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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 March 1909

t d 2 t 1 I > > 0 n c i r > v I O < ft JI I i < i j T FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES FORECAST I mFORECAST I Advertisers Know UTAH WEATHER Do vertisers now r r l I Advertisements o That Examiner Bring TH E M 0 RN I NG EXAM I N ERe WEATHER INDICATIONS WILL ARE THAT BE FAIR THE 11 1 Results Try It SUNDAY AND MONDAY I A D OGDEN STANDARD lSl 1 VOL VINO 73 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 14 1909TWENTY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS i I J iiONoR CONfERRED ON CANNON unity I fOURT Tt BY REPU8llCAN CAUCUS J Selection of Speaker and Vote On Rules Lacking Usual Unanimity of Party Feeling AVE Plenty of Evidence of Insurrection Promised for Iilonday = Vote for Cannon 165 Not Uaauifflous = Senator from Iowa Walked Out When Consideration of Rules Was Announced = = Did Not Care to Be Bound by t < Action of Colleagues Present J iA11I l 1 1V t Waehington March 131L was tho fourth time the honor had boon rOIl Egg S ferred upon Cannon but tonight neith er the selection of a candidate fo...

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. — 14 March 1909

TL I rtr I r L t I f Ir u I 2 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 14 1909 M A 1 ii 1 = = J I II 9 Of W 1 I ETY iiI I I I jocI ETY1 a I 11 41 t Miss Helen McDormott was a Salt Lake visitor during tho past week Tho Monday Bridge club meets with Mrs H H Spencer Monday afternoon ti George Corlow has gone to Burley 4 4 Idaho whore he will make his future home i Mr and Mrs Charles A Henry left daring the week for a visit In southern California The Tolstoi Circle will meet Tues day at tho home of Mrs Starratt 256J I Monroe avenue Mr and Mrs J E Carver had as their guest this week Mrs John Reed of Salt Lake City r Dr and Mrs H M Rowe have re turned from a four weeks visit In southern California I il I Maud M Wykos of the M M Wykcs In company has returned from a four I weeks trip In the east 1hI I I Mrs Archie Bowman who has boon visiting Ogdon friends has returned > to her home In Heyburn Idaho It II L Mr and Mrs Ralf R Woolloy or Salt Lake City are spending tho day In f 1 Ogden...

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. — 14 March 1909

I n i a 1ft h E 0 m t Y c if < THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 14 1909 p I 1f 1 q fiLEN BROTHERS PIANO Cos GREAT PRIZE CONTEST 5 i4 I J t t 1i ul r f i t t 4 111 I WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN OUR NEW STORE AND AS A MEANS OF ADVERTISING THE NEW LOCATION AND OUR ELEGANT LINE OF HIGH GRADE PIANOS WE HAVE INDUCED THE DIFFERENT FACTORIES WE REPRESENT TO ASSIST US IN ONE OF THE GREATEST ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS WE HAVE EVER UNDERTAKEN f I 450000 IN PRIIESPIANOSCASI1 AND CASH VALUE CERTIfICATES t Sa t TO BE GIVEN ABSOLUTELY fREE TO SUCCESSfUL CONTESTANTS L 1 11 t Y S Every Contestant has eo equal oppcr I I r t = Th e COnultLlOnS 0 f thO great C om t est tun o tyanyone residing In 0 h e Uiued 1 111 11 i i J H are as f o II ows O I States entitfed d to ente r 0 i = r 1 C oun t th e D 0 t S th a t a pp ear IItn t e Every contestant has an equal op portunity Any one resIding the United f ii1g States is entitled to enter f Ijj j 1 No one engaged in the music busi ness or anyone employed ...

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. — 14 March 1909

I I 1 f > r r nJ Ea 1 4 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 14 1909 ilf EXAMINER l IN CHINA II I uIuLj I J I I A report covering the population ol and agricultural conditions I China Its modern methods in the l i the need of 1 r cultivation of the soil and harvesting j 1 I i I the crops is furnished t > y Consul J I C McNally of Nanking 11 1 I I I I The olllclal census or Iil02 gives the i I population of the Chinese Empire as hi q toO000000 covering an area of 4 a 1 tho 1 i 278352 square miles and while I l vast area is sufficiently great to comfortably I t q fortably accommodate the population I if properly distributed many are u I I of climatic condl I driven on account P fir I + dons and agricultural advantages to I I cortain sections while the localities 10 lacking In natural conditions that + Ii would insure an existence are prac tically deserted China proper has a population or i i about 410000000 covering an area I 5 I I I of 1532800 square miles I HI Manchuri...

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. — 14 March 1909

I ca = 0 I a i t t j 5 1 j i OLDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 14 1909 f THE MORNING EXAMINER r r oJ IIIi li IIIifl r fl i t j f r r > I t t 1 > r 1I i G E FussyAbout a Hat k we are None but the best of j i hats find a place on our shelves none but the best are sold to our cus i1 r tomers r t ewe buy in large quantities and sell on a small margin of profit that 1 l I means bigvalueforprice for you r i come in today and inspect our f hats Youll like their style well f answer for the quality T l1 O FRED M NYE COo i THE CLOTHES R 24X3 Wash Ave I r r EVIT fF C 1 I c FiSt J I St Josephs SocietyTho SL Joseph Society met at Mrs Conncis March 4 and will meet with Mrs Condo March IS at 17C Lincoln avenue 1 Irrigation Suit ContinuedTho civil 1 1 action of tho Hooper Irrigation com 1 M pany against Molvin Atwood ct al has 4 I been continued until Tuesday morning Charles R Duer of the Great North jo ern passenger department was among those who registered at railroad head t quarters yesterday a I Re...

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. — 14 March 1909

I c c r mi I I tt < I I EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH THE MTOENING I ir I 6 I I I I i I I I 1 r k I c2 ffAe II I I f I I a F t I I I MmeMYQIO I I 1 i Is Certainly a Wonderful Woman Grand Opening II I L1 Sale I il I Of the YALE t j I Toilet and Health I rr Preparations fl t I I Souvenirs From Mme Yale for Our Lady Patrons 1 I I The lecture given by Madame Yale at the Grand Opora House was I 11 certainly a remarkable performance by this exceedingly romarUible I woman This Is tho first lime that Madame Yale has over Tlnlted our il city and her coming hero certainly opens up a new era to women extend I i ing to them an opportunity to sec and hear her and profit by the good advice given The presc huve proclaimed Madame Yale as the most brilliant and successful woman In hor work today She has lectured in all parts of tho globe Her wellknown products are sold by the lead I Ing merchants throughout the breadth of the land Such houses as I Marshall Field Co of Chicago who are known as tbo Merchant ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 March 1909

U I J i C m l 1 = k 1 r i I 1 1 4f j h I THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 14 3 1909 > 7 l rri r l 0 1 J o I if < Published in French German Spanish and English > i nly Jr PARIS LONDON BERLIN p NEW YORK I i l rihln I I tilde 1 rnjll 3 s i E I i I aI i R b I I d t = = To id 9115 i evil r 7 I I I S3r15 iaw I I I e > 0 SJ90 DELNEATOR tt Inp 1 I APRILQOQ ir I iI t 1 F I d 00 i J a = > o = ii V l j Vi J 1 1 4r 4 S 4 7t14n cc lrtmi d tJtfm1Wr > 1 4 1 JJ < x t W r lf 1I 1l r t J 2J iAlv Nr Mf J 1 q J 1l 1 tl t r rpQ t rm fn Jf o f2 t lfffi fc 1tjWj t i 1 1 Irft ti i 0 r 1rt r fr fJ If 1 t 11 i I 1 I l i l L 1 11 if I B ff te h ftl tW Y V J ll if A f I 11 1 j ifi W t I i W y J OJ tllgj J 1 t I 1l4i < 1 j 1 J 1 J ij f t W I t I I 4j Y q i I i fi 1 I 1 l t r + r Jf 1 r II I lendf I t ln flf t 1 I 1 V G W Hl ft filf I > I g f 1 IW i 1 f 1 ir w I U 1 J a ff 1 ll I il f lI ir H o < p I9r I I k m b Jrrl tB r eIb i i ti II I 1 1 t1fW P 1 1 f II1i J tj d Yp ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 March 1909

F i 7 L Jl l Jl I I 8 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 14 1909 r I I Ii I I J I J I I J i s EXAMINER TELEPHONES L J EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rlngn No 08 I I Boll Phono two ring No GB BUSINESS OFFICE i Irvt Phone One ring No S3 t I t c Bo1 Phono one ring No 56 BREVITIES I ii W H Harvey of Mountain View f Nevada is In the city visiting with r friends L p 4050 An Acrelcnoce irrigated farm lands Millard county Utah where water is gold homo a paradise I Excursion next Tuesday For Infor iTh I mation Wwigcr Rostan Do Jullcn 115 Ecclcs Bldg r ST PATRICK SOUVENIR DANCE at the Royal by Women of Woodcraft j No 171 50c ticket extra lady 25c Mrs Morrison has just returned i 1 from a trip elated with her success < I In getting the very newest Ideas In If i i jnllllnerv Call during the opening I I March 18 to 20 No 213S Wash I I Wrights Benzoin and Almond Lo tion will keep the skin soft and white 22c Wrights I J 1 I E Wyler and D W ililton came r down from Logan yosleumy to upe...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 March 1909

UI I I ttract 1 I 1St and 1ibi t ion Cthing rienced I y One r bus > now our in j I all the i o com l dined i w pas en to 1 on all J c i m AVE T 2365 i i TS i heater I PrOprft 9 Suny 909 K COMPAQ t deUgtltJ r acts Blind I comedr ove Jeilajr Matinte Night j y NlghL week fa U Dont fap i ig TenljF 1 1t ilSAD I i Eggs 1 to rr I S kaaea ril1C i SIS 1t I Ja T c ffi LJ Ii ror r pricee ttt I cery and Wit 1BAR 1 t of D LtUOr Our FCU ORS f endrY ryes r rnpICS trnIS ed 01onag ronage Be11 2vc rs k tLS i Co J fflfc3 i 1 iIuJLIi It r t > m oJ P < J r r Part Two ti THE MORNING EXAMINER I Pages 9 to 16 VOL VINO 73 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MARCH J4 J909 PRICE FIVE CENTS SENTIMENT AfiAINST MUNICIPAL OWNERSllIP I ADMIRABLE WORK What the Wisconsin Utilities Commission Has Done It Haa Eliminated Politics Feuds Be tween Corporations and Citizens and Discrimination In RaterIt Hoc Eo tablished Business Methods of Op eration and Is Protecting Both the Consumer and tho Investor By DR D II MEYER...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 March 1909

a > I > = Lr = C d Jf vh II Q t Q O I p l NI6 1 u o dr 0 c v 1P t 1 1 I CARLOTTA NILLSON an GRACE GEORGE si ± IN PLAYS OF DOMESTIC TANGLE c w e j I Ilw i w ij Dramatic Correspondent York jj irrom our Mow l ql spondent F1 ARLOTTA NILLSON the tal I ented nctrcsa who mado Mrs t II C Flsko Jealous other work and h thereby won her release from l Mrs Flskeo company Is at tho Maxine j Elliott theater In a now play This j c I Woman and This Man Is tho title of I 1 f tho drama written by Avery Hop I If wood I woodThis Woman and This Man Is a morbid and boresomo drama that were better unproduced Miss Nlllsons art r I la always to bo admired but that cle ment of merit will not bo sufficient to II make the play a success J I The Company I Tho small cost assisting Miss Nlllson I Is made up of the following Eva Vin cent Howard Kyle Frank Currier John Tanscy and Milton Sills Outline of tho Story I Tho Etory told In dismal tone by This Woman and This Man Is that of domestic tragedy Norris Tow...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 March 1909

W 1 6 I T roc Y = 52 i c i Ji i ll I VrV > < < 7 A i L r j L I 111 I IV Ily r I f r 0 y r r CTIAVE THA4TET i L1 I I RE you hungry dear said Agatha i Aful I answered Dorothy as one ARE feelings arc beyond the trammel of grammar At thisthey both laughed J Its curious Dorothy continued r how different it is to be hungry when I you ire going to have something to eaLand when you arent 1 Agatha sighed I I dont see she reflected how we were both so crazy as to carry all ourQur all as the novelists i say in our bags And then to lose both bags Of i course we left them in the train when we changed 1 cars And after Brother Jqmcs had so warned us I I dont sec how I could have been so stupidbut I I was 1 l Wouldnt Jim intolerable you know con tinued Agatha if he were to find out Yet it isnt so much to lose really I was down to I twenty odd dollars I know because I had been so f careful to carry the big notes in my secret pocket 3 i and I took them all out to pay for that Ilcpplcwhic tab...

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. — 14 March 1909

I u 1tm l m r i I II1 12 THE MORNING EXAERDE13TAH SUNDAY MARCH 14 1009 < 1 j t 1 HtH + + H + H H + + 1 + I II I i 1 j I di H Y T UNION LABOR + i in II DEPARTMENT i X i J i I I i I l i I Under the Auspices Address all Communications to t I + of the W M PIGGOTT Editor I 1 OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 376 Twentyfourth Street J I 1 f k + I q n n 4 L I i II COURTS I II I I I l Ernest Villard In nn editorial in the f i 1 International Hod Carriers Building I I Laborers Journal says some very trite i things of the Judiciary of today We t I know that the courts nowadays do not I and daro not go to tho lengths that I j they did In days agono but they do not hesltato to throw men Into Jail I and cause untold suffering to helpless n women and innocent children and that lis I where there has been no violation ot j It any law and rank violators of law are I flnod a few dollars In some cases and I in others go tcolt rce and why For I no other apparent and tangible reason i 1 I than that they Lave mon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 March 1909

II 0 0 c 0 1iff I 1 u THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAII SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 1 J 100D 3 or ey tat b In en aJ o iAlp 1nlnCl1 that Z lelOIS too bust e fate 1t a d z1 aces too ln tar 1IV won Dl > ahM hiijj cariB rM ai vs 4ts Fay Itr 5t 5tsij sij Qfli y ll f 4 ff t 4 y i IV 55 IVt > K It i i Rho COt PE r l = tt ° t lent tttt le4enUt wou tt r nu J all prcj Is bUt her lair a 6lily dt Hr e1flFg i flFg Wn al hrc I std and 05 thai r n utemk Cb rirt1 refs Info u Indeid I nceF ff e JOSH life I > ace af t Is lh Christ ito I I pllcd cr ih yd to nta icej Wfl aocfallgl ie p K J medy itbti + rid tt must t > 1 h H ce EM7E ercoii e qwM he fcUr peed fuc nd aft ervitlca 18 ho H rho In I KOtODb w i and lh world mo tJU1 eea1 ftir d the 1L ittY1l 7traa re l0 bttl Is e 1 i I l I L1J I I 11 gd J oriel t I sadttd y neiIV lircl cldt1t aess I rk CO er coCo t i a 1 tJ f eO 1 I yC ttt1 rstlcJ tftlll t0fray fray III dpe ado IIIoOi r ncl cl > C e Itllc 11 e = la dt o quiLt 5 tlc tit ate bt a tJ dT to ...

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. — 14 March 1909

IP H I Y 7 FL t j < I EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 14 1909 j h THE MORNING I I i Ii t + HroiH + + iXH + + + t LH TEMPER A NeE iH D E PAR T MEN T 1 f iiiiIi r I f t I CONDUCTED BY W C T UJ ± Y i I T t t r EDITORIAL COMMITTEE uuIu 1 i 1 I 1 MISS FRIEDA DRESSEL MRS U WAY 1 t IJ I 1 I r I MM M l M r r DOES IT PAY I h hJ wine drlnliinb worth the J Ts beer or wliiolrinking It price asks Dr Honry Smith Wil I I 1 1 liams In McCluros Magazine I IF f h Dr WilHaniK Gays that In the light I f of what science has revealed tho pd F k1 i as probable follows cost of moderate drinking is 1 That you are threatening the physical structures of your slomacn I I your llvor your kldne your heart I your blood vessels your nerves your brain 2 that you aro unequivocally decreasing your capacity for work in II any field bo It physical intellectual I or artistic tf that you arc In some measure lowering tho gnuic or your I 1 I mind dulling yom higher esthetic I f f bonsc and taking the liner edge on your...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 March 1909

F J 1 l j I I 1 O t JL 00 I T t TEE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 14 1909 I J Iii f v h I Ogden usiness 16 0 in ines 3i Directory Is or 11 i 1 n Advcrtlsomonts In this column cost g it r 75c per lino per month payable in ah s Ijfl vanco u oYe ANYTHING Everything Boll aW t t f L 32tt ht f s 01 ABSTRACTORS It lit > The D W Ellis Abstract Company tloa 4 Inc Licensed and Bonded Abstractors 0I4i of Title to any laud In Webor county yoft Office undor First Natl Bank 1jL the ARCHITECTS 9e7IT I t f F C WOOD CO 1st Nat Bnk aettj I 313tf < ATTORNEYSATLAW t1oG oG A G HORN hIli AttorneyatLaw Offices over Bad i l i cons Drug Store I neck the business b I of all parties am attorney against all rtd corporations and monopolies Prepared j to transact any and all kinds of legal 1T business I i E T HulanlskI AttorneyatLaw 3TAJiO Rooms 407 408 First National Bank > 1 building General practice IrIi S T CORN ATTORNEYATLAW J 207208 First Nat Bank Bldg I If fsX JoscpTi Chez Attorney and...

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. — 14 March 1909

0 0 nv I T I I I I THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 14 1909 3ii 1 I I I I I r ati tl 3 I Ii rr J I flh I a l y l u r + II i Jfotron IDaIlnighaboul i j EFln TaIla e JVQ ar il Where the Summer Dress Question is i V II Settled Parasol Days Come Round Again 1909 Frocks Fit With out Seeming To i NE or two other things docs all j tlio world love besides a lover 1 ONE Is a brldo another Is a holi day Doth may be enjoyed to l hcnrta content nt Atlantic City during the Easter fortnight In fact I perhaps It la this longing for a holiday = = this wbtfnl wish for spring and out 1 ofdoora tugging at tho jaded winter i spirit that takes nil the world to At I lantic City at Eastertide quite as much ns a desire to display and admire glori fied sprint raiment on the famous board walk and In too corridors of tho big betels I I Once step out of the train along with the rest of the chattering holiday crowd 1 I brcatho In tho vivifying air fresh from i tbo sea drink In the golden suns...

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. — 14 March 1909

+ i I y r n 1 7 ST IIf < S J t I l t > i rJ1 It tfII jjv gW c EN CITYUTAH SUNDAY Il > ti t r 7 i I Y il MflJOR OZONE THE TONIC BUNCH r t sA eoMlcRl t L 1 1 TS TAKE A sTffou I c IK THIS X > EUGHTFUU mow o Ir MARCH 13RE X mowr r rr 3 r T mim L WILL TONE l yr y r r I J j t t J 1 I 12 A1 i j r r fabrics y I 1 r3rt1Ct Q 1 1 bt Jr teb a IF a hIp = = i t Inftgt set the the to Jyt u 1Iotttta s 1 I yr tenth QJ71 elude tu tt e lult It f r core r1 r C pop Tilt t s COMA 1NStP Aug IT Collnl i rate TEU US AUU ABOUT no 11 4 tt Iln U m e b tli Jneood r ood ti e 6ty1i k c t th tP I y 1 I IQI q Ut Iplb it u tie Ii W l Icr 1 t91p1 rs nod Irn II r utU t t I I 1m JstlrL + s Motcl h b Ce t2 t 1 t r45 1 J on tttpe rci d my r t si S rc I es led or 1sc te fcRi 1 odqSI or altt t 7 r 1 4 oal cr II If II then I V IDcd t r De alit tJe J = Ht AI r r ole at tt I rl h t f 14 5 f tri t I Je Irt Irolt roi y a TPjw a t l1 tki I art ot C r I II t u r > L I + VIII a1 r n X1 9e1 + 1 C I 1 ted t cf 1t hi t...

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. — 14 March 1909

J y I 2 I 1 1 0 lllllJi f 9 cfllll lJf2 Jr illh H Jll1 = i j < H i ALL THE I tUNrSL r LATEST fOR THE 1 1 L FAH O t r H U EWlff II Z i TH JV T i I j i I V VV h FOR BABY I 1 j Q I i His Ijtllb han4iuitdotlhcke Riidnllt THli pTa tiuanlty bcniiUful hhjid I wbrk and iir buo has plenty H of time to give ip II n ehnrmllig I trees cnn be made Vltli very little expense Hantiinado tucks hemstitching and leathorstitchering can he used with I fine effect upbii dalht material and s only a lIttlo lace will be needed for the neck and sleeves f The dress can bo made in a variety of ways from a simple garment with c I tucks and foathcrstltchiug to a very elaborate one of lace and hand embroidery f f broidery I Whichever way It Is made ex treme care and daintiness should hp i I need needThe r The yokes of these dresses can h e fashioned In several different shapes I I I round square and pointed j often the I dross is made withput ups yoke fine HI tucks being used to make the nucea L 1 I spry fulln...

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. — 14 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 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 14 March 1909

J c I r rucf > i fJf J I fi I I II I f I J I I I I 1 1 I r j I 0011 RA7J LATF 5 lt GO OUT I I ME EA I 11 > FIQULOEI SJAND GrET THE I k SAID TMAr IP i WOULD BORDERS THIS 1 II jET IOO QfiOERo ME MOR NI FCr j I a E VJOULD PUT MV HOUE t MOLD MA RkET 1 I i 0 r i ii I I Ii j I i I A A I r I I it 1 Ii f I 1 III I 11 I H Li1i1 1 J I 1 T I I 1 GRACIOUS ME t MISTER I PONT ° 1 IJANT ONE OP I r THEM vJE BREAK sig I mIl 11 I r ENOUGH THINGS r i WITHOUT ONE OP r I 7 aN I 1 Y THERE Vou To THEM csr 1 ARE ACHILD I 1 r CAN OPERATE I ONE AS EnSV Oi 1 I I u Q H VL41 i 1 IA t I I1LYnIL ava Ii7 7 ulp r o r L a s l rl r Ilyr ± 1 tiFtr I Yi 1 I i 4 dr I I I II I I ry iy I r I i r II III I Jr YI 4 f I t I t I I a L 1 H r 0 0 0 II 1111 I1III1lUlll1ilUJlJL ICOP MORNING LADV II IrI7RODUCINC LITTLE I notr vJANT I ° HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY jJiJ IT 1oULD LIKE 70 L PA rE r prMONST r 1tth rt I INf TAKi A I gatli fl ir1Dft1 4 J I 7 b I i I G 1 I t P a L I I + I III ii l MlirU CLEAN J KI lCHEN UCH l riy7iY r cya i ...

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