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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 2 September 1910

I 4 I j If THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1910 I RE AL E l > T A TIE h Ii FOR REAL BARGAnNS CONSULT ThESE COLUMNS 12rOO PER LOTYour choice ot two or more of 28 lots In Nevada nddl lion J P Parsons Broom hotel t S23tf ALL OR any pnrt of G acres flno fruit or garden land In 12th street dis trict fine water right terms If de Blrcd J M Forristall 411 1st Nat Bank bills S9lmo UNION DEPOT I TIME CARD EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910 Mountain Time DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DEPART 6 Express Tor tho East 7W am 10 To Salt Lako 91 om 12 Salt LIe Passenger 12iS lini Atlantic Limited oat 2A5 pm 4 Atlantlo Mall cant GX pm I Grand Junction Express GriJ ITJ ARRIVE S Ogden Passenger KS um rf ircl Ig 1 Limited from evat rM5 PTH I Chlcuco Ex from east 33J pm 7 Ugdun Express 30 pm 11 lx enl from Sannete 10 pm Img t b ta V Utah gt CcL Kfxpruaa 1330 ajn UNION PACIFIC R R CO TrI I NOI Eantbound I Depart rOlMall and Express I B30 am lOJKaat Mall 835 lum fclLos Angulea Limited dally12W pm iOvorla...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 2 September 1910

1 I Y THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH ITPIDA SLPTEMBEli 2 1010 t A r School Clotthes Tt r I h WE know how much the Modern Boy requires yx of a School Suit I A r r + tir A i Sb k cN No pains have been spared in bringing our Suits I isfF iX right up to the maximum of durability rfr Q I I = They are stylishly cutthe fabrics are hand 1 r r some but more than all they are thoroughly made I I at The Seams are doubled and they are reinforced r 3 at every strainable point i I I I i I f I Reefer Norfolk Blouse and Russian I styles Some of the Suits have two pairs I af j 1rC of Trousers I SUITS AT i 3 350 4 5 to 9 I Sizes 6 to 16 Years i I t I I v r h I I r y 4 I I i4V j 1 Inside one of our Good School Suits the Boy PT Crt71 f 1 t t r Bvr CB O T N can romp and play and does not have to be careful I 3 y 1 V FRED M NYE co I 2413 Washington Ave IIIL I I II jl p GiRL VTH A t I i i I r I BUTHER KN fE I I d l Starts Out to Carve Her Companions and Is Prevented Only by the Timely Arrival of Three Me...

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. — 2 September 1910

jpu 4 I JIll < IJSf t r THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 lam I peGA4p UNION LABEL G CN STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS ind Phono two ringsNo 56 Bell Phone No322 I BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone one ringNo 66 Bell Phone one rlncjJvo 56 1 a RANDOM REFERENCE I Wo sell the Hats of such noted matters aa Dunlap Hawes and Stet son Thore aro no bettor hats FRED M NYE CO L O O M Notice All members are notified to attend the regular meeting Friday evening as a report OL the convoutlon wlH be made by Bro Kohlenberg and other matters of Im portance aro to be discussed JOS CHEZ B It A JRVINB Sec Call Allen pnonca 22 for carriages for funerals and operas Private calla t opoclalty Alto prompt delivery ol baggage 412 25th Get your Union Pacific and Oregoa Short Lino tickets at tho office In tho Opera Houso Block Dont force your felt to stand in lino at tbu DepoL For SaleoJl1 mats Good to put under carpots Inquire Standard office Continued on Page Seven POPUlATiON Of GREATERNE1YO...

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. — 2 September 1910

I i r I lS THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1910 Ii I First Showing of New I Fall and Winter Clothing For weeks everybody about this establishment has been on the jump marking and arranging HIP far loads of wearables that have boon daily pouring into our store AVe have now I ready a REGULAR FEAST I of new and beautiful things in Mens Boys and Childrens wear We are specially proudof our MENS SUIT DISPLAY Wo have the best suits made by the best makers we know anything II thing about It would take miles of talk to do them justice Compare our suits with any to be had anywhere workman f ship for workmanship garment for garment thread for thread then COMPARE PRICE > Do this and you will buy your fall suit here f SATURDAY SPECIAL Extra Special in Mens and Boys Oxfords I Lot 1 300 Oxfords last all 198 t Lot 2 350 and 400 Oxfords 245 j Lot 3 450 and 500 Oxfords p 260 I I YOU CAN HELP IT YOU KNOW I New goods arriving dai I ly your inspection invitod I P THE HOUSE OF QUALI...

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. — 2 September 1910

ibs h 0 I 1 m1 II I r I I j 1 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21910 If 1 r t RANDOM i I REfERENCES i Continued from Patio Five We liavo re exclusive agency In this market for the celebrated Dunlap the Hawes Hats The best Hats that ever covered a wans bead FRED M NYE CO B G Butter Is quick to sell Dr W II Petty and family have returned from their vacation In Ida I Lo Colonel B F Bacr has returned from a visit with friends In Cache valley PEACH DAY EXCURSION via Oregon Short Line to Brigham City Utah Sept 7 roundtrip rate 75c Special train leaves Ogdon 830 a m Tickets good on all trains City Ticket Office 2511 Washington ave Jjoth phonos 372 Mr Joseph Uallantyno announces ho registration of phplls in music at his homo studio 2539 Orchard ave Those desiring convenient periods must make Immediate application In struction begins Tuesday Sept C Mrs J W Faulkner 2000 Grant avenue Is 111 with stomach trouble and neuralgia Tho Coal In hard or soft is best for winter 2001 pou...

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. — 3 September 1910

I i 2 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1910 I i SPORTS I j I BASEBALL RESULTS I AMERICAN LEAGUE 1 Standing of Clubs 1d j Philadelphia 0 SI 37 095 Boston > 72 50 590 1 + rest 06 51 567 Now York 70 51 578 Iathtngton 50 09 US Clo oluid s 52 OS 133 Chicago 46 72 SOO t Rt Louis ° G SJ 303 f NATIONAL LEAGUE Standing of Clubs Won Lost Pet Chicago eO so 0 37 084 PltUjburg 09 18 590 New York 07 CO 573 Cincinnati 02 69 512 PJiiHdelpula 01 69 306 St Lonls IS 71 101 BrcxklMi 46 72 890 Boston 13 tS 9 360 I NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati Defeats Piticburg I CINCINNATI dbin Sept 2 Cln clnmtl < rated Piinrtmr Jr an ex clung rune Ilcre todv 3 la 2 Cin 1 I i cinnati iiiilloj off a jlflo jIW In the 1 I sixth inning whoy rjbKlynu on sec 1i ond ruuj Wilson on Ursf Gibbon IiHl j 10 iloMlty Hoblitz hrown Eglin who was envurlng tlrsl retiring V11 non and Egan relayed to McMillan at second retiring Flynn ScoreR R IT E Pitlsblirg 2 7 J Clnclnnall S 2 nuttorlesWhltc Loovor and Gib I sou ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 September 1910

w j i J < i I 1Y p LET YOUR WANTS BE s Y A ° > WEATHER FORECAST I KNOWN IN THE t THE S INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE EVENING STANDARD x WEATHER WILL BE GENERAL LY FAIR TONIGHT AND TOMOR ROW r I Fortieth YearNQ 212Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 3 191016 PAGES h Entered no Second Class Matter at the Poatofflce Ogden Utah 4i 1V ± e t I I 355 y I I 1 alij 1 m I t f Ir t m t r t TR tai 4 f F a u a sa CO D6 fl t to nt S Jr f l all o i r JrJ JrJrr LG1 Ice > t eJ13 i rJ i rl X l h t oIlS I f IlS It tcl t1 I Dt co 1 Il I 5 SJ 10 geSJ1 i jj 1 1U daf f a JR t1s t tiW oi MiSERY AND DESOLATION I Floods in Japan Are Unparalled in Loss of Life Victoria B C Sept LMore than 1400 lives wero lost In the Japanese I floods according to official reports re ached by the Kaniahura Mnru yester day fn addition several hundred are reported missing and It Is believed they never will be accounted for I Arrivals by the steamer say the scenes In central Japan were of un paralleled...

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

i J THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1910 4 I I ID4t 1EUtutug aubar D Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann OUR ROADS AND GOOD ROADS Joseph Scowcroft has become an advocate of good roads since his tour of Europe in an automobile He says ho encountered less poor roadway in his 9200 miles of auto in abroad than there is poor road to be found between Ogden and Salt Lake He drove from I southern Italy through the countries of middle and western Europe and everywhere found the military roads which are the great public I highways kept in better condition than some of the streets of our cities citiesThe The Good Roads convention to be held in Ogden during fair week should obtain from Mr Scowcroft a statement of his views on I this subject and he should be placed on the list o speakers of the convention PROSPERITY FOR TEXAS W a Fenstermakor a business man of San Antonio Texas who Is registered at one of the local hotels says the South is beginning to attract a gr...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 September 1910

q u r 7T Jfff JJ tl THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1910 EAL ESTATE FOR KEAL BARGAIN CONSULT THESE COLUMNS J12500 PER LOT Your choice of two or more of 2S lots in Nevada addi tion J F Parsons Broom hotel k S23tf ALL OR any part of G acres fine fruit or garden land in 12th street dls Irlct fine water right terms If dc MIred J M ForriBUll 414 1st Nat Bank bldg Slmo UNION DEPOT TIME CARD EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910 Mountain TIme DENVER RIO GRANDE R R D lip ART GFXPleM Tor the East I 7W nm JOjTo Salt Lake 900 oro IllSall Lake Pa3Bens 1245 lIm 2Atditlo Limited east Jb5 pm 4 Atlantic Mail cael 60 pm i Grand Junction Cxproia GlJ l1 ARRIVE f Opdcn Passenger 1113 tm J linked from coat 345 pU t Chicago lx from east 330 pm j Ogden Express 360 pm I 11 Local from Sanpoto 410 pm J lfa I Utah and Cal Kxprcao 1230 nm UNION PACIFIC R R CO fi1 I oi Eantbound I Depart I OIMaIi and Express 1 SM am 10 Fast Mali 1 S33 am SlLoB Ancelcs Limited dallyJ12W Im 2Overland Limited I 230 pm I At...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 September 1910

I Q I I g THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1910 I I I OGDEN THEATRE I ONE NIGHT Thursday 9 S pt8 A BRILLIANT STAR IN A BRILLIANT PLAY i MAURICE CAMPBELL PRE SENTS HENRIETTA I cos MAN r IN THE BRILLIANT COMEDY i cANT MATRIMONY BY PERCY MACKAYE IT IS IN THIS PLAY THAT I MISS CROSMAN GOES TO THE LYCEUM THEATRE NEW YORK FOR A YEAR AND AFTER THAT TO LONDON i Box Office Opens Tuesday Sept 6th I ORP1IEJMSNEW BILL iI I I i TOMORROW NItIIIT The Orpheum has sprung Into uni versal popularity In Ogden This Is no douht due to the highclass attrac I tions being presented at the local I house The management promises another bill opening the week tomor row night equally as good as the one I Just finished Mr James Thornton one of Ameri t cas most famous humorists and song I I writers Just closing his engagement I at the Los Angeles Orphcum will ap peal Irt a series of his newest songs r and timely savings A few years I ago this favorite author of popular songs was heralded throug...

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. — 3 September 1910

is Js 1 I II THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1910 > i j peGaeak l 4UNION LABEL i Omo I I STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE Either phone one ring 66 RANDOM I RIEFERENCES i Ve sell the Hats ot such noted makers as Dunlap llawos and Stet son There arc no bettor hnts FRED M NYE CO Returning to Stanford Willard Kay Jr and Leonard Jenkins left yesterday for California where they will renew their studies at the Stan ford university Call Alien pnonco 22 for carriages for funerals and operas Prlvato calls It npeclalty Aleo prompt delivery of agag H2 25th Returned From tho Park Tho Misses Cenet Bingham Mary Pctler son Ethel Porter Etta Halvorson Prudence Quirk Lucilo and Lonora Driggs returned yesterday from a tour of Yellowstone park Get your Union PaclDc and Oregon Short Lino tickets at the office In tho Opera House Block Dont force your self to stand In lino at tho Depot Highlanders to Havo Evening The deput...

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. — 3 September 1910

rf T I 1 S THE EVENING SPANLAIlD OGDEn UTAH SATURDAY 5SrsrIBBR 3 1910 xl I OUR LOCAL BANKS ARE SOllD1 STATEMENT CALLED FOR BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT I I I REPORT Of TUE CONDITION i OF THE I OGlE SAVINGS BANK OGDEN UTAH I I At the close of business on ho first day of September 1910 I Resources Tonns and Discounts v 39075433 I Bonds Stock Etc 177065 I Real Estate 1310000 Duo from National Banks 100Q7153 Duo from Stato Banks 27 4499 217G1G52 Current Expenses 140841 Total A 130021732 I i Liabll l7loc V f Capital Stock Paid In io 7500000 Surplus 2300000 I Undivided Profits 5G19G4C Deposits f 114975080 I Total 130024732 I I I STATE OF UTAH County of Wobor SB I Charles H Barton being first du ly sworn according lo law deposes I I and says that he Is the cashier of the above named bank that the above nnd foregoing report contains a full and true and correct statement o the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the first day of Sep tember 1910 CHAS H BARTON Subscribed ...

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. — 3 September 1910

s < = > 1 1 Il n jN THE EVENING OGDEN UTAH STANDARD SATURDAY SEPTFM ER s 1910 1 J I r J t Ii 0 liJ iiiI iJ I t 11 I s j j rr J ieCi 1 J L ft 1 rd 1 r C c i I J I 2 r t tleIf If 2s 1I 47 I RANDOM EfERENd Continued from Page Five Wo have thus exclusive agency In this market for the celebrated Dunlap the Hades Flats The best Hat that ever covered n mans head FRED M NYE CO Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Elm I Church Corner Twentythird Htreot and Jefferson avenue Rev J E Bar I rlnglon pastor Sunday school at 10 a m Swedish service for the fif teenth Sunday nCtflnlty at 11 a In Luther League at 7 p in English service at S p m This will bo Mr Harringtons last service In Ogden lIe has been called by the mission board of his church to take charge of tho work In Bole Idaho Mr It W Ford announces tho regis tration of violin pupils at his studio over Ogden Music Co store Instruc tion begin Sept G For convenient periods apply at once First Church of Christ Scientist OgdenHolds service at 11 ...

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. — 3 September 1910

I ii I I Y l < I2 G 1 0 1r r r E I = = I r II J p r > j C NA J1tF t t r M j 4 4 4 v p 18 0 + 4 TL 2 = t L W v aau 2 f tc1Jl r r i r n w i O p iJ IOJr l ri t1 I r I I rr 1 tl j Proportion f FairyTale Is Good U i 1 o T C RIME 0 F U GLNESS j a Picture I rr Breeding By ELEANOR RICHARDS flJ Friezes r J i I c u I e I J air Qlfl I > > PO u o J I EDUCATIONAL IMPORTANCE 1 I OF BEAUTY IN THE HOMS I r I I Earhionious Surroundings of Tremendous Moral Value Espe = i daily in the Rearing of Children I o many people it ill rather hard TO to understand xvhv in spite of the multitude of text books now published on art and taught in the olenicntary schools there I p is still such an amazing amount of ugli I ness in the home Various foolish rea son are given such as lack of time too busy and sometimes cant afford it Those arc very easily knocked on the head by pointing out that rooms which arc a perfect marvel of hideous ness have been brought to that state by a great deal of painsfar more...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 September 1910

f I h M t J I 1 tdyI van spy t 1Ul1r l 10 10 > suar ar nce Oj + as l fTR v L2 1 rd d tl n I ban lei hilt bri 1t A gd 4cal cal b 5ns DEg AEA txifl3 txifl3i Q th Inft ft i ofTt3d Tt3d rP ire b f ttt i Orr terd tcf J tod RCNf O ing i l 1 0 jj I o JJ n n n 1 1 I Part Two J THE OGDEN STANDARD LIages9 to 16 r FORTIETH YEAR NO 212 OGDEN CITY I I UTAH SATURDAY EVENING SEP i SEPTEMBER 3 1910 I t n u PRICE FIVE CENTS II Y I ct I I Il r I r tJ k d = j1 0 r r J ni W I l 1 I d f J STIM 6 I L h 1 ft P 1 110 HIS IN I ERE ST Ifiv w 1 I I I By Daisy Rhinehart 1 j i I c j RS SYRAM M1MMS sat upon her MRS front porch and looked with dis consolate eye upon the village land scape before her By all the canons of valley housewifery she should have been canning peaches for the familys winter consumption but there arc conditions of the spirit when one docs not care whether ones family has peaches to cat or not and as Mrs Minims fam ilyconsisting of one husband had just treated her in a notably unfeeling m...

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. — 3 September 1910

w j = i j I I i L t < THE OGDEN f STANDARD qJ t < i 11fL > G Q Q Q A LANDScAPE ARCHITECTS I I I J i I II I New Vocation That Is Artistic and f Appeals to the National Feminine Loved Beauty I f v I or I I I j I I 1 LlZABETLt and her German 1 Garden have boon responsible r I for a tremendous enthusiasm for i cottage gardening nnd its disci I II plea have made barren wnRteKj i If bloom In nlmost tropical fashion and turned neglected areas into fruitful garden spot so that for a girl today not to havo her own flower garden is to argue herself quite behind the Union while her nlsters In large numbers bare turned to t bucolic pursuits nnd taken up farming I or the raising of fruits and flowers 011 a I t more or less extended scale It has opened up a new field for a girls energies nnd nffords not only n pastime but frequently a moans of livelihood should l the occasion of earning n living arise One phnse of tho hortlculturnl 1 j cris t which is tending more find more to tho beauti...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 September 1910

L 1 I J r I I l 1rIHI IE QGllEN 51r ANAd ll 1R II L I R 3ALLY PRUE I WINSt > OUTT I i I c r He regarded me with utter astonishment when I refused a bloom that he offered BY ELISE WILLIAMSON Coprrtcbt 1010 by the I eiv York herald Co All rlsbts referred AWOKE that morning with the feeling thnt some I thing delightful was nbont to happen something perfectly delightful that was just waiting around the corner until I should come out so thnt It might happen I opened the upper Inside blinds and Hooded my room with early morning light Small my room unde niably was but no longer a hall bedroom and there were personal touches upon the dresser and In the selection of pictures upon the walls that made iu think In returning to It that I was coming home As was my custom I arose at seven oclock and al lowed myself threequarters of an hour for my toilet and a half hour for breakfast this leaving me fifteen minutes time in which to walk to my work for I must bo at the shop by eightthirty sharp a...

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. — 3 September 1910

r l IIIIIIIIII Y 1 yo j I A I + c tfL i I 1 r 5 Il P ji s Clcnce 0 J f F armln 0 OJ til I I j I 0 lJI I at < L J 111 lrlsbt 1010 br Thii National Pie Chleiso i 1 1 It 1 jY I Ii 1J 1 J I t H1 I Ie 1J J4 I 1 I Answers by the Veterinarian t i Dr A S Alexander Wicoisstn Cotleya of Agrlcutturt I t I Nasal Goet I N OLD horse hag a bad discharge from I t I AN nostril and the stuff that come ayttty I not cut well has a horrible smell He doesnot i any moro and Is growing thin Wo IfdvS I given him powders but they do noSOod I I He Ias no lumps on his legs or under hs t Jaw and the stuff runs out of hiA noso freely I 1 I guess It is not glandcr for In that distas j I am told a horso has heavy discharge that I sinks in water and it slick about the uoatrll Is that soB N R Ncbiaskd I Keply It Is about rrrtaln that UKS cPn l111 on la due to the presence of a llop erl I molar looih in iho upper jaw on the s Moj j i corresponding to the discharging nostril An I examination of the mouth will soon ...

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. — 3 September 1910

1 r rte I L e iNI1EOcBDEN 51r A N I JJR IIJ t i1i j 1 1 dm t Y1 t mtl t 1t x i r t r4i r E E n 1 dt ft l u Y to 31 p 1 t S d J b 4 t 1 Irt I r t r a Ila > a i 11 a s r BY GARNET WARREN Owrlxbt le IM the Yew York Herald Co A II rlrht rorr1i OMU with mo children arid dro ni uwhJI Youll know about the Creole dinner after C Ward Hill I want you to drcum first I Want you to get the atmosphere So cum now It is languorous here and very still The sky Is vivid and there Is a swooning languor In the air W are In New Orleans and presently wo are going lo cross Canal street and go Inlo tho old French quar ter and Im going to ask you to dinner In Imagina tion But do dream first You Ice Hint old negro mammy over tinre proceeding with that majestic quivering waddle She of the suubonnul I mean and the glow Ing hlnlng face Think of her na younger She M oightocu any She Is lilng two hundred years ago She has blight colors upon her She hUR the gay squalor of Venice She jj n slave and she Is drowsin...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 September 1910

itI r I i w t r 0 rvzzr r r l e t r I r I 1r IE QGIEN51rANAJ rq m > j f 1 J I + Ifl1 I < II j ° f I I I I s d ARI5 It Q N i I 1 I A U T U M N t Mg I t I r j g II A i J I I m r t I K E E1 I t 1 I i1 1 ioj r t f > ii y I wm t t1q1 I f > l j j ERGES Cheviots and Other > J jjRoagh Materials Considered Smart for Tailored Costumes if HAT there Is nothing new un I der the sun applies more to the I T fashions in dress today thnii to I I anything in the world nnd qqual I ly true is the old saying that if n I t gown is kept for seven years it I j j s will again be in style But It will U nj I brave and patient woman who will waits m I the seven years end then wear the same gown without some marked alteration I thereto The general outlino and design of the newest models for the winter street costumes are not like tho c of so long ago I as seven years since hut they have many points in common with those of three or I four seasons past The favorite shirt waist model at the I I mome...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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