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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 23 October 1910

1 r Part Two 1 T IE MORNING STANDARD Pages 9 to 12 1 Ir VOL VIINO 283 OGDEN UTAHSUNDAY OCTOBER 23 1910 PRICE 05 CENTS PER MONTH < < tl r 5t It ItD r R U 5 1 D t R t T 0 0e le ieck said po soc ease lice Mrs so d soHQ HQ < jiarl = so evcl nger nves the dist a W lT i 1 1 1 Bi > irs 01 i B3 ter oE ly in lams cenly when iron wan d twccai rGP 1 bolds after wth eaten efrcsJ i 1 paivt q the > i r Dd 8T race J ace 01 oyants jj > 2dluG vcll as you 3 hctlif ° r she iF1 id I i + J bo thO e ever 3 luded loom 2 JT R 01 N TI1EJ C Li I l V 7ccSA v 7 c I e cJOCIETY JUVENILE CHARACTER BALL Among tho merriest of the parties planned for Halloween Is a juvenile character ball to be given by the Fourth Ward Primary association in tho Fourth Ward Amusement Hall on Monday night Many unique and beautiful costumes are being arranged and a largo gathering of children parents and friends Is expected and desired All arc welcome SHAKESPEAREAN EVENING t Tall men and pretty girls will pose as Sha...

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. — 23 October 1910

Z c rJ i J I I 7 = h j 1 o > I l r r I Jr r j a 1 10 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 23 1010 t M = TL > = > 1 i 11 t i i I 11J i J H I fit I j jj a c I i pin s 1 dC dCw W t t nle I t IeC p 1 Iedl i dl e dll l tl t e I sf r I 4 b CIt t t 11w i c I i 1 Af7 1 tt r EverybodyfEverywhere I I f t o Approved By Everybody Everywhere I t t p p i pe THEY ARE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL I l l S t i J ro THEY BURN THE LEAST FUEL I I I Ij j 0 THEY ARE THE MOST CONVENIENT I 1 tt I y it THEY LAST LONGEST I i f n d fn THEY ARE MALLEABLE STEEL OR CAST Y l THEY ARE THE STANDARD IN STOVEDOM I i 1 k I r ii 1 I j tJ I tJi I 4 i SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY i fIIIII te I V ± SIDNEY STEVENS IIMPLEMENT CO F l t OGDEN UTAH lJ Ir i f ss saftu JOo 1 h aa 7I I + i STlIo1NT It j a ARE CRAZY I a QI I 0 I I Seattle Wash Oct ZTwo hun X j dreg students of the University of i J I Washington who had been participat of i ing in a nightshirt parade In an I 0 I I ticipation of todays Washington It F Il Whitman foot...

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. — 23 October 1910

I 0j rlalt word rile E o0 itala n l4 aa that ley th slob cos Ala day f tl 0lo lo loar ar da lIA I tl arB err IIn era the i ad nr l Isfl fl fla 6 hit old r os a his S o I a I J a i a l iI LSJ A LSJI i IIIi ti 1 I IFA 4V JIln t Jl L j 41 n 1 t mp j irr 1I IIIfo < I J > i 10 < > 1r 0 y = Ii o t > > E tDT 4 0 d a eo J = CftA L ELS l YE + I a 4JIII 4 FEMiNINE HEALTH q II THE LAWS OF f I i E o a Poo I b a By v 1 4IiIII 0 t MARY EASTWOOD ELNEVEILS ME o F 4 rho 1 d o a n IT n > H 0 < CjrJ Disgrace to be Sick Says Dctr Education Is Physiological Laws and Proper Use of Body Would Insure HealthThe Importance of Good Digestion Pflr III necessity for general physio T logical living which means tho prevention of dlseaso has been clearly Indicated in the preced ing papers upon this subject A do T Mlcg Annette Kellerman Conceded toBe tho Most Beautifully Developed Woman In America Sayo Anybody Can Attain tho Same Perfection of Body parturo from normal conditions may affect w...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 23 October 1910

r I p = = 2 lr + a i1 I 1 i 11 H H to j I l I < L l i r I T tH + G ID rE 1 STADA1FD it = j r 1 illl I II1ROM HUMAN HEAD tb HUMAN H E AD J Ii I HIli I l goIJ TII HE Story of the Making of Womans Crowning Beauty and a Light on the Subject 11 Whence Conies the i lit J False Hair Worn So Generally by American Women I I I Copjrlcbt 1010 l > j the New York Herald Go Al i10 I r f i 1 i 1 UOM hue immemorial it Ins I l I I i t i I pleased lovely woman to jilnco I II I upon her own glossy link tin I j I I crowning glory of some other 1 1 woman The reason she hueS done t I S 1 this doubtless la because she could Strange to say hair Is the only part of I I the human body transferable Exception I i f I may he m ode perhaps of the l5n but r I i I transferring this Inrohw surgical opera = I I i rl tion One may not borrow a prettier t I r i r hand foot or even an eyebrow Neither 1 11 will any amount of money buy these I 1 With human hair however it Is illf fcrent The amount a woman may pos t ...

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. — 30 October 1910

E s s is is 75 E IS OES I IP J f V f + I I J HOLy um j Listen f thel ca 1t lUbllcUr T West z the fore peclallye as n I big cro7 lr r were Ji A7 II illace rigs J I were Ja a H Dtf Forrlcr Ican rallrif rail ru i 1 I inthea Iunced td + JIII I incrgdse 1 tier 33S4 n 1 1 IncrcI ver 142 C ILLEDI ILLED3I T HUNTIK 2iJose a 13 yea < lly shot bjT ro out jsSj brotherill no of Eetei ilr own J C j ig with riM I I led abosllj > erg had 6 Irrel and mlmal i lied tire li t In bis icf not hlllt Several ho AMAGE f 1 iTcderlcki1 ty s nil ally tamaaS t umiefpaJ w o golrr ought ctl1 igo CUT R1 fed Injun st last Fete frorl a from wn n the car d his inJ3 laying ID p its ID1i o p000 JSANE j y OCL H fr > Miss JIZ married i ame violet nosed to tbJ Miss JeD gs of ln g believed tt married a1 0000 t 188 Iv HI T snoVi 3 AO i its IL r J 4 FULL ASSOCL TED + PRESS DISPATCHES THE BEST i i AND OTHER t r ADVERTISING MEDIUM I 1 SPECIAL IN THE I NEWS FEATURES STATE OF UTAH l i And Successors to THE DAiLY MORNiNG...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 30 October 1910

ii i il I t H rL I j 1 J I r ThT T J l V f f < Ifr Jj I Z THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 30 1910 n1 I Both Phones 323 I i I I I I t THEATRE j I NEW BIG SHOW I One Big Scream HIGH LIFE IN JAIL I A Travesty by Ren Shields with Will H Sloan I I i and W H Bill Mack T T Tho Newest Vaudeville Sensation RAMESES Ik The Wonder Worker in His Egyptian Temple I 0 of Mysteries 0 Y The Mysterious SightThe IncubationGrow ing Real Flowers in SpaceThe Fire i V rJ Goddess etc N N Mr Zellah Miss Rose COVINGTON AND WILBUR I Present The Parsonage by Zellah Coving I ton Play Played by Two People I J1 Direct from Yurrup I WILLIAM AND WARNER Musical Eccentriques Inventors of the Claco G fi phone the Organ with a Human Voice and Virtuosos of a Dozen II Instruments I 11 ARTHUR BOWEN I I The Singing Cartoonist HARRY LABELLE Athlete Extraordinary T T LATEST IN MOVING PICTURES I j ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA I Prices 102550c Matinees Wednesday and Saturday 101625c iIIIIIIm 11 I IPORTNG NEWSl I LATONIA ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 30 October 1910

I I Ink 15000 t 301 j 10oO oo < l > er ai ltl aides t 4t tti 5 ieat tsbitr shief f 1 T hl33h 33h JBYp9t odr 7 r nd BON R IT01 IICIAti wy 1 r SIR c RCO per r mg I Toda st 1 t Af PILl nl nlff111 f d r1 ° rJJno tcrht W JL tl5 1 AlWfJ4J sr r oJ oJJ farad 1 T 1 d any of orj i fli flay smog K its nd 15 S IJ iB 1 I THE MORNING STANDARD GlrtlrN UTAH Slf2uAY OCTOBER 30 1910 3 4 ftl ENLARGING TIlE I PIFITSCH PLANT i t The improvements planned at thu PlnLsch gas plant In Ogd n consist of an Ititlro remodeling of the plant Tho old iron retort system which has been unod nlnce the establishment of the factory is to bu replaced by the more modern and economic method of gas making known as tho generating system By the old system the plant had a capacity ot ISOOO cubic foot of gas per twentyfour hours and by the Improvements tho generating power will be Increased to 150000 cubic feet This Increase In capacity Is made without Increasing the actual sloe of the plant The change was made nee easai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 30 October 1910

c f Ay L 1 i I 7 4 T r cI A Y r f l r IJ 1 lj ll i 4 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 30 1910 1 ID11r 1l1tnrutug t talttar Published Daily by William Glasmann I I r IC A Fearless Independent Newspaper It C I Has No Friends to Reward and No Enemies I to Punish 1 1 t I HEAR ALL SIDES I t While This Paper Has Strong Republican Predilections I i It Is Not a Party Organ and Its News Columns are Fair and y i I Just to All Parties and Creeds 1 r WEATHER FORECAST I I F I UTAHFair Sunday and Monday not much change in temperature i f CENSUS PADDING IN THE WEST Booming and bragging always go together and an insane de I sire of a certain class of western cities to appear a lot bigger than k they arc has met its logical finish ilL revelations of gross census a I I frauds Seattle and Tacoma Wash Portland Ore Minneapolis Minn Fort Smith Ark and Boise Idaho are the principal places I I against which charges of fraudulent returns have been made President Taft on learning the conditions...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 30 October 1910

I r 1 J 6 t i I 1 h t t i I i a 1 I 1 + I r I I s 11m 91 1 1 f M n t t 1 ofM ads of hey sic a ic foot r ICf their > cnduf iscrinn ier and faUow a t iii t 1 f t1 i I j jl f I THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 30 1910 i I l PUJA REGEDVICS PillSe II s Jj or evaiuc Symptoms as I j cep Backache c ac c Ji I Mr8Trc8SloNolBonCOONCthAve1Na3hvllloTonn vrite3 As Poruna has clone mo a world of good i I fool In duty bound to tell of it In Lopes that It i mnymcot tho cyo of somo who htw suffered as I did i For ° flvo years I really did not kuow what perfectly woll day was and If I did uot havo 1 l I Lacy nAt S 2r yAt LL r 1 yl + QC r Y jJ w talaQ7 ° + r F y fit7Zt r Cr3 7t rn t ii r 11fryJ Z7rr 2 MRS TRESSIE NELSON headache I had a backache or a pain somewhere and really life was not worth tho effort I mado to keep go ing A good friend advised mo to ISO Poruna and I was glad to try any thing and I am pleased to say that six bottles made a now woman of me and I have no more pains a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 30 October 1910

I Ii b r 0 0I tt 1 I I i I I 1 Ii I I i I i i l I Ii r t ti z y M TLI1 Li iiii 1 r 4 k 1 io 1 I J 7 I I I v Illi k i THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 30 1010 G t t JXA A V V k KV VA S fV kA Tu I i I i GASES TO BE S fARO IN COURT 1 I Judgo Howell was nt Farming vestonlay finishing lognl business t of that part of the Second dis trict for tho October term of court Because of this the regular Saturday proceedings in handling tho probate and motion calendars of the court for Weber county have been dispensed with The court will Rive all its time to Webor county legal affaire during the next month All tho criminal cases of the county t will lie considered and as many as possible will foe disposed of There arc fourteen criminal cases on the I calendar and possibly there may bo others that will be called before tho I month Is over The court has stated that the criminal cases must bo given consideration at tho earliest possible date and that they should bo tried and settled Def...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 30 October 1910

2 of rrIag0 zsc Ifc Driv heavy quail e cn 89c 89c3l 5c cco XIon 3aH HI I 42 Tal 15s elan e 3 1fb I8e toner mod 39e 2 20e me POK T 20c lOi MOC 3 3 hold1 onfa 12c 12cZ3 hidh 3c is 125 icca the s as rage art 1 C IS eof 13 c is the 1heE at 1 f J J J red tht I be pr with tt 1 lasl1i latlflD Z 7 f r Id at non III ig hrnan N IS URNf gtbcr p ally b1rt sU to t > d < tJ rs 1 1 1I lgbbOJ1 life III I S In jaI1C bberY tlentbe 10 She J ud 1 l5 gr grJ 1E r I < I s THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 30 1010 1 r 10 o Minsng9 Stocks rnJd Markets I TRADING ACTIVE ON LOCAL CHANGE Totals for Wook Show Up Best for Several MonthsCurb Market Slower i SALr LAKI3 OcL 29ln flplto of a Alack market of the last two days he total lor the week averages UII well In fact the bent for several months The totnl number of shares of stock disposed of during the week vas 421208 for which 7S3SJG7 was uxpendeJ This is well ahead of the record of liu > t week Higher prices were secured during the wee...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 30 October 1910

i I A 1 rf I J f J i S THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEH UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 30 1910 1 = r I = = 1 j i Ii i I 06DEN TOE nUB OF TUE UNIVERSE r a I = i I I Then but 8 hours Northwest YOLI have HHU CONTACT NEV II 1 r I J I 11 THE GREAT COPPER CAMP I i On the great VINEYARD LAND STOCK COS RANCH Where mines and agriculture meet i Ii i there is bound to be a great city The Salmon river runs through the heart of this beautiful Vine t i yard Valley The 0 S L is now running 36 miles daily toward the camp Best opportunity for I II I I fine locations in business lots in the Railroad Townsite One good investment equals a life of work I I I Lots will be worth thousands with the railroad into the camp Contact has a 28mile horseshoe ii I I of COPPER ORE Ask any one who has visited CONTACT L I WATCH THIS SPACE I I r I t 1 1 < 1 1 i I < o 7 ri I t if i RANDOM i i i REfERENCES I I I M ILontiuucd from 1ngo Five fL i N A Lockwood and R C Koerncr I of Logon wero In the city yesterday I j on buslnuBS I it...

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. — 30 October 1910

1r I l1 De i old ha ayml ml pIt et try mrs 7 Et Itri oaf 1eza za eqj 11dpj 4i I A 3 r I tfeaim aim t < t t tIE 116n 6n ro roR Ili I iJ tI 1 nj t s II I I III 11 iW 1 I r y y F < J oW M Twa THE MORlTING STANDARD r I I LilT I I Pages 9 to i6 I I yOL VII N0 290 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 30 1910 PRI E65CENTS PER MONTH < U r MATINEE PARTY Ono of the largest matinco parties given at tho Orphenm was on Wed nesday afternoon when Mrs A A Wcngor and Miss Helen Wenger en tertnincd at a party to which one hundred s dred guests were bidden Following I i the performance refreshments for I m which unique and elaborate arrange ments In keeping with Halloween week were served at Hupfors par t lors On tho balcony the tables woro arranged In tho form of a star a toy pumpkin with unique design u little i candle within and name attached marked tho place of each guest and refreshments delicious and dainty and carried out in Halloween colors and design wero attractively placed and perfectly serve...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 30 October 1910

t LId Jt w L E TII g = J t r n I I F THE ORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 30 1S10 ib fr = I o = o f1 J I I IIi = Ii i III m D D j 21 1 l < f OJ 1 I I OI6dI I I 1 I A Checking Account II I r i tit j supplies the best means for the payment of nil bills II It is uol only safer Hum pitying in currency but I affords saving I is much more convenient and a great Y ing in time Accounts subject lo check arc cordially invited I Capital Stock sioo 00000 i Surplus and Profits 10500000 I t Are We Simply Vermin Crawling i Over the Earth r I I i 1 By Processor Charles Xordmann r President of the Paris Observatory I When M Bcrgcrct declared that I organic llfo is only a vermin crawling I t on tho surface or this uublunai globe I ho hud just been cruelly hurt In his I home 11IV and many times thu meta I I physics pf tbo most sago philosophers I aro Uillmistlo or pessimistic accord I i i ing to their state of mind I So if Mr Bcrgerel at tin moment I when he made this pesslmlistlc decla L ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 30 October 1910

1 m W qi I l Q 1 f rr = rs jI atsr limos i t s 3tt 1118 t h a t t5 V 4tlu 1 h11 los arg zlrl R t Trt roe t t T ° llQi alp lag mfr rd f1 mfr to f alt m tr T Lc in tt to mTt 1k as L gf X121 ica m sat ata tbY Isa1 I to a i Fh m2 J I 6o lap g1i ll loot t 1D 1 tip fe i a i I a t t r c + anavoz + nairasd > I e nairasdTllhIE OGDEN STANDARD e II I u n i MINING Now for the B rd Men Who Are Reaping iA1 i the Rewards of a Temporary Stage of Commercialism Ji r c 4t r Hubert Latham Copyright by E FUiatre Count JlKSques de Lessops Charles F Willard Photo by Pictorial News Co Copjrtcht lOJO Ly the KBIT YorU llcrnlJ Co All rlsbta retvrrcd 11 IIY It doesnt seem more than a wool I ago since tlio Wrights were guarding W their workshop like a diamond labora tory and every one else in the game was either sealing up keyholes or try ing to peck through And now look at them So spoke a man In the stands at the recent Boston avi ation meeting as he stood staring up at the triumph of tho event when Messrs ...

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. — 30 October 1910

I r l II f II I if I Ir I H j t I i d i 1 i I I Ir i I r C II I I I I c II III I I 1I i 1 c t i 1 I i r r 1 1i ± T w T d z r I c i r A J = J I t c A L r c I r d Jtt7 r I 1 fr e t TLH1IEO6DEN STANDARD 1 P jHL EXPEDIENT i By William ChesterEstabrook hi Iii Pq7 J 1 I I < < wrhbl 1910 by Uvf New Tat Htrald O AH rtcM rrrcnMl WILIGHT drifted across the bills as old Dr I Rlchcl cnuic ont of his house and went down TWILIGHT I Into the village A tawny spring swollen J I i j stream slipped with a gurgllatlng sound bo I I Death the worn boards of tho pike bridge The dust lay In puckers from n recent rain Mingled I country odors filled the air II I The physician passed the general store that had be longed to Joseph Rlttonhouse He looked In and j s cd a friendly greeting to Joey Rlttcnhouse the I dead Josephs son and the stores present proprietor I I i Joey was wearing a blue sergo coat and a pair of i mite duck trousers Tho combination was new to I the village At sight of It the physician...

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. — 30 October 1910

I krdj fug Ip larm m c uhIbl Ctl ufot Ituf t I rte ltk I IIUt eto 11 6spll uh h hI to f Etc tfo nett e i In hl of like if r is t t It J 1x5 r i r t t r I 1 itI ° t seed 9eb t pDi 4 a1gl isnt l et L < takes yonrtt1 telly She II Lh id SJ byst el re oM rnco m or srb y lad rnedB < 1 ctra eg n cr to1 tj re Bk 1 IIlUt < 4 bO et w r k J e tfA P T rA p p 1 r JJIo G bs 9 lJ r i J t I r LD 5C w Y 4 ai4f > o + 1 r o v Iin ajl V r r i i To Suit f ° Q HATS FOR A UTU M N DAY ° b Caps foil AIl Types Theatre ear Of Faces r aces HELEN By PALCO I g 1 t1I1If a d J c r ll e 1 = 6 EAKISH HATS Nor FOR SMART AMERICAN WOMAN CL Exaggerated Styles Will Not Become Really Popular in This Country Beautiful Models Designed for the Coming Winter j I TiENEVER I hear men talking WHENEVER and fatuous war of tho absurdity of womens fashions I wonder what on earth they would say If they saw pic tures of some ot tho fashions we dont wearmodels that milliners seem to put on the market as If to find out just ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 30 October 1910

R I I 1 I = I I I I I to I < 1 L l I I I r 1 R III I II i 11 I 11 I t I I I f Ii I 1l I I 1 11 II I r i ii I i I I I I F i I I I I I I r I I I I I I n I 5Z 1 I I i 1 H I r l + 1 I I I 1t a I 1 I f i I J r I II i I l t I f i H II I iti II G 1t r I I I 1 r i I V I I t y I i ti i trI i r i I i I l t I I I 1 r t t X r J f1 ji I J 7 j f Iii or p = i JiT 1 I T LLm ALI J 11 l n r c G W ii I r TIHI IE QjlIJ IEN 51f AN AIRJ r Hi 1 I a t II i II JfIN T E FASHION s fo r > S CHOOL and COiLLEGE GliLS Ii I L WI A I rA 0 I i t f APe 1 I I for i M Se8 I I ELYET and corduroy arc the smartest of all afternoon materi V als this winter and this rule Jjolds Rood ns well for the school t girl ns for a debutante or her I mother Nor is there anything i more appropriate for dress wear than velvet with its rich soft shades at once eo handsome and go becoming I + Whenever velvet it r especially in vogue I there Is a like popularity of corduroy and all the grades of cotton back velvet or velveteen which ...

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. — 30 October 1910

r t ire I ere ite ire irdbt bt cc tt 1 11d ir cat eel lit het hi iii era ih ihr etU do tilt tiltw ere It > s Se Ec 74 ort itirn ral itlerr err Lei Idc r i felt I 311 tt4p mid I d1 tof roe t eta I orol are art igtf r t iedg golf nf OSrf aa debt fold ng g kIL comb oau rgilt oral1 tIiL rlcbt t1 f the yd i pirr ebira tsUy o Jr i ° bi alr tIi w k 16 ill illcr cr prc S Ir ori1 slatritbt dr bedJ g f the i I is < 1 t 4 d LL Ie G 1rlH1lE Q CG IE r S 1LAN A IR e fj o r SlASH r J I J > m ATEST Models for Evening Wraps i t of Brocade Velvet and Far r < t 0 Tit E 1 J r H14 r t0 b pU 1 7 l yam IJ 11 I 1 J c 5v t r t 4 i 4 a 4 c I je + SC fi y r r r 1 t Ti I r r Y tti le 1 44 s t y 7 t < r r 1yh G + r i r l r 4 Gr I r 1 t t I tpk v t r s 1 + ij i t r I 1 i le rb f r t ° i 1 411 r ii 41i rtflti4 i rtl Black Velvet CloaK < with Chinchilla Collar and Cuffs Photo Copyright mil Uy JhntUncrr UiCloilro Uupyrtiht 1010 haw Cork UiraM BY MRS A T ASHMORE BECOMING evening cloak is I most ess...

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. — 30 October 1910

1 r i I II I 1 I I I I I II a I l II r I I II I t I II i I i1 I I I I I I I oi I I i I 1I I J I j II l y 4 i 1 h I I v n t 1 IIi c I I q 1I i I l li I I i I + I L t i iI I 1 I I I I II I I II I I t I I I i i I I I i I Z I IIII I r i 11 L 4 c to 7 t > 4 = j i r u 1fllll IE CGIt fEN AN AIR e fl J a l IlILATING ATU R lea c OFFER RIVER STORY of Adventure in > t Alaska Which Proves That II I V A L L L X WawL q < j J i Indomitable Men Can r Overa ifi11 T aaNN IA fCt Kti Y > Y t erg rt d I II IO J1 JI em at S 0 11 H I 11 i HE author of this article is known even r THE progressive daring dauntless I American railroad men as an advanced 1 i railroader Before ho took tho presidency of I I tho Copper River Northwestern Railroad ho I I won his spurs with the Burlington after a rec t I jl ord with other roads in lessor offices as a driv IfJ i ing pushing indomitable man t A Physically he is a giant and quite like many 1 1 other such men who really do things ho has an tr abounding goo...

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