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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 19 November 1910

t i Turn a DraM to Goo Aeeoot 4 Often In winter you dare not v open a window even though the room be warm because the cold l4nl Jlrt n air makes a draught that is dan a 9 g rous With a Perfection Oil Heater there need be no danger rI 741 from draughts Open the lower part of the 1t window a little put the Perfection Oil Heater in front of it and the j55 cold drau ht will 3 draught be turned into a r pleasant healthful current of fresh J f tI i air The 4 A > ip d 1E lF CC1r1iO fj rIIOCUL S9 r 0 I Absolutely smokeless and odorless gives just as much heat as you desire It Is safe odorless and smokeless Has an automaticlocking flame spreader which prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke and is ensy to remove to clean and drop back Burner body or gallery cannot become wedged because of a new device r therefor it can be easily and quickly unscrewed for rewicking An indicator shows the amount of oil in the font Has n cool handle Fillercp is put in place like a cork In a ...

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. — 19 November 1910

I I L J J ww + tsaaFm V ioesr r r I y 1rIHJ IE CGIEI r 51r I ANIlJAIRllJ f i I I I h 1 t sYI L > J 0 PC > ft on H r > > i J j LW YO R ly VOM N AND H OT L LIT T J J IN This City of the Homele Home the fascination othe Glittering Hotel Has Overcome Even the Most Staid A il I and at the Present Outlook Nothing Can Take Its Place Cf i 1 1 A I rrllitl10 t r the New York Hraia Co AH rlchta wtfrrffl NEW YORK Saturday ELL me where she eats and I will Jell you TELL she Is Eating Is one of the most thoroughly ap proved pastimes of nIl within the Rates of Now York With nn ever Increasing number It comes close to being nn occupation Now that woman refuses to stay nt home and cook mewls for the men ns In those good days of yore sho I admires to cat hotel victuals as an elderly trans 1 planted New England woman phrased It You be hold her thus engaged In the gorgeous dining rooms of the famed hotels of the metropolis and In the ob I Tcure restaurants which boast foods of foreign flavor...

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. — 19 November 1910

rj i 1 Ii t R E 1 1 L E S f l T lJ 11 FOR REAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS 10 20 31 or 10 acres fine fruit land I on sand llldgo terms to suit Also water In Davis Wober Counties Can al company for same KELLY HER RICK 102G11 FIVE lots Riverside California wo would like to exchange for Ogden property 2261 Wash Ave 1114lmo BRITISH COLUMBIA S10 cash 10 I SALT LAME OGDEN ELJECfRIfC RAILWAY LEAVE OGDEN G10 n p 730 a m 9 a m 1039 n m 12 noon 130 p m 3 p ut 430 p m C p ra 730 p m 9 p m 1030 p m Twelvo fast trains each way dally Call Bnuibersor Express cither phone for quick nnd careful servlco In Salt Lako valley J F REARDON Gen Snot UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE OCT 16th 1910 Mountain Time DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DEPART C Hxprosa for Uio Eusl 7W am 10 To Salt I > a < o 900 am I 22 SaJt Lnlco Fasflenjjor 12 am 2 Atlantic Limited cast 265 pm 4 Atlantic Mall cast 600 pm S Grand Junction Express U10 pm ARRIVE OjrOun Poascncor 1123 am 1 Limited from Haul 515 pm Chicago Exprees from eas...

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. — 19 November 1910

I e 1 r i r t y t TlJ IT Ie 1 I r 1 1HI IE J G lJ IE N 0 II r A p 1 JU v r I I J L u I I i I IrAI S lAS H I 0 N S k L I 2h I I LVJ S I I OVEL Designs of Fur 41 I Trimmings a Feature of the Winter ir T RY MRS A T ASHMORE UK Is most decidedly the prominent feature of the winters fashions It F adorns every kind of garment from a ball gown to a hut it forms entire costumes or again it only trims a motor wrap but it is always present A house frock must have a touch of fur to I make richer tin tones of the material n street dress must he nuidc half of fur ar j else trimmed with bands of skunk or us I trachan French seal or sable if it would j I emphasize the fact thai it is n creation ofd the present season The majority of the smartest hats show trimmings of fur and I entire evening wraps are fashioned from costly sable chinchilla and ermine while the separate fur pieces collar and muff hare grown so voluminous in size and di mensions that were they not interlined I over so lightly there ...

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. — 21 November 1910

LET YOUR WANTS BE r NF WEATHER FORECAST bat O THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE KNOWN IN THE t n tnt WEATHER WILL BE PARTLY I EVENING STANDARD r PORTIONS CLOUDY WITH TONIGHT RAIN OR IN TOMOR NORTH I I ROW WARMER TONIGHT i Fortieth Year No 279 Price Five Cento OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 21 191Q Entered an Second Claoa Matter at the Poatoffico o don Utah R OTING N r OLD MEXICO American Troops Are Ordered to Guard the Border Washington Nov Brigadier General P W Hoyt commander of the department of Texas has been in flructod by the war dqpavlment to hold troops In readiness to meet any call made by the government of Texas to preserve neutrality on the part of the United States in connection with tie revolt In Mexico Washington Nov 21 Belated tele grams reaching the state department from the officials in Mexico mention various revolutionary disturbances oC different points In that country but nil agree In one respect nnd that is that tho Dla government Is stron g iiough to repress...

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. — 21 November 1910

r = Z THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 21 1910 V = I I CATMRH A SYSTEMIC BLOOD DISEASE Catarrh is not merely noaffection r of the mucous membranes it is a deepseated blood disease in which the i entire circulation and greater part of the system are involved It is more commonly manifested in the head I nose and throat because of the sensi tive nature of these membranes and also because they arc more easily reached by irritating influences from the outside The symptoms of Ca tarrh such as a tight feeling in the head nose stopped up throat clogged and dry hacking cough etCi show that the tiny blood vessels of the mu cous membranes arc badly congested and inflamed from the impurities in the circulation To cure Catarrh per I 1 uiancntlj the blood must be purified and the system cleansed of all un healthy matter Nothing equals I S S S for this purpose It attacks I the disease at its f head goes down ri to the bottom of the trouble and mates complete II SSS and lasting cure ...

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. — 21 November 1910

I r I f I I r I I I I 1 I I I 1 I I i t I I I I F 1 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 21 1010 3 R IAJ ESTA TE FOR kEAL AM < GAIN CONSlJLT 1r1HIlESE COLUMNS 10 HO Zd 0110 airos line fruit land on Sand RIdgo tbrms to suit Also water In Davis V Wcbcr Counties Can nl company for same KELLY HER HICK 102Glt FIVE lots Riverside California we would like to exchange for Ogilcn property 22C1 Wash Ao 11Ulnio BRITISH COLUMBIA FRUIT FARMS SAIL LAKE OGDEN ELECTRIC RAILWAY LEAVE OGDEN GrlO a p 730 a m 9 a m 1038 a m 12 DOOU 130 p iu 3 p m i 430 p ni 6 p m 730 p m9 p m 1030 p m Twelve fast trains each way dally i Call Baaibergor Express either phono for Quick and careful service in Salt Lako valley J F REARDON Gon Snot I UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE OCT 16th 1910 Mountain Time DENVER < RIO GRANDE R R DEPART Exprew for tho East 700 am I 10 To Stxll Lako 300 ani 12 SetH LaCo Panscngor 1145 am 2 AUantlc LimIted coal 255 pm AtlanUc Mall cast 6t pm S Grand Junction Expreia 010 pm ...

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. — 21 November 1910

c r o THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAB MONDAY NOVEMBER 21 1910 A A A 1000 IDqrUtu t ug t it ar i Published Daily Except Sundays by Win Glosmann 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 Predilection It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columns are Fair and Just to All Parties and Creeds A PAPER IN A RUT The HeraldRepublican is annoyed because the Tribune with rare good judgment has been presenting to its readers the editorial opinion of tho press of the state The HeraldRepublican says I Since the recent election the shock to the Tribune was so great that it has been unable to sputter with any ease It has been busy reprinting the Provo Herald the Ogden Stand ard and the Logan Journal A few quotations from the Standard and the other papers re I ferred to would add to the HeraldRepublicans editorial column and relieve it from stale reiteration No doubt the readers of the Her...

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. — 21 November 1910

F t THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 21 1910 III I D d You Read I OUlr Ad nii a 1 Y e s eIrlluay cP d ij Lots of people thought it was u good About pictures you know Well it was the truth any IIJ how Better look it up J J Were Knox Hat agents here Did you know it The Toggery Under the Arlington You know here that is STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE Either photo one ring 56 RANDOMd tEPERENCES THANKSGIVING DAY RATES via Oregon Short LIne Salt Lake and return 110 Also reduced round trip rates to all other points on Oregon Short Line Tlckota on sale Nov 23 and 24 good returning Nov 28 Se cure tickets and full Information at City Ofllce 2CH Washington Ave Michael Mahonoy of Lakeside was u visitor in tho city yesterday Call Allen phonos 22 for carriages for funerals and oporas Private calls a specialty Also prompt delivery of baggage 412 26th C J Joffers of Green river Is a visit or In the city WANTED Clean white r...

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. — 21 November 1910

z f s THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 21 1010 I fOOTBAll BOYSw HAVE RETURNED r I I i If 1 i ThSy Issue a Challenge to Montana Team to Play Final Game for the ChampionshipLocal Players Claim Butte Resorted to Unusual and Unfair Tactics t 1 We will pay the expenses of six toen mon to Ogdcn for p ° postseason game with winner of Thankogivlng day match for Intermouulaiu champion ship This telegram sent to the manager of the Button football lisuii and to the manager of the Great Falls clov en by J O Cross principal of the Option high acliool a row hours after tho arrival oC the squad iu this city this morning shows In what light tho Jncal school men view the outcomo of tip game at the Montana metropolis Saturday While Uio score In tho hard fought battle was tied at 10 to 10 Ju the last half and the local team can therefore not claim a victory by the book they nevertheless aver that Unite only escaped defeat by the vio lation of all football rules Coach George Brown and Pr...

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. — 21 November 1910

r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 21 1910 7 0 I I I I j 1I 1I I I I I i i j I 1 I i j I i I 1 r t G A Jl1 T tt < t These chilly days hen the wintry blasts seem to bite through ± t Y is to bo had in one of our overcoats true comfort physically and true I mental I mfort as to your appearance If you wish the sightlicst sprightliest overcoat that is of an ALL wool fabric and of superlative workmanship youll surely invest in one of ours < I 1 1 r 10 to 30 i iroj WatsonTaer CIothg cd 0 376 Twentyfourth Street Where the Clothes Fit t = RANDOM I REfERENCES Continued from Pace KlvoJ THANKSGIVING DAY RATES via Oregon Short Line Salt Lake and return 110 Also rorlucod round trip rates to all other points on Oregon Short Line Tickets on nnlo Nov 25 and 21 good returning Nov 28 Se cure tlckols and full Information at City Office 2514 Washington Ave RIghtofWay the matter of the stalL of Sarah Kcrshaw deceased 1 R C Lundy administrator has pc tltfoned the district court to pen...

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. — 21 November 1910

J V 5 1 Li s y Lila iir 6 I t r J r J y r e I i I 1 t e r V Y4 IAJ I w + t 1 I y WNG POWDER r MAKES THE PERFECT HOT BISCUIT i Also Rolls and Muffins Crusts and Cakes v s I Send f or Royill 135 WillIam St v + r s Cools Book Now York ai s I s I DETECTIVE CUAR6ED W1TAN ASSAULT 1 PORTLAND Ore Nov iOL Stod drd who claims G bo a Seattle detec tive was arrested tonight and lodged In tho city jail on a warrant charging him with an assault upon Mrs Altheti Walker Tho warrant was sworn to by Clarence Walker and was Issued by Municipal Judge Tnzwoll Stoddard oflsertg that the woman who Inspired his arrest is the Mrs Althea Walker who Is under citation to huvc appeared I Saturday last In the United Statos district court of Utah to show cause why she should not be punished for contempt In secreting securities be long to the estate of her late hus I hands David P Walker said to amount to 1000000 Stoddard I claims that the charge is trumped up I for tho purpose of enblitjg Mrs Walker and her son w...

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. — 22 November 1910

t I I I 1 f ma ism f 4 tl i l n 1 I I I I I a 1 tt 5 i i f GK F atSO 6m 7J PAS t F rtl a f + i A I a t t Y WEATHER hORECAST LET YOUR WANTS BE r y a v THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT TH IN THE j r KNOWN WEATHER WILL BE PARTLY CLOUDY TONIGHT AND COOL EVENING STANDARD ER TOh10RROVf PARTLY CLOUDY o r Fortieth Year No 280 Price Five cents OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 22 1910 Entered 811 Second Claw Matter at tho Pootofflco O0don Utah ico UA3 A REVOlUT WC IS NOW ALMOST DEYONO CONTROL i Uprisings Reported Over a Great Part of the Republic With Troops Rushing in All Directions = = = Three Towns Captured by Revolutionists Who Are Armed With Long Range Guns Engle Pass Texas Nov 22The Mexican revolutionists have captured three towns In the rich Nazas River valley Comer Palaclo Lerdo and Tor reon The death roll Is reported heavy at Torrioon whore 1000 revolutionists armed with modern longrange guns swept tho city with a terrific fire for several hours No Americana are re ported killed Batt...

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. — 22 November 1910

r I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTA3 TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1910 i SANFORDIAP4 CAllED BY DEATH 1 With members of his fninlly gath ered around his bedside Sanfonl Bingham ono of Weber countys most prominent citizens and staunch I ost pioneers died at his home in Riv i cralo last Inight at 935 oclock from I general debility The end came peace j fully after several weeks illness Mr I I liingham has been lu poor health I ssince iccoiviug a stroke of paralysis I I about tour years ago but his condi i I tion became critical only a few days I ago II Coming to Utah in IS 17 with one of the earliest bands of pioneers who II crossed the trackless plains air Bing ham after settling In Weber county has been foremost in the upbuilding of the county and state J The deceased Is survived by 170 de scendants He was preceded in death by hi first wile and five children Surviving him are the ycond wife 7 daughter 11 sons ISO grandchil dren OS grandchildrcn and 2 Rrcatgrcatgiandchlldren I Embracing the Morm...

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. — 22 November 1910

I J I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1910 3 R 1 A L ES f I 1 TIE fOR REAL llARGAIH CONSULT THESE COLUMNS l 20 30 or 40 acres lino fruit land on sand Rldgo terms to suit Also valor In Davis Wooer Counties Can II company for stinc KELLY HER RICK 1Q2CU DWNER of 3000 Improved farm In Ogden valley will exchange for small iwiBc fn Ogden and Uxko security on the farm for the balance or exchange or tract ot land near Ogdon or will lake good wagon and loam ns part lIlr Hunter 6 Kennedy 211 First National flldp 1122lwk SALT LAKE I OGDEN ELECTRIC RAILWAY LEAVE OGDEN C10 a p 730 a m 9 a m 103 a m 12 noon 130 p m 3 p m 430 p ra G p m 730 p m 9 p m 1030 p m Twelve fast trains each way dally Call BaoiborKor Express either I phono for quick and careful service In Salt Lake valley J F REARDON Gen Suot I 4 UNION DEPOT TIME CARD I EFFECTIVE OCT 16th 1910 Mountain Time DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DEPART I C KxproM for the East I 7CO am 10 To Salt Lake S01atn 12 Salt Luke PasEoniJor I15 a...

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. — 22 November 1910

IM M J a 0 r J l J 4 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1D10 3 > < > i i r I You HaveNeverBoughtlo like These at Such Prices Before I I I REPRESENTS A BIG SAV PRICE FARREACHINe EVERY i FARREACHINC SALE IS MORE THIS ING TO YOU WE HAVE ARE i THAN ANY SALE EVER AT PUTATION FOR I TEMPTED IN OG ° QUALITY OF GOODS GDEN BEFORE 95 5 AN D THESE 1 1 CLOTHES LIVE UP S TO IT btl d QgC04 o r S P ocan ADC a s ad J i ijLg0 5uifc > 2s c a AJ t I I I 5uifcVi eo eta PQ1iCp 9 ° Vi WOO olr esa h 1 ml ii J I H f 0 II l f Ii I 1 I I 1 A Sure nough Banql6et of Bargamns I I I 1h Mens and Boys SImoes 111 + II Mens 250 Shoes for o 65 i I V Mens 300 Shoes for 1095 I I I t III Mens 350 Shoes for 20115 Mens 400 Shoes for 2085 ¼ 450 High Top Shoes oil 5 800 High Top Shoes 5o 5 All Boys Shoes Per Cent Arc Reduced forty At these prices every man or boy ss able to wear good c ciocnes for thanksgiving Day The I Q newe5t fashoons in lEll lines are here and lheres variety enough f o suit a...

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. — 22 November 1910

I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1910 fS I Th Tgg e Under Thc Arlington and Roycroft Str s 358 25th You know where these stores arc by this time dont yonl Sure SureWell nil we have to say is that if you are not a customer at ono or the other we both are losers Get in line for all thats best in Mens Wear Regal Shoes at The Koycroft S H BROWNE CO STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Dell Phone No 322 I Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE Either phono ono ring 50 I RANDOM ERENCES Mr and Mrs John Lewis wore Sail Lake visitors In Ogden yesterday THANKSGIVING DAY RATES via Oregon Short Line Suit Lake and return 110 Also reduced round trip rates to all other points on Oregon Short Line Tickets on salo Nov 23 and 24 good returning Nov 28 Se cure tickets and full Information at City Offlcu 2514 Washington Ave Tom Harncy of ElltO was in the city on business yesterday Call Allen phones 22 for carriages for funerals and operas Private calls a specialty Also prompt deliver...

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. — 22 November 1910

A x ii THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1910 I I r I rr r I lj NHSGIVING of the Human Race I L Were Talking Turkey these days to the Male Contingent 0 Every Man and Boy that COMaS here for his Fall Outfitting is going to have his fir If r ciip of satisfaction filled to the brim and running over with good value I q l Ml 1 t Pj ltPlot you expect ofi lcetd full measure of enjoyment out of the Turkey look well to f g t0t 7 iiJ 11 Ifl f your Wardrobe I At home or out to dine the better you are dressed the better I I I J4 ill Jll l you will enjoy the feast 1 it J j b v j I t 1 Uvr I if1 F 1 w i WjJhf I J h HII I II j I 11 Handsome Sulto In all the reacono J IfW I t I correct models and choice fabrics I li 0 jI JiW Suits of quality and prestige I I 671 I I l 1fi 111111 tr 1 I IVJ J 1 f15 1S 20 to 35 Overcoat luxury in all thoright I I styles Fabrics are very fine and tailored to perfection I 15 18 20 to 40 I 1 71k21 i11Ii1I ii EXCLUSIVE HEADWEAR AND TOG GERY FROM THE HAN...

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. — 22 November 1910

J l r 1 THE EVENING ETANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1010 T E UT 11 + 02 r ri = = t d rI II O YOU NEED A NEW SUIT Do You Need CloUting off Any Hind THE LEADER 226 TWENTYFIFTH ST OGDEN UTAH Biggest SUIT and OVERCOAT stock in Ogden If you VALUE MONEY VISIT THIS PLACE You will NEVER see such BARGAINS again > y J r 1l ri RANDOM IEFERENCES Continued from Pago Five THANKSGIVING DAY RATES via Oregon Short Line Salt Lakft and return 110 Also reduced round trip rates to all other points on Oregon i Short Lino Ticket on sale Nov 23 and 24 good returning Nov 28 Se cure tickets and full Information at City Otflce 2514 Washington Ave Richard Flint EstateIn the matter of the estate of Rchard Flint do ceased Ruth Flint the widow 1ms petitioned the district court to ap point James Plngrcc administrator the petitioner stating that she does not care to act In that capacity Ac I cording to tho wording of the petition Richard Fdlnt died Intestate at Santa Cruz California November 11 1010 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. — 22 November 1910

J ct T r f F I 8 THE EVENING STANDARD OGD3N UTAH TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1910 1 1I 7 1j 2 No AlunI I ifii9 Lime Phosphej I nm quilo j LifajI positive thnt tho I I4 uao of alum baiting powder ahould be condemned Pro Vousltan University of MkIigau baking powder I Un buying I examine Ute label and take I I I only a brand shown to be made with Cream o2 Tartar H DrIPRICE CAEAM I BAIIMG POWDER A pure wholesome reliable Grape Cream 01 Tartar Baking PovJder improves the flavor and dds to te healllifuIDess 01 the 1000 I EDITORIAL I Continued from Page Pour not equality of individual capacity which the accidents of nature prevent but an equal opportunity for each individual to develop him self to the last reach of his power By contributionby requiring each man to give onetenth of I his income to a common fundthey had attained the desired end of modern civilization the abolition of poverty and had adjusted the straps of the community burden to the strength of the individual to bear it itBy arbitra...

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