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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 7 March 1909

it i J r 1JJ rJL r L 1 t Ji 1 srY FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES 11 r FORECAST ls Do Advertisers Know M UTAH WEATHER That Examiner OWTHE M ORNINIG EXAMINER Advertisements Bring I INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER WILL BE FAIR SUN Results Try It DAY AND MONDAY AND OGDEN STANDARD i r VOL VINO 66 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 7 1909 TWENTY PAGES f PRICE FIVE CENTS I I r l f PROMINENT i WOMAN IN 3 CUSTODY 4 1 Taken From Ocean Liner r On Complaint of Actor William Stuart Now York March 6Mrs Ethel Martha Clam said to ho wealthy and prominent in social circles bore was + arrested today as she was about to i I nail for Europe on the Atlantic trans I port steamer Mlnnehaha on com plaint of William Stuart an actor who charged her with alienation of T hit wifes affections In the affidavit accompanying the complaint Mr Stuart who demands damages of 50000 alleged that his wife was being taken to Europe by Mrs Clarey against his consent I A number of letters which Mr Stu art declares were...

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. — 7 March 1909

t L II 1 L c Ii Ufl H r r 1 1 J I I i r t I If i THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 7 1909 = = 2 j L It UjOCLETY JI I i J z I = = I j I 11 Mr nnd Mrs E F Bratz havo re j t turned from an eastern trip The Martha Society will meet with 4 I 1 j I Mr E M Conroy at two oclock IJ I Monday afternoon d Mia Merle Corey of Salt Lake City o frienjo and relatlvoe was a guest of j t i l In Ogden this week i H J K Blflhop a prominent G A R veteran of PrOvo was In Ogden for a I I j short time on Friday t J T Young formerly of Ogden but now of Pocatollo Idaho spent a few Ii 1 days thin week In Ogden 1i 1i O L Jackson of Salt Lake City was I j the guest of his sister Mrs S B I Good of Ogden this week i Tne marriage of Miss AudrAY Eli j sabeth Dalton to Steve Blair will take j place March 10ln Salt Lake City i I Mr and fraWF Murphy of Po I I catello visited friends In Ogden this I I weok on their way to San Francisco I H I The Child Culture club met Taw I I day at thtj home of Mrs Pope for ...

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. — 7 March 1909

r I A i li J f > m J < 1 1i I r > C THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 7 1909 3 O > ot C O1Y2oJ + Q 0 V + 5 5 SPOiT C r > H 9 > < > < 2 4 < o > Mo Q > < > > Matthewson Tens of the ireat Batters Boston March IChrist Malhcw son the giant New York National pitcher and now coaching the Har vard twirlers went Into a general criticism the groat batsmen whom he has faced In his career today The heavy hitter says Matty Is most feared for his ability to break up games The place hitter Is feared with men on bases as he can work the hit and run and squeeze plays or ad vance the base runner by bunting at the most unexpected times Of course In any criticism of bats men of the present day I am limited I to my own experience In the National I league except in the worlds cham I pionship series of 1905 when 1 pitched against the Athletics who failed to do much hitting In the entire series When pitching against a great hataiuan a pitcher can brin...

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. — 7 March 1909

i L > J 1I Hd1 I I 4 0 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 7 1909 cli I I II mt tXAMiNER L I i Published Every Day In the Year 1 by Wm GIiminn I matter t 1 Entered as oeconclclacs f I tho Poatofflce Ogden Utah under 1 I Act of Congress I I I I Communications to this puper arc Ii Hmited to 200 words I I I I SUBSCRIPTION RATES I I Delivered by Carrier In Olen i I I City Including Sunday Morn I Ing Examiner In advance 50o I I At end of month The f 50 I Single copies H H BY MAIL IN ADVANCE i t The Examiner la oont by in all 1 outflldo of Ogdon por year 600 I I At leoat quarterly In advinco 150 1 j FEARLESS and INDEPENDENT The toxnmluer Is a otrtclly inde I j II pendent newspaper It Rlvoa all sldca an equal show I The Examiner flag no favorites c and no enemies to punish ft Mil f give tho news unbiased and un prejudiced I Communication will hn iccolved on nil subjects presented In rp I apcctrul language from kuovn Inch vlrlualo out the true name must ni published In full All ...

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. — 7 March 1909

j 1 1 I A I r T 1 l > > L I > I j r i rtf t THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UlAH SUNDAY MARCH 7 1909 f S b r 1 d 1 S sin j eke r 1ge LE i l ESTED I unchfnr i en1r i T 4 I > s r clu outsider i 1 WhOIir7 to oo n on ther tails 01 i Iy weIF ate foie bin theJfi 111 onteml moters rid the j ally at rq s and i 1616 i andlln r enterjt f l many I R 1 nERCE 1 hamber evening ci lilnctor c ceivlng i omnill f regular J i dent1 y t t 1 I i f < I N AN E tJi whdy < i on 4 j17 uet j171 uetwhesO f Is reo raece rho Igo t The tion or been a I n sea to 3tt i Judge he Re hlghl for id its bo aJ ed 1 r 111wiit one 1 II f1 u 1 Ilti w 11 n d bY dornS D Elal lye gal InchinG ts end tl pats PO r j i 1 AT THE GLOBE ROBINHOOD You have read It Dont fall to GOO It A Good Story AND THE COAT CAME BACK The funniest thing yot All about a district Judge HYPNOTIC SUBJECT 1 THOMAS BIRTHDAY AN INDIAN ROMANCE THE MAN MONKEY AntiDarwin Theory All strong features THE GLOBE I GREVTIi s Appraisers NamedT A Whaen A D...

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. — 7 March 1909

f rJ > i r I 1 if i 6 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAROH 7 1909 1 j = I PRESIDENT TAFT ISSUES A itl CALL FOR A SPECIAL I = j SESSION OF CONGRESS 1 1 I Ii Date ofConvening Is March 15 but the Object for Which tis Called Is t Not MentionedChief Executive Requires All Members of t F I Congress to Meet at the Capitol on That i i I I I Extraordinary Occasion tL fi M I Washington March President t i faCt today Issued a call for a special f session of tho sixtyfirst congress to jt I convene March 15 The call docs not l mention the object for which the spec I ial session Is called i i I No nominations were made by tho I 1 President today I i Tho following IB the text of the I i call By the President of the United I States of America I I A Proclamation 1 I Whoras as public interests require J j i I ENJOY ABLE H EVENT OF Hu YEAR i fWENTYTHIRD ANNUAL RE 1 UNION OF CHILD FAMILY I II I i i Family Traced Back to Benjamin J i Child Who Emigrated to America In 1830 1 i I 1 j i I The tw...

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. — 7 March 1909

1 I I f r aIr VQU t like lIne M 15 ii H Jr I t e EOrij of It fa1e t llStoi n arsi ltB t IO H ujl ItlnnC11 7 ted t r In l She iii j l bet ICow f J h ftf hat ili OPl t Mi i il Ihf i r dg c that eft h 1b1 Ing S ILl rn J T IIIN fgU I SJIi J i i1tL j i so s s 5043 5Q SO 4 > JIII 253 25 jl 10 t5 3o 1 lQ lO I1 21 25 3Jl 0 4f1J 75 50 501 3 90 10 lt Z5 Z5 11 3 51 5O f O 0 I 00 ili 00 i 0 d petct peCtrI p f v I ALE 1 iHTi r I 1 doi Ni bin front of C 1o lO tt 0 n c loFt 30J ort I lPAN Y 1 S 10 a I c m i r J I l h < I P m THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 71909 of I I I gdenBusiness Directory AdvcrtlHciuonta In this column coal Sc per line per month payable In acV Vance ANYTHING Everything Bell VM 32lt j ABSTRAOTORS Tho D W Ella Abstract Company Inc Licensed and Bonded Abstractors of Title to any land In Weber county Office under FIrSt Natl Bank ATTORNEYSATLAW A G HORN AttorneyatLaw Offices over Bad cons Drug Store I seek the business of all parties am attorney against all corp...

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. — 7 March 1909

f j I i TI r1 Ulir H 9 i t II 3 3 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 7 1900 = = 1 J J < p iiiiIi t j EXAMINER TELEPHONES J I I EDITORIAL ROOMS 1 I Ind Phone two ring No B 1 4 I Boll Phone two ring No BB I j BUSINESS OFFICE IrvC Phone one ring No 58 Self Phono one ring No 68 ai It I 11 I 11H I L j II L BREVITIES i Now Hair Dressing aud Manicuring S Parlors Miss Anna Hunter formerly I of Salt Lake will open a Manicuring t and Hair Dressing Parlor beginning f J I Monday morning Miss Hunter has J 1 I Lad considerable experience In this = I line and will no doubt bo able to i ti please tho ladles of Ogden Her par f 1 lors will bo on the second floor ot Wrights Store Ii j Will Speak at Methodic Church I Rev Geo D Peacock Jr Held agent i of the American Sunday School Union i il will preach at the Methodist church Sunday evening at 710 oclock Mr F t i I Peacock is engaged In establishing 1 Sunday schools over Utah and Idaho I J I I and acordial Invitation Is extended to all to ...

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. — 7 March 1909

U s a 77c I 1j Jl t k I i l > l I r t > I Part Two I TtiE MORNING EXAMINER 1 Pages 9 to 16 I Ji VOL VINO 66 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 7 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS 4 I J Y = rGRAND OPERA HOU3ECOMNG A T i x Il v l 2 GJ 2 S II v t 1 T I WEDNESDAY MARCH 10 LILLIAN RUSSELL IN THE RACING COMEDY SUCCESS WILDFIRE h4T r1a riwADwn s 1ThT9M71 = YJSTCIr r JO r orl r l = N L r p pI E 6 w A t C I 1C rah i r i lr r1t h L ti 1 cc 1lnt nt ate at a i ea f t I I ju the td I I 1Lf f h ilt luf i t ° nsl f > m tz RtI 3 I I LILLIAN RUSSELL AT THE GRAND WEDNESDAY I LILLIAN RUSSELL AT THE GRAND WEDNESDAY I LILLIAN RUSSELL AT THE GRAND WEDNESDAY I 3tr > r 1 r I j > r Ira I 1 traGt aGt = = SttH LILLIAN RUSSELL WEDNESDAY sUI IS Lillian Russell will ho tbo attrac I lion at Ogden on Wednesday h arch 10th when feho will offer lei tltcinjjfr = time hor great rn lng comedy succor Wlldfiro bj Gcnrgo DroaillniMl and r 1 Gcorgo V Hobart at In thin pleco t 10 famous American tt beauty has scored th...

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. — 7 March 1909

r J S J J I I I i I r + i + 14 + 0 + 4 4 + + + + + t IE t I Current News nQCriticism Drama an Sport r r L J w f f n nk + 1 A V MI5S MARLOWE U9 cl cT A5 YVETTESAY5 V alt Au FAREWELL TO THE rJ a J a 0 a 4 t d OdCI d O d lJ4 r BARONAtS Tflfy G D ct Julia Marlowe Conquers I I In The Goddess of Reason From Our Now Yorlc Dramatic Corro cponJent j HEN a moroso Danish WHE exclaimed Tho plays tho thing he had 1 not seen Julia Marlowe In Tho Goddess of Reason If ho had ho would havo said The stars the thing tho play la secondary While It IB true that Mary Johnston I play now at Dals theater 13 ono of considerable merit tho superb artistry I of Miss Marlowe rises when she wills to overshadow Interest In tho thread of tho narrative of tho French peasant i t girl who loved only to lose who ro belled only to fall through rebellion who suffered only to dlo As a drama of tho French revolution The Goddess of Reason paints a thor oughly representative picture of those troublous times when life libert...

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. — 7 March 1909

III l = llJ = i 1 < tft trf > 1 3 t tfJi11t7 Wi y I + I c cva 2 r 0 I I 0 d p v 0 p tJ I Q 4 oo Q 0 a Q o t p p 0 0 D o r f H E house was one 9f a brick row in an nn J prclcntious street of a manufacturing rJr city a street given to clouds of dust in drotuht and amazing depths of mud in tims of rain Outwardly the house was likcinyonc of its halfdozen neighbors Within there was little enough of originality dis played to make ore doubt that its furnishings sug gested those of itt counterparts to right or left It was only when one passed through the kitchen and emerged on the steps that led to the region known as the back yard that tile note of distinction was sounded As far indeed s dimensions and clothespoles were concerned the yard was precisely and mathe matically like any one of the row but where the others were given or chiefly to straggling growths of vine and weed rith here and there a neglected plant this one boasted of a welltended border circling I cir cling three side...

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. — 7 March 1909

J iiim = fit S I t j 12 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 7 1909 011 I J t 111 i I JI I I I 1 I I I I n I i r s I 1 iL 1 = t t J I r TARTHUR HENRY 1Y I j 11 f lv I If CHAPTER XXXV Continued f I I f That is not necessary assured 4 11 Starva Let all theno candles bo 4 I snuffed except those In tho candelab I tr rum that stands at the head of tho f I I etalrcaso Bring your man Jacques i I to that point and no farther We t II shall see him but ho will not be able I i 4 to seo us t j t Fortune was favoring us Indeed 1Ii II Locko and I silently bestirred our I eslvos Now at last had como tho I r moment for action But utlll another i I grumbled and Btlll fortune favored I us i That Is all very well objected IB natloff And porhaps a traitor may H etriko a blow In the dark I for ono j 4 refuse to gratify the curiosity of Kuhn f In this matter I But Stnrva was determined to i have his way I To prevent that ho answered 1 each of no will lay his weapons on I the table at the end of t...

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. — 7 March 1909

l 11 U I w 01 I I Jf r it15c > 8X 7 > I i T 1 < tric l > 1J f > 1 T t II It THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUSJKDAY MOBNINCr MAUGJEE 7 1009 r i II M Z Lff A A r td Alw AlBrVJ A ILl 1iYr 1 IlfiOIF O W = c I I f 1iY5gV UllfL ff6VtfLLf y 1 OF R2TPc2I7T OZJpfJ V > S < 1 = > JtLra = < 1iI C 91 1 I Ze rrln i chtcYhtd for an CloSClPnff N n retrospect of the year IOCS prob IN ably tile most striking thing about the period will be the wonderful ndvnnro made In tho sphere of aerial navigation In no preceding period of equal length line ono fraction of tho accomplishments of 1003 been achieved New records for distance height and practically every thing else wcro made and feats per formed which von ono year previous would have been deemed tho ravings of an unbalanced mind More flights were made In every part of the world In every conceivable typo of aircleaving machine and the public nt large began to respect the propbecles of those who foretold a practical utilizatio...

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. — 7 March 1909

f CI l J I ls 4 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 7 I 1900 L 0 P I I Jd1LJ + ILLLo Y r r rr 4 f H UNION LABOR 11 I DEPARTMENT y y tx + x f Under the Auspices Address all Communications to T c of the W M PIGGOTT Editor + I j f OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 375 Twentyfourth Street TJ H + + + + t + 4 WOMANS POWER It has been said that The hand that rocks the cradle Is the hand that I J rules tho world It may be said that I this statement at least In a general cense is abnolutely true The child I being thrown more constantly In tho cocloty of tho mother naturally par takes moro of her Influence1 than that of tho father She teaches tho baby feet to walk the little tongue to prattor tho mother Who brushes care from the little brows soothes I the wounded feelings and kisses the smart from the bruise nwnthe mother From babyhood to childhood I and through youth to young man and I womanhood tho mother Is most sought 1 after for pity and sympathy for coun ncl and advise And so we see the gr...

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. — 7 March 1909

I 0 J 1J Lc j I c h = < q tJ f Yr < I a J f f t r < t51 f > I W r1 f 7 I < j I I 11 Y t T a h r i VM v hr 1 r r j J J I I J I J L I i IQlolk i 4 r I I 1 Itt kDJj Tai t hjs 4 1 M a A aer 1 Jo 1 dua = l aril ii J I 4 t bay a t t C + 1t r trf Lt II 1Po 8 tF 9 C z rpmlr G mime t1l 3y111 m tr i i alit llr tctJii u f 111 f Mt MtIi 1 Ji1rlALUYO 017 CfflEfiY CISTPATEIffOF 7CE Z5pljjzzJabP 7ycrf > J olLLp lioooc r UMjJ L I I HD Amcrlcnu republic us becomes l n nation with supposedly democratic Ideals In not much given to that pomp and splendor which characterizes the ceremonies nt monarchial courts Nevertheless tho sovereign people and the notional government do cooperate once every tour years to produce on Im pressive spectacle that In Imposing pa geantry Is quite the peer of any state function to bo witnessed anywhere In the world Tho occasion for thin climax ut popular display la tho Inauguration of n newlyelected president of the United States and since there Is always ...

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. — 7 March 1909

LJ = T J 4 t mt 1 tI I I fi i I I j A M JII J TTTE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 7 1909 v O rrgatlbt7v ° A Little Cap TOP Coffee I t I in One oom 1 I I I j What the Easier Trousseau Must Include I m The Traveling Gown Must Be Incon 1 i I spicuous Something Besides a 1 I Kimono for Breakfast Wear I 0 I I lIE brldpn arc having their hour now I II I CriB every hand one meets thom and i I bless youone couldnt miss tbem t I They nro to be recognized In n minute by their happy faces by the plump pocket 1 book they carry and by tho extravagant I l fallals they gleefully purchase with evi dently no twinges of the unpleasant economy prick The little Easter brides 1 It hi sorely good to sea them In tholr I youth nnd prettlness nnd happiness for i nowIt8 tho dainty Indian lyric goes The young preen grays Is springing t t And tho marriage month Is drawing very ncnr Only One AVciltUnjc Drcnn In n I lifetime l A woman may be nmrrlcd as many times as she pleases In those advanced...

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. — 7 March 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. — 7 March 1909

j LL Iii F I t I i i A PAGe POR MILADY I > 1 f 1 t l i I I J I 11 0 I I 0 J I I I c = f f I r I a I USES OF BURLAP i Next to leather Itself nothing In 4 more useful for covering shirtwaist I 1 and other utility boxes than burlap I I I Then too If the color selected har ii monizes with tho color scheme of the i room It combines beauty with use fulness Tho edges of tho box should be finished off with linen braid of tho color of the burlap iind held In I place bybutton tnckB Hath the braid I Il and the tacks may be Bought of any J upholsterer or In any diuprry de J partment of any gcncrhl filrhlRhing tore Burlap can be Used with eplendld effect for portieres Wlioid nil Inex pensive yet attractive nmlcilal IB desired A running Mlcmcllcd design around the bottom and tip the sides would give tho needed decoration I e For packing glass clilnn and orna ments a roll of tlosllo imor is In I t valuable t I Dress and blouse clOeVCS should bo stuffed with soft pilpbr nild a shoot I or It plac...

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. — 7 March 1909

I 1E ectt Ii 1th rufi Tflp ti l y 1cI 1 Lk3 p iF4 eL Or4 1ltt 1 W eneet eetfr fr j I ei t c c y r n a I J Li A itff I r t > I S ft ti H 1 t f t r Ir < I It j t OUR r ICTIO AGAZIN I i II I I i FOOLiNG BLAIR j EVERYBODY thought 1 that Jack Blair had r 1 iho Inside track with j the Storys from gruff I old William Story to > Inqulbltlvo Blllj Story Z to say nothing of Mrs Story and Bell herself fI and It wftfc the Inside i track with Bell that Jack ought k c Fred Wldmcr paRed him close for advantage but lllnlr was the more popular with the ulilefft as h6 watt Independently rich and Fred was dependent upon tllrt salary lie received as manager for the Auto matic machine company It was not a very largo enlrtrj an yet for the coihpaiiy Was rl new ono and though It socmed duotlncil lo icv olulIOnizo certain lines of Industry with the application of Its new meth ods the Industries as yet had ic fused to he revolutionized and tho fight promised to he a long hard otic Blair counting up...

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. — 7 March 1909

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Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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