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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 6 January 1911

if ' JHL THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UT'H. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1911. ' g H j STANDARD TELEPHONES H' i EDITORIAL ROOM H' Bell 'Phone No 322 Independent (two rings). .56 H; BUSINESS OFFICE ' Either 'phoi (one rjiaj 55 l " ! RANDOM I REFERENCES . Ottfl Jensen, of LewJstou, Is a busl- ness v"felti In the city. Coal If you want the best: If you want full weS John Farr, phone 27. I Charles Felt HiSHuntsvlllc vis itor In Ogden Wednesday.". Call Allen, phones 22, lor cnTllagos for funerals anii operas. Private c&U8 a specialty. Also prompt delivery ol bagcraEC 412 25th. 1 J. H. Marshall was a visitor In the J !! city from Logan yesterday. j IfM WANTED Clean Trhito rags at the I H Standard. - Wml Thomas S. Roylancc, of Provo, was I Hi a business visitor Is this city yester- I m Advertisers must have their copy I 9J for the Evening Standard tho evening R before the day on which tho adver- c H tlBetnent is to appear in order to in- f BH sure publication. fl Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Feldchcr and...

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. — 6 January 1911

iff Mm 3 ' ) THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. FRIDAY, JANUARY G, 1911. !-- jsr tjj PM II " ' N3 CW3SK ' .Ou-r iSemi-Aontaal- - jj JBF Clearance' ale I r '!iW In Ful1 Swillg w J I jji ' Mf -v -i&5 Wc have started one of our Great Clearance Sales ill jj i ' and u yu ca,n usc a Suit 0vercoat' Pair of Troiisers or I jii v"i anything in the clothing line, you can . ; III WMi Secure What You Want Riht Now I? jlj WJl at a Great SaviS ! ''. iw toIi No other iuvc9tment yu can make wiu begin t0 pay I j j jsM such a largo or quick return for the money. I d vltfS Come m take your pick! L rMWnm II TlLis be the bi&ffest thins in tbe sale linc ycm F v tM$ mil' HI 11 bave seen n manv a day! I H.I1S EarlyBuyers 'Will Fare the Best! bw &J: M E B M . fJ w AN m u a J M II 'ill pi 2413 Washington Ave. I ill S JANUARY CLEARANCE j 111 I SALE I H j $50.00 Suits $25.00 j I It I K $40.00 Suits , $20.00 j r l A $25.00 Suits i S12.50 , j II - $25.00 Coats $12.50 I I ' I $10.00 Coats $5.00 "ft J $...

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. — 6 January 1911

L THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH, PKiiJAY, JANUARY 6, 1911. It RANDOM REFERENCES S: ' t (Continued from Pago' pjvo.) f From Stanford. WlUnrd Kay Jr.. Ig and Leonard Jenkins, students or , Stanford university, are home for - their vacation period. jgjjT Grand bull In hoiior of Elder Isa- r .nd San(ler Jr Prior to his denar- ,fl F r"re t0 'tho orthern states mission. jf Vj oui'th ward amusement hall Friday I Hi eviX"1"5, Januarv ci 1911. i I Bon-Tr.MJ' and ' ai,,s. Arthur I H WrlghWf cc,es Place, a ten-pownd boy. VothV and chI,d arc doing well. I . Tliis is theXnd ch,Id' I No use talkingl'iilson's cafe. - I Supervisors David "BarTSC :inu" J I S. Pack of St. Anthony, IdohuS" in the city on dotail work at the loT service headquarters. Tho gontiS! men stated that they will remain in i Ogden during tho next three or four ) , weeks. Hj ' Hock Springs, Castle Gate, Clear Jit Creek, Pleasant Valley and Hiawatha TO lump or nut coal $5.00 per ton de al live red until otherwlso advised. Cash...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 6 January 1911

r g i ' " ' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1911. "7Ti WiPM iHiiiUP WWlilM F'SfJfi SI I CONSUMERS I M I COAL CO, I I I ,SJil2 seIlinff all kinds of coal 1 Hi at Summer Storage Prices. I B $4.75 and $5,25 1 Hf Delivered I J P Phones Uptown, 452; Yard, '- II ' H 418 C H : -Maaaavm-uifaiMrgni Irj You'U Feel j I Proud 9 Indeed of that last winter's skirt JSm or suit if you will have us dry w clean it. Your garments or fa- I hrics will always be returned to i you in faultless condition if you j send them to the ;! Ogden Steam Laundry ' 1 1 437 25th St. j A FRIENDLY VISIT- U Jnsl come in for a friendly call. It rk Jon't cost you anything. Yon will 1 not Lo asked to buy. See what -we got and how wo do the work and why our success. You will be well treated. DR. KING 1; The Eyesight Specialist. 362 Twenty-fifth Street. U 4- -t- -H K -f Ogden Upholstering Works. I MarLn & Alford,-Props. W -f Carpet laying and Cleaning. -f- HI -4- Menders and Jobbers of all -t- al f k...

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. — 7 January 1911

an- MLv - H LET YOUR WANTS BE jfo J Jt&fo '' Sl T VHi mVVV A WEATHER FORECAST m- PfMOWW TM ThF H 1 III'H 1 I I II ilsl III IaJ 111 THE indications abe that the weather M-, ISdNUWlN iJN lotL yLm 1 IK 1 1. 1 it 1 I 1 I II. I fll I'll If m I 1.1 will be fair tonight and tomorrow I!'" EVENING STANDARD XJV j5VV WWWytWr rising temperature. 4Ftt FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO. 6 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 191116 PAGES ' Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice, Ogden, Utah ifSfjM I . i I! KG FAILURE 1 NEW YORK Doors of Carnegie Trust Company are Forced j to Close New York, Jan. 7. The Carnegie .Trust company was closed this morn ing by direction of the state super intendent of banks, Cheney. It has a capital of $1,500,000. Deposits nggre t gate about $10,000,000. The institution was in serious trouble In the panic of 1907, and has nver fully recovered. Its late presl- dent, Mr. Dickinson, died Inst year under peculiar circumstances. ; The institution w...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 7 January 1911

HI 2 THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. SATURDAY. JANUARY 7 1911 flsW HI ' U SWANsoirs I 5-DROPS" I EHTDKrBY PE0PlE ,H ALL SEG- f TI0MS F THE UNITED STATES m THE great remedy for RHEUMATISM In BMbaBO,Solaaca,Gou1.Nou- falgla, Kldnoy Troubles, Oaiatwh, Asthma and Kindred Diseases Read What These People Say ! Cured of Rheumatism, Kldnoy sad l Bladder Trouble, tlsmlil thhB,nd55 troubl-also Rheuma flSSk i.,." yo.nr f-Dropi nnd it cured mo. ca?2r,.tt,!,ce.a,1i' nd had U rubbed on me. 1 cannot prals It too highly." Cured His WifeThe Best Remedy for Pains. 5Jf' mVv?if,?nTfeLI.al.1,ed m 8lD10 asc- "cured I JI ? Bwi S?Ut,,?a' V"n- f or months, sbo I jE f ' Si!,H,n.ab'8.u,,"! wltboat orutobes. I think tftj L "wtbebcatremedr lor pains I ever cair." 91 B3 Remedy for Kidney Trouble X Feols Like a New Man. utk ,,' 9reene Hondenson. N. C -writes: "I A SIC w bottles of your '-Drops' for Kid- S , ndn,vcr "Wo and mm tool like a new S ?a,nM.KOSO,ho.aro suffering with Kidney H S ..B.b.0Uld try 5-Dropj-...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 7 January 1911

5 . THE EVENING STANDARD: GDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1911. ?A H II""- "LEGAL :; NOTICE. To the Stockholders of thg'Amalga innled Sugar Company; : rjce is hereby given that a raeet Inj or the stockholders of the Amal r,a -Ued Sugar company will be held nt tli company's office, room No. 206 Kcel'fi building, Ogden City, Utah, on the 5th lay of November, 1910, at 11 o clock a. m., for the purpose of con rlderinj and voting upon the follow ing pioposcd changes and amend ments to the articles of Incorporation of this company, to-wit: J Repeal article V and substitute in a lieu thereof the following: "Article y. v The authorized amount of the cap ital stock of said corporation shall be ; Four Million ($-1,000,000) Dollnrs, dl- iaed into Forty Thousand (40,000) - shares of preferred slock of the par a'uo of One Hundred ($100.00) Dol lars each. Unless otherwise ordered by tho Board of Directors, all dlvl . rienas shall bo paid in four equal nuar- t'rty payments, to-wit: On thp first d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 7 January 1911

f i , JH Hf - t ( "'' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. .SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1911. j " "V WI ! An Independent Newspaper H jc' (ESTABLISHED 1870..) I i PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY I If- (BY WILLIAM GLASMANN.) If. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. MMfi BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY. liV Dally, Every Day, 1 Year... $6.00 Dally, Every Day, C Months. . .$3.00 Hf l Da,I". Every Day, 3 Months... $1.50 Sunday Only. 1 Year $2.00 Hr In Ogden City by Carrier 75 cents per moirth. H For Information concerning city subscriptions tplhone to tho city f circulation department. Doth Phonos G6. I.' WHEN LA GRIPPE COHT. J I La grippe, that importation from Russia, with a French title, has IIkI reappeared this winter with all its devitalizing forcps. Every cold, in IRV winters past, has been termed the grip, bui it has been several years HM since the influenza has been so readily distinguishable as this season. MW 1 The after effects of la grippe are worse than the disease itself. Ifj I The infl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 7 January 1911

""v I 'r i it ' " I 1 4W rHE EVENING STANDARD: JOGDEN. UTAH. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1911. - - ffigS tTMO"! .jH STANDARD TELEPHONES H EDITORIAL ROOM-. ;B , fJ 'Phonn No. 322 y Independent (two rings). .56 JM BUSINESS OFFICE jHM Elthei 'php.p (one r'o; 56 1 9 RANDOM J .REFERENCES B Knlie Sweenev of Park City, Is a EH Visitor in the city. B Coal If you want the best; if you M want full weight, John Farr, phono 27. B M. P. Rupe, a well-known resident of- Kvanston, was a business caller in B v the city yesterdav. H Call Allen, phones 22, for carriages RS for funerals and operas. Private calls Hfl a specialty. Also prompt deilvery of WM.' b?csage. 412 25th. WM William Blnford In Ogdsn. William m T. Blnford, a former resident of this H city, and chief of the Ogden fire dc- H partment, is visiting friends in this ' city for n few days. Mr. Blnford Is 1 now located in Denver, and is vice- m president of the Denver, Colorado H Springs &. Pueblo interurban railroad. H WANTED Clean white raga...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 7 January 1911

. 'J B THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. SATURDAY,V JANUARY 7, 1911. r ZJZJJZJ I W mmm HP - Our Senii-AiioiaaS j I JW Clearance- $ale I1 ivI'Xf SwM& We have started one of our Great Clearance Sales mik and if yu can use a Suitj 0vercoat' pair of Trousers or i V'fcW . anything in the clothing line, you can 1 ir SecureWhatTfouWantRightNow 1 CKllSi i aUGreatSaving B I HrV MmI no other investment you can make will begin to pay m f ''- JltS such a large or quick retum fr the mney' 1 l c - iMPl ome and take your pick! I) $-JfflWW ' r t1"5 wil1 be the biggest thing in tb0 sale lhle yon IJL. 1 M? fW 1 have seen in many a day! I 1 flbmMw EarIyBuyer9 Will Fare the Best! 2413 -Washington Ave. Ir j . UI J; I JANUARY CLEARANCE 1 i SALE $ 50.00 Suits ... .i 25.00 jj I $i0.00 Suits - ?20.00 $23.00 Suits S12.50 r '.25.00 Coats i $12.50 v $10.00 Coals ....v ?5.00 g $3.50 Voile Skirts .. 5.50 g H Ladies' Sweaters . ., ?1.4S Children's Svfeaters i 95 j I THE Mo M. WYKES CO. j I 2335 Washington Av...

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. — 7 January 1911

. THE EVENING STANDARD OGDBN. UTAH. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1911. r I RANDOM I' REFERENCES HE (Continued from Pago Fivo.1 I & Mrs. R. E. Moag announces a clos- EE Ing out sale from now until Fob. 1st t H -'.it her studio in Uie Utah National k M ' Bank Bldg, White china, -10 per cent , discount, Beeleck china. 30 per cent M discount; decorated china, 20 per cent -AY discount. - jS The annual stockholders meeting J of l"c Inter-mountain Fair Assocta- AK tlon will be held at the Countv Court iSm ,lollso in the Commissioners'" rooms, fm n Jnn' l2' 19n at 2 'cl0Ck " '" I 0V Rummage Sale .Tan. 20 and 21. JJ Watch for tho location. fWm Mrs' T' H" Pou-t011 left Ogden this LI Iff afternoon via the Oregon Short Line SIX for Boise, Idaho. -4JHf To. use talking! Stlmson's cafe. - R Patrick Healy loft this citv this HVty afternoon on the Overland Limited for fjjjm. fLos Angeles. fify Bock Springs, Castle Gate, Clear IjjK Creek, Pleasant Valley and Hiawatha HHr lmp or nut conl $5.00 per ton dc-...

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. — 7 January 1911

KKi I- '' k e THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1911. . Jg- JBJJJ I consumers! COAL CO. t i sollin& a11 kinds of coal I m l at Summer Storage Prices. f if B Dolivered k I W Phones Uptown 452; Yard I B 418, ' ' : rhe ladies Literary Club of Og-dcn, Utah- ' t'o-operatnig with National So ( fieiy for lVondcr Education, preseuts G-uy O.rleton l!ie. Ph. D.. i LI'. D.. in the 'Triparilc Ilbuse of Lectures, ; Att Carjicgjie LibrarylHall y . t "ThcScuf of a Woman." Monday, Jan. 9, 1911, S:15 p. m. J m ' "The Heart of the Child," Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1911, 3:30 p. m. J "The Mind of a Man," I Tuesday, Jan. 10, 10 V, 8:15 p. m. S GOVERNMENT DL'-TECTIVE ft IN POLICE DEPARTMENT L MAKING GOOD AS SLEUTH. f if' lB iAMERICAK PRESS. J II --. XEW YORK, Jan. C William J. I Kljnn, the secret service detoctivc, I hom Uncle Sam loaned to Mayor I I Gaynor to serve ns second deputy po- W lico commissioner, is making good in Ij , tho muulcipal sorvlce and incidentally I' r making a wld...

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. — 7 January 1911

l FORTY-FIRST YEAR NO. 6 OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 1911 N , . - x PRICE FIVE CENTS W H m r , ; : z : : rr.T.L" -: "" - ----- . tm .sow ;-"'-"" fcr -?- ' ' - . H 1 H , : . V l I. Raided by Congo Cannibals or t j Slopping a Cannibal Raid By CAPTAIN FRITZ DUQUESNE ; ; p-g-sjHE gun Is our ruler, wc all how to H U " This wns tho tory of Ccntrnl " Africa, the religion ot the savages, the strength of their rulers In many parts ot the dark continent It Is still the Sultnn. hut In no part where the brown faced, white-haired nula Malndl left his mark has tho gun remained on Its potent throne ot ffeir. Bula Mntaill, as Ilcnrj Stanley was cnlled hy the Congo natives, changed Clint whr-ever he went In Africa, and whore once i he rifle's crack was lhe "Voice of God," n c'es'nn to be feared. In the thoughts of the I natives. It has become tho command of lib erly Henry M Stanley did more for the clvlll 7il on of Africa than any one has ever dojy o- can possibly ever do The open...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 7 January 1911

H rZ :amf!2rxlV'ra2 ' '"- M,",l'i - H -, , . ii j n in 1 1 n i -, . - , ilmjm rfCT7'rT1?rDlMf ljiC Hi lv ' Restaurant . 111111101 flllP I 1IC1 I BAL, UU YY 11 O I1 Private M r : yfT 'H -Affair ' Wear L ,. B HELEN FALCO " "' r Atrairs ., , H t I EVENING TOILETTES I LIKE TAPESTRIES H Antique Embroideries and Faded Japanese Materials H Will Furnish. Just the Kind of Combination M Now Fashionable for Such Occasions D nSPITE the ravishing display of Oriental gauzes, filmy chllTQns, clinging crepes and shimmering i silks of fairy-like texture and 8 scoiuingly magical coloring, the wcll- H dressed woman, or rather Ihe shopper H for the well-dressed woman, passes by H with a firm tiead and steady look in H her dreamy eye as though she were H walking in her sleep intent on some H visionary errand. She Is hastening H -with suppressed feverish excltonient H straight to the upholstery department H to purchase an evening gown! H Before You Say "Absurd!" H 1 will explain this astounding and H see...

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. — 7 January 1911

fcf I' I:THEOGIDrEN STANDARD" " " I If MULPOT-i OTTTPE, KENSINGTON RUNE, I I 5?ote . Mj W !ff'Hfeii "' - New Capitol Bunding St Paul. In This Are Rooros'OfStatiHiS. I 1 fe- Mfe--MBi-l, torical Society Where Stone Is Kept, Hq0 Coo7rlr:ht. 3011. b the New York Elcmld Co All rUUts recrxt-a 1 Hca f ff AS there recently found in a spot thickly set Hal I Y I tied with Swedes and Norwegians the nioso H11 Ji important historical document bearing upon H America's history? Or is this Inscribed stone ta i a fake to be classed with the Cardiff Giant ed -fii P nd other frauds? v Ha I A stone bearing strange runes has been found in Hg I0.1 FrontViewofth. jUBk KcnsingtonRuno 'IffljffS' W$0m? I t ' wmBBBm Thc I "V f sj3e View of the Kensington Rune Stone. ' , amncsotu. The main question is whether or not it I is a genuine rune stone, chiselled souio five and a half i ' centuries ago? If a "really truly" rune 'stone it is a j alunblc and remarkable record, -lor it furnishes the D basis for the asbei...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 7 January 1911

I f- "i THE OGDEN STANDARD J 1 I IjgjlEROIC WAR. MAIDEN WHO WON THE I I W H CKOSS OF 5T. GEORGE H I "HrfJlCHAEL'' SMOLKA, a General's Daughter, H dtj Donned Male Garb, Passed Through Many Thrilling H Adventures in the Japanese Wart but Never Knew She H Had Gained the Coveted Honor. - T HE authoi of this article has served as a war correspondent in every war or lm- 1BB portant 1 evolution in Uic Inst twenty Hi years, and has witnessed countless acts of dar- H Ing and gallantry. Whilo attached to tho M forces of news gathei ci-s put into the field at the H time of Uio Russo-Japanese war he got the facts H for tho following thrilling and pathotic story, H and he believes that in human feeling and dra- H matic interest it stands out above anything else H ia the whole conflict. Hj EY JAMES F. J. ARCHIBALD. M (Oonrrlcht. 1011. hx the New York llcralj Co All rlcliU rewnrdl !T was on one of those first dun days nt Liao Yang when llie terrific artillery battle was on and tlio devastating thu...

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. — 7 January 1911

:i i . ,. i i, I . THE OGDEN STANDARD . , I I J K ftl ll I niiiii a, ..... i ' "' " i i. -! .iiitihiiiih' ta wmmmmm H I HSUFPEPv CLUB3 FOR WORKING' GIU5 I II HOUSEKEEPING Centre, Where Thrifty, Young " '" lftflfflPPIffiSBMK '":?Bfefe''"l H 11 QjT Women learn to Prepare Economical Meals in -' " lSi "Pwl'H 1 'i II Moce Kitchens And All for Seventy-Four Cents. '" ." iHBp9 S ' ' " K"' ' ' "' H I Making Biscuit and Rolb'ng Butter-Balls Photo bwiidman fefeSI; tzffl&SM i , 'S?Sa (CopjTlgbt. 1011, lj Use Now Turk t- 1 f F HEN the bauds of the clock on tho mucblno I IK,nle'l l0 -l quarter lo live Sophie stopped . ww llor work and straightened her tired back. " She took oft tbe eyeglasses that four years of watching tbe flashing needle bad made accessary and polished them with, a corner of tbe last sleeve she bud finished. Then she gathered up the pile that made up her ; dally quota of twenty pairs and carried them to tho forewoman. This otber girl marked the numbers In her book. Twenty p...

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. — 7 January 1911

H . . t I sT"7 " THE OGDEN STANDARD- JL-L-:tJ I Cl H EK t VJ VA L of te 5 A M.f L Ei: IB HE revival of the sampler, which was the most popular sort of fancy work some fifty or one H I hundred years ago, is occupying the minds of mothers with yonng H daughters, and the quaint fashion is being used to familiarize the student withhe intricacies of the embroidery art. It appeals to older women hecausc It re- Hl calls to their mind the many days when. H as children, they toiled so assiduously nl Hl their embroidery frames, working with H painstaking effort all the many curious H designs that we sec to-day in the pamper PJ which have been handed down from au H cider generation. H In the eyes of experienced embroider? H teachers the revival of the sampler is bound to exert an (important influence on H the art of x-mbroidery and in all schools H 'hcre embroidery is taught the sampler H Jb being recommended as a valuable aid Hl Jnnct It makes work a play and nctJ H 3B a stimulus to more ambi...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 7 January 1911

ft " .. n't 1 THE OGDEN STANDARD' -; --"-, '' I K .' - . in H -1 e ' E T H I C 5 of t& 'A. :R-T O F K L I L ING I Hl WILLIAM T. HORN AD AY, Explorer, ' fc Author and Friend of the Wild, Chats About the ' m Jungle, Shooters and Shooting and When to Fire and B What Weapon to Use BL . - IB iHKmBH 1 'BmBhhh K : nwnBir i FnoJTTnf f Wv Trf ' "B u illil iH f 5nS fJJSf fKSISB IB ii p R There Is No Danger They Have Forgotten IB Fcar jlV bpyriKht. 1010. b (be iVcn York "" M r. " -1r'- - rdO jJH ' .EW YORK, Saturday. J " iv " """ 0 men looked In u gunsmith's window. i 1 They were both tall and broad shouldered, ( a 1 and something' about them spoke of wide ' ft plains and thick jungles ami big game. Iu- j M sldo the window, slender and dull, were the i H mstrumeuts whereby mankind gets most of Its deso- II Intlon and the high lights o Its amusement. All sorts I of guus were there thick and thin, compact nud long and the men, who evidently knew all about them, became very professional, here...

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. — 7 January 1911

jjY i .1 I JTT THE OGDEN. STANDARD "jjJ I I pa pt; FASHIONS IfcasaF -w- "Wllfsl 'BJfcm p I BY MRS. A. T. ASHMORE. ONCE again must the question of millinery be dealt with, and in tctith it is a question that can never lie entirely put to one side, w for a hat means everything to the B finish of a costume Nothing H Vfinite has been decilHl about the size H f the hat. As to whether the huge wide H civet nnd Clotb Gotrn. H i H "brim Bbapc, a close all enveloping hood H turban or the smart toque is th most H fashionable un definite authoritative word H lias been Vouchsafed, and cery woman H lollops out her idea as to which is the mot H becoming. H With a theatre or restaurant gowiMhe H large hnt is the more effective. As a rule H the lines somehow rcom better suited to H the low cut waist, Kir lug n nioro pictur- H (-quo appearance, especially when titers H arc feathers and aigrettes used as trim- H uiing, but the liat must be so ihaped that H t frames the face. This is not an easy H jas...

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