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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 10 January 1909

E 0 fr 1 j I r l l t4 T I i t fi 71 FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Do Advertisers Know I FORECAST HEd + That Examiner T m iI v S t 0 R t = I N G E x A j n tv I N I = R UTAH WEATHER I r Advertisements Bring Fa t J 1 t t + 1 L WILL INDICATION POSSIBLY BE SNOW MONDAY APE SUNDAY THAT THERE AND i Results Try It COLDER ry COLD WAVE IN NORTH FOR AND OGDEN STANDARD TION 4 r I 1 J VOL VINO 10 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 10 J90920 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS I 1 f SENATOR TILLMAN lEARNS THAT T4TSINGLY TROUBLES NEVfi1 COME SINGLY Washington Postmaster Holds Up His Government Typewriter For Bill of Sixteen Dollars = Desk Rifled of Valuable Papers and a Seven Thousand Word Reply to Be Written For Presentation to Senate in Justification of Y His Acts in Connection With Oregon Land Deal 1 Washington Jan Senator Till wan is affording an illustration of tho old adngo That trouble never conioR + Finely In addition to tho difficulty about the Oregon lands Postmaster Barnes of Washington Is try...

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. — 10 January 1909

t j = = = A l J I 1 i r 2 4c > THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDA2 jAWOAKY 10r 1909 r d 7 4 Ip jsr = > = qp I LI OCIETY L Mr and Mr R E Thompson of I Colfax Washington spent a few days during tho week visiting frlunda In Ogden i i Mr and Mrs George E Maule and i brother David Maulo loft during tho k week for Honolulu where they will spend tho winter months Mr and Mrs Thomas Jackmau and Miss Susie Jacknian havo returned to Mina Nevada after visiting relatives I lu Ogden for a week A cablegram received In Ogden dur Ing tho week stntes that Mr and Mrs Patrick Hoaly arc In vRomo and Dr I and Mrs Rich aro In Vienna > Mrs A R McIntyre entertained a I few friends on Monday night at din ner the occasion being In honor oC her birthday Miss Luella Almos of Logan who i has been visiting her slstor Mrs Wil lard H Israclson Sr has returned home and will resumo her studies at tho Agricultural college e Thomas E McKay former superin tendent of county schools left on I Thursday for Euro...

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. — 10 January 1909

31 c P c 1 j f q f IIIU c I 4A T i > T rn ft f1V 0 0 11 c > I ljijJ1 t j S X 1 w a OGDENkAH Xfi i If THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 10 1909 f ift i It < < o s POOe O 04 P600o t L 6 Y fsP RTi k + ° o t s v r pc o 1 Jeffries Tells Why He Will Not Fight By James J Jeffries Just a few words In connection with the uproar that has been raised In con nection with the demands that I r e turn to the ring and nttompt to ic like tho title that Tommy Hums yielded up to Tack Johnson the negro heavyweight To begin with I do not Intend to tight agalp mark this as final I have burned up many dollars in tele graph tolls during the past week or so lulling different people in all pails of HIP country that I did not intend to io enter tho ring again I also have printed mary state rrent In the newspapers to that cffoot but the public seems Inclined to doubt nay sincerity It was as If every man t was saying Quit your joking Jeff when aro you going to whip this n gio e and win ...

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. — 10 January 1909

1 r I THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 10 1909 2 1 H TUE fX MINER Published Every Day In tho Year by The Standard Publishing Com pany Entered as secondclass matter at the Poatofflce Ogden Utah under Act of Congress Communications to this paper aro limited to 200 words SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Delivered by Carrier in Oglcn r City Including Sunday Morn ing Examiner In advance r Oo At end of month 75c Single copies 5c I BY MAIL IN ADVANCE The Examiner is sent by mall outside of Ogden per year 600 At least quarterly in adv taco 130 L tl FEARLESS and INDEPENDENT Tho Examiner Is a strictly Inde pendent nowspaper It gives all aldOB an equal show Tho Examiner nab no favorites and no enemies to punish It vlll giro the news unbiased end un prejudiced Communication will bo lecolvcd on all subjects presonlol In TO sppotful language from known Indi viduals but the true name must no j publiahed In full All leUors and communications signed by nom do plumes or assumed namoit vrlll oe thro...

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. — 10 January 1909

JI I J i < 1I J orf I I 4 o j 4 YY rr y r Tia Y P1 C 1j rI I dill i Ii Y J a THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 10 1909 I j I < I r TS GQ fig EG oM S tR tiR AK r EB J j New 1909 Styles t are Here I Weve had th Merry Widow An suit it on its way Now we have a hat for min Thats ivry bit as gay Tis a tribute to ould Irelan Th cutest ivcr seen Ivry lads awearin wan Th little hat of green Weve hats suitable for any man over 16 and under 100 years old C D a IVIES CO Bropm Hotel Corner I BREVITIE SPay I I Pay Day at SchoolYesterday was I pay day at tho school for the deaf and blind Superintendent Drlggs states k that they have a pay roll at the In stitution of 46 aggregating salaries to the amount of about 2400 In compliance wits a petition Jo seph Ruffa has been formally dis charged as administrator of tho Web er county estate of John Ruffa de rftflHOd An undertaking on appeal has been filed in the civil action of W J T Taylor against Fred Haword Hartwell Formerly Inoanc ...

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. — 10 January 1909

Y f4 > hl 6 THE MORNING EXAMINER 1 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 1U 19UO i I THR E OF WASHINGTONS MOST CHARMING DEBUTANTES At the right Miss Maltland Marshal daughter 61 Brlgedier General Mar 1 shal U S A ono of tho great favor ites in the younger army SIt Ju the I I I 1 PRINCE FILES SUIT FOR fIFES MONEY Baltimore Jan 9PrinCc Henri Do Gallard De Bcarlet Do Chalals sonin law of Ross Winans millionaire of BaltlmoraNand London has filed suit to obtain possession of 200000 which i the prince now holds in trust for his I two children He is temporarily at tached to the French embassy at Washington The suits are against Ross Winans A F 5he k HUB + s ri MONDAY SPECIAL One Day Only 15c Collars 3 for 25c IIf 100 Neckties 65c I 75c Neckties 43c 1 fA 50c Neckties i 35c y I 2484 WASHINGTON AVENUe Next to Utahna Drug Store I I 1 d I i AT SIGN II THEOP I II OP THE l I HALF MOON I IF YOU KNEW OF A WAY TO Q 3 SAVE 25 PER CENT ON YOUR JEWELRY PURCHASES THIS p 4 YEAR YOU WOULD TAKE AD r nr VANTAGE OF I...

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. — 10 January 1909

q r T1 CT r < I ll1 I r THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 10 1909 < N 1 ri Ogden usiness ff Directory Advertisements In this column cost 75c por line per month payable In ad vance Atu2 ZtuA Bell333 ITA 4 Tick tumorrow but Caoh tuday A 1000 od things In a 1000 nu ways I Nearly like finding em Ubet It pays peanutroastor HorBopowerSmo ke tack ExcurslonwagonllcstboothcsCuttor < kc J ABSTRACTORS t The D W Ellis Abstract Company Inc Licensed and Bonded Abstractors of Title to any land In Wober coun ty Office under First Natl Bank ARCHITECTS ii Graves tho architect has moved to rooms 86 and 39 Lewis Blk ATTORNEYSATLAW A G HORN AttornoyatLaw Offices orer BaUcons Drug Store I seek tho business ot all parties am attorney against all corporations and jonopolles Pre pared to transact any and all kinds of legal businrpB E T HULANISKI AttorneyatLaw Rooms 407408 First National Bank building General practice 8 T CORN AttornoyatLaw 07208 First Natl Bank BUg i JOSEPH CHEZ Attorn...

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. — 10 January 1909

I 1 I w 8 J THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN TJTAH SUNDAY JANUARY ID 1009 1 EXAMINER TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone tvo rlngo No ° ° Bell Phone two rlngo No 56 BUSINESS OFFICE In Phone one ring No 56 Bon Phono one ring No 56 L BREVITIES I I H CHEAP COAL Grass Creek 1UU IKT ton Rock Springs and Castle Gate always on hand Parker Coal Co Mrs P D Haslet has returned from i 1i n trip to Los Angeles GLOBE THEATER Tho most up J todate picture show west of Chicago Two changes of program a week Tues day and Saturday Matinee ovovy day except Sunday South of Grand ci OpraioU5O I Mrs Fllpders COnvalescent Mrs I I Flinders has recovered from an attack 11 diphtheria and Is now released from I quarantine Prof Clement a dancing master of 1 Portland Oregon is In Ogden and 1 will give dancing party1 at the Na V tional Guard Armory hall Wednesday 4 evening Music will bo furnished by the Auditorium band STORAGE at reasonable ratos In good brick building If you need any room consult John Scowcroft Sons ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 10 January 1909

t = R r 7 f rl s v E1 J f 1f I I r Part 8 wo THl MORNING EXAM N ER 1 r I Pages9 to 16 I > s VOL VINO JO OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 10 J909 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 I ID BgfttegSftd l Jlj IJ 1 l t J GRAND OPERA S ATT l I11 4 a T teM j 11 TONIGHT Ii THE FLOWER OF THE RANCH c THE FLOWER OF THE RANCH AT THE GRAND y r TONIGHT l f i I 1 ROSE MELVILLE AS SIS HOPKINS AT THE GRAND fc SUNDAY JAN 17 j NEW OFfiCE Ica HAS BEEN CREATED J 4 TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT OF THE ECCLES INTERESTS W Bert Mowbray Leaves W O Kay Co to Enter the Employ of Am algamated Sugar Company W Bert Mowbra > formerly with ho Oregon Short lino lallroadand more rccntlv with the W 0 Kn rom Pan has boon nl ido traffic manager of the peal croitpd tirtffic d6jirl Wont of thoEcrl Interests Including the lumber and bcol sugar onterpriseJi Mr Mowbrnj has Urea nssoclatod with traffic Interests for air pant fKtoon ear a and has cJiUf an fnvlabk rp S atlnn for rpalth1 nVit th > Hnr The dutie of h1lI 111 n i 11 r < SUNDA...

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. — 10 January 1909

s i V > = Q V V A V t V VVV V V V c I V V t ti THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 10 1909 Y r 1 xt t D JJUUUUJQL Maude Adams and WTilton Lackaye Score In r What Every Woman Knows i N ew Hi ts > The Battle a Story of Social II Ht by James M Barrie r LL o f ism Versus Capital rl f JLXJUUCJfJLL rf I y Y i 11 i From Our New York Dramatic Corre spondent TJR friends who patronize tho horse races have a manner OUR y ncr of referring to horses that ought to win as best bets To apply this form of speech 1 to the latest developments In tho metropolitan drama would result In V pronouncing Maude Adams In What Every Woman Knows and Wilton i Lackayo in The BatUe to be the best bets of tho latest entries in the dra y matic stakes F What Every Woman Knows Is by James M BarrIe and it represents the best class of tho talented Scotch I mans dramatic writing It is imagi I native and lightsome yet serious and I portentous Miss Adams Is given a role that sov crul critics have endeavored ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 10 January 1909

E x tt ft 9 w c fvl w t ci n T r sr u > p t f t c t t 4 I I r r 4 Jor t 1 r t a f l t r t 1 4 f 1 v C0N0 LAONQWILLIAMSoN I y i T SEEMS a pity it should go to the dogsT said he As a matter of fact L think t it was cats said I II I If uc married to secure jt it would be the same as if it went to both for I we should lead a catanddoglifc together Together But we would say Goodby very pleased to have met you at the church door VDo you mean that Cynthia Would you agree Agree I echoed him again I should insist 1 i Wellshall we make the experiment and keep the money from going to d Slightly inferior if less mercenary animals Yces f I think it would bewisc And so we were engaged my cousin Dick Thanct 1 and I This sounds like a story but there was more sense A I in the arrangement from a coldblooded point of view < than appears without explanation The way of it was 1 this I had lived with Uncle ever since my beautiful American mother his widowed sisterinlaw died r i and left me to him ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 10 January 1909

r I j Jl fh TA r r npA1 ii I r I J f r 11 FH I hx J < C > F I rt rThe Day of Debts l HE New Yenr season brings other things besides glndness and good resolutions Tho bills como In I bunches and everybody that Is anybody wants to wipe the slato clean of them 1 bills It Is funny too how tho Incidental of the household that have been forgotten rendered because they lava never been pour In at this particular time Tho doctor who has not sent n state ment since Adam waD a boy presents his The dentist who bad been entirely for gotten Blnco tho last tlrno his services II I were required sends In one that mnkea not sound father say things that would grammatical to Willies Sundayschool teacher The baker who likes to get hU money In bunches Instead or by the day when he knows his customers are nil right comes along and would request to I have his particular amount Immediately for flour Is high And then there Ls the rent which must never bo neglected and the gas bill and Belindas wages an...

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. — 10 January 1909

1 tI r l III = r r v vf ra + r iI y < = T u u t fE In JJI 1a I I 1 f t 1 I < < 1 rJ i I M THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEX UTAH SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 10 1900 I I PrezCZezce7 r OG P ° cz22 l27677 7fe 1IIN the mime of William Howard I WItE was first seriously considered ns n White House possibility specu lation became rife as to what manner of woman was hla wife rind whether or not pho would ns gracefully preside nt tho White House functions ns did the one woman whoso nnmo will ever bo n by word when Tho First Lady In the Land I la dlacnssedMrs Grover Cleveland Tho White House baa had two mistresses since tho Clcrclands took their departure for tbo moro secluded and exclusive liCe at Princeton leaving behind them memories of a regime where Mm Cleveland was concerned as tender and hallowed no those surrounding the peerless Dolly Madison Mrs William McKInley was Mrs Clove lands Immediate successor but the dell cato stato of her health compelled her to keep well In thu background and ...

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. — 10 January 1909

rt p 1 v a sI T X o I h J = ii I Jj J4 JII THE MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 10 1909 ki I i yi f v BTARTHUR HEMST tp8EY 4 tDPYJZWI lX6 bDAPP 7CYl c1 COJ7J1IVX l 1 CHAPTER XIVContlnucd j I took refuge in sKeuce I closed i my eyes wearily Before I bid you good night sir I I think It right that you should know that your mother and sister arc in this hotel At the risk that you think me Impertinent I dare to hope that your meeting with them tomorrow may be free from any embarrassment or Unhappiness i happiness 11 Ho bowed slimy and left the room I stared after him vacantly I The dispatch he had loft gorgeous II and bravo with its royal crest nnd em 1 bossing lay passively in my hand tl And now a now dilemma confronted mo I was supposed to be under the JI Influence of an opiate they would not scruple to take from me the dispatch To allow that might give them such In formation as wouldmake their con I spiracy whatever its nature the moro effective To resist would tell them I t...

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. — 10 January 1909

fx A I r i L W 1 v T CL > I r c F r j cc j r I T o j iJJI 1 < t THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNS 1y MORNINp DECEMBER 27 1908 l II 1 1 j h c I f q IIII t 0 II a i t to Dr lnnd nd be IFrt 1 11 11t Sadft ft ro t i c Ci6S ° Lf2iI64 QTZQyJt3cZcw2 TP t ROM the very first the custom ot f making social calls upon New Years Dny scorns to have been one of tho principal ways of observing the celebra tion In many cities of tho country this custom is still kept up In n more or less desultory manner but In Washington It never flags New Years visiting never grows old un der the cApitols dome On tbo contrary it Is an Institution that society recog nizes nnd honors will all the elaborate i ceremony of official formality I From the Happy New Year of tho President of tho United States down to and Including the departmental colored messengers happy nnd glad New Year bout the greeting passes along through the various ranks of officialdom The Judges of the Snprcme Court the mew benS of the diplo...

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. — 10 January 1909

n c c 1 > i r 0 A r tf I U L A o r r L LL r r 1 i1 1 l j THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 10 1909 I i fl J w The few Qver and Under Tunic Effect Palm Beach the Pace Setter for Summer Fashions Pique in Favor Again Clam Shell Hats on the Way The Coming Smock Coat of Colored Linen The Slashed Surplice The lucky people who can snap their tinger8at winter The happy folk who t r leaving behind the rigors and shivers of 1 Jack Front may revel In bluo skies and bluer seas nnd the renewed joy of green things ngrowlng The thrice happy womankind who are granted more than 1 i their rightful Rbnre of enjoyment of the A filmy fluffy diaphanous things lu which womankind Is doubly alluring For at Palm Bench summer frocks and hummer fabrics como Into their own again and whether one sail Into the R summerland on one of the luxurious t Btenuicrs which toke one Into a rising 1 t t temperature by appreciable decrees or i + r Is whisked overnight from zero to TO on a n wonderful v...

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. — 10 January 1909

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Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 10 January 1909

i < c tj 1 0 II t M it fj r rI J r 1It11I J t y 4 t I w ThI I rJ b J I f 1jifIDt to Q + 0 11Ifr I I I I i I I m Iw I ICI I l I r I 1 i 1 t LOWLY tho heavy train panted up tho I 0 grade find as the I red caboose camo I oven with tho tiny I cottage besldo the I I track a lithe form swung Itself off and dropped light tW ly to tho right of way I Ada Stornlng sprang forward to greet the mun I didnt expect to I cried see you until evening she This came special delivery ex I plained tho new arrival handing over I tho oblong package that clearly in dicated its origin In n candy shop Chocolates she cried Georgo j youre a darllngl I know It was tho modest al mission as the clear gray eyes smiled l down into the softer eyes of brown I I know it because you have told nth I BO oftenfar more often than I de i serve and therefore It moot be bo I I havent had any chocolates in I Oi roars and years reminded Ada unwrapping the box and extracting j I J i ji bon bon Its so good Just lo sec I them ag...

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. — 10 January 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. — 10 January 1909

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