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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

I f t + j I r j l 1 61c p 0 I chi ld r plasi biiil iork I i iAR DII itrni iMtlT = I ON Q L tfl 1 D I k 0 i I t t 10 t 10O t O A I I J T i 4 J IL A l t w < ifr = r ri FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES FORECAST Do Advertisers Know UTAH WEATHER I Advertisements That Examiner I TH E MORN I N6 EXAM I N ER INDICATIONS ARE THERE WILL BE RAIN OR SNOW SUNDAY Results Try It MONDAY GENERALLY FAIR AND OGDEN STANDARD VOL VlNO 52 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 21 1909TWENTY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS I ROOSEVELT WAS NOT AUTHORIZED TO PERMIT TENNESSEE MERGER Investigating Subcommittee Submits FindingPresident Was Equally Unauthor = ized to Direct Attorney = General Not to Interfere and Not to Enforce Federal Statutes Against Hc = Report Created Consternation in Senate = = If Full Committee Subscribes to Findings Effect Will Be Severe Rebuke to Chief Executive = Startling Figures Given and Sarcastic 10 References Made Regarding Gary and Frick Washington Feb OB a vote of three to two the subc...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

I U S I I JIl IlI iI v 1 ii L L lIIili Ii J i 1 Lj = J < r r 1 Ji r l I r S > i S 5 I THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 211909 2 p k h ri r jOCIETY I Miss Cassle Bybee has gone east on a short visit I Mrs Thomas Fitzgerald entertained at bridge Monday afternoon Mrs 0 M Runyan entertained at I S bridge on Friday afternoon Ray Boyle has returned to Ogden from a three weeks Islt In the east I Miss Kathryn Morton visited during Ute week with friends In Salt Lako City Mrs Josh F Grant Jr or Bait Lake L City visited Ogden friends during tho 1 past week Miss Dorothy Wilson entertained the members of her card club on Wednes I day evening Miss Glare Slrath of Salt Lake City If visited Mrs W J Salmon a few das I H this week lire J F Grant Jr of Salt Lake City Is visiting a few days with rela L tives in Ogden I Mra BA Bowman and son Law rence are deitlng relatives at Long I Beach Gal Miss Hannah Dee and Mrs EI Alll oon of Salt Lake City visited friends i In Ogden today I Mr...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

I I 4 I I f 0 I I 1 i > v I j THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21 1909 3 ii J r > It tz QU lays fQI 1211 1211I HM Mil AYb thi L 5Sl IIMr beU Dc ap nt st < I I Ji I COUNCIL ii RiDE OVER p THE LAKE OUTING WILL BE IN SUPT MAN SONS CAR J 0 Mayor Brewer and His Official Family to be Guccts on a Trip to Sea By Rail 1 Mayor Brewer and the members or thy Ogden City council will leave this morning In Superintendent Manbon8 private car for a trip across the lake over tho Lucln cutoff The party will be escorted on the trip by Traveling Freight Agent Cook and will IcaYe on Southern Pacific train Xo C at 7 a m and return In the afternoon on train No 4 I MRS YERKES OCCUPIES THE WITNESS STAND I Chicago Feb 20fr Mary Ade laide Yerkca widow of the late Charles T Yerkes occupied the witness stand today in ber suit to oust Louis S Ows y ley as executor of the late traction magnates estate I If Mr Owsley said the witness SS wanted me to sell my house and pic tures In New York an...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

L A or J c II u I T J I f r A llW I f 0 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21 1009 L 4 t i r i C JUt XArINER Publlnhed Every Day In tho Year by Wm Glasmann t Entcred ao second olaas matter nt the PoGtofflce Ogden Utah under Act of Congress Communications to this paper aro limited to 200 words SUBSCRIPTION RATES Delivered by Carrior In Oslen City Including Sunday Morn Ing Examiner in adv uneo r o II At end of month 73c So j Single coplcc 1 BY MAIL IN ADVANCE Tho Examiner Is sent by mall outside of Ogden per year 600 At least quarterly in advance 150 I INDEPENDENT a FEARLESS and Tho Examiner is a strictly Iud I pondont newspaper It gives all r aides an equal chow ri The Examiner nile no favorites i I and no enemies to puuI Q it will r fjlvo the nows unbiased and un cl I prejudiced Communication will hn received on all subjects presented In re I spectful language from imovn Indi viduals but the true name must ni I I published In full All letero and communications signed by...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

U I p 2 J I J M 4 tr 7 j I t t P J < f Ir 1 i THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN u UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21 1909 5 e I le t l IIItt e6ti d n silo 5 1rt and p > i i J K oyaur Id al un J at CDr stallf ie us Q CO VINO 1 1i s Cait and Mil y ii ofrsd rsdyl r aarltei ireawit OgdePr vedet 1 wt 1et tag yto I1 I4 itth i If 29 lent I IC ICC 1d W C 8 1 e rn NegHigee SH1irHs for Spring New colors New Patterns Theres no question about tho style of shlrtR wo sell they are uptothominuto In fit fabric and flnlBh Our new spring patterns in dressy negligees are striking ex amples of the best in shirt mak j ing theyre the acme of tho sea sons fashions 100 to 350 t I C D IVES CO CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN BROOM HOTEL CORNER IBRfYITIES Reunion PublicTho Child family reunion at Riverdnle le to be a public affair and all aro Invited Funeralat M E ChurchThe fu neral of Elizabeth Lynch will be held at 2 p m today at tho Methodist church From Salt LakeE M Allison Jr of Salt Lake Is In the city among those who regi...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

= A nrny Ih1 i j J t f L > 1 r g tf f i0 I I r I OGDEN SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21 1909 Ii 6 THE MORNING EXAMINER UTAH y t 7 f 11 e t1 t J > I I I ll 1 L r I i 1 t t tit aa t l I Frt l I + 11 t I r I i I l 1 f I u I In Their Search for New I I 11 rr C1 1 i i Effects Shirt Designers I I have created for this season so II many beautiful tones and pattern j I 1 conceptions that our stock is simply ablaze with the exquisite ii color schemes I There are many I I novelty fabrics in plain and corded weaves Coat style and box h F I pleated with attached cuffs will r predominate and are accordingly i given great representation here I r h I 4 I d i FRED M NYE CO 1 I t 1 I 2413 WASH AVE I I TEACHERS INSTITUTE HELD YESTERDAY r I The Weber county teaohors hold their monthly institute yesterday at tho Ogden High school Superin tendent Eggertsen was Introduced to I the teachers by L H Frobor clerk of the board of education Mr bg gortsen oxpressed his appreciation or t t the schools which he had visit...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

1 j I h L WI I I I 1 A J M A C Tc > f i THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21 1909 r Y 7 H I T l D 5 lahr rori e 5 of b t f errn lti Iecj Jpt d t l IiJfOI1 IOqaij tl P2 Iou < ou Of u J t Js1oE I EN K > 9pedt Per Ji iJ y l ehaIi f isteid1V eC Onffij 1 hi P N hef dj nl nlJoJ 1 It rcebii l ercd 10 < ICy Wett I saIe rdlr bail Ie c z lee e no ra ts ihir l eIct PED > Bk mIl OVER 3leini it o reeU mia o bu1I 3 of lb uIId1n fIani fgh lweI1tLg ctl t e Tfi quIcfj US r J S > spjf norkclf romb 0 F l iircr j this i put bli His geE v Ion Jf tie utlCti tbr etde i tho Etd had Us Ung tof Id Id I ai r t hj rt I r er of N3I with U v < tho roans i for J4 < j i > j Ogden Business Directory AdvortlGomonUj In this column cost In advance line month payable r 75c por por vance i AnythlngETerythlngBel333 27A Fruit Farm N Ogden for trade PlatlngOutflt Smokeataok Boothohto 23tr ABSTRACTORS Tho D W Ellis Abstract Company Inc Licenced and Bonded Abstractors land In Weber co...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

l 1JI J = Th nt o L j i = > T I I < ry I 1fr 0 I t Ik THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21 1909 I The Electric OPEN AT 6 P M TONIGHT i LAST CHANCE TO SEE t J I Fascinating Fluffy Dimples > I EXAMINER TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two ring No 58 loll Phone two rlnga No 68 BUSINESS OFFICE I InS Phone > no ring No 60 BoI Phone one ring No 66 66I 1 BREVITIES Furniture for Sale 2415 Jefferson Wanted Boy with horse to carry t I newspaper routo on Morning Examin er Inquire at the Standard otllco at once There will be a grand Charity Ball given by the Ogden Stake Relief Board at the Weber Academy Mon I day evening Fob 22nd 1900 Special A I numbers of oldtime dances Admis I i sion 50 cents per couple 1 < Deaf Boys Defeat Brtgham Tho I banket ball team of the stave schoo U I Tor the deaf defeated the Brigham I City High School team at Brigham i I City Friday night the score being 25 I to 24 The game was won by a very 0 d close margin and up to the last mo 1...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

I it 1 TL 1 4 j n I I i y r > T c f Part Two I THE 1 MORNING EXAMiNER I Pages 9 to 16 VOL VINO 52 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING r FEBRUARY 2J 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS u r I ilGRAND OPERA HOUSE r uisI COMING A TTRACTIONSI i o r r i j a J Y1 f5 far I 1 1 ar 3 7 r uq FOR Irdlq thljtnt i IGret tccq d taut undtl ally tore i arty i 1 I lifd rda l Ii onY I aS oni I r Ye tine dt t + rltr at Ild 1 cp tad Ili Ii S of tf I i 1 II TONIGHT MONDAY WEDNESDAY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 f PAUL GILMORE I HUNTSVILLE DRAMATIC CO j RIP VAN WINKLE I WE ARE KING I e m una m lJ 9a i h JoSFp dEfE soit J SEPN cIEEF1RS Y y + Y PO n FOUnrH IN IIEfAl1IL YLIIIE tI ffE9SON rNLrHiRO 1ttJ I YW OFACTOR THOMAS JEFFERSON AT THE GRAND WEDNESDAY I tl Q1 fLY AapoRs RIP VAN wnmu AT THE GRAND WEDNESDAY YC i I f lEv v r T r rJ lI I z 1 4 a1 r1 c 7 I PAUL GILMORE AT THE I GRAND TONIGHT y w PAUL GILMORE TONIGHT I Paul Gilmore who will apepar at I the Grand tonight In The toys or I Company D by Mrs Hyca JoanBon Young IB known among k...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

I k V > r L J It = E 1 > 2IL Jlli i THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21 1909 ftt I The Fair Coed Not Up to ci ELSIE JANIS Other Productions by Same ° x Hoosier AuthorTalented Young Star In New Ad e Stars Clever Imitations Julia Marlowes Play of the French t IVTusical eOl edy W Revolution 0 I i I i From Our Ncvr York Dramatic Corre I apondont ADE tho versatile I r I Indiana playwright went Into II GEORGE a couplo of years ago and presumably ho learned a I familiar Io onthlt IB to bo a suc cess you must Imltato somebody else I I Well that Is a good political axiom 1i I i mayhap but It wont go In theatricals I as witness Mr Ados latest drama I The Fair Coed in which Elsie Janis I Is now appearing at tho Knickerbock i i er theater I Tho Fair Coed Is almost tho I I weakest dlnh that Mr Ado has over 1 served on his dramatic bill of faro I almost but not quite Thero IB yet f I another disappointment that this clever t f Hooslor has perpetrated But why 7 1 rattle tho ske...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

I I 1 J fI l r y + I < 1 r r n t r i4 f t 1 A Y 1 0 7 W Mj t1 1 = 13 = Nki tar = r I I T WAS heavy sledding on the Upper Ottanoosis Iii trail IT The two lumbermen were Hearing the close of the third day of the hud four days haul in from the settlement to the camp At the head of the first team his broad jaw set and his small gray eyes angry with fatigue trudged the big figure of Red McWha With his fiery red head and his large red face he was the only one of his coloring in a large family so dark that they were known as the Black McWhas and his temper seemed to have been chronically soured by the singularity of his type He was a good woodsman however and a good teamster and his horses followed confidently at his heels like dogs The second team was led by a tall gauntjawed oneeyed lumberman named Jim Johnson invariably known as Vallcy From the fact that his blind eye was of a peculiar blankness like whitish porcelain he had been nicknamed Wall Eye but owing to his general popularity...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

i1 c J r i 9 1 WI i > > r 11 I I = = fit J2 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 1909 i II t H I I i j N CHAPTER XXIX I Open the Safe It ffl true Bho murmured It Is I I jtruo and too horrIblo Do not believolt I said obstinate I ly It Is Impossible U Con ono deny a tact Am I n child to be solaced with smooth words I I Imro soon I must believe though God knOWB tho truth makes mo wish a hun I I jdrod times that I lay beside my poor disgraced brother i t It Is always painful to sea one whom I we respect the prey of an emotion un u I controlled It was doubly palnftrt for 1 me to see this strong woman whoso i 1 dominant quality was courage and 1 calm writhe under the blow that de 1 prived her for tho moment of all IL j ipowor to think coherently I dared fl tot tell her my bollef that I hold thes combination of tho safe and that be I i l fore many minutes were passed I might have the papers In my posses I L i 1 sJon I i The woman who tortured us both I II i ctood at tho th...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

I I l iM 111 j I s t 1I A C 7 v x tfJ i I fr r i 1 f > < 1 40 THE SUNDAY STANDARD O3DJflN UTAH S NAY MOKNING FEBRUARY 21 1909 ify T to re ru tt = II1i eaetp Ullt ltlip3 ° p3 1 I1 I1e + e t R1i b cQ t yJ 1 tlyttx E ltl I f tj e1 jgpjtl envy sus I 1 SF 1d In t I ttd ttdtr tr but gy4 bUbd ill fx dl 1 f tt Sorlr gutty atty I o r tt y ow mu ftCt 1113 IOa1 tat t ttafi afi > JtYJll al Qa Jail f I 9 t ce to Ill blG aakr bat Iona iJSYtI 1 LE liyurr1 r1 SCI RfI3 lk a kart Re E e sttfal Tte bd S 3 pre lrolal a sB ojTt oter ro1 post IonZ Urti TeTa e the nlhe ill t P1eu t 3tbs iL t s iroel gIt4 IA t jhe Vca IRCf la ycOfy theft role 1I the a1pltt4 e ora 1 DA stlba dlf A iittc SBt f t I r Geor e shin ton Architect and g r r t vs < r 4 < < D N J z gf t74 ffi 11YlJr Efi 1 J s j I fAe nj7bo 11z TB MKRICAN people have never ceased I fffl to ndmlre the versatility of George Washington As a warrior and as a statesman alike he won fame In tho fiuperlntlvo degree and Jet It Is realized t...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

J I V L 1 < < I J I y 1a 1 I w I I I I I 14 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21 1909 t Continuod from page 12 K i aX L BY lHllRFJEiDY 1RSEY I qz1zw7Jk4 I tJ D4PzW CtW2 CHAPTER XXX Continued The papers from the safe did you Fay asked Helena In slow wonder Terhaps 70U know that I was im prisoned In the room yonder It took g me three hours to loosen the bar of U r tho window I made my way round the eloping roof of the towers by the stone gutter to tho window of that other room Tho window waopou When I gained It and was abOut to entor It I Baw this man whom I be llored to bo your brother Jnter the room bolt the door behind him kneel I at tho safe open It and abstract from It a packet of papers which he now J I bos in his pocket 1 If Forbes had expected Helena to 1 i be dumfounded at this surprising 1 news his wish was gratified But it I wan wonder tempered with infinite Joy f The papers that convicted her brother jj of guilt had been rescued from the I F cruel clutc...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

f I jCb ear a ba oRi ad 0 2 rs1 1tIi Ii TIre3 ui rhe 0 mnrer rer to 0 01 im ir te I I bt IL Id I i4 ul the II r th 13ol 0tt ifHi CII 1CC apt el th9 01 a Ic tb cc I Im t1e 01 bd taI m I 1 tIJ m P Sal I I I 1111 jif i I I f J i j r I r 6 lll 1 Lco < ft < f > T < > 1 q T V r S c I THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 21 1909 j jr r = y THINGS OFTERESTTOWONEN I eM rs ustwed Gets it BadJ r0 T was not entirely by chance that Mr T Justwed como borne from tho office Tcry early In tho afternoon It wan pot by chance either thnt lira Jnstwed happened to bo out for Mr Juotwcd with the canning Ingenuity upon which be always prided himself had arranged It that Mrs Juntvrcd would not know of fU early homocoming There wore varl pas things In tho air which eeomed to llgnlfr that there was something doing Mr Jnetwed after searching every rpom In the apartment to make BUTO thnt Mrs Jnstwed wan not at home picked up tho receiver from the telephone nnd obtained Iho desir...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

J J j vi 2T d = C f H h q 11 I 1 THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY r MORNING FEBRUARY 21 1900 sly v t I I R1IS PQOMI ES I i PRIrIG 4J fl s LOBED r S AIT DIJ C eZ 1 A 1 dep WEf t L y Y 4 ASerwzceable r J i A Smart Tailored Suit Always Good Economy The Knack I Ii i 1 i r I of Cutting a Smart Skirt New Coats Do Not Define f I the Figure Back Comes the Polonaise IIIFJE the retail shops nro still I W exploiting bargains in furs and and now and elect make winter II i habiliments eminently comfortable nqd satisfactory behind the scenes the spring r I I machinery Is whirling nt full speed r All the summer plank have now been j laid Buyers hero returned from abroad with brains teeming with now Ideas and I pecking boxes heaped with fresh spring I like Paris wearables and fabrics Tullors If here are prepared to furnish next sum i I mers costumes along the prescribed tines I and already vanguards of the couilug styles are to bo seen displayed In high I I class shops The woman who must study...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

I G t i ryL ti r F F i 3 l PH e of + ll I glTen h the all tali t mldtl t fetti t a tr1e preei tht lrr erp ter l fl IrYilt berat t Itahis llae till UttOai t tl L oltt r lt obalr toatb rt ICtt Inn e + mairij rta aj A ct ltd reen uty ffit6 t ex artu h d f1 akftii aot gIm ae bfItl Chris C ItC c1 os Ili trlrrftr Uar b of i0r C1 ralouletu eared tiff te fur L a apiLi Mt0af1 Irnmlib fo Itt n 02 it ter le lt this lc i1 sJ 1 cultfrock frock IL tbIIls rap 6 t nuIct cii froc red itTO1 c hair s 4 dt of iu gilt Fitt f rt ur IIDU lU bICon itl t coal ill bf iCect collar dfi d fah and II pale ani eUC1r n all I i Tstar pt tht that i a brLt4 l renfi t 1roatb to Mt bctt ti tltte Drj v 1005 e Ce 1t1r < < S 4 Sudc gC11t r8 Ihedt11 CU11 lrtr noct L 1C or the paabN IDstJlntnl ntltt 1 if rdeltqKl fdleKC l feet1tc 441 tlcjaC tttk fad pr tt r biJ b II to n llIc r4Jd Ccf r 1 t 1 c 1 If leda csr r Icnl lltp f ne llJdt iJl Ia CAlel rc n udcnt Ji s r h w J I I i u put1 i E r 1 d acd t r st bit rtt i tl1nrJ ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

j 1 Lc T 7Tj t < I f l i I Ii I I I fI i I 1 I I r 1 1 1 0 At I = 6 6 6 A ft 4 A 4 4 a 1 a I 4 G e I llff ilj ftlil TENTONS SURPRISE L tI I ED TENTON threw the J dainty note into tho 4 fire and reflectively I 4 watched the tinted sheet blacken and fin ally disappear Theres an end to I that ho said half aloud I guess maybe i Ill marry Mary Horton 1 after all I 4 For a person who p boa Just been refused by tho daugh i ter of a nearmillionaire he smiled rather ploanantly True Miss Horton had for less money than Miss Mainwarlng whoso lettcr had Just served to feed tho flames but Tonton was rnther glad that things had turned out as they had f A somewhat conceited person ho bad not enjoyed eating tho humble I plo which Miss Malnwurlng fed hor admirers nnd smiled comfortably as ho ¼ recalled his easy triumph with fj Mary Horton three Hummers before I She hud been just budding Into wo I manhood then and she had already c given promise of being a beauty Her father was rich as riches went ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

I I ivlns oft 3boj a ttaf = makls1 I I tellt ourlh a t1 tots I S Ithatrlt thei > i Az h I iepel 111 F t0yltl 0 o TC a QUFi haps Ipl t lom0t dear m thljt Iou olt tolteir y o161i llro la L Ti lo > I nl anti ll Itoallp a Irnej rch ar r ttiltl1 light k std rlu turlil 1 t f 1 shedt 1 oclth hadtr b5iaala cdsiriri mord41 mcthilb vfattl Id firs If on lt dear t his aey + t pc I foa I 60th d rho hail j tonal haver that I the IKSI ust tool IraajS Scd lx 4 i II9 L1jl1S s tiCs dues toll r I6 LC L Ibutlaar I pit C C 110t1C sum ash urta dplcndld ntaintd of ra paid ddt ail I tIY 1 ncd1 IQglu4 tai glu4 p tk9th hOst crt heap I f5 a on1Y IiaPPU lh d i tslt t rclIgno ed t > to halt bnck lit tees a 111 rin I tit glo e th i t n aCCOigt that 1 w11ji PF nbtl Ue tfG or d fit lloi ttio o he 6 I 1 i j i I I FAJg ro J f r I 1 1 i 1 jo < 1 I I I I t wtf Sl t c7 r I JJNTY i ACE k V ORIC J = tow I 1A1MS2 LACE WORK 0 Below Are Given Directions ton AlQking All the Illus trated Patterns Tho Irish laco co...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 February 1909

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