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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

I I I f THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13 1910 IS rAw L o9 CATARRH ATTACKED HEAD BOWELS AND KIDNEYS iD Famous Veteran now Healthy and S ro1l1g Thanks to Pe = ra = na rr h Veteran of civil war and menu r Mr Lewis Jenkins R F D 1 Chilli cothc Livingston Co Missouri veter 1 an of tho civil war and member of z Merrills Cavalry writes Perunn has p bulk up my health so I can do as t much work in a day as a young man of twenty years and I can recommend It everywhere I was so had with catarrh of the head and kidneys that I could not Bleep at all I wont In a drug store I saw a few bottles of It and I asked the druggist If that was what it was i put up for and ho said it was So I bought a bottle and took it and it commenced to relieve me so much that I kept on taking It and it cleared th ed everything like catarrh out of tho system and has cleared mo of chronic i llts diarrhea from camp life of the army of tho civil war ori rr I took cold a week ago I got a Ith bottlo of it a...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

j t 7 J 7 i It A L A 6 L f m t v I THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13 1910 y F > I J i i I 1 1 Erna L I I d J 1 f r j l f fl r 4 j fI j Ji I1 t lt 111 ti cJtl i I Tr4 SS t1 Ii I 1 JJ S m J 9 4 O r Mt 1 i it ddff0 Yil1W s 71 f A Jll if Jffo Iii f r c q f I i h I LJf df td NII I i m 1 1 foU FJ 1 f v 1 I 1 J Ak1 i 1 I U AL JU V h bI D l 2 7 l 11 h r x J I E 1 ffll I ot > 1112 I I ir U 7 Iu A fW irL J I cJ J t 1 E oY r AC1 I J r J I I J i SIr I A 4 1 I g J i fi I v trvl t I tP 1t1 I J i4 V Jf y bl 71 fJ U i j 0 fV = r l 1 I < H I l r g r I j f t I 7 JlL 119 1 rlitjfifP r 1 r v gas e r ri I Ji 1 r JC 1 Wu Ir v r NCE every year we hold this sale for the benefit j di J ftI i5 1J 1 of the great army of beet raisers Would it not = i I s1 T s U in be prudent for you to carefully consider before r 1 r = = = f I m rf making purchases We gather wealth only by x I I 1 o TEe saving A small bank account started today with II 51Qt7 rf but a fraction of your beet money might ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

r U l I THE MORNING STANDARD OGDilN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13 1910 1 BIGfiEST VAUDEVILLE HIT HOWARD and HOWARD PRESENTING THE PORTER I AND THE SALESMAN AT THE r ORPlHIEUTWI 1fOIr GHf 1t ONE BIG LAUGH JI a ERIk 99 i tAf rrsgfl A El T B d i i TUNffUl OPERA 1 The tuneful opora TO lie given by i i tho local High School Alumnlsts In rr the Ogden Theater Friday and Satur ii day December 2 and 3 is perhaps the Jt most eagerly anticipated event of tbo I TS fi f season both socially and musically I gs The proceeds of the opera are to ho J used for the local High school libr 8c ° ary I Rcmarkablo progress har been i t made during tho last two weeks and tort the entire music has boon gono over me by principals and chorus The voices In the chorus are better than most I rfd road companies carry and the chorus generally Is excellently balanced i 98 The music of the opera Is of moro than ordinary composition and full I ted o fmelody and color The solos and l8 oi choruses are most tuneful the melo I ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

LjT i I J tr I J t I > j j t iir J 8 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13 1910 L ° y i VVOM1NG SHERiff i WANTS HNSUY i Evanston Officer Will Appeal to the Governor for Extradi tion Papers f Honaley Spokane Real Estate Man Held on Charge of Ob taining Money Falsely I In on effort to secure tho custody of E Hensley a Spokane real estate agent who was arrested la this city i several days ago Sheriff Jones of Evanston Wyo appealed to Gover nor Spry at Salt Lake yesterday for extradition papers hi order that he might take the man back to tho east II era state but tho Issuance of tho papers the pars was strenuously fought and i result of the hearing could not bo 7 I learned laut night It seems to be tho opinion among r the mans friends that the warrant sworn out against him by W IL Wy man a resident of Cokevllle Wyo ming may prove a boomerang and his friends were not only sure that he I would not be taken back to answer to the churgo preferred against him but hinted that ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

r Part Two I THE MORNING STANDARD Pages 9 to iJ VOL vrrNp iii OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY r NOVEMBER 13 1910 h PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH i j J t = A < c I u r h 1 1 0 = yr 1 v q y r + TI i I f g a ff r t r I t J 3 r f1 < t I ir 1 t lRib ic l = c J = t JM1 t tl g Q l i 1 1 If Chance will have me king why Chance may crown mcMacbdh I HE was called Jamie simpiy Jamie Her soft t S wavy hair was dark and was tossed back from r her face much as a boys would have been II Over the bridge of her nose was a world of J little brown freckles that spread out upon her checks through the tan of which bloomed n tint that rivaled 3 1 the rose of Sharon Her eyesa pair of keen young S eyeslooked at you fearlessly and confidently with all > r the frank assurance of girlhood and yet there was in their depths something older and deeper that belonged I distinctly to womanhood She was only a slip of a girl perhaps seventeen perhaps more She wore a clean cotton frock into the faded belt of which was thrust Yo ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

+ 3 1 r 0 J t The bread that retains its It flavor and freshness with tho mercury at 80 is made of b verdale Flour Ack any housewife MADE BY I OGDEN MILLING ELEVATOR CO HOW TO KEEP YOUR I CLOTHES LIKE NEW ADIES or gentlemens gar ments can bo kept In beau 1E1 tiful condition until worn j outb taking froquentad vantage of our dry cleaning and press ing Ecrvlco Our dry cleaning process removes I tho soil and stain from your cloth ing freshens up tho fabric brlghtons the colors and raised tho nap like new It does not affect tho lIfo or 7 color of oven tho most dainty 01 del I Icato garments Our pressing service takes out tho I wrinkles creases and other marks of wear It gives the garments a new f like shape and lit It removes all I the bagglncss In tho knees and el bows etc Ever garment or article Is han dled In each jart of tho process by skillful careful workers We uso the gonulno Ftcncti Dry Cleaning process of cleaning Dy spirits and cohcntd and have a thoroughly uptodato I equipmen...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

I m tit a r t 9 T c OG IEN S1f AN A r I lit 1 I 0 I t b t i A a v3 fM 1 lulu t tat m IRS IRSI t i Tl tam 51 is F 4 t tt1 silt re m t u s h lmth a > r r I j il > > t 1 ID lh WORDS COME jfrarn BEYOND GRAVE I TUDENTS of the Supernatural Are Interested in the SoCalled Com f t munications from the Spirit of Professor William James i o A 1 0r Jamw fi Hysfop Photo by Path Bros Kopjrlsbt 1010 br tte New Tack Uerald Co All rtjhts referred IIETIIBR brofessor William James who W passed from thIs life last August has sent a message from the undiscovered bourne Is the question which Is again raised by the latest communication alleged to have been received from his spirit The medium of his supposed spiritual manifestation Is a young woman of Washington who believes she Is to be Inspired to write a book descriptive of his ex periences In the vale beyond mortal ken With her there Is no doubt that the often repeated Inquiry Has Professor James been heard from has been answered In the affirm...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

r < J d I = I T lI 1tJ nMr r i > L e TUILEOGDENTANDARD 0 e ± ± iL H H i t r c I i 2 rnT COSTS = M 1 ORE TO D EVE LOP BfAUTY fc t < i f o T H A N = B R t NS TpV ey Words sltJ Education of the Modern Young Woman Is Much More Expensive Than a That nth Her Genus Brother Capyrlcbt 1910 lIT the New York Herald Co All rlchU reigned T costs more to finish n fashionable girls educa tion nowadays than has been expended upon tbo J I entire university course and professional training of many a youth of talents or even of geulus > I Of course education may take more readily i rith a genius than with the carefully nurtured bud p but apart from that It does cost enormously to give the last touches to the approved Instruction of that 2 I lastharming harming young person tbo daughter of wealthy and avlsh parents flj I Why does It cost so much more to finish the edu O cation of Miss Fortunatus than that of her brother a Hardly a father who foots the bills knows why Even tho mother whose J...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

+ I p r y 0 L i tt c FA G cTLLdEcLs YE 4 4 ai1O 4 lr = Ii i > T nca L Winter Mid THE TAl L 00 BUlL T SUIT7P or Street Styles By HELEN FALCO Wear 6 + I Il 74 Gy e PARIS DECREES tf RESTORATION OF THE SHORT COAl h q Good News For Limited Pocketbooks AS1 It Isn h Hard to Have Your Last Years Long J 1 One Cut Down q ET the woman of good flguro re L joice and be glad The edict has s gone forth from tho Rue do la S Palx and the long coat is doomed For tho tailor built woman this winter there rfro nothing but short coats In which sho can display to full t advantage the comely curves and good lines of her shapely body Long coats havo had a good prosperous reign any way and the chango Is welcome for pleasing as they were to the eye when they first camo In It was high time I wo had a llttlo variety Again the woman who Is at her best In flno feather whom much ornamen I tation becomes imd who does not f shine to full advantage In the auster ity ot raiment that was supreme last year may breath...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

11iLr i I L I c L 0 1 i I o F THE O6DE N 5TANDAD Ii = = l f 4 0 t MBKOFDTKILS I i f 0 COPIED on fFQWI1QLDCUINA c fl lI L fflNDMDUAL f Designs Worked Oat from Quaint and Charming Patterns j t I r 1 fllLS who arc fond of em broidery and nroin nearch of U original ideas for designs will I be j able to find a greatinauy interest ing and quaint patterns suitable 1 to different sorts of embroidery open the old china pieces which are deco c 7 rated in tho beautiful old colors that have 1 i long been fashionable for cross stitch and jill other forms of embroidery A mult i ber of embroiderers who accomplish really I remarkable pieces of work and who lool i I upon embroidery as one of the fine aits i imvc secured charming results by coin ing the old chine patterns and are cnthu i elastic over the idea which offers oppor unities for such a wide variety in designs tl and coloring f i One of tho most interesting features of tills copying from old china is the individual f 1 vidual quality that m...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

L wt 1t t c I ft VIiiing5 Slock nd Mark ts LOCAL GHANGf ° GROWS ACTIVE L Stocks Pick Up a Little Strength and Close With Some Improvement SALT LAKE Nov 12An optimist vas gladly welcomed on fho stock and mining oxhange this morning Dluc clouds have hung over tho place for a week and they arc now lifting a little bit This is largely due to the Tlntlc propositions ii Vi J i Vt The following are the closing quo tations for the day Bid Asked fleck Tunnol 11 Lie HHI 00Vt Blngham Arnnl 05 07 Black Jack 16V Alte Bullock or 00 > i 01 CnrlEi 15 Cedar 13 ½ 14 Colorado 39 O Columbus 25 29 i Columbus 26 20 frown Point 05 31 OGM Daly Judge 430 600 Dragon Iron 10v 25 JUist Crown Point 01 Est Tlntlc Dovel 001 East Tlntlc G 1C 02 Ely Columbus 09 Emerald OS 25 Grand Central 65 75 Indian Queen 00Ji Ingot 02 1 P O D 100 lno 03A Iron Blossom 78 SO I K Con Oi 11 Joe Bowers 00 Y King William 15 Keystone 15 Lttle Bell 110 Lower Mammoth 13 15 Mason Valley 950 1000 1 May Day OOj 10 i7 Mineral Flat OOV t M...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 13 November 1910

l I of 11 I II c = J Jlj k r l 1 ir1it iw i 11 i j 1 < r If r < = u 1 n + PPr t lStaLtv + u 7 > < awwe 4 x + ea a r i I r o t I I I I 0 < r Tll1EOGDEN 5TANDAILD t t i j l 0 = I 1 = ti O k 1 I S f H ION 5 f 3i T < l i J r 0 j t r ji J tfJ I A A c iJ fJ II i 1l J JL w > g lrl2 i i 1 ft i Jr < 9Ji J JZ I Hf L ATEST Models rn Velvet Hats for Day and Evening r Velvet Hat withOstrich flurries PIntn CoprnM row bv JJciltliorfr 11 Ctclujlvo CmjTleht 1010 NCK Tor I I Herald CornDtiny I BY MRS A T ASHMORE II I ATS anti more hats Every week t see now styles exhibited now H materials and new colors until the I I I average brain glows fairly dizzy I trying to decide upon which really is the smartest and most desirable I model to choose It is acknowledged that I the hat is nil important in a womans outfit and there must be a suitnble hat I for each andevery occasion if a strict ad i hcrcucc to the laws of fashion he conI 1 tcmplatcd and each and every hat must I II be becom...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 20 November 1910

+ 1 II A7 Y s the o urafe i wlf1 L tort t i f1 lord 1 Il > r m Iog C bhtft hI i > iy y y M1 I C1tilR co cr is to rkt n s toe 3t1e 0 tba ° i P 1fre sp 61ti e b j f tirtr tirtrG ors f t rrtga Bltlfia 1 co rttik 1a s I seta m i r t i g ttrt42 i7 illfrx ab 1 iI 9 4otI aGs f tilt 1N 1VOA + dc t lUfr31 toge colt r aT I f a l tm tseL artz1 fOld r Old ino t yw sollE i led 5 f1 se et sdtspl gild aer Ye enat 103e hiriP iS111ct ME1R f oe r E r 1 1t jt f s 1 FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPACHES THE BEST AND OTHER ADVERTISING MEDIUM SPECIAL N IN THE NEWS FEATURES STATE OF UTAH ti 1 l And Successors to THE DAIILY MORNING EXAMINER VOL VIINO 311 i OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20 1910 PRICE G5 CENTS PER MONTTT MX GA R lR PS RA Y fOR UPRIISIIH OF REBELS AS A PRECAUTIONARY MEASURE CUSTOMARY SUNDAY BULLFIGHTS WILL BE PROHIBITED TODAY GOVERN IENT OffiCIAlS DISPLAY Ur SINfSS In the Attack Upon the Home of the Rebel Leader Oerdan Morel Than One Hundred Were Killed Including Daughter and Wife of the Rebel L...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 20 November 1910

L 1 1e > I oj i t 1 i irn t rf i I 3 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN TTTATT RTTTOTiAV NOVEMBER Qfl 1010 I I SPORT NG NEWS I MIGHIGANS WINS FROM MINNESOTA ANN ARBOR Mich Nov 19Tho Maize and the Bluo floats over the Maroon gold tonight for Michigan by six to nothing captured the western football championship from Minnesota this afternoon Two cleancut forward passes did It It wan In the last quarter Neither aide had been able to shatter the oth ers defense and the spectators had resigned thomsolvca to a nonscore f tie game r It wan Michigans bnll In tho center I of tho field Wollfl ran out and sent I the bull straight to Borleska This I was one of tho fow successful for I ward passes of tho game and It not I tod 26 yards Michigan lined up quickly Tho same play was hardly to be expected eo soon and In exactly the name wayI I Yet that was the strategY Wells ran to tho side as before and threw di agonally down the flld an before to I Borleska Michigan now had four yards to go Wells was hurl...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 20 November 1910

4 THE MORNING STANDARD o OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20 1910 S i r I I Y a ah i r 1f1P 1IJ IJ r tom i 11 da i r Ipl j li I i11Z1 dtat 111 O I ati i m 10 Tapi iC0 DICINI U 1 JIgt 19Dtr + te j 6t I t i J SUFfEREfrn FO VEA 8 OViE HEAL T TO PE = U4AD < J r N I Many a matron has lengthened tho i days of hor comely appearance by taking Per un To bo beautiful the body mutt bo kept clean Internally as woll ao externally Pertina pro duces clean mucous membranes the basic of facial symmetry and a clear healthy complexion I ti sCtC J J 4 JHRS6EOCWORSTELL 1 MRSODROBINSON J I gained strength and flesh and am In perfect health Mrs O D Roblnoon 36 St Foils Street Brooklyn N T writes I havo taken Poruna and It did mo more good than all my to years treatment by special physicians I can roally ony that I feel like another person No more cwollon feet and limb No moro bloating of the abdomen No moro ohortneso of breath No more otiff and core joints You havo no idea what your treatment has dono for mo...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 20 November 1910

= d M t MM i j r 11 lPLJT 1 or j Qr tNd 4 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20 1910 J IDqr lnruiu l n tauh + 1 I M 1 J Published Daily by William Glasmann A Fearless Independent Newspaper It Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies to Punish x T HEAR ALL SIDES u I While This Paper Has Strong Republican Predilections It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columns are Fair and Just to All Parties and Creeds I r WEATHER FORECAST UTAH Generally fair Sunday and Monday I EARLY CHRISTMAS SHOPPING r i Early Christmas shopping for the sake of employes of the big stores has been taken up actively in Chicago by the Oonsumers league the Girls Friendly society and various college societies who declare that the strain incident to the holiday rush must be lessened Already extra forces of clerks have been engaged and the regular Christmas delivery service inaugurated more than a month in ad vance of Christmas Tho shop early movement was considered by the national convention of the Girls ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 20 November 1910

R tSiUa II L1aI Id ft3 rti l lher bl 1 abIiJtrr e top 6ta r lJ EX rl 1 1 Iar JslQtts Iii J 1Il oti l 1J1d 1ir 1tfj il1 i b DI1fqit It ItIft < 7j Iatb ii I 10ft fi itto4 k htt IUllvi 1 J Jll1 bU 13 co 01lrE iit bo netrihi I th ir thle1 the t ni I I3 ct j1 4 e ej E th 1 hatL a gt > 7 ekBI sLa Td bler l Qi t i ltd eJ U ren 111 P sii s 1 t r Jf eJ af1l < I tj tuJl s J I J IS tt 1 1v 03 < 7HJ Dingktf ktf Joftt e 51 5111ft for 11ft ougbPeu i Peu de nrJ 3e day Or V rr oC with It I j air a d iX If h at it 01 jir of 001 oCS W IC fi t I d1ht ldCD pt Jl DR J L r S THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20 1910 rs whars the I Use For us to show you a picture of a line suit in this ad We couldnt sell you one that looked like it Nolloy Can We ve cut it out What you J want is one that looks good on you WE CAN DO THAT ALL t1 RIGHT See if we cant Dare you to try us The Tggry r AND wwft Si r s YOU KNOW WHERE STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phono No 322 Independent two rin...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 20 November 1910

c T 0 Y + i O L ai I f y f i 1 v U t 6 THE MORNTtfG STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVE1VI3EB 20 1910 J PIGKHT IS TO r i APPEAL CASE i 0 William P Pickott wan found guilty I In police court yesterday of having I S lo1nted the sidewalk ordinance rela I tive to bicycles and food S3 Ilckctt 1 vas taken In by Special Officer Ileast him I olio testified against The grocer when arraigned entered I a pica of not guilty Tho arresting of ficer was called to the stanO and swore that Pickett had boon rldlnr his wheol I on the sidewalk of TwcnylnlrJ street near Quincy avenue Ho produced I aa his witness William Jones who al so sworo that he had seen the defend iuL riding on tho sidewalk On the stand Plclcett sworo that ho had been riding In the mIddle of tho uicet and that ho was arrested by Officer Kcaat on a charge cf which ho vas not guilty Ho stated that tho witness produced by tho officer was rot altogether trustworthy Inasmuch as he had an account against Jones aid that the man for this reaso...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 20 November 1910

i + Ulg 1 Mini r h j s t 1 ft ion i i areal l riltr i hlsl e OfalR intht oW I ash 9 t 9hty tit I rnT 1 it t t Clotir f n I d dad I WIt r Wv J I i I g It t tnt nt 3tt t li e8s rlrtry Df l oft1 tk e rthty nIts 01 CIAla j I nail otJlri jlnt 9 at thc iOl i I I 1 y II I w I rFI UIcj 1 > f td f1 7i bbcur I bbcurut r ut ap apfld I ci l r her kr tUra w tt I Y 11 I 7 17t b wri fetf rP thatt eLi islrar rd i 1 NS 1 ll r l + r t t 3h r 1 f It ci wit I sri9St kAA itctd I II I I t1kk fr I t lii r liCi nPi i I n i I 1d efftnd 1 DNIt iII r 4 i I II h d bv11 t s n fdik k e thcrt r ehui Id c rnsV tt toil ft ftJ I eca t il0 01 Lf S 14j toar t i irispoets poets e3 of f d th for i site Flt ALlTt j9Ctp thiS f J r IrieS I FJe s cbcyj < Mi ft + I 7 d i rC i > THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOl1EIrISrR 20 1910 1 7 r t 3 I vror r < SI LI < WIfDN ill ORPUEUM TItllEATRE I I Both Phones 323 i TONIGHT iI = THE GREATEST DANCING t ACT IN VAUDEVILLE IN THEIR ORIGINAL DANCE CREATIONS THE TALK ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 20 November 1910

T e j I t S r r Tr f j h F S THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20 1910 1 I V RANDOM 1 I i REfERENCES I = Continued from Pago Five I Beautiful Imta for 3 and 4 at Fivo I Points Millinery Good rocer for Wards Ask your grocer jl Bread Label on every loaf the Doc 1C Its Rubbers you want Stanford Shoo Co 2481 Wash ave Deware of irrosponslblo peoplo so liciting dry cleaning for us Wo have no agents only our regular drlvors Ogden Steam laundry I have what you wnnt In pictures end artistic framing Fred Massa 164 J Wash ave Modern sixroom brick hoUse for rent on Orchard are 2500 to right party Apply 2539 Orchard at Order fancy brick IcO Cream Both Phones 279 I Ward Drumms TIIANKSGrVING DAY RATES via Short Llno Salt Lake and Oregon I return 110 Also reduced round trip rates to all other points on Oregon Short Line Tickets on Bale Nov 23 I and 24 good returning Nov 28 Se cure tickets and full Information at City Office 2511 Washington Ave Miss Belle Dowey of Salt Lake IB Jolting ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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