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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 10 December 1910

oJ = 1 I o THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY DECEMBER 10 1910 Ii N t JTIUyc D I ITu I Jr rnh HJ ry GOOD t UFOTEMWEAR Is necessary to comfort Weve 3 t r I the most I l comforting underwearnot the scratchy itchy kind I STALEY BRlUIDGLOBE BRAND I G M BRAND All Good All Different Drop In 0 The Tog IrY Under Arlington Hotel I = L3hH r u STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE Either pho r ono ring 56 RANDOM RrEfrE fE NetS Gordon T Hyde was among the Salt Lake visitors In Ogden yesterday Call Allen phones 22 for carriages for funoraJs ant operas Private calls a specialty Also prompt delivery ot bPKsage 412 2Gth W S Drown of Orchard was a vis itor In the city last evening WANTED Clean whlto rags at tho Standard J L Kcegan a resident of Mont tello Nov was a business visitor In the city yesterday Advertisers must have their copy for tho Evening Standard the evening beforo the day on which tho advor I tiseinent Is to appoar In order ...

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. — 10 December 1910

I 1 F I cifllUL THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY DECEMBER 1U 1810 1 I V BATH ROBES1 r Every mnn that sees our Batik Robos wants one No wonder ThereV no garment a man can own that will afford t him so much luxurious comfort as it good warmj3atlrRolc J WEVE A FULL LINE OF THE BEST STYLES 1 R f J There arc Blanket Robes Terry Robes and k Turkish Robes ra Cut long aucl generous Plain and fancy c patterns Wide collar cord edge and handsome I 7 girdle 1 A 1 4 6 750 to 250 r The better things the choice thingsin Haberdashery A 4 arc always to be found at this store F w FRED M a NYE CO v 2413 Washington Avenue c 1111 w HOLIDAY GIFT HANDKERCHIEFSDainty sheer lawns and embroid ered linens at 5c lOc 15c 20c 25c 35c 50c GOc and 75c NECKWEARDirect from the center of fashion Real luces sheer linens fine hand embroidery all combine to make the smallest piece a choice gift Jabots 25c to 300 SCARFS Long and wide at 75c J FURSAt Christmas Reductions I SILK PETTICOATSColors and blacks 600 valu...

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. — 10 December 1910

it i LLL2 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY DECEMBER 10 1910 If THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL DINNER WILL BE SERVED AT TilE POTTIER CAfE SUNDAY DEC 11 FROM 630 P M TO 930 P M MENU Ohio Points on Half Shell Celery Hearts Rlnn Olives JJngllsh Split Pea Consomme Clear Fillets of Striped Boss Mnltro Dllotol Snratogu Chips Shrimp Salad Mayoualse Cholco of rnl < ell Stuffed Spring Chicken Sago Dressing Celery Stuffed Idaho Wild Duck Apple Sauce Prime Ribs of EasternBeef a In Natural Vegetables Fried Sweet Potatoes French Pens Mashed Potatoes Choice of 3iuin Pudding Hard and Brandy Sauce Hot Mince Pie Frcoh Sliced Califor nia Peaches and Cream Vanlla leo Cream Assorted Cake Chenm Cheese or Imported Swiss With Wafers Small Dlack This dinner will be served for flOJ Ver plato Phone Early and make reservations for tables Dell 1COO LUll 499 I IRANDOM IIREfERIENClES Continued from Pago Five Quotations received twice dally on Salt Lake stock Ogden Stock Ex change Fourth floor First National Ban...

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. — 10 December 1910

< g r f 8 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEn UTAH SATURDAY DECEMBER 10 1910 > 1 V = y = I If you wane to enjoy the swee things < 11 < < Qriis1rnas See that you 1 I BUY THE UTAHNA CHOCOLATESri Amdl i o preserve yoir cIrniiR m t 1we1ffi9 s fiiealtla see fifeaf they 8Jre Lg rr llJlowe < < i fib 221fi GIrnlly Jij pjr1 jr1 SHUPEmVl1 LLMAMS 1 f I C A D r j 1 1 2s4 i i ceme It Is STMICTLY lPUlRE Factory and Offices Corner Twentysixth St and Wall Ave HOME OF UTAHNA CHOCOLATES = = < = LWo J jr U S L ili8 ABUSED To the Standard There seems to be a set of delivery wagon drivers now in charge of grocery and meat distribution who need to be and ought to be severely dealt with This does not apply to all drivers as some ap paar to think It proper to exorcise judgment and sense and to be some what considerate of the horses while others after the habits and methods of a few years ago go over the streets at such a rate of speed and in such manner as to indicate utter disre gard of any...

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. — 10 December 1910

ill1 > i iff t Y r r Part Two 1 THE EVENING STANDARD I Pages 9 to 16 FORTIETH YEAR NO 296 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING DECEMBER 10 110 PRICE FIVE CENTS I I I I jl I ° ° r I = r n = I I II I i j r 1 It t a I I f OnTiln < I 11 i 1fi1D 1 P rQ D T I uui jllY The I nlDEfilro THE H R1YRDOM OF i I I 1IEIY AWAUJJ LAND YJ y A J 5sa ia Worfcley IIE scientific circles of Europe have THE eye on one now to whom the lure of peril has ever ap pealed a man who already has great achievements and discoveries to his credit That man is Henry Savage Lan dor the great English explorer who in the face of terrible difficulties and heart rending hardships explored Thibet vis id and fixed the exact position of the f Mircc of the great River Brahama rtra and made for himself undying TIC 1iiozen military expeditions were rat out by the British government to nctratc the Thibetan mountains and Vach Lhassa but they all failed and it was left to Henry Savage Landor com paratively single handed to carry o...

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. — 10 December 1910

I J 7iJJf irI1 Tt J1W e 5 il Ii e1 < W l a 1 lOr IA NING TO MAKE IRJSH TPAGEFORII C RO C HE T LAC E MISSES TTK girl who in clover with her fingers will find n particularly 7 cnjoytblo way to use thorn in II making Irish crochet lace and the enjoyment will bo much en hanced by tho thought of nil die lovely things she can make either for her self or to give away to her friends Nothing is more popular mid more fash I ionable now thnn this lace but alas it Is expensive and many girls wall have to I think twice heforo buying oven one of the dainty bows or jabots for the neck I tint arc made of it But on the other hand It Is not difficult to malo with a I little practice The reason it costs sn i much is that the work tokes so much time The girl who once learns to do It her self cnn get through a large amount how ever by picking it up nt odd moments That Is ono of the advantages of the work that it can be done n little at a time hut it in so fascinating that the worker is rarely ready t...

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. — 10 December 1910

I a t 1r IH1 IE Q GI IE N 51f AN A ll < I I r J r I I U LW STYLESforte Y U G GIRL COlrf i 4 A P g ro MIS > c3 e o i s se S i < ac 7 r 1 f w jpJfJk l J t uJ Cr F BE most conspicuous difference between the American school girl THE her English cousin of till same age is in the method of ar ranging the hair Long after tho American girl has donned trailing skirts and wears her hair high OL her Head her sister across the seas h still wearing her skirt a little below her knees and her hair loose down her back This difference is typical of the whole race of English and American girls be tween tho ages of fifteen and eighteen years The former is looked upon and feels herself to be n child until the school room door has closed upon her for all time The American girl on the other hand all her life Is treated as a being of im portance and at the ago of sixteen con siders that she should omphaslrxi in every way possible tho dignity which sho feels and the deference which should be ac co...

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. — 10 December 1910

= = iiI yr I 4 lAND T U M O R S CURE D J < Y by our dissolvent Injection molhodi find bcnline ploMorg 17 yenra curing Cancer 13 vonrn In Ira AnKcJc Hundreds of references Uttonl CIKJ CURES WITHUTorabad near No pay until cured Written RUarantco in rtidb caw Irivnto bnnntorfum brit occommo d Uoruv woman iitlimlnou CONSULTATION AND EXAXINATION PUEE Hours 0 to 6 SuniJaya 10 to 12 Dolrxye aro Uancorotn atbn nnd mcftn Mid purcicnl < boufooitbo orx > ° SVW n C C a FIE UU lUC OK 233231 Uryiou Block NW Cot 2 < J and Spring aL Los Angeles Phone Uroultray 1160 Homo 1143 Eor I Lumbel See The Vo I kerS cowcroft lumber Co Before Buying A1I1l vwbeJre Either Phone 612 Or Oall 237 24th St Ogden 1t a o1llt9fifi Feel PIfGtui Indeed of that lost winters skirt or suit if you will have us dry ch all it Your garments or fa brics will always he returned to you in faultless condition if you send them to the Ogden Steam laundry 437 25th St NO MORE LAUNDRY TROUBLES You can now get your laundry whe...

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. — 10 December 1910

I r C c 0 r I I f < < TEOGDEN STANDARD J I f I h1tl WIIIPPEP5NAi1EFKO Q WHO COULD FIGHT v TORY of a Pomaded Warrior Who When the J Emergency Carner Proved That All His Chatter of Battle Had the Real Courage Behind ItO i V CopyICht lfllO br the New York llctnld Co All rielibi reacrcJ HIS story Is told by a man once surgeon in THIS regular army Who served for four years in the Philippines during the Spanish War nnd subsequent troubles and later was attached to tho Philippine Scouts For obvious reasons tho author desires to remain anonymous and has concealed the names of the officers con corned For the rest ho gives a true account of a remarkable character and a great fight I HERE we were n company or un tucked away In the jungle at Dcsuiones Province of T Albay Island of Luzon surrounded by hills that crawled with Ittle brown men so frn fin d in tho nerves that wo ducked every time a stinging fly buzzed through tho molten sunlight thinking it to be a bullet Now I ask you was tha...

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. — 10 December 1910

f 1 = J I J c r I L e e TthflEO6DEN5TANDMD I I I t9 fACTOR y GIRL As 5 HE I S nd Is OTJ 1 lITRfEING I the Story of an Intimate Inquiry Into the Life of the Young Woman Who Is Erroneously Q Supposed To Be the Most Downtrodden of Her Sex II lCopFr1hl aOlO li tbo Now York Herald Co Ml rlrt ft NNn1I HAVE been a factory girl in six different factories I have worked side by side with the factory hands I I have sbnrc their lot gained the confidence oC many and inn prepared to prove by Intimate por sonnl knowledge Hint Iliclr lives far from being the wretebod colorless oues that nre generally pre seated to view are practically care free and repute with optimism while the stunted emaclatcd hollow chested wid eyed worker Is u myiii puio and simple My llrsl venture was In n boys shirt wnlsl factory I applied lo the superintendent for work After ask ing n few general questions IIP referred me to the forewoman who prnmpily fniind n place for me Ask ing what compensation I would rncolve she told ...

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. — 10 December 1910

wI ill I I ± i ± 1r H E i96E N STANDAllD f 1 ± j A A IS I f 11 I iSHIONS i S the more elaborate style of dress gaining in favor is a question often naked this season nud strange to say there has been aH yet no definite au thoritative statement in reply given to the general public There arc certain ly many different stales of dress included in the inter trousseau but each and every one is for a different occasion The simpler street gown for the morning walk or shopping is essentially practical for afternoon the more elaborate though no less cosUy velveteen corduroy or velvet costumo Is correct and this can be sim ple or elaborate but this is a costume with coat to match made short and if there be a waist like the skirt it is made to look like n separate waist not as though it were all in one piece For luncheon and bridge and the after t Ig U i I 4 Sb f sago Grtcn Cloth Gown loon reception there is again quite n dC rent model a gowu complete in itself 10 light in color and texture to ...

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. — 12 December 1910

JL1J f w LET YOUR WANTS BE WEATHER FORECAST t KNOWN IN THE 7 t t 1 0 THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT rHT EVENING STANDARD 1 r WEATHER WILL BE GENERAL t i Chu r t + LY FAIR AND COOLER TONIGHT TOMORROW FAIR I Fortieth Year Nos297 Price Five Cento OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING DECEMBER j 2 1910 Entered aa Second Clano Matter at tHo Poctofflcc 0 don Utah NEW UST CES Of SUP EME COURT U ARE NAMED BY PRES DENT TAfT 1 Willis Yandeventer of Wyoming and Joseph Rncker Lamar of Georgia Are Honored and Associate Justice White of Louisi = f ana Is Made Chief Justice = = = New r Court of Commerce r 4 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t k + + + WHITE CONFIRMED + + + + Washington Dec 12Ed + ward D White of Louisiana + + associate justice of the supremo + + court was confirmed today by + + the senate to bo chief Justice + 1 + of tho court Confirmation + T of the two newly appointed as + + soclato justices will follow lat + + er The quick confirmation of + > Mr Justice Whlto Is duo to tho + 4 fact that tho s...

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. — 12 December 1910

THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY 2 J L ROBSON ON BEET QUiSTON I Editor Standard Mr Kccles In an I Interview with youv reporter on December recent agl cember 1 S lYSa8 to the 11 tation for au In reaso in prices of to him beets that no ono has spokon No there was no understanding with the beetgrowers who met on Decem ber 1 that he was to ho asked for a raise But In the language of two of the his stockholders walking down streets of Ogden he other day the farmers are just beginning to get their ayes open and have readied thd conclusion that they cannot af ford to raise beets at the present price and that an understanding should bo reached by all of the farmers supplying this factory at least And for that reason they met I and decided that with all the hindr ances and Impositions heaped upon them by people associated with Mr Eccles they would simply have to quit the business unless the price was raised and changes made In the con tracts that aro so detrimental to our Interests It ...

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. — 12 December 1910

L it I I v JHE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAHMONDAYDECEMBER12 1010 3 REAL ESTATE FOR REAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS I WE HAVE CLOSE IN A 5room modern frame now 210000 4room modern frame new 220000 oroom modern framo and barn 255000 4room brick house and bath room lot 48x174 feel must soil make us fin offer Lots on 29th and Lincoln G5000 Sroom house large barn and 2 acres of land good location 400000 we will eel on easy terms See Carl C Rasmusson 350 24th St 1232 wks SALT LAKE OGDEN ELECTRiC RAILWAY LEAVE OGDEN 610 a p 730 a in 9 a m 1039 a m 12 noon 130 p m 3 p no 430 p m C p in 730 p m 9 p m 1030 p m Twelve fast trains each way dally Call Banibergor Express either phono for quick and careful service In Salt Lako valley SIMON BAMBERGER Pros II UNION DEPOT TIME CARD I EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 11 1910 1ountaln Time I I DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DEPART I GlExpress for tho East I 70 am 1 lOlTo Salt Lake 1 00 > am 12Sall Lalco Passenger 1215 pm I tA flIc Limited east I 2i3 pm I 4 Aiuiitlo Mal...

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. — 12 December 1910

N a c w THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 12 1910 ID4r iEurut1tg tattharb An Independent Newspaper ESTABLISHED 18700 PUBLISHED EVERY DA Y EXCEPT SUNDAY BY WILLIAM GLASMANN TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY Dally Every Dar 1 Year 600 Dally Every Day G Months 300 Dally Every Day 3 Month s5150 Sunday Only 1 Year 200 In Ogden City by Carrier 75 cents por month For Information concerning city subscriptions telephone to tho city circulation departmont Both Phones GG UTAH WOULD BLUNDER The men who arc to be our legislators after the first of the year and who will be called on to elect a successor to the junior senator from this state should read the following with such care as to grasp I its full meaning I I Washington D C Dec 10The Washington news papers today concede that Senator Sutherland is no longer I a supreme court possibility The Post says l Senator Sutherland of Utah men tioned a long time ago for the siipreme bench was re moved from con...

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. — 12 December 1910

is4 I J r t THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 12 1910 Ij 0 < S2S2KE S22SFEE5E OGDEN AT WOKKS A PERMANENT INDUSTRY l OLD HATS MADE NEW BEST WORK POSSIBLE 1 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR NO CHARGE PANAMAS SHOULD BE CLEANED NOW OGDEN HAT WORKS FIFTH FLOOR LEWIS BLOCK T B KELLY MGR I 1 wlt I 1 LT1H STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independont two rlnrjs56 BUSINESS OFFICE Elthoi pho P ono ring 56 RANDOM EFERENCES I I Call Allen phones 22 for carriages for funerals and operas prlvato calls a specialty Also prompt doilvory or I bS Ie 412 25th E F Malben was a visitor in Provo a fow days last wool WANTED Clean white rags at tho Standard Mrs and Mrs A Anderson of Jluntsville were visitors lu tIm city yesterday Advertisers must liavo their copy for tho Evening Standard the evening before tho day on which tho adver tisement is to appear In order to In sure publication J E Pelllt a resident of Conlvillc epenl Sunday with friends in Ogdon Get your Union Pacific ...

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. — 12 December 1910

I I v THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 12 1910 t L r V ii1 iI 1 r 1 t4 r f > j Ill ij I I EVERY man expects to get a Christmas Tie and nearly every man will get one or more If every wife sister or best girl would come here to look at our assortment we believe we would sell all the Christmas neckwear sold in town Our styles are so handsome and our variety is so large and complete Prices pleasing too Ties at 25c 50c to 200 Weve exclusive styles that are the best efforts of the best makers and silk worms Come to see our Christmas neckwear spread FRED Ma NYE CO 2413 Washington Avenue L = TFiI = I ifAJbJ H J nvo = InC HOLIDAY GIFTS HANDKERCHIEFSDainty sheer lawns and embroid ered linens at 5c 10c 15c 20c 25c 35c 60c60c and 76c NECKWEAR Direct from the center of fashion Real laces sheer linens fine hand embroidery all combine to make the smallest piece a choice gift Jabots 25c to 300 SCARF Long and wide at 75c FURSAt Christmas Reductions SILK PETTICOATSColors and blacks ...

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