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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 31 October 1910

M 1 w rt 7 TIZ > for ti Y > rn Gt 111 i G THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAB MONDAY OCTOBER 31 1910 i OGDEN T iEA TER N V 6th and 7th SAM S AND LEE SHUBERT Inc WILL SEND JOHN i MASON and the New York Cast and Pro duction IN AUGUSTUS THOMAS GREAT TELEPATHIC DRAMA b6 IheWitching Dour 99 The Play that hag Thrilled New York for 18 Months THE GREATEST SENSATION SINCE TRILBY PRICES Lower Floor 150 Balcony 175c Scat Sale Tuesday Nov 1 10 a m I NOVEMBER x TERM OF COURT I I i Tlfo Second district court will not i be in session in Ogdcn until Wednes day November 2 on which day the t I Jurors for the November term will be I required to report for duty and the I t regular business of the term will bo I taken up according to the calendar ar rangement Judge Howell is at Farmington to day and tomorrow he will be at Mor gan The rest of the time durng No vember except a few days the judge will have to spend in other districts of the state will bo given to the con sideration of legal matters of Wo...

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. — 31 October 1910

I I < O > t t < f 1 = C f I L i llr I I s THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTkMONDAYOOTOBER 31 1910 IIi t J I i I Ito P K n vL l a II = = = t y r k rY I t I 0 A T Ilt 1 jtl rrTII J AK tiG POWDER AbsoHutely Pure The only baking poVVdep made from Royal Grape Stream of Tartar Ho Slum fJt Lime Phosphate I j REPUBliCANS AT COUNTY RALLIES I Republican spellbinders held forth in Hnntavlllo and West Weber Satur day evening and were attentively list ened to by a goodly portion of Uie population of the llttlo towns Mathon anloh Thonins of Salt Lake likewise hold a large nudlenco for about two hours at North Og den tolling them of the Glorious things embraced lu the Democratic Idea At the former place there was excel lent music by a band and several vo cal solos The speakers who ad dressed the meeting were as follows L Nathan J Harris E T Hulaniski 1 Col Ross McDonald George J Kelly j J B Wallace T E Mathews and M B Richardson At West Weber thero was music by a glee club and the Speakers we...

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. — 1 November 1910

1 l f 1 r j r na u I I < LET YOUR WANTS BE j WEATHER FORECAST KNOWN IN THE etin tnbat I I e e THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT TMc 1 EVENING STANDARD r WEATHER WILL BE FAIR AND WARMER IN SOUTHERN POR I 1 TION TOMORROW FAIR 1 1 II fortieth YClrNo 262 Price Five Cent II OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 1o J910 Entered a Second Cliai Matter at tho Postofflce Odor Utah 11 1 TRAGEOES I I N AFAMIILY I five Violent Deaths End ing With Killing in l Nevada Asylum gannras City Mo Nor 1When tit P M Qulon WM killed at the tcda aurlum yesterday tragedy iked into her family for the fifth pe within the last alx months on Jut April 30 Iftuls Hllon an purer of Mrs W D Gulon a daugb ln law of tho woman who wa kill yesterday murdorod William Kind in order to get a gun to kill the rotraan be loved Later he shot Mil pled hr and then committed suicide OB AU I2 W D Guion who In the eanum 1 had rouiarried shot his 16 yprol i wife and dangerously wound td Iff because ho said he loved r no ll > > IK...

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. — 1 November 1910

I oU r rJIJ r I JHE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1 1910 j REAL ESTATE FOR REAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS 50000000 Half a Million Dollars Worth 01 OGDEN REAL ESTATE ON THE MARKET r F For several year past I have btin Inn in K thiS most desirable residence property and ad ditions of this city buying at a spot cash price oi nunrcsidiiiU and others who desired to sell this property I have bought at a great sacrifice at spot cash figures I have thus secured several thousands of the most desirable building lots of Ogden During this time I have dirvoted nearly all of my time to the purchuse of this property nnd have paid little attention to the selling of the same I have MOW moved mj office to Number 3 61 Twentyfourth street being next door east of the Standard office where I have fitted up and equipped the most modern real estate office in Ogden and I shall nrm begin a campaign of sel ling This has been the most successful year I have ever had in the building and sell...

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. — 1 November 1910

5 f W j r ff 2r t f 7 I 1 rf S < Z YC J 7 1 I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1 1910 I = 11iF i The List of Nominations for General j Election November 8 1910 QUESTIONS j fM II I I I PARTV rl ffi LEVERS a v PULL TO RIGHT f TILL RINGS 1 I i J J J c I 1 rs i j 1 REPUBLICAN 1J 1 i oEKOCearie I J iJ v 1 I a 1 j > l Jrg g AMERICAN F1 j I PfNDER MAKES A I I CLEVER CAPTURE r A J Turner Wanted in the 4 East Was Employed in Lo I cal Railroad Office l Through tho otforts of Chief of Dc i cUus James Fender and other Og den police officials A J Turner alias Irunkey wanted at Memphis Tonn 7 1 for the alleged embezzlement of Y1O Question 1 Shall Section 7 Article 13 of the Constitution of the Stale be amended to change the rate of taxation for Stole purport to apportion the State texts and to create a High School Fund 1 YES N 0 J IL 1 ron jReprceentatliol In Congress 1 l IA Joseph Howell I B 4 Fcidlntnd Enckitn I IC JlCTKt A Smith 1D Allen T Sanford 2 j rOil JufltlCfe of th...

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. — 1 November 1910

v f f THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1 1910 5 1 11 I N LABEL I coEN I i i STANDARD TELEPHONES j EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rlnts56 t OFFICE DUSINESS i t Either photo one ring 56 I j II I I I RANDOMI REFERENCES i Tho women of Ogden are cordially I Invited to attend a Ladle Meeting to be held nt the Ogden Theatre Thurs day afternoon November 3rd At S oclock The speaker will be Mr SUCH Young Oaten and Mr lroebeck 4 of Salt LakB City Hon Carl Badger will also dollror un addrea Mr IJitlc Thomas Edward will sing and the Peerless Quartette will aJao be heard Aftop the mating a reception at which refreshment will bo served will bo held at the Court House Patrick Loonard of Lakeside waa a visitor In the city yestorday I Delicious Cream Pun nnd Fino pMtrle at Ward l Dnimina Two Etorcc ill si Kathorlno OConnoll of Salt Take spent Monday with friends In the cltr Call Allen phone 22 for carrlngoa for fnnoralt and opera Private calls a specialty Also prompt...

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. — 1 November 1910

> = aL irr THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY NOVEMBER 11910 I i m4r iEurutug aubarh I Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann I I A Fearless Independent Newspaper It Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies to Punish t j I HEAR ALL SIDES While This Paper Has Strong Republican Predilections 1 It Is Spt a Party Organ and Its News Columns are Fair and Just to All Parties and Creeds I MONEY FOR THE OITY GROWTH 0 I i The largo insurance companies have decided that Ogden is an I I inviting field of investment This is an important decision for this 1 city with its wonderful natural resources a great part of which is yet i j to be developed With half a million of outside money put into buildings on t Hudson avenue and the local money that would have gone to build I in residence district up tho avenue place in modern cottages the Ogden would begin to assume the position of importance its natural advantages have marked out 1 I By virtue of the fact that Ogden is selfcontained an...

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. — 1 November 1910

Ii I THE EV ± ILU fl1jAR OcrUxN biAH TuESDAY NOEiubi 1 1910 7 I p s The ncwe iatou Fall last in shoes for men is to be had in our ic = nap1uid genuine class of this superbly bench 4 1 PP05U to the most fastithous 1 In Gun Metal and Patent leathers and of real shaneholdinE l ° comfort I r I y C9 to < 5 r f JThe W atson Tanner Clothing Co I NewestLast 376 Twentyfourth Street Where the Clothes Fit tt T r ol ll = w 1 Icw L y FREE SOUVlEflliR 7rHURSDA Y RICHAlRDSNHUNT CO 1f THE CROCKERY PEOPLE ALL LADY VISITORS TO OUR STORE ON THIS DATE WILL BE PRESENTED WITH A P USEFUL AND VALUABLE GIFT t D iy1f THE CROCffCIERY PFOPLE PHONES BOTH 1 0 > v t na I RUSHMER SYSTEM I of pxarolnlug th rr > 11 jtbio I lutely our own and th samo results cannot be obtained else I where or by any other method Lot UI demonstrate our abil I r ity when you feel the neod of glaeiefl glaeieflJ t J T RUSHIiIER Manufacturing Optician I I Ton Yearn in Ordn I J 11 r RANDOM fERIENS I I Continued from Pago Five I Af...

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. — 1 November 1910

y It THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1 1910 I SEAT SALE NOW ON OGDEN THEATER I i i NOV 6th and 7th SAM S AND LEE SHUBERT Inc WILL SEND I i JOHN If I I MASON i and the New York Cast and Pro duction I IN AUGUSTUS THOMAS GREAT h TELEPATHIC DRAMA The Witching Dour The Play that has Thrilled New York for 18 Months I THE GREATEST SENSATION SINCE TRILBY r PRICES Lower Floor 150 Balcony 175c m j 1 1 i fOULfiER TO DELIVER A I LECTURE Albert 13 Foulger will deliver his interesting and Instructive Illustrated lecture oil Africa In the Ogden High school tonight for the benefit of the classes of thu SubHigh school to which the public is Invited Ho will show during the evening the most interesting lot of African pictures ever brought to this country some of which will bo the Cape Point show ing the highest lighthouse in tho world also tho estate of the tale Cecil John Rlioades with Its beautiful + mansion both Interior and exterior Its grounds animals etc Table mountain which see...

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. — 1 November 1910

tir tt + = P srr = J 7 7 = or + Iff THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1 1910 8 I J = i = JI 6 The Official Tests show Dr Prices Baking Powder 10 be mos I efficient in strength 01 highest purity and healiMuIness D PRICES CREAM BAIIIDPDWDER No Alum No Phosphate 01 Lime Ii r WHAT nm SOCIAL rI t I + REFORMERS SAW l Chicago Nov IAsldng for an en I dowment fund oC 100000 and suggest ing that the first place to Inaugurate a campaign against the white slave I traffic Is in the nations capital the nineteen social reformers who left Chicago in September for n social purity campaign through the west south and north returned yesterday and made a report to the American Purity federation The members of the delegation visited St Paul Minneapolis Seattle Tacoma San Francisco Houston Texas as Now Orleans Memphis Washington t ton and the principal cities of western Canada v They report that they found condi tions much worse in the west than in Chicago hut not one of the delegation was ...

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. — 2 November 1910

I L LET YOUR WANTS BE F WEATHER FORECAST KNOWN IN THE t utnt THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE STANDARD EVENING WEATHER WILL BE FAIR AND WARMER IN SOUTHERN POR RRs TF = TION TOMORROW FAIR I fortieth YearNo 263Pricc Five Cent OGDEN CITY UTAH VEDNESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 2 1910 Entered at Second Clasi Matter at tho Postofllce OQden Utah BATTLESHIP MAINE BLOWN UP BY CUBANS IN ORDER TO PROVOKE WAR I t American Officers Sent to Havana Harbor to Investigate Find Part of the Cable Which Connected With the Mine That Des ¬ 1 troyed the American Ship t Kansas CUr Nov Lecturing at St Georges church here last night Colonel Jasper Ewing Brady one of the tour officers lent by the govern ment to investigate the destruction of the battleship Maine In Havana har bor Fib 14 1898 declared the mine which dMtroyed the ship was placed by the Cubans la order to bring war with Spain and the deliverance of Cuba He further asserted that tho Information had been sent to the Prell M Int and secretary of war Whan I wo...

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. — 2 November 1910

I f THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1910 3 R EA L E ST A TE FOR REAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS 50000000 Half a Million Dollars Worth ofi OGDEN REAL ESTATE ON THE MARKET For several years past I have boon bu > iriK th most desirable residence property and ad ditions of this city buying at a spot cash price o i nonresidents and others who desired to sell tins property I have bought at a great sacrifice at spot cash figures I have thus secured several thousands of the most desirable building lots of Ogden During this time I have devoted nearly nil of my time to the purchase of this property and have pnid little attention to the selling of the same I have now moved my office to Number 3 64 Twentyfourth street being next door east of the Standard office where I have fitted up and quipped the most modern real cstato office in Ogden and I shall now begin a campaign of selling This has been the most successful year I have ever had in the building and selling of ...

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. — 2 November 1910

r r I J WEDNESDAY NOV EMBER21910 THETVENI STANDARD OGDEN UTAH 11 1 I I ID ir furutl1 tattbar i Published Daily Except Sundays byWin Glasmann A Fearless Independent Newspaper It Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies to Punish I I I HEAR ALL SIDES I I While This Paper Has Strong Republican Predilections It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columns are Fair and t Just to All Parties and Creeds I j I HOW TO VOTE TUESDAY S I We have been asked to explain the amendments to the Utah I constitution The amendments are all important and the people I should know just what they are asked to voto 1 Question No1 proposes to amend Section 7 of Article 13 of the j constitution of the state of Utah The present constitution provides I t that the state rate of taxation shall not be over eight mills on the I dollar until the property valuation of Utah reaches 200000000 I thereafter the taxes shall not be more than five mills on the dollar J I The taxable value of the state of Utah is about 190000000 ...

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. — 2 November 1910

THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1016 5 I i iUNION LA6 L I EN STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 ndependent ltWO rlngtS6 BUSINESS OFFICE one ring 66 Either hof RANDOM REFERENCES Visit From StorkAn 8pound dbier was born yesterday to Mr aDd Mrs J M McCKmkey of 365 Third I1tL Mrs McCkwkey Is a daughter df W D Yearger v DollClous Cream Puffs and Fine pMtrius at Ward L Drnmmi Two dotes torR W MeCurdy of Reno was In the city on business yesterday Call Allen phono 22 for carrlagsa for funerals and operas Private calls a specialty Also prompt delivery of Iagiago 112 6lh Mr and Mrs I F Hulen of Brig tam vlsltid with Ogden friends yes terday WANTED Clean white rags at the Standard o J R Crorapton of Boise transacted business In the city Tuesday Komraonrfl best coal old only by 31 L Jones Coal Co II G Plotoher called on Ogden friends yesterday He Is a resident of Grand Junction Colo Advertisers must havo their copy for tho Evening Standard the ovonlng befo...

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. — 2 November 1910

j F f1 r < c I if t A Y NOVEMBER 2 1917 I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY 6 1J1 v AA fi I I I I 1 I i t r I t Hnestintheworld forM naIJ4Youngien I I I J I i e I rW 1SY I i Ijt EN U E NE V I FIFTNn YOAIt i I I I SotSjaxcluaivcIj b 7 I i I FRED M NYE CO I 2413 Washington Ave I L4Sb I yZ U 5 a t t I i SEAT SALE NOW ON I Ii OGDEN I EATER NOVO 6th and 7th ju SAM S AND LEE SHUBERT Inc WILL SEND i iI lf nF f < T I U m Ji w 1 jMASON i and tho New York Cact and Pro i duction I AUGUSTUS THOMAS GREAT Ii TELEPATHIC DRAMA I 66 The Witching our II The Play that has Thrilled New York for 18 Months r I THE GREATEST SENSATION SINCE TRILBY i PRICES Lower Floor 150 Balcony 175c 0 fUMES fROM 1E I lARORA TORr ROOM I A number of tho employes of the city hall aro offering objections to i tho presence of the chemical labor atory of the engineering department in the cellar of the building Tho objections aro caused by the variety of unfragraut odors which at short Inter vals pervade tho entir...

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. — 2 November 1910

F I h3 VENIN J SiDARD OGDeN UTAH WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1910 vf 1 The newest 1sst Isli lu in hOlll for men is to bt had In our fJ WaICOll tflr Shoe Theh1 ip cd gc1l1iDe of thi ro eii3iy bench l fT QWil1 lIJfeaJtG not flhldlous i i i In Qua Metal ind PaUnt leather I and of real 5hapholdiDg I comfort 0 I j 3to5 4 Newest USI 1 tsonTanner Clothing Co 1 376 Twentyfourth Street Where the Clothes Fit c RANDOM REfERENCES Continued from Page Five Ralph Gulbrlo hAA roop nerl his brokerage office With private wiz s to all fxehaowii and market at 417 415 First National Han building Vldttoc Visit Poatponed John A WUstoe of the Agricultural College Logan cannot possibly at Und the Parents department of the Sixth ward on Sunday next lie how ever will meet with the parent Ui the near future Wanted to buy good driving horse 1200 pounds or orer safe and sound Ogden Sewer Pipe 4 Clay Co Congress Dancing Academy Is 10 be clouts for a couple of weeks and then reopened under the management of W P Foster Ha...

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. — 2 November 1910

T 1I I I s THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1910 I H v a 81 I BAKING POWDER I S w hw ui I v > i 1 I I I v Coale Royal Book on fmmodktely receipt of Z + tit s mailed free your nddroaa r t I t I Tells How to Make 178 Kinds of Cake I Ii Cakes or V all kinds ror all people i made with are best Roy i I J SPIECIJJULY FINE FOR 1A YEll t AIKE j r E I i j 1 I I va tt lr rt f I kC r I I I i EXTRA INNIN 1 6AnlES PLAYED New York Nov 2Exactly 176 ex t tni inning games re played In tho two major leagues during tho baseball season just ended The National lea which guo teams had fiftyfour games could not ho decided m nlno Innings while the American league shows 72 contests which were tied In the end of the ninth The longest game in the list was with the Philadelphia I Cleveland contest of July 22 which was still tied at 1 to 1 when it was called at the end of tho sixteenth in r 1 nlne Fourteen American league games went to fourteen innings or more r They were as follows I Six...

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