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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 28 February 1909

a u Y t 11 p 1f i < 1 ht > f 61 i I FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES i FORECAST D > t r Advertisements Do That Advertisers Examiner Know Bring TH 1 MOR NlrNG E I AMINERUTAH WIAREBE WEATHER THAT FAIR SUN THE DAY AND MONDAY Results Try It tt AND OGDEN STANDARD es I VOL YINO 59 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 28 1909TWENTY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS I qp l DIVISION I i I I I Of NAVY H ASKE 0 i rrr Amendment to Keep One Half of Navy on Pacific I Coast TloX r S rlq s Washington Feb 27The senate today agreed to a partial report of apt tM the conferes on the naval appropria ° Citl tion bill The amendment authoriz ing the President to divide the navy I so as to keep onehalf on the Pacific coast Is still In dispute and the senate Instructed Its conlercs to insist upon lie retention i In submitting the plan tho Presi dent says ter Nothing drastic Is recommended ns to the bureaus or other agencies by means of which the purely business I ulgb affairs of the nay department are tyta ...

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. — 28 February 1909

4 It L I i I 1C 2 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 1909 I D OCLETY1 L 8 fu I I Mr D R Wheelwright has returned t from a trip to California Col E Roblnoon of Minneapolis Is spending a few days in Ogden I I Mrs A W Walker visited relatives In Coalvtllo during the past week Louis Lapp of Baker City visited Ogden friends during tho past week A B Tabor and wlfo of Elko Nov visited friends In Ogden during tho week Mr and Mrs R B Porter have re turned from a pleasant trip to Port land Mr and Mrs Charles Holllngsworth spent pnrt of the week In Salt Lake City Mrs W L Wottis was hostess at an I Informally arranged afternoon affair on Friday Miss Mildred Taylor entertained tho I members of her sewing clubon Wed nesday afternoon I t Mrs William H Eccles entertained tho members of her sewing club on Friday afternoon Miss Ella Mitchell was given a sur prise on Friday evening by about 20 of her young friends Tho Tolntol circle will moot with Mrs Bassctt not Tuesday afternoon at 1...

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. — 28 February 1909

I I s I A U I T j p > < t 1 II 4 1 ti A v THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAtf SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 1909 3 II rl A T n F This Opportunity Passing i V ct Your chance at saving money at this I t Great ease xplrlng Saie f > l 1 ov rii J < < k t t t rl i f F Af f f2 ti i t Jr 1t 1L if t f i > > Wr W4 t is slowly SliPPi g from under Jj Do You Want To Save Are You An Economic Man ° Why no get busy Well save YOu a lob of money Today will show you prices at their lowest ebb 1b n I Come early as we will be very ffiisye Everything goes for man or boy to wear II r 19 II curb 11 I eT hit t p P 11 H E T O G G E R y I I I I 1 1111 vi It of t 8 t 1 A J 1for 5 firftf f np lytir Ei t i If d 1 t l ik i J 1 i 01 n 1 t i W I t rt f I I lIlOft 1 comdd rlih A P 9A o R ° I A rwfe5 S 40 c J rYvv < 0 y < 9T O N yLW dedri oo 4 SPORT a L r a z o i 400 Obt 4 OG < aOQ8 40446 41 i K I It Wcktx n K English Fighter May aid Dsf Defeat Bat Nelson to i y serriM I Will Battling Nelson fight aga...

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. — 28 February 1909

r j IS t I 0 i w T r < J I rJr < 4 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 1909 TUr KAMINER Publlehed Every Day In the Year by Wm Glacmann Enterod as secondclaw matter 4 tho Poctoflicc Ogden Utalu under Act of Congress Communications to this paper are limited to 200 words SUBSCRIPTION RATES Delivered by Carrior In O < len City Including Sunday Morn Ins Examiner In advance BOo At cud of month 75o Single copies 5 ° j BY MAIL IN ADVANCE The Examiner Is sent by ciall I outside of Ogden por y < yir600 At least quarterly In advance 150 FEARLESS and INDEPENDENT The Examiner IB a Btrlclljr Inde pendent nowepapor It gives all sides an equal show I The Examiner bas no farorttea and no enemies to punish It will giro tho ncwo unbiased and un prejudiced Communication will be lecolvcd on all subjects presented In ro epectful language from kuovn Indi viduals out the true name must ne r published In full All letters and I communications signed by nom do i plumes or assumed na...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 28 February 1909

U J J i I a t 1r e I I l THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 1909 The i L j EtS Lock That Locks r 4 q The LION lock on your collar 1 keeps it from spreading Its a patented feature found only in j I fit If 66 Lion Collars Cj We have just received this new i shape Ask to see BILLY Its 4 i reversible U Double shrunk H mak e ing sizes exact Guaranteed four ply I 4 C DIVES iCo Correct ClotHes for Men Broom Hotel Corner 1 L AT THE tJJ fot GLOBE THEATRE f THE BIBLE SHEPHERD BOY J The Inspiring story of David and I Saul An Interesting theme for r parents and children Dont Miss It SAVED BY WIRELESS I Reproduction of tho collision of o the White Star Liner Republic call for help by Wireless re sponse of the ship Baltic hun 1 dreds of miles away The rescue elng Interesting program this week t Tho Globo i Ladles Wednesday matinee two prizes Childrens Candy Matinee Saturday I B RVITftSJ Buying In New York W L ad V A Burt are In Now York City where they have gono to purchase tho aP...

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. — 28 February 1909

i r t 1 T iirI 6 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 1909 lJ SHOES OF MERIT 1 r 13E well dressed Man TIm of today looks for 4 far more in a Shoe than mere durability r Nearly nil gooShoe r Manufacturers use good I lv leathers but the Shoe Making varies greatly ac1 cording to the skill of the l f craft smau What may he accom plished by skillful Work men is well shown in our Mens Shoes at JJ54 5 and 6 v i I All tho good leathers that are now In voguo in new Spring Models s Every pair of these Shops is a testimonial to the Makers r splendid ability and the Man that buys a pair of them will wear them with pride and satisfaction r j FRED M NYE CO 2413 WASHINGTON AVE j i I S r 5 I 66 WUIIE SOX 1 i M ARRIVE ii TODAY v r I I t I 1 SEC REYNOLDS RECEIVES TELE i 4 I GRAM FROM PRESIDENT j of iI I Ii 1 If Chicago Ball Twirlers to Arrange m it Game With Local Team for It March 30 II 1 I I Secretary Reynolds yesterday re I ceived a telegram from Chicago that I tho team would pass th...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 28 February 1909

I r JIll I I 1 J f < t c 7Ft > C I i b THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 1909 n < V 4J 7 I i b 11 REPREHENSIBLE ATTEMPT j i AT SALARY = RABBINfi ti 7 Prominent Attorney Condemns the Waterworks Commission Bill in Language UnmistakableWhat the Duties of a Public Of ficer Are Why the Measure Should Be Defeated i I Open Letter to the Standard fI T 1 I To tho Ogden Standard Marvelous r I as It may seem I find myself In tho main In accord with the editorial ex i pressions of the Standard In reference to tho bill now pending before the leg I islature of this state by which It Is 4II I proposed to create a commission to control our city water works system Tho proposition In tho bill as Intro duced to mako tho city attorney ex officio attorney for the commission and to pay him one hundred dollars per month for his services as such Is about tho most reprehensible attempt at salarygrabbing that I havo ever known Aside from tho litigation which was pending between the ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 28 February 1909

j 1I t 1 J If 1 Ii J LI I Y E I t J fill u no 4 1 = 8 S THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 1909 + iHHtHH + iHH + f EE = = Electric Theatre f 4 Open 6 p m tonight No 901 u J + Draws Saturdays prize I rH + tH + t + + H + h o r 0 IA 1 > I EXAMINER lElfPHONES I EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rIngs No 61 Boll Phone two ring No 60 BUSINESS OFFICE p Infi Phono one ring No 50 Re < l Phono one ring N ° 66 Hi = H IBRD1TftS = 1 Lent is here How about some nice Flnonhodlcc Edgar Jones Grocery Co Mrs Emma Smith and daughter Miss Minnlo Brown were Salt Lake L visitors last Monday p In Hess Bread you receive quality In quantity Name on every Ion Crittenton Home Board Will meet > t tho mayors office In city hall on Ionday next March 1 at 3 p m All bombers are urged to be present Just opened one barrel of salt mack rel and one bbl of Herrin They are kuQ Edgar Jones Grocery Co Default Entered Default of defend tat has been entered In the divorce 1 ulte of Madge JonesHockloy ag...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 28 February 1909

I 8f TLI I 5 l i < r j i 1 r T rl r S n fl I Part Two r THE MORNIMG EXAMINER I Pages 9 to 16 I 4I 4f I VOL VINO 59 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 23 1909 PRICE FIVE f CENTS L fim iv M f F rtJ t 0YIWi 7K i S j J5 I 1 c LG R v t A HOUSOMING ATTRACTIONS I I I j + r q r r u q r f TONIGHT WEDNESDAY THURSDAY WE ARE KING I THE RIGHT OF WAY tt I MRS WIGGS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH I I i WE ARE KING TONIGHT We Arc King with Edmund Car Toll portraying a double rolo la rich with delightful comedy Interspersed with strong dramatic situations a most beautiful love storj and just en ough romanco and pathos to plcabO the most critical This charming play th hy Lieut Gordon Kean author of Tho Magic Melody is coining to the Grand j5 tonight The scones are laid In Kahnburg a email principality In northern Gor many and tho plot hinges around tho I L I manclloiis resemblance between tile J King and a literary vagabond Brutal I and oppiesslvc tho Prime MInlstoi 1 and some of the nobility seek to d...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 28 February 1909

r IEiIi I i If I 1Q THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 1909 f Lit r 11 THEODORE ROBERTS AS JOE PORTUGAIS THE RIGHT I t OF WAY AT THE GRAND WEDNESDAY It GRACE BENHAM IN THE WEDNESDAY RIGHT OF WAY AT THE GRAND BLANCHE CHAPMAN AS MRS VIGGS IN MRS WTPr < 5 OF 111 THE CABBAGE PATCH AT THE GRAND THURSDAY ijl t II F I I I MRS WIGGS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH AT THE GRANT THURSDAY I tL I Y < + j r3 r pure genuine love In the Interim This la tho radical change from the original story and conotltutea the key note of the play Tho combat Is not tho old now one of tho new against for all time but ono of rignt against wrong as It applies to love the only thing worth while In the eyes of man MRS WIGGS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH THURSDAY Oh Lord what ecr happens keep mo from setting sour This Is ono of the many optimistic and prayerful expressions of that dear cheerful soul Mrs WIggs of the Cabbage patch who forms the central figure of that quaint character play dramatized from the book o...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 28 February 1909

I 1 ft A J I t M i j I 7 1 iC f y J lr > > i i > l 1 1 r t V to Two Pleasing Plays mported from ondonI I Fann Ward Fascinating in 66 he Lady Bantock James o I I Powers Scores In Havana 99 a RIval of 6The 1V1erry WIdow r IL From Our Now York Dramatic Corrc epondent IANNY WARD In n typical London drama Tho Now FANNY Lady Bantock and fumes T Powers In Havana the mu sical comedy flint proved sensationally successful In London equaling the voguo of Tho Merry Widow accord ing to Impartial reports are two of the prominent new metropolitan pro f ductions All of which goes to show I that the London influence on tho American adage Is undergoing no dim inution and wo may therefore expect hysterical tirades against mnnnsror who overlook homo talent tirades of which UP have had all too many of recent years Tho New Lady Banlock Is the Jerome K Jerome play that was first put on tour In thIs country under tho title of Fanny nnd tho Srrvant Problem and consists mostly of witty dialogue As I...

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. — 28 February 1909

I h TT iI r 1 12 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 1909 1 E I i I i I iI I y771L2 JW m i zZ7Jk 7 CHAPTER xxxi continued i I Then where I demanded Impa tiently J It must be from one of the win i dows of tho story below i Well we shall soon sec I poised myself to clamber through I the window on the brood stono gutter I aloug which Captain Forbes must have made his way Then I hesitated What You are afraid cried tho i woman fiercely if so I will go m y Il I No I am not afraid I replied with deliberation I am wondering what 1 J they will think when they come from the oratory presently to find me gone She will think that I am your accom r plice I 1 can easily toll the truth if They will scarcely believe you Shall T or shall I not tell them of t Ferdinands danger But will they bollovo you While you hesitate Prince Ferdinand may be assassinated In this a time for expla r nations Say that tho fools persist In misunderstanding you It Is only a question of an hour or two at th...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 28 February 1909

i A r It 1 k e I I > r i i Af 1t 1 l i 1 1 1 Af 4 V I J INI fl ThAircI5 LYNDE tl M t E was oiling around on the 519 when Althca first saw him and he was not very pretty 19 look at There is or there II may be a sort of artistic fulness in blue denim overclothcs and a mechanics cap but the bigboned thinfaced young man who was jabbing the snout of the oilcan into the vitals of the tenwheeler had missed it His overalls which were as much to large circumfcrcntially as they were lacking in length were innocent of soap and water his jumper was little more than a greasy rag and to complete the motley he was wearing a cap which was the latest wrinkle in golf headgear VicePresident Lockharts private car Nadia was coupled in the rear of Number Five and at the breakfaststation stop three members of the party Miss Lockhart the vicepresident and Mr Bain bridge Brockton had descended to take the fresh morning air on the platform After a few turns up and down beside the Nadia Miss Althea had sai...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 28 February 1909

1r h 1 j < n 7 L w ill H 1 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN U1AH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 1909 I vX J t XiCXXXJXv I T I I 11 j J arXlan e Chib Socialists i f t + Any qucGtlon concerning Social 1 Ism answered Address all com t munlcatlonc to K S Milliard x 436 Hcrrlck Avenue I t I + HH HII I PROHIBITIONISM AS ENTERING I WEDGE I IlUhcrlo Prohlbltlonlsm scorned l good only to Illustrate several correct Socialist Incites of economics by means of the absurd economic princi ples that the Prohibition movement I advanced Some recent events cul I minating with the action of the Ten nessee lower house In passing a dras tic Prohibition bill over the governors veto have afforded prohlbilionlsm the opportunity to prove that it is good for pome other purposes besides helping to demonstrate by contrast the sound I ness of a nuinbor of Socialist economic tenets Prlhlbltlonlsm now steps for ward In no less valuable a capacity i than that of furnishing the thin edge I to the wedge of Social revolution ad I vo...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 28 February 1909

I l s I I I r I I I r 1 V Vt 7 ior f w t 7 j uu1 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 1000 I J5 OgdenBusiness Directory Advortlaemonts In thin column cost 76c per line por month payable In trtr van co AnythlngEvorythlngBel333 t 27A Fruit Farm N Ogden for trade PlatlngOutQt Smokestack BoothsKtc 23tf ABSTRACTORS Tho D W Bills Abstract Company i Inc Ucensed and Bonded Abstractor of Title to any land In Weber county Office under First Natl Bonk t ATTORNEYSATLAW e A Q HORN AttornoyalLaw Offices over Bad te cono Drug Store I seek the buelness JJ against all of all parties am attorney I I corporaUons and monopolies Prepared to transact any and all kinds oZ legal c trainees E T Hulanlskl AttorneyatLaw Rooms 407408 First National Bank a building General practice S T CORN ATTORNEYATLAW C 207208 First Nat Bank Bldg t Joseph Chez Attorney and Coun tl color at Law 40 and 41 First National n Bank Bldg Ogden Utah Both phones Notary K S Farnsworth Attorney at Law 1G 1 314 and 315 Eccl...

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. — 28 February 1909

1 Y t > t r 7 T i iJ I A h t I THE SUNDAY STANDARD 06BEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING EBBBTIART 28 1900 r I I t tAn ECC1QSiastio I I I tole Effect vrth I i liyteE e 1 1W I The Inauguration ball Ke 1 J vives Interest in Evening Wear Peeps at Cos tumes to be Worn How i to Wear the Hair by Gas I light American Beauty Rose the Color of the d Moment CEBYTIIING for evening wear Is a E sparkle now with light nod agleaJu I with rich color Pastel tint used I I as backgrounds become wonderful color effects br their orcrdraporlcs of neten crusted with Jewels sequins bend em broideries and the lllie Faceted Jet or naments Tie with rhlnesloncs to add to tJ tho sclntllitlon And gorgeous Amerlcnn Beauty chadcs peacock blues nud emur aid greens nrn crowding out Iho faint colorings until verily one bcllovca tlipt I the big band nt tbo forthcoming Inaugural ball will ho no more nudlblc than some of tho gowns that will bo worn by the fair dancers Of course every woman who Is bid I den or by hook or crook se...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 28 February 1909

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Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 28 February 1909

c I 011lllffJ H cIll2 zZ1J odfFillIk Jlm d i = TALL TH USEfUL HINTS 1 ii LATEST fOR THE 1 v77ie2iiOUWIF FA HBONS HOUJ5EWIFf l = SUGGBSTIONS FOR WEDDING GIFT I I I trtL 1 VIRTUES 0 Salt can al most bo regarded as a 1 panacea eo many and vurlod aro its uses Itcleanses the palate aud furred e i tonguo mid a garglo of alit und I water IB often efficacious A pinch Of salt on the tonguo fol r i lowed ten minutes afterward by a I 1 drink of cold water often cures a wick I headache It hardens gumo nmkos I teeth whlto and sweetens the breath Cut flowers may he kept fresh by adding salt to the water I Weal ankles should be rubbed with a solution of Kilt water and alcohol I Bad colds hay favor and kindred affections may bo much relieved by I using fine dry salt like snuff Dyspepsia heartburn and indiges I tion are relieved by a cup of hot water In which a Binall spoonful of salt has been moltod Salt and water will sometimes revive vive an unconscious person whon hurt f if other remedies aro no...

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. — 28 February 1909

I IL I 0 i I Ji j I i < f > > > i 7 v r 1 > t 7 A 3 h zW m l lFu fllhciltf l7Jlif1 l S I I I Z < I 1 lJ e l J EM ta 1 C H ICE I l > T G IM s If > 1 4 1 iI 4 iI v 1i j i Hi 1j t 0 1 I iq 1J n oj 1 U j 1 HE wax such a cur lotto figure as she en tered tho store that tho mage loafer perched on boxes and barroU broko off tholr ease dlscourso i to Bturo at her I Time drctfa she wore looked ns if it had liodii made of gunny wicks and hOI long unkept hlacli Imlr hung In earning locks that almost hId n fteo besmear ed with bent and berry stains for she had jilnl como from tho berry pas ture t Bluebrv Km a1 alto had already been nicknamed was n newcomer at Tuckers Terry vlllugo Slle lived with bur old father In it sort of shtnk I uj In tho bluoooriy barrens abovo Q the mage find cunlo down only to Lt bring her palla of borrloa an alto pick x ed them r The NlllagniB not being nblo to re glean any ItifortlHillOn about their mio new neighbors beyond their names had Ingeni...

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. — 28 February 1909

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Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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