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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 25 November 1910

y I c I r 1i a = EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY NOVEMBER 25 1010 l Ii < GOOJ i RMNGHO r i 1 YOU REST i ii i Too much eats well were all in the same boat N Half of our clerks abstained so they would be able to wait on you Come on wo can do it REMEMBER the Bargain Subway Sale Today MENS PANTS AND SHOES THE TOGGERY Under the Arlington iIIC oo 1 I STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE Eithoi pho r ono ring 56 RANDOM REFERENCES Call Allen phones 22 for carriages for funerals and operas Private calls a specialty Also prompt delivery of bpggage 112 2Cth Charles R deal was among tho Brlgham City visitors who spent Thanksgiving In Ogden WANTED Clean whlto rags at tho Standard G Bloom was an Elko visitor In this city yesterday Kemmerers best coal sold only by M L Jonos Coal Co Advertisers must have their copy for the Kvonlng standard the evening before the day on which the adver tisement Is to appear In order to In sure publication...

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. — 25 November 1910

rfROK ynffJr j yv in cMiifizi siiJ A tA ti l t WMBarvT Iii i scatacK L I 1 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY NOVEMBER 25 1910 O f i I 1 Reasons for Using Blanchard Butter 1 Its made of the purest crcnni inspected tested and pasteur ized Its made in the cleanest most sanitary creamery in thc vcst Its never touched by human hnuds x J r It comes to you in oa sealed carton showing the dale it was I packed so you may know it is fresh I If these are not reasons enough come to the creamery and see r I r how we make it I p r I I r rI W ffCONPoFAr t I Y I I Blanchard Butter Blanchard Eggs Blanchard MilkFed Poultry I All Kinds of Domestic and Imported Cheese tI < 1 I J c I I Poultry Kaisers Jnd Farmers Attention Ii Why pay at the rate of 200 per gallon for insect and mite I killer when you can get Creosote for r cents per gallon i Creosote is one of the strongest insect destroyers known Creosote is also the best wood preserver known Railway and Telephone companies creosote ties and po...

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. — 25 November 1910

r zt i ff THE EVENING STANDAKu OGDriN UTAH FRIDAY NOVEMBER zo 1910 7 v w Thesc chilly days when the wintry blasts seem to bite through 7 is r bjbpJhad in one of our overcoats true comfort physically and true mental comfort as to your appearance If you wish the sightlicst bhthe r t overcoat that is of an ALL wool fabric and of superlative workmanship youll surely invest in ono of ours i < f l S10 to30 ii Watson r J1mer Cothirig CO o iu co1rQIJ1 376 Twentyfourth Street Where the Clothes Fit I r 1 1II IIi i i a I 1 I i I I t i J 1 1P l lION s r I RANDOM REfERENCES Continued from Page FIvo Trimmed hats for 150 at the Fvo Points Millinery Mrs N S Jones of this city loft today for a visit in Denver Colorado She expects to ho away from the city for several mouths Queen Esther chapter No 1 O 13 S holds special meeting Friday evening Vov 25lh degree work Oflicors moot U G p m for drill Order of W M Mrs William Godell of Ogden left Mils afternoon to visit friends In San Francisco FRENCH AN...

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. — 25 November 1910

T t e 01 rc L J l < SY fy t J THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY NOVEMBER 25 1910 r 1 L 1 1 1 I I Ii I I Royal is the only baking I I powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar i ROYAL oaIRg I Powder I I JJbsUEutie5j1 Pupa Highest in i i Leavening Efficiency Makes Hot Breads Whole 4 r some 0 cbc2 I c I I WOMEN AJE MANY 4 TIMES IN PRISON Chicago No 5rhn are sev entyeight women in Chicago who have teen in the Bridwell prison house or w correction perhaps twentylive times There are fortyfonr who have been Jiuprlsoncd there fifty times There 1 aie twelve who have served sentences I J in the Institution at least 100 times As for the men there arc only twen i l tysix who have been locked up there rore than twentyfive times only nine who admit serving more than fifty times and only three who have been committed to the Institution more than 300 times I Supt John L Whitman is unable to 4 J recount for the contrast ociwecn the i records of the sexes but bo published r them yesterday ...

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. — 26 November 1910

1 J r A LET YOUR WANTS BE 4 F c I l WEATHER FORECAST KNOWN IN THE 1 fI n THE INDICATIONS ARE Tt + ITT + r p1bn WEATHER WILL BE FAIR IN EVENING STANDARD ti WESTERN PORTION TONIGHT p n I RAIN OR SNOW IN EASTERN PORTION COLDER SUNDAY GENERALLY FAIR I Fortieth YearNo 283 Price Five Cento OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 26 1910I6 PAGES Entered an Second Claoo Matter at tho Pootofflce Ogden Utah I YOUNG WOMEN CAUGftT IN A FIRE TRAP AND MANY Of TEMPER S I Death List May Reach Thirty in a Fire Which Destroys the Factory of Newark I Paper Box Company Newark New Jersey = = Girls Jumped to Their Death I Newark NT Nov 2GIn a disas trous factory fire here today twenty eight lives are known to have been lost thirty persons were injured some I I probably fatally Nearly all the vic I tims were young women workers In 1 the manufacturing plant of the build j Ing a fourstory structure which took I lire from au explosion on tho third floor Loss of life and Injury was j heaviest among tho fact...

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. — 26 November 1910

V 0 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDS UTAH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 1910 J t wJjot l IO IL 1 COMING zI3Iw ATTRACTIONS AT OGDEN BEATER i I r 1 i TOMORROW I NIGHT i j PIXLEY LUDERS I I I j i I Musical Masterpiece I I I TIIE I H I i BUR60 = i 1 i 1 1 MASTER 1 I IS IT WHY I I POSSIDLE TIlE IDEA 1 Gus D 0 Weinberg The original I I feier Stuyvesant I And the same Big Company of Favoritesincluding that bewitching chorus of I KANGAROO I I GIRLS I I I I I Popular P1ri es j Seals Now 1 SeWn 4 I V ARMY UNPREPARED I IN CASE OF V AR I WASHINGTON Nov 25Major I General Wood chief of staff paints a gloomy picture of the lack cf prepared ness of the American army in case of war In his annual report made public here today There were weak spots in many directions I rections and moot serious was the shortage of field artillery and ammu nition a fault that should be imme diately corrected General Wood said there was a great lack of reserve sea coast ammu nition and that at the present rate of i appropriation of con...

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. — 26 November 1910

F = F r V THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 1910 3 REAL ESTATE FOR REAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS SIXROOM HOUSE close In Inquire of owner cBH phone 100CY 1123lwk I MODERN brickhouse of S rooms 972 23rd Large lot and barn good lo r cation Tho largest school building I in tbo city Is being built near this f property To make a quick sale will sell nt a snap Terms Get hey nt I first door cast Inquire of owner Bell 1291Z 1123tt a FOURROOM frame houso on bench 2200 Has electric lights bath closet hot water boiler kitchen sink hnnd bowl kitchen cabinet cement cellar front and back porch All new SALT LAKE I OGDEN ELECTRIC RAILWAY LEAVE OGDEN 010 a p 730 a m 9 a a 103B a m 12 noon 130 p m 3 p an 430 p m C p rn1 730 p m 9 p ui 1030 p m I Twelve fast trains each way dally Call Baoiboreor Express either phono for quick and careful aervlco lu Salt Lake valley I J P REARDON Gen Suot I f UNION DEPOT f TIME CARD EFFECTIVE OCT 16th 1910 Mountain Time DENVER RIO GRANDE R R DEP...

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. — 26 November 1910

T V Tiix l Ii SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 191U ti a THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH i 111 Wqt 1fUr1ttug taubttr 1 An Independent Newspaper ESTABLISHED 1870 PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY BYWILLIAM GLASMANN I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE I j i t I CITY 119 I < BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN I Daily Every Day 1 Year600 Dally Every Day 6 Months 300 Dally Every Day 3 Months160 Sunday Qnly 1 Year 200 I j Tii Ogdon City by Carrier 75 cents per month I For information concerning city subscriptions telephone to iho city circulation department Both Phones GO HE WAS A PIONEER I I I I The telegraph conveys the message that H M Yerington of i Carson Nevada is dead at the age of 32 He was one of the build era of the Virginia Truckee railroad and the Carson Colorado r i railroad and for years was a masterful force in the affairs of I I Nevada Yorington was one of the few men of wealth who remained loyal to his state to the extent of living and investing in Nevada He was at one time a powerful factor...

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. — 26 November 1910

I = = TREEVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 1910 IS < 1 0 I YOUR LAST SATURDAyS this month and say we want you to make a record Come in 4 here today and fix up for Sunday Whats tho use of going shabby i I Our salesmen know just how to fix you up We sell Mens and Young Mens Suits and everything Were right too I THE TOGGERY AND OYCROFT STORES I YOU KNOW WHERE su > < iT Jn STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOM Bell Phone No 322 Independent two rings58 BUSINESS OFFICE Elthei pho r one ring 68 RANDOM REFERENCES Call Alien phones 22 for carriages for funerals and operas Private calls a specialty Also prompt delivery of bcggago 412 25th Bert Merrill was among the Salt Lake visitors in tho city yesterday WANTEDClean whlto rags ut tho i Standard i Charles A Vlor and Dave Lenhart of Croon River wero visitors In tho city yesterday Kemmorer8 best coal sold only by 11 L Jones Coal Co Mrs W E Niobuen and family oC Salt Lake visited with Ogden friends I yesterday I Advertisers ...

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. — 26 November 1910

THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 1910 WoO r 1 Dear to the Hearts of the Women J r I DR T FELIX GOURAUDS Oriental Cream u OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER O w An Indispcnsablc and Necessary N 111 R + tald r Article for Particular Women i i who Desire to Detain a s a i 3 M Youthful Appearance r i I n Every woman owe It to herself and I loved ones lo retain tho eliiuin of youth t > a I z nature has bentowed upon her For ovor II half a century tills article has been used I FbbAJta fed by actresses Hltigur and Cornell or r c fashion It renders the skin llko tho t I 7Rifit oftni88 of velvet leaving It clear ana r FoxT atnfrt pearly will to and Is highly desirable when n om prcnarlnc for dally or evening attire As i r dmrunrKL t it IH a liquid and nongreasy preparation I i It remain unnoticed When attending It J dancri balls or other cntertnlnmontH vents a Riewsy appearance of the com t gliaraisinL Youic prevents plexion grnwybnppeara skin becoming I ° hcntNI r Qciiriuds Orient...

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. — 26 November 1910

J t r S THE EVENING STANDARi5 OjDSiN UTAH SATURDAY NOV ititER 26 1910 t V To 7TT AM vrc 4A lll + i3aTT r I r A Sple ndid Show r j TOMOFFQW MlCfM Best Seats Oely SO Ceiaf0 1 1 66WE NEAPOLITANS99 i I In a Repertoire of Popular Musical Classics I i MEYERS WARREN I and LYON t Presenting + A Little of Everything JOSEPH ADELMANN FAMILY European Xylophone Vlrtuso NEUSS and ELDRID Presenting the Military Bur Iccque THE YAPHANK NATIONAL GUARDSMAN THE BLAZARS Conjuring for Fun plA l Both Phones 323 RANDOM I FERENCES Continued from Pogo Five Enjoy yourself with tho Moilcra Woodmen of America Tuesday night Nov 29 at Eagles hall 25lh st Along about 5 oclock this morning Mrs W Phllpott presented to Walter Phllpott a 10 pound Baby boy Dr > Smith says ho Ls an automobilist Select our homemade cooking pre pared to take out We make a special ty of Oysters Sandwiches and Mexi can Chill also afterthcatre parties Dellcatasson Orphcum Building To Inspect Forcstc Aoslstant Dis j trict Forester b L Whit...

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. — 26 November 1910

At I 3 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 261910 t r 1 COAL 475 I PER TON at tho yard GRASS CREEK COAL j is all coal Tho cleanest hol I iest and most satisfactory All I coAl no soot or dirt CONSUMERS COAL CO PhonesUptown 452 Yard 418 Any other clnd of coal Jf you wish It I 1I I L I II I STRONG and healthy poultry result from our selected teed Lots of good whent and corn hero at little moneyalso hell green and dry bone bccC scraps poultry food and every thing that helps to make chickens lay CHAS F GROUT 364 Twentyfourth Street STRATfORD AND BREWER NAMED In relation to tho matter of ap pointing jury commissioners for tho OcarJOll Judge Howell this morning made the following order It is hereby ordered hat Messrs Alexander L Brewer and Frank W Stratford be and they are hereby ap pointed lor the next calendar > ear as jury commissioners they being voters oC this county and well krown to he or opposing political parties and of iiood character for morality intelli gence a...

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. — 26 November 1910

iJ r Part Two I TUE EVENING STANDARD I I Pags9 to116 FORTIETH YEAR tiO 284 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER j a 26 J9JO PRICE FIVE CENTS y i r < y ti a O G lt h 1r V 1 U1 I JfTHE BROKEN tTTLE r I 1 9Jy 2th ford n HERE it was that little green bottle shaped THERE like the pickle jar at home bits of lightcolored day 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 drawingroom mantelpiece Susy had often wondered why it had bccn singled out for this honor Today having leisure and opportunity she wondered more than ccr She had come to play house with Emmy Woods but had found her in the hands of the visiting seam stress After an unpleasant threequartersofanhour Mrs Woods had politely dismissed Susy telling her not to bang the street door after her and the visitor had departed with a feeling of deep resentment With a dull Saturday afternoon stretching In gray ness before her Susy had crawled listlessly down the stairs ...

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. — 26 November 1910

A 1 u o i r c7 Li AS EDV Th i i r I r Effects of ij Aesthetics and the 7D HOMES OF CULTURED WOMEN Different Ir Cl lors i Schoolroom I I I 1lUlhoIr 1aO 1 J n < Ul IJQ VJ ItstYri J J n t > l tVf 11 clf1l = < > l lI I < < i 1 r a I I j I UGLINESS IS BANE 1 t OF MOST NURSERiES I t Beautiful Surroundings is of Infinite Importance in I Education of ChildrenDumping Grounds of all the Household Trash t By ELIZABETH WHARTON MITCHELL N spite of the emphatic persistence IN with which the cry Art Is one of the most powerful factors In civilization it is remarkable how eager everybody seems to avoid uny practical application of the maxim I t I More particularly can the truth of i this bo perceived when entering tho average schoolroom and nursery The sentimentalist and the sermonizer i spend many words in proclaiming the wonderful influence of the nursery In t t producing fine men and women And 1 yet there IB comparatively llttc at tempt to educate the child Indirectly by means ...

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. — 26 November 1910

J f r t IT 1 nlllE 7 q GDEI 51r A N A IR IlJ 0 < < I I 1 11 BART FROGS fir fh HoLIDAYDANCEs I jjp A flhisses N the Christmas holidays even the all important debutante must rode some of IN sister This her place to her younger is the halcyon time of the whole year lor the school girl and the amount of gayety that LJ crowded Into tho two brief weeks of vacation demands an out fit as varied and as extensive as a brides trousseau There must be n pretty street dress n becoming gown for luncheons matinees and the informal card parties that nro in torm ot for this nee a popular party quite young girls and most important ot nil there must bo the frocks for dance and dancing class In u girls own opinion no gown cnn be half so important as her dress for dancing school of coupon In this gown she has nil her best times and in the ballroom KIO naturally desires to look most at tractive Her party frocks therefore should ho becoming in color of an up lo date model nnd withal appropriate in te...

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. — 26 November 1910

l rtgCi 1 a + + sf b L ice nIV eM fafw + r s A + = + T wwwa + w tOYS Ybi1 1s + aYf 7 I Tnll IE G Gu N 5T N D IRi 1d e t T7 L eJ LUREwt6 LORE e I pfeJce MYTTCAJ RUG t Animal Rug from Ardcbil Mosque Once in Yerkcs Collection j 4 Owned by Metropolitan Museum of br J rtt T r I J JV c 1 tCnp7rI ht UHf by the Sow 5ur4 flrrnhJ ell All rilbt rescnal l r1i nr > i i 1 r I X I11 LORI llmlnr S tlJl1r < 1 it I t 4 OM1Cn uvsttnv lunlgne nn sari and woof a l l r i f l 1 F r the Orlontii rug Strange histories nre told rrr t J + + il llw I a t i 10 lhl iniimtnii iii their very design and the l1j i kjtj f y passing of dynasties and the wreck or King l doms arc Included In I lie chapters thai they tell Is It then any wonder that tliey hold a fascination winch enures thulI of this Western world to spend j millions of dollrrs to ucqulio them as winless the re niarlcuble exhibition of these Oriental fabrics in the I Metropolitan Museum of Art ° umpired of products of the ancient looms which their o...

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. — 26 November 1910

I c r F f I I usC NCIRcURE I WILL IVE 1000 f IF I FAIL TO CURE ANY CANCER TUMOR I TREAT BEFORE IT POISONS DEEP GLANDS WITHOUT KHSFE OR PAm VEGETABLE PLASTER 5000 CURES SWORD TO Mlnlsttri Judea Laivjui Dctteri MJIilMiIrai OTIIIR SwlDLL NoXRiy WRITTEN GUARANTEE n Cn czrs ecU IAIVtlvy v r ixa l = Tumor LUinpcrSoro on tbo lip Fro or IJody C o mouth IS CHNCKIL 120PAtf BOOK SENT FRLE irilb tostinomU of Ln tie crrJafitr cltTS LInJ Write I Jk hem 30 virs cunoit C nncerr 21 Lire ArwLUMPmWOMANS BREAST IS CANCER and If neglected it ALWAYS poijni deep in the nrmr > t a1 t3li quietly Address fRMRS DUCHAMLEY10 1Lt17J11t1 Y IJjiuctnwU s CACER CUR Lv t In Im WORLD 745 MID 747 S MAIN ST LOS ANGELES CAL MAL THIS TO SOMEONE WITH CANCER F For i Lllmbel See The Vo j i eraS cowcroft lumber Co Before IBuymij Aeywtoere Either Phono 012 Or Call 237 24th St Ogden I gLOJ so WJ < I PARKER COAL CO COAL AT THE YARD Grass Creek Lump 475 Rock Springs Lump 575 u Rock Springs ut 5550 Castle Onto and Clear Crco...

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. — 26 November 1910

1 r Y M 00 1 C1 i r l JoY r I 0 I t 1 I r1 8 I ThE OGDEN5TANDARD I 1 R a II 1 DLJL HAM I DS DINNER fo fCe LAR5ARG t I w 1 STORY of the Saltans Royal Hospitality and ofj > the Crisis Precipitated by an American Tiger or the Fourth Cheer That Was Misunderstood I I h i By Rear Admiral Charles D Sigsbee U S N j ICopT ht 1016 by le hew TorL Homld Co All lichtB referred I1 the timo of which I write the Into Sultan of the Ottoman Empire Abdul Tlninid If bad I I reigned ten years Apparently bo wan then well liked by those Americans who came under his personal Influence To some of themhe I had shown conspicuous courtesy I Twentythroe years afterward In April 1000 ho wns forcibly dethroned by his own ubJects and with public accusations of shocking misrule Perhaps the I interest that attaches to his fateful history may lend I something to iny story of his royal hospitality to the personnel of the older Kcarsargc at Constantinople I In the case in point the Sultan went beyond prece dent with...

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. — 26 November 1910

t r fJb i lr fIfi t1l Jf KJ 1r A TIJ Ii IE ti = ViE n li II lJJ VHUi IE A j 0 11 l1 A j M lffi D < XMI W H V2 ESfir u W II ln 1oEs NEW YORK HOMESkand HAUNT SI I The Poe Cottage as It Is ToDay II BY BURTON T BEACH J Copjrlcht 1910 IT lln Now York Herald Co111 rlzlilt tcjcncj DGAIt ALLAN POLTS principal homes and haunts In New York city sonic of which are L well within the unbroken knowledge of per I sons now living in Fordham have n new In terest In the light of the belated confession of his countrymen that lie Is entitled to oue of the proudest pedestals In the American lInll of Fame Nono of Ills three white stones of existence birth marriage and deatbwas quarried or graven In the legion that once echoed and reechoed with the foot falls of Governor Peter Sluyvesaut It was In Bos ton on January 19 1S09 that ho first saw the light that was to go out for his material nature on October i 1S19 In the hospital at Baltimore It was In Rich mond that he wedded In 1S30 Virginia Clemm only ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 26 November 1910

i I 7 I I Ar m TJrll J GJ IE l ST ANA JD e i je r 1 A u R 15 f A 3 I I ON S I 0 I I kL JMBROIDERED thd Beaded Textures Conspicuous i I fJMBROIDE the JTeJJLDit2ner i Gowns Ubh be the smartest Tho tunic overdress of this winter affords opportunity for an endless variety of evening gowns and the cost is as varied as the wearer could possibly sibly desire The really cheap spangled and embroidered robes are noL to be de I pended upon for durability and should bo most carefully selected There shorld not be too much dressing in the net itself ncith mid it be too soft and whether beaded spangled or with paillettes or em broidery tber must not be loose threads or defects It could not be expected for he small cost hat anything but machine work and not by any menus the beat ma chine work cither could be obtained but there is a wide a nice ami ft is well worth taking time to sc cd ie best A defective robe is not woth buying at any price for the first tiinu of wcnrinsl it may fall to pieces Whit...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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