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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 15 October 1910

c s c 0 h j lUJ4 ry ter > J 1 t t J ir r 1 4 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDENUTAH SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 1910 1 1 tttUkar 1 qtiE1ttutug I J Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann 1 A Fearless Independent Newspaper It Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies to Punish HEAR ALL SIDES I While This Paper Has Strong Republican Predilections It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columns are Fair and Just to All Parties and Creeds 1 I BETTER TIMES IN SIGHT The business outlook up to two weeks ago was not good in the t East but the crop report of the first of this week the postponing of actjon by the supreme court on the trust cases and the generally ac cepted report that the Interstate Commerce commission will allow the railroads to increase freight rates all have had a most favorable ef feet on the stock market in New York tending to reestablish confi dence and revive business Two months ago crop failures were reported and a discouraging outlook was presented Now it is announced that the A...

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. — 15 October 1910

I 0 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 1910 I 7 1 RANDOM j REFERENCES Continued from Pago FiVol I i Thoroughbred English bull pups for stale Van dor Schuit Floral Co 710 I 28th Sont to LoganAll of tho vaude ville performers of the Orphoum then Ire left this morning for logan whore they will put on a show tonight In tho Thatcher opera house The act ors were somewhat put out by tho order to play a onenight stand but I the change was mado necessary by the billing of the Throe Twins at the local play house for tonighL EXCURSION to Salt Lako via ORE I GON SHORT LINE Sunday Oct 1 16th Round trip rate 100 Tickets I good on all trains Including FORTY FIVE MINUTE FLYERS City Office 2514 Washington avenue Rush of Colonists Four extra pass enger trains went west over the South Pacific yesterday carrying the over flow of the colonist travel Thoro are believed to be more Oomo3eekers trav eling westward this year than at any time during tho past decade RoUor skating at Auditorium...

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. — 15 October 1910

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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. — 15 October 1910

S N 0 p I Fartt Two I THE OGDEN STANDARD I r age 9 to 16 t f Ji I FORTIETH YEAR NO 246 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING T BERJ5 J9JO PRICE FNE CENTSoJ I r i f t I > i r r i 1 1 i T r f O ll g h A lIV a 11 1 tc Ir e I t i l J N By EiIarrpie lfesco1tt SplD 1 foIrdl r i I t r i T is really inconceivable said her mother that so clever a person as Zoc can be so stupid I IT This is certainly her masterpiece said her sister Sylvia And I suppose interference would ruin everything It is not a particularly good match I wish we were not so fond of Antrobus with half a sigh A But we lrc1rd Sylvia as she watched Zoc dancing on the lawn with a stray child r It had never occurred to Zpo just from school that she was a personage of importance She knew f little about the wealth she had inherited from her i uncle Lewis because she had been named for his r wife She had been told that wealth was a rcsponsi h r n Well she has the makings of a duchess to her What are the makings of a duchess Her splen...

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. — 15 October 1910

r4 11 1 I pLJ HJVH ili 11 11 I r S I K I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 191U I I L I Wornans Safe Step t etr Looks is not hnrd to find If your eyes nro dL111f your skinfa sallow or your complexion muddy if yon linvo no roses in your checks do not bother I wilh cosmetics Donr risk harmful drugs Get good rich blood In your I veins and then you will have the bright looks nnd charm of perfect health I BEECHIM S I PILLS tire wonderful aids to women and womens looks If your blood Is poor if you nro pale weak nnd not up to tim murk your btomtuih nnd organs t IOC digestion and elimination are tho cause i Dccchams Pills correct faults They will help you to good diges tion and nctivo kidneys nnd regular bowelslo freedom from troubles hcut creating blood In all trUth and seriousness to lifemaking bntutyercittin purer Dcccham Pills health and good looks 3 ness yon will find that for good i Will Show the Right Way I i la boxen willi fall direction 10cnnd 25c I I H COAL ovnrJ...

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. — 15 October 1910

a l 1 TUlLE O6DE N STAPDAflD 1 1 NOVEL G H 015 T fOP HALLOWEEN I a i ttractive Favors and Decorations 9 < MOXG flue ideas for Halloween favors nud decorations uliicli I havAbccn designed for this year s i U tho Halloween ghost n most I interesting and sepulchral figure i nt first sight quite inexplicable to Lc onlooker The ghost may decorate l Le centre of the cupper table nt the Hal ovvocu feast or appear in the hall cornet r peer from a remote library alcove Vhorovcr this phantom takes his laud e is a most satisfactory fcatinc of the Wflrations anil few who see him will be Lie to solve the mystery of his being as heyiew his toll form shrouded in black white draperies and his lambent counte lance from within which streams a light ike that which the ghosts of all times Inc cast from their fearsome persons Vet the Halloween ghost with all his ffestiveness isnt hard to make nor be onil tho reach of any girl who is Riving n Talloween party lie is merely the toll st lamp in the house...

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. — 15 October 1910

I 4 t I I wQ2 if IOMMI G j j 1 I 1 CrLA LF4Li DR444EYaie J + 0 J J l I n r V 1 r I r I E i t + f r I I y By HELEN FALCO t CAPES ANDs i MANTLES will Bc Exceedingly Popu lar Brown to Be Favorite Color in New Shades J ONCERlING tailor bullts none CONCERNING the fact that noth ing tan supersede them for utility btylo and trlgness but all will admit that tho comforts of a loose mantle or caps ore without their fcqual evon In a tailor built Tho dress taaker will hall with Joy the gladsome bows that the Fall heralds aro on pouncing In loud and stentorian voices I the anhal fioin London and Paris of lho long coat and enveloping cape to lake the lead in out of door apparel While tailor btillta will of course po widely worn tho coals and capes will predominate BO tho provident woman may rest her economical soul and build her own Fall wardrobe from start to finish Many of tho now gowns are of course tailor made and nearly all have a tailor finish But almost any of them can ho duplicated by a p...

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. — 15 October 1910

I I i + iHHHlH + HHi r + + + lHH + I Marxian Club Socialists I r I t J x r EDITORIAL COMMITTEE Questions concerning Socialism j r Kate S Milliard answered Address all communica I r Eugene A Battell tions to Howard Hall 27S3 Pacific t Howard Hall avenue + I I + + + i + Hi + J ti Errors lilio straws upon the sur face tlowj Ho who would search for pearls must dive below Dryden SOCIALISM NEITHER SCHEME NOR DREAM Economic Developent Decides Moreover the construction of a plan upon which the future social order shall bo built has become In our days not only purposeless but whol ly Irreconcilable with the modern standpoint of science lu the course of the last century not only did a great revolution take place in the economic world hut likewise In the heads of ruen The comprehension of tbe causes of the social development Las become unite general Already In tho forties Marx and Engols showed and from that limo on every step In social science has proved Itthat In the last analysis the histor...

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. — 15 October 1910

fr r j j lil < = s J > ri < S i Y r w 1r Itll IE G ENS u N llJ A D n ti W Z I n tQ UN T E 55 j LI 5 I C I P I ANt i l 1 i i > ITALIA Ni4 L 1 T B E RsA T 0 D 1 rtc I Iii I r l i Y > i 1 1i J I l r y CJr t t I HE Story 0 2 Patrician Who I Has Surrendered Her Home Life in Beautiful Tuscany to Come jttSir V to ew York and Teach 750000 l1 f K4 wi r Yur I Sons and Daughters of Sunny + dr Italy Ho w to Live Here sri L I I CopjTlpbl 1010 bj tho J Yn York Ilornld Co All rlchl rMcrrrd 1 WOMAN slight of figure young delicate and I patrician one whose dusky Latin eyes ire I A shadoWcd by the tragedies of her own country men nurt women and whose heart Is torn by ii l the hardships they endure has come to New York city to touch 750000 Italians how to live I t She has left her beautiful home In Tuscany the I surroundings and association of her childhood she has Riven up family and friends In order to devote her future to the Italians who seek new life and fortune 1 In the United Sta...

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. — 15 October 1910

r 1 REAL EST A TE FOR REAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS ARAVE WilLIS REAL ESTATE LOANS AND 1 INSURANCE 426 Ecclcs Bldg Both phones 14 III this not the truth 7 Anyone will sell If you offer them enough money And some ono will sell for a great deal less than lliclr property IB worth H IB those people that the buyer Is looking for Read the following A beautiful well Improved farm of 110 acres 50 acres of first class sandy loam and 60 acres of good pas ture 16 head of good milch cows G calves and 1 bull 10 pigs and 1 Berkshire hog 1 span of mares and 2 I colts 60 tons of hay and lui chickens 2 wagons buggy and all the imple I ments necessary to run a farm good barn and Implement sheds 7 rom brick house strictly modern Both hot and cold water etc A good family orchard three flowing welis and first I class water right Just think horses cows pigs hay Implements house and everything for less than 13000 an acre Come I quick I 5 room modern brick house 12 block from Washington avenue to blo...

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. — 15 October 1910

c r I j 1 1 n t III ClenCC of armIng r It tt i rtr rrmS t fy tavurruhr 1P10 br Tijo Nnttooal Prow Chtciro Answers by the Veterinarian Dr A S Aloxandar ttUccniln Collcao c f Agrlcjlun Paralysis A FIND 1 urc bred yearling bull running out on alfalfa and also fed corn chop oats I trot corn and cob meal suddenly got dizzy staggered and lost the use of Its fore lenu Tho muscles wero quite numb and showed no feeling when pricked with a knife There were no symptoms of eIther anthrax or blackleg 1 cannot Imagine what was the m matter as wo fouud nothing much tho mat ter on examining the Internal organs after dnnlh There was largcmcnt of tho liver kidneys and lungs and some small gravel In tho bladder and also In tho ducts of the liver Tho veterinary docs not seem to be able to I make out just what was wrong Can you throw any light on tJ case as It Is a mys tery to u51H T Colorado t Reply Wo take It as about certain that tho bull suffered an attack of apoplexy which i caused a hemorrhage In ...

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. — 15 October 1910

i ff l I ill d T t fj j r c jJi 1 r l j r lfllL If t I t 1 1r I = r 7 r + 1 O T > oC iift 1f IHI IE A Q G IE N S TAN A lR IIJ I J T CJ = i 1 r r o i ARTS FASHIONS LAT fALL1tlrid WINTER HAT5 l Creations in Velvet Fur and Embroidered Silk W i i Jij > f I 7 x rG 4 < vj r4 = Black Satin Hat with Green Feather Thnto ropjrtslil 1 + I lll lir Rrntlinrr Esclu Ivofoityrislit IfMl NcwYoilt UrrnlH Prtiupanyi i I > BY MRS A T ASHMORE I KECOMIXG hat is the most J comforting article of clothing a t woman cnn posses and it is con r s j fidently asserted hat the women i who are the most admired for their appearance take unlimited r 1 I t rill a C in selecting each and every hat they y I purchase With the hain becomingly and fashionably arranged and with a smart II I j i nevfilmt a shabby old own will scarcely iE H bo noticed because the hat will at once y t challenge attention j 1 lints arc eccentric but how could they bcothorwise in this dny when eccentricity Jt 1 reigns supreme A cons...

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