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a THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1913.
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rcontinued Prosperity lor 1913-50,000 Population for 1920 1
Offden is a growing city, is proud of many industries, and offers large inducements to the Homeseeker and Investor Boost for Ogden, it means permanent prosperity, j
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I Our Exhibit Won the Silver Cup in Wizard of Waatch,
Two-mile Parade in Salt Lake City, !
A Romance of the Western Plains';
PRONOUNCED THE GREATEST WESTERN DRAMA.
ONE FULL WEEK, COMMENCING SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30
ENTERTAINMENT FUN INSTRUCTION
"IN WYOMING," is a picture drawn in glowing colors and gleaming sunshine of life on
the boundless plains. Willard Mack, the author, who was born in Wyoming and passed
many years there, gives a truthful representation of the stirring life on the frontier. The
Story of the play teems with the virile breath of the praires; it fascinates with its powerful!
! plot of love, intrigue and adventure, and compels many a hearty laugh with its bright com
edy, softened anon with a gentle touch of pathos. The beautiful story is so naturelyl
unfolded that it instantly appeals to the heart of every man and woman in the audience.
YOU SHOULD NOT MISS THIS GREAT PLAY
"IN WYOMING" is a genuinely American play, a study of life on the open range in the
great west. Its story teems with the vitality and strength and tender heart interest that
must of necessity characterize any drama that seeks to successfully convey the "do-or-die"
! spirit of the robust West. But this element has not been allowed to over-ride the trait of
fun and banter which is essential to any true sketch of American character, and the sparkle
of real Yankee wit illumines every passage of the story's progress.
Typically Western. Spokesman Review, Spokane, Wash.
It is the brightest, snappiest and most life-like production of a
Western play ever seen in Seattle. Post Intelligencer.
"One almost unheard of innovation in pieces of this character is
that not a shot is fired and the cheap blood and thunder tactics have
wisely been eliminated." Portland Orcgonian.
You Will Enjoy This
Brilliant Play Next Week
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