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

J jw c I A i I J JJ 4 JL t FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES r i 1 y FORECAST 1 Know UTAH WEATHER J Advertisers 1t W I j I 1i I JT Advertisements That Examiner Bring THE MORNING EXAMINER THE THERE INDICATIONS WILL BE ARE SHOWERS THAT i I n 1 t t J 4 T T SUNDAY AND MONDAY j J Results Try It + I I l STANDARDI l AND OGDEN STANDARD II 1 I I L d VOL VINO 87 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 28 1909TWENTY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS 91 i f J DEPUTIES A r our AfTER a NEGROES s ix Indians Join in Tronbb ii lUTsnLK Shoot Down Officers at Chjefs Cabin yo Muskogeo Olcla March 27 Deputy Sheriff Ransomo and an assistant at tho head of twenty special deputies left today for the Hickory camp I grounus 10 disperse tno one Hundred 60 called Snake negroes from Mcln tosh Muskogee Okmulgeo and Uk fuckco counties are congregated threatening revenge upon tho whites In the neighborhood It Is delncd that there are any Indians Involved All arc said to he negroes Last yfl nIght the negroes raided the farms or c...

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 March 1909

A jJJ L M M if i 2 THE MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 28 l80lec I s sEl I Ii i 0 I 1 r I 1 w > s k i The dearest suit you can buy riry I i bo the lowest In price A suit that I 4 i I doesnt wear or hold Its shape is dear I no matter how little you pay for it a i IF WE TAILOR YOUR SUIT I J its first cost will be no more than you iI ordinarily pay Its bettor fit us tot i I ter wear Its permanent good smipu II t nowever will make It really clicaoer r I in tho end than any other suit you I could buy Come in and bo measured 1 i i You need a new Bull anyway U hy iI not have the best when it costs no 1 of ii more I R W ANDERSON j t 234 2bth SS Ind Phone 895 i i L j 1 j j L IJ fit I I I 1 I N IL One ffliiuite Please J J POt Illr your watch has been stop J ping or not running satisfactorily It may have an expensive move i ment which U not acting as It j should If you are haling any trou ble vllh Jour watch bring It to us I We will repair it and make it run properly Give liS a tri...

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 March 1909

1 Q E I = J I i 7 A taC I n i 7 < > C t r r C THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 28 1909 3 ARfIj la Ui H j JUST A FEWL DAYS LEFT The Great Dot Contest Closes March 31st so get your answers in early No answers will be received after 6 p m Wednesday March 31st j I j 450000 IN CASH CASH VALUE CERTIFICATES AND PIANOS If r TO BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE f a Any one residing in the United States is I I The conditions of this great Contest entitled to enter i I Ir 1 follows are as I I No one engaged in the music b USlness i if 5 r or anyone employed by this firm will be t ri j if Count the Dots that appear in the I allowed to enter th Contest 1 I The Contest Closes t 1 3 i l AU g i1iJiif f i j Oiithned teger I cI e L + j M a rc h 31 1 9 0 9 i 1 i fN I E j i Y ii 1 i mfJjll 1 t rti 1 S on S P I an 0 y d I c 11 j Every dot can be seen by the naked oye The person having the correct 1 I number receives the first pnzca beautiful Steger and Sons Piano 1 I 1 The exact number of ...

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 March 1909

1 j Al Jqi L k t V r r J i 4 J fHE MORNING EX MINER OGDBN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 28 1909 A J 11 i I I i f I TUE EXAMINER j I I r I Published Every Day In the Year I i by Wm Glasmann Entered as sceond class matter H t I the Postofrtcc Ogden Utah under Act of Congreca Communications to this paper aro limited to 200 words I I SUBSCRIPTION RATES ii Delivered by Carrier In Ogden i City Including Sunday Morn j Ing Examiner In advance OOc I i At end of month 75e i Single copies 5c 1 j t t j t BY MAIL IN ADVANCE j I Tho Jixainlnor la sent by wall outsldo of Ogden per ycarv00 i f At leant quarterly In advance 1aO i I FEARLESS and INDEPENDENT I The Examiner la a strictly Inde j I pendent newspaper It > Jvna all j sides an equal show j Ths Examiner nas no favorites nnd no enemies to punlsn It wilt C j 1 Rivo the news unbiased nnd un J prejudiced t Communication will bo iccelvcd I on all subjects presented In ro epectful language from ltu > vn Inill 1 vldualo Out tho true name must no j 1 publ...

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 March 1909

J co a > I 50 ro > p > r iA r h y < f I 1 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 28 1900 5 ds y 7a L I rl 1jt t MY1 a Y L r f cndrIIX b tothW It Ca t ftc u r ru I HE young man who THE look manly and clever In one of these MichaelsStern Spring models never lived These suite are Invariably lively full of originality and spicy design fashionable and built to reolst wear under any conditions Como and see them Suits 10 to 35 Fred M Nye Company 2413 Wash Ave I BRE gTU 5 Fruit Growers In ConferenceH M Ellis of the Pioneer Fruit Co of Sac ramento Calironla was In conterenco yesterday with tho oltlcers ol the Ug don Fruit Growers association with a view of negotiating a portion ol next seasons fruit business Assistant Forester E M Carter assistant forester in the olllco ot sit viculture Washington D C arrived in the city yesterday from Mlssoula I Mont and will spend a day or two conferring with the local forest service officials and going over the timber sale business of th...

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 March 1909

= r I c fl q c t J n I I 6 THE MORNING EXAMINER C3DEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 28 1909 t r y I SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS LEONARD W PHILLIPS r fir HAS NARROW ESCAPE t WouldBe Murderer Flrec Two Shotc = at Him at Very Close Range Salt Lake March 21 Lconnrd W w Phillips night watchman at the Lieu i Vcr Rio Grande depot narrowly R rind almost miraculously escaped be l ing killed by an unknown man at the depot at about 3 oclocl Friday morn i lug Phillips was making Ills hourly t icundB among the box cars near the i I passenger station when he came 1d ncroBS a man crouched In between two of the cars Throwing his llnsb I light on him the olllccr inquired or I him what be was doing whereupon J tho man replied that he was waiting r for No3 on which he Intended to I get out of town 1 SKELETON OF A WOMAN r I j FOUND BY EXCAVATORS I = Appearance of Bones Suggests a Trag edy of Many Year Ago h Salt Lake March 27in an excavation t vation which the Union Paper Box + company has started for an additional j...

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 March 1909

I ct ro I J a c ro c 0 7 J J w k J r THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 28 1909 7 i J OodenBusiness 1 J Directory Adcrtl > oinont3 In this column coot t 75c per lino por month payable In a < V d VAnce 1 ANYTHING Everything Dell 333 32tt ABSTRACTORS The D W Ellis Abstract Company Inc Llcoused and Bonded Abstractors EJ of Title to any land In Weber county Office under First NatI Bank ARCHITECTS F a WOODS CO 1st Nat Bank 313U ATTORNEYSAfrLAW JL N J 1rrloLnwyerNotary Pro bato and Real Estate Law Specialties g First Nat Bank Bldg Phones 316u 2t zoi A G HORN AttornoyatLaw Offices over Bad cons Drug Store I seek tho business of all parties am attorney against all ci corporations and monopolies Prepared clt to transact any and all kinds of legal buolncas cr E T Hulanlskl AttorncyaMaw Booms 407408 First National Dank li Ji1 building General practice S T CORN ATTORNEYATLAW 207208 First Natl Dank Bldg Joseph Chez Attorney and Coun rlj selor at Law 10 and 41 First National Bonk ...

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 March 1909

> c I i L i I u y 10YifL i r i I S l I 3 THE MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEflT UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 28 1900 l i = = t MME YALES ALMOND BLOSSOM i L COMPLEXION i CREAM J I GREATEST I TOILE LUXURY ij MADE l CLEANSES SOFTENS PURI 2 Ii FIES WHITENS AND BEAU i TIFIES THE SKIN SOAP AND WATER ONLY CLEANSE SUPERFICIALLY i I Mmo Yale says A little Almond Blossom Complex ion Cream should be tap I plied every time the face 4 I and hands are washed It removes the dust soot i i grime smut and smudge from the intertices of the skin and makes the sur I I face smooth as velvet I I A dally necessity at homo and I I abroad a treasure when traveling I by land and water Protects tho t akin from cutting winds burning I rays of the sun and every Injurious effect of the elements Prevents II I and cures abnormal redness of the nose or any part of the faco also f I chapping chafing cold sores fever Pf I blisters and all Irritation of the I I skin It Is the gieatost known i specific for burns takes the fire out quicke...

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 March 1909

a ro o Mr i t 4r OJ C riaaammm m siKrJr f y > f f j f < > T ageS 9 to 16 THE MORNI G EXAMINER I Part Two is r VOL VI = NO 87 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 28 J909 PRICE FIVE CENTS 10 1 x 4 j a fGRAND OPERA HOUSECOMING M ATTRACTIONS u t r t MARCH 30 SUNDAY APRIL 4 s TUESDAY I 1 I CHARLES B HANFORD I FLORENCE ROBERTS I II ARi i CHARLES HANFORD TUESDAY Many seasons of success have not 1 I blinded Charles B Hanfoid to tho ne mesU i cesslty of keeping his productions up to tho highest possible standard Jhc ud a > enormous personal following he has tic 9 h won has not tempted him to relapso Into tho fashioned star system hlchr meant a dependence on tho fib yoguo ot a single plaor Of rccognUOd greatness and an uttcjr subordination 1 of cast and stage cqiimmcnl Among 1 the greatest lessons hal Mr Ilaniord CO learned during Ills association as a I young actor with BdWln Booth ana z Lawrence Barrett was that a compe I tent player need fear no rivalry in t his own company 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. — 28 March 1909

= > h J 4 r j 1 1 l 11 u c je r TT 1 7i f J t R r J I 1 II i I ri I i 1 ° ho in Still the Craze i iJ Most Popular Athletic Event Many Races Scheduled 11 i HE athlotlc world In this coun suffering from a try In surely J T scvcro attack of marathon Itls This disease Is now In big Its acute form In nearly every been aro going to bo city them have or hold many long distance races In eov J k + oral cities In the coat Marathon clubs have boon formed and weekly races are held In act no athletic meet Is j complete without a Marathon coat Mt on tho program Tho revival of this famous Greek classic was started In when Johnny last summer tills country I s 1 ny Hayes defeated Dorando Pletrl In fI v London In tho famous Olympic event and renewed Impetus was given the movement when tho pair mot In New Yorl last Thanksgiving eve Many j + I new stars have been discovered and i j now America Is In lino to take from England tho events on which they have i held a monopoly for many years long distanc...

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 March 1909

1 H p 7 p V j t S e ir Ol y r N J 1 Olt t P d Lim E t 0 ge 1 IQ a hcyd r i c Your elm I e i 01 t ttas e Ot C11 L J YE 0 O 0 a + eo 4 to 4 ut tIIU h A t y 13 1c l1 II l1tnst 41 d pon kr n I11J i rtl to g c bJ hi bl M c h e ome fr i n c or redLtci < ccey ceek it i SIMPLICITY AND COMFORT < WITH BEAUTY the cltl BEAUTYA rrt1 A of emu Attained by Forethought and Study retie ht HP HE average stranger entering ones tronitI home usually gains a first imprcs n 1s > Mon concerning the style or lack ol o aty style displayed in furnishinc and fin IIIab ct ishing In the average home there is too much hit and miss m the selec nltftt tion of furniture too much guesswork uo2t tltt in the choice of colors It2 1 One of our national failings is the 3he h ti presentation of unexpected wedding M gifts to the bride and the groom So dtasj i called articles of virtu articles of more or Icss artistic design articles which inaiuy represent the dollar inark nnri articles Cwtt supposed to be helpful ar...

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 March 1909

r l I T5 r 4iLt r J f I 1 EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 28 1909 t 12 THE MORNING 4 t Ii l I KMHH + + HH rH + HHH + + Ht l j 1Marxian Club Socialists j I I f Editorial Committee ± Social t Any question concerning ism answered Address all com KATE S HILLIARD x j munications to K S Milliard E A BATTELL 4 436 Herrick Avenue ROY E SOUTHWICK X I I I to + + l i + j 0 WORKKERS i The seed yo sow another reaps 4 The wealth yo find another koopa The robes ye woave another wears Tho arms ye forge another bears I 1 Sow seeds but let no tyrant reap n Find woalth Jet no Imposter keep Weave robes let not tho Idle wear i il Forge arms In your defense to bear 4 I Anonymous It THE WHITE FLAG II The abject refusal or the editor ot l the Union Labor Dept to reply to so j i it i called adverse and vindictive criti L cism Is altogether consistent wlln I the Inherent nature and tho conduct I l lj of craft unionism Tho craft union i I i of today owes Its very existence to A the nuffercnce of the capitali...

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 March 1909

= c h s r 1fhlfj p A i I 1 j Y i t rf r j e it W i Rerg f ll IS ccouni r tIt ng or r It 011 tf3 nOt r7 bo Jr e e e 8081 ti S t aH th I l at can f ice to Y g CIt r ias lZ lUlJga I ijc 0 t ttei f 4De re win r nd r for as O Oft ft I IDess d 114 brain ant jHEannual mcciingof the big orthopedic hos reeCjZ pital was in progress Governors trustees leri r m l THEannual committees packed the small audi I rp i IIJjJ t Corium to the very doors Upon the plat 1er01 r t form in front sat stiffly the entire medical l1jj Wi staff from the four famous consulting sur esh geons down to the junior house sur I orii CQ geon At a respectful distance from the latter was seated the supervising nurse and at a still greater t and disrespectful distance lounged defiantly John Rti Schaeffer inventor of braces for crippled children in the words of the enthusiastic house surgeon the original orthopedic man of New York and the great ter est crank in America I l j Two hours had already elapsed and a soft sigh of at...

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 March 1909

r u i4TL L c A j i W I I 0 1 it I i L fll THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 28 1909 ll I I I oHoJ + + + HHHi + iH + + i 1 TE M PER AN C E I 3 + D E PAR U T MEN T y I CONDUCTED BY W C T U I + EDITORIAL COMMITTEE + I MISS FRIEDA DRESSEL MRS U WAY i J = H I lViIKI I i ivwv vI IH 1 v JW J IJ W I LESE MAJESTE 1 The gentleman who sits in Utahs t gubernatorial chair has set Utah back on the road of progress about twelve yeara I It began to look for awhile as If n I Utah wore going to recover all the i ground she had lost In the past by her J Internal struggles and nor consequent poor reputation abroad and inability I of her citizens to work together on moral reforms I I The local option bill while not being all that was desired would have done r much toward cleaning up the states i politics while the Des Moines plan would undoubtedly have helped both Ogdon nnd Salt Lake and especially 1 the latter for evidently thcro never I was a more rotlon state of affairs in any city than ex...

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 March 1909

= g 5 J I 7 F < F > < 3 6 y r THE SUNDAY STAJXiDAKD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 28 boo y F t I leat rime the t thep aIn x In ra6Mt I idfn4 t here i Is tt ed acsa it t + 4d 57 ahlogt t Ctii4t i 4 tl hor or neeiSi neeiSiM 3ff jm > cii JI iiK hll > tj atjj L reafl NI kh rcthi thi 3x tiili a ut au udO dt B itr P au LIf rrsa a uet t1 herb del tor ° l of I1 re w oIC C ttl wleel eel tII en i1 > fj f 1 TUE GATUN DAN I = w < v < > I t I < > < < h t L Pr LJY ro zEEB LINSAY > l t ZXct7JT IITIQl1 t2c t 7nrqr f7t2rCQJ liD Gatun Dam hna a well estab lished position as tbo bugaboo of C tho canal The Chagres used to be the nrch bogey but now the structuro which Is designed to re strain thnt vexatious stream has usurped the first place In the Interest and appre hension of the public The criticism and suspicions that have been directed ngnlnet the great dam cnn only bo ac counted for by the fact that It Is the key to the whole plan nod the most es sential...

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 March 1909

r L I i f I 1 + THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 28 1909 h a i I i i e i w r t r j i 1 p I glyle Picturesque II A r J r a IBrims Smaller But Crowns Bigger q The 1909 Bow at the Back Garden t Truck Pressed in I to Service Some I i Models Fresh from I Paris Hands I I a U PR1NG eomcn by n series of definite events In town Out In the country r Qulie inlsty haze In the distance changes b q0r from gray brown ip purplish DIUO I and the branches of the trees bccouio I fuller ngalnst tho sky but In the city thero ore no distances anti precious few trees There arc spring signs nplcnty I however for thoso who are cognizant of town wnys i A morning newgpnpcr announces the nr I rival of n robla lu tbo park tho flower f venders at Ibe corners suddenly display yellow Jonquils among their bnnchcs ot violets very young men are seen with I their overcoats folded over their arms In Mend of upon their backs and in the i restaurants strawberries nre named on I j tho menus Then appears...

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 March 1909

o r kI U4 I I rr Jr 1l l I f Illlso hill I t S t f r o i r 1 ALL TOGETHERTHREE CHEERS FOR BUD SMITH i

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 March 1909

fi I AL Lb 1 L I 1 I l I r dgL 1 dl cr7l Il71II O fl ZL LItIZ L1II I ALL THE m UI HINTS i LATEST FOR THE j ± FASHIONS HOUSEWIFE u 21 u 1 Table Mat Design For Either Linen u or Leather f I I Remodeling Hint 0 Wlion buying new goods for an old I dress considerable euro must be ox orclscd to select something that will i mnko the old goods look better in stead of worso j If It IB desirable to have the dress I all black buy the same color black nnd change the texture Dlack chif fon makes a worn cloth lifeless while I other materials will give It a fresh look It Is bolter to have the new mate rial of a different texture For in stance now velvet will look better with old silk black that has been worn como time will look bettor If i 1 L 11 I 1 r jiFL l < 1 tl f l 1 < L i 1 i I dt r + j I > I 1 y t + 1I M1 I I I I l I Ij t j I I iJ r I I I I Ij f t i I 0 < 1I I < 1I j I I I I r I I I aP I I I I i I N I 1 E ijl J r > 1I X < I 1 t hr tii I f i 4v + v 1 I r PuddingS iI I ST...

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 March 1909

F I > 1l a11r3 r cSJlI f JiiFf t I = C p DEACON COURTSHIP I F HEN tho good wife of I Deacon Hazlett died lio llrst thought of tHllng hIs farm and removing to tho vii Ingo as ho had no ono to act as hoime I kccper for him l On second thought ho concluded to gel tL hiM meals and have bin wiiHlilng done nt so much per week at widow Millers who owond tho farm opposite his 1110 deacon was 15 and the widow 10 and no one saw any Impropriety in Iho arrangement niniiu Tho deacon had recovered dom his grief as all of UH do III time and a year had rolled nwuy whon a sudden thought came to him 0110 day as he was hoeing corn In tho field Ho dropped his hoe and leaned his back J against the fence to digest tho thought and after a quarter of an hour he found himself rather pleaded U with It Ho had known Mrs Mlllor for six or seven years He had been ono of B tbo pallbearers at her husbands I funeral Ho knew that she was one B of the best cooks In the county and I always pared the potatoes thin n...

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 March 1909

l i l t t h I a r THE SHOWS ALL RIGHT SAYS MAJOR OZON UT THE DUST 0 THE DUSTl r t J r I I J I I ia a i I i 1 j k I I I ii I I I = i I I II I I I I i S I I I i I I i1 I 1 i ii ii j t I r r f I I i J rf tf i I 1111I11 HUM THE VI LfsT1LJ T I v t9 EN COUNT Rt 1 IN ALtMY F e ti Alt m c RlJ A1g I i j < i i 11 I I IIIII II IIII II III I m 11111111111111 mll i I I t t I C J I r i I > 1 THE MftN TOLO he i COULD 1 UAD T ANP OWE IT A r iI I 1I J I I 1t IiI IiI I I I t f t ir t I t 1f > I I I I I 11 I I I 1 1 1 i 0 11 I 1 I I I 1I111I K6EP STILL DONT i DONT KMOU I SHURT HER1 I THATi LlLf SMART KIDS r I J

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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