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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 18 November 1910

1 LET YOUR WANTS BE WEATHER FORECAST tUbaT O THE KNOWN IN t THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER WILL BE CLOUDY WITH RAIN TONIGHT EVENING STANDARD AND PROBABLY TOMORROW I I FORTIETH YEAR NO 277PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY UTAH FRIDAY EVENING NOVEMBER J8 1910 Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice Ogden Utah AVMTORS SOCtO GrahameWhite and Drexel Comment on Death of Johnstone Philadelphia Nov ISRalph John Ptones tragic doath at Denver yes terday greatly shocked Claude Gra hamWhite and J Armstrong Drexel WHO art In this city giving exhibition flights at Point Breeze park 1 know Johnstone Intimately and I believe ho was the finest aviator I have met in America said the Eng Jlsh airman The nccidHits are Just the things that affect aviators and mttke them more careful but even then accidents aro soon forgocten Too many mOll are trying f outdo the others and It is this that often re sults disastrously Mr Johnstoue was as brave and oaring an aviator as I have ever met it ml I admir...

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. — 18 November 1910

< c1Is > J WK t ifiiMi > 1 l J J L > r t I f THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 1910 2 1 ja IIoi NEW CL HOLDS INITIAL MEETING organized D 0 R The recently ed C toys and composed I cO club being 1 I held Its first regular meet men u f youngrnell of the Itfethodlsl ins in the parlors evolved plan r I DIn and nmg chur a iisf o OJ to tho bwenont at the for fitting UP Into headquarters for church ediace The meellng was the organization one and all the boys I an onthuBlostio intera In the plans took a great being outlined which are L mooting adjourned the Hie Before Inspection tour of the k boys made an It was decided to church basement eryice of1Jl architect to ccuro the strY aI19 for the club rooms The plIUl6 d raw up twill be partitioned ort In10 8eman u game room and gym rending lOOID a w1I1 also be u shower DnsluDl There W bath Slld lock rs bawhonlie work was completed the Whon the < roomB will not only be thiown open TS of the club but also to the memb...

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. — 18 November 1910

2 IiI7 = aj > A r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 1910 3 j Begm Now I If you have sever used a BELL TELEPHONE in your office or home have one or more Installed youll soon wonder how you did without it The time you save the results you obtain will more than pay tho small cost SEASONABLE RATES Call tho Manager r BELL SERVICE IS SATIS FACTORY Nf1i THE UTAH NATIONAL BANK OF OGDEN UTAH OFFER3 TO DEPOSITORS EVER FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL ANCES BUSINESS AND RE sPONSIBILITY WARRANT J E Dooy Prentrfent fF Hcraco E Peory VleePreB rId J Pccry VloePrta Ralph E Hoag Caohler A V Mclntoah AioL Canhler U S DEPOSITARY fIRST NATIONAL BANK fl OF OGDEN UTAH Capital and Undivided Pronto 9275OOOCQ I David Eccles Prcn G H Trlbo VlccPrea John Watoon VicePros U S Browning VlcePrea John Plnjreo CoahJer Jac F Burton AjoL Cahler 1 III J PARKER COAL CO COAL AT THE YARD Grass Creek Lump 475 Rock Springs Lump 575 Rock Springs Nut 550 Caatlo Gate and Clear Creek Lump 525 Castle Gate Nut 500 Ca...

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. — 18 November 1910

iii ilL AI CtO J I r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 1910 4 tJ 4t lning tauhar > Published D ly Except Sundays by J vk QlasmLn jf A Fearless Independent Newspaper It < a Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies to Punish r PunishHEAR ALL SIDES While This Paper Has Strong Republican PrcdH ctio s + It Is Not a Part Y r1an and Its News Cokris are Fair and and Creeds All Parties Just to THEY WILL CONTINUE TO FLY P An aviation meet without a fatal accident wcxild be as tame an automobile race without a death affair as an au The killing of Ralph Johnstone at Denver is onlv trio of fifty such accidents that have ocourred since the first Wright a ° ro3lane flew across the sand dunes of the Carolina coast and yct the repeated fatalities will not deter the other aviators and countless thousands of developing bird iiien from defying Death in the mechanical ap pliances for navigating the air The ingenuity of man wit reduce the risk and eventually flying will be made not ...

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. — 18 November 1910

1 J = r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 1910 IS 1 LJrt H Hl 1t > 1 Tr TOMORROW I SATURDAY YOULL BUY SOMETHING TOMORROW MOST MEN OOME HERE FOR THEIR BEST THINGS TO WEAR t ARE YOU COMING IN TOMORROW BETTER SEE US WERE ALL RIGHT WHEN IT COMES TO MENS OR BOYS STUFF TilE TOGGEKY and ROYCROFT STORES WASHINGTON AVE AND 25TH STREET YOU KNOW WHERE L 0 1 = ill J tfjvjirv i TJ 0 rtn STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE Either phoi ono ring 56 RANDOM ftRNCS D L Celilon and wire or Eden were UK guests of Ogden friends yester day Call Allen phones 22 lor carriages for funerals and operas Private culls a specialty Also prompt delivery of bpggage 412 26th R E King and B Rosenutrt resi dents of Layton wove vlnitors In the city estorday WANTEDClean wlillo rags at tho Standard 1 C A Anderson was among the Salt Lake residents In the dry on busl ness Thursday Kcmmerer3 best coal sold only by M L Jones Coal Co Neels Anderson of...

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. — 18 November 1910

I p i I Fine e w or forMen a u djfoung Men t 1 r t III1 j I P + a 1 0 I J t I In ca I ADEN U F NEt V FIFTN s Y OR ft t i I I 1 r wi ctexcIusivdy l FRED M NYE CO 2413 Washington Ave i T Lr t 1 OGDEN T1ATE SUNDAY and MONDAY November 2 rr b and 21st i 1 LR WILLARD PRESENTS THE MUSIC PLAY A p THE THE AND THE TIME PLACE GIRL TIME TABLE OF SONG HITS 5i5 aii Opening Chorus I 80 V r u ow the Smoke Away 8 32 1 1 Thursday is My Jonah Day I Dont Like Y J 547 1 J t our artily 915 V1 Firsl and Only R 935 cThc Vaninl honeymoon infjo Uncle Sams Best Girl Dixie I Loc You ij 10J20 H 1 II Dont Yon Toll 1 Mr George Ebner as HaplY Joliiiny Kicks All Sear Cast and Umeqiyialed t Beauty Chorus of 50 Exactly as presented at 465 performances in Chicago Book and lyrics by Hough Adams Music by Joe E t Howard I New faces new wardrobe now scenery new electrical effects f Il LTlJi > < I < w V za W fz I l1 OGDEN STATE BANK OGDEN UTAH r K 1 Y Interest paid on Savings Accounts and Time Cer 4 tificates of D...

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. — 18 November 1910

1 I t3 TU j > 1 11 1 XHE EVENING STAUi > 1tD OGDEN UTAH bltJJAx lJIIUJjt 18 lUlU r I i I I m I r i I I l I I I I i I I t I l I I f I il III I I t I i i s tK MS 9 a lit h jtttthf thf Ip r UJ UJi ttp7 a re retr frsg Is f 1 11U I I I l i m r lUl I 1 ° II I L L tkY IIao41 IFiQ Imo 11 I r a f > r ° i + f dl IJ It isnt the quantity of food you eat but that portion of it that digests that brings health and strength r Lardsoaked food never has been never can be digestible and nourishing because of the hog r fat it contains Cotlofene is far more healthful than lard t because Coitolaic is a vegetable product makes u food rich without being greasy and can easily f be digested by the stomach of a child They say the way to a mans heart is f through his stomach People who have used 5 SX and are using Cottolene for all shortening and I frying purposes say that the way to health is a4 4 through the use of Coltoleuc tY t a r v ti Cottolene shortens your food lengthens your life I a rr Made ...

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. — 18 November 1910

s iT OY4 I 1 i f AKI WDE I i The only bating poWdOl wide from Roy B Gi pe t Is2aiP2 of Tartar I NAIumbrne Phsphae I I MUST t SAN FRAHAVETHE OPEN SHOP Seattle Nov jlTha llrectors oC PIl11aJ1aPl1clfic Illterna tile proposed oxposltIon at San Francisco onul notifledJSL jiightlthat tho Unit wero no 115 S ctaUou of Wash ilCS j I cd Motnl Trades jngton and Oregon would cooperate toward obtaining the endorsement of San Francisco govornmcnt for I the ondltlon tbL hc fair be t only conQtrncted on under bQ open hop i This action was endorsed br the Sent tie Employers association Tho Unit ed Metal TradeB association comprises tho steel and iron working Industries Wind shipbuilding plants oC Seattle I t r Portland Tucoma Spokauo Everett i BcSnshnm and other Pacific north western cities I I Lf L WE ARE ON THE ALERT I I For tho best that Is going In Feed l Hay and Grain Where only Al pro ducts arc bandiedpoor purchases are Impossible Dealing with GROUT means money for you CHAS F GROUT Hay and Gra...

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. — 19 November 1910

V 1 rt lJAJ7 il WEATHER FORECAST LET YOUR WANTS BE THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE KNOWN IN THE t J t c WEATHER WILL BE FAIR AND EVENING STANDARD 4 n r iJ fir I t p C COLDER TONIGHT TOMORROW I I FAIR I t 4 Fortieth YearNo 278 Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 19 19JOJ6 PAGES Entered JD Second Can Matter ot the Pogtofnee Ogden Utah H NEW OUSE fG TUNNEL Has Been Connected With Mines of Great Riches Denver Nov 19Vlth the comple tion of tho Ncwhouso tunnel In the Gllpln mining district nnd the connec tion of the great Bl Paso mine with the Roosevelt draining tunnel at Crip ple Crook Colorados mining Industry yesterday received the Greatest im petus of years fhe Ncwhouso tunnel 21908 fc > t In length will drain tho old bonan I zas of Gilpin county to n depth of 1SOO feet At Cripple Creelt tho connection or the El Paso mlno with tho Roosevelt tunnel marks the first step In tho wholesale unwnterlng of tho district which the drainage project is expect ed to bring ab...

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. — 19 November 1910

r = i n Z THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY NOVEMBER ly 1910 4 L i r L1l J j DAM BERGER USES 1 SHAM NGINESII The grounding of the direct current I wires which supply the motive power for the operation of the curs on the Enmborger electric line caused a sus I pension of traffic on the road for sev eral hours last evening and compelled the operation of trains by steam until the trouble was located The rainstorm IB bellevc to hnvo caused the trouble which first became evident about Gr10 oclock In the even I ing From that time on all care be tween Ogden and Clearfield wero at a standstill until moved by a steam on Cine Between ClcarQcUl and Salt lAke the cars were operated as usual by electric motive power Only One BROMO QUININE That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUI NINE Look for the signature of E W GROVE Used the world over to euro a cold in one day 26c WEBfR AGDEMY DEfEATS Y i 1V11 CA In an exciting but rather ono slded game of basketball at the Weber acad pniy gymnasium last night the 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. — 19 November 1910

J r eI THE EVENING OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY o STANDARD SATURD1Y NOVEMBER 10 1910 3 I t p 1 D If your time is worth any thing Sunny Monday Laun dry Soap will be a boon to you Its wonderful dirtstart starting 9ualitieS enable it to do the work with little assistance from you while its purity is I indicated by its whiteness It will double the life of your clothes The best is die cheapest in J the endin laundry soaps as well as anything else THE N 1C FAIRBANK COMPANY CHICAGO v I i 1 r I I tr tr I see my glasses hain no good somehow il haint bin fitted right or these r specs has natural give out J At the Office of oj I DR FRANCIS ING l Ogden E > Eyesight Specialist + is just the place for such i eases r 31616 First National Bank Building a Both Phones i I I 1 i r + n rb tL rr f LS1 A t4 s WE ARE ON THE ALERT For the boat that IB going In Feed Hay and Grain Where only Al pro ducts are handled poor purchases are n Impossible Dealing lth GROUT a uicaus money for you r CHAS F GROUT Hay and Gra...

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. — 19 November 1910

1 S = I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19 1910 service in mho cast the conversation t h h w1rr iEutuiug taubaih 1 Published Daily Except Sundays byJWrn Glasmann i t A Fearless Independent Newspaper It Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies to Punish PunishHEAR ALL SIDES I While This Paper Has Strong Republican Predilection It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columns are Fair and Just to All Parties Creeds WHERE THERE IS SUNSHINE Pittsburg has had twelve minutes of sunshine in seven and one half days and Is thankful Out in the Westthe intermountain West whero the sun shines almost every day in the year men would get a fit of the blues wom en grow nervous and children peevish if the sun were to miss for a week The glorious climate of this intermountain region is one reason why people who locate hero cannot become reconciled to the thought < of going back to their old homes beyond thc mountains in the mid dle or eastern states The companionships of former places...

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. — 19 November 1910

I THE vmnm RTMMTJAKrj OCJDlSiN UTAH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19 1910 t5 to l otul9HH Come Here Today Ill bet you will if you got a satisfied Well show you all t thats best in Mens of Boys Wearables We have only ONE PRICE you know a THJE r T06fiERY You know where STANDARD TELEPHONES 1 EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE Either pho r ono ring 56 RANDOM REFERENCE THANKSGIVING DAY RATES via Oregon Short Line Salt Lake and return 110 Also reduced round trip I rates to all other points on Oregon Short Line Tickets on sale Nov 23 and 21 good returning Nov 28 Se cure tickets and foil information at City Oraco 25U Washington Ave Butch Douglas and wife of Hono are visitors In Ogden Call Allen phones 22 for carriages for funerals and operas Private calls n specialty Also prompt delivery of boggaco 112 25th Jns McDonald of Rock Springs Is In tho city on business I ANTEDClenn white raga at the Standard Mrs L M Hobson of Pocatello is n guest of Ogden relatives and fr...

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. — 19 November 1910

1 i F ii THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY NOVEMEER 19 1910 PllYSllCA N S A VE BEEN i BAFFLED A case of sickness In which the attending physicians are unable to dc termlno whether it Is due to smallpox or some minor complaint Is keeping the sanitary omcor In a quantify A few days agoMiss Eva Mndson residing with her parents on North Washington avenue became 111 and the physician who was called to at tend the case could not definitely til ngnoso the nature of the Illness Tho i symptoms were so conflicting Umt he I called In another doctor for consulta tion The disease baffled the skill of both physicians and two more doct ors were called At present the quar tette of medical talent Is unable to decide whether Ilie young woman its suffering from smallpox or some less contagious ailment I It is expected that changes in the victims condition duo lo develop I ment of the disease will permit a def inite pathologic conclusion by tomor row In the meantime the sanitary officers will no...

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. — 19 November 1910

1 IJ1 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAB SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19 1910 1 I RANDOM I REFERENCES Continued from PIIRO Five Lowcct Prices Wo made a pur chase at clean up sale of Foil Silk Velvet Sllli and Satin untrimmed shapes thin Reason s most popular styles which we have placed on solo at 1 and up Our trimmed hat spec ial sale arc the hest values In tho city for the mono Stafford Alllllu cry Co 23C7 Washington Ave For Tnerly 3rd floor Wrights Foresters Go to Ely Assistant Na tional Foresters Reese Tavlor and Robert RoBonbluth hare gone to Ely Nevada to do some boundary survey work nnd mapping of tho forests In that section Thoy will be gone for a number of weeks WANTED Young or middle aged woman for housework Call Bell S02 From Idaho Judge C 0 Stock clagor former member of thc supremo court of Idaho was in the city yester i day attending to legal matters and also meeting with members of the forest service regarding forest mat ters The Judge resides at Twin Falls nnd he had much lo tell re...

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. — 19 November 1910

i THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19 btu s J J I Great V auderi Act I y < yIN S < RfCifi FULTON IN THEIR ACT THAT WAS THE SENSATION OF NEW YORK 1fomorrrow Nitfif at Stee Dr1ID Jeum ClItr nj wIJJ ryn 1 nfla Dont Fa o R VMttug OtillJr Store FOIr i Holiday Goods CHINAWARE SILK GOODS ARTISTIC SCREENS TOYS AND MANY OTHER ART GOODS JAPANESE ART GOODS COMPANY 2267 WASHINGTON AVENUE OGDEN UTAH 1 BELL PHONE 706Y u Th A 1rL = SON TELLS STORY Of BRUTAL IURDER MUNC1E Ind Nov 181 thought ho was dead I loaded the buggy and started for the old well I had the body propped upon the sent On the way father revived a HUla and threw his arms around my neck Then I beat him over the head again until ho was quiet Just as I was about to throw the body into the well he groaned and gave a sigh Recital of Brutal Crime This according to the police is part of the signed confession of Ben jamin Smith twentytwo years old a farmer now in the Miinclo jail It was the climax of a remarkable re ...

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. — 19 November 1910

4 ti Part Two EVE JING STANDARD ± UARD I Pages 9 to 16 J = FORTIETH YEARN 278 f OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 19 1910 PRICE CENTS I 1 FIVE CENTS a J i c > l l1 i oo fJi I r t f a I irie lk lkr r t abiil ha I t L By JEANNETTE MARKS > L 1Jfi I I a RS JENKINS looked over at Mr r I Jen kins merchant and bard and there was MRS love and wonderment in her eyes He was reclining in an armchair his long legs stretched before him his head at rest against the chair his hands folded over his stomach his eyes tight closed his mouth wide open his lips moving and every once in a while his tongue quickly lapping his upper lip 1 Janny looked away and out of the windows to the meadows that rolled into the up mist like big gray waves this was the act of composition she knew and too sacred even for her his humbler half to behold But the misty uplands suggested overmuch of that unnamable something which when she looked ather husband made her wish to shut her eyes for might she not Janny...

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. — 19 November 1910

x a r r T7 1 i j I J Wojst y t c r fd + 1 i C Eld BoY > > CNA LD VVYER444 t + 1 a 0 ww n f s FURS PO R flIDWINTER h raUB S h fl I By HELEN FALCO I E ltor I J 1 = W t r I FASHiON FAVORS i SliORTER JACKETS t I For l 1 Walking but the Long Paletot Holds Its Own for Carriage Wear Azure Seal and Possum J < Skins Most Popular 1 i T used to bo tlio custom of our novelists when talking about tho raiment of the wealthy classes among Slavonic races to speak of their barbaric opulence They W ed particularly patronizing In describ ing the profusion of furs worn by Magyar Voyevodcs and Russian princes But now the lofty attitude on the part of Occidentals is Impossible For tho Russian ague that set In With such a strong tide Isat winter Is more pronounced than over And especially so at this date when the approach of winter brings n profusion of gorgeous furs auch as appears more appropiliito to the mythical splendor of The Arabian Nights It certainly is a merry time for the furriers Ono ...

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. — 19 November 1910

Y J S 1f IHI IE 1 q G IE N S f AN A fi t f j I fa I p H STUDY or I fI tPi fi ffi 13 COLOR SCHEMES t r l P 1 AND o sJe S 11 iW i 252 L a ew INTE ri lw CtV 1lY i IOlO I II r L Ii 1 i D L CORATION r I r h = It I tr i4 0 work out artistic color schemes r To her own room to study house decoration from a truly artistic standjwlnt is the aim of my number of Xcw York girls this t season and In one studio nt least that of two young women art workers in t upper Fifth avenue a class has been started for this Tory purpose The girls are all from hornet of luxury find the sug gestion of the commercial has no part In their Intention to become initiated into the mysteries of color harmony and ull its at at tcnJini details The dcsiro to know color values the iJ combination of materials the style of fnr l nltiire which different schemes demandits I proper placing in the general arrangement g and tho thousand and one detail for every one of which there is a reason and a rule is the immediate cause of ...

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. — 19 November 1910

= J If V e f TLHUBOGDEN STANDARD it f f t fl Cv f Ji j i r i i J F c I i r h 1 lIGHTiNi J c LIFE WITH A WIL D PIG j I 6 s the first cry from the terrier they let their big voices speak and came lending high over the undergrowth Face plungcf down the ravine and up again find went by OME Idea of What ft Means to ace a Savage me before I hall my horS fullY under wm 9JILittle Creature That Knows No Fear and Has the I callgb the 01l1ld of 01 crashing In Ibo bush In the J ULIC Vedtwc L IIUL AJ UL y right as IC sovorm large animals were running Power of a Donkey Engine Behind Its Razor Like Tasks there on parallel tracks and It was soon obrloFls that I j f J J I 7 rIJ7 e W h Caught a Limb Just Above Him and J Swinging Out of the Way of the Mad I dened Animal r BY DERESLEY MORTON rCoIrkhl 191i > t > T do New York Herald Co All rlcliln rewrrpJl LIEN the great navigator and explorer Cap r lain Couk made his historic voyages In the ontlKTii latitudes he curried quantity or Ilvo stock for...

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