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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 9 October 1910

J t 4 I THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 91910 r u 1 i i I t t t r t i r t s X n J i r l M S 1 k J I l The mI ld Is pre t raduato isij fe states itf work It ti e there If 1 n 1 efE5t61 tainted Inc I I theta ht cii to conditwJ sJ tr 000040 RIDERSiC l Oct oi C nor mf i peon ll ua ked his tf IIrcordl 1 cd here to vere u t IVlCN ralidE I p0000 t SIster SB Aliment r fSS S pe lijaII ° t1jrrimtl Sg ° IEter pt bore iWIvDde 3qS 1tIII Jwcn krel a I eDT d jfs IDi ° fen ad tf IDt i Wn i6 S n sir SUII1I1 y nit IIW ruUJ1 ifl28 a1hW ay I Wrl 11 pNf r iWf1 ha Uf + l ji YOJ caJ 4 So > i ul fVJ trln1 lIrp tell IDet ° P 1fW 111D1 dtO tb aura bodQCtor I mcnb S1 i III irf 1 eJ 95 P ajl fU rt fDIJ1 km uOJ aO cntlJ1 d u t I ttQa ° i NON LAO 1 STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rlnoo56 BUSINESS OFFICE Either phone one ring 56 RANDOM REfERENCfsI funeral for Infant Tho funeral for Vera Infant daughter of Oscar and Rosa DonnJoy will TJO hold at 2 clock on Sun...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 9 October 1910

C I i t r TrfM 1 Jr i l I 6 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 9 1910 r 1 I I I CORA flUS AND THE SEIITH CASE District Attorney Nathan J Harris yesterday filed nn Infdrnintlon charging N L Sealh and Cora Ellis with grand larceny alleged to have been committed August 25 of this year I Tho Information especially charges that on the day in question the de fendants stole and carried away a ladys Svhlto hat worth 520 a black dross skirt worth 25 a ladys dark red suit valued at 50 and a shirt waist worth 35 all of the probable valuo of 100 the property of Battle Ij Burt a scarf worth 2760 a black > Bilk skirt valued at S and a silk waist worth 5 all of the probable value of JOoO tho property of Knth ryn Burt and a 50 suit of clothes be longing to Thomas G Burt It will be recalled that Miss I > Hla was omiiloyod at tho Burt homo and that when she left the above named wearing apparel was missed Sho and Seath were arrested at Omaha shortly after their departure from this ci...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 9 October 1910

I lv 11 THE MORNING STANDARD O DEN UTAH SUNDAY OCIOgJj 9 1910 1 F rsat at ISll i I 95 1 78 18 00 H I ffl 1s I C r e I ilk L F I C cli 25 Ic j I c titi LtO LtOe riho ho ndf F nun WEEK ON lOCAL CHANGf Columbus Con Been Uneasy for r Six DaysIron Blossom Is Unchanged SALT LAKE Oct S Another raid was mado on Columbus Consolidated this morning as the fitting closo ol a slim week for tho local stock ox change Durint the past six days Co lumbus has been uneasy and Irregu lar This morning it was given an other hand bump that sent It down to 31 cents tho lowest It has sold since tho assessment At that time It did not go below that price During tho session no less than 2320 shares were disposed or Iron Blossom and Cedar Talisman were unchanged and there was no r selling In Colorado Nevada Hills re mained at the usual price of 2 35 and Silver King Coalition brought 2O2A The total number of shares disposed II of this morning amounted to 34320 while the amount paid out for securi ties was 5 9SG T...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 9 October 1910

3 L It urap v A > h r r F i w tr V t f > 7iftI 8 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 9 1910 J < H I WHERE SCONTACT 1 II > IJ IJi f 0 I t g0 k 1 I I > r f M t I i Y s I t 0 h I s 1 WHAT IS CONTACT I I I I WATCH THUS SPACE I r = I RANDOM REfERENCES r Continued from Page Five I I Canadian Sheep ManC F Guston a sheepman of Forest Ontario ar jived in Ogden jcstorday Mi Gus I ton IB hen to Investigate the pros pccus for the November sales of sheep 1 I I and Is in conference with John Raw HngB and other sheep men of Can ada already here From Pocatello Mrs John Hood of Pocatello Idaho Is visiting In Og den Gorman Aid society rummage sale Oct 13 11 15 251C Washington ave Had Watch Stolen Stanley Truck an employe of the Union Depot last I night reported the loss of a pold El gin watch Truck bellcvon that the watch was stolen I + Salt Lakers In OjjdenMr and Mrs Erlckson of Salt Yake are spending I a few days In Ogden CONFERENCE SPECIAL TRAIN to Salt Lake via OREGON SH...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 16 October 1910

1 FULL ASSOCLi TED 1 p THE BEST rI PRESS DISPATCHES C r ADVERTISING MEDIUM i k r AND SPECIAL OTHER c 4 r t > IN THE NEWS FEATURES STATE OF UTAH i And Successors to THE DAHL MORNING EXAMINER 1 i VOT VllNO 276 OGDEN I UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 16 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH 1 a r 1i ANlfY KfTCHtl IS I AT HANUS Of ASSASS N j ft Middleweight Champion Pugilist of the World Shot Down in Cold Blood by Ranch Hand Who Makes His Escape t r PASSES AWAY AfTER TWELVE ii HOURS Of TERRIBLE SUfHRNG Posse and Bloodhounds from Springfield Mo in Pursuit of Heavily Armed Slayer Who Has r 11 Fortified Himself in Wooded Hills < j II t I j SPRINGFIELD Mo Oct 15 1 J Stanley Ketchel middleweight cham pion puglllst of the world tiled here MJ tonight at 705 oclock as a result rJ 4 of being shot early today by Walter i1 A Ilurtz a ranch hand The shooting took place on the M ranch of R P DIckersou a friend of Ketcliols near Conway forty miles fiSt of here I Regains Consciousness r An hour before ho died ICctc...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 16 October 1910

I 1 L r a f 2 0 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 16 1910 H r SPORTS 1 L I L GRANO CIRCUIT b i LEXINGTON Ky ct 15 Colora j I 1 do E under a good drive by Bus la r 1 t coy broke tho worlds record for 3 yearold trotters on tho closing day of the Kentucky Trotting Horse I Breeders association fall meeting to I i day when ho won the Kentucky stake In straight heats He beat his own V record of 205 34 made at Colhm bus a full second and also beat tho 3yoarold pacing LImo by thrccquar I tors of a second I It was the third time this year that tho Estabrook colt has lowered the worlds record The best previous time on tho stake was 206 34 mal ir i by General Watts in 1007 which was also a worlds record Results Tho Stoll stake for 210 trotters 3 In 5 value S025Tho Plunger won Baron Penn > second Crclghlon third i Best time 207 12 The Kentucky stnke for 3yearokl p trotters 2 In 3 value 2000 Colo rado E won George Todd second Sue D third Best time 201 34 I 205 pace 3 in L purse 1...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 16 October 1910

t a I i l L THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 16 1910 3 t f m4 UNDESIRABLE T LEAVE MmnUJA I 1 I 1 Men and Women of the Tender I loin Are Flocking to South America Government Immigration Law Prove a Terror to Aliens o HELENA Mont Oct 15 Hun dreds of undesirable aliens men anll h women of easy morality have lloi from Montana within the past few months according to an Invostlgatior rnnJc by the Immigration service foi the district of Montana and Jdalu with headquarters In this city Tc South America many have gone while many othors have fled over the line Into Canada never to return U this country The new immigration law is TO Fponstble for this light of the sin IIPM and It has resulted In the ten dorloln districts of Montana cities where In the past the foreign elc anent preponderated being given over I almost entirely to native born sinners Tho French men and French women pro sold to be of tho past In this state They have been hurried BO Icng that when the new law wont in...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 16 October 1910

t r t j r 4 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 16 1910 11 1 Vt ID4r nrut1tg taItharb t I Published Daily by William Glasmann t I i i A Fearless Independent Newspaper It Has No Friends to Reward and Enemies I to Punish HEAR ALL SIDES j While This Paper Has Strong Republican Predilections It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columns arc Fair and I I Just to All Parties and Creeds 1 WEATHER FOREOAST I p 1 I UTAH Showers Sunday Monday partly cloudy 7 I I REFORM IN CIVIL SERVICE = I I The civil service commission has thought it necessary to issue a decree that no more than two members of the same family shall be allowed to receive government appointments There has long been I a rule of this sort but it has been evaded a good deal The truth is there is no logic in it for it is based on the old assumption that federal appointments are to be considered as political plums to be distributed as special favors where they will do the most good in 1 stead of being pure business engage...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 16 October 1910

i S THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 16 1910 > ti t L MT tel I i J i s 1 dij I Ii j er than i where t Take J I O ted brthif hand 0 t1 pcned neflX > ntyseft 2f pnue raw day I afto tcrday bal e concicW rk lowff district 15 udson ar = uHtls if roller 11 nd of thY j r 1 v firS I S P z J i 5 I 1 F t DOCTORS lAm INCURABlE i 1 RELIEVED BY PERUNA l Z fIl lltfjlj f II tt sJ l ffs1 jrr If iMH j II Mrs E West m 137 Main St wMenasha VVis Ji1flllliIJfJ l 1lY ligjltk Z j ffIIjlIf l1 ll f f filHHlU1i i Catarrli of the Stornaci ft1 I > c < > A > X > M < m vv < l > n tt r t1 PnhHst and Strong Sn1 Mrs E West 137 Main St Jlonasha Wis writes Wo have used Poruna In our fnmllj for a rinmbcr of years and when I say that It is a line medicine for catarrh and colds l know what I am talking about II have taken it every Spring and Fall for four years and 1 find that it keeps me robust strong with splendid appetite and free from any illness A few years ago it cured m...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 16 October 1910

J r Ie 6 THE MORNING STANDARD OGBLN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 16 1910 < L t I W Coats for Women Who Want Extra Large Sizes F Anew shipment of coats for large worn en r makes it possible to fit those who want coats r as large as size 51 r I I 1 n This word some of you have been looking for Coats for j those of our customers who have not heretofore been able to i 5 find garments of liberal making In buying these coats we it f were particular that they be large thru the hips every part of I 4i Hi1 the garment which might possibly be small was given special j H 13Jj 3 attention and liberal designing II Material of Black Kersey 1250 I 1 t f Rich Black Silks Are Temptingly I f Priced JI ri s1 NOT FREQUENTLY THAT BLACK SILKS ARE OFFERED IIi I Ii 4 FERED BELOW THE STANDARD PRICES FOR A FEW ii DAYS MORE WE OFFER THESE DIGNIFIED MATERIALS j II t i AT THESE PRICES t > 12Ginch Black Taffeta 100 quality G7c i 1 30inch Black Taffeta 125 Iufllitr77 Ii I 140 quality Black Taffeta Sill97c II l > ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 16 October 1910

r fl E f F I I 1 l II c THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 16 1010 7 a I I I Jll 1 J H I i I j I Mining Stocks and Markets BRIGHTER LOOK ON lOCAL CHANGI Ohio Copper Feature of Exchange Iron Blossom and Columbus Con Active Participants SALT LAKE Oct 160hlo Copper continues to be a feature on the local stock exchange and Its price ns again advanced this morning a sin j I Sit sale being made at 205 after j which 210 was asked The buying i on tho local board of this issue has I boon good from the time it began to soil around SlGC and there appears I to be an unlimited order for this stock at prevailing prices While Mr Hclnze has not yet sailed for Europe on his mission to com plete the financing of the property there arc purchasers for the stock who claim that the proposition is practically llnanced and that the mon ey will bo forthcoming within a few weeks The remainder of the list did not faro so well as Ohio Copper There was a sale of Silver King Coalition at 202 12 which...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 16 October 1910

j T i I T i I t1 5 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 16 1910 II I t p I I > I t i j I I 0 + IaJ 1 l I J IL iA li = J r 1 1 n CONTACT NEVo i F TlaaFs line place for met l I l J Largest Copper Deposits in the land Its a fluxing oreThe big operators arcalready in I Contact Railroad now laid 40 miles out from Twin FallsLots in the Railroad Towiisito for mine Worth 1000 to 10000 with the railroad in camp 1 Ogdenls the logical Point 1 j Waficfo This Space t I I tor < < 11ZlH r hlr c wPT 1F H i ADOM I ERNiS 1 Continued from Page FIvo I i BAND DANCE next Tuesday night at the Congress Academy Modern sixroom brick house on Orchard Ave for rent Apply 25U9 Orchard J i ROGers Recigns From TicketAt I the mooting of the Republican cen tra committee of Ogden yesterday af I toruoou the resignation of Alonzo Rogers as candidate for election to the office of precinct constable was l 0 accepted and Henry Stock the G A 1 R veteran was nominated to nil the I place on the ticket Thor...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 23 October 1910

1 a 1 s r t J t AL EE EnN 1N roo ER LL I UI I oo oQ o o o j 0r I r i BBS ide all 3 I i 1 JH timely imel ensior ensi j It LlV outhro n Rof by tE r corn spiog oo volts voltsmw i unto lost IcJ horriblg iCt Will icsc nt linT ailed io e man it May oremas j top i he hi j ompany I other iv Th is wire if Ftorj icd on akiug li lager ble wa lie S3Y OSS tie vore cp fall igl sd wit rcroor s quiet es ha disco as still avo tt t minute al Tim trdn l It vas d bed ro ago part cWplg Pow irj3 pant a i f r I I I I I 1 A FULL ASSOCIATED r 4 4 PRESS DISPATCHES t A THE BEST 7 1 1 mr ADVERTISING MEDIUM AND OTHER e r q U i IN THE I SPECIAL Jo r STATE OF UTAH NEWS FEATURES And Successors to THE BAIJLY MORNING EXAMINER VOL VIINO 283 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 23 1910 PRIOE 65 CENTS PER MONTH 1 u AllPP I fOUND GUIlTY Of MURDER SETECED TO B r HAOEDOV I 15 i Doctor Receivestlie Death Sentence With Apparent CoolnessIgnores Offer of Support As i He Walks Out of Court Room PREJUDICE AGAINST EXECUTlrm r M ON CIRCUMST...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 23 October 1910

II It 0 1 Jjf 1 v 1 1 JJIIi J = r r S u t f 1 r j 1 r i I I i J I tl f j1 2 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 23 1910 J FE 1 OCTOBER 25 < u < < 7 = r OCTOBER 25 AZ r m + Ul JrFrJX J f rT il I = j 1 I n 1iM I i I a II 11 I THE STORE THlE HDEA I for of buying wearing a PP oral on credit ia u a good l existence I I U While this clone has only boon In the eX amount ff t r one Doubly ao If you buy on credit at The Mer l i 1 throe It Is evident from cantile The y i Mercantile j I years very biislneac done that Inotallmcnt Co really ex and tends I I customcrcfrlcndomade 3 credit Somo otoros or t extend weekly or w i bust t I the people realize that our way of doing monthly credit which means you must I lj t 1 t neso Is the right way Our buslneso Ir rowIng AN for what you buy within a week or a month pay v of HONEST built I 1 I Ing on a foundation ae tho case may bo NOT SO AT THE Al I 1 PRICES LIBERAL A GOODS GOODSlO MERCANTILE INSTALLMENT A f j co Re I r i i CREDIT Ao...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 23 October 1910

3 J < 1 t I i THE MORNING STANDARD OODEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 23 1910 3 l 1 1 1 Y i I r i r a h 0 i19 the 3 I 111 eod yea r7L eil > c j o c I Iii tad c d Ind en iii ltil ke 1 ten t rot It IlCr 1 > 0 nd i 1 11 t d i 1 III I CAIAR OF ThE IIEYS Olr AlW VS RECOCN ZED r A Cold Settled in ECidneys I Causing Serious Trouble Peruna Restores Health If1ATIUlII of the kidneys IB a l very much neglected disease It Is not until the disease has a film hold upon tho kidneys that the patient begins to realize that there Is sonic derangement of these organs The slight backaches the feelings of lassitude and other warning symp toms of kidney disease are overlooked They are not serious enouglTlo do lain tho patient from his regular work Even when ho discovers that the kidneys aro affected he does not lecogulzo the difficulty as being caus ed by catarrh I Cntarrh Is sometimes so very grad ual in its approach and Its earlier symptoms cause such slight discom fort that It Is not noticed However w...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 23 October 1910

i < i f w r 1 i o ij r fI f r rr 1 1 t J tdl l 1 i l i 4 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN TJIAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 23 1910 I I a r 1 I W11r jtnrl1iug taui1ar j Published Daily by William Glasnmnn f II A Fearless Independent Newspaper It + I Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies to Punish i 11 HEAR ALL SIDES p i 1 I 1 Vhilc This Paper Has Strong Republican Predilections I I t i 1 II It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columns arc Fair and iIII tt 1 t t I Just to All Parties and Creeds i + iti 1 I I I LI WEATHER FORECAST I i i I p I ti UTAH Partly cloudy Sunday and Monday cooler > i If I ii OUTRAGE BY SALT LAKE POLICE i r f I 1 The following story appeared on the front pnge of the Deseret 1 If t rl 6 1 News and is reprinted to show the operations of the police depart = = I I I t ment of the capital of the state of Utah I l1 G i A young woman living in Chicago got off a Western Pacific I f 1 train at the depot here this morning She had a return ticket good It I f for a stopover here in ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 23 October 1910

WI f tfi t r OCTOBER 23 1910 15 tJI THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN 0 UTAH SUNDAY J L uUI lr i rIbAt = Ju I t 1 i F 1 a I 1 t i Vt j 1 1 I + i of till phone itcasllsl cs any t l lknow know Frog repar Sucf low 07 J with a In nil ilesl inJ though of Ens her 4 les you ncinl HITS 1 hot wbo ct of 10 ° > hots la y inter a long r trouble n kidneY e mo no 1 ole Kld lor Kld bee and t prcsslon sing 1 ° lull bead irco bot d fool 1M bothered and rignln hn con P11 l < I i OE OF ff COflN6 < ATTACTONSATTft OODEN TAT i NOVEMBER AND DECiM8R G THE BIG MUSICAL SHOW DcWOLF HOPPER THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER MAX AL FIELDS FiaMAN JOS E HOWARD > in in in in in NEW YORKS BIGGEST MARY JANES PA THE GODDESS OF LIBERTY WE WONT GO HOME TILL THE COW AND THE MOON THE MATINEE IDOL MUSICAL SUCCESS I MORNING VIOLA ALLEN SAVAGES in YAWS BIG MAXINE ELLIOTT MADAME X JOHN MASON ELLEN BEACH THE WHITE SISTER WILLIAM FAVERSHAM in CONCERT COMPANY OF in in DOCKSTADERS MINSTRELS THE WITCHING HOUR MADAM NAZIMOVA THE WORLD AND...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 23 October 1910

Zi 7i 7 v f i x m = J I i I t ilj G 1SE IlORNirJG STANDARD OGDEN UTAR SUNDAY OCTOBER 23 1910 4 y z 11 OGDEN COMPANY R i Jr + 1148 COMPLAINT l f j Moran Construction People Say Sail i i J Lake City Employes Damaged I I Tholr Work l h j I I i I Salt Lake Oct 2The Moran I f Construction company of Ogden In u t Ill coiumunlcntion sent to the board or i I public works Friday evening charge I I t that city employes acting under or i i I I > ders from their superiors turned 1 j water from Parleys canyon Into Par I leys crock aqueduct washing out the > i j I t construction companys cribs piling I I i drains protection and other works l t This delayed tho companys work on i the aqueduct besides entailing mora l expense It Is charged and the con j btrucllou company demands 2000 t I I 1 compensatory damages I h The company also says that It has I i I C j been several months slnco the work > j I was finished and approved by the I + citys chief inspector yet It has nol I received Its fi...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 23 October 1910

ITh lfr 1 o j vS i Ilrt r l I < > > P r tV < ii I fi i c I t THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 23 1010 7 T H Mining Stocks and Markets LOCAL CHANGE CONTINUES GOOD Week Closes With the Best Trading of the Past Month i SALT LAKE Oct 22 Just 23 Btoclcs were traded In on the local stock market this morning which la tim largest number that has been transacted In during ono session of tho local market In several weeks There was considerable strength add I ed to the market today and buying I orders were much more plentiful Con S dltlons were right for a good mar I ket and there wero things to Indi cate that much bettor trading may be expected In the future Tho total number of stocks traded In was 3GSDO for which 9223 was paid out Trndc during tho week improved greatly over last week Tho total number of Shares that changed hands was 308781 for which the amount of 75814 SL was paid > Colorado was at 33 cents today nail XOOO shares were disposed of nt the price Gra...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 23 October 1910

I t v T11 c I I 8 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 23 1010 if J = = 1 = 1 I lil J JI l 4 b O CONY ACT NEVADA J j = I Yons Want a Chane 1f3Re One I MOIL I CONTACT HAS THE GREATEST COPPER ORE BODY EXTANT IT BORDERS THE I S GREAT VINEYARD LAND AND STOCK COMPANYS RANCH ON SALMON RIVER CON SIDER THE POSSIBILITIES BUSINESS LO TS WORTH TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS IN l I TWENTY MONTHS INVESTIGATE YOURSELF ONLY EIGHT HOURS FROM OGDEN I tier i > vat Watch This Space d H1 dr Th t r > w j IJrCLILIYOO > t > J 1io o1 tani I th r 7 I cx I r RANDOM > I I 1ftRNCS I tm 7 I I 1 fh Continued from Pago Flvo I I i1 ch I I j spq W II Scott of Pingrce Ida was tJ 1 in the city on business yesterday 0 i Mrs H Gllchriat of Falrdale visit J I 1J I ut cl with Ogden friends yesterday 1 I cst Carl Ilium of Malad Ida transact I I r GI ed business hero Saturday r v fi on Mr nod Mrs J C Glasbcrg Sr of t r to Hrlghara visited with J C Glusborg I t Ins Jr last evening and will remain In t fo Ogde...

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