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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910
m I vv OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 26 1910 7 j IOU1 It J S if C 10 l j j 1 P I a d 1 liYl w SJ m ldI i c4 c4B aiJ I RIP I tia t1f 3n WiI 7fi I ffili tJ i fi4t 1 Ill jjrE I r J iJ 1 r tffl it 1j 1jI 3 r 1 2 Co I Q II 1 y t OGDEN THEATRE tJMOnday Evening December 26 And Special Xmas Matinee JAKOBOWSKIS FAMOUS OOMIO OPERA f I EBMINIE if il l RETURN ENGAGEMENT 0 H S ALUMNI OPERA CO The opera was a most finishel production nothing of the cheap and amateurish Logan Republican The fresh voices full of l young life and vigor proved a pleasing contrast to those usually heard in road companies Ogden Standard Better than most professional companies Deseret News 62PEOPLE62 ENLARGED ORCHESTRA PRICESMatinee 26c and 50c Evening 25c 50c 75c 100 U RANDOM REfERENCfS Continued from Page Five James A Chrletmanhas returned to liia home at Green River Wyo after a visit at the homo of his wlfo8 par ents Dr and Mrs P A Cook His wife will remaIn in the city until after New Years Mrs II...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910
1 I I r iflorning amfttti SUNDAY DECEMBER 25 1910 PAGE EIGHT < gben k ir or p I 1 CI = t BUICK wIU I f AUTOMOBilE BARGAINS UUIIU I This is the month to buy an automobile if you want to save t money moneyWe k J We have the following cars in stock which we will sell at r cost 1 Buick Model 17 1 Buick Model 10 Toy Tonneau I 1 Buick Model 10 Surrey r It will pay you to investigate this offer at once SfCOND HAND CARS K We have a number of cars that have been taken in ex change on new cars which we must sell at once Good cars THAT WILL RUN from 7500 and up Good bargains for those who call at once IEt T INTERMOUNT MOTOR CAR CO 2212 Washington Ave OGDEN UTAH l > NOTICE TOREDERS Hereafter the late local news will be found on pages 6 and 7 V 00 COTTON BILLS UDWfi CASES New York Dec 24A decision of potential farreaching effect in tho cotton bills of lading cases rendered hero by Supreme Court Justice New berger 1s being actively and animated ly discussed today among the largo In p terest...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910
t i art Two I THE MORNING EXAMINER I Pages 9 to ioj VOL VH NO 356 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 26 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTE I r a 0 1 t aj + t s ids IlInll e dID 0 s y Ent i otI 1 r 1 x IlP b n 1 Rd lhrirj tl s B an I 1 1 i 1V5 j 5OCtJj 10G i t 4 paw c V Pfu e l y 1r 1i I ffi ffiJ 1 J IQs t I stjn Dcali1 r of ft tl S sia oj lcfJ ty so lf ur I graD tD tl os this lubSl f rREE JTI E f fL 0 s Ihrs 0e tl ty tl afjt Icfr th 1 ftlt e Id ukt Si yfjf fr 4Jjd 1Lt os1 j r t37 JJI hJitl J mlc d 11 as IJ n2 a r e J 1 rc9l1t iA the L A11 t It f the1 it1 Q tfc tr t to t II1 d Ie rt Iede tie 0 sure ce thII R tdt t m flo il ft I tb1I Oagh ii t IS t1ME f Arc S Q OjOr + tlD 2pC I Ii 1 ii 7 r T u 1 > 1i I I 7 < 11 i itZIESf I MAJOWBURNHAMSWpCA4 s l II r fiGHTS R ITISti SOUTHAFR1CA r C P T IF R I T l D U Q Uf NE HIS 1ltnericar sJcr killed the great f tt and terrible Matabclc God L4 Mlimo thereby ending a bloody f t war An Empire I i was the British Empire when it t 14 b imiiji 1 found itself hum...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910
r N I I r C i p K I h 11 I I t LE G P 1 IL I 5 < Pm 1 j I I L m + 0 0 CJ4A LLJJ1b SxT R > < < 0 a I eo Y + v 1 j kKAA I j A FORBIDDEN CHRISTMAS I r r 7 t i > G 1Y rr By MARY HASTINGS f i C 4i4LJ j I J f q i i I Ii the third Umo tho girl moved FOR spinning wheel tllt I am too far from the lire 1 freeze > and It I am too near the fire I cook she laughingly complained let ting her wheel whirl again It 13 a bitter night her old uncle agreed from his corner or the settle on the other aide of the cobbled chimney = plnce ot rough Btonca and mortar whoro the great logs wore blazing merrily Young Wcatcott on the settle beside him said nothing at all but his eyes followed her every movement with a sort of reluctant fascination Thor had been following her ever since her arrival In tho Massachusetts colony six months before Ho had never seen such a girl nor dreamed of such bright bewilderment of beauty Something In the silence perhaps something In Wcstcotts oyes which rested o...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910
I s A i t I rI t t hz UI1 tpLi1 as LfLtz 1 tty 1 1J Al 1Er it1I1 Je1 tccaN t m e et lit IU liftj l O7n t Qt rt i ihrt t 11 rt1J bs er i i ltt s7J i Iac fcip 1 I Ct l Ogr It t mIg tai 4 e rte yc nh ltsl P fl lid J4ac elL I J Jt t I bcrr i u 8 sla Ili 11 irrf cD hgr t > ar j l 1 b bL f fu ty htnri = t rt r itrrks cl1ri f toccart tail r 7 ltc c u6 ail r LhNF rl it ustr i a5 Dttlo7 IqQ s ad a ba bafa at ts ft uttr 5 l 1tl1tI fLCtyJ tuiiifdl j tea ii icibtr Itwfs l MlterfJ i re b j tarp i J f I b1 1ttom t t1i b ere rt1J r ut i I1J i f 6h j htf Ul cftl I cE f tt t 0 Ii WHiM I J lflyjt tt It tt3I1T f 3I1T 1 fd J j i t twit d po I imil i rduI j I JJ 1 1 < I I c t I Ij it r i ji l f Fr ito cJJj j ifJ i t lif i D fr ka ° r + tl f ils j e of s 1 fx ag ° sl t9 t 1 11Ix i y mJf 1 IF 1r 1rr ss 1 m I II I I I 1 I I I i I i V 11 V o I I I V 1 j7 IT I 1 f 4 I J rI1 A PGE MISSES yMAKT rRoci FOR THE J WINTLK I I r e i j fF c J P 0 RT S I ROM all present Indications of the C weather man this f &l...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910
J < II L = LA < f r j 0 itJL I L L e e i < < e 1 I A 3fRHt STCY PILOT fO LUMBERJACKS i l11RE a Missionary Mast Be Ftrst a Man Afterward a Preacher Higgins Has a Congregation of 30000 In 250 Camps I f Q a t v fi 11 T Th rt Y p j > Jr t i J P r if I The Sky Pilot His Church and His Audience 4 1 j Copyright 1910 by A A Richardson I i I R V7 JO WfI rr 5W gwn I JIt tJ J rlf > o71r t tRI mtt f I ASTOR of the Parish of the Pines is the I Rev ITanois JE Hlggliia an evangel who > ministers to the spiritual and often the temporal wants of n congregation of 30000 and yet has no church He is the original of Norman Duncans stories of tho Northwest His followers ore lumberjacks and his parish comprises the vast timber lands of the North west which he transverses with a dog drawn sledge How he preaches in the language of the woods and how ho practises muscular Christianity are told here tCopjrieht mi bjt tbo Sow YorL Herald Co All rlchl n > nojl Jj FI were getting icady for...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910
1 i 41L V1b4 ly bl I iii Ref tlkJ tlyti irr kl kKaR el t s rt y L n 0 ilk PIm h as I tt i + hlt ttP1 rtfup 4 1hh tfla tits Fs tut k r muih 6yA i td nt i r lW tell I W tb le i i M r x I j t It it f I j i iI i i i 1 i J I i i fN rr rrd t1 to Ifd I b If tat Ii II i I t t r 5 e e e 1 i L d 1 2 Ce SPY WHO WAS llvAilrLD IN i IDE THLL T N E5 OW Captain Newbury Saved the Life of a Help ii less Wounded Comrade and Won a Union Commission I I mission i HIS remarkable story Is supplied by Gen T eral J Madison Drake historian of tho Army and Navy Medal of Honor Legion U S A niul has boon taken by him from the records under his care Captain Edward S E Newbury the hero of the tnlo Is now living In Elizabeth N J halo and hearty bearing no marks of the terrible experience through which ho passed early in tho civil war Soon after the incident here set forth Newbury captured n desert from tho F Union lines ns he was about to Join the Con I federates This man was the first Union soldier i to suffer dea...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910
1Y JI < II 1 L C rd 0 f ft I = < 4 II rl e r I I ih = = r R fA eLlS HER fO r TUN Ioo 1f 74 HO M LLYl m 40 a 1 A MB l M9n BK 4V In Many Pursuits Woman Demonstrates the Com mercial Value of a Snub Nose Crossed Eyes or a StringyNeck eoolncao imp b r the New Torb Herald Oo AU rlcbU oerna HESE are the days of beauty parlors face massage transformations puffs curls T courses f feature flaying flesh food acquired figures paraffin In your checks operations on your double chin and the thousand and one aids to beauty Man pads his shoulders and manicures In the per severing attempt to emulate Apollo Womans pur suit of beauty began with time and will end only with eternity North and South and East and West of this broad country are equally Intent upon the same un alterable objectpink cheeks and ft shape The publication however In a New York paper recently I cently would seem to suggest another point of view It ran WantedAn experienced girl for general housework must be homely no pretty gi...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910
ft i 1 L < i 1 1e e Th A t7 r s s e s 1 m HERE Fs one place at least in which the fortunato girl reigns 1 supreme arid that is in her own summer bungalow There IIho is sole mistress besides chief cook y and bottle washer mid there she follows absolutely tho dictate > 4 of her own fancy In such a place she line n power and nn Indoiwndcnce similar to that of her married friends There moreover she learns In the way of amusement the t fundamental principles of housekeeping r which are likely to ho of inestimable benefit to her + Several girls whose parents have coun I try estates have induced them to build 1 email bungalows for their use in which i they may spend a part of their summer 1 and where they may have also tho priv ilege to follow closely whatever specialty c r appeals to their lars An added advan I 4 tage is that they are nblc to entertain their friends with the spirit of harmless freedom that is sometimes impossible un i der the constraint and formality of the parental...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910
ii H < 0 n J l J 1 0 R1 I > k it t T < n r 1 LATESI PARIS FASHION W flELVET Satin and Cloth Costumes in Varied Coloring t BY MRS A T ASHMORE I lIE number of street gowns that I arc required for the winter sea T who takes my son by the woman I prominent position in the social world is this season more than I over discouraging to the woman I herself who unless she bo posscssed of a positive mania for clothes hates to spend I so much lime at her dressmakers But Fashion demands a variety of dress and i her demands must be complied with and at this time of year when it might have been thought the clothes question was virtually settled as many orders arc being i given for thu additional street gowns as though the senson wero not yet begun The velvet costume so marked a feat ure of this winters styles continues to I Y T I t Black Vect andCloth Costume r Photo TDopyrigfir ion by Ifentllnifir I EulnalO CopjrlghfeJOIO No r STorUacrald I nine ana Black Goira with relvct trlmCllnP r th...