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I I THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN. UTAH, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1913.
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I! Continued Prosperity for 1913-50,000 Population for 1920 I
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.
"Knobs O' Tennessee" k I
Arnrivi THFATFR week commencing
JgMJMm JL Al K DECEMBER 14th
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1 FOREIGN DRAFT I
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H BY SHUPE-WILLIAMS CANDY COMPANY
Hfl 1 Our Exhibit Won the Silver Cup in Wizard of Wasatch.
HH Two-mile Parade in Salt Lake City.
A Gentle, Beautiful Story
A Thrilling Jnteresting Play
STORY OF THE PLAY
"KNOBS 0' TENNESSEE"
Some great authority once said that
nothing on the face of the earth could
equal the love of a mother for her child.
No matter what he or she should do; no
matter if the father renounced them; no
matter if all the world turned its back, the
mother was always ready with open arms,
a smile and a word of forgiveness.
This is exemplified most strikingly in
"THE KNOBS OF TENNESSEE," that
beautiful story of the old south that opens
at the Ogden Theater for a week, com
mencii Sunday, Dec. 14th.
The government officers arrest a young
mountain boy for "moonshing" and
when they bring him to his home, a little
cabin situated on the Knob O' Tennessee,
to tell his mother goodbye, she takes a
rifle and kills him rather than let him go to
prison for the rest of his life. This inci
dent forms one of the most striking scenes
of the play and gives rise to the question
of whether the mother love was justified
in taking the step she did.
After sacrificing the life of her boy, the
mother loses her mind and has no recol
lection of her act. All she can do is to
sit and call for her boy and wait, listening
for the footsteps of one that she will hear
never more. The government then ar
rests her for taking her boy s life and sends
her to prison.
It is this circumstance that the play
wright has used to present one of the
strongest dramatic scenes ever produced
on any stage.
The mother's son and her husband go
to Washington, D. C, to entercede with
President McKinley for her life, and dur
ing the telling of their life's story, the old
southerner shows the president his right
sleeve empty, and it develops that he and
the president were in the same regiment
during the strife of the Blue and the Grey.
As these two old comrades stand side
by side and once more fight over the bat
tles of days past and gone, in one of the
tensest scenes ever staged, the heart of
the president is touched and he signs the
pardon that once more unites three loving
hearts with everlasting joy.
Thomas Pawley and Mayme Arington
are again happily cast and the entire Aring-ton-Greenwell
Company will be seen in
Special scenery has been constructed
for each act, and "THE KNOBS O" TEN
NESSEE" will rank as one of the premier
productions of the current season at the
ENJOY LIFE WHILE YOU CAN
We travel this road only once, and today's pleasure will never come
The Price is Low See the "Knobs of Tennessee " this week. Send
your children, they will be instructed and entertained.
Big Santa Claus Candy Matinee.
Wednesday December 24-th
2. "The NightBef oreXmas"i
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I by week or month. Rooms H -
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I merit is maintained at this store fireproof hotel in the city. ' i
n A number of clerks give their en
8 tiro tlmo to shopping for those "FTTTTPPini?
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der will do so as carefully as I TITB? IVISll
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cry spring and fall. If ou II vol RDf fPII il H
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Women whose incomes or allowances more Jj
than suffice for their needs, may profitably in- Wl
s vest the unused portion in a savings account i
with this bank. Besides being absolutely safe
s here, savings earn 4 per cent interest, com- 1 !,
s pounded four times a year. Courteous, efficient s
s service is assured at all times.
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