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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 27 November 1910

J Vii i a S ya I I I tiS A t I 1r rE GEN51rANA = e 11 II mot ° s NEW YORK HoMes aid AUNT JJ I i II J1 II ITfHES E Posse iJ Wthe Great Pot 1 y edgment So Long t U The Poe Cottage as It Is BY BURTON T BEACH CopjTlcbt 1010 br the Now York Herald Co All rlubti roscrvrt DGAR ALLAN FOGS principal homes and m haunts In New York city sonio of which are u L U well within tho unbroken knowledge of per sons now living In Fordham have K new in terest In the light of the belated confession of his countrymen that he is entitled to ono of the proudest pedestals In the American Hall of Fame None of his three white stones of existence birth marriage and denthw8s quarried or graven In the y region that once echoed and reechoed with the foot falls of Governor Peter Stnyvcsanr It was In Bos 11 ton on January 19 1800 that he lirst saw the light 1lb that was to go out for his material nature on October eta 7 1S19 In tho hospital at Baltimore It was in Rich mond that he wedded In 1S35 Virginia Clernm only...

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. — 27 November 1910

v L a i Fl J I 1 o d I I t 1 I a J r 1r lHI IE OGE5TANDAD r j f J 11 1I lr 1 BDtrL H A M I D5 DINNER 10 fk K LAR fAR G t I CO J w i l 7STORY of the Sultans Royal Hospitalityand of 1he Grists Precipitated by an American i Tiger I or the Fourth Cheer That Was Misunderstood t I f I t I I t By Rear Admiral Charles D Sigsbce U S N I iCopjrlsbt 1010 by the New York Reid Co AU debts rervfd1 T the time of which I write the Into Sultan of the Ottoman Empire Abdul Hamld II had 1 0 I reigned ten years Apparently he was then well liked by those Americans who crime under his personal Influence To some of them he had shown conspicuous courtesy l Twentythreo years afterward In April 1009 he t I I was forcibly dethroned by his own subjects and with public accusations of shocking misrule Perhaps the interest that attaches to his fateful history may lend I something to my story of his royal hospitality to the 1 personnel of the older ICe arsarge at Constantinople In the case In point the Sultan went ...

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. — 27 November 1910

p lt ff I0dl b S rMm atsl ledw2 joi5 tssrfjS NfC 1J I l ic t heJ 5 I nW3 1t sflW aad vi loubt IP W0 Ul 5 3tt IDeo 5 lJ lib in alarlrf J ell 1 to cat 15 Q i II IIOll iord ord ordt 1 rce rceo 1 I < 01 e1t or Itc 11111dt j f lbt tbf3 11 tLtnil 1 eS nil d5jnu u b M J sc4 Julwe tJJJ e rls Jicd ntIffJ i tb t I rle ttv V 11gbI W IIPQ 1 111111 < tr e i J 1 i < Jill irg r < t < > i Ii THL MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27 1910 15 MqgScks and Markets I WALL STREET STill nmn Market Has Not Fully Recovered From the Thanksgiving Holiday NEW YORK Nov Grhe days cvcnU brought nothing to stimulate interest In tho stork iimrkit which was In a sleepy Ktnte Tho deslro on the part of mnny brokers to extend the Thanksgiving holldny over the end of tho week was responsible In purl for tho Intense dullness A small frac tion marked tho extreme vibration for some of the most active slocks The banking and larger financial Interests seemed content to lot the speculation He fallow...

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. — 27 November 1910

4 TR Hi rl IJ fT i X t d 1 I 111 J I I f I asec + mr TIT IE CGIEN STANDA e 1 I r = = = v j G A R I 5 f l 1 S H IONS 1 f r y f o i l1MBROIDERED and Beaded Textures Conspicuous iJ in the NeestDinner Gowns 1 3 l Ji j r J osrrdr r r ra + + Rtwa PCJC lriitrNyiS 1 rtnJl3ySL r 1 JEront of Orange Colored Gown II I Photo Copyright 1010 loy BcuUbrtr I i 2zcluslro Cojijrlcht lUlU Now lirb 1 1 herald N W MRS A T ASHMOPE i I VEN1NG gowns are nil imi > ortant I I t at this time of year nnd every r week sees new models exhibited t most of them quite unlike the I styles that have boon accepted sin II the very latest fashions At fir t It 1 jtLls uecnih sumcw lint disheartening not I II lonly to t e woman of limited means but t I quite as much to the woman who han or I 1 I dered without counting the cost but u i II careful consideration of the subject dis I closes the fact that these latest gowns do I III I not make the others stem out of date but I i I II aro In ihcrnselvcs just the I l very htos...

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. — 4 December 1910

A 1 I eS 1 r5 I IQ I licq cq h8 1K t n4 l J I 15M 7 1 if2te 2te ifI t a1 A 741l fir 1 r 1 a 1t a id iVj 1 a cw r + it t1x 7 f bit rl F 4ird ikd ttl1ErN 6 tttt C pgi o ltat i trod at10 d ao > s hnd lr ire bJ f tar o Ot S R COQ 81 us Ij i ws is at ana l IP m Iln J r 1 1F n hl1a ji u c 1C V s FULL ASSOCIATED THE BEST PRESS DISPACHES 1 tt ADVERTISING MEDIUM AND OTHER SPECIAL IN THE NEWS FEATURES STATE OF UTAH f And Successors to THE DAILY MORNING EXAMINER Q 1 T VOL VIINO 325 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 4 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH c COMM SS O C NfRR 1 G JnH THE REBELS While Peace Conference Goes On Trqops Depart to Battle With Insuncctos CARRY AN ULTIMATUM t INSTEAD OF OLIVE BRANOH Story of the Defeat of Govern ment Troops by the Reyo lutionists + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Firearms Instead of Olive + Branch + + CHIHUAHUA Dec 3 + + While the peace commission + + was conferring with the roVO + + lutionists along the railroad 4 + lino today SOO troops under + + General Navar...

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. — 4 December 1910

r r > r t 1 I i 1 f t fW r > < I dull 3 0 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 4 1910 1111 j liSPORTIN6 NWS 0 I I I I OAKLAND RESTS I t OAKLAND Cal Dec 3Roy Jun I Jor coupled with Melton Dale as fa l vorite proved an oaay winner of the k Crocker Soiling stakes at Emuryvlllo I today Tho race was run over a slop 1 py track and shower weather pro 1 called Rubla Grande set the early t pace but Roy Junior took command when roady and romped homo In front II of Servlconce First race futurity course Father i Stafford 5 to 1 won David Warfleld I s 25 to 1 second Bitter Sir 5 to 1 I > third Time 11116 I Second race five and a half fur I + longs ThlBtlo Bello 1 to 5 won On I I Parole 9 to 20 second Dargln 4 to t I 1 third Tlmu 107 25 j I Third raco sis furlongsEnfield t to 1 won Coppertown 11 to C sec I I I I ond Jim Gaffney 20 to 1 third I Time 127 25 I Fourth race mile Crocker stakes Roy Junior 11 to 5 won Severlcenco I I 13 to 5 second Black Mate G to 1 I third Time I...

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. — 4 December 1910

3 j I I I I r t r e I M J a 11 Ii 7 7 oI o Jor o yo < r T < I > < r THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 4 1910 3 f PROMINENT ODD FEllOW SAVE 1 ROM GAIARRM9 ClH1otj BV EcRUm JA S > S 3 Mr Gcorgc Illl Member of the Noble Grand Lodge Nori351ndcpcnacntXl Illlw Order Odd Fellows Glcncoc Ontario < w A Neglected Cough Dangerous Catarrh Followed I have been using Peruna for some time for a cough and catarrh of tho throat with very satisfactory results Having neglected the cough catarrh developed and my physicians said I was threatened with catarrh of tho stomach My breath was very offensive and I was troubled with nausea Less than two bottles of Poruna cured meIR GEORGE PAR S ROTT Had Dyopcpcla 25 Years Mr Sidney Weasels Mcrrltton Ont Canada writes J havo been troubled with dyspep sia and Indigestion for twenty years during which tlmo I tried different doctors I have been compelled for weeks at a time to fJvo tip work being completely prostrated I had to con fi...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 December 1910

IE Ij i y T < rw G t TT a r bl I j THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 4 1910 1Lwittng tattbar An Independent Newspaper ESTABLISHED 1902 I PUBLISHED EVER DAY IN THE YEAR BY WILLIAM GLASMANN TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN arTY < Dally Kvory Day 1 Year5500 Dally Every Day 3 Months 5150 Dally Every Day G lo 1l1Ji300 Suilday Only 1 Year 5200 1 In Ogdon City by carrier ail cents per month I For information concerning cit y subscriptions telephone to the city circulation department Doth Phones fi < 5 I I k WEATHER FORECAST j UTAH Rain or snow Sunday Monday fair i CONSIDERS WAR SAFER THAN GOT AM I 1 1 rf 4 Admiral Fighting Bobs Evans who has always thrived on I f risks and dangers declares that he would rather take his chances I I on a manofwar in battle than to live in New York He considers r f war safer than Gotham More people arc killed there by autos alone I every week than our navy lost during the war with Spain he re marks Anyone who go...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 December 1910

t j t 1 I h I r I < I adw 1 J OU rs < 1 1t i t iDgl If i 1 S1111 i ORA ae ti 1ILi e outfc L Ok iip Lyn4s n4s elt ii ltur 1 LES NO Di YSZI t hkf god rid wfiflj M Sfi gfoa ril a tldib i Jl ghUt I 1i > p1I L I1i1lJ e 1ti x iat rdh i h I1 Cb l rides tli lie CI nC kgEttrf itd Th e mt ing cn1Qrc d J IkbedV LV b tht t Jtr c sbO 1 tbt 1g J J I I iOR ro L I i A 1 ss r l M r g Ji iJ r I f i fiteftfriiftft > fiteftfriiftftv c > v r x JI I r THIS MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 4 1910 0 r > 9l I t > < l < J t = Z1 T1J NEVER MIND ABOUT READING ADS TODAY I I ITS SUNDAY P I TOGGERY AND ROYCROFT STORIES v I l h < i 4 I H i iI I J STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOni Boll Phono No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE Either aKne one ring 55 RANDOM REfERENES Ministers to Meet Tho Ministerial Association will meet promtly Mon day morning at 0 oclock In the study of Rev Fisher Tho members of tho nssoclation aro urged to bear tho date and liino of meeting ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 December 1910

L j 4 j r idl1 I eysf v r < It r THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 4 1910 < = h FW u 1 If I t At IheDGDEN THEATER I Wednesday r December 7 1 j1 AMERICA S FAVORITE Thc Greatest of Commedlennec and 4f I b Prima Donnas DAINTY max k S Grace Cameron 1 In C H Kerrc Great Master Piece I S4 fcE I I Nancy ii y kr r A Soul Stirring Play A Beauti a r ful Story of Home Life Full of Pathos and Comedy With Special cr p fy r I Musical Numbers y yy v a 4 e y I You Will Laugh You Will Scream You Will Roar and Then Some QQ 99 Scene from wNamey i 4l r SOME You SHE OF An HAS THE STARRED Know ATTRACTIONS IN Her G HI C E C A M E ri r 0 r j j Henry W Savage Grand Opera r Whitneys Piff Paff Pouff ft The Bostonians In Robin Hood A r l + fl I r The Tenderfoot C 0 M P A M Y Johnny Foxy Qulllcr Comes Marching Home < r I c Souoas Famous Band t u And Dolly Many Dimples Others Ogden Theater 9 Wed HecQ r 1hl Seat Monday 1tC o l1l1o r Entire Production Carried by Company PriCeSII1E11J175c 5fJ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 December 1910

I C kt I k a 1 1 4 eu Ft cz czt t m T13 t GDJ tt 1 5 t I I IL I 4 It n I III1 f ft I 4k 1I t I I I I J J r 1 r < I I 1 vJ V W H WRIGHT SONS CO OGDEN UTAH TOYLAND TOYLAND W H WRIGHT gc SpNS If COf OGDEN UTAH 1 I t Select YTLLir Toys 1foday Delays Cause Disappointments t 1 t Christmas NUTS mixed AND CANDIES This list does not tell half of the storyIf there is lny special toy you want and dont see TOILET SETS 3 I candies in c ll the sugar it hereask about it creams or the lund kinds also date us Sensible inexpensive sets of manicure l 5 cohered crcuins orange and lemon Make selections now while every line is complete while every toy is fresh and new brush and comb and sanitary hair sots 2 I slices gum drops chocolates and n while the wrapping department can give the best serviceKnow the 17TD in which the artuloH are of superior < T11J1P9 1It These great variety of W R IGHTS9 quality 1CSC art ofiVricl in Infants ty pieces per lbjL5 satisfaction of having the goods in the house lon...

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. — 4 December 1910

q iu11 J f f s THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 4 1910 e r I I ERDOM I j REFERENCES I J r I Continued from Paso Five I I 1 J 1 Cyril Loveland of Pocatello Is spend s I lint Sunday with Ogden friends j J D OConnell of Spring Valley was a visitor In the city yesterday J A Gallagher and wife of Ely are f tho guests of Ogdon relatives and friends I Skate at the Auditorium each after noon and evening Admission lOc Rkatofl 160 TuoaJays ladles will bu admitted area M S Holtman was a visitor In tho city yesterday from Yost Utah f C 13 Boot and wife of Reno arrived In tho city yesterday for a visit with frlcndc i I TV M Parsons and family are the Guests of friends In Ogden They I reside In Pocatello For sale cheap new 5ro6m modorn bungalow cottage Only live blocks from FIrat National Bank corner Good cellar three closets pantry and bath I i Inquire Bell phono 700Y I II George Hlgby tho prominent sheep owner of Hooper was in the city yes tonlaj 1 ti JCSBO Jensen and Ray Christe...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 December 1910

r 1 y a ltd t t d tl l Ip ttL M I F it 1C d afft ate ddt WF t i r 4 a r I r s r hE9 > alL6 tt IP f i W Itl 4S fat 10 BU t Fd Iy trd Isr rf tE d6 yi31 rte rl N Y I e S ea e l r ti j tI4F 0I J l1nlf M i1i t9 tI Til wax 1rX1 i < Part Two I THE MORNING STANDARD I Pages 9 to 16 I 70L VIINO 325 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 4 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH > J J r u I l I L h L 1 l 0 ai1T y f J 01 < 1 I P A L U f J 9Jy Joseph l heler = HE cleric speaking with great distinctness fin T ished the reading of the bill and then a deep hum of interest ran through the House No other measure offered during the session had excited half as much interest as this proposal of Mr Moore to regulate the schools of the State ac cording to a new system drastic nay revolutionary in Us character The question was already a sore one A committee after a long examination had made a severe report upon existing methods stating unanimously that the schools were antiquated and decidedly inferior lo those of o...

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. — 4 December 1910

r < 0 7 ti < t < < 1 L j 4 fr I 11 j jl t i I I N I 1 1 l 0 JL l 01 t f Ii I NJlO lAJ I r cry GE I r t I I I C < LIEdLS1IDT 4Dd I t O r + t 4 N i t I I j 1 Womens v 7 Charles s I i I j Home omens TH E 1 ID czJ9Iw INT E R Ii AT Dwyer h i i Page By HELEN FALCO Editor I i if II I r i 4 11 i RUSSIAN I f II i TURBANS 1I I t J f I 1 I i More Popular than Ever i Li 1 1 this SeasonFur Trim t1 1 mings Used Great Deal 1 J j 1 Ii F one can say with accuracy that I j IP there Is any dominant now at all r I I I In tho millinery styles for this i rt I winter this note is the Russian K t I anything It will he more popular even I I II than it was last season Turbans f I I there aro on every hand some of them I f look at a distance like tho headgear j I r of the marauding Cossack somo like it i I a Hussars shako i But to ho precise it is hardly cor it I rect to talk of a dominant note For the principal feature of the winter i I i i hats Is that a clever woman can wear j I almost any s...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 December 1910

l 1 Ff 4h 1 JC A Otdr Jt lli I r a It arc arci ThtJf tvay rC r ue1 1 it tUI A tfu 100 ci cb3wi Jtaa L tsir9 15 ltd urI l t nl la 1M cl ea r te rr F ilhcf6 Ip f 1 ioil Hii cl1 1 lliffi cl m z n rlt i1i iI i oiii rut trt slyW J J 9 rtjll Wt 9l = ruct elf b tl t h nj ii Hillir Iellr ori 1lDiiI rt4tli 1Isj lesIlj d U1V1 It if fUr 11 lri TAN IIi ID Ii if r4ti mm i Its 1i eiii1 tM1 t1 bA t > o 1tM l m p t rU 1 i tJ1f 41 1 Jf 1 t fJ1 tfiJ If 1 n Q it i1 rt1 I Irr t i 0 dl1lS 11ts hOtSl a rJJJ 1ha11 l1Cf bP tpf Yitld d e1T tI tJt1 nt u CI f ctL rOli C I e 1 ouJ J 9 11 4r e 1 J fJ atl a1t Ot 13iS Otrf 1 1jr D rf 1 t 1rSt tJ Ifi mttitj Jtk 1 1 e of c ed a t s 111A o gs r I I p ress 4i c O l ii Jl rl l < ar if j III i I r 1 e r r I h r u w h I I 1 1 I Ii t q L71 I I L WHY THE ALOOFNESS Of NEW YOKK V 1 LI f I y Observant Provincial Speaking for Millions of I r Others Tells How They Regard the Metropolis r t 41so How the Metropolis Views Yap Who After All Has aBig Advantage I Mrs Josiah So...

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. — 4 December 1910

J u i < ly jJL Ii r y P f F1 fl I J I I I i i A t i M I I i f i r 1 I i t i L L c i T 1 y i j 0 R KIN METAL 0 R i A c r I y ti1r t i t 1 I FASHIONABLE EM PLOY ME N T s r L y 1 1 I i t I 1 1 f 1 111 n + I i HEN the novice In metal work I I ing onco tastci tlio joy of I f WHEN constructing some ar E i tistic hit of siiversirithy then i from that tlmo forward the nt l I traction of the shop made ar I I ii t c ticle for her Is forever gone Then too i she begins to appreciate the value of be i i coming more nnd more familiar with the J I 1 beat motions employed by expert crafts 0 men I I 0 1 i She will sec new beauties in hand t i Ir i wrought oilvcr and gold nnd will delve II I JIII f with all tho strength of her new born 1 I enthusiasm Into the fascinating study of J tl ii the work rf the ancient craftsmen and I J + will sec with what small and simple 11 equipment they turned out articles of rare I Ii workmanship and exquisite design Take i the rich silver flagons nnd other similar ...

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. — 4 December 1910

I z 1p R al tl k t E7N t L + 1 r i L Ii tl hrl 1 r at I Iced IcedG lti f ar q4 11t 1 t Tii zct f4e e1 1 1hr hr xL aai I i l let IC I i t4 i l rI t r r 1 J r ps I 1 r to yy r t 1 cst t I G rim ALE a rs ad IJit thr1 1 i i 1 i y II 1 I t t4 A rF r 7 < f i t r tt r iTI 11 r V fROM BEDOUINS BY A COWBOY itr I Ii rE Story of an Adventure in the edred Desert o j Which Begins In Treachery and Ends in the Dis j i covery of Treasure MONG the adventurers who roam tho m earth sword rifle or prospectors bam mer in hand Alan do Grnclo Markham t Is known its one of the men of widest experi ence He watt born in Plncontia Day New foundland and educated in Dublin leaving college to Join Sir Evelyn Woods expedition against the Zulus nnd receiving among other wounds a stab from nn nssogni which peeled the flesh from his forehead leaving peculiar white line nil the way across just above his eyebrows that caused him to be nicknamed among his fellow adventurers Horizontal t Markham Ho was the military o...

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. — 4 December 1910

1 i I r I I II It I 7 1 I II I i > > I II > j Y J I z J > f fJ r 1 I J j I L 41 I t I i 1 I 1I I i c i I r I I j r1 HA N GIN G r r R OM A r 6 G ETTETO f9 AGI Tn l i EING the Story of One Woman Who Bent on r fjJ Procuring Suffrage for Her Sex Tackles the Mili tant Process and Becomes a Backslider I I I I I I 1 CopjTlclit 1810 by tbo Meta York Herald Co AH rlchla rtNrTCd HEN I nm nsked how I came to adopt the i I r I WHEN of woman suffrage I Invariably an swer I k swerWhy I was born n suffraglat And that I I I I Is literally the truth Mother father aunts i l i uncles and even more distant relatives had adopted I J the cause long before I came Into their sphere of ii action My two brothers equallywllh me listened to i l t and imbibed the doctrine of Uie vote for women and as a matter of course we three became suffragists I I Despite this fact we were on the whole n conservative f I I I I I t I votive family We were suffragists with the gist i I I as It Is accepted in popula...

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. — 4 December 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 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 4 December 1910

i I f r 1 ift1 Pink Voile ucsoic Gown I I t J I Pbo o CopjTTihi 1010 br H ulunrT I t I 1 I I Eiclumo Copyright 101U New York I BY MRS A T ASHMORE i HAT to include in the winter t outfit is a serious question in i r W these days when dres plnys I so Important a part in life No i woman cores to invest too ex I travagantly and rashly in gtiwna i < f AS eccentric as those that fashion has for tile moment advocated At the same time I i If n woman is to take a prominent f < Ii 1r I tion socially It is most requisite she be I I well gowned There can be no denying that to be well gowned gives a quiet as I I surance and independence that arc hard to define i I There arc so many different gowns requisite I I quisite nov in 11 complete outfit that It s best to choose most carefully in order to select only what will bo satisfactory The street costume is all important and not only one but two and three and four i For the practical serviceable every day I I morning street gown there arc sev...

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