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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 14 May 1909

Al 1 A factor for pure food antedating all state and national food laws 3 DR PRICES a BAKING POWDER No Alum No Phosphates Be on your guard Alum Pow ders may be known by their price 10 or 25c a lb or one cent an ounce SECURED MONEY BY FALSE PRETENSES I Kansas City May 13 Charles E Nord a real estate broker who was arrested hero several months ago on charges of securing money by pretenses was placed on trial here today Whon Nord was arrested plowing letters addressed to him from I women in a dozen different states reaching from Now York to Now Mexi J co were found in his trunk In al I juost every instance tho writer be I tween words of love spoke of money advanced to Nord and of deals which ho was supposed to be conducting for them Many of tho letters were pub lished and some of the women wrote the local authorities denouncing Nord and asserting that he had not dealt squarely with them The charge on which Nord Is be ing tried in that preferred by Mrs Carrie Hamilton a milliner formerl...

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. — 15 May 1909

r TTii > 0 TL NO GUESS WORK I I WEATHER FORECAST J STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE AND GUAR tan UTAHTHE INDICATIONS t alt at ARE THEEE WILL BE ANTEED BY THE GREATEST SHOWERS TONIGHT OR NEWS GATHERING ASSO + SUNDAY CIATION IN THE WORLD X iii 39TH YEARNO H5 I OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING MAY 15 09TWENTY PAGES I I PRICE FIVE CENTS I MIRACULOUS ESCAPES FROM DEATH IN STORM THAT SWEEPS STArES r Baby Is Blown From Mothers Arms and Deposited Uninjured in Vacant LotTowns of Kansas Oklahoma and Missouri Made Desolate and Many Are Killed and InjuredTerrific Downpour of I I Rain Follows Series of Tornadoes Kansas City May 5A recapitu r lation of last nights storm general over northwestern Missouri and oast rrn and contnxl Kaunas and extending Into Oklahoma and which lu places reached the proportions of a tornadJ shows three known dead six others ulsslng and fiftyfive Injured at leant I halt a dozen of the latter seriously hurL I The principal damago was dono at HolllB a town of 150 inhab...

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. — 15 May 1909

I = 1 E JWL UTA1JU AiUSJA MAY 10 18UrJ I 1tifi TE JAlfJ E u S Ai Y I tI Pure Whiskey Often Prevents Sickness Many a serious sickness has beenchecked in time by the judicious use of Sunny Brook THE PURE FOOD 1 Whiskey As a healthful tonic for home use or a wholesome stimulant in 5udden lIlnc5s IL hns no equaL No homo should bo cue lthout of I1clcldenI1t8 moderate or JSQnfStirihl beneficial to those who are ailing nnd It will Increase the vIgor 01 inoso who are well Genuine SUNNY 1r YsoS S 100 proof and every BROOK Pure Food Whisker Is U S Stndord1OO bottlo bears the GoY rnmcnt Green Stamp ahowlnc the correct age and measure Aaft Yoar Dealer for It SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO Jefferson Co Ky F J KIESEL CO GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS OGDEN UTAH g S 7 By the Way H ladies of Ogden 4 I attended the scientific bread making lecture and demonstration at the Weber Academy b5 Miss Van Cott and was never better entertain ed and pleased at what I saw and heard The lecture sparkles with witt and the Instr...

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. — 15 May 1909

1tJ S TH STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY MAY 1R 10OCl 1 TWO MEN KILLED I WHEN DERRICK f COLLAPSES l ACCIDENT OCCURS AT JORDAN TRANSFORMER STATION t Victims Are Employes of the Utah I Light < Railway Company in Salt Lake Two men were killed and another aeriouHly injured ycsterdny at Salt Lake when a derrick employed In pile driving collapsed and fell across the high tension wires of tlo Telluride Power company The accident occurred at the Jordan river transformer station of the Utah Light and Railway company in that Ity The derrick of the pile driver gave way and fell to the ground car I iing with It a wire of 40000 voltage This wiro fell upon Morton W Wheeler employed at the station as isplstant operator and burned him to 1 < nalh while the frame of the derrick caught William D Frccklcson and ndruw Wcston engaged in driving piles Freckolsou sustained a fracture of the skull and died a few hours later on the operating table Weston escaped I I caped with serious Injuries I Salmon P...

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. — 15 May 1909

T TIT iX f f f 4 s t jJ rx gr3 tc i > t J > M < ft rMz > < I = a f1 > I < FAIRS REACH AND BENEFIT EvW AVENUE OP INDUSTRIAL LIFE AND ilk INSTITUTIONS T 5 BE F IT RDANDENOOU1A EJ I ir ji t Jln 4ltt Entered as secondclass matter at the Postoffice Ogden Utah under Act of Congress published Dally excopt Sundays by Wm Glaamann SUBSCRIPTIONS One Month In Advance 75 Six Months In Advancol 425 Twelve Months In Advance 800 Above prices Include Sunday Morning Examiner Free Ctafation guarantee r f ha Certifies that the circulation ofttv B ENmG S1AlllJARD bni been aodhed and it gotranteed tht Adreetiurt Certtfed Circulation Blue Book 19 Crrtlil An7 I II 0Hr S1 CA tlf Tbn Paptr ht proud by nthciqatr7 that the circulation rccordi are kept wgh cart and tbt circulation tteted with such nceoraft that adrertiten oar rely on any J itattrseott aflame Udc by thepublithers oattr the ownenhlp ocd management i T I Auo i9 1903 r ADVERTISING RATES The Evening and SemiWeekly Standard Per I...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 15 May 1909

I r w I r i THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY MAY 16 1909 8 i i Heres ci Ca r dy the Very Fmest HAVE you tried the tempting new confection Sorority Chocolates m about v yI ° rAIade The candy ever one is talking Your haven > candy education is sadly neglected if you 7 aen tyouve a new treat in store I Come to us for delicious a dainty craftsmanship box of this pure candy J 60 cents the pound ff f ± H ore rita Jthoc tat s I lr 9 A yOU will vow you never ate chocolates so fine so snappy of coveringso meltingly good on the tongue Theyre a j nvaff stock confectionthe cream of creams No Bonder the college girls and high school maidens ibo prDbeD country over arc ilnclnc their Youd boltor try a box of ilinc Sorority Chocolates today AGENTS IN OGDEN ggcc 1 Prescription Specialists 2479 Washington Ave OGDEN UTAH j 1 p0 NdFI e < t ff I UNON LABS STANDARD TELEPHONES t 1 EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rings No 50 I Bell Phone two ringsNo 66 BUSINESS OFFICE f Ind Phone one ringNo 60 Boll Pho...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 15 May 1909

I wi 6 t THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SA1URD Ay MAY 15 190S e + I j I Collars and Cuffs 1 > i I i 1 I TYTE handle only such Collars w and Cuffs as we arc sure ofwe know the Maker I We have Collars at 25c each The or two for 25c I Other Stores sell I Collars I at about tho same prices I but comparo the Collars thats the test that tells the r I story Cuffs 25 cents I As good as our Collars i We keep full lines of all the popular styles and every new thing in Collars and Cuffs is always to be found here Fred M Nye Company 2413 WasH Ave SPECIAL SALE PRiCES I I On All Spring SUITS We Lover carry suits from one season to another preer ing to clean up and so doing give our customers the advan tage of sale prices In season The suite in this sale are our entire stock of highgrade suits 1600 suits I502100 suits 1750 Sale prices on all tho two and thrcoplecc suits SPECIAL SALE OF FINE MILLINERY TIIEMMWYKESCO 2335 Washington Ave I 1 RANDOM I REFERENCES H P Henderoon Seriously IIJH i H Henderson w...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 15 May 1909

1 f JJIIlf r4rk 1yt L J 6 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH i SATURDAY MAY 15 1909 AMUSEMENTS I s GRAND JOPERA HOUSE plrectlon Northwestern Theatrical Msn R P HERRICK Res Mgr 1f f TONI GUT i ERNEST SHUTER t Presents hIR MONROE i < SALISBURY If In the poworful modern drama I 1 The Mills of the 60ds r By Geo Broadhurst Author The Man of the Hour Metropolitan Cast an Artistic Pro duction Success of Lost Season Astor Theater New York PRICES 25c to 150 SEAT SALE NOW ON 206 Ind Only GRAND OPERA HOUSE Direction Northwestern Theatrical Accn R p HERRICK Res Mgr SUNDAY Eighth Triumphant Season The Play Beautiful A MESSAGE fROM MARS 1000 Nights London 500 Nights New York A special company Including the brilliant Bnglish comedian BERESFORD LOVETT www Prices 25c to 150 Seat Sale Saturday 206 Ind Only GRAND OPERA HOUSE Direction Northwestern Theatrical Aesn R P HERRICK Res Mgr MONDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT I WONDERFUL MOTION PICTURES of tho BURNS = JOHNSON BATTft For the worlds heavyweight cham pionship whic...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 15 May 1909

LI I H r I 8 0 THE STANDARD f OGDEN UTAIT SATURDAY MAY = 16 190tJ t I F THE ONLY BAKING POWDER mrde from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Royal Baking Powder is l the greatest of time and j labor savers to the pastry cook It economizes flour but ter and eggs and makes the food digestible and healthful yL BAKING POWDER l m g I CONSTERNATION REIGNS AMONG fARMERS t WORK ON HIGH LINE CANAL IS SUSPENDED Farmers Have Struggled Seven Years to Secure Government Aid in Irrigation Project i Grand Junction Coo May HTho I order of Secretary of the Interior Bol I linger suspending work on tho high I I line canal which is regarded as one liii tho most important Irrigation I projects In Colorado has brought con sternation to tlc fanuprc of the Grand valley In response to telegrams asking the I reason for the suspension of opera tions Mr Balinger < ls replied thnt ho desires to familiarize himscH fur ther with the situation before con tinning the work V Tho farmers of the Grand valley I have struggle...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 15 May 1909

I r Pages 9 to 16 i THE OGDEN ST ANDARDI Part Two THIRTYNINTH YEAR = NO U5 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING MAY 15 J909 PRICE FIVE CENTS a j > > I 4 I > I L J Ti i j IN GA3T S 1 y t I r AFRICA Lion Hunting in the Molopo Country By PERCY SELOUS r r Wherever guns are made and sold and gam is hunted for the sake of the sport of it the name of Scions is familiar The stories of his achievements circle the globe and lens of thousands of lesser hunters feet honored lo have hunted with him on occasion or to hallo crossed his track or followed his trail A confirmed nomad a soldier of the chase by irresistible predilection he has spent his life hunting trapping and traveling sometimes in the Canadian woods sometimes in the forests of the Andes sometimes in the passes of the Central Asian mountains sometimes in the northern ice sometimes in the African jungle and the story of his hunting experiences is a ro mance of fact and adventure A member of this famous family of hunters is accom...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 15 May 1909

I i JEFFERSON DE ANGELIS lit SCORES IN THE BEAUTY < SPOT I I i From Our New York Dramatic Corre spondent Hi UI2AIJTY SPOT at the I T Herald Square theater rofst8 a standard foi mu sical comedy productions i that Is unfortunately rarely Jlvcd up to In these modern days when quan tity and npt quality seems the aim of producing manager and playwright allko With Jefferson do Angells and sprightly Marguerite Clark In the leading roles book by Joseph W Her bert and music by Reginald De Koven I Tho Beauty Spot has hit the popular metropolitan fancy I Tho play will remain at tho Herald Square theater throughout tho spring I and will continuo on into tho summer Tho so called summer show of tho past has succumbed to tho loud cry for something better that has arisen from the populous centers The high est claw summer show of today has outgrown tho slap stick and low Dutch and low Irish comedian phase It has even drawn clear of the vaudeville tendency to a considerable extent and become a leg...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 15 May 1909

r j l < l r t it r r y I J j 1 IN41IL4 Ir UI 13 j Trs t1r U OJ PR A SFC R i Y I HERE was a little shop in the village where all manner of fanciful woodwork i liB was sold to the foreigners who came by or to the dealers who traveled through the country to stock their bazaars in the great towns lianas baskets of wistaria stem graygreen and mystic with the silence of their birthplace pure and class ical in form always found ready buyers and the kind woman at the wood shop would say as she handed over the piles of coppers round coarse coppers with a square hole Jo string them by which represented lianas tiny gains Oh liana San bring me more of t wistaria baskets I That crescentshaped one is always liked and as for the gourd with the hanging vine why I could sell ten of those for every one you bring 1 Then JIani would smile her thanks and return to Kamoyo exactly ten per cent of what she had received as a thank offering for her trouble and would say I Very well Kamoyo San I will see i...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 15 May 1909

IfI T 1 t I t + frH + > MHK H > M4 + + I + HI I r3 Marxian Club Socialists + Any question concerning Social 1 Ism answered Address all com II 11 0 munications to K S Milliard J r t 436 Hcrrlck Avenue otH + HI + t + HH + + fr THE ICEGORGE OF CONTENT MENT When recently an icegorge blocked the channel of Niagara and endan gered three cities newspaper corre spondents deluged their columns with tho news A much worse icegorge that threatens not three cities mere ly but the whole land lies right under IJielr noses and is not even noticed It is tho icegorge of contentment Whatever Is is right Is the mot to of each individual icechunk In this gorge and his name is legion The cost of living soars out of n11 proportion to tho Jncnaso in wages In tho last ten years living expenses have risen 354 per cent while wages even If all tho alleged raises are I i true have increased only 191 per I cenL Yet the Icechunk points to this latter figure and contentedly says I Wages arc going up By tho d...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 15 May 1909

f rr 1r < ffr < r I U n i r O I 1G r rAGE JSJ tOt > 1 G 0 Cr L J R > 4 O O Ea eo 4 mt I LESSENING THE HOUSEKEEPERS DRUDGERY y If Simple Treatment of Walls Floors and Furnishings the Secret I THE day is fast approaching when private houses will rival hospitals in I cleanliness and sanitary furnishings We are beginning to love cleanliness and to abhor dust and dirt as breeders of dis ease and discomfort This love of cleanliness has brought about a change m our ideas of finishing and furnishing our houses We are demanding that I they shall be easily cleaned and we arc learning that we must have simple things and simple conditions The modern housewife has for her working creed that of William Morris r Have nothing you do not know to be useful and think to be beautiful Lessening tho Drudgery That creed means less drudgery and greater enjoyment of life It means that cozy corners and oriental dens arc no longer the ideals Stuffiness and stale I r j rJ it into an open selfrespec...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 15 May 1909

= = = 9 I i I I NEWS N ESAR E R S cJIT = 1 RUDIMENTS OF FARMING Valuable Instructions to Boys f I Regarding the Growing of Farm Crops rj r BY lURAK H SHEPARD Field and garden plants must have their roots can hull room in which spread The rows should bo far enough apart the enough apart In and the plants far rows sO that thclr roots will not Inter fere with each other In their search I for plant food Crowded plants grow small and pro duce small and inferior fruit while plants given plenty of room may grow I to larrrc size nud produce an abundance I of large perfect fruit In plantlngand cultivating farm and garden crops we should always keep In mind the action of the roots To this end the soil should bo plowed or spaded deeply to mako it soft and IOOBC After plowing tho soil must bo made fine and oven It must not contain large hard lumps or clods for plant roots cannot easily and quickly grow through them Plowing the soil deeply allows the roots of cultivated plants to easily prow dow...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 15 May 1909

41f pn FRANK DOANE AMERICAS MOST VERSATILE COMEDfAN From Our Now York Dramatic Corro spondent HAT you can never tell what THAT can do till you do It Is nn axiom that has had wido ap plication to tho stage If dur I Ing the early part of his career som f ono had told Frank Doane tho famous straight comedian character actor and comic opera singer that he would ono day lead tho American stage as a por I trayer of a black face role Doanc would have questioned the stability of his In formers mind Tot that Is what ho Is now doing In t Now York city though ho will not continue In this line of work except as his present engagement requlros Primarily a straight comedian at the outset of his stage Ufo Doane had ho been composed of ordinary fiber would have been compelled to follow his original line of work to the exclusion of all others But early In his pro fessional work critics and managers realized that his abilities oxtended over wldo range that his limitations I were abnormally few and th...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 15 May 1909

I c r t 1IrYa i c ii b v ce = u a a c I u 7r ifI rI1 Tuft regime can scarcoly ho designated a young mans admin C istration In the siMiso that tbo I term was used during the Roose i velt ten oro nt the White Housp i Particularly IN the changed condition no ticeable within the charmed circle of the Cabinet The former president by the election ot men such as Bacon Cortel ynu Garfield end Nowbcrry showed a dlnposltlon to place power In tho hands of men under rather than over W years of age President Taft on the other hand with n lawyers inspect for ripe experience hai recruited a cabinet tbo average age of which IB nearly 53 yearn and were It not for tho youth of Pest I rooster General Hitchcock tho baby of the Cabinet whose 12 years materially I reduces tho average the flgme would bo nigh 60 1 Seldom hoe a Presidential Cabinet dis I closed the range ot ages to be seen in i tile Taft official family As has been paid the new Postmaster General Is but 41 and Secretary of the Nary Meyer 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. — 17 May 1909

O r > > > ft f 7 < 4 L NO GUESS WORK I > I 1 I WEATHER FORECAST STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE l AND GUARANTEED BY THE GREATEST t Y 11tt WI UTAHTHE WEATHER INDICATIONS WILL BE FAIR TONIGHT AND THE NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION IN + TOMORROW THE WORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS P T THIRTYNINTH YEAR NO 116 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING MAY 17 190 I PRICE FIVE CENTS I PITIABLE CONDITIONS III I REFUGEE CAMPS OF ASIA MiNOR < Thousands of Unfortunates Huddle Together Without Food Shelter and Medical Aid Epidemic of Disease in Crowded Quarters Is Feared and the Appeal for Financial Aid Is Urgent American Property Is Protected Merslna Asiatic Turkey Sunday May GCaptain Wm A Marshall coriimandlng the American armored ciulsor North Carolina now In this port has been Investigating condi tions Hehad a conference with the governor of Adana province yester day As a result full protection has been promised American Interests at Adana and guards are patrolling the Anieiican property ...

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. — 17 May 1909

L F UTAH MONDAY MAy 17 1909 ci l THE STANDARD OGDEN JIll 1 I POSTAL STRIKE IS PRACTI GALL Y DEAD Only Four Hnndred Men OutAll Expected to Return Promptly L I Desperation of Leaders Evidenced by Destructive Measures Thirty Cables Cut Paris May 16The postal strike is j practically dead The government I officials announce that only 400 men are out and these arc expected to returne tomorrow morning At a meeting today 3000 postal em ployes listened to violent harangues from the labor leaders who prophesied following that grave events would happen lowing action by tho outside unions A resolution was adopted that the struggle bo continued to a finish Two other matters under the aus pices of organled union organisations were characterized by revolutionary speeches In which It was declared that the workmens 1793 is at baud M Pataud tho electricians leader I evoked enthusiasm when ho recom mended the overthrow of tho existing f regime One of the speakers how ever many unions were not yet read...

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. — 17 May 1909

T S F THE STANDARD OOD3L UTAH MONDAY MAY 17 1909 NORTHERN MAil RiflED BY BANDITS I ENGINE SENT WILD DOWN THE TRACK Conductor and Trainmen Make Futile r Effort to Stop Flight Passen gers Are Injured Spokane Wash May 161n the holdup of the Great Northern passen ger train No 3 belwcn Colbert and Mend shortly before midnight last night twelve persons wero Injured when the engine and mall car run wild down the track by the bandits after they had rifled the malls collid ed with the remaining cars of the train The bandits detached tho en sine and mall car from the train then ran them down tho track a consider ible distance and llion after the reg istered mall had been opened sent the I engine back to collide with tIle stand Ing cars I The conductor saw the wild cars I coming down the track at a rale of wentyflve miles an hour when they were considerable distance away and I ui and one of the trainmen placed a I ie on the track In an endeavor to I loptheir wild flight The engine and ur were ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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