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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

r J t4 II 1 i y I O c t 1W ft 1 t > f I f r f FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES i FORECAST 1 a Do Advertisers Know UTAH WEATHER Advertisements That Examiner Bring THE MORNN6 EXAM I N IR WEATHER INDICATIONS WILL ARE BE THAT GENER THE I ALLY FAIR SUNDAY AND MON t Results Try It DAY 1 AND OGDEN STANDARD r j VOL VINO 45 OGDEN CITY UTAH 1 SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 14 190TWENTY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS U tt tJ < L 1r r 1 We ter I3 4trot rot 11th ork I al t II 4r j > t I 4 I 1 J i t WORST BlllZARD Of THE WINTER RAG NG N MOUNT ANS Of COLORADO Railway Lines That Have Been Tied Up for a Week Will Continue Blockaded = Rio o Grande Southern Practically Out of Business = = Leadville = fiunnison Line Still Closed = = = Street Car Traffic in flenGreatly Delayed = = = i Main Line to Salt Lake Si = Open I > i I Denver Feb 13Tho worst bliz zard of the winter Is raging hi the mountains of Colorado tonight and us a result railway lines that have peon tied up nearly a week and which the officials...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

r tr r L I J r 1 UTT I I I 2 S THE MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 1909 S I I I I i I Z 1T U f tmt 1 ii 5 1 S 4I 4I I 4I 4 II i I I 4 j J t j t 8 j I J Dr and Mrs E R Rich have return od from a trip to Honolulu Miss Rena Dusenberrv of Provo Is Iho guest of Mrs Harold Pccry Mrs E C Manson left this week for a short visit with friends in Pocatolla I Mrs C H Jonkonson of Salt Lake visited > wIth Qgden friends thls week 1 tIm Hoag of Salt Lake Is tbo guest of Mrs John Lynch on Jefferson avc nue Mrs Woodruff entertained a few friends at bridge Wednesday after noon Mrs R P Hunter was hostess at a fivo hundred party on Thursday evening j G B Wlntlo of Blackfoot Idaho t visited In Ogden during tho week with relatives Mr and Mrs E N Matson enter tained a small crowd of friends Mon day evening Mrs H H Spencer entertained tho I members of the Sewing society Friday afternoon The Bridge Whist club was delight I fully entertained by Mrs R T Hume last Thursday t I Among the dellg...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

1 I TlJI A Y5 P18t t 1 v 5s r f 1 r A THE MORNING EXAMSJEft 05ITEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 1009 j r id Y E See Di You Ever See a e Baldheaded Indian USE SAGE BRUSH HAIR TONIC NATURES REMEDY FOR DANDRUFF AND FALLING HAIR f I h f < L < 1 iV4 dl i l L 1 y s r frLr 1rcft If You Will Read cwo FfEr G Your Gas Meters Ot h o S000gM t g 9 6 8 Every Day or So t3 7 43 3 4X7 7 0 3 And get in touch with the number o f cubic feet used you can govern your bills accordingly People who read their meters rarely ever dispute the bill Why not learn Its easy try It Always read from left to right and when the pointers are between two figures take the smaller The little top dial Is used when testing the meter From one figure to another on the right hand dial js 100 feet of gas From one figure to another on the middle dial 1000 foot and from one figure to another on the left dial Is 10000 feet Our index stands at 11 S or 11 SOO If at the end of the month the motor reads 157 or IpTOO subtracting 14800...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

1 Y r l c 1 < H P1i I S P 1 4 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 1900 k H I N The Yost Gearle s Motor I Washing Machine r T H B = T I H A Tho Wash Day H C is robbed Simplest E I 11 of its j IT Safest K 11 drudgery Most t GEALcSc ffl A Practical No and L1 backache 0 i C Reliable 4 with the i IF L = ± t Yost T U of All I II Power t Turn on the faucet 0 I E Washers jJ and tho IM U 1 machine R S It Saves i f 4 does the the Woman L rest r S 11 Get One On Trial W E E R A E GEO Ao LOWE COo T r t i I THE tXAM NR Ij Published Every Day In the Year by Wm Glnsmann Entered as secondclass matter U I the Poctofflce Ogden Utah under Act of Congress I Communications to this paper aro limited to 200 words I SUBSCRIPTION RATES Delivered by Carrier In Oglen City Including Sunday Morn Ing Examiner In advance 50c At end of month 75c Singlo copies c BY MAIL IN ADVANCE I Tho Examiner Is sent by man outside of Ogden per yenr5GOO At least quarterly In adv Tlco 150 FEARLESS and INDEPENDENT...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

III L > o k 0 ibkki r t i W 41 Y V = fC r < c 1 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 1900 5 he ana Who a 1 ZAi f Y De i can get It hero In IVES 300 HATS and with it he will have splendid finish and durability > They arc tho best 300 hats made t C Do JVES CO A CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN BROOM HOTEL CORNER p rBfU Dr IVOR Is to occupy the Second lour of tho Masonic Temple about March 1 Goln on a MlslonD Ray Shurt llff Joined a party of eastbound Mor mon missionaries Friday en route for Chicago and other eastern cities Expected ndaySllperlntcndenl Manson and Resident Engineer Fitz gerald will return this afternoon from a business trip to Carson Nov and Keeler Gal Back From Cheyenne r > r VmJ Frelday who was called to Cheyenne to attend his nephew F E Frelday Injured In the Dana wreck has re turned and reports his nephew rapidly regaining health Guest of Local AoentC Lincoln superintendent of the western divis Ion of the Pullman car system with headquarters In San ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

L Jl i 1 > A r J q FJlTr t 1 l Jrl r 1 n I 6 n THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 1909 I 1 t OGDEN WOOL II V t f 1 I GROWERS I MEET r I I KILLING OF SIXTY COYOTES RE + PORTED IN TWO WEEKS I 1 1I I I Pocatello Valley Furnishes Plenty of i Food for Sheep Governing II Board Appointed I f At tho meeting of the Ogden Wool Growers yesterday afternoon a report from A R McFarland and Lee Green I well showed that they had within two I I weeks time killed GO coyotes In tho I vicinity of Pocatello Idaho The pelts I I II were sold for 175 each and a bounty of 250 each were paid upon them I I I so that tho two men with two weeks t time the two men made 25550 In the enterprise The gentlemen staled that I tho range In the country referred to Is better now than It has been for many I years and that the sheep are In better condition than ever berNe at this tlmo of year They report a heavy snow Jail In tho Pocatello valley accom panied by much rain and that the Sre en grass has gro...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

I d it 11 L l j I Li A r I t c + J THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 1909 t OgdenBusiness Directory f Advertisements In this column coat 75c per lino per month payable In aft vance AnythlngEverythlngBel333 I 27A Fruit Farm N Ogden for trade Fij1 < PlatlngOutflt Smokestack BoothsEtc r 23tr j ABSTRACTORS The D W Ellis Abstract Company Inc Licensed and Bonded Abstractors of Tltlo to any land In Weber county jc Office under First Nntl Bank Ill ATTORNEYSATLAW H AGHORN AttorncyatLaw Offices over Bad cons Drug Store I seek the business of all parties am attorney against all corporations and monopolies Prepared to transact any and all kinds of legal I business t E T Hulanlski AttorneyatLaw First National Bank Rooms 407408 I y building General practice I d S T CORN ATTORNEYATrtAW 207208 First Natl Bank Bldg o Joseph Chez Attorney and Coun selor at Law 40 and 41 First National Bank Bldg Ogden Utab Both phones Notary R S Farnsworth Attorney at Law 3H and 315 Ecclcs Bldg g C...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

< J r = I I W JII I 1 r l itr r j I I I If r j I I 5 II TIlE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 1900 Y T A I j L x w f J STILL DOING BUSINESS AT THE OLD STAND + T New Electric Theatre j T f ± This Weeks Bill Is One of the Best Moving Picture Shows Ever i i Thrown on the Canvas t i t 1 1 Open Sunday at 6 p m J J Just Like Home + + I HtHI + HI + HfIr + HjH + Hi + H HH J UG I I t > Ii j EXAMINER TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phdno two rings No 38 Boll Phone two rings No 56 d t BUSINESS OFFICE InK Phone Ono ring No 5Q Bed Phono one ring N ° 66 i BRVITft C I CVI lltb 1 I Funeral Today Funeral service I over the remains of Dorothy the 3 monthsold laughter of Dir and Mrs I Oscar I Read will be hold at 1 oclock I I today at the family residence 763 Twentysixth street Bishop H C Ja I cobs presiding Friends will be re i ceived at the homo between the hour i of 10 and 12 today Dont forget the Electric opens 6 1 p m Sunday evenings Dr Gilbert Bancroft Monday even Ing at the W...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

I i f 1 ± 9yJ1 I i c 1 If 1 I oj c 1 1 1 Pare Two THE MORN NG EXAM NER 1 Pages 9 to 16 r VOL VINO 45 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY J4 J909 PRICE FIVE CENTS < f < ItiJm 1 < It 5 I i g d iWI g 1lflI G1F r W I 1 11 gmftB OPERA HOUSECOMING A Sl jJ y TONIGHT THURSDAY FRIDAY SUNDAY FEB 21 1 d f L MARRYING MARY ELKS BENEFIT ELKS BENEFIT PAUL GILMORE I III MARRYING MARY AT THE GRAND TONIGHT R 7 ELKS ANNUAL SHOW ra tl J Gd THE ELKS TOOTIr J r The S < y Line of Musical Comedies Produced By Odgen r Lodge No 719 B PO E Feb 1819 rv v We tak > great pleasure In announc I ing 0o coming production of tho fam ous musical comedy The Elks Tooth or the Isle of Mystery for our annual I show Bro H I Brown the owner and = director IB with us for the first time but he Is well known with the Elks throughout tho country sa producer of local benefits and he needs no Intro t duction Bro Brown carries a carload of scenery anl effects which Is without doubt the finest ever brought to Ogd...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

I r 4 ry j THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 1900 J I I moooo6oobem9o9doooe 099490949oo1 4 > H 940000040 io04003a40emom9om a Opo00000a0OdY0o0000000000 Om000900000m + 0004 < i t40000900904 Rival of MRS FISKE 111 < it I r I U I ELEANOR ROBSON as a I < p r r 2 1 I I Y L a 1 < > 1 > q I 6 Is Like Salvation Nell a Drama of Life In the Slums l 1 i I i The Dawn of a Tomorrow < I c a i i Mlle GervilleReache and Her Success as Carmen In New York j f llI 1 00000000990 00000000000000000040040000004040000400910000 009040000900000000090000000000000 + 44 00 + + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I I 10409000001 I f From Our New York Dramatic Corre spondent r LEANOR ROBSON endeavor E Ing to mount tho top wavo of I tho latest trend of drama has appeared In a play of tho un derworld at the Lyceum theater Mrs Flake In Salvation Nell started tho public on a course of slum pabulum and tho public apparently liked It so well that Miss Robsons managers ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

oI I l A c O lj f 4Fi ir Y C J 1w > t 1 < d I 4 I r 1 l 7 V r GEoKGE ENDIll i JJ = OW destiny came to send such a delicate blos som to the home of the Clows in all defiance How of one of the many mysteries of life which will probably never be solved As a mere baby his beauty was exceptional his curving lips his finely chiseled nose his wide clear blue eyes his good broad brow his sunny hair all marked him in such sharp contrast to the heavyjowlcd and dulleyed parents that even they themselves stood a bit in awe of him and his mothers pride in his beauty was marred by a certain uneasiness that never entirely left her Yes she admitted with a regretful sigh he is purty but Im afraid hes most too purty for a boy Kind o weakly too Jim Clow would add with growing dissatisfaction With him a boy was to be regarded as a distinct asset valued exactly in proportion to his evidences of brawn and he longed for sturdy sens for exactly the same reason that he cherished the lithelimbed colts ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

C > 1 f f F < 1 r 1i ff r 1 r C 11 > I j 2 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 1909 H t BYQJ7Jl J 27EY I q7j4 47 CHAPTER XXVI Incriminating Dispatches Sho had been arranging the papers deftly tn somo sort of order You read French I think The let i for of Ferdinand is in that language I Sir Mortimers notes and answers are I of course In English I I drew toward me the first of the i papers she Indicated I You are nothing If not modern In your methods I scoffed glancing down the page Your safes and typewriters bring back to mo the asso ciations of my banking business And I a banker let me warn you scans the 1 signature of a draft carefully before j he cashes It I The typewriter Is an amusing Ilttlo I I Instrument she yawned and I am i proud of my success In mastering It As for the safe If you have been a banker you know that the combina tion Is carefully guarded M Coward It gave her the cruelest delight to taunt me with the shameful word Dur ing the next half ho...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

U LLk tic t < lJt f < c d > Z I f j THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEX UTAH SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY It 1909 1 Iif tblo It 5 or his 1 a res 4 J nCUt nct1pThe will tt tho j 1 any 1 nOte a fort tY mCIl j Chera raa < men rs or r i Ib1lng being I Mr news c him i s aro j lerkla at hp pollCQ Td of about id be i con > twoy a who reels t Ek store bout I t city howA len iy apos o doC and lams See Mitt 1 r noLo I a oa lets tho nab read alox 3 dt t Ji urn 3rnIs r Uls > 1ISqtrAt hor 1n this cr > i f ews3 n to t c rev < 4Q and platf r ar rt fy rt fre Feb aern goodB oe aw iK th19 = D1 Ding r 5 env man f i t i rash ys hv Toll VI1 < tety Yx y s rn A I poL fund 1 suit led l ork the Into 11 In olng Ie ot sand tecU I Uds coal thee e of into lIIg 9 t6 teen facto j are eaor dins bars I st J 6rnaT orse ro i a > dark lyoaj imp1 olnS olnito to ntf one their loot euP k l r I l UPID reigns every day but on St e Valentines Dny ho reigns supreme Of nil the holidays In tho year the fourteent...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

4 U t = LJJ 4 > < ff l II i I 14 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 1909 T Continued from Pago Twelve r JfZA72Y Y z2z4c74c4 by Jif 7Ztf S O3T5154VX CHAPTER XXVI Continued Madamo do Varuler seated herself In the shadow so that sho would not at once confront Helena as she en tered Her jeweled fingers touched her hair lightly her pose suggested tho languid Indifference of a woman of the world who awaits the entrance I of a caller Mercy and tenderness and womanly pity were denied this beauti ful animal at her birth Or these ell I vlno qualities had been fiercely crushed by fanatic zeal I paced to and fro in an agony of rage and pity and this Medusa fol lowed my every movement with her cruel mocking smile Tho woman whom I had hoped to pave from suffering yes tho woman I loved was coming to this chamber of horror She was coming radiant with hopo Happiness awaited her she thought tho caresses of a loved brother repentant of his momentary folly And perhaps her heart wa...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

I a7 1 ark uda lraUq Uq I11 9 llald t aft Pa r Qa Ilf aM Afi Iy IA th9 doIii Iii ha Itier k cr tusk loo tatty th vbe1 high Ogsy that anf1 anf1a 0tiq late I 9 1 thb hall 1 1 1 it nc 4I an 1 is 111tc tc t r the ro it S Dd at 111 t i oa 0 d E 1Jat at atlh lh U f1 r 1 1 xs le 1 n n a l y C a s A Ztt Vii rd t If 1 y L 1t of s J iJ > f 4 > I I 1 J r > > J + < > > J l THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAHSPNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 7 1909 i p l I MJK hA T ir i < THINGINTEPT MININ L ± 1NtLQj J dOrvr lJ D Q iI IciY Justwed Entertainsl L was only nn Informal affair Jmt Fvas Intimate friends that the Just wed had planned to give but area that entails some work And Mr Just wed bad declared most cmpliatlcall In fact real authoritatively Mrs Just wtd Just Blioiild not work herself nIl out to a frazzle And be worn to a thread the wholo week after No sireel Not n bit of Itl At leant not while be wos nblo to owing o dishtowel or crumb a table Whit good was n husband anyway who couldnt h...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

l Ii < c L Lr L I J p I i I I THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 14 1909 JP The = 1 < 9SJ Byzantine Blouses wicii Deep Colorings on Net j The Shirtwaist vs the Whole Frock No Elbow Sleeves Promised Trimmings of 1 Fine Embroidery Smarter Than Lace Silver Shirtwaists Actual Reality 1 S Inevitably ns Snnta Claus makes As reappearance with Christmas tho I separate waist conies back with Spring There Is no gainsaying the fact I that the persevering dressmakers hnvq i established the ail 1n one pleco frock In the foremost rank of favor For all cere i monlous occasions the costume en prin cess Is by far the most appropriate and graceful the effect of smartness being possible with the one piece frock how ever simply made that could never bo achieved with a skirt and shirtwaist no matter how handsome In itself each gar ment might be But all the same along 1 with the springtime dandelions tho shirt waist pcrenlally blooms ItA Coolness Keeps the Slilrttviitat I I In F...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

I J A I aI taro Ttli ae aeu tjt it Lope otir tae donee Tee rter ry doe < ttd r iY tlylt rat Ir tl oiU IItt tMi tt rtY 111hft hft OCI lid eat or Irab tu ls Ire 11r tie tl pt olln I FC rt et t ajfl it m Dee tfr Ilhf obit i lta OltTDIt I 1rtbe 1rtber 1F Idr Ilblf oe + oettt r udll tC eta Orra I ps Th tatla Tds 1os1 r efi g1t cote brr 1 tk cdpreI preI gb t teel 1 Ot o ftt < fti rtloy > 1 h it DJ4 tlt i fj t t d t nll pf Ji ttt 9 Ir ti1 1 adf f It t 11r0 i lrlcr 1 6Jt 4dd tt tfUrCI Itr II L Lr Jk L 1 1 ION I I ON LEt + 1 Me < Ae J You IJANGWC ROUND IER I AGAIN r 1 t 00 D T 4 < J 0 t o y lfJ su N D Ay Vj f r jam I I OH HO AND BUD SMITH MADE A VALENTINE EH ii i MiiiiiiiiiiiiimriiniiMiiiiiiHii iiimiiMlllllllhlliiliiiilliimllMII Illi IIIH M n nl Im illllmilllillllhlll Illlllllll Illllilli 1 i 11111 11 11111 III 11 CIII Iin I I III II II II I lilll I I Iln nll I I tt r t I KNEW A uU I 7 N IS 0 ES TO r I NCt JAT i M 5WEETMEART auDS 1NE 0 cauLD 1 RAvJ YHENI ISi A5 I + ni ARTISTIC...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

r T1 0 f MlI I I 6 1 CGlQe fT1 l 1 C ist ci ko F 0 = FOR HAPPINESS ir t A = 1r r r 11 I I 0 one was surprised 0 JI when Tom Minor bo II I 4 came engaged to Elen I I r nor Woodsou lie had l rescued her from Uio jl i I top story of the Ocean I liouso wlion that old JI j I tinder box had burned 7 down H was quite In I the natural order oC I j things that she should I promise him the life oil I lie had saved I t The summer colony at Clear lake U I approved the romance that was being I unfolded before their eyes and the I I newly engaged couple were made tho 1 guests of honor ut luncheon and din 11 I I ners Innumerable Tom found the glorification rathor I a bore He had made a really Bon n tioual rescue but ho had all the nor I mal mans dlslllto of having a fusij d I made over him and had it not boon I I for his engagement ho Quill have tiled the spot I f As it was ho submitted to the ond I plcss round of entertainments with such grace aS he could summon and I I spont tho Intervals in coa...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

I + Iro d1o 11Idr f to 7 r Y rq ror li rt s tlott rt 1 m r 7 L e e tit Jp n a tt 1y r I 1 a t a a Ohl r u 2 trr r n T tAI its n 0 b3P cu F oA tf 4 I 1 rp a t 1m rt f II J II II I VO r Ii R > r < I c t I < r > I tI J 7 OU MOzU 91 Fca hon l 1i i AarI 0 0 t t a I l y 1 EW IDfA lid FA JiION I 00 Q fJ e ISome Dainty Aprons for Milady to Make r n APRONS 0 In the Illustrations Alyov s You Will Find Many Dainty Designs for Your Aprons rD LAIN percale ran bo used to a PLAIN advantage In making little work nprona Satlnc Is alto a good Miatoilal to use In making up an apron for gocnval utility I For the young housekeeper a largo apron which entirely covcrx the dross alcoves and all Is really valuable The luuterial can bo cnllco ginGham or percale dialling dish aprons require very little goods Circular piece of Unou edged with beading and taco with a small bib edged with the me arc quite fetching for the purpose Pretty Inexpensive flowered lawns can be worked up into really beauti f...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 February 1909

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