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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 December 1910

I C pp r t I e q q J N J yR W W LET YOUR WANTS BE t > > J I t WEATHER FORECAST i f KNOWN IN THE i i z t 1 Utn ii r THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THl EVENING STANDARD f g t WEATHER WILL BE RAIN OR i 4 SNOW ROW TONIGHT AND TOMOR I J t l Fortieth Ye rNo 290 Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING DECEMBER 3 9JO16 PAGES Entered as Second Chin Matter at the Pootofflce Ogden Utah 1 j TALN Of I BiG STRIKE Strike Vote Is Being I Taken on Western 1 Railroads i Jl Chicago Doc Representatives of approximately 65000 conductors anti trainmen employed on tho sixty railroads west of Chicago who have demanded an increase in wages aver aging about 15 per cent are holding dully conferences hero with tho gen eral managers In presenting their ar guments for the advance hi pay and improvements in worltlns condition It is estimated that tho now scales naked bv the mon will exceed In amount those asked by the engineers recently which aggregated nearly 5 000000 Tho employes are represented by S5...

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. — 3 December 1910

i r Lv L 1 r I I 2 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY DECEMBER 3 10H 11 1 t c I f t J SOCIALISTS TO 1 H r HOLD A RAllY I I 1I I j I I The Socialist local of Ogden will I I held n rally meeting Sunday afternoon in Ogdon Music hall 2370 Washing j ton avenue The meeting will be held > I In commendation of the election of M i Victor Derger to the United Slates I congress from Wisconsin The gath I ering will also be In protest of the i Irinrisonmcnt of Fred Warren editor or the Appeal to Reason the leading I S Socialist organ i I A program including several musi cal numbers and short talks by local speaker has been arranged and a I largo gathering of Socialists and l others Is anticipated i I I l r Only One U S Inspected r Establishment in 1 Ogden j Notwithstanding smtcmonts to the contrary by certain proprietors of lo cal meat markets there is nn place In Ogdenneither meat market nor slaughter house nor abbator whore government Inspection is exercised but at the establishment o...

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. — 3 December 1910

< C > < f 4 09 I r 11 11I I I J THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY DECEMBER 3 1910 3 rlRANDOM RtflERtEJCfES t DR J H EPPERSON DENTIST TOP FLOOR LEWIS BLOCK Mmlstcrs to MeetTho Ministerial I Association will meet promtly Mon day morning at 9 oclock in the study of Roy Fisher Tho members of the association aro urged to bear tho dato and limo of meotlng in mind and plan to be prosont t Ordered to Leave Tony Wostfall r the revolutionary Mexican who has I been given the police so much trouble during the past fow weeks and who pleaded not guilty to a charge of vag r rancy in Police court yesterday was I this morning given a suspended sen tence of 90 days The pollco were In structed to SO that Wcstfall either departed from the city within three hours or was locked behind prison bars JO conmcnco tho serving of his nontonce John Holdon charged with being drunk pleaded guilty and was fined 5 Skato at tho Auditorium each after noon aud evening Admission lOc skates 15c Tuesdays 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. — 3 December 1910

c i r t 1rr r SATURDAY DECEMBER 3 lju I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH lv 1 J ii14r turtling tttubttr l1 An Independent Newspaper ESTABLISHED 1870 > PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY 1 f BY WILLIAM GLASMANN t c TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE I BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY i I t t i Dally Every Day r 1 YearS600 Dally Every Day C Afonths300 I 150 Sunday Only 1 Year 200 F t Dally Every Day 3 Mouths r t f In Ogden City by Carrier 75 cents por month Ior Information concerning city subscriptions lolophouc to the city circulation department Both Phones 50 I MURDER OUT ON THE ROAD ti Tho murderer of S E Turner the Union Pacific station agent at Devils Slide is a crime so brutally shocking that all the power of the police force of this city and country should be tendered to the authorities of Morgan county in cooperation with the railroad detectives in an effort to catch the coldblooded murderers I These lonely stations such as the ono at Devils Slide offer ex I ceptional opportunity ...

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. — 3 December 1910

X r f w i If THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY DECEMBER 3 1910 s3 i I STANDARD TELEPHONES r I EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phono No 322 Q Independent two rings56 l BUSINESS OFFICE Either phot o one ring 66 1 I y RANDOM i EFERENCE itJ l H V Yazoo was In the city yester j day from Pocatello Call Allon phones 22 for carriages for funerals and operas Prlvato calls a specialty Also prompt delivery of baggage 412 2Gth H 12 Selek of Idaho Falls was a visitor In this city Friday WANTEDClean white rags at tbo Standard Edward J Merrill a Pocatello resi dent transacted business here ester tiny Advertisers must have their copy for the Evening Standard tho evening before the day on which the adver tlBcmcnt Is to appear In order to In euro publication Mrs F W Klack of Salt Lake City Is visiting friends In Ogden Get your Union Pacific and Oregon Short Line tickets at the offico In the Opera House Block Dont forco your i Ber to stand In Uno at tho Depot J W Edmonds was a Salt Lako I vlfltor in Ogden ...

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. — 3 December 1910

r < J I T I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY DECEMBER 3 19111 o I G mv cII = iJ n F IOGDfN TEA TfR I THF1rPB1LLIP KEENE I VOOMEANY IN k I r DAM ON j i AND I I YTHIAS The Great Classic Play of the Age H ON J 1 TUESDAY DEC 6 I Seats on sale Monday and I Tuesday Prices 25c 60c 76c 100 I CASES FILED IN LOWER e i COURT The following cases have been Died in tho Municipal court I Kelly Herrick versus John C I Mitchell tho plaintiff asking for a II Judgment of 3831 on a promissory I note + I I noteUtah Light and Railway company I versus Fife and Sew H for 60 on I account I Harness Dix Company versus I David Campbell for 860 on a promissory issory note Harness Db Company vorsus I John Barrett for 39 on a promissory noto noteHarness Harness Dix Company versus r Bert Mulr for 890 on a promissory I j noteAmeUn i Amelia 0 Bedford versus J E Richardson for 27 on a promissory f note noteDr Dr E 31 Conroy versus Sirs Kato Reardon for 13G for professional I < services I Utah and Oregon...

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. — 3 December 1910

1 I 1rI J v W H WRIGHT SONS CO OGDEN UTAH TOYLAND TOYLAND W H WRIGHT SONS CO OGDEN UTAH 3 0 j Select Your Toys Today Delays Cause DIsapPointments i II 1 NUTS AND CANDIES This list does not tell half of the storyf there is any special toy you want and dpnt see TOILET SETS i j t Christmas nixed candies in the sugar it hereask I ask Us about it < Sensible inexpensive sets of manicure I creams or the hard kinds also date s Make selections now while line is while is fresh and yo brush and comb and sanitary hair sols covered creams orange and lemon c every s complete > e every toy IS l a n new in which the articles of y arc o superior I slices gum drops ehocolaJos and a while the wrapping department give the best serviceKnow the rr rr 9 c Tapp can now quality These are offered in Infants grcat variety of pieces per Ibl5i satisfaction of having the goods in the house long beforehand WRrfGHTS sets Ladies or Gentlemens < I I t t + t ti f S l NESTED BLOCKS Largest size C 12 inches sq...

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. — 3 December 1910

r L = I u lql = = lnhIR 1 t I rf i THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY DECEMBER 3 1910 L l F II 8 I i Jr I l I l l f j I I Uncolored I I 1 CHOIceST It Government WA I Inspected I NJ111fJj I SA fAAIitISCQ i HA POU V II I M J Brandenstein tr Co > San Francisco 1 i L I KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE OGDEN MEAT COre We handle only U S Inspected Meats which protects you from j I I all diseased and unclean meats > Telephone Bell 23 Ind 202 Free delivery I t lat j i First Congregational Chruch I Adams avenue near Twqntyfifth I Btroet Frank G Braincrd minister Mrs Bessi Dean Allison soloist Mrs I I W G Dalrjmplo superintendent p I I Sunday school Read Reeve president t Y P S C E Morning service 11 h oclock Sermon the first or a series I on The Development of Our Human I I Conception of God Solo 0 Refit I f in the Lord Elijah Evening service I 730 oclock Sermon The Strength I eners of the Weak Solo The j I 1 Chimney Corner Cowen Sunday II I school at 1215 Y P S C E at I 1 L C30 Tho public i...

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. — 3 December 1910

r i I Part Two i THE EVENING STANDARD I Pages 9 to 161 1 FORTIETH YEAR NO 290 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING DECEMBER 3 J9JO PRICE FIVE CENTS j t A C L r = Y = = I 0 p > 1 I J 0 f 1 9JI Joseph X Jisheier I I > HE clerk speaking with great distinctness fin ished the reading of the bill and then a deep hum of interest ran through the House No other measure offered during the session had excited half as much interest as this proposal of Mr Moores to regulate the schools of the State ac cording to a new system drastic nay revolutionary in us character The question was already a sore one A committee after a long examination had made a severe report upon existing methods stating unanimously that the schools were antiquated and decidedly inferior to those of other States The pride of the people and also that of the House and Senate had been touched Many of the members had come tc the aid of the old system anti others had publicly announced that they would support the com mittee It ...

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. — 3 December 1910

f 1 I T V > r v I i I t w I I Z A G B f r t 1 j If t J d rt k I J 4t j i j h J l IIi U Ij > t j Y J lC f LDJ EYT YE 4 r4 0 a iec > r + r 1 Ii C rA I j II s i I I I j I F 1 I 0 Charles I Womens WI NT En HAT Dwyer I y Home THE MID = = z r f i t I Editor I Page ft By HELEN FALCO II J I I I J 1 RUSSIAN r P TURBANS More Popular than Ever this SeasonFur Trim F mings Used Great Deal that say with accuracy F ono can not at all IF there Is any dominant in tho millinery styles for this j winter this noto Is the Russian II anything It will lie more popular even than it was last season Turbans them of I there are on every hand some look at a distance like the headgear of the marauding Cossack somo like a Hussars shako But to be precise it Is hardly cor rect to talk of a dominant note For the principal feature of the winter hat is that a clever woman can wear I almost any style lhat suits hor and be r very fashionable To be sure she can adapt her favorite style after the I Russian manne...

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. — 3 December 1910

I H M r I THEO6DLENSTAKDARD I 1 i I JI I j HYTHE ALOOFNESS or NEW Y 0 R K 2 YA Observant Provincial Speaking for Millions of irfCJhers Tells How They Regard the Metropolis Also How the Metropolis Views Yap Who After All Has a Big Advantage Mrs Josiah Soandsofrorn Kenosha CopyilRbt 1910 by the New VorL Ilirald Co All r1gbte reserved on the purposes of many persons n proper map of the United Stutes would show a large black FOR on the Atlantic coast labelled New York nnd for the rest n huge blunk space marked Great American Desert Geographical maps topographical maps and many other kinds of graphical maps Hlustiale mountains rivers watersheds towns cities and other features of Interest to scientists with each State displayed In red green or some other fancy color but a soclographlcal map would show the Island of Manhattan In a deep crimson fading off Into pink and faint rose to Include everything as fur as New Ilochelle and the near half of Long Island while the remainder of the United...

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. — 3 December 1910

1 7 i A t i rJj l 1f IH1 IE Q GJ IlJ IE N 5 AN A llJ I I o K K I N M ETAL 0 i ig7zLl J < I i r yt i Yet LrL 7Jl ll I I j KtiDt > JJG 4 f I iii a A Plate in Repousse of High Relict Other Pieces in Simple Ltnc Engraving J < r r l J A S a4 k i f of i 4 HEN the novice in metal work Ing once tastes the joy of I W actually constructing some ar f tistic bit of ilvcrsi ilhy then from that time forward the at 1 traction of the shop made ar I ticle for her is forever gone Then too i she begins to appreciate the value of be i coming more and more familiar with the best methods employed by expert crafts I men She will see new beauties in hand wrought ollvcr and gold and will delve with all the strength of her new born enthusiasm Into the fascinating study of the work r C the ancient craftsmen und I will see with what small and simple i equipment they turned out articles of rare workmanship and exquisite design Take the rich silver flagons and other similar vessels of olden Rome and the...

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. — 3 December 1910

1ry = ry W our Cilli s on 2 W I Wasilld3 4 tj H a Wsw Perfection Oil Heater s When clothes cant be huna outside and must be b dried in a room or cellar the New Perfection Oil Heater quickly does the work ttit of sun and air You can hang up the wet clothes light your Perfec tion Oil Heater open the damper top and the heat rises and quickly t dries the clothes wt Do not put off washing to rD t await a sunny day in order to avoid x t It mildew Dry your washing any t t day with hot air from a t E llO 0 1 4 I Absolutely smokeless and odorless It elves just as much heat as you desire It is safe odorless and smokeless It has an auttomafliclocldng flame spreader which prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke and is easy to remove and drop back so the wick can be quickly cleaned Burner body or gallery cannot become wedged be cause of a new device In construction and can always be easily unscrewed for rcwicking An Ind color shows the amount of oil in the font Filler enp does n...

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. — 3 December 1910

yr S t l f r 5 8 TEOGDEN ST AN AIR IIJ l k i 1 il v r rJtlAN G 1 NG fR 0 MA U GE TT Le 99 TO A GI SIT I EING the Story of One Woman Who Bent on i Procuring Suffrage for Her Sex Tackles the Mili I tant Process and Becomes a Backslider s CoPTtIiht 1P10 br tho New York HcralJ Co All rtctU rcrf < l HEN I am asked how I mine to adopt the cause of woman suffrage I Invariably answer XI I saver swerWhy I was born a suffragist And that is literally the truth Mother father mints uncles and even more distant relatives had adopted the cause long before I came into their sphere of action My two brothers equally with me listened to and Imbibed the doctrine of the vote for women and as a matter of course we three became suffragists J Despite tIlls fact we were on the whole a conser vative family AVc were suffragists with tho gist as It Is accepted popularparlance accented that la we believed lu votes for women us a matter of Jus tice in consideration of womans place In the com munity and her us...

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. — 3 December 1910

w = Li R EAJ ES11E1E 11 FOR REAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMN WE HAVE TWO nice framo houses jusl completed on wall avenue L throo rooms pantry anti closoL ce ment collar electric lights good lot t take your choice for 1260 small k payments down pay something every montli beats paying rent Hunter Kennedy second lloor First National I 1128lwk I GLORIOUS KOOTENAY BRITISH COLVMBIABuy a fertile fruit form 10 cash sip monthly No irri i gating Delightful cllmnte Free book Jet cv Investors Trust Mortgages Corporation Lttl1 131 Hastings W Vancouver B C ll2Glwk SALT LAJKTh OGDlEN EILECTRiC RAilWAY LEAVE OGDEN C10 a p 730 n m 9 a m 103t J a in 12 noon 130 p m 3 p 01 I 430 p m C p m 730 p m 9 p m 3030 p m I Twelve fast trains each way dally Call Baajborgcr Express either phone for quick and careful service In Salt Lake valley J F REARDON Gen SuoL I i II UNION DEPOT TIME CARD i EFFECTIVE OCT 16th 1910 I Mountain Time DENVER i RIO GRANDE R R I DEPART GEXPIOH for the East 700 nm 10 To Salt Lake 9...

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. — 3 December 1910

till JrJ r 1 I M It 1 I u i I r t w 11 T 1 51r A N II A n IR J 1ft 1 1 I i 1 e 9 I l IHI IE CG II IE N > JIJ I IW r Yt WSJ I Pink Voile de Sole Gown i j Photo Copjrlslii 1110 by lUutiTncer Exclusiva C prljht 1910 New York Uerad BY MRS A T ASHMORE I HAT to include in the winter outfit is a serious question in these days when dress plays PO important a part In life Ixo woman cares to invest too ex trnvagantly and rashly in gowns JIG eccentric ns those that fashion has for the moment advocated At the same time I If n woman is to take a prominent posi tion socially it is most requisite she he well gowned There can be no denying that to be well gowned elves a quiet as eurance and independence that arc hard to define There are so many different gowns re quisite now in n complete outfit that It is best to choose most carefully in order to select only what will be satisfactory The street costume is all important and not only one but two and three nnd four For the practical serviceable ev...

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. — 5 December 1910

St LET YOUR WANTS BE WEATHER FORECAST O KNOWN IN THE 1xc THE INDICATIONS AR1 T AT TH I WEATHER WILL BE FAIR TO t EVENING STANDARD NIGHT AND TOMORROW Fortieth Year No 291 Price FJvc Cent OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING DECEMBER 5 J9JO Entered as Second Clooa Matter at the Poetofflce Ogden Utah CONGRESS N SESSION Speaker Cannon and Champ Clark Are Given Ovations Washington Dec 5Both houses of congress convened today for the third and lust session of the Sixty first congress The galleries Wero croxlid und there was a good at tcndance of senators and represent atives In the senate a number ot rww faces wero to too seen Senator Tilhnan who has been absent from his seat for some time was In bin place Ho showed the effects his long Illness and entered the chamber supporting himself by a stout cane Senator Scott Just recovering from an Illness that confined him to his hod for several days also was In his place Speaker Cannon received a remark able ovation when he took up the gavel of the ses...

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. — 5 December 1910

1Crr tf 7 t l qm I I re lL THE rTT8NfG STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 5 1910 Ells H old Annua I Memorial Ser it t Impressive Was the Session of the Lodge of Sorrow Held at the Ogden Theater Sunday Afternoon by Ogden j LodgeNo719BPOElkS h I p In Memoriam I 1 GEORGE L WADE JOHN H BRADY HARRY S HOWARD JULIUS C KIESEL JESSE F BAKER SAMUEL WAY ANDREW C HEINZER LOUIS J HOLTHER CHARLES W LOWREY EDWARD S LUTY GEORGE H CORSE ALBERT L HOWE GORDON S GRANT SEYMOUR L CLARK ARTHUR E BAKER WILLIAM MARSH WILLIAM J WOOD FRED ARBOGAST WILLIAM L MAGINNIS HARRY E BLAIN fc SAMUEL H WINTER GEORGE T HOOD The faults of our brothers we write pon the sands Their virtues upon the tablets of love and memory i If I As softly asd reverently as arc r siokeu the names of those who were nearest and dearest so wero spoken tho names of twentytwo departed members of Ogden lodge No 719 Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks at the annual memorial service I f conducted In the Ogden healer yes terday afternoon f U ...

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. — 5 December 1910

I I Iw = = 1 I r II r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDENUTAUMONDAY DECEMBER 5 1910 3 < ft < 1 1 jJ E S T 1 1 n Jj FOR MEAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMN i WE HAVE CLOSE IN A 5 room modern frame now 240000 Iroom modern frame now 220000 Groom modern framo and barn 255000 room brick house and bath room lot 48x171 feet must sell maUo us an offer Lots ou 29th and Lincoln 05000 groom house large barn and 2 acres of land good location HOOOOO we will sell on easy terms See Carl C Rasrnusson 0 350 24th St 1232 wks 1 I I I i i1 jl 1 i f 1t I r r f t 3I t II i iI < S I SALT LAKE I OGDEN I ELECTRIC RAIL WAY I LEAVE OGDEN G10 a p 730 a in 3 a m 1039 a m 12 noon 130 p zu 3 p m 430 p m C p m 730 p nx 9 p m 10 30 p m Twelve fast trains each way daily Call Daoiborgor Express either phone for quick and careful 3crvlco In Salt Lake Talley SIMON BAMBERGER Pros I UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE OCT 16th 1910 Mountain Time DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DEPART C Exjircna for tho East 700 nm 10 To Salt Lako 900 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. — 5 December 1910

V = Jir tf i IY 1fr ft h v41 J lll l V 1 r c f 1 MONDAY DECEMBER 5 I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH 1910 j W4r iEurutug tauirui An Independent Newspaper ESTABLISHED 1870 PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY WILLIAM GLASMANN TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OODEN CITY I Dally Every fluy 1 Year600 Dally Every Day C Months300 t Dally Every Pny 3 Months150 Sunday Only 1 Year 200 t tar In Ogden City by Carrier 75 cents per month For Information concerning city subscriptions telephone to tho city i circulation department Both Phones 5C 7 u ACTION AGAINST COAL COMBINE Secretary of State Tingey in response to a demand first made by tho Standard and then reiterated has called on the coal companies t doing business in Utah to offer proof that they are not in a combine or failing so to do to suffer the loss of thoir corporate rights to do i business within the state r This should bring a solution to the coal problem With vigorous t action on the part of the state officials ...

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