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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 20 November 1910

t 1 ER Rds 4 + t l Ub S 1 La 1I iiS iiSS iJi iiiI i i I c4c 1 tl5 iC 1rd O1 hr h1 yS 1 I r y sd IbFeI FeI it ld fi r cc l I ftr + J J 9 L n s JPa1I Two I THE MQRNING ST ANDARD 1 I Pages 9 to 16 f VOL VII NO3 i n OGDEN UTAHn SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20 1910 I n PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH k = I O < x a sr 4 FRILLS AND RUFFLES f r = I n H H REQUISITES OF THE TOILETTE t I By HELEN FALCO I y n n < ACCESSORIES ARE VITAL PART OF THE WELLDRESSED WOMAN Things any Clever Person can Make with Her Own Needle as well as if Bought at Most Exclusive Shops IIAT Is moro satisfying to W tho eyo than a welldressed woman No matter what her calling in life sho will accomplish her ends much moro easily if appropriately gowned She will impress people not only by her toilette but more by her carriage and general attitude no matter how strong her personality it is always set off by a harmonious ensemble which can only bo gained by perfect detail Clothes do not make tho man but oh me how they help Not one of us t...

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. — 20 November 1910

I 5y r 2 i I li I i r I I I I t 1 I i WOJi 1 PaJ fi 01113 SY Y 1 G F if t I t r 1 o f + f s i CNA LF IJ y 4 I 4 4 IYa eo + c I c t 1 Womens tome E Page i j t I r o I j rFURS FOR flIDWINTER S By HELEN FALCO I ij FASHION FAVORS II 1 SIiORTER JACKETS For Walking but the Long Paletot Holds Its Own I for Carriage Wear Azure Seal and Possum I Skins Most Popular I t l I s II I T used to bo the custom of our I novelists when talking about tho M raiment of tho wealthy classes among Slavonic races to speak of their barbaric opulence They wax ed particularly patronizing in describ ing the profusion of furs worn by Magyar Voyovodes and Russian princes 1 But now the lofty attitude on the part of Occidentals Is impossible For the Russian voguo that set In with such a strong tide last winter Is more I I i pronounced than over And especially so at this date when tho approach of I winter brings a profusion of gorgeous furs such as appears more appropriate r 1 to tho mythical splendor of The i 1 t Ar...

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. — 20 November 1910

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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. — 20 November 1910

fk r c J M 1 jr I tH 1r I t T 7 > i > 1111 hICHTIfI NGfir LIFE WIT I Ifv v OME Idea of What It Means to Face a Savage Jj Little Creature That Knows No Fear and Has the t Power of a Donkey Engine Behind Its Razor Like Tusks the first cry from the terrier they let their big voices speak find camo leaping high over the undergrowth plunged down the ravine and up again anti went by me before I bad my horse fully under way I caught the sonnd of n crashing in the bush to the rlsbt as If several large animals were running there on parallel tracks and It was soon obvious that p Caught a Limb Just Above Him and + Swinging Out of the Way of the Mad r J dcned Animal r Ji BY DERESLEY MORTON 1 I Copvrlcht 1910 lr the New York Herald Co All rlcbts wserrcdl 4I II EN the great navigator and explorer Cap I tain Cook made his historic voyages In the i 1 k 1 n II hem latitudes he carried a quantity of c live stock for food Among the animals were some large English hogs and a few of these i were l...

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. — 20 November 1910

t ot t f Lb di II 1 I IIX tktk ro 1 l I Ii lIC I h li Q UJ I I I t1j l WC II i U2 IJl f J It rt a I 11atJ I Is h rEW hwm hkh r 1 k hro t adl httb 11 ni IO nWsi l t hrrPj tI I nr IIJI < t Itcl MSftV W fnI Q ito cutreiij Iw 43 3 1 fj Q ifdI I r v Jid t ttcl torsi 61 9 6c iots t ptj all oe thlD cG4 J ore a g tWI L thb rto 1 g th Jj rifift J lunpJ r 1J lIe ij t v 3 1eD 1 t the citch1i I t nd 5atcbL I tIled I ° AS utlZi ed S e rOCtJ re LID J tID I p tIe ck rbt ftddltt4 e II bOdr gatcJFd r bnnt i rclt the tt trieS l 4 ottO blg if 3tff 1 el11Dkl Itbetrj1 e tf 10 I r q I rA J 1 A Loa yr I i HIGH PRICES Affect all households but not so if you eat Hess Blue Ribbon Bread 16 ounces o every 10310 At your Grocer 5 ceIl1 o Accept no Subsinnuteo BAKERY AND STORE 2557 = 61 Grant Aw 7 ro < J SEVERAL BURNED BY ElECTRiCITY Miss Ora Glll Mac Thrilling Experi ence With a Telephone Salt Lake Nov lMIGS Ora Gill nineteen years of age daughtor of Mr and Mrs David II Gill was seve rely nrn1 and shocked ...

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. — 20 November 1910

i a I c cI < I I 7 = t 1r IHJ IE Q G II IE N STANDARD ry v 1 j EWTOKK WOMEN I AND HOTELITIS I I r JNT1 sCitjJ of the Homeless Home the Fascinationof the Glittering Hotel Has Overcome Even the Most Staid H Ii f and at the Present Outlook Nothing Can Take Its Place i 7 I dr714 2a10 by the New York TI raia Co Ml rights n erie < J NDW YORK Saturday ELL me where she cats and I will tell you who she Is TELL Bating Is one of the most thoroughly ap proved pastimes of all within the gates of New York With an ever Increasing number It comes close to being an occupation x Now that woman refuses to stay nt home and cook meals for the men as In those good days of yore she admires to cat hotel victuals as an elderly trans planted Now England woman phrased It You be hold her thus engaged In the gorgeous dining rooms of the famed hotels of the metropolis and In the ob cure restaurants which boast foods of foreign flavor and atmosphere After all It Is atmosphere that woman Is seeking It Is the...

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. — 20 November 1910

Ilk iW tf otiiito mIoris 1cd o her ftfcjjjl nnij of i ofkIi ilch i hotel fctj b13 1 Ir1c to it lien ii 0 or Ilie log f the raph ant that ch Abti1 ccd c pz bgb cauty1 of thur towat ci eo o11riiJ 2H j I tbeJ ctIIed3Itr be1fl I t bci1 ° rcr1P 1Eo cerc 11d 5C b to It > wd d city 0ft J Iea t1Iol I ir cIfl1c cI I as ttrOL 4 J ¼ Th i I I t 11 Mgn o ng9 S oks and Markets BIG WEEK ON lOCAL CHANGE I Iron Blossom Takes the Lead Uncle Sam and Colorado i Also Active r SALT LAKE Nov 19Thls morn ings session of the stock exchange as far as dollars and cents were con cerned was a good one comparatively exceeding that of last Saturday hut in number of shares it jnowed only half thc volume The saleo amounted to 28050 shares at h1O625O how oer the weeks totals ot 377937 rharcs valued at y2593f exceeded tie totals or the previous weock by over 100000 shares and nearly doubled Jt In values Once more Iron Blossom took the liinl The opening price was 83 cents MId It sold up to 00 closing at SI cents wi...

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. — 20 November 1910

c > < ti j I r n r i c 1 r L 11 S j I r l i I I i w I I J r f i II I t I I T THIEOGDEN STANDARD j V r Ir t J WAilS FASHIONS I OVEL Designs of Furjf1 Trimmings a Feature of I the Winter t r I i Sealskin Coat I 1 fahattecol r I Photo Copyright 1010 blR ut1Ju tr I Exclutlvo Ccpyrlcht ipiy rtv Y Ofl L r I Herald j ell il t I RY MRS A T ASHMORE f I A UU is most decidedly the prominent I I feature of the winters fashions It j Fun very kind of garment from n ball gown to a hut it forms entire I 1 costumes or again it only trims n motor wrap but it is always present A house frock must have n touch of fur to I 1 i make richer the tones of the material a t rl i street dress munt be made lialf of fur or Ii else trimmed with bauds of skunk or ax it I trnchan French seal or sable if it would c f emphasize the fact thnt it is a creation ofI the present season The majority oC the smartest hats show trimmings of fur and 1 entire evening wraps are fashioned from I I l I costly sable chinchilla...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 27 November 1910

d < 1 < L I r 1 FULL ASSOCIATED r tmr 5m PRESS DISPACHES THE BEST 1 er I AND OTHER 1 ADVERTISING r MEDIUM I i S SPECIAL f a > t < 4 Y IN THE eri NEWS FEATURES STATE OF UTAH IJ i i And Successors to THE DAILY MORNING EXAMINER I VOL VITNO 318 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH I I I ff T W E N it I 1 w r F r o = J Ai T L u ly 4 I lea Ur 9 s I Lt b rut ze tz t S d I e it tt It flu r trtdiz t t s t < x a tdj C i wi Etrdl rW t 1 w r rb GI71 aIl ff 1 i a d 31t tLl deaf f I y e aY SO had V MEET HORRIBlf DfAT 1 IN VRH ABl HRE TRAP PAPER BOX FACTORY WITH NO FIRE ESCAPE BURNS LIKE TINDER CATCHING VICTIMS ON MAr Y GRUSHED TOP DE1 FLOORS N THE PAYfMENTI In Trying to Escape the Fiery Furnace the Young Women Jump to Instant Death in the Street Gutters Run Red With BloodFifty Injured in the Hospitals NEWARD N J Nov GIn ten minutes twentyfive girls were burned alive this morning or crushed to death on the pavement in leaping from the windows and fire escapes ...

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. — 27 November 1910

5 P p 1 v r 2 i t1 f1 1 l z THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27 1910 I 1 SPORTING NEWS i 0 MORAN KNOCKS OUTNlSON IN THE ELEVENTH ROUND Clover Young Englishman Settles Once and for All the Question of Which Is the Better Man Durable Dane Fails to Come Back as His Friends Had Predicted SAN FRANCISCO Nov 2GBlt Batting Nelson of Hegeswlch Ill will no longer menace tho lightweight belt For the first time in his fight ing career tho Durablo Dane the once great pugilist was knocked out today beyond all dispute by Owen Moran the sturdy lad from Birming ham England In the presence of ono of the largest crowds of spectators over assembled at a glove contest in this city Moran knocked Nelson out In tho eleventh round of a scheduled 20round event his victory being clean and leaving no room for argument as to his complete victory over the one time champion But he was com pelled to drop Nelson five times In this round for despite the force of tho Britons righthand punches on thu po...

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. — 27 November 1910

I j u I THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27 1910 I uk Tc 5rIx t Prtt k c 1 I 1 I C2I D fOLLY uw iJ1 ID r NGEBC iE r 10V3 UOH1 PHYEIC eJlSJ1 18 ts ii ch1 ll11 id fr fifth et 0 IIGaT GaT RS I l DUf1 I pi t rlJ < 1 1JJ i 080 I CATARRU DESTROYED MY APPETiTE f PERUNA rarely falls to restoro tho uppuliu Immediately begin nlng tho uso of Peruiia patients bogln tooit aiid digest This Is universal testimony coming from all parts of tho civilized world Catarrh is n very frequent cause of loss of appetite nod disturbed digestion Tho benollclal Influence of Portina on catarrh completely restores tho nppc tito in such cases To prod tho digestive organs with medicines that are merely stimulants is a poor way to romedy such cases farn now cured and cir ful in spirits all through the agency of Peruna which has cured effectually and restored my appetite L My only regret that I did not use Peruna sooner and 1 would have avoided all my pre vious suffering and misery Mr Joseph H Conan...

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. — 27 November 1910

= 7 i i J i r > = c = I 1VS I f i Irr 4 a 4 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27 1910 i ID4t IInrutug tanb arb An Independent Newspaper ESTABLISHED 1902 PUBLISHED EVER DAY BN THE YEAR BY WILLIAM GLASMANN TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE t BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY i Dully Every Day 1 Year S6e0 Dally Every Day a Months5150 Dally Every Day C Months 5300 Sunday Only 1 Year 5200 In Ogden City by carrier 65 cents po r month For information concerning city subscriptions telephone to the city circulation department Both Phones C6 WEATHER FORECAST UTAHFair Sunday and Monday I W C T U FROWNS ON SCANT DRAPERIES I The display in the dooryard of a fine residence in Washington of a statue of a young woman attired only in the altogether had its echo in a convention of the Womans Christian Temperance Union at the capital city shortly after Mrs S M Wescott in making the an nual report of the work of the department of purity referred in caus tic terms to this statue The society ...

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. — 27 November 1910

< t THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH STJNTI V lTtIUCMDtD nl1 1 n1 n I itf W i 4S I I I I 1 1m r C lj r I P Jl Jlf f 1Oi OiIf If fE f tIi Oz JI t001J s 1 It rut u x r i lf S y6I 1 pDI fti t Dg0 1e bit tI s i its Zt r k I III yrrH tT > Ii t J r J t Ii THIS IS SUNDAY WE WILL LET f I DAY YOU KNOW WHAT WE ARE GOING TO SAY YOU ANYHOW REST TO t T H E T Q JG G it R Y KNOW YOU US I = vo x c lUNI LA > I TAND4RD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE Either phone one ring 58 RANDOM I REfERENCfES To Inspect Forests Assistant Dis trict Forester L L While of the sllvl culturo department of the foreat ser vice has gone to tlio Palisade Idaho national forest for Ilea purpose of mak ing an inflection regarding forest Growth Mr White will travel over land from Idaho trails to the Palisade f > rest Mr J A Stimson wishes to thank his old patrons for their liberal patron ago on his opening day r will try to I keep up to the old standard and am alwa...

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. — 27 November 1910

zt = 1T ± i f I 6 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27 1910 1 I I 1 H I I I I 1 I 4 I I i 1 I I r I I I I I 4 t I 1 i i i i g I J tI I I 1 g j I I 1 alI z II U U t c 1 I g I t I I I I i tti I iI i i I I I l j J w i jtlM Ladies WarmSweater Goats Are Cheaper Ladies and Childrens sweater coatscoat made in better style than those of any previous year The entire stock has been reduced because like the furs the sale has been hindered because of the warm weather These arc the coats you will want for this season and for many coming seasons 275 Sweater Coats J 245 350 Sweater Coats 295 400 Sweater Coats 345 450 Sweater Coats 395 500 Sweater Coats 450 1 7 50 Sweater Coats 595 Warm Sleeping Garments For Children In a very few years children will sleep in no other I than sleeping garments These sensible garments arc beginning to replace the night gown for winter wear and for summer where children sleep out of doors The body is cov ered from head to foot with the soft warm fleecy f...

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. — 27 November 1910

l T THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27 1910 JIll a r j 1 L lJZl l AU r n1sJ7 fW > L n 1I 4 r 1i f M a be i g 7e rs id Us UsJ 3y US rig rF s4 he 1p6r 6r 6ry y 1 1 I 14 iehe he he i lb i r 1 1 of i e e 13 i Iy le of ieor or orI r lyof of ofa a Cs n rt tk b3n at ad llf dix 40 40u fttof of its r ra i iaa het yil r A far f IC UJ f i rJjlM N r3 n l 1 Jc T i O N S y AT rt O G a Ll T THEATER m m t rr Tonight PIXLEY t > z LUDERS i Musical Masterpiece TtlL f t T 1 BUR6f k 0 I i 9 i NIASTER i IS IT WIlY f I I C rHr IDEA > GiUS ii 3 W3hbMrg The original i Peter Staapesant And the same BiZ Company of Favorites including that bewitching chorus of D IMGARO GfJRL3 POIPHillN21Jr P1rH e Seas Now Seilling f < n L c r = E dC 1 ELLEN BEACH YAW l AT m TileaIei8 Tuesdmty NvembeJr 29th Prices 150 1OOO 74 5c siiflS a Jew scats sit o60 + + P aRr p < L u J r federat of labor Compes Us Sessmon ST LOUIS Nov 20 Tho American Federation of Labor closed its thir tieth annual conventio...

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. — 27 November 1910

n > J r I t j W I j B THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27 1910 i RANDOM 4 1 REfERENCES Continued from Pago Five Lillian Russell Tho Lillian Russell theatrical company passed through O dOn this morning ou tho Harrhuan i lines ou their way to tho coast S I Holdup Sentenced Tho case of Rio and Boll was submitted to tho jury at 220 yesterday Alter consid ering the testimony for a short time I the jurors returned a verdict of gull ty recommending mercy for Rio The two men were sentenced Immediately Boll receiving 12 years and Rio 7 years In the penitentiary > Mrs O F Peterson and little I daughtor of Salt Lake aro visiting wUh Mrs J J Brummltt I I F C Dolbey and George A Moore wore visitors In the city from Salt I I lake yesterday I I F M Quigley the wellknown Twin I I Falls resident was a visitor in Og 1 den yesterday S J Callan ot Dayton Idaho was I a business visitor hero Saturday I W B Allen a resident of Benson Utah is as visitor in the city Mrs M A Donr residin...

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. — 27 November 1910

fb I and q tpl on i JII1h > J rr Ito r tit to yy lfr tod d tIJ E iy Cii JI t int I i lip I h f b r t nk t 3tprEt 11I9 11ere ere f 1I worth tOe eclA htitr tet k re a 1 W ct I Wta Oltiq am w the i t 1 r r i BGt f iP ltli THf6 I g 11 Ji lafie195 i If Tt1 tint 1 Oei dW Id1 ONSI io tl zlcx Y f I Al k tST HUR faE 1 K 4 vi e fb ry tUaEtt ad Mrs s e sctftl red the tr 115 d be s 5r urcbI sal d d deed 4 ° th e i hh yOlJ u r nl Kdjt 1nl fer dale 11 sssr V thli dP 4tf igcfa t M IOU fall HSi i 1 19 opt S pet i J < rIT T T Part TW 1 TUE MORNING STANDARD I Pages 9 to 16 I VOL VII 318 1 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PR MONTH r I t r I I 1 I = = If i r rcc iJr H Jr < c J TY T IPIoIr V e > r 7 I J THE BRO li Nr < N OTTLE V f 9ly Zle Jordan fr 9 HERE it was that little green bottle shaped TI something like the pickle jar at home bits of lightcolored clay sticking to it as if it had just been dug up in the back yard yet it stood on a small pedestal on Mrs Woodss drawi...

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. — 27 November 1910

0 I d I r j r i f 1 I gil J ft = Ortfl T r r t > J I CB I < > i L + j i C r1A L DJ < ocr < y JE f t JI 1 JlI t 0 + I r C W f 9 Effects of I i Aesthetics and the Y d HOMES OF CULTURED WOMEN b as1 01 b 40 + 4 J Different Colcfs I i Schoolroom i I G I > 1 ftl JrIM 7f 1I i1 1 Jr n J r I 1 v L L n r c l Itl Jr h I 17L 1 1 1o < + j UGLINESS IS BANE i OF MOST NURSERIES I Beautiful Surroundings is of Infinite Importance in I II Education of ChildrenDumping Grounds i I of all the Household Trash I Bv ELIZABETH WHARTON MITCHELL i N splto of tho emphatic pcrsiatcnco I IN with which tho cry Art is one of the most powerful factors In civilization it Is remarkablo how eager everybody seems to avoid any I practical application of tho maxim 1 More particularly can tho truth of I this be perceived when entering the I average schoolroom and nursery Tho I sentimentalist and the sermonizer I spend many words In proclaiming the I wonderful Influence of tho nursery In I 1 producing f...

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. — 27 November 1910

h r w7 b l f kf rr eX > affi iy < yi r t r 1t lrIH IE 11 QGIEN STANDAD ifJ i I rvlA R J fROCKS for IiOLIDAY DANCES 2 a ul Ott t f G 196 x stt7r Ew Fitt the ib r t lam ra fly r pl u CS p rl L a tT bf tl tit tI t tL t Lso t S Of IY adsd 1tDffg r I l i Ihitor or ra dA aItl r ion alb a II I 4 u f x the Christinas holidays ven the all important debutante must code some of I her pluco to her younger sister This in the halcyon timo of the whole year lor the school girl and the amount of gayety that IB crowded Into the two brief weeks of vacation demands nn out fit ns varied and as extensive da a brides trousseau There must be a pretty street dress a becoming gown for luncheons matinees and the Informal card parties bat BM In this nee a popular form of party for quite young girls and most Important of all tJicre must bo the frocks tor dance nnd dancing clues t In n girls own opinion no gown cnn be half RO Important as her dress for dancing school or cotillon In this gown she has nil h...

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. — 27 November 1910

2 i E7 I Lr r J fk = 0 c 1 f oJ I t jJuJ i it l ir T CGrEN TAN A ilD wr ro = rs 1 1 f r I I b = = = i t 1 LURL LOREB S rlly L oJih 1 MY STICALRUG f I I + I I i Jr 1 FaI l + If J J t r r e j i g au fi j 4e r1I hr1 KI JA Ih t rr + w l lt I L Mrl l f t tl ti rq + J + A + A w y + rY Jr i Jr + D I I 7 K r ti 1 C r 3 ay ti r t + rt rJ1 r i v ti y I t j J I JltI r i1 tit Jc t J + a j j I + r i i J 1 l r d tL P s rw 1 L b as y v > t rr l r La Jj rr 1 I 1 h p2 r 3 1 l Jr I laC ti built r L t j I F Animal Rug from Adcbil Mosque Once in Ycrkcs Collectioa Sy q f I Owned by Metropolitan Museum of Art c I t + 1 1 II r CoprrUtit IdIO by she NCTT York Herald Oo tut rlllits morbid I M3V OHK Satuidii OMANCD mystery lilt tiffin arc warp and woof I n jf the o 1ItlJ till rug Sit iuse histories are told i fi 10 llu Initiated III their very design and the I e Q passing if + dvifiisties and the wieck of king II doms are Included in the chapter that they tell Is It IliCii any wonder that they Hold a fasc...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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