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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 29 October 1910

1lI V Jtry r > TEE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 191C b 1 I yP 1 1r < UNON LABEL p N STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone N 322 i Independent two rir x56 BUSINESS OFFICE Either pho r one ring i 6 RANDOM REFERENCES J Young of Lakcflido was In Og den last ulgbt Roller skating at Auditorium rink every afternoon and evening Jude by Uio Wurlltzcr Military band Ad mhialon at all 80C1111on 10 enta I skaUg 15 cents extra IL A Kuhn of Bvanatcn waa In I the city yesterday I Delicious Cream Paffg and Pino I Psstrloa at Ward k Drumnia Two I I ttoroa W E Crawloy of Logan was a rla Itor In tho city yesterday EXCURSION to Salt Lake via dRE GON SHORT LINK Sunday Oat 30 I Round trip rata JI Ticket good on all train Including FORTYFIVE MINUTE FLYERS City moo 2614 Washington avenue I T E Freeman of Reno called on friend In the city Friday I Call Allen phones 22 for cnrrIQJ for funerals and operas Prlvato calla I a specialty Alto prompt delivery of bttJI11Co < 12 25t...

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. — 29 October 1910

T r < 1 C r > C 1 I 4 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 1910 i Wl1r iuruttt9 tattar Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann A Fearless Independent Newspaper It Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies L to Punish t i HEAR ALL SIDES Vhile This Paper Has Strong Republican Predilections It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columns are Fair and I Just to All Parties and Creeds T 11 UP IN A BALLOON Q What a waste of talent this sailing of balloons for lonffdis tance record and what a risk of life this effort to float off into the wilderness of the north Hawley and Post in the America a rubber balloon made 1350 miles and narrowly escaped death in the achievement and now they are to be banqueted and their names are to go down on the records of the Aero Club of America as heroes They have given to the world nothing new or helpful they have simply demonstrated that if two men are foolhardy and well equipped with inflation lhy can drift with favorable winds to the...

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. — 29 October 1910

Ir r j < r I r J 1 t > t I r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SAlURDAY OCTOBER 2J lUlU T i r RANDOM t I REfERENCES Continued from PKO five T EXCURSION to Salt Lako via ORB I 0N SHORT LINK Sunday Oct 30 Round trip rate S1 Tickets ood on all trains Including FORTY FIVE Ml VI TE FLYERS City office 25 H Washington avenue k 1 The Missionary soclrtx of the First PrtblArlan rhureb will nrcet Taps day afternoon In the church parlors All j on rue ladle interU4 In chor us work will pleas see Mlea Kelson lmm > d < toly at Glen Uro music more Those In high school will hand their name to Mr Cross The Famous Shot Captain Gorw r Bartlett has returned from Healy Idaho afutr a number of days so Journ there In the Interests of his cartridge company Mr Bartlett r states that In all sections of Idaho much commercial progress Is being i made and he looks upon Healy as one of the most thriving cities in the j Gem stale He will return to Ban I Frandscn this evening and will tike 11 not return t...

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. — 29 October 1910

0 1frSFR J1 TTr r ffF < J = THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAB SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 1910 r I Everything for a man to wear from head to foot and from the 1 cuticle out I o A few of the specialties are b WatsonTanner Clothing the kind with snap distinctiveness jl ° 1 J and excellent tailoring and fit 10 to Jj > 35 I I b i Watson Tanner rcoatswarm snug comfortable stylish I I a creations 10 to S35 1rf r Other specialties are everything else hereall especially good l J for mens wear t tt l l IPT W atson Tanner Clothing Co 376 Twentyfourth Street Where the Clothes Fit I Ic STATE FAR I CRITIC IS ED I BY A PAPER 0 I t That there was some unfair judging at the Utah state fair Js the state ment made by the Breeders Gazette of Chicago an authority on such sub jects In its Issue of October 19 that paper speaking of tho fair says that I the horse exhibit so far as number Is concerned was decidedly disappoint Ii ing Lee Trammon of Weber county made a protest against the method of awards and of...

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. — 29 October 1910

I q i I I I Part Two I L THE OGDEN STANDARD I Pages 9to 16 l FORTIETH YEAR NO 260 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 29 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS JI Jj 1 f 1f J CORPORAL HERR NG9S fiRST FIGHT a r c d I By VICTOR ROUSSEAU f 1 I ORPORAL HERRING flattened his stom I ach against the ground He had shifted CORPORAL his ammunition pouches onto his haunches so that he might embrace his Mother Earth more closely and the cart ridges had dribbled out into a small metal lic pile on either side of him He had lost hit pull through and his shoulder ached vilely from the kick of his foul rifle With bleeding nails he scratched at a small mound of earth in front of him which he had made compact with stones If one of them things its me itllit me in me cad re eetcd the Corporal Corporal Herrings world consisted of a fiery mil burning in a zone of blue some distant bould ers horrid with rolling rifle fire and the long yel low grass wisps that bent under the fitful wind Through these he could distingui...

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. — 29 October 1910

lG L J H r 1 13 1 = r 1 c SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 1910 s THE EVENING STANDAKIr OGDEN UTAH I S S I REPUBLIC TICKET I FOR CONGRESSMAN Howoll I Joseph FOR SUPREME JUDGE I D N Straup FOR STATE SENATOR Ocorgo J Kelly v FOR REPRESENTATIVES Charles A Ziemer JVI D Richardson S William Allison S V Grow FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 4 Years Moroni Skeen 2 Years 0 B Ma son FOR COUNTY CLERK Bamuel G Dye FOR COUNTY RECORDER S Joseph B Wallace FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY I David Jenson FOR COUNTY TREASURER Alma D Chambers FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Thomas E Mathows S FOR COUNTY SHERIFF E E Harrison FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR H J Craven I FOR CITY CONSTABLE H E Steelo DtMOCRATIC TICKET l STATE < FOR CONGRESS Ferdinand Erickson FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT Charles C Richards LEGISLATIVE S FOR STATE SENATOR S T Sam Browning S FOR REPRESENTATIVES D D McKay I S S Smith W H Tolhurst A E Pratt COUNTY I FOR COMMISSIONER S 4ycar term W J Parker S FOR COMMISSIONER 2year terra Levi J Taylor FOR CLERK Henry C Gwniam FOR ATTORNEY I J ...

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. — 29 October 1910

C < > C > f d C r t 4 i r 9 THE CDC IE N 51r A N A 1R + T e J I i li i INTER FASHIONS for sTobL and COLLEGE GIRL I EIYIT and corduroy arc the smarten of all afternoon matiri VELVET winter ADI this rule holds rood as woll for the school girl ax for n dbulnnto or her mother Nor is there anything more appropriate for drew wear than velvet wIth Its rich soft shades at once to handsome and w becoming Whenever velvet Is especially in vogue there is a like popularity of corduroy f null all tbe grades of cotton back velvet I c or velveteen which arArnry nearly an effective aa the velvet Itself Rod far lemur costly For a growing girl who can Mi atom wear a costume a second winter cither corduroy or velveteen in far more advisable than real velvet while this lew expensive quality of velvet Sa also tho more suitable Too poor a quality of any material however never make a good Investment and thin IK especially so In the case of all cotton velvets and corduroy of which the better grades...

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. — 29 October 1910

t U + r 1 r I JJ f G J h J J f 0 Jj y lnu 1 IJ r s oJ C A 3L EA4i 9cDcT 444 ai1SOJ3 + = T I u Im JlI tW tS r r DAYS o Caps f or I AUTUMN HATS FORYAUTUMN j To Suit Theatre 1 o do I All Types p ae Wear Of Faces By HELEN FALCO i s t j Co a r r u vu tf JmI FREAKISH J iIA rs NOT FOR SMART f AMERICAN WOMAN Exaggerated Styles Will Not Become Really Popular i t 1 in This CountryBeautiful Models Designed I f for the Coming Winter j HENEVT2R I hear men talki g W in their naive and fatuous way of the absurdity of womens fashions I wonder what on earth they would say if they saw pic tures of some of the fashions we dont wearmodels that milliners seem to put on tho market as If to find out Just how ridiculous women are willing to make themselves I have just been looking at somo that surely scorn to be the culmination of n debauch of the bizarre Hats that bafflo conjecture uulcss they are In tended to represent a Frenchmans idea of an American skyscraperhats that should oxclto a historians ad mir...

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. — 29 October 1910

it rl ti r j 1 I C fay 1 r J r > 1 r 1 < s t > Remember the Date I I THURSDAY JCL h7th sf f M FIRST AUCTION SALE EVER HELD OF WATER RIGHTS IN CONNECTION WITH OPENING OF Carey Act Lands Nearly 10000 acres under American Falls Canal and Power com panys system to be thrown for e open entry at Springfield near Blackfoot Idaho October 27 Water rights appurtenant will be sold at auction giving success ful bidder priority of right of entry of the land Seven towns contiguous and two railroad lines Land Including perpetual water right will be sold at minimum I price of 1500 and maximum price of 4050 The bidder fixes the price This land not hitherto open to entry Rett of tract entered as water was cold privately All to be cleared up quickly Hence the auction All of the land worth wit h water more than the minimum and much of It more than the maximum For particulars and descriptive folder address IDAHO IRRIGATED LANDS CO SALES AGENTS Blackfoot Idaho or r BOTHWELL MCONAUGHY 1 603 Boyd ...

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. — 29 October 1910

Y 3i 1 + rrrvMw l IM s I vdwt j i I Ii II 1ftTI IE rDE S1f AN Ifi e 4 or I Ai KOPLANES H AR VEST M OON 11 MINING Now for the Bird Men Who Ate Reaping V h + t t tr1 the Rewards of a Temporary Stage of Commercialism S j Hubert Latham Copyricht by E Filfattfr TfW U J 1 t L1 Count Jacques de Lessops 1 Charles F Willard Photo by Pictorial News Co l Copjrlsht 1010 by the Xcw 1orU HcnM Co All rlcbts referred i t HY It doesnt seem more than a week 66 t ago since the Wrights were guarding I their workshop like a diamond labora tory and every one else in the game was either sealing up keyholes or try Ing to peek through And now look at them So spoke n man In the stands at the recent Boston avi atlon meeting as he stood staring up at the triumph of the event when Messrs Walter L Brooklns Itnlpli c Johnstone Claude GrahameWhitc and C F Wlllard wore sailing the air above the field In open exhibition tP tion tionThe The man in the stands like the man In the street Is apt to voice the prevailing n...

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. — 29 October 1910

1 0 a I IT o e 1rIHIIE OGDEN STANDA < < i h down and lgau to ft careful stJtchws In the bodice E I of the Klectra Bowery be silk Inquired robe over the rim Of the clft X P D I L N T little deceit Is excusable if its for love isnt Itr AnytlilDC Mid Klectra McCullUm with her thin boulders and her okl maids figure Is excusable If Its for that By William Chester Ele sipped the cherry sbrnb E Estabrook y stabrool I 0 I yri jJ CotITI1 I 110 n ti 40 N w T wt lJenJ tY AU italu awta4 LIGHT drifted across the bills as old Dr TttI came out of hU boon nod went down I Into the village A tawny spring swollen stream slipped with a gurgltatlng sound be neath the worn boards of tot pike bridge The dust lay In poekrtrs from a recent rain illngJaO founlry odor tilled the air The phyldan passed the general toro that had > lunged to Joseph itltlenuouse IJe iookod In and waved a friendly greeting to Jolty KitlQuhouae the dead Joaepba son and the stores present proprietor Joey waa wearing a blue ...

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. — 29 October 1910

It li1ii1i 1 1 ll t = i IE fDEN 5T AN AIR t f c r tr 1 Ir PPE R tI V L R ro Y F A T I T NT A rp f1 I Ill I p IL 1 1 IN U 11 J 1 < u lJ u ja l J e J j > L t fo A t I VAL1EY r yv 1T r 1 rt1r Y f wj t t 51 i 1 1 Vr t i1 I = u r = T Vh j 1 + I t < r > Q f f f 1 > f Y I yY l tdf i + ti i h i v4 ii a II t J r < + r x µ = > I C S f r of k vr ttl 4 n I t m < i f i f < r < o4 1 1 lV X 1 1 Yi t tt ff 1io P < it i E1t I i her aids as guards whoso vigilance is eternal They comprise an nppulling defensive and at limes aggressive force and quite as much as Napoleons I troops who marched on Moscow Edward IIIs out j numbered knights and bowmen who triumphed at 1 Crecy and the marvellous Foreign Legion which Africa cngulfe In part each year our men on the Cop I i per River constitute an army and the huildlng of the j Copper River Railroad is one of the fiercest and most I spectacular battles ever fought The enemy Is Na 1 ture Nature who when conquered as she will be ...

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. — 29 October 1910

r1i i Fr > 1 r It i U TIIILEHIOGDEN STANDARD i j r il I ih C i I t A IS fASHIONS i JATEST Models for Evening Wraps A IJA t of Brocade Velvet and Fftt J 1 witb Chinchilla Collar and Cuffs i Iboto Copyright n10 by JlinithnsiT Exclusive fomnslit lOll N cw Votk m r thrultl BY MRS AT ASHMORE S p t BECOMING evening clool Is most csscutiul to the fashionable I I outfit und it is rather strange tliat more women do not realirc j tho fact Any wrap aufllciently warm or iu itself effective is chosen without the slightest regard being paid as to whether in color texture Hhapc or It might bo wild shapeless I TlcssIt will make a woman look her best is she stands under the most trying of I nil lights thoMC in the lobby of a theatre I I or opera or even ut the fashionable rcs tuurants For some unknown reason the management of nil public places pay small attention to the effect if the 1 lights and the woman who Inns been f the cynosure of all eyes for her beauty in I her box ut the play or the ope...

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. — 31 October 1910

I > r < or V f j Y 7r I I LET YOUR WANTS BE WEATHER FORECAST i I KNOWN IN THE t Fn U THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THK 1 WEATHER WILL BE FAIR AND t EVENING STANDARD P WARMER IN SOUTHERN POR i TION TOMORROW FAIR I t I 1 iI I j Fortieth YearNo 261 Price Five Center t Hd OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING OCTOBER 31 J9JO Entered as Second Claw Matter at the Poctoflice Ogden Utah t 1 CHINA fOR r d I I PROGRESS I I Early Establishment of a General Parliament h Sanctioned I pcklnr Oct 31It la believed that he throne ha decided to accede to i the demand of the senate and the pro rlnclal tlJfgatcr for tho early couvo cation of a popular parliament In the senate today and In tho pres pre 0 Aare Yu Hang stated that the on Ire nation from the highest to tho eret rata agreed upon the necessity I for the early oBtaliibment of a gen I era I parllom > nL The senators who Etodcrstand this to moan that their Bfinorlal would bo granted received i r declaration with prolonged cheer x The Importance of...

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. — 31 October 1910

1Q r I I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY OCTOBER 31 1910 > rR E A L E S T A T E i FOR MEAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS fOR SAL1I Fourroomed modern bOUU chap 2045 Lincoln Inll 102 Imo I 20 30 or 10 acres fine frnli land I on Sand Ridge ternw to suit Alto atpr in DaVIS Weber Counties Can J mpany for name KELLY A HER ICK 102MI SALT LAKE OGDEN ELECTRIC i RML WAY LEAVE OGDEN I C10 A p 730 a m 9 a m 1031 a in 12 noon 130 p m 3 p 20 iJO p m 6 p nx 730 p m 9 p m 1050 p m Twelve fRAt trains each way dally I Call Bambergor Express either phone for quick and careful i rvlce la Salt Lake valley I J F REAR DOl Con SupL UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE OCT 16th 1910 Mountain Time DENVER < RIO GRANDE R R OJlPART I ilmi for the Gnat 7W nm KtTo Salt Lake 7 9CO am U8 ll Lake Poisencer 14S pm KAtlutlC Limited iant 7 6 pm Atlantic Mall tIUt Opin Orand Junction Kzpret < VJ pm ARRIVE K IKJrden Paeen er IIin rum I Limited from caat JM5 pm I r lHbicaffo Ex from cut JWpm I liGrten Uxpreu a...

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. — 31 October 1910

= = 7 W1 r l r 1IU I 1 I 1 r n I r I I 2 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY OCTOBER 31 1010 l r CATARRH r r I A SPECIFIC BLOOD IMPURITY t i Catarrh is a deepseated blood dis ease one which no amount of local J treatment will ever permanently cure J The beneficial effects of washes sprays inhalations etc arc only i temporary and when left off the old i condition returns because the blood Is infected with catarrhal matter and impurities This impure condition of the circulation irritates and in flames the delicate mucous mem branes and tissues and produces the I Well known symptoms of ringing noises in the head and ears mucus in the throat headaches watery eyes partial deafness Gore throat general mpairment of health etc This con dition will remain growing worse aa long as the catarrhal matter is al lowed to remain in the blood Being specific blood impurity there is only one way to cure Catarrh and that is i to purity the blood Nothing equals S S S for this purpose It attacks t the...

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. — 31 October 1910

1 rl I r i THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEn UTAH MONDAY OCTOBER 31 1010 15 i 1 UNIO N LABEL STANDARD TELEPHONES r F EDITORIAL ROOM t Bell Phono No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE Either phoe one ring > 56 r rrt i RANDOM REfERENCES Roller skating at Auditorium rink every afternoon and evening Music by the Wurlltzer Military band Ad 1 mission at nil sessions 10 cents skates IE coats oxtra Mr and Mrs C Cowle of Boise are visiting friends In the city Delicious Cream Puffs and Pine Pastries at Ward fi Drumms Two store T E Frooman of Rono spent Sun day in the city Call Allon phones 22 for carrlngoa for funerals and operas Private calls a specialty Also prompt delivery of laggage 412 26th F Love of Evanston was a visitor in the city yesterday ANTEDClenn whlto raga at tho Standard G C Carriage of Golconda Nov arrived yesterday to transact busi ness In this city Kemmerdrfl best coal sold only by M L Jones Coal Co ANTHRACITE Youll kayo to hur ry If you get IL Phone 16 Shurtllff l Com...

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. — 31 October 1910

L J n I J 4 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY OCTOBER 31 1910 w11r IEnrningtanbath Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann A Fearless Independent Newspaper It I F Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies to Punish r HEAR ALL SIDES While This Paper Has Strong Republican Predilections It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columnsare Fair and Just to All Parties and Creeds CENSUS SOMEWHAT OF A FARCE The order of the census bureau reopening the enumeration of Tacoma Washington sets a precedent which may be a source of regret for those responsible for this granting of an unusual privilege Any city displeased with the census returns is as much entitled to a recount as this city in tho state of Washington although Tacomas I recount is in answer to the charge of having padded the census returns The censustaking of tho United States is becoming somewhat of I a farce there is such distrust placed in tho results of the enumerations I 1 tions The population of boom cities invariably is...

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. — 31 October 1910

f 1 r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY OCTOBER 31 1910 7 fr r The newest latest Fall in shoes for is last men r L to be had in our ft j TdatonTapershoe r JI ¼ I t L f 1 A Tb0 wing snap and genuine class of this sunorbly bench I made product will appeal to the most fastidious i In Gun Metal and Patent leathers and of real shapoholdinir ° comfort 3 to 5 I f jNewestLast i WA An T iininri > Clothing COo 376 Twentyfourth Street Where the Clothes Fit t J ItIt It I 1 T RANDOM L REfERENCES Continued from Pago Five I The women of Ogden are cordially Invited to nttend a Iidlo Mooting Lo be held at the Ogden Theatre Thurs day afternoon ovembr 3rd at 2 oclock The spcakcm will DA Mrs Susa Young Gate and Mrs Groosbeck of Salt Loko City Hon Carl Badger will also deliver an address Mrs I Llrife Thomas Edwards will lnK and tho Peerless Quartette will alao be I heard After the meeting a reception at which refreshments will be served will be held at the Court House Last DayTomorrow is tho las...

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