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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 3 May 1909

1 > j 1 + t t c t iri t i i I v II c i C 11 11ti ti tig s n lia 11s d 5 C 1 t l a i 4 c I I t a e Red tion 111 r Phenomenal Reduction 11 i I f ry t i ti This Week on Womens and Misses l Stills 11 COals Skirts Shin 1 i Waists and Auto Coats I i LAST l2i THOMAS I = Il i TURKEY WAS IMPRISONED THE YOUNG TURKISH ARMY THE YILDIZ KIOSK WHERETHE SULTAN OF TURKEY DOORS AT ITS f PiU THE EFFECT OF THE BASE BALL BUS i 0 l CHIEF JOKOOK SIBERIAN BABY ATUNQA ARCTIC BELLE i i RICTURESQUE MEMBERS OF THE SIBERIAN VILLAGE ALASKAYUKONPACIFIC EXPOSI lI TION AT SEATTLE The A party ° f tlllrtyfouT natives of northeastern Siberia will be n feature of the AlasknyukonPaclflc exposition y Come from three different linages nnd although living within ICO miles of each other each tribe speaks t a illffercnt erentdlllct 11o Siberian Eskimo hove b cnft exhibited at fair f ss n ever a worlds before The community idea tea1 trong h I with the Slbcrlans IC one gets a dozen sealskins or halt a dozen door carcasses a...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 4 May 1909

ig Cit p t I rI I I IS If I Ilk nt r 1 > I I S I r NO GUESS WORK I I WEATHER FORECAST II STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE ffl 1Itt UTAH THE INDICATIONS ARE EAT THE I AND GUARANTEED BY THE GREATEST WEATHER WILL BE PAIR IN SOUTH POR 1 NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION IN + TION TION LOCAL SHOWERS IN NORTH FOR I THE WORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THIRTYNINTH YEARNO JOS I OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY N EVENING MAY 4 J909 I I PRICE FIVE CENTS i TEN DAYS ORGY OF LUST AND VIOLENCE IN NAME OF RACE AND RELIGION Atrocities Committed by Fanatical Mohammedans Beggar Description Total Casualties Placed at 25000 Young Turks Are Trading Armenian Girls for Horses and RiflesIn One Town of 4000 Only 100 Remainand They Are Women and Children Tarsus Asiatic Turkey Saturday April 21VJa Constantinople May LAuthoiitlc details of the atrocities committed by the fanatical Moham modans in the villages and farms In this district are now coming into Tar Slit with sickening abundance The worst particulars of these narratives...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 4 May 1909

ry c J I r ADAMS PARKER 1 EXPERT LOCKERS AND HANDlCAPPERS Ogdon Office Twentyfifth and Washington Avenue I Over Isis Theater S S Reliable Racing Information Our 16 YQaI5rxperlcn e as Cloclie1S and iInn4LcappcrB places tis In 11 a position 1terebY wp receive reliable InsIde stable Information I J I SOME WIN SOME LOSE We the information but S Do you want to ba ana of the winners get f bent the races unless you hauj wo have to pay to got it Dont try to e foolish Dont bo vise and pound somp inside Information t penny j THINK IT OVER WATCH FOR AD WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO 15 DAYS SUBSCRIBERS Terms 200 Daily 1000 Weekly Office Hours 1000 A M to 200 P M Evenings 730 to 900 1 + A Y itAJLq1 i + + SPO + RTi S i A + A 4 4 oOtJ9 o < > > H + + 4 > VV > > 1 Nelson = McFarland Fight S Remains an Uncertainty j r I By Harry B Smith What will come pf the Battling Nel siaPackoy McFarland controversy and what will happen to their fight that has been scheduled for July 5...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 4 May 1909

r r I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY MAY 1 190 REMARKABLE LUNCHEON TO ENVOYS Given by Prince Chun and Served in the Chinese Style Peking May 3Princc Chun the regent of China gave a remarkable luncheon at the winter palace today It the foreign envoys who gathered here to attend the funeral ceiemonlcs on May 1st of the late emperor Kumig IlKii Tho repast was Hcrvcd in foreign style Among tho Chlnobu present were Prince Clung former president of tliu foreign affairs and now adviser to the n I department Prince Tnal Chin son of Prince Clung once president of the hoard of commerce Prince Sti r tho naval department Prince Poitsii and Liang fun Ye president of the board of foreign affairs After the entertainment the envoys express ed themselves as unusually impressed with the personality of the regent Tho Chinese authorities have shown special favors to Prince Fusliinil the Japanese envoy to the funeral cere monies and this discrimination at the expense of the other delegates has caused I...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 4 May 1909

r LliiiHi L Kt 1 C Is I rT I it t 1 iJ1i 1 1 matter dcl SS 3 Entered as cecon + I utah ¼ c Ogden 1 t at the Pootoffjce I under Act of Congrewt Sundays I Published Dilflrf exgpt 1l > by Wm Glasmann J SUBSCRIPTIONS t MOuth In Advance jg One 425 olneMonths j In Advance Six Months I 800 Twelve Months In Advance Include Sunday i prices Above j Morning Examiner Free R9 < ifauIattaT 49uarcnttre ThitCertiBts that tbecirculattorrorti EVENING STAWDAED bia btto audited and a guaranteed 67 tbt Adrectberi Certified Circulation Blue f Book I ASJ prored by Iovtir P Tba Paper h9 nilb cirtulnlfoa rrconli are Itpt tkut the cirtUh ° Witt tilth eireaUttoa stated wifi Irt ten and tbt ccortc did acircrtitcn aJar rely on lUll HfltBtcotsufstajf aiade br tbf publisher aivftr tbt OMGtnbip mod managtmsnt Aufl 20 1908 J XlfE STANDARD RATE CARD I In Force Feb 1 1908 Frot Bate Any Number of Inches F Changes Daily Per Inch Cnce TwIce Every 1 err each each othcr dny week VJcek day I 260 24c 220 ZOo SPECIAL P...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 4 May 1909

I l > 1 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY MAY 4 1909 I TOGGERY i i TALES I l Spring Time with a ven i geance How are you hooked up for light weight togs < Its time for a change of front ns well as back I and also top and bottom < lJ Weve certainly prepar ed for you find if its a suit for front and back or underwear inside of that flat for the top Ox I J fords or Shoes for the > J bottom Shirts Sox Col lars Ties for in between S theyre certainly here L and heres your store S ohe I Toggery S II Of Course ANI STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rings No5Q Ben Phone two rings No 56 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone one ringNo 50 Bell Phona one ringNo Go RANDOM REftRNCS You know and wo all know thai i W L Douglas 350 and 400 shoes are better than any 500 and COO shoos of any other make For sale at The Palace Good Clothes Store 2S0 25th street Meeting of W C T UTho W C T U will meet at the homo of Mm Morrison 2228 Grant avenue tomorrow afternoon at 230 oclock Allmembers I ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 4 May 1909

w tr I i c > I < THE STANDARD OGD3I7 UTAH fTUESDAY MAY 4 1909 t s V Iu Perfect Fitting V ic Underwear THE Intcsl wrinkle in Iwler wear is Underwear that fits fits mind hbdy and pocket S Wehave perfect fitting Uncler wcar for Spring and Summer wenth civ All shapes and sixes Weve tho best Makers best 4 1 > Medium weight nicrliio Underwear weather For 11 1 for uncertain Sprin f 00 decrees Ui the shade weve BalbrIggan Island Cot brlga Lisles SSlk Sea ten and Athletic Underwear Full sleevesor short slecvcsrfiiH length I or knee length drawers All slzoa v A 50c 75c to S100 5150 or S2CO Per Garment I j J Youll be sure to find ycnir fjivj r ilc sort or tji KnvL ar licre Sii jiiuabingly priced r I FRED IJ 0 NYE 1 COMPANY 2413 Vt asli Ave I z L r1i tl 1 = 911 I3ERY SPECIAL LADIES FINE SPLIT SOLE STOCKINGS IN BLACK AND TWO SHADES OF TAN I EXTRA VALUE 25 I CHILDREN EXTRA IIKAVY SCHOOl STOCK INGS SPECIAL Pr for 100 LADJKS FANCY AND STLIC HOSIERY FOR SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR IN ALL THE NEW...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 4 May 1909

1 Y THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY MAY C 1909 or REPUBLICAN CLUB OF WEBER CO ORGANIZED I t I Assistant Organizer Jesse F Turner Governor Spry and District U S Attorney Hyrum E Booth Assist in Organizing Local r Branch of National LeaguePresident Harry Joseph Among Number Who Urge Party Fealty and Close t Affiliation of All Republican Voters Jesse F Tumor assistant organizer of the National Republican league ac companied by Governor VlllIara Spry and District United States Attorney Hyrum E Booth met with the Repub licans of Ogden In the court house last evening and organized a local branch of the national league Tho movement wa s started last fall and At torney Booth was chosen as tempor ary president of what Is to become a state organization The hunt of tho campaign was so great however that It was not considered an opportune tlmo to attempt the organization of tho local clubs and It was left over until this time Mr Turner and the governor have Just returned from Logan where a sple...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 4 May 1909

i r w It 1 r I A pure wholesome t I reliable Grape Cream of I Tartar Baking Powder J t I The cream of farlar used In Dr Prices Baking I I Powder Is 111 the e act form and composition la which it occurs in the luscious healthful grape I improves the flavor I 1 and adds to the health i fulness ofthe food P ro Alarn N lime jThorphqte J I I k I lIa Prices I Cream 1 H Dakhig I > pmfder I J 1 MRS CARRIE CHAPMAN CATTAT LEFT REV ANNA H SHAW AT RIGHTSUFFRAGETTES IN WORLD CONGRESS I London Eng May iThe raillUmJl umrngotteK of London are this week lie hostesses of lhuSe interested In i jsomans rljhu over tile nthie world 1 Delegates from chilly Iiwlayd ami hot I J Australia lamrlc rti tIc tiaJufy Jap I mcse and n her < clc alec rvri nearly I ivory civilised 3nni r The American cleict delegates at the In ternational Womnrs Suiirjqe consess I iro needed by the preLent qf t I congress Mrs Carrte Chapiunn Cati Hiere are two ministers if lho gospel imong the delegates the Rev Anna H Bhaw and ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 May 1909

m rof j1 f IL NO GUESS WORK I f I WEATHER r FORECAST I l STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE tatbr AND UTAH THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE GUARANTEED BY THE GREATEST WEATHER WILL BE FAIR TONIGHT FAIR NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION IN + AND WARMER TOMORROW THE WORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS r I THIRTYNINTH YEARNO J06 f I OGDEN CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING MAY 5 1909 I I PRICE FIVE CENTS I FINANCIAL AID NEEDED TO 4 COMBAT RAVAGES OF SLEEPINfi SICKNESS 1t Appeal Made to Philanthropists to Supply Meat to Gratify the Only Crav = ing of the StricKenSuffering of Victims Is Intense and Never = i f Ceasing Though They Appear to be in Lethargic State 1 Hoped That Roosevelt Will Pay Visit to Camp I LIht East Africa Saturday April The sleeping sickness com if mission Is hoping that Theodore Roose velt will pay a visit to the expedition camp at Scsse Uganda where Sir Da vld and Lady Bruce are In charge oft the segregation hospitals The go T ernments of Germany France and Del glum as well as the government of r...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 May 1909

I r < < c + i i > J 4 4 AlI J AA THE STANDARD OGDENUxAH J WEDNESDAY MAY 5 1009 rf f n f tt r 1 fI r t M b I I 1I > It f r j I I u c I uY F i 1 l r Good Whiskey Stimulates 2 the et rculationoC theblood1J1akcs the liver active and the bowels regular For most jcadaches and simple complaints it is hotter than any drugs or medicines N uct time you feel run down or ill try i Sun nyBro ok THE PURE FOOD Whiskey It k bottled In bond therefore absolutely pure natural straight rfuekoy mellowed by age only and with a delicious flavor Used judiciously its effect is both invigorating and exhilarating The Green Government Stamp on each bottle is the official proof that it has been distilled aged and bottled under the super vision of U S Government Inspectors If your dealer doesnt carry SUNNY BROOK write us and we will be glad to tell you where to get it SUNNY HROOK DISTILLERY CO Jefferson Co Ky F J KIESEL CO GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS OGDEN UTAH I ii I i t t 1 ORATORIO AT METHODIST I i L r C...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 May 1909

i TS SDDOCD UTAHXSI3DKESDAY MAY 5 1S09 0 C 1 SPLENDOR THAT MAY SOON BE A J WW pF TEE I f PAST WITH THE SULTAN OF r TURKEY I 1 I I I Constantinople April 25 Among all the European sovereigns none da TDunded by niore sorgeous splendor lun the sultan of Turkey HIs gar dons his palace andhls4cqufpage hinf footmens laces all bespeaks Oriental grandeur Tho events of tho next few dayswJjK demonstrate onco and for a 111 whcO err tho sultan will be longer the supremoj monarci of all ho surveys whether these will only be fond memories of tlv past It is known he has atvhls disposal In the porfashlp whjchlsi really a partially armed battlcslilp under the direction of two Americans to convey hlm away from Constantly nople should the Young Turks make thev situation too hot for him HIt clover move of a few months ago In accepting tho Young Turks constitu tion Is generally thought to have been dlplomade but not sincere The re cent uprising in Adana Tarsus and Merslna1 are generally supposed to b bo...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 May 1909

r I l I i 1 f I C I t I afri fc tf R 1 i s oril f I t t I j 1 S T ii J U = f = = = = 1x I < J t FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED d V S TO BE tiFE INSTITUTIONS INDUSTRIAL AND ARE OF INDiJSTRIALLTF t 4 7 PAIRS REACH AND BENEFIT EVERY AVENUE I < I 4 J 4 > j d i Ti itRudnrd j Entered as sccOnd class matter at the Postofflce Ogden Utah under Act of Congress Published Dally except Sundays t by Wm Glasmann I 1 SUBSCRIPTIONS One Month In Advance 76 Six Months In Advance 425 Twelve Months In Advance 800 Above prices Include Sunday Morning Examiner Free t Circulation uarantee Thtt CtfliCtt tbjit circulation of the I EVENING STANDARDs hot betoagdiudaetfu guaranteedby the Mrirti < r CerttfedjCinvtatfao Blue Rook oi ubl AttreZ 4 W IIS I Tbh PHT has proved by tnrtitifution that tbe eireaUtioo reeordt are kept with t eaft fad tbf emulation Hated with tueh ccorac bat odremten may reljr oo any ttattmroti of tatoe made br tbtpubliihen aoder the onrenhrp and management jm iutoorro Aug2 1908 lb L II...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 May 1909

7 i I I 1 i i THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY MAY 5 1909 air s j Take Your Pennies to Rasmussens VV Ogden Post Cards 1c Salt Lake Post Cards 1c Gold Plntod Collar Buttons 1c Pocket Mirror 1c Pair Heel Plates 1c Screen Door Knobs 1c Coat Collar Springs 1o Three Pen Points for 1c Roll of Tape 1c Corset Lace 1c Corncob Pipe 1c Wire Egg Whip 1o Paper of Pins Count 2SO 1c Two Dozen Hooks and Eyes1c Six Sheets Writing Paper 1c Coffee Pot Knobs 1c NIckIc Tip Lead Pencil 1c Coat and Hat Hooks 1C Paper Good English Noodles 1c Tea Strainers 1c Yard Baby Ribbon 1c Bird Cage Springs 1c Any Size Thimble 1c Penholder 1c Yard Hat Elastic 1c Memorandum Book 1C Sheet Colored Tissue Paper 1c Cake Ironing Wax 1c One Dozen Safety Pins 1c Package Carpet Tacks 1c Pencil Tablet 1c Beauty Pins 1c Erasers 1c Slato Pencil 4 for 1c Drawer Pulls 1c Picture Hooks 1c Tea Spoon 1c Bono Crochet Hook 1c Steel Crochet Hook 1c Any size Carriage Bolts 1c THE NEW YORK i RACKET STORE UNDERSELLS EM ALL 10 01 Good Templ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 May 1909

1i4 V 1 1l d i 4 t I V L C S I I 1 < J IKY H I THE STANDARD OGD3I UTAH WEDNESDAY MAY 5 1909 r II I 8 I Li Perfect y Fitting Underwear j A > 1 j V 2j I THE latest wrinkle in Under wear Underwear that fits K e fitf mind body nnd pocket Ve have perfect fitting Under p 1 t and Summer weather ii E wear for Spring er All shapes and sixes i I Weve the best Makers best L i Lir Medium weight merino Underwear 1 i for uncertain Spring weather tor 1 I A1r Bnl in the shade wee 1 t j f0 degrees Jnl briggan Llnles Silk Sea Island Cot r ton and Athletic Underwear 1uJI sleeves or short alcoves full length All sizes I z oiv knee length drawers I 50c 75c to 5100 150 or 200 U x Per Garment Ii 4 v x I Youll be sure to find your lavor I t ite sort of Underwear here Sir 1 I pleasingly priced I I i FRED M NYE COMPANY i 2413 Wash Ave p BOX OfFICE OPEN FRIDAY MAY 7 AT OPERA HOUSE FOR Ij MUSIC FESTIVAL Wednesday May 122 Performances tll i CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SOLOISTS OGDEN TABERNACLE CHOIR i Mati...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 May 1909

r r THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY MAY 5 190 I ADAMS PARKER Expert Qockers and Handicappers f Ogden office Over Isis Theater Twentyfifth St and Wash Ave PHONE INDEPENDENT 729 TODAY WE HAVE RELIABLE INFORMATION TWO HORSES THIS INFORMATION COMES DIRECT BEAT TilE RACES JL9JLI JL JL ILfiJLj JL rTLVJLjuJP There is only one way to do it you must get inside in formation For 15 years we have made it a business to dig up winning information We have the money and we want the best to be had NO GUESS WORK HERE We will give out information only on which we have re liable and direct advice Start with us today and you will be a big winner at end of meeting A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL Office Hours 10 a m to 2 p m Evenings 730 to 900 TERMS 200 DAILY 1000 WEEKLY SPECIAL INDUCE MENTS TO 15 DAY SUBSCRIBERS II + Y ISPORI9 I iAAi < < AAjAA > A > h < 40 AA J AA AA V VV VT rvVV4 YY VV VVVVVV VVofVV + fi < < ij V 1Wo X rl j > + > > > < < > > Nelson Was Always a Coura...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 May 1909

t f 1 j I h j I I i i t I J > h w s 4 > 110 r THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH r WEDNESDAY MAY 61909 1 i n I 11I 1 HH I I J BAKN64IVDE I Makes delicious hot biscuit griddle cakes rolls and muffins The only Baking Powder Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar li DOLLIVEl ATTACKS TARifF Cotton and Wool Schedules Declared to Contain De ceptive Provisions Washington May Attacking the wool and cotton schedules of the pend I t 1 THE AUDITORIUM ALASKAYUKONPACIFIC EXPOSITION AT SEATTLE ONE OF THE PER I MANENT BUILDINGS C I j I f The Alaska YttkonPacific exposition at Seattle occupying 250 acres of the campus of the University of Wash Jiigton will not only exploit Alaska Hawaii and the Philippines and emphasize the Importance of the growing trade Iwlth the orient but after Its gates are closed will leave seven buildings on the grounds for the use of the uui1 kcrsily The Audltorlnm one of the finest of this group cost the state of Washington more than 300000 Whll the exposition Js In progress thi...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 6 May 1909

x ir 1 M k I NO GUESS WORK I I f I WEATHER FORECAST I STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE UTAH THE INDIOATIONS ARE THAT THE AND GUARANTEED BY THE GREATEST WEATHER WILL BE PAIR TONIGHT FAIR NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION IN + AND WARMER TOMORROW THE WORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 L THIRTYNINTH YEARNO 107 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH THURSDAY EVENING MAY 6 1909 I I PRICE FIVE CENTS I MULTITUDE PASSES UP AND DOWN ADANAS STREETS LIKE LOST PEOPLE More Than 25000 Armenians Are Without Homes Shops Tools Cloth ing or BreadThey Throng Factory Yards Where Dole of Flour Is Given Out by Relief CommitteeRev Trowbridge Says Authorities Made7 No Attempt to Master Situation Adana Asiatic Turkey Wednesday April 28Via Constantinople May C The Rev Stephen R Trowbridgc a missionary of tho American board of commissioners for foreign missions estimates the number of Armenians killed In the province of Adana since the outbreak of the antl Christian riot ing at 23000 The missionary said today A conservative estimate of the C...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 6 May 1909

I I r > j F r r 0f i a 7rt i y 1 L v tr > f t THE STANDARD tfGDEN UTAH THURSDAY MAY 6 1909 t f It i 1 4 In May Beware of Dyspepsia 1 IIo 3g K Kw i r a I J r FOR I S YSPEPSl h ttVRRHOFSTOM GOES TO THE HELP OF AMERI CANS IN ASIATIC TURKEY CAPTAIN J QUINANE U S N I I Washington May 5Capt J Quin i ane U S N of the revenue cutter iII j Tacoma which is now at sea has re II ceived wireless messages to proceed with all speed to Alexandretta to look 11 after the welfare of Americans In tho land of massacres His presence In II Asiatic Turkey will have much weight I and ivlll give the American mission H aries and tourists In that country much needed relief I Bees Laxative Cough Syrup Is guar anteed This is because we know what it will do and want to convince you It Is especially recommended for chil dren as It is pleasant to take and is gently laxative For cough colds croup hoarseness whooping cough Prlco 2tfc 50c and 100 Sold by Geo h F Cave and Depot Drug Store 1 SESSION MAY BE r LONG ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 6 May 1909

7 1 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY MAY 6 190 I PRODUCTION PLEASED CROWD ORATORIO PRONOUNCED A VERY CREDITABLE PERFORMANCE Large Audience at McthodlBt Church Applauded Esther the Beauti ful Queen The oratorio Esther the Beautiful Queen was produced at the Metho I dist church last evening before a large and appreciative audience The piece watl costumed throughout and was rendered in acts and scenes upon a commodious stage constructed espec ially for the occasion which permitted the performance of the entire oratorio according to the original stage direc tions As a whole the production was very creditable indeed considering the fact that most of those in the cast are am ateurs with little or no experience along histrionic lines The singing was excellent many of Uio voices dis playing dramatic and artistic merit which might easily win laurels be yond the field of amateur perform ances Mrs F N Hess was heard to ad antage In the role of Queen Esther Ji part which she carried with marked...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
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