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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 20 August 1910

T cf 1 C J fr I r > ii i c 1 i U > THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST 20 1910 1 U I I i 1 I tl lit on of I toW rilCd Cd ti1 ti1XJ XJ M th stet mil oJ 1 r RANDOM REfElREfJCES Continued from Pace Five A carload of that good Smithfield Flour Jusi arrived Special prices on your winters supply Edgar Jones Co Mrs J F Kelly and J < M Kelly ol Britton S D who aro Interested in the opening of the now bank in Og den were In thA city this morning and 0tt after a few hours stay for Salt Ukc City It Is expected that tho men will return to Ogden tomorrow EXCURSION TO SALT LAKE via Oregon Short Line Sunday Aug 21st Round trip 100 Choice ten trains dnlly City oftlce 2514 Washington se r eL f L II Peory who returned from a mission to Germany a few days ago was In Salt Lake City Thursday on business pertaining to the Pecry ho tel building under way of construc tion In that city At the homo of Mrs J B Ludwig 2311 Lincoln Are tho Frauonveroln of the German Evangelical church will se...

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. — 20 August 1910

IJ WOINf flQME AGE r I I N L EdAL1 r IY 1 rE r < < F JF > > > r C 11 C i1 J 1 a 1 0 l lI i j sY th1Yl How To in SCIENTIFIC FRUIT PRESERVIIJO Canning By ROSAMOND LAMPMAN Jr Jellies < L < L we r UTENSILS MUST BE SURGICALLY CLEAN Jars Cans Pots and Kettles Should Be Sterilized to Kill Bacteria Before Anything y Else Is Done F the several methods of preserv OP ing fruit for winter use tho most satisfactory and within the reach of all is that of sealing tho fruit in airtight Jars and when hygienically prepared and properly sealed the contents will remain In good condition for an indefinite period losing very little ot their wholesome ness or good flavor The first step for success in tho pre serving of fruit is to havo everything perfectly clean that is to kill the xa rious species of bacteria that promote mold and fermentation by carefully sterilizing the jars or cans and all utensils used and by keeping them as Bterilo as possiblo during the process It Is a good pla...

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. — 20 August 1910

ti 3 rvf T > T > ty 7r l k v Part Two I THE OGDEN STANDARDL i 1 Pages 9 to i9 J FORTIETH YEAR NO 200 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST J ° IO PRICE FIVE CENTS t iL f I I I t I t I 1 I I I m r s G y 1 i r rl j 1 I I o ill 11 IIII I L I I j I 0 r L i r ifS t t M 1 1 rr l < < fS BrtIUl 1Re cb111an I 1 1 I J ERDY simply gasped Being a reporter J nothing should have surprised him but jf this was too much for his training Jerking the cigarette from his mouth with such violence that the ashes be spattered his clothes he stared down the street after the departing couple Good Lord he said softly The couple walked to the end of the street where the turned the corner and their disappearance brought r him to his senses Calmly pulling a cigarette box from his pocket he lit another cigarette and turning his back on the newspaper office hurried toward Broadway His present task was to interview a financier returning on the Cedric and nothing short of an earthquake would have made ...

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. — 20 August 1910

7 1 rr r TLUE OGDEN STANDAID e ii 1 r tI ce GKEATA > ME1YC m N AA u PI AYWRIGHT B L T II 1m RUN Along the North Shore of the Sound and a Glimpse at the Beautiful Homes of the Writers of = the Plays That Have Won High Honors and Big Royalties > f 1 jo 1 J r I 1 IIVtt n n Oopjrtchh 1010 br the Now York HcrAM O AU rlcbts rttc4n HARTFORD Conn Saturday HE north shore of Long Island Sound has become the Great American Playwright Belt THE With few exceptions all the Important Ameri can dramatists here takeu up their abode on this inspiring strip of land And If anybody Imagines that gaunteyed and sunkencheeked Penury has iheie playsmlihs In her grasp let him correct the notion nt once It Is a fallacy that calls for immediate correction for very many of the most palatial country estates along the north shore of Long Island Sound arc the homes of makers of plays In this plaj making belt extending practically from Fclbaiu Manor tp Hownyton a distance of about twentylive miles will be fou...

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. — 20 August 1910

I f W l C 1 I f r W1 T T 1 Y S ± i1 ± 1rnn1E J EN 31r AN AIR I I H Hi AJL JL V V F L O P S < A firA T i BY ELISE WILLIAMSON Coar cht 1010 tr the N MT Yort H rnM O All rlclil rftfnri a M goln to get a guide book to this here Met 6 jj ropolltnn Museum of Art I allus says that I H pictures Is Jes like preserves yew cant make ft head nor tall of Ym If they aiul labelled s 1 tunicd upon hearing thLs remarkable state iionl to behold a little old lady who was herself oudly though unconsciously Inbelled New Eng land landHer Her prim little figure was dressed In black alpaca Jlor neckwear was of spotless white and above It rose her delicate sharp featured face But the real personal touch to the old lady was her bonnet That bonnet was a delight a bit of millinery that was n masterpiece of expression It was selfassured even aggressive It was unyielding and orthodox It had been created for its wearer nnd no other and she wore It as a part of herself It was fashioned of mourning sill and n bi...

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. — 20 August 1910

h 1 i 7 v r O f i I i = rv Lrt b I ti rra I YS T h e S C l < D C C l i j f Q 1 r n 1IJ 0 g r r t = f t rr c b J If t f N Iu oocJ < of l W r 12 1 y 1 i wrJUbe 10JO by The N rrtlortl Prtu Cbleaco L yn a r a i Answers by the Veterinarian Dr A S Alexander Vttfcn3in Colltao of Ayrlcullura Embolism A DRAFT marc I bought three months ago ADHAFT x has a peculiar lameness which three vet orlnary surgeons have tried to locato but do not seem to understand She starts out of the stable all right but after going half a milo or so suddenly goes litmo In one hind leg has lots of pain sweats and knuckles but does not go down Hal urino In nil right in every way After standing awhile she recovers and may stay all right for some time but It returns cvcry day and she fa practically worthless for work Can you throw any light on this condition Ieo I shall be thankful T K C Minnesota ReplyIt acorns to be a plain case of embolism or plugging of the iliac artery by n fibrin clot or thrombus The veteri...

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. — 20 August 1910

= v 7 TII1tEO6DEP1 STANDALD J I l I AISSY 7RJ4GINIA l11 m J ml LH By Marguerite Merringtoru die since wo get none me we need salvation when we J 0 here I have ever bated setting stitches bnt Id sooner t t J i hem dishclouta nil my lifo than wear diamond rings as Ma da in Throckmorlou r And that I laid aside but yesterday my battle my toys Ac scene is laid in the attic of a Virginia mansion saaw Bore and shuttlecock Thats what I am i n poor holplij l ichcrc about the year 1760 Tho quotations rules for lilll shuttlecock Will H be my fault If when Im j behavior and the like era talcn from diaricol the tossed wIfy Dilly from one mans hand to tothcr Lets4pti < 3 period them I Cnll itlto tbo mire V III presentin this monologue cither real a encr nd I > I cU n1 old book > And my schoolbooks my Aeci profl iM orutalabelieeonray be lied dunce How I have muddled up my brains over vdu I But all Ha pntli r you have gieu me I will paia On J i J tQJnbt 1910 111 the New York IloraM Co All ...

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. — 20 August 1910

A 4 I J = = = = = = r > > TIHI E EN ANA e aa L 7 1 J 1 AKIS FASHIONS n LATE SUMMER d G AND EARLY AUTUMN GOWNS = i Cream Colored Voile Embroidered with Blue and Gold l i Photo Copyright 1010 by RcutlJncT i f Exclusive Copyright 1U1U New York Herald I BY A T AMORE i I Copyright 1010 l > r the New York IIuraM Co Allrlgbis re > rHd 1 HIS is the socallta dead season I I i in the realm of fnshion in the f THIS room S of the big shops and fI private dressmakers The cm ploycB inall departments are off i on vacations and apparently for just a brief fipace of time the all I > t eorbing question of dress is in abey I ance but it is only a very brief space after nil and in the menu time designers arc I 1 busy with the winter models so soon to lw I displayed to the general public vhile nl rendy to a favored few is vouchsafed an ccaeional glimpse of what will ere long be II given out for approbation or disapproval I This is the season above all others when I I I clothes arc thoroug...

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. — 20 August 1910

tWoS II h ± 7 1f lH IE Q E N 51f A N J AJ ± t f J I A TTRACTIVE ILLOVCTS PAGE FOR jr 1e MISSES SCHOOL GIRLS ROOM I W rulEW Ones Needed Every Autumn by the Student Miss and Her Big Brotherthe College Man 1RLS who aro going away to school or college or tliosc win G have brothers nnd cousins just starting upou a college cure usually ore interested at this season of the year In the mnkinc of new couch pillows This is one sort of Immliwork which will always roe a welcome gift for there is constant de maud iu every household us well as among he college and boarding schr fraternity for a fresh supply of new pillow covers For girls who rejoice in the possession of an all white boudoir the lingerie pillow arc still the most desirable and these are now made trimmed only with embroidery or needlework and goiinnilly without larp These very dninly pillows are however i only possihle for certain rooms and cer e tainly will not bo practical for the hard wear which must be looked for in tin school ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 22 August 1910

rn t 1 I 2 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 22 1910 Il SPORTS I F BASEBALL RESULTS I STANDING OF AMERICAN LEAGUE Club Won Lost Pet Philadelphia 76 34 691 BoRton 64 48 671 Dtrolt 63 J9 663 Now York 63 4D 663 Cloelnnd 50 61 466 Wnsblngton 49 64 0131 Chicago 14 65 404 St LOuIs 34 74 316 STANDING OF NATIONAL LEAGUE Club Won Lost Pot Chicago 00 72 35 675 Plttsburg 64 41 619 Now York 61 44 515 Philadelphia 54 53 505 Cincinnati 54 56 491 Brooklyn eo 43 65 398 St Louis 43 67 391 Boston 41 71 866 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE t St Louie 10 Philadelphia 9 ST LOUIS Aug 21 Philadelphia Jost to St Louis today In novon in t nings Rain stopped tho play Riglor collins the game Scoro L R H E I St Louis 103 1 Philadelphia 9 21 2 Batteries Willis Harmons Corrl k don and Broanahan Moron SICk EwIng and Doom New York 3 Cincinnati 10 CINCINNATI Aug 21 Cincinnati h hammered Wiltso hard a base on ibaJls with seven hits givIng the lo f cals seven runs in tho fifth Scoro RHD Now York 3 5 2 Cincinnati 10 13 0 B...

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 August 1910

co iii > c 1 i LET YOUR WANTS BE WEATHER FORECAST 1 KNOWN IN THE Ce iBei ubat THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER EVENING STANDARD WILL TOMORROW BE GENERALLY PAIR TODAY AND J FORTIETH YEARNO 201 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY L EVENING AUGUST 22 1910 Entered Second Class Matter at the Postoffice Olden Utah WAR DEPARTMENT IN CONFERENCE r I fXTRAORONARY MEASURES TO SEND 10RE HELP TO STR CKN NORTWlST long Dispatch Sent to Beverly = = = More Pack Trains Medical Supplies and Army Sur = gernis to Be Rushed to Devastated Region = = = Bridges Burned II Washington Aug 22Wlth forests ranches and towns on fire in the nnrthweft appeals for holp from the federal government not to protect be loresta but to save human lives poure Into Washington today As a result every moans at the disposal of the officials was bont toward rend ering aid and the situation laid be fore President Taft by telegraph with r view to necessary executive action The matter was taken up at a con ference at the ...

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 August 1910

rf I THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 22 191Q 4 I H wqr 1Euruiug taubar Publishod Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann TILLING THE SOIL WITH DYNAMITE Probably no stranger use for dynamite has ever been devised than its substitution in placo of the plow for the tilling of clay land It is being put to such a use on a considerable experimental scale in Kansas and by a planter of Spartanburg S 0 The cartridges are planted 3 ft apart in rows and at a depth of 4 ft The holes are made by driving crowbars to the desired depth The dynamite is exploded by a line of men provided with redhot irons The line goes rapidly down the field tho explosions following the men in a steady roar that is deafening Tho explosions throw clouds of soil 30 ft into tho air and cover the man from head to foot with dust and dirt f f I CHEMISTRY PROMOTES INDUSTRY I > > 5 j i 1 F > chemist is becoming an increasingly important factor in If our daily life and his efforts are almost wholly directed t...

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 August 1910

J WI I r f i I THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 22 1910 UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910 Mountain Time DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DEPART C ixpr si for the East I 7lf > ruin 10 To Salt Lake I 0 1X > otu 32 Salt Lahfl Paafongar 112 IS pm 2 Atlantic Limited cant 2 l plI 4 Atlantic aiall cast liiWnm kGrand Junction Kxpresa Cu j oU ARRIVE S Ogden Passenger UIS int 1 Limited from east JMSpnj Chicago Ex from east 33J pm i Ogden Express 350 pm 11 Local from Sunucto iu pm j Utah and Cal Kxproso 12o am UNION PACIFIC R R CO fr1 I jsol Eantbound I Depart JOIMall nnd Express I SSO am 10 Font Mull I 83S iim 1 Loc Angeles Limited dally120 pm JOvorIand Limited I 230 pm 4Atlantic Exprona I 6W Pm No1 Westbound I Arrive G Passenger tK am S California Exprcoo CMS am 9 Fust Mall 1117 nm Overland Limited S20 pm i Loa Ancclea Ltd IlnJly1 325 pm OREGON SHORT LINE R It CO Xo i North of Oedon I Depart 1 Butto and Portland 1J1G am 131 OgdenMnlad Motor Car 825am ISIdaho ExpreRS 910ain...

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 August 1910

1i i < r I > WO I If > r I I II S I i b r 5 = THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 22 191U 1 c c 1w r l I t DONT DELAY DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS NOW IS THE TIME S t WHEN YOU CAN BUY YOUR MENS AND BOYS CLOTH i t ING AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVER OFFERED IN OG t DEN j > r I Extra Specia1 For This Week Only 5 AJt16OO Suits while 360 Childrens School S they last 850 suits go for 245 All 1700 Suits while 450 Childrens School they last 950 suits go lor 300 AIl20iJO Suits while 500 All wool serge suits for 350 they last 1175 I Buy now and Save Money 2EOO hiio I All 2500 Suits while Mens working shirts they last 1375 only 40c I All 2700 Suits while OOc Mens suspenders they lost 1475 just think of It only 25c All 3000 Suits while C5c fino lisle web su i they last 1750 spenders 38c AH 860 young mens 20c Ladies hose only 09c t suits while they last 475 360 Ions oxfords tnn All 1000 young mens or gunmetal last call I suits while they last 525 fair warning 195 l I i < 111500 young l...

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 August 1910

j f 71 i > t r THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 22 1910 l Ii i i I STANDARD TELEPHONES i EDITORIAL ROOMS ind Phone two ring No 5R Bell Phone No 322 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone one ringNo 56 Bell Phone one ringNo 66 I RANDOM I REfERENCES Call Allen pUomirs 22 for carriages for fjnerals and opera5 Private calls t specialty Also prompt delivery ot gggO 112 25th Get your Union Pacific nnd Oregon Short Line tickets at tho office In the I Opera HouSe Block Dont force your self to itand In line at tho Depot i For SnlcOlt1 mats Good to put ucdor carpets Inquire Standard office TEDCloln whlto rags at tho Etnndnrd 1 Advertisers must have their copy for the Evening Standard the evening be fore the day on which the advertise 4T ment Is to appear In order to Insure t publication It Is worth while to call 38 and get I our rates on storago coal Shurtllff it Co phones IS Continued on Page Seven P NOTICE I To Examiner Creditors NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1 In the District Court of tho Second Ju...

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 August 1910

r r t t i t t 1 p s if THEDAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 22 1010 I M r n I I t = = u 1111 ri 210400 and 600 Linen b k < t Suits Your Choice 3 I f 200 j Jr J I t1t bLAST 8 THOMAS I i ryJ > 1 i I THEATRE ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE BOTH PHONES 323 Oponing bill of the Season 1 FIVE OLYMPIERS 7 I Living Statuary DALE AND BOYLE In a Singing and Dancing Novelty LILLIAN ASHLEY I Commedlcnno f 4 OBRIEN OHAVEL CO w InThe Office Boy and the Type Ij writer t r MELROSE AND KENNEDY Ji t The Athlete and the Clown lr fir > 71DE LION 77 r sr l t Jpft Two Hands and Twelve Billiard Balls ift L r7 > Iotlon Pictures Orpheum Orchestra r Ii F Matinees Wednesday and Saturday f W t lOc IGc and 25c I t i j Every Evening lOc 25c and 50c J THE 1 i 11 i UTAH NATIONAL 1 L r f DANK j t f Of OGDEN UTAH I OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY 1 f FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL ANCES BUSINESS AND R5 j VSPONSIB1LITY WARRANT J < tJ Ek0001Y ProuTdent Horace E Poory VlccPren iarold J Peory Vlceproo Ralph E Hoag Caahlar ...

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 August 1910

Ii W THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 22 1910 I I to r41 ei 1 pf tb dec iit a d me et ion iourl url riW Llf d II IC t ICefl enl Ith e1t1 cd for pal I 11m is In1 111J d DIn DW W In InL LA > ID IS I T j j 5A11SFACTON Youll admire yourself everychanceyougelwhen youre attired in one of uur suits They have that grace snap and stylish fit that is significant of the best tailormade gar ments Ordinarily they sell for 510 to 535 but account of the lateness of the season we offer superbly made fitting garments at 25c oil on the dollar Will the suits move Just watch em WatsonTanner Clothing Co 376 24th RANDOM REfERENCES Continued from Pago Flvo A carload of that good Smithfield Flour just arrived Special prices on your winters supply Edgar Jones Co Mr Pardee director of the New York Central road passed through Ogden this morning In his private car going west Favor us and yourselves by buying B G Butter Vlsltod Ogden Canyon Mr Gots hall one of the New York stockhold ers of the Har...

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 August 1910

2 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY AUGUST 23 r 1910 r SPORTS I BASEBALL RESULTS I NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 7 Booton 0 CHICAGO Aug 22 Chicago drove Mattorn from the box In tho second inning today winning the opening game from Boston 7 to 0 Score IL H E Chicago 7 11 2 Boston 0 8 2 Batteries Mclntyre and KUng Mattern Burko and Smith Btiridaii Plttoburg Captures Both Games PITTSBURG Aug 22 PltUburjy today won two games from Philadel phia by timely hitting In tho second game Plttsburg made three home runs In ono inning Tho feature was the batting of Wagner who made seven hUB In two games for a total of sixteen bases His feat of a total of ton bases in the second game equalled tho record of the season in 1 Individual batting S ores First game R H E Pittsburg 6 12 1 Philadelphia 5 9 0 Batteries White Leever Phillip pi and Gibson ShctUor Moren and Moran Second game R H E PitUburg 8 12 1 Philadelphia 1 6 0 Batteries Camnltz and Gibson Stark Brennan and Doom Cincinnatis Costly Errors Give...

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 August 1910

I i 1r f Jd J i n 1 E 7 > fC 07 < T < > I I 1JJ II r > J I f > h V I 0 < ate1 1 LET YOUR WANTS BE t WEATdER t r f WEATHER FORECAST KNOWN IN THE I ti it 7j THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE EVENING STANDARD + WEATHER WILL BE PARTLY r 1 t r CLOUDY WITH LOCAL SHOWERS TONIGHT OR WEDNESDAY i e I Fortieth YearNo 202Price Five Cents OGDEN CTY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING AUGUST 23 J9JO Entered nc Second Clasu Matter at the Pootoffice Ogden Utah I I CONDIITKDNS IN NORTWEST MOST I 1 APPAlL N rSTORlOf SECT ON Flames Defying all Resistance Rush Along at Rate of Seventy five Miles an flour = = Supervisor Loses Three Hundred Out of Force of Six Hundred MeI JlH Spokane Aug 23Threo hundred I i fire fighters out of a total force oC 600 men which has been battling with tbo llamea In the burning white pine 1 forests of northern Idaho are unac counted for today Government For est Supervisor W R Welglo In an Jiteniew at Wallace today declared his belief that nearly all of this en tire number ha...

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 August 1910

I It I THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY AUGUST 23 1910 I J4r lEmming tttlt ttr I Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann 1 j J PRIdES IN INDIA We loam through the Lahore India Tribune that the govern ment of India has appointed a committee to inquire into the increas ed cost of foodstuffs in that country The India Tribune says During the laat forty years the prices of foodstuffs in India have increased about 100 per cent and the rise has been most marked dur ing the past twenty years Our countrymen of the middle class who live in towns or cities and who have nothing whatever to do with land in any oapacity have felt very severely the pinch of the abnor mal rise in the price of food grains that has taken place during the past two dooades Some persons attribute the higher food prices to the fixity of exchange some to the quantitative theory on the assump tion that new coinage has been issued too freely and some simply to supply and demand INDIVIDUALITY In a recent issue of ...

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