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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 5 November 1910

° > r i I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5 1910 IS tm r f t i I I I I I I t h i Vl J j I ii + tl 0 ty 3 ji1 s p tusNcV L a UNION LABEL c F STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM L Boll Phone No 322 Independent two rings06 DUSINESS OFFICE Either phoi o one ring D6 RANDOM REFERENCES Frank Fay of Reno was In the city yesterday Delicious Cream Puffs and Fine Pastries al Ward S Drumms Two stores C E Harvey and wife of Boise Idaho are visiting friends In Ogden Call Allen phones 22 for carriages for funerals and operas Private calls a specialty Also prompt delivery of baggage 412 25th J P Jensen of Lymnn Wyo wus In Ogden on business Thursday WANTED Clean whlto rags at the Standard I W Ellis of Salt Lake called on friends hero yesterday Kemmcror8 best coal sold only by M L Jones Coal Co M Dunbar a resident of Liberty Utah Is In the city Advertisers must have their copy for the Evening Standard the evening before the day on which the adver tisement Is to appear lu order to ...

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. — 5 November 1910

t 1 I r OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY NOVEMBER o XU1U THE EVENING STANDARD o I GoI t HENRY MILLER IN HER HUSBANDS WIFE AT I I THE OEPHEUM ONE NIGHT 7TH ONLY MONDAY NOV 1j NOW A RESIDENT i Of UTAF COUNTY I Y A Frlese a former resident of Ogden IR In the city spending u few day with relatives and friends Mr Friese Is now keeping a mountain L r roadhouso at the divide between Dan I F luIs canyon and tho Strawberry riv Jf er a few miles east ot Heber city I f This is the wagon road traveled by peoplo going to and from tho Uinlalt resorvatlon country which was open I ed to settlement in the year 1905 There Is considerable travel over the I mountain highway The Rio Grande company has a branch railroad lead i Ing through Provo canyon from Provo 4 city to Hebor city making tho latter placo a heavy distributing point for tho Ulntah country Mr Friese states that work Is pro gressing rapidly on tho Strawberry I vnlley reclamation project which is j being conducted by the United States t government The g...

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. — 5 November 1910

jft 41 L I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6 1010 t 11 V vf f VvJ 4 RUG MUFF 193 t 4 FUR SCARF 198 Mao of rich French Coney J h e > g VI I ri t French Black Coney of along long luxirious nap Full ani t ° long soft lustrous fur stylish mal shapesatin lined 4 val L A GOOD TO TRADE designwill match muff described 198 us scribed opposite 3 Another Busy Week on our Splendid Second Floor A = b mr nHzu HG > V 3 rr HIS splendid Second Floor of ours offers to you today the best service THIS have known in years The management is entirely changed Mr W C Wright now giving to these departments his personal atten tion With the new management has come a system of pricing which I has met with instant approval by the public This new system briefly stated is the adherence to one pnc made so low at the beginning that no special concessions are made or expected When prices are lowered the public shall know of them and have the advantage with the items here mentioned hwm T VlM &l...

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. — 5 November 1910

I I 8 THE EVENING STArfDlKD OGDEn UTAH SA U1WAY NOVEMBER 8 1910 I U I I r I I I R OGD l 1 T T BllL D A THE November WEDNESDAY CRAS A SELLON in Another Merry Musical Extravaganza j I o SLy I 1 4 4 I I y I i I i I I I f y I I i Lyrics and music by Carleton Lee Colby t j I 4tlh2PEOPLEIill1ii140 A COMPANION TO THE CAT AND THE FIDDLE t 1 I t I i i 16 GORGEOUS SCENES 20 SONG HITS Gorgeousness Fun Fancy Mirth Music Pret Lets Aviate Way Up to the Moon ty Girls and Boys Surely Are Here I I j i + Prices e e e 150 100 75c 50c 25c I I i Seat Sale Tuesday 1 0 a m > i r iI 1CIt7 Cr u i n y Both Phones 323 j I GlVlW 1 t W 1 V I i Jill HEAT ld One Big Scroam t HIGH LIFE IN JAIL t A Travesty by Ron Shields with Will H Sloan and W H Bill Mack The Newest Vaudeville Sensation RAMESES The Wonder Worker In His Egyptian Temple of Mysteries The Mysterious SightThe Incuba tion Growing Real Flowers in Space p The Fire Goddess etc Mr Zellah Miss Rose r COVINGTON AND WILBUR Present The Parsonage by Zellah C...

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. — 5 November 1910

I 11 f t Part Two THE OGDEN STANDARD I Pages 9 to 16 I FORTIETH YEAFNO 266 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 51910 PRICE FIVE CENTS r J j 1 i E 1 I I j I r t i f I i f YI i E t 1 j A R t r 1 tt G E r t I 0 f Iu S P I N GTID E I hl By JEAlNNETTE MARKS WT lad dear no more or yell be Imm an attack an A Annces words soundcd inconclusive although she fortified them by an ani mated gesture with her plump wrinkled hand Her eyes glanced timidly from the window to Davids face But Annce ycve no said a word of the cuckoo said David plaintively Ay the cuckoo replied Annec her heart sink ing as she sent her voice upthe cuckoo Has it come Did yc hear it The old man clasped and unclasped his hands helplessly childish disappointment overspreading his face David dear if yed but listen to what I was a goin to sayAnnee gulpedI was agoin to say that Ive no heard the cuckoo yet but that every thins so ovcrearly an Im cxpectin to hear one any time now Its so warm there might be one singin at dusk...

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. — 5 November 1910

1 I I i 0 r I e ij 4 f 1 l J i I I I 11 OlYJB 5 E A 7 t f t l r I 1 r 1 l I 1 po z5i EJ T CNA L r TThEF 4 0 4 J rtcDr + 1 M 11rary4l1 ly C = 4 t S lKr ra a1Yli Q I I gg o r THE NEW r EVENING GOWNS J GI1arI6S DWU6r I I raOB By HELEN FALGO L EQitor i rf v CTJ i ti4 f I t Enmpire Modes Appear II Ag i r n1 Banrooms I I But Not the Extremely High Waist Line Nor the t Exaggerated and Eccentric II Hobble j SkirtGraceful Lines IID other day I was looking THE some old files of a maqa I zlncI wont toll you what would probably magazine for you r ably sniff and particularly at somo of George Du Maiulers Jlluatratloiio And ono of tho first was a caricature of the prevailing womens fashions of the daya gentle scoff of the cartoon ti I Jst at the skirts then worn skirts so tight that their wearers could hardly walk In fact the woman in the car toon Is represented as saying that she had been obliged to rebuild her house I because she could not climb stairs In the gowns then Imposed by fashion And t...

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. — 5 November 1910

I The List of Nominations lor General P < Election it November 89 1910 ry 1 I 1 QU81 = PATV LEVERS PULLTO RIGHT TILL BELL RINGS REPUBLICAN J B P DEhIDCRATIC r SOCIALIST i J AMERIfAN = = Question 2 Shall Section 2 of Article 10 of the Coo + thudon of tho State be amended to define what shall constitute the Public School Sy tem 7 YES A NO Question 3 Shall Section 3 of Arlitle 10 of the Constitution of the State be amended to defino what hall conililule the Stale School Fond end to provide for the Apportionment of the High School Fund 7 YES 4 NOr R Jl1rublie lJlli Precincfi Officers < Precinct Justice Constable Eden J W Shupc William Gould I Knrr West N Chnrlrs Grobcri Uarrisville Charles Owens J J Hutzley lluntsvillc William II Burrows Thomas W Stoker 1 Kanesville Samuel Peterson Jan os Kawson Marriott T P Terry Archibald Stangcr 1 North Ogden William B Jones B E Chatelnin Plain City < William England Joseph Ilutcbinson Pleasant View R T Rhces John Barrett I Rivcrdnlc Joseph ...

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. — 5 November 1910

i J = = I t = = 1r IHI IE CG IE N T A N IT AJR I wTo ME FHOTOGRAFtlY A S AN INTERESTING II II JI WILQ nd P RAe TIC AL + N every girls home there lies a charm ing field for tin use of tin camera which opens up not only wonderful I > o > sililitn v for herself from an artis I I tic point of view hut irovcs a source I of constant joy lo her family and I j Vicnds She can portray little character I J sties tvlikli would nicr have shone forth i t in the more formal surroundings of tin professional photographer studio repro duce interesting hits of indoor life or fa miliar out of door ifnes about which as time goes on interest must always liner Jniuimorablo are the subjects which can be selected liy the amateur girl photogrn pier on whieh to try her skill For ex ample an artistic briar is enjoyed by nearly every one whether familiar with t the surroundings hr noi as witness the thousands of such ptctircs that have been reproduced in the mgimnos of recent r l years Tljev mvarSnhly pns...

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. — 5 November 1910

W f IJ 1 ii THE NEW l Rengo Belt CORSET Have you seen it Conforming to all the latest requirements of lasluoii it is especially designed for stout figures has no superior eI as an abdomen reducer and is 1 guaranteed not to break r f The RENCO BELT on the fS front of this corset is responsible ii I forTile comfort it gives thcstvlc it produces the way it wears the 1 IIj t I I hygienic support it gives the figure I I 1 1 1 I and the modish swing gives the l i II gown I r li I III f Ask the corset deparlmcntof any Ii I II leading store to fit you with a 111 j1 RENGO BELT CORSET ml of the proper model and sic and you will find the first real comfort you have I ever known in a corset that makes the I 1 medium and stout figure shapely with n out pinching fIj i Rcngo Belt Jl H 1 I p ii Style 43 has High Bust and 1 I 11 iII 1l I Ji PI Style 47 Low Bust 2 110 J C u 9 a flE9 ° tylc l11MYlE49 ftylc 49 High Bust and f I IJ 1 Style 50 Medium Bust f r I 11 II k Extra quality Imported 3 00 t y Cou...

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. — 5 November 1910

r IL = bras R visa aimoma mappa argepyo + u r i I t iJ I l THE OGDEP STANDARD ffj F J iJf I I YJ I f 4 r r r rs i f 1 gglml 1 ll I Y J Y i < TH E q I J 1 y I r A i f t c a J 15 Ir I JG rIT T B U R G r Yl 1 t r m c r t I 7 ibJUD Co and Dirt ftp to the Knees Money the Rest of ih J Way Says a Native and Then He Proceeds to Point Out the New Idea and Its Progress J I BY EDWARD HUNGERFORD Conyrlrbt 1910 br the New Yorl Hcrnld Co All rta his rNcftd MAN slipped Into n strange city for the first time at eventide In thc morning bo awoke ofA In Ills hotel room It was very dark and he I fumbled across the room to the electric switch I In the sudden radiance that followed he sput 1 tcrcO at himself for having awakened so early for he was a man fond of hlf lazy sleep In the morning Ho fumbled In his pockets and found his watch Ten m minutes to ulue it said to him Stoppedsaid the man halt aloud I forgot to wind It once again I I But the watch had not stopped Insecure In his own mind he lifted ...

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. — 5 November 1910

4 r 1 1 < JAi E 1 T A T E FOR REAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS jsEAV Uirccrom frame houso In rail road district lot 38 fool fronl with alloy at n ar cement foundaUon and cement lined cellar clothes closet nad kltchon cabinet front and back porch electric lights Inside finish of natural wood Prlco 1200 cash 25O balance In monthly payments HUNTER KENNEDY 211 First National bldR J1531 FOR SALE < room house pantry and cloact 1500 A payment down Tanlnco 11 month at fi per ccnt In terest 104 32n strop llolwk SAIrr LAKE OGDEN I ELECTRiC I RAILWAY LEAVE OGDEN G10 a p 730 a m 9 n m 1035 I o m 12 noon 130 p m 3 p n I 430 p m IJ II W 730 p m D II w j 030 P m I Twelve fast trains each way dally Call Banborgor EXIJre86 eIther phone for quick and careful 3crvlco I in Salt Lake valley J F REARDON Gen Suot UNION DEPOTn I TIME CARDI I EFFECTIVE OCT 16th 1910 Mountain Time I DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DEPART GIExpnlIt1 for the Eat iOO am 1To Slll LJku 100 am 12 Salt IAko Pa lentl < r IZ4S nm 2...

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. — 5 November 1910

r r i I T AiR j c < llJEN AJ I rM 0 I I t AKISFASUIONS r ffATES1 Models for Plain i and Figured Velvet Gowns l BY MRS A T ASHMORE I I r ATvIA iu the canon word went forth from Fashions headquarter I L the ter that velvet wnn to be I most fashionable fabric thin win I ter and In conflequencu for some time there have been models dis pbsyod of smart street costumes of velvet velveteen and corduroy Onlr recently however have the more elaborate Htreet gowns and thoso intended for afternoon I d and evening been exhibited although the N season is so near at hand when velvet gowns are to be worn The fabric is so emphatically suited to I ocohd weather that its use all summer combined with the thinnest of materials i such as chiffon and lingerie has seemed n f almost too incongruous to be attractive It but eccentricity being the watchword of modern dress the combination has been ac cepted and admired Entire velvet gowns and velvet costumes hive not however I been included in summer outfits...

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. — 7 November 1910

t I Ii li LET YOUR WANTS BE G WEATHER FORECAST J KNOWN IN THE THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT TH n WEATHER WILL BE PARTLY STANDARD r r 1 y CLOUDY AND WARMER TONIGHT EVENING S y + t NIGHT TOMORROW PARTLY CLOUDY Fortieth YearNo 207 Price Flvo Cento OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 7 J9JO Entered no Second Clans Matter at the Poetoffloe option Utah + lEPPEllN is COM NG Great German Airship i Inventor Was Inspired by the Civil War New Yorl Nov 7Coul1t Ferdin and YOU Zoppolln the German air ship rnaker Is planning to visit Anior lea some time In thu next year or two according to lilfi cousin Hugo In New York von Zeppelin who Is now with his wife on the first stage of nn American pleasure trip Hugo is associated with tho count In his work orkYou know tho count bears vivid recollections of his part In your civil I war when ho made his first trip In a balloon It was with General Carl I Schurzs brigade that he had his first I opportunity to ascend In n fI captive balloon to tako observations...

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. — 7 November 1910

i rl MONDAY NOVEMBER 7 1910 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH 2 I I TV I II 1 H TONlfiUT > LaceAopear II JOHN MASON OGDEN in THEATER u The Witching = Dour Prices 100 75e 50c a T UNl II I I MiSSION WEEK GREAT SUCCESS I I i The Iledcruptorlst priests who have I 11 been conducting Borvlcca at Sl To t sephs Catholic church In this city I for tho pabt week brought the inla I sloe to a successful close last ovon Ing Tho weeks cervices wore closed In a most solemn manner tho final ceremony consisting of tho rosary und a sermon hy tho Rev Father Ma leney I His subject was Tho IVIeanR of I I Porsovcrancc and during his re marks the mission priest compliment ed the people on the faith and gcnor oslty shown during the week noting their regular attendanco during tho eight days both morning and evening Ho argued that it wan something I inoro than Idle curiosity that moved tho people to attend tho services and this fact was testimony of their evi dence of sincere faith and deep piety Father Malo...

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. — 7 November 1910

I p r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 7 1910 3 L m J J t J < ii C I t EST ATE FOR REAL JBARGA S CONSULT THESE COLUMNS In rail frame houso fl NEW Uiroorora road district lot 3S foot front with cement foundation and alley at rear lined collar clothes closet cement and kitchen cabinet front and back porch electric lights Inside finish of natural wood Price 1200 cash s > 60 balance In monthly payments HUNTER KENNEDY 211 Firat National bldg 11521 10 20 30 or 10 acres fine fruit land on Snnd Rldgo terms to suit Also = = = SALT lLAKlE I OGDEN lELECTRHC RAILWAY LEAVE OGDEN I C10 a p 730 a mq 9 a m 1031 a m 12 noon 130 p m 3 p ai j 130 p m C p m 730 p m 9 p in i 1030 p ID I Twelve fast trains each way dally I Call Banborgor Express cither phone for quick and careful service in Salt Lako valley J F REARDON Gen Suut DE I UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE OCT 16th 1910 Mountain Time DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DEPART I ClExprosa for tho Eant 700 rum 10To Salt Lako 900 am 12 SAlt 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. — 7 November 1910

d t It THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 7 1910 1 1 11 Wl1bli iEuntiug v taubar l1 Published Daily Except Sundays by W Si Glasmann f A Fearless Independent NeWspaper It Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies to Punish PunishHEAR HEAR ALL SIDES While This Paper Has Strong Republican Predilections I It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columns are Fair and Just to All Parties and Creeds WHEN WATER STORAGE PAYS From a comparatively small beginning the Davis Weber I Counties Canal company has grown to be a most important and finan cially strong concern A few years ago the farmers of the Sand 1 Ridge to the south of Ogden decided that they must have more I water and a more reliable source of supply so they had bonds issued and they expended 110000 in building a dam in East Canyon creek 26 miles back in the Wasatch range II The dam was made 100 feet high and it stored 13500 acre feet of water After that land on the Sand Ridge became highly valu able and crop failures unknow...

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. — 7 November 1910

I + r ill THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 7 1910 5 j I 4 UNION LABEL OG rl STANDARD TELEPHONES i EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE Either phone one Inc 56 RANDOM I REFERENCES Delicious Cream Puffs and Fine Pastries at Ward Drumms Two stores rV W E Monoghan was among the Salt Lakers In the city yesterday Call Allen phones 22 for carriages for funerals and operas Private calls a specialty Also prompt delivery of baggage 412 25th F II Rouh and C A Merrick of Devils Slide were In the city yester day WANTED Clean while rags at tho Standard Ii F Wilson of Salt Lake was In the city yesterday Kemmerers beat coal ogld only by M L Jones Coal Co C M TJ Houston of Denver audi tor for the Portland Cement compa ny Is In the city on business Advertisers must havo their copy for the Evening Standard the evening before the day on which tho adver tisement Is to appear In order to In sure publication S ANTHRACITE Youll have to bur ry If you get It...

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. — 7 November 1910

I 1 I f i r a THE 4EVENING STANDARD OGDEN uTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER J1910 OGDEN THEATRE I I WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 ONE NIGHt ONLY t V J i U I l IIIf SEATS TUESDAY 10 A M APOSTLE MKA Y I I f r S OUTSPOKEN n Sends An Open Letter to This Paper Defining His Position on the I Present Great Issue and Declaring His Purpose as to the Future Refers to Heber Scowcrofts Public I Declaration 1 J V I 1 II Apostle David 0 McKay has sent I the following open letter to the Standard called forth by the letter of Heber Scowcroft published on Satur I JO t day last To the Editor of the Standard and to > < the Members of the Ogden Better ment League and Citizens of Weber County l Dear 1ondsIn view of the pub licity given to tho resignation and j expression of discouragement made I by my esteemed friend and fellow worker Mr Heber Scowcroft chair t man of the executive committee of I tho board of trustees it becomes ne cessary to say a word in behalf of tho League Upon my return from California last Thursd...

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. — 7 November 1910

r I IHE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 7 1910 7 I r Wlicn the mercury begins its downward course theres no tolling f justwhcr0it will stopso be prepared with a warm comfortable 5 r t 7 r s I hYt 7 stylishly tailored overcoat that will give satisfaction both as to wear i I and I appearance I i p We have just what you want in the above overcoats that are of a expert careful cutting and manufacture and the best of this sea sons fabrics and styles r 10 TO 35 I fl I I The same applies with equal force to our suits > II rv 10 TO 35 v I WatsonTanner Clothing Co 376 24 th Where the Clothes Fltrr I RANDOM REfERENCES I Continued from Page Flvol Congress Dancing Academy reopens Wednesday November Oth Now management New rules and regula I tlona Dancing S30 to 12 W P i Foster manager Junk Dealer Aarmed Abraham I Singer a Junk dealer of 179 Twenty j fifth street Is fearful that men whom ho hired to gather Junk for him have t loft tho country taking tho Junk wa j gon and horse and ...

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. — 7 November 1910

8 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAL MONDAY NOVEMBER 7 1910 Y J t 1 I 7 ½ I I Ic I LIH H A I l Royal Baiting t t Powder Lot 2 I biscuit is tIle luxury of eat I ing tfie acme of eatthfuI foods < s 1 t > O j L li i j D W nu L j OJ d er I JfsUOJdeUy J lPiBle i Tfie absolute 4 protection of our bread bis cuit and cake from alem is i ntheuseof lROIALBakmg r Powder onlyo The only baking p powder made from Royal Grape 4 Cream of Tartar CHAFEY GROUP PASSES TO SALT LAKE HANDS To satisfy a certain judgment the Golden Bell Mayflower und Gold Hope mining claims and mill site liroperty of the Chafe Mines company I I t was sold here at sheriffs sale yes torday The property was purchased i by W S McCornlck of Salt Lake 1 City for 12000 the amount of the ft 1 Judgment and costs of suit t 1 i This iiroperty is situated in the r 1 camp of Chafe and has a record as a 1 I producer of highgrade gold ore On I this estate wns located the famous p tu Black Hole bonanza that produced 3000 tons of shippin...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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