Elephind.com contains 8,446 items from Evening Standard, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 October 1910
r I f I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEn UTAH SATURDAY OCTOBER 1 1910 7 h t vT1 1 1Jf Jf I aI 1 t rit elk Ir1t i1b i1It It L nd iat i ikffi j l t11 I J I JD O1ltl3PL thI1 rb c brffi iI I 3l i ol rif I I JiI jGood Picking i FINE FALL WEARABLES There is distinction and class to our shingsyoull really find them different from the or dinary and trite Smart dressy efects in all our oferings SHIRTSIn Patterns I 1 FANCY VESTS I NEW COLLARS I NECKWEAR j HOSIERY UNDERWEAR Complete your wardrobe at the uptodate storejust what you need to fill out the welldressed appearance awaiting you here WatsonTanner Clothing Co 376 24th L The Making of GLASSES requires patience skill ana modern machinery Wo are thoroughly equipped Lot us test your eyes and make you tho most comfortable pair you over had J T RUSHMER Lens Grinding Optician 2464 Washington Ave Ten years In Ogden H Successor to Allen Transfer Co J C SLADE Lessee VANS DRAYS BAGGAGE WAG ONS PIANO FURNITURE AND SAFE MOVING 408 25th St Both Phones 321 ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 October 1910
r S xs Zr < 1fi irjVf l 1 p 7jj iJi r Cm I tfI I a IRE EVENING BTAI7DAHD GL ail UTAH r ATUBDAY OCTOBER 1 1910 Ill iNEW OGDEN IDEA TER SUNDA YEVENiN6 ACT I I I SCENE IN OUR NEW MINISTER I I NEW OGDEN THEATER I I SUNDAY EVENING OCT 2 I SEATS NOW ON SALE POPULAR PRICES a = I jJ n GSES < iItdcrU 1 lLI Y LI lor i > 3 Any Doctor f r I I t Vii i I 4r + WiUTeliYou I t A j that there is no better tonic I 1 f II rcc and strengthener for the I u 1 sick and convalescent than i I pure rich beer F > Beckers Best Beer is the purestand best J i A builder of muscle nerve and brain A re I L 1 newer of strength and energy I I I i I Yet not merely a p i j c < 9 t r I I < 1 medicine it s use the if 1 most delightful bever L n I 11 f I I age you ever tasted I i I II Order a case of j j I l 1 your dealer any dealer I in Ogden i r b r 1 1 I I = = = t t I I Call at the Bank and Secure one or if you cannot call telephone or send < f a postal card or yet one froni our agent who will call ...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 October 1910
F 1 t I I Part Two f THE OGDEN ST ANDARDI JPaf 5 9 to iE1 FORTIETH EAR NO 231j OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER J llo I + t PRICE FIVE CFVTS GIs I Sri I lie Qd I 1 s I I I j 11h i 1l S r V I i l I a I I I I < j 6 r I I 1 i f r J I I I r I I The 0 Never Failing French e Blouse o a o o o e e Q o p By HELEN FALCO D STILL FORMS A NECESSARY PART OF rUE WARDROBE Severely Tailored Shirtwaist Now the VogueColored Silk Blouse for Business Woman The Value of Pongee I e f EVER it seems arc we to abandon NEVER dearly o beloved utility blouse In some form or other it always looms boldly on the horizon among the very first outputs of the new season Dressmakers and merchants alike predict with great firmness season after season that no blouses are to bo worn tabooing them persistently as banished absolutely from the wardrobe of the welldressed woman being pnsse and commonplace But in splto of all these malicious maledictions these despised waists that yield so little profit to the modis...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 October 1910
f ryr i1 x i l H T 1 j t I 2 TLHIE OGDEN STANDARID I e < h S q W V I I AACT1CA 1J 1I h 1 1 L r t Q 1 i t f f O ono suit cnn stand the con stant everyday wear of the t No room nnd the coat nnd skirt costume iniisl needs bo I worn interchangeably with n t i simple cloth or serge frock with tn ulster added for out of doors To be cally economical the dross flay be ninth rltli waist nnd skirt sepnrntc so that I S then desired for varietys snko a silk or r Jhatross blouse can at times be worn will I lie skirt Jf the suit Whether this will i o possibli1 depends of course largely Io ton the material of the gown and tit I hsliiory in which it Is trimmed A gown for the school room must need ss to slate be built upon thu simples I aodel possible but its simplicity will not ACCOftsjtalc anything unbecoming If for I I ample a girl does not look her best i raloss lthcre Is considerable while nest I IT face then the yoke of net or cmbroid ry must be carried down somewhat fur i 1 her than ordina...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 October 1910
t a r J t r r H CL I J I 1 Ik f ro to w 1 1 v e I < 1 ai t hr i y i f f f S r I i Gr I w t II By OLIVIA HOWARD DUNBAR I r i I X T brought on our strange crisis thc more quickly that the winter 1 knew Constance IT Larcher was the harshest everybody said that the New Yorkers of our generation had ever known There seemed an insatiable 1 malice in the sharp winds a persistent cru elty in the thick icy atmosphere Even on the November day that I first saw her I remember that a resistless chill was creeping like a thing of shape nnd sinister purpose upon the city and I was shivering miserably when 1 came in just before din ner and ran up our two flights of stairs childishly yearning for the warmth that waited me at the top Our outer hall was rather dark and I could not see plainly the lady who happened to be coming down from the floor above but I knew that it must be Miss Larcher We lived in an oldfashioned house com fortably remade into studios and apartments whose easygoing tenants mo...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 October 1910
1 = I r < 1 II I f I J I 7 I I 1 J h h 1r IHl IE OGDEN STANDARD e > U J PLAY BALL I IN POLITICS f Anson Tells of Heroes of the Diamond Who Are Making Good in Other TOPAnson Fields Notably a Candidate for Governor and a Famous Hastier Oat After a Senatorship > r oJ t Ipopn Anson IOlIrlgbt 3010 lir the New York Herald Co All rights referred T n recent hall gmnc played at the American A League park Ney Voile city mi amiable looking giant Iu a gray suit and bright crimson fourlnhand his head topped by n panarna that had worn well and was still wearing was the centre of an admiring group In one corner of the grand stand The big fellow with the rosy cheeks k and debonair manner was Captain Adrian Conslnn tIne Anson affectionately known as Pop In the days wheu he led his Chicago nine to victory In so I many hard fought campaigns His companions were J baseball celebrities of n later vintage and they were I I paying the most exclusive attention to what the veteran was saying while w...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 October 1910
T r REAL ESTATE I FOR REAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS I ARAVE AT11LA REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANOE 420 Eccles Bldg Both phones 14 groom modern frame house and barn Lot 08x220 feet Close In 5000 Tornic A good restaurant business on 25lh street north side Cash or terms Wanted to exchange a 5room mod em light pressed brick houso In Den ver for IL residence In Ogden Good rooming house business 27 looma tflo best location In town Always full I 20 acres or more if desired of flu est fruit land In Roy 9 acres In or chard Every foot good land 0600 Groom bungalow Close in for 53800 7room frame house on bench Jot 10x132 feel only 1900 and easy terina I MONEY TO LOAN If you have any property to scll or exchange call on us RAVE WLLS 2G Ecclcs Bldg Both Phones 4 UNION DEPOT I TIME CARD EFFECTIVE AUC 28TH 1910 Mountain Tlmcj DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DUPART 6Cxpre s ror the East 7M ix m 10 To Salt Lake 9W am 12 bait Luke Iasscnuer ISMS pm t At antic Limited oast I JW pm 4 Atlantic Mall aot 62W ...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 October 1910
I T = = L wa r w 1 I i I I i l t t I ep 1 IIi M f u l tr r d i ji eher Tile Scidllcc of Farming I rriche 1010 by Tho National Press CUtcaco I I t How to Inoculate Legumes By Karl F Kellerman PlantPhysiologist United States 1 Department Agriculture I I I THE valuo of legumes plants belonging THE 1 to tho pea family ouch as clovers al falfa cowpeas soy beans peanuts field peas x I vetch etcas green manures or soil reno vators Is duo to certain bacteria which de velop nodules upon tho roots of these plants and which have tho power rendering tho I freo nitrogen of the air available for plant growth Without these bacteria legumes I like other crops exhaust tho Gall of its com 1 bined nitrogen In many regions certain types of these Important bacteria are abun dant In tho soil in other localities they must bo imported or in other words tho leguminous crop to bo grown there must be t inoculated The inoculation of a now field may be secured either by tho soiltransfer method or by tho use of ...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 October 1910
J = = I i 1 1 eri f r Jj T IH1lE OGDEXL5TANDARD I e f I li ol I z i il I 10 LV I p ARf SI FASHiONS i y s r ftij di fVii rrr Smart > StWet j BY MRS A T ASH ORE lIE first cool days of rntnmu in I vnrmbly arouse Interest in the y T peer entirely ilonnnnt subject of 6 dress and every from II instinctively I 1 if tively begins planning for tbe I winter outfit To be smartly t gowned in the early spring and early autumn Ij tumn tells tremendously for it must he j admitted the majority of women arc a bit a lazy about starting in to order new gowns iI Ahead of time always deluding them tf selves with the idea that they will be able I c to find something ready made tome mod < l costume that will be just right or that I 1 their favorite dressmaker will put allj i other orders aside ro attend to their I demands or commands 1 One of the most independent of mortals Is the successful dressmaker at this sea I son of the year for she realizes that her I clients are quite if her mercy and often...