInAV 1 > M 101ft c50CIElf SURPRISE PARTY rr imt of the t events One of the pleusnrit week wv the surprise port giver her friend Airs Sarah IJ Rushton bj r I cnuS it her hone last Puesdny evoiilu t in it O I of her fortY sixth blrthdny The evening was spout In games music flnd general mcrmaldng After part IIdIl 6 of a sumptuous sup departed wishing hoi man per all ry101 happy return of the oar Those par aPI Messrs and In same woo S ticipatinh ale ° damCS Er 1r Jones dV F James Willnrd J1lICS TV H lames Geo M Jnmes Lewis L Read Alfred Gledhill Ma Ihen ttIlde 1 dnmes Sarah H James Clara Brown Sarah KushCon Alice Row hoihani Jennet Zogans Misses Mamie Jones Mary Piitman Nettle Kushton Sarah James Ella James rjpllne James Mcsbis Jack Simpson John Jones PARCEL SHOWER Last e enlns Miss Louise Birtlett and Mrs Mary Riwson were the hostesses at the Bartlctt home at a parcel show...

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. — 24 September 1910

I + r f 2IL t + r t THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 I 1910 4 r 1 0 v w11t EUtutttg taub af r = Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmnnn J w REJECTING VOTING MACHINESVT f a kt i + + 1 t 1 Tihe blanket ballots California and other western states wit the lateet in primary laws is forcing the voting machines out of use and its a result the maohines are for gale Recently the Sacramento board of supervisors cast aside 5000 worth of voting machines s The voting machine in Utah has proved a success and no doubt 1 4ffl continue in uso regardless of any changes in the primary la t which xnsy be enacted Aamore machines are needed these California rejections shout bornoiiLinind J THE OGDEN PEACH t e 0 t C r Rev J E Carver has returned from the peach belt of Michigan j 7 90 miles northwest of Chicago In Benton Harbor aid St Joe he f saw Utah peaches selling three for ten cents in competition with the Michigan fruit and the surprising thing to him was that the 0 Utah pe...

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. — 24 September 1910

T r < r J t T = 1 THE EVENING STANDARD CGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1910 I PeGItSPH I dUNION LABEL G Eta t STANDARD TELEPHONES 1 EDITORIAL ROOM l Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings56 i BUSINESS OFFICE Either photo one ring 56 RA DOM REf RtNS Large Orchestra Congress Acad emy tonight EXCURSION to Salt Lake via Ore gon Short Line Sunday Sept 25th Round trip rate 100 Choice ot trains Including FORlYFfY MIN UTE FLYERS City Onice 2511 Washington Avenue Vlcltlng With Her Parents Mrs E T Goodell and little daughter of Bur lingame Cal and Miss Catherine Dee of San Joe Cal aro visiting with Mr and Mrs A W Meek tho parents of Mrs Goo Jell and aunt and undo of Miss 13co Cull Allen pnoncs 22 for carriages for funerals and operas Private cnlh e specialty Also prompt delivery of > aggat U 412 2Gth Get your Union Pacinc and Oregon Short Line tickets at the office In the Opera House Block Dont force your self to stand In line at tho Depot High School Alumni There will bo a meeting of...

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. — 24 September 1910

t Y 0 = = a L = A t i 6 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1910 j = 111I SOFT H S r f 3 i h n l k r th nt J 1 cc NiftYl about n flu word to describe onu I tSr s ruv 1 nil Kofi Hat S 1 Sofl Hats arc tti pop i Aulsir cdaYS and we Ii V j i 3how the liosl t shapes fl made a 1 Several blocks for IhcCWserVnliveOrnn and spmo vow i smart n and snappy shapesfrir tluaSwell Youn r Fcl low who is always after the shin r I I There is quite a variety ofShades and Trimmings i 250 34 to6 1 If we have not been dressing your head Sir mit re I j quite sure that youvebeen missing the best Hats in town 1 Open This EveningUntil 9 oClock r FRED M NYE co Jt J M r J Jl S i 3 Ja f lff I 2413 Washington Ave Ibe lll r i = i = = = 1 r If EVelY Sforekeeper i I Only o Knew itie I Saving r r he could effect in his light bill by using tungsten 3 jv lamps he would never haveany inferior illuminant L yin his store at any price I r He Would Prefer Electric MM as a matter of economy to say nothing ab...

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. — 24 September 1910

Ii I r t1 A k r < t 1 1ss niii THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1910 q l P L r o r M GROCERIES lo at our bur lac to we Wo offer the largest and most attractive assortments for you lo select An our goods arc new and lect trom desirable nnd are marked at an hon est value We permit no one to Icavo our store dissatisfied It will pay you to satisfy your curl osJty as to our offerings Watch our dally market letter Fruits and vegetables fresh every day Place your orders early and thereby get the pick of our mornings stocic Prompt deliveries courteous treat ment Peaches lb 05c Plums basket 20c U O V Bananas dozen H1 Oranges dozen 20c to 50c Potatoes 15 lbs 25c Fresh Tomatoes t lbs lOc Fresh Utah Cauliflower Ib lie New Utah Honey per comb15c Egg Plant 05C Watermelons 10c to 5nc Cantaloupes 6c to ICe Tomatoes bushel if > c Concord Grapes basket 2Bc Pie Pumpkins 10c to Ific Hubbard Squash lOc to 15c Celery bunch 5c California Head Lettuce lOc Sweet Potatoes 4 Ibs 25c...

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. — 24 September 1910

c > H P C J T p S ir y p i J > 1 J t h 4 7 r S THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1910 1 r fh 1 I FREEFREiEFREE rII5 w i J J This beautiful 500 Est y on i display at our store Come in and t T get a coupon You may be the lucky one 1 1 Our great piano sale > > t ± The splendid bargains offered A f i Our guarantee on every instru DI I ment i > a Tbe idea that you will now be pat 1 ronizing home industry L f Our easy payment plan The standard makes of pianos we 1 k handle such as Steinway Kim < I ball Sohmer Vose Sons Es I toy Henry F Miller and others BUYING A PIANO IS MADE p i j a VERY EASY AT THIS GREAT SALE fl All We want to get for the pianos Y is the amount invested in them fl T < ARE YOU GOING TO BE 11 AMONG THE LUOKY ONES H 4 tt To get a HIGHGRADE STAND i V ARD PIANO for the same price J iv you would pay some one else for 4 t J an inferior grade piano ANSWER THIS FOR YOURSELVES i f Come in and get our prices They speak for themselves All 4...

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. — 24 September 1910

p T n Part Two > OCHE OGDEN 5 ANDARD y Pages 9 to 16J FORTIETH YEAR NO 230 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 2419I0 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 1 t 4 fl 1 4 I > 1J i p 6 ii Y i t Zl l Ur 1 cs t PBft CfI E r I t2 A i < t Im 1 > t h rN l rJ I I X f r U w liE Y 1 J l r t t ti J I r By MYRA EMMONS i f l j I i l V HE next caller was shown into the doc tors private office He blinked at the THE from the two great windows then K went forward hesitatingly with n series of spasmodic little bows and vapid apolo getic galvanic little smiles The exact normality of the doctors presence and manner were reassuring rs he mentally guided his visitor to a chnir and put the usual professional What seems to be the matter Probably you can tell me that doctor Nervous prostration > Yes Caused bynot dissipation evidently nor hard work nor family cares No doctor but by trying to carry the ass to N market Un moeensort of an easy mark Yes I seem to have lost all backbone and the jippalSng part o...

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. — 24 September 1910

l 1Jf Y o I I J L = J L VV D Eaieo Cr tA L > 1 r r C r T r 4c1 t J PopuIarii4iTfl ti E ND 0 0 R G A R D E N d 1 I I v IV I o ba c b b Plants r By LiONEL RICHARDSON Q LIO T i 1 I 9J t 1 lb I YdtM < otvJUJ u rc = J b J oJrJ h j av I PLANTS MUST BE SELECTED WllTJH CAREFUL STUDY conditions of Light Air Sunshine and Temperature in Various Rooms of the House Are Very Important to Life of Indoor Plants I AE does not need to boa florist ONE scsdsman to be gad that the popularity of indoor gardening is iiicieasiiiK rapidly Atlanta when carefully tended add a tremen dous lot to tho interior beauty of tho homo and of the psychological value of this It is hardly necessary to speak here Furthermore the caro of plants affords a healthful relaxation as well as considerable pleasure to both women who arc busy and those who have not many household duties Each year more materials aro being bought for this purpose The demand for new varieties of flowers that can be grown in pots Is constantly In...

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. — 24 September 1910

11 0 t t I r r w 1r H IE OGDENSTANDAIRW IL t w I a h r b 4I y h 3 I II L f t r r c G 3 r d i f I I Is I 1 fJtl Jtl JtlI tt f f k d d O N THE b TH hOLD IIIfROM Ellis Island a Million Newcomers Peer Feverishly X ishly Into the Great Necoj Home Prepared for ThemLittle Human Sidelights rna Big Picture CopfHrbt 1010 by tbo Son York Herald Co All rlrlita rt tlcd BY GARNET WARREN III wide white barge moves loaded with hUlll n T It from the distant steamship pier Nearer one notices thousnnds of pink specks which arc faces and n sombre solid foundnt Ion of dark which is cloth Ing > cmr still thousands of eyes tre seen to stare nut Intent curious eyes and the plnl smudges have become rapt expressions For these venturers have come far and the last stage of their Journey Is upon them They arc ready to embark and Kills Island is nailing lo receive So forth conies next a single slowly moving line and one becomes conscious of an evolution in tho moss The phalanx oP dark clothes and pink faces r...

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. — 24 September 1910

I f j t > vr I r j I T < < 1flHJ IE Q CG IE N < 5 AN llJ A JH ll i 1 c J j 1 I 0 B iA Z 1 L fl o OLD by One of the Men Who Took Part In an Adven tare That Reads Like Extravagant Fiction Desperate iLA r 1 1 i Fiahtmo Perilous Flight and Memorable Capture 6 r J i l fi fH roYr dF A group pounced on Borer and after he had shot two of them two others got hold of his rifle and while he was scuffling a fifth man I stabbed him in the side r 2 < lT > 1 J r Y > i ut f i Ii i 1 S r < s > r k1 3 i t r Ilhcos Brazill Where Expedition Landed 2 Where Major Davis Fell 3 Building from Which Government Troops Opened Fire 4 Where Invaders Left the Town BY LIEUT GEORGE H VICE I Copyright 1010 by tLc New York UeraM Co All Debt rcfcrrcdl W all history there arc few stories of more desperate endeavors than the one here after related Fragments of it have i appeared in the newspapers during the period i that has elapsed since 1007 when nine reckless adventurers fr < 5m New York...

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. — 24 September 1910

On y n 11 i I 1 1HHHHHHi 4H + HtH HHHH r Ii + H 11IfI HHCH I Marxian Club Socialists I I Ix Socialism T Questions concerning COMMITTEE t r EDITORIAL o l11oViorcd Address all coruninnlca i Kate S Hllllard tlons to Howard Hall 27S3 Pacific + v Eugene A Battoll avenue i 1 Howard Holl A + HHHl + 11 bas tho slightest wit who No titan tho thorn la there Because handles It but SCondorana tho rose With care Kondrck Bangs renditions of conquest are easy Tho have but to toll awhile onduro We bcllete always and novor turn nwhlle u < R L stoveuson pack PRINCIPLE OF INDUSTRIAL THIRD UNIONISM The advocates of Industrial union ism hold that the ultlmato and never to bo forgotten object of the working mens Industrial movement must he to seize and to hold ns their collective property all the means of production Capitalism even for the highest paid worker is a system of robbery and a social crime Its main feature pri vate or class ownership of tho ma terials and instruments of production Is the ou...

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. — 24 September 1910

I = v I A P 7nr 9 1 1 11 I I t 1 0 1r f S G CP I 01 F r I 1i 0 t 1 L h I o 1 I f to 1 Ju 10 r J to E 1 C > C I tl > = Jr i 111 g I z t t j 1 71taiweY 3 tG I I t i1 I i p I b t 1 a wJ41i1L Q J r ICIJL 101011111 allonllrr CbleacoI j It = = = = fF c = r = I 1 L I cr r j I i jl I I tIot Mr I Answers by the Veterinarian Dr A S Alaxandor r ron 1I Copier it llrICUtUf Contagious Ophthalmia Thin Horso T IIAVB a flo k of 100 ewes that have had I 1 sore eyeHtand one or two went blind linn lost fiftylambs that seemed too weak to llve havcjelchly live ones left and bomo 1 of them aroI3llffJwlllvlBoro eyes What I is it and whatcun dune HnvoiM yearold homo that wont got fat nips his sides but looksall right otherwise Any Information will bo appre ciated Thanking you In advance Carl1 i VVhitescIl Arrowsmlth Ill Reply1 This disease Js contagious nnd J remains In an affected place for some timo r Ewes andIambs should bo moved onto fresh ground away from the Infected area Treat by waslilnjf affe...

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. — 24 September 1910

11 < > Jt4 I Hf7 < i I If f y 1 I I r I I > REAl r S I A TE L FOR REAL JAGAJIN CONSULT THESE COLUMN ARAVEWLLUS REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE 42G Eccles Bldg Both phones 14 A beautiful 40acrc farm only 4 Ogdon 21 acres In orchard miles from chard apples pouches cherries and rinos Good 4room frame house will sell nil or half 11000 This Is m Ideal orchard home ARAVE WilliS Arc you looking for a nice little buncalow close in or a nice homo anywhere in the city A good farm largo or small n fmlt orchard or a I nice lot to build on 7 If you are dont fall to come and see ns We have an excellent list of proper ty for you to choose from Wo also have some very good business proper ties for sale If you intend investing in real cs I tale or need money to Improve your homo we cordially Invite you to call on us I If you have any property to sell or exchange list It with us ARAVE WilliS UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE AUG 28TH 1910 Mountain Tlmej DENVER d RIQ GRANDE R R DEPART I Exprc...

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. — 24 September 1910

1KW c + ii < r r I v i AI5 rd FASHIONS mart Goivns f for Autumn r and Winter rnv Velvet and Satin I 1 BY MRS A T ASHMORE I HIS season special attention IK paid to the reception gowns and THIS I to the theatre and restaurant j gowns and already there arc It J hibited many different models which almost without exception I i are evTremely njtraclive Novelty is de I inandea in the general style ns well as in the combinanonfi of color and material and fortunately novelty docs not mean ns It too often docs eccentricity On the contrary the newest models are fur more I conaervnrlve thnn any heretofore displayed 0 played I One of the marked features of the the atre and restaurant gown is the fur and velvet trimmings used with lacu and chif I fon There is something delightfully incongruous f I congruous about fur and Ince that is al ways attractive and as fhey are now combined it is really almost irresistible White gowns have not been too popular of late that is the all white gowns but I I...

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. — 26 September 1910

= l 7 = a s y LET yQURWANTSBE I F ry I K o ti t r WEATHER FORECAST I g 1 I j KNOWN IN THE tl t J tn x J 1 > a 4 > THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER EVENING STANDARD ti I J 1 9 WILL TOMORROW BE GENERALLY FAIR TONIGHT I rAND I 4 YEARNO 231 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING SEPT FORTIETH SEPTEMBER 26 J910 n Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice Qgden Utah i SenaiOr S OO t De11VerS leYMIRNote S I e s t 1 I I t 8 A ti 5 bit r t I t C Ji > I I rh1 Re 1 u 1 t ry > air j w 0 i t V e n t 10 lOCAl OPl ON FoRIHEiAllEs AND I I PROHlBHiUN fOR COUNJRY DISTRICTS Solution of the Liquor Question to 83 Reached by Recognizing Public Sentiment as a Mighty Factor For or Against Law Enforcement PAvr EAlDRiCtlSr 100T LAW IS UPHElD AS REVISION DOW jWARD I Three Candidates for Congress Open Headquarters I With Expressions of ConfidenceInsurgency I so Far Has Developed No Outward Sign of Life J Due to the fact that a number of i the delegations spent considerable time ...

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. — 26 September 1910

T iii F 2i THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1910 S MTzE WINNERS IN THE POUlJRYy I y AND PET ANIMAl OPARTMINT1 Bihfe from Other States Compete With Utah Fowls I Kansas Wins the Grand Champion Prize for Best Male TREMONTON UTAH WINS FIRST fOR BEST HENEBRASKCLOSE SECOND I W W Browning the Noted Poultry Judge Says Poultry Show at Fair Grounds Most Select Lot of Birds Ever Seen in Utah I W W Browning judgo of tho Poultry Department after ho had fin I ished his work of judging tho birds I rot the FourStato yair said i I That the FourSlate Fair this ycar j bad a greater variety of poultry than he had vcr soon at any poultry show j in the state of Utah and that he had I i soon them all There are more arl i etles from other states than have i over come to a poultry show in the I I 03t before I Judge Browning says that tho poul I 1 try Industry is one of the largest In I I America One mistake the people make in t this country ig that they dont breed f for a special purpose ...

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. — 26 September 1910

I A r T tJ f I = r < e THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1910 1 H I i4 I HE camel is an enter 0 J prising individual Ho has a hump on at all times If you are dissatisfied with your tailor get a hump on and visit I us Well show you enough fabrics and patterns to make up your mind for you M tt VAN DYKE I 0 ARLINGTON HOTEL Agency for Kahn Tailoring Co I Indianapolis I Begin Now I If you have never used a BELL TELEPHONE in your office or home have one or more installed youll soon wonder how you did without it The time you save the results you obtain will more than pay the small cost REASONABLE RATES Call the Manager BELL SERVICE IS SATIS I FACTORY I II j I THE UTAH NATIONAL RANK OF OGDEN UTAB OFFERS DEPOSITORS EVER FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL ANCES BUStNESS AND RE SPONSIBILITY WARRANT t J E Dooly President j Horace E Peery VIce Pro I larold J Peery VlcePrca Ralph E Hoag Caohlcr I A V McIntosh AFt Cashier U S DEPOSITARY FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF mm UIAtl Capital and Undivi...

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. — 26 September 1910

Y 1 THE EVENING STANDARD OOJDtert OTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1910 I t1ijr Einrntttg tattbar Published Doily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann THE DOGS AT THE FAIR l The dog exhibit at the FourState r must not be overlooked by lovers of dumb animals There are to be seen Gordon setters Japanese spaniels German Dachshunds old English sheep dogs cork screw bull dogs Scotch collies English greyhounds bull terriers short nose pointers and other beautiful specimens of the canine The Gordon setter accompanied by his unarmed master will gather more ducks than the limit allows on a day when there is duck shooting along the Boar River One of the greyhounds can kill a coyote without assistance The Dachshunds used in Germany for hunting are the best of watchdogs for the home The Japanese spaniels are so highly prized that the owner con veys them to and from the Fair in a hack These dogs are among the best of their kind in the United States uid are a study in dog breeding SENATOR SMOOTS SPEECH However ...

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. — 26 September 1910

Rlfl C pi Znf rjii aw Y a W L v if s v FVlr 1 1 n THE EVENING STANDARD OGDSN UTAH MOKDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1910 I ct ° ryLABE 4 NION LABE D i I STANDARD TELEPHONES I I EDITORIAL ROOM t 1 Boll Phono No 322 Independent two rings66 BUSINESS OFFICE Either phore one ring 56 RANDOM REfERENCES r I Call AlIen phones 22 for carriages 1 for funerals and operas Private calls a specialty Also prompt delivery of baggage 412 25th 1 Got your Union Pacific and Oregon I Short Lino Uckoto at tbo office In the Opera House Block Dont force your l self to stand In line at tho DopoL For Sale Old mats Good to put i under carpets Inquire Standard of lice I WANTEDClean white rags at the Standard Advertisers must have their cop t for the Evening Standard the evening beforo the day on which the adver tlsqmont Is to appear In order to In sure publication Continued on Page Seven DEATHS AND I FUNERALS EDWIN J PICKFORD Edwin James PIckford son of Mr Edwin PIckford and Susannah M An gel died Sept 24 at S50 p ui at his ...

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. — 26 September 1910

i k r > 1 1 G THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY SBPTEMBEI 26 1910 t fiF 11 I SteinBRoch Smart II U S Clothes for I S I 2rfJIiL S Wise Men I I f I IE y For the man is not wise who will pay the same price 1 t without securing the same quality as STEIN LOCH guar I 1 ic15 45 antees Nor is he wise to buy a suit that will sag at the i 5r t knees or shrink out of shape when for the same price ho i may be wearing a STEINBLOCH SMART SUIT that is S t1 j I 1 guaranteed to keep its shape as long as a single thread of k II F 5A Qt it is left J r The Wise Man buys STEINBLOCH SMART CLOTHES S jk j W1M r1 because he has the assurance of authoritative style perfec tion in workmanship fit and finish and the best values procurable t7 1 I S L Sts and Overcoats 15 to 35 L ii r FRED M NYE eo 5 5 2413 Washington Ave I I iiL Jj I I ffcS ifftJl Frf A I place to buy GROCERIES is at our store We offer the largest and most attractive assortments for you lo se lect from AU our goods are new and desirable...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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