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jo OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1913. jl
I Continued Prosperity for 1913-50,000 Population lor 1920 1 u
Ogden is a growing city, is proud of many industries, and offers large inducements to the Homeseekcr and Investor-Boost for Ogden, it means permanent prosperity.
OGDEN THEATER PRESENTS GREAT PLAY
"THE BLUE MOUSE" j
One Fun Week Commencing October 19
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, TT1 I Ogden. Utah.
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ogden. utah. J ITS HERE I
I BY FROST NOR FIRE NOR EVEN
I TIME ARE WELL BURNED CLAYS
l When you plan that new home or business block, bear ut I
I i mind that the only part of the Sanitarium that was left after I
I I the fire was the brick walls. I
I I j Remember, Mr. Booster, that for every extra 100,000 brick
l.rj that are manufactured in Ogden you add one more family ts
i our population.
fc'd ' Also that the only home industry in the building material
pi line in Ogden is the
I Leek Brick Company
I IF BREAD COST $1.00 UTAH-NA
m 2 a loaf, we would all appreci- I CHOCOLATES
IJ ate it more.
Fd The "staff of life" is the JJ'ff TI'
I,:?t cheapest and most nourish- Will W Itl
iM tng food and one of the few 1 1 i
MM that has not increased in XllC JlVl
jjfflj The finest bread, with Take a box along
IflH the most delicate flavor is . ,
mm made from tonight.
I CRESCENT FLOUR 7T"
I Sold by all quality grocers.
. Ogden, - Utah
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SCENE FROM 'THE BLUE MOUSE"
'THE BLUE MOUSE9"
Women are generally supposed to be playwright, who is in love with "The Blue
afraid of a mouse, and the mere mention Mouse" and has written a play which he
of one will cause them to grab their skirts 11 not allow produced unless she can
j c a.l i n' . . plav the leading role,
and run tor the nearest chair, but in the 4- r i r i r n
, niM ipp he rather or the Kollett s comes to pay
case or 1HL oLUL MUUbL, it seems fi , i l i tu Rl,,.
them a visit and he also meets 1 he Dlue
that every one was after it and spent two Mouse." and enjoys a mild flirtation with
hours and a half before they finally cor- her. How everything is finally straight
railed it. ened out, and young Rollett gains his pro
Paulette Divine, who was born as Mag- motion and receives the $50,000 from his
gie McHooley, was known as "The "Blue wife's father, is told in three furiously
Mouse" among the theatrical profession, funny acts, at the Ogden Theater all next
Augustus Rollett, a young railroad man week, starting tomorrow, Sunday night,
wishes to advance to the position of Di- October 19th.
i vision Superintendent. To help his Miss Mayme Arington will be seen in
i scheme along he engages "The Blue the role originally created by Miss Mabel
Mouse" to pose as his wife, and flirt old Barrison, and has ordered her gowns es
Lewellyn, the president of the road. Then pecially for the play, from Chicago,
when matters progress to a favorable It is one of the best plays ever written i
point Rollett believes that the president by the late Clyde Fitch, and will give the
1 will give him his promotion rather than Arington-Greenwell Company a splendid
have Mrs. Lewellyn discover his flirta- opportunity for a week of hilarity,
tion. Rollett has already married a young There will be the regular Wednesday
country girl, and his father-in-law has and Saturday matinee. Night prices: 10
promised them $50,000 when he is pro- 20 and 30 cents; Matinees 10 and 20
moted. Phillip Scarsdale is a young cents.
BLUE MOUSE BRIEFS
Yes, Bro. Jones, the Blue Mouse wears
blue stockings but why do you want to
Robt. Pawley says the "Blue Mouse"
makes him homesick and he is so young.
While "The Blue Mouse" is consider
ed a bold play, remember that "They who
look with spotted brains see spotted pic
tures for their pains."
Many lucky men have seen the "Blue
Mouse" and lost their wives.
Life is as it is you can't help seeing
The "Blue Mouse" is worth trapping
No, we are not lost, we may reform
Remember there is but one front row,
you can see just as good in a box.
In closing we are sure the morals of
the town will be just as good in a week
1 A WORD ABOUT THE OGDEN THEATER
Never in the history of the city has Ogden been able to boast of a better Stock Com
pany than the Arington-Greenwell players. Many professional troopers have expressed
themselves that the company is worthy the largest cities in the United States, and have ex
pressed surprise to find us contented here. But Ogden is treating us kindly and is apprecia- ;
ting our effort to play only the best in only the best way. and we intend to stay, and to make
the amusement in our city the cleanest and of the highest class to be found in any com-
Imunity in America.
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nan vjrucis g l,ithR 1M anil (.mM Waicr
Tll B Pfl 111 Jl" 1,M""V Reduced fates 1
)V week or month. Kooms ifc
.1 lr Honnrt T-")f, $1 00, $ 1 . "l The Olllv ! 9
A complete mall order depart- 1 W
i ,ki. olnr fireproof hotel in the citv. K
merit IS mamt;urip(l at this store i J
A it imber of clerks give their en 1
tire time to shopping tor those "FIREPROOF
who Bend tbJr orders hero l' ' gpLL,g S FETY"
mail. & Jk i
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self Catalogues are seat out p -1 nrkfnillll
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HEATING STOVE TIME
Tit- -e cold evenings are a
Q) warning to get our heater in
Aaflt Let u& sec up one of our ' SU-
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KFt in your home, and hac your
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need, and take pleasure in
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"The Hardware Store."
2437 Washington Ave. Phone 213.
I Special Sale on All Green and
Basket Fired Japan Tea
t A shipment has just arrived, all of this year's crop
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