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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 4 April 1909

Jot r ro 0 CO C > Cr r < V i 7 TTi r I l rsa + t FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATOHES FORECAST s I Do Advertisers Know UTAH WEATHER 0 ow l I Advertisements That Examiner Bring T HI M 0 R N I lG L = X A M I NI = R THE THE INDICATIONS WEATHER VILL ARE THAT BE e TOMORROW FAIR TODAY AND r Results Try It r AND OGDEN STAND RD VOL VINO 94 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 4 1909TWENTY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS r fORT WORTH Ili SWEPT BY 11 I era t fiRE i Six Persons Killed Property Loss Estimated at Five I Million Dollars J I Fort Worth April 3 Starting In n barn presumably from a carelessly thrown cigarette fire this afternoon S destroyed property In tho southern portion of Fort Worth conservatively valued at two and a half million dol lars caused tho death of one person I J J Newton of Krum Texas and ren I S dered several thousands homeless I i The lire originated at Jennings ave nue and Petorsmith street in the cen ter of a fashionable residence district r and fanned by a stiff wind wa...

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. — 4 April 1909

= = tJ TuI lij H THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 4 190R Cr u d j L = NULIFE = S I A HEALTH GARMENT FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN 1 il j 1 S j I i IfJl I i i cc IF YOU DONT BREATHE PROPERLY YOU CANNOT THINK RIGHT v NULIFE compels deep breathing and holds the spine and head erect I i giving the brain regular blood circulation and filling the brain cells with i pure blood at every heart beat ii I 1 NULIFE is a thin washable garment weighing but a few ounces It nukes you breathe to the full depth of your lungs all J i I the time It is not a shoulder brace but a scientific supporter of UO r the body It straightens round shoulders expands the chest from J two to six inches and gives its wearer an erect command luQ J Jog carriage J tl t NULIFE docs its work while you do yours its one Q4 + 1 i of the greatest health producing garments ever invented j 1 fill out the attached couponorder today Ci3 00 0P i price postpaid to any address o 1 + Q THE MAY CO I r u DENVER COLO J 1 t 0 t o...

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. — 4 April 1909

I i 15 W ctS J C f I I 0 ij i = aft 9 OJ C Cn 1t > n 1 f 7f Tt ft 1R c fji j THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 4 1909 g IS l a 1J ci crd Y f r M GLEN BROTHERS PIANO CO f i I 1 l i I To the Holder oi Ou Piano Bonds and to the Publk i I The success of Our Great Dot Counting Contest has so far passed our fondest expectations that we wish to thank all contestants and to assure you t that by using your bonds as payment on any one of our pianos you will save the face value of your bond on pianos marked at legitimate retail selling price i The factories we represent allow us full value for these bonds regardless of their amount but they will not allow us to accept bonds issued by other houses I r Now if you hold a bond issued by GLEN BROTHERS PIANO CO e bring your bond to the legitimate redeemer of that bond and receive full piano I value for it I Our Pianos are all marked in plain figures The prices are the same today as they were a year ago and the same as they will be one ...

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. — 4 April 1909

u 41i 1 Lc L 1 It I 1 lIW < Ilrm SADlINr JiiW UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 4 191D I EXAMINER ENGLAND AND GERMANY ARE ARMING The Denver News has an excellent review of the possibilities of war be I tween England and Germany In which the Nows concludes that Eng r lend may force Germanys hand When pence costs more than war look out And that Ic precisely the j J pass to which England and Germany I I scorn to bo coming w J Gonnnny has a deficit compared to n our own IB n trifle a deficit l r which according to the most hopeful d Cbtimalos will be repeated year after year for at least five years Yet she Q building huge battleships as If she 1ad discovered the philosophers yi stone and were turning dirt Into gold She has no colonies whoso loss would not leave her the richer She IB not = threatened by any power on land or = a sea Tho only logical conclusion Is Iliat she Is building her fleet for r attack not for defense England not quite so hard up fi nancially as Is Germany but she IB living up to...

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. — 4 April 1909

I Q Q trs Cn c roJ 1M I > > I f j I THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 4 1909 g tri l i t t OSSETT 1 1 I A r i j 1 1I f a ii v d + Pv s 4I rcn r I yr I yi 111 Ft I s II jrli4 u J It L i 1 > i t fi 41 UNAJES 7Z j i r r LIFE9S r r c WALK 1 I I i if r a i 1 F u ify I4 i 4 y PV M dIj J 1 µ 9 k t ova I off o I t f Are You Flour ing on a Pair i f 01 Oxfords lor t I Easter L t You know Easter marks tho formal opening of spring Anyone who i ever makes any pretentious of togging up does so on Easter Sun day and your attire will be much more complete with a pair of our new kicks t fBa 1 f For Men MOO I ski Hood I Were mighty strong on mens oxfords for spring Wo hnvo them In a1 ylu t I all colors tans patents and dull leather in all prevailing styles Tho ood to CroBsett IB one of our main sollois It is hard to find an oxford that a SiS v possesses more good qualities than tho CroBsett I at 15 l PRICES 300 360 400 and 500 755 i 351 15 I LV oaS O Fo Women r All tho newest thin...

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. — 4 April 1909

= Jit 1 i Tw5 3Pf 7 1 ri I TH2 MORNING BXAMDENEB OGDEN UTAH Sillj AXAPRL 4 lUaU I t lfRENCHMAN i tF WON TE I RACE Greatest Marathon Ever Run Sf inJmsricaSt Yves Sets Terrific Pace New York April 3Hcnr SI Yves of Franco won the great International Marathon derby for professional run I 7 I I nor at the Nantlonal League Baseball I park bore today Doranclo Plctrl of 4 Italy was second and John J llaye of Now York tlilnl awl Matthew Ma I loney of Yonkers KY fourth Tom 1 Longboal the Canadian Indian quit 1 tho track In the twentieth mile anil Alfred Schrubh of England gave up In the twentyfifth mile Both were com pletely exhausted In trying to keep the terrific pace set by tho Frenchman t 1 Shrubb made a game struggle from tho I J II twentieth to the twont llfth mile but F I the pace was too fast nnd the distance too far for him j St Yves the almost unknown cov I j I ered the Marathon distance 2C miles J 185 yards In 2 hours 40 minutes 50 15 11 seconds a remarkable performance I under the...

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. — 4 April 1909

C = I ro 1 J C o g f ro 0 = 0 9 ro c > r THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 4 1909 7 t I Ogden usiness Directory I Adicrlluumcnts In this column coal 75c por line per month payable In a < V vanco r ANYTHING Everything Bell 333 32tt ABSTRACTORS Tho D W Ellis Abstract Company Inc Licensed and Bonded Abstractors of Title to any land In Wobor county Office undor First Natl Bank ARCHITECTS z F C WOODS CO1Nat Ban I 313U e r t W It j N J Harrlo Lawyer Notary Pro I bate and Real Estate Law Specialties lS I First Nat Bank Bldg Phonos 316ti y A G1 HORN n Attornoyat Law Offices over Bad 4ll cons Drug Store I seek the buslnoea f ij 1 of all parties am attorney against all H corporations and monopolies Prepared J I to transact any and all kinds of lcsal buslnesu dll E T Hulnnlski AttornoyatLaw r Rooms 407408 First National Dank buildinG General practice 1 S T CORN ATTORNEYATLAW OJ 207203 First Natl Bank Bids Joseph Chez Attorney and Coun selor at Law 40 and 41 First National Bank...

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. — 4 April 1909

j I1 J L J J cII THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 4 1S09 r j i Free Tickets to lobe Theater 1 I Read This Carefully and Clip Out the Coupon H and SEE the Show FREE = I By Fpocial arrangements this paper will publish a coupon onco each week I which will entitle tbo nubscribcr or I bolder of the coupon to a frro ulrnls nlon to the Globe theater any after ii noon except Wednesday or Saturdaj Just dip out tho coupon hand it to tho I doorkeeper at the Globo and tako tho I brert scat In Ight not occupied If tho Globo management dont treat you 4 j right call on tho Standard manager and report v Week Beginning Sunday April 4 09 It This Coupon H i 1 COo H3m 1t AdmIts one to tho = m jJ X T r PICTURE SHOW m i I 1 zmf r In the at matinee v o named margin any 0 0 4 L performance during the present weak run C c except Saturday and Wednesday ItI m upon presentation at door I Coupon most be presented Intact I t F I < u I 11 tt EXAMINER TELEPHONES i EDITORIAL ROOMS 1 Ind Phone two tin...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 4 April 1909

Q 5 I fi I > i OJ Co tr o it p j < 7 + 1 rages 9 to f TtiEMORNiNG EXAMINER r Part Two I rc f VOL VINO 94 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 41 J909 PRICE FIVE CENTS i I iffj l asgss ro 1 Li r 4 51ORA ND OPERA Ii OUSE CO MING ATTRACTIO Nsil i11 I It y = ill I 6 I I FLORENCE TONIGHT ROBERTS I I I I y O 1 i 1 s e kell y S k yu u Itntfi IDeth ve d LN 1m xU fInest hnThe Inest to to 7ft f f i Jf 1 1 ll 1f f he9 1 f sct at I q te ill REST HEM the la7 h cc a1 i Res AWE 9 30JS lha fro nyi nvisc I 7 5 3H nth r 53 sFai s sr O 1 HI6E f GJi eC opt s I plf 11t i 5 1 r f THREE DISTlINGillSHEJ 9 I PLAYE S WHO iAV A TED SAR OU HEROINES lY pj P cuERlVH7iRT J ELCRENC ROBERT cS 1 I u I A I GRAND OPERA HOUSE DIRECTION NORTHWESTERN THEATRICAL ASSN R P HERRICK RESIDENT MGR T I l f < I G II T John Cork P1l el1isaIll Ex aa Do O believe that which od ID1ary Company in SiPJP Un I co is folly an man is crime In F of the PJ mg + ll Bang ee Gt1 Ame C ln woman Actresses I FLOR ENCI = L iJ OBiI = R s S ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 4 April 1909

tY f r I f I ft t I I I i ase aU Season Ap roaches t Cose Races for Pennants SMre In Major leagues i Tf C uro now on tho ova of the opening of tho base 1 V lr ball season and at last I i Iho festive tuna admit i Chat life Is worth living Tlio Ameri + can leajruo fires the first gun Monday Aprl > 12 nnd two dflvfl later tho Na i tionals begin operations Then the I fight for tho two major league pen CnnUlllon thinks with tho addition of WJd Conroy the old New Yorker at third corner tho team now looks like a pennant winner A spirit of confidence Is being mani fested all along tho line Hugh J cn nings does not sec any team on tho horizon capable of preventing tho Ti ger from breaking a record In the American league and landing a third I HANS WAGNER THE LEADING SWAT ARTIST OF THE COUNTRY I Early in tho year Hans Wagner was ono of tho most prominent members of tho holdout club Ho had announced that In tho future he would devote his time to tho circus and automobllo business but recentl...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 4 April 1909

It I C ro ro g go J II i + i iif 1 i 7f 1 1 If < > i sun c < THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH lot J j yQrQ 1Y U 7 T JJ 1 O i r > i 1 i j tea DWY 4 0 0 a i eo Cr1 L J 0 + M r t ntlr TflE SPRING GOWNS I L7 by tlElEN b Pd bY I rrOI I d it I v y M = harti ieter Latest New York Models Quite 1J t Tailor Made in Outline Heavy Embroidery Coming Into Vogue NOr that the cc has become accus x tomed to the slender outlines of skirls and sieves we can smile at the exaggeration of description with which these stylechanges were heralded and the caricature drawings supposed to rep resent some of the advance models It was with the same ridicule and it seems I with more reason that the sevenyard around skirts and balloon sleeves of per haps fifteen years ago were introduced and if we compare the fashion plates of the two periods we must admit that Irk shows a decided advance in the way oC beauty and good taste A fitted slccc is not necessarily a tight sleeveil may follow the contour of the ...

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. — 4 April 1909

l f1 i T r n i b THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 4 1909 + + + + + I + H + i4HH f J j t i fTEMPERANCEI = J DEPARTMENT 1 i f 1 i f + I CONDUCTED BY W C T U1 I 1 f EDITORIAL COMMITTEE i t MISS FRIEDA DRESSEL MRS U wy = I I n I + fo + H + + + H + + + + + J i Onward rotors Hope la blooming t I Dawns the day of ruins death j I Sunlight breaking lifts the gloom Tardy statesman hold your breath IOGT 11 4 1 r Good Templars will meet again Fri I day night April 10 In Trades and La bor hall as usual Every member Is I urged to be present Tho captnlns of p sides have their badges out and overy I I thing Is progressing nicely A lino t suppor will bo given soon by tho losing side Dont ho on the losing side L aj Wlillc Is perhaps true that many 41 men arc helping to fight the saloon who never had any early training 1 along temperance linen In their youth 4 r jet if wo take the trouble to learn who If I arc the leaders wo will find that they 1 I are as a rule tho boys and girls or t yea...

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. — 4 April 1909

m JC C r I co 0 A m r v c I J o II liEF i l r 1 < > < I t N 1 IJ J < 1 t J c I r I e J I r c t r BOld J j r le I I rr N I r r Nfcf s c Ole r t r a 1J lf t Jill lb0 D t hi S lOld A p ti r m ndW fJ W 0 J by t ij bare h 0111 o I 0 A I CouL I I IrtFa ROM the low window framed in hopvines 1 dl 1 came light enough to light to bed so sleepy FROlI as I so I troubled not at all to e of find the candle Sitting idly on the edge of In tbs the couch I pondered on the effort it would nth I require to pull off my boots A soldier and oQ hardened to all shifts I might indeed have slept as I was but the bed was the best in the inn Both a and I cared not to vex my hostesss tidy soul by any I f13 such roughness of the camp Even as I thought of it ence c < however my tired brain was flowing away into Sn dreams Ii Presently a head appeared close to the glass and ara my fingers released the pistol The head was a wom sip I ans a young girls it seemed in the wimpled white tsrek cap wherein th...

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. — 4 April 1909

S 0 l i j r O 5 < t I T J i 14 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 4 1909 111 < + + 1 + + o 1 i + I 1 i 1 I U 1 TION If DOR t H i C DEPARTMENT I I i 3 Under the Auspices Address all Communications to l I I F of the W M PIGGOTT Editor I I 3 OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 375 Twentyfourth Street I I t I I I I + I MUSEUM OF BAD Sf 1 TASTE AT LEGISLATURE I I I The Telegram In an cdltoriil Fays hA museum of bad tasto has t been opened in Stuttgart Germany tho i I object of which Is to exhibit fantastic I pictures which will bo a horrible ex I ample of how art can be caricatured I by those who have not the divine gift i i to produce anything acceptable Bill the rumor that an ord < Jr has been i i received for a picture of Utahs Into I i r legislature tu bo exhibited there we 1 arc authorized to positively deny i If fantastic pictures are wanted by all means lot them lmo one of Utahs late legislature It would certain I ly take tho prize According to the president of Jho sonato and...

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. — 4 April 1909

Ial 1 I fitI I r a dl e i j t i 39 It I pat ItV r to lptety tha t IlOlIJe Li e Iafr b I tth 1 r at 1 athta t1 hIs to r laths a hum toy EtI 1 ken i4 d a hails s illl tit taatil < I t j WRITE i NO PA i od n LUo tn h 0 Ptj 1nj j jb4 b4 1IIct 1 2 allncll tlelan I Sloi i I 11 + ii j i iI pre ibe uli t2rih roatla I i 1 to t h 11 J rre dtttiiy Irats se pair r pr 1 f I APPJII r1 3 iii mE prof Droo ord rti pre 1ture fa t 1 etc Lire 1Jr6 ire Jo TheIr4 Iml rut eateith t SS77lLr EeG i 1AmbTl r IJMPT t Ray In let fr S 11 vtla 9 clili the hb Sera eaten l5 Jr rfE4S LrsHHj > l I f s fi I + i tr + c rl I I ti I Is I Su + n I I0G l tli iIJ ltr 1J ci rP QrJJ 1 its 1tJ di J r1 Vto SJI rl rIi lcsl psi plf 1 fra7j I Iokf t IUt d at j i red 1 I I tits I t Istlrt tlrt ten lid tIP I I J JY I to Its t srl Ill tll r I d 1 j adP f rss rr I 1 dI f CJtI I r s 5 i pDJ I I II r tt t 1 I3i fg 1Hr S JI G t i r f a tr J A 1ij c mJl > 1 0 t j fi 1i rt J t I 7fPr r Y v I THE SUNDAY STAVDtLRV OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY ...

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. — 4 April 1909

i I I 7 I < r 1 ill X r I I THE SUNDAY STANDARD GODEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 4 1909 tI i I I 3 LI Lovely LinOerLe 4 r t t I roc i7 s or 4 y t c e 4 ril t11 4 I f n i I t4 fari rlodel l I of Lawn dud Lace i = I April the lime to Make Up Thin Dresses g I jfi l A Stunning Lingerie Model from Paris i ji OnePiece Effects Prevail A Lin 3 r I gerie Bridesmaid Frock e I ul nave uecn packet away me Il f Inst winter word hns been spoken ir funs summer raiment la the femi I I I nine topic of the moment 11 It Ig Hlwnys best to mnke up I tile really summery things the dimities 1 Inwns and swlwcs nnd tho more or less t II i elaborate lingerie frocks quite early In i f the season leaving May free for the 1 I i R more Important street costumes of silk or i linen which pbouia be left until 6tylc3 i I vnre thoroughly established I i hero Is uo renson why the dainty thin dresses for uildsumuicr afternoon and j evening wear should not be fashioned In I April General style linos ore settled by rU ...

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. — 4 April 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. — 4 April 1909

LL l r l I LOUR I J I i I OUR rICT O MGAZLN l II = = = 3 I I i l I I CUPIDS SCUOOL t 1 4 I r EEI klnda uorvoue I 4 questioned Jool Pnt I ors ns a turn of tho road brought the dis 4 I trict school In sight Uot very said Susie Conover frank t I ly though I confess that tho thought of S Tommy Holding rather alarms mo One boy lllco that In J a school can upset the discipline of > I the entire body and I have heard JII 1 nothing but Tommy fielding since 1 arrived Hes n limb o satin agreed Pot j ers chcerlngly i was going to have a man teather this year but you beg I god so hard for the place thitwull you cant sny I didnt tell you before qa you took the job he icmlmlcd us lie 1 I i cramped the wheels to let the girl r i H climb out of the1 buggy Youll have I to do tho best you can null remember theres a stale law against whipping I In the schools I Tho school committeeman touched 1 I his hoiso with he whip and tile 1I speedy mare vanished In rt clbud of 1 dust while Miss ConoVul Went I...

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. — 4 April 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. — 4 April 1909

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