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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 10 October 1910

1J t 1 r Ir < < > 1F T 1 Y f tYi I i > I I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDENUTAH MONDAY OCTOBER 10 1910 Pt i J 1 I I i I FOR HALLOYlEEN i Clothing of the right sort clothing that defies the merchant tailor as to exclusive fabric de sign the best style shapeholding fit and most of all the aristo cratic welldressed airthat is what we offer you HERE in our i FALL CLOTHING A looking over of our stocks i is our best I I bid I for your patron i age I L f10 TO 35 iW also Tan ner I j Clothing Co 376 24th I ENGRAVING REPAIRING I H F UPP ti Jewelry Cut Glass Hand c Painted China Etc 2476 Grant Ave Ogden Utah I THE HOME EYE TESTER Copyrighted and Published BY DR FRANCIS KING First National Bank Building LEGAL I NOTICE OF ESTRAYS State of Utah Cotnt of Weber Ogdon Clts8 I hao In my possession the follow ing described estray animals which Jf not claimed and taken away will be sold to the highest cash bidder at 1818 Washington nvo In Ogden City Utah on Thursday the 20th day of October 1910 a...

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. — 10 October 1910

9 r c t I I 4 6 r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY OCTOBER 10 1910 I 7 1 r I I l w y d t t P 1 r a v j r y p IrS t I I t I I J f S 1 I < j n L i > > < I Clothing the Boy j Our double Breasted and Norfolk Snits meet r > the requirements of Boys from S to 15 years oljige I They arc stylish dressy and nutty 1 I i = The fabrics are very durable and in patterns I Ii suitiiblc for Boys Clothes I I x They were made by special makers who under i 1 stand the boys clothes proposition and who make i i clothes right t < t XTRAGOOD SUITS t 335o 45 TO 10 I f t FRED 1L NYE co 0 I 2413 Washington Ave J I ov U 1 J r rT > LO kW J U I = crr < A k CONFEi ENCE ATTENDED I BY MANY I j = Salt Lake Oct 10 Favored by ono j ° i of the most delightful daya of the year Mormons flocked to Salt Lake I from all parts of Utah and Idaho yes ter ray breaking all conference iec t ords yesterday afternoon when up I wards of 25000 listened to addresses in the tabernacle assembly hall and I ...

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. — 10 October 1910

T I I I I I I i I 8 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY OCTOBER m 1910 I k I I t I i j I L T I r 11 1 Important 1 properties of L j I the Grape are transmitted jl I 1 by I t i I DO L Baking I Powder ii ttJbsalwfeflJ x l I I P18e 1 LT I I to the fooit l ii The food is t V V thereby i i made more L tasty and JI I L i ge51tible j tI ti i J ft c i I PREAMPLE TO COME BEFORE THE EPISCOPALS c Cincinnati Oct 10 Tie question of including a preantfjle In th consti tution of the chinch wis expected to come again before the general con vention of the Protest Episcopal church today Last Saturday the house of deputies rejected the tenta c tive preamble drawn up at the con vention three years ago This action did not satisfy some of the delegates and thcv declared they r would Introduce a new one in the house The house of bishops will also re sume its work A joint session of the two ho > ses was postponed for this afternoon L CONDUCTOR KILLED IN A REAREND COLLISION c Colfax Wash Oct JOSnm Mc ...

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. — 11 October 1910

P LET YOUR WANTS BE F f 1 VEATHhK i RECAST KNOWN IN THE r I THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT TMT bAnt 4 WEATHER WILL BE UNSET EVENING STANDARD rAA r t TLED WITH SHOWERS TONIGHT t I p OR WEDNESDAY WARMER IN r SOUTHERN PORTION TONIGHT COOLER WEDNESDAY YearNo 241 Price Five Cents I FortIeth OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER H J9JO Entered as Second Claw Matter at the Poctofflce Ogden Utah BODIES ARE i DISCOVERED I Eleven Dead Found in V the Starkville Mine 11 Rescue Is Slow Starkville Colo Oct 11 Al 4 a In a telephone message from the mine hated that tho rescue party had found two dead bodies In the face of room 30 of entry J7 Tho party is now working In room 31 clearing tho afterdamp and searching for bodied Entry J7 has rooms numbering up 10 38 JI was along this entry that the plckmcn were working on the night of the explosion Siarkvllle Colo Oct l1Thc find ing of the bodies of two of the vic tims of the Saturdays explosion lu tho Starkville mine early this moan king has caused redoubl...

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. — 11 October 1910

= F Ic T 1 c i l tL r T f t r 7 o l J f > 1 r I l j h THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 1910 3 REAL ESTATE FOR MEAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS ARAV VJILl REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE i 42C Eccles Bldg Both phonon 11 Is this not the truth t Aujono will soil If you offer them t enough mon And some one will s 1I for a great deal ICES than their properly Is worth It Is those people that the buyer Is looking for Read the following i A beautiful well Improved farm of lid acres 50 acres of first class x sundy loam and 50 acres of good pas ture 15 head of good milch cows C ca1vcnnd 1 bull 10 pigs and 1 Uerkslilro hog 1 span of mares and 2 Colts 50 tons of hay and lull chickens 2 wagons buggy and all the Iraplc mcnts necessary to run a farm good r ham and Implement sheds 7 rom brick house strictly modern Both Jiol and cold water etc A good family orchard three flowing wells and first class water right Just thinkhorses cows pigs hay Implements house and everything f...

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. — 11 October 1910

uI fl 1 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 1910 c 1 A y JV dO ETh M 4 iW i RACES RACES wi I I OGDEN RACING ASSOCIATION I I FAIR GROUNDS Oct 3 to 15 Inclusive i ° 6 = lligh Class Races Daily 1 t RAIN OR SHINE RACES COMMENCE 240 Street cars run direct to tho grounds I ADMISSION INCLUDING GRAND STAND 60c 1 Ladies Admitted Free Mondays and Fridays W 1 QUESTION HITS I LAJOIERECEIVED I I j I II ST LOUIS Oct 10Eac11 of tho five local sporting writers In com 1 menting on yesterdays American I I league baseball Barnes between tho i I Clovolanll and St Louis teams charge today that certain of the local team I allowed LaJole to obtain hits i The object 01 this It is charged 0 wa3 to enable him to score more hits during the season than were credited I to Cobb of Detroit LaJole is credited by the official scorer as being at bat four times in i each game of the double header t Each time he obtained a hit In the j i summary he Is also given a sacrifice hit The first time he hit a l...

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. — 11 October 1910

r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAB TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 1910 15 I l TODAY IS f r THiIE JIA Y I l r j f t dA Order iroe ti r i Hunts Perfect I Baking Powder and Flavoring Extracts t r f + l LiLFN CROWING ON TOP may not scorn very modest for us but tho exceptional quality of our feed makes us fool surd that our claim to Top Notch Goodness will be echoed by those who have bought from us Can wo supply your want In the grain and hay line CHAS F GROTJT 3G2 Twentyfourth Street s Heater Heats the Floor Most heaters deliver their I heat at the top This heat following its natural tendency rushes to the ceiling Tho lower part of tho room receives no benefit of this heat until Iho entire upper part Is first heated Wo Live on the Floor Not on the Ceiling r 4 E t I Vulcan r Odorless Gas Heaters Deliver all of the heat at the floor lcvelwhere you want it and where you have need for it Sit aa far as 15 feet from this heater and you can feel Its genial warmth When Jack Frost gives your feet his serious...

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. — 11 October 1910

pit < r T I I N it or THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 1910 o w4r1EuruittgO tau ar Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann A Fearless Independent Newspaper It Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies to Punish i HEAR ALL SIDES rI I T While This Paper Has Strong Republican Predilections It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columns arc Fair and Just to All Parties and Creeds MINNESOTA FOREST FIRES I There was some criticism of the forest service when the fires of the Northwest wer raging Tho enemies of Gifford Pinchot said that if the forests were privately cared for or in the keeping of the states there would have been no conflagration How unreasonablo these criticisms are is shown by the sweep of the flames through the for ests of Minnesota which are not under the control of the forest ser vice In loss of life the fires now raging promise to be more terrible than those which devoured the fire fighters in Montana Idaho and Washington this summer and the timb...

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. — 11 October 1910

f P47 r < 1 J ilJ IJI r J J I I eo I r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 1910 II 1 y I I 1 I I I I FOR tlAlLOEEN Olothing of thc right sort clothing that defies the merchant tailor as to exclusive fabric de sign the best style shapeholding fit and most of all the aristo cratic welldressed lirthat is what wo offer you HERE in our FALL CLOTHING I A looking over of our stocks I 1 fe our best II bid for your patron 1 age 10 TO 35 WatsonTanner Clothing Co 376 24th Ior Tho Making of GLASSES requires patlenco skill ana modern machinery Wo are thoroughly equipped Let us teat your eyes and make you the mosl comfortable pair you over had J T RUSHMER Lens Grinding Optician 24G4 Washington Ave Ten yean In Ogden I For Lumhel 1 See The VoIker5cowcrof E lumber Co i Before Buying Anywhere Either Phone 612 Or Call 237 24th St Ogden i a TS the fat fellow and the J lanky boy who have trou T ble getting a decent looking suit We are specialists in fit ting the hard to fit All the pat...

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. — 11 October 1910

C r I I s I I 1 rHE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 1910 t I I Ul I I i I 1 8 n I If i I I t l i 1T a i o t oc f ufffYCa ri rT I ftIAI > Tn S 1 R ct = fLi < I IB Clothing the Boy fOur I i r Our double Breasted and Norfolk Suits meet r the requirements of Boys from S to 15 years of age r They arc stylish dressy and natty > I The fabrics arc t very durable andin patterns J suitable for Boys Clothes J y Illoywere made by special makers who under I stand the boys clothes proposition and who make f clothes right I XTRAGOOJY SUITS Jp3 350 c4 5 TO 10 I FRED M A NYE CO 2413 Washing Ave I = t 1J tf crLn 4 J Tfa IW f Lo ura = w 1 oIL DESERTED fiN ENfiLAND BYIJIFE Suiting a divorce from his wife Annie Anderson Henry Anderson ap peared in the district oourt this morn ing and testified that he married An nie In England In the year 1901 but that he had not lived with lie since the year 1902 Mr Anderson stated that his wife without provocation and against his will and conse...

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. — 11 October 1910

I I jl a 8 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER lit 1910 i T1 I JNo Lime Phosphait I am quite poillive that tho L u o of alum baking powder should bo condemned Pro IaujrKin University of MiMean In buying baking powder examine the label and take I 7 only a brand shown to be i made with Cream of Tar1a I jJtc i j N hPRICES CREIM H A pure wholesome reliable Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder Dmproves the Savor aid adds to tbe heaRillLin ness ol the loot H tr DEATHS AND k FUNERALS I VERA BARNETT I The remains of Vera the sixyear H old daughter of Mr and Mrs James Haruott was interred yesterday after r ijioon In tho Huutsvllle ccmeteryut 1 4 oclock Counsellor Ferrlu presided at the I services which were private except to members of the immediate family I MILD LIQUID GURES ECZEMA f r = Skin Sufferers Drop Greasy Salves and Nasty Medicines I That mild soothing liquid D D D Prescription stops the awful Itch with the first drops A prescription I of acknowledged value I Get a trial...

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. — 12 October 1910

V r V J 1 111 I 0 1 r TV r + i it i t0S t 1 I 1 LET YOUR WANTS BE A1 F + WEATHER FORECAST KNOWN IN THE 4t 1 I tnbar THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT TH2 i w trt t WEATHER WILL BE UNSETTLED EVENING STANDARD JV t PROBABLY WITH SHOWERS TO NIGHT OR TOMORROW COOLER IN NORTH PORTION TONIGHT Fortieth Year No 245 Price Five Cent j 1 OGDEN CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 12 1910 I I Entered aa Second Class Matter at tho Poctofficc Ogden Utah 1 ACC DENTS I IN 4MERCA English Compensation 1 Laws Recommended I by Civic Federation j Xcw York Oct 12The legal com mittee of thpNational Civic Federa tion which has been at work for Bomo I time drafting a tentative compensa i tion plan for uniform state loglsla jlon as a substitute for the present liability laws announces that Il wILfe fsoon submit Its plan to the commls i f slonors on uniform state laws In the I fortysix states and territories and to I a subcommltteo on compensation ap pointed by tho American Bar associ ation as well as to tho executive c...

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. — 12 October 1910

L oW > r > l f f J Ii Cf 1 4 v F 1 1 I r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 1910 I REA L ESTAT E FOR SEAL Bf RGAJINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS i ARAWE WLLSI REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE I < 2G Eccles BIdg Both phones 11 I 18 this not the truth I Anyone will sell if you offer them enough money And some one will eell for a great deal less than their I property la worth It is those people that the buyer IB looking for I Read the following A beautiful well Improved farm of I 110 acres 50 acres of first class I sandy loam and CO acres of good pas I ture 15 head of good milch cows 6 calves and 1 bull 10 pigs and 1 f Berkshire hog 1 span of maros and a I colts 50 tons of hay and luO chickens 2 wagons buggy and all the Imple f ments necessary to run a farm good T barn and Implement sheds 7room I brick houso strictly modern Both hot and cold water etc A good family I t orchard thrcn flowing wells and first claps water right Just think horses cows pigs hay Implements...

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. — 12 October 1910

i L I V F 4 J 2 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 1910 I l > J I I RACES RACES IIIar r j t OGDEN RACING ASSOCIATION AIR GROUNDS Oct 3 to 15 Inclusive 6 = iflirii Class Races Daily = 6 I I RAIN OR SHINE RACES COMMENCE 240 Street cars run direct to the grounds ADMISSION INCLUDING GRAND STAND 60c Ladies Admitted Free Mondays and Fridays I H 1 1FiPc ii J LEXINGTON Ky Oct 11 Earl Jr I won the 2O6 pace the featuro of the cord here today in the fast time of 1 204 and in straight heats Well i I Uriven by Cox ho managed to take 1 first place at the finish though har I pressed by V A in tho last two i heats I The 218 paco was won by How I Icy which look tho Inst three heats after losing the first to AUiol R The Plunger third choice son of The Bondsman took tho 213 trot win ning three heals after Major Welling ton the favorite had captured the first J firstBetsy C n strong favorite in the 202 trot took the first two heats but lost the third to Henry Winter and the event w...

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. — 12 October 1910

r T l of i i THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 1910 I 1 jlr I I I 1 I I t < t 4 J I i I I < ooJ I I Y crr I r I i i It i I I III 1 p I t 1 Jill I I I I I I 111111I1111111 ihtliiUlll I I ¼ Beauty of form complexion 1 and features is grently en er hanced by lustrous healthy hairEDPINAUDS EDPINAUDS 11 HAIR TONIC Eau do Quinin imports brilliancy and elasticity to the hair prevents it falling out kcepo the ocalp wholesome nnd is delightfully refreshing Refined fragrance and quality 50c and 100 per bottle A liberal letting cample io cent by our American offices on receipt of lOc Parfuinene ED PIN UD y 1 j3 ED PIXAUD BUM NEW YORK u slat lEtllllllllllllltlllllllllilll C7 i I rOii1i Jump with jo v b when you know us and I OU 11 jump right in here for any clothing you need We tailor to please you and well go the limit to do so 602 wool ens to make your choice for a lit t or overcoat IIMVAN DYKE ARLINGTON HOTEL Agency for Kahn Tailoring Co Indianapolis 1 1 I t HEMP RN ...

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. — 12 October 1910

i < A f t 4 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12910 Ir1nrt4g tttU ar I Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann 1 + A Fearless Independent Newspaper It p Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies i to Punish HEAR ALL SIDES While This Paper Has StrongJ epublican Predilections It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columns are Fair and just to All Parties and Creeds NOT GOOD FOR CHILDREN The colored comic supplement of the Sunday newspapers is being widely condemned and of late organized bodies such as the Associated Clubs of New York have been making a campaign against the trashy illustrations in their grotesque and sensational features C G Leland supervisor of libraries of the board of education in New York City in an address on the harm done children by comic papers said There is no need for us to quarrel with this kind of art for grownups it probably has its virtues But for children we want some thing better There is such a wealth of good clean wholesome fun in...

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. — 12 October 1910

r i THE EVENING STANDAKir OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 1910 p7 r I j r e t a u i a y i FOR HALLOW1N Clothing of the right sort clothing that defies the merchant tailor as to exclusive fabric de sign the best style shapeholding fit and most of allthc aristo f cratic welldressed airthat is what wo offer you HERE in our FALL CLOTHING A looking over of our stocks f is our beat bid for your patron I age r cf 10 TO 35 WatsonTanner Clothing Co 376 24tl rtLA1JJ Tho Making of GLASSES 1 rqulres patience skill ana modern machinery Vo are thoroughly equlppod Let us teat jour eyes and mako you the most comfortable pair you cor had J T RUSHMER Lens Grinding Optician 24G4 Washington Avo 1 Ten ears In Ogden r cJOCIETY I 500 PARTY The new 500 club met with Mr A W Walker at her home on North 11 Washington avpnue last Saturday aft 1 ornoon Guests for three tables en joyed tho pleasant afternoon Xo prizes are awarded but a cut Is made for a pretty little souvenir of the oc r casion rs Joe Scowcroft ...

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. — 12 October 1910

1 1 r 6 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 1010 j = iiiEE frli I L I + S WEA TERS I I T HIS is Sweater Season and our Sweater stock is now nt its best reV c the I best made I 1 We have the regulation sweater stSles and also the r + new and popular Coat Sweat t ers i its L R t rim Colors in navy maroon h t Y white gray green nnd brown 4 Some with colored striped tr trimming Special values from a special maker iI MENS COAT SWEATERS I tI I 250 3 4 TO 6 l gi1 BOYS COAT SWEATERS e t tE 1r t SI S125 150 TO ta C r 250 ti m rr I There are several months of sweater weather ahead and the choosing now is easy FRED M NYE CO 2413 Washington Ave III S 111 E f i BEAUREfiARD H PRAISES I ELETRA I F Under the auspices of the Ogden Teachers association the great rag ed Elektra of Sopokles will be pre sented at the Ogden theatre Friday right by Mr Raymond Runcnn and 1 his company of players who como + direct from the Royal theatre at Ath ens This will he the most classic and attractiv...

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. — 12 October 1910

r p I I n s THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 1910 l II oY I I I bAII6 POWDER I Absolutely Pure I I The only baking powdtes I matSe from iRoyaS Grape I cream of TsHas I I Uo Alum Ho Lime Phosphate APPROPRIATIONS FOR I INffRIOR DEPARTMENT WASHINGTON Oct llIr Secre tary Dallliigcrs estimate expendi tures for the interior department hold good the appropriation for the deport ment for the next fiscal year Includ ing pensions will fall about 2000 000 below the appropriation of 175 000000 for the present year The estimates of the bureau of the I department aggregating 177000000 I woro submitted to the secretary be fore ho started west In consonance I with the bureau chlefH tho secretary j succeeded In reducing that nmount to I the extent of almost 1000000 Of this 2000000 will como out of the I pension fund because of the natural decrease of the pension rolls NOTED RAJlRUAD CONTRACTOR DEAD SAN FRANCISCO Oct 11 Michael II J Henry the millionaire railroad con F tractor of ...

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