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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 11 April 1909

1 a Q 1ft c 3 I II 0 > a = o I Lz A CD C liDo = i > CO J I J rs r I i I 7J t I 7 > t < ll 1 > Z FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES FORECAST Do Advertisers Know UTAH WEATHER I That Examiner = a n = I = t TN O R N IN G XAM I N R Advertisements Bring t L I A I I r L L THERE SNOW INDICATIONS AND WILL COLDER BE ARE RAIN TODAY THAT OR r Results Try It TOMORROW GENERALLY FAIR 4 AND OGDEN STANDARD h VOL VINO 101 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING APRIL n 1909TWENTY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS f N DROTESTE 0 para n Vier TO TE lAST tang Dg 1s MOMENT i lad 9 Cf Gendarmes Place Castro on Mattress and Carry Him to Steamer C 3 Fort Do Franco April 10 Ciprlano Ct Castro cxprcsldent of Venezuela was expelled tonight from the Island of I Martinique by the French government I Ho protested to the last against his expulsion but his protests were in I 23 vain He In now on board the French r lIno steamship Versailles bound for St Nazalrc I r Official notice was served on Castro this morning of the de...

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. — 11 April 1909

h r = 1 j I ft J lJI I F 6 h THE MORNING EXA MINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY RILll 1909 1 Iffl I 1 I s11 J r t jit 1 L ci 3 J I r II I r i y f P 1 J I 4 r a = = = w J Mr W J Harvey of Pocatollo Tda f I ho Is the guest of Mrs Albert Seaton for n few days It coats two cents to mall a letter to f bo delivered in Ogden City i Mr Albert Seaton entertained a few I I friends on Mondoy afternoon In honor of Mrs W J Harvey of Pocatello I I I The ladles of tho Baptist Kensing ton will be entertained at tho home of Mrs Rowley 2113 Grant avenue r Friday afternoon Mrs Frank Young entertained at a I theatre party Friday evening In hon or of Mrs J W Harvey of Pocatello all Idaho Following the performance I luncheon was enjoyed at the home ol I the hostess Mrs Ed Staples entertained at din ner Thursday oven lng In honor of Mrs il J W Harvey of Pocatollo Idaho 1 The table was prettily decorated with tulips j I Miss Margaret Nicholson entertain i ed about sixteen friends at a fivehun I dred party on Thursday...

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. — 11 April 1909

ro I o 1 H e O S i o AP 0 = o 2 e me t f meo II I f t cc < T I IW c I v THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 11 19Qp 1 I Free Tickets to ilobe Theater Read This Carefully and Clip Out the Coupon and SEE the Show FREE f Is fly special arrangements this per 1 will publish a coupon once each week i Tvhich will entitle the subscriber or holder of Uie coupon to a free admis I sion to tho Globo theater any after noon except Wednesday or Saturdaj Just clip out the coupon hand it to tho doorkeeper the Globe and take tho best scat In sight not occupied If the Globe management dont treat you right call on tho Standard manager J and report k This coupon will appear onco each week on different days In the Stand ard and JJxamlnor and the coupons will be good for seven days after It Is dated Watch for tho coupon clip It out give It to the children If you dott want to go yourself but give the Gloho theater a chance to honor the cou pons they arc paid for See tho educa tional moving pict...

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. — 11 April 1909

1 < I JI s i > f Lt i 1 1j I I THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 11 1909 fl TE tX MiNER j It 1 Published Every Day In the Year Ji by Wm Glacmann 1 I Entered 13 second class matter ill If the Postoffice Ogden Utah under t Act of Congrest Communications to this paper are t i limited to 200 words 4 SUBSCRIPTION RATES lf Delivered by Carrier In Ogden J City Including Sunday Morn jf J Ing Examiner In o 50c At end of month 7 = c I 00 Single copies i BY MAIL IN ADVANCE rho Examiner Is sent by mall 14 outsldo of Ogdon per year 600 i At least quarterly In adv nco 1oO h FEARLESS and INDEPENDENT Tho Examiner lo a otrlcUy Inde r pendent newspaper It gJvos all sides an equal show I Tho Examiner naB no favorites t and no enemies to punish It will Klvo tho nows unbiased and un prejudiced Communication will bo iccolvcd 1 t on all subjects presented In ro i spccttul language from uuovn Indi h viduals out the truo name must nn j published In full All loUers and II communications sign...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 11 April 1909

p l H C i I = c I U 2 i pp i 0 I o J J tJi < f riO u If i I THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 11 l Ort 0 i I I I t i ° i Ill f I I r k r p r r r t I I r1 f ° r it t i L ill 11 I i C t i 4 I + ut l ils t fled ° t led f ELECT your Spring Suit tit S l early Sir select it now There never was a bet ter time for the Spring styles are just in from the Worlds Best Tailor Shops 16E Choice and handsomo gar o ments all blooming with the now style features and Spring freshness 01 Correct models and fabrics rcl for Middle Aged Men and all c the swell stunts for the Dash Ias ing Young Dressers 4 a 10 X15 BLS up to X535 sz d Remember that luck or chance never enter into a pur 0r + chase made hereand that L theres no time like now to > et choose your Spring Suit Fred M Nye ION Company 2413 Wash Ave I ieR i9 I ra I mVStl oar IBRIEVITUS c Mrs Root the Speaker In the ab fence of Rev Wm T Drown the pul pit of the First Unitarian church was G er ably llllecl last Sunday night by Mrs r I...

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. — 11 April 1909

U J L I u u t JrI II 11II JIM e THE MORNING EXAMINE1I OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 11 190D l I p o 0 + + OWoJ4 r + as 4 i > + O > i si It 1 I q Ae S p 0 RT i 0 o0 4 I + doo o e + bo eo ooloeoj Oed7lo o 4X + x beo X + + I I = 3 i Frenchman Now a Hero i Was Looked Upon asa Joke By Tad J NeW York April 10 Henry SU Yves of France formerly a caterer In I a London restaurant Is the hero of the sporting world The young man i I I who heat the greatest Marathon run l a ners can claim tho honor of being the best He heat both Longboat and I tihrubb and made them both quit and would have mado Hayes and Dorando do livewlse had the distance been Q lunger 1 f Sl Yves was the smallest racer in tho bunch Saturday and at the start the biggest joke Dorando and Longboat most laughed J themselves silly at the dark horse when ho started lIe had a choppy lit tle stride like a Shetland pony He 1jl this two stops to Longboats ono and his feet were raised only about six I inches from the ground never much 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. — 11 April 1909

II Q ru i 1 J II a C 1 J H 1 ti I I p t < > Co 11 t I u < or 0 v i1 ft tW > 6 < t r i s Y 1f i < p r I Pages 9 to 016 THE MORNING EXAM NR I Part Two I I r VOL VINO 10 J OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING APRIL U J909 PRICE FIVE CENTS I r r fGi RAH = COMNG ATTRACTIONSJ fit J W g t Jt a riffm Jt r TONIGHT WEDNESDAY l r I I THE 10000 BEAUTY SHOW E I tTHE GIRL QUESTION i nt mIl J THE GIRL QUESTION AT THE GRAND WEDNESDAY APRIL 14 i F III THE GIRL QUESTION AT THE GRAND WEDNESDAY APRIL 14 IL 1f g > t j i MARJORIE LAKE AT THE GRAND TONIGHT WITH T SF THE 310000 BEAUTY SHOW Jii r 1 t 1 W i = r e THE GIRL QUESTION C I Harry Hamlln tho famous stago I director has directed the rehearsals of The Girl Question the musical cornell by Frank R Adnms and Will M Hough with music by Joseph D How aid which will be seen at the Grand on Wednesday under the di1 lection of the Askln Singer company i Thorn Is a distinction a class and an atmosphere of elegance about Mr I Hmlon work which atam...

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. — 11 April 1909

c 41 j L T iC f Yi jII M II rm MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 11 19011 If Pi Ls J EXAMINER TEL PHONES f J EDITORIAL ROOMS 1 fio aq iA Ind Phane two ring BaJJ Phon two rings lkNo Bft BUSINESS OFFICE S t Inf Phone Cn ring No 1d ring NO 06 BeI Phon one 5t fBRfVITIEsl The Standard and Examiner suI scrlbors who have sloped contracts for the china plaques should present tho same at the Standard office at once as there arc only a ow of them left Do not be disappointed they are all gone Central Park Presbyterian Church corner Washington avenue and thirty first street Row S C C Hickman pastor Communion service 11 a 111 Sunday school 1220 Blhlc study and prayer meeting Wednesday evening S oclock All cordially Invited to I these services i Millinery opening 3H Wash AV AMERICAS most wonderful farm t land A deep alluvial Delta deposit of soil Fine climate Lithia What inoro do you want Join tho next excursion Tuesday April 13 640 lit Bambergor Line Western Land j Investment Co Rooms 115...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 11 April 1909

i 11 0 I o e > ri fg 1 I i TV I r L T THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH t i 1 II > f h I f1 I t i x t M j I = n J S y 4 i Jt J 1 I I t a J t fft t 1 I L p 1 0 1 < l1Jet r < 0 C 1 r 11 L J v JE Q V A a 418 II Jl oJ < fi if his 1 a I Q III I t i f1 ii r 1 r YEEPI t 1G 1HOU E Oy lR V Ul E J I t rinJ 9 I iA j lit by WEA TlA H WII1S0 I Ui f J J fi Chii7 u < mLCC E1 i 6aced u1 1 1 30 aced a a zlttti a g Tame Ji1d la or 1f 5 it m Ce1 fi makes M usewor asy a u o Qw I TOO many housekeepers feel that their ar work is never done that it pushes them continually that there is never tit2 c lime fora long breath The mere tltst thought of company for a week causes them to gasp in terror a guest for even one meal causes confusion It often happens that this state of affairs is brought about by the fact that the work is never looked squarely in the a face No apportionment of duties to 0 days is made no assignment of definite t > amounts of time to definite tasks Dish washing comes at...

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. — 11 April 1909

t c i1 u I Wi i J 0 L 1 Jt > r 1 J I j i i if 66Y ff QJBail Now the Ste gari < I I I 3j t Major league Season at Hand I l i1pllera Outlook of the Teams baseball sea HE arrival of tho IJa > has mado tho funs forget son THE tholr troUblo of tho last few months Frosted cars winds chilblains and roaring northwest v aro now things of tho pant for six or seven moro months at least and hu manity has a chanco to get Into tho r warm sunlight to whoop cr up for the iiomo team It IB Interesting at this otago of tho i cnmpngn to glance over tho playing list of the various major league teams to note what men tho clubs aro de pending on In tho now makeup It Is only by considering tho abili it i ties of tho Individual players that tho I strength and prospecln of a team can j bo ascertained It wont do to take I too seriously the dictum of managers x I and captains each of whom has a f championship combination at tho be t ginning of tho season at least In Mi own mind Tho fan who determines ...

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. — 11 April 1909

IIS I 0 t II L I a I t J J h T r f > hPaiL ¼ Mlj r got I r rhQI t Illd 1 I fr ill tji > enc I A I x3itt s r tM I > 12 i I J u from t 13 T R CIiARDL e GALLIENNE Id i Q l irtdi I thit T n snlit H < 1 3U 11 O you believe in dreams Margot r i Fancy your asking me such a question 5rst 1 answered wiselooking little Margot r ante < turning her big blue eyes almost reproach 3ot fully on her friend Of course I do xrls9 She was a serious rather eery little d tn creature with quite a nimbus of I a golden brown hair about her head u1 1 < and an eager delicately shaped face which how iui ever was so dominated by her great eyes that like deze f some flowers she seemed to be nothing but eyes Ingji j Looking at her one might well believe that if there neIr were any ghosts about or any spirit faces in the ft wind Margot would see them oRin Her friend Phoebe Somerset was a tall graceful girl IAlir with dreams too in her deepbrown eyes but they vi t I were the dreams this world can f...

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. — 11 April 1909

= 3tp o = J 4 i t jIB I 12 THE MORNING EXAMINER oc4Dr APsu1 n uuu Ii t r = KX L W I H > I HY I Y 1 i r lli II j r LABOR TY f C L I UN lOIN L Y 1 J I DEPARTMENT X + j I t 3 Under the Auspices Address all Communications to I of the W M PIGGOTT Editor X = i0 t OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 375 Tvcntyfourth Street l Jt f J IulluIJ THE CONTEMPT CASES OF H MESSRS GOMPERS MITCHELL I i AND MORRISON > I By Hon Seth Low ExMayor of New Y York City ExPresldcnt of Co I J lumbln College President i I National Civic Fod j II crntion = The National Civic Federation has e j In Its membership both large em ployers and Ute leaders of organized I labor In a matter llko the Injunc tion proceedings In ho Bucks Stovo w and Range case It seems as If it ought to be possible lo make each side rea i lize the others point of view at least J faIrly enough to enable both to do I justice to each other This article is nn attempt to do this In one of the International rifle matches of twentyfive or thirty years ago o...

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. — 11 April 1909

flu a 0 z p j 1 L roc Ii I i > 0 I IT f ffCSi ftIr C > I I THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 11 1909 IB i Ogd Business 11 Directory Iit Advurlluouieuta lu this column coal I nODS 75c por lino per month payable In acV vanco I Bu I ANYTHING Everything Bell 33s UStflti3 32tt I I I ABSTRACTORS I v Tho D W Ellis Abstract Company Inc Licensed and Bonded Abstractors YL < of Title to any land In Wobcr county Office under First Nat Bunk jU l3 f ae II ARCHITECTS tlrr e3s I htl t I F C WOODS CO 1st Nut Bank 313U 11 If4 Is C ATTORNEYSATLAW e r dr all Yi N J HARRIS Lawyer Notary n Probate and Real Estate Law Special Id Ki tics First Nat Bk Bldg Phones r t OUttv rcon A G HORN AttornoyntLaw Of h t1 fices over Badcons Drug Store I seek the business of all partIes am attorney h01JM torney ngainat all corporations and mz l f dry monopolies Prepared to transact any u and all kinds of legal business pjrIL thk 11 Ctt E T HULANISKIAttorneyatLnw Rooms 107108 First National Bank > bu...

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. — 11 April 1909

= > u U 7 I l C IH II r Th r Iii NEWS ANDVIEWSOf fA1RMERSf 5 J J t 1 J J HOME LIFE ON THE FARM The Necessity of Improvement Ii Possible Only by the Right y Kind of Education Jn oxprcsldfMil Roosevelts an II nouncement of the commission to study I the problems of farm life thore ap V e 1r d this sentence 1 I Whatever will prepare country chil 1 jI dren for life on the arm and what > ever will brighten homo llfo In the country and make It richer and more attractive for the mothers wives and I daughters of farmers should be donu I promptly thoroughly and Kindly Nobody will deny this proposition i aolthcr can ll be disputed that the if remedy for mot of tho miseries of I f farm life HOB In tho Improvement of l the condition of the children From the children come tho mn and women of l thefarmers and Influence of bad liv 1 S ing1 on the child IB plainly soen In our farm life everywhere Qt jl It Is a fact however much we may 11 11 I dlBllfce to admit that the lives of tho boys and gi...

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. — 11 April 1909

= a O i S t 0 t 0 a o I c t 1 > 1 I t1 < i t I i t jl J < I 1 1 I r 1 I I r 0 j I 0t 0 L v 1 I I I r R t 1 1 i 1 r I j t OGDEN CTV UTAH SUNDAY I I Y L 1 M 1 1 ii I OVER I 1 Is ALL THE WORLD ALL THE CHILDREN ARE HAPPY I THERE RESOUNDS GOOD CHEER i y EASTER MORNING IS HERE 4 I I It i t t I Ii s t i 1 I I I 1 r J Lit 1 o t d it ai Ih I I 1 cH I I c C tt 1 ttQ I ° I l Thic 0 0 tj li 1i i i I Iii iiiitJLri n 4 e 0 2i1 d I I 0 ir J 11 ff mi NO fNANI S TILLS lE iI f GOT SOME BUSINESS WONT TOd TO ATTEND TO SO l COME IN I MUSr DENY MYSELF BUD A G THE PLEASURE o a L1 b 1 I 1 1 I I kl i Li I r D i KT IPd v tii1 f It L1 I I i t dOl I 7rpd l c t WELL 6D T 5V BENNY ILL BET WAIT W I LL IE I T 3 ALLDAY SUCKERS FOR I CERTAINLY I t THE CROWD TNATI TAKE YOU UP a I TOI N CAN HIDE THIS E6G MISTER SMITH g F13OUT YOU SO WILLIE r l1 CANT FIND IT i f J I u 9 13 p f d C o JA t ti V 1 + I n ii tfl 11f IL f 9 1 1f r f t I < I I rr I If I S II Y I I tt 0 f I r Vli IrI 11 i I I a I 1 r d 4 Y rl q Vr ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 11 April 1909

iiLi > Fr u J p j i 17i it N T APRIL 11 1909 t l THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING WiW t W = H t t r o I 1 p 1I w Grotes ae 13iPlJs I ibrm dome 1 dPd o1l1andleg I i f Parrot Handles the Fad The Up sideDown Parasol The New Straw Sunshade with Hand I i baa to Match 1 I b nREB roost unncconntnble things 0 there be the prophet tells us The II C way of serpent on a rock the way of a bird through the nlr nod I t I the way of a man with n mold t But verily the prophet forgot to mention Tbo wny of n inajdvwltb a parasol 0 The manipulation of a sunshade comes II as natural to femininity as breathing It II you dont beJJqvVMtywatch eomo small Ii I girl you know with her flrat parasol Watch the ocorc of nays In which she II tips It tilts It peeve under It nod t glance back nt you with it palled non t chnlantly over her shoulder Nobody ever I had to teach womnn how to uso a pornsol8ho knows Porn + ole nt Pulm Bench i At the Southern summerland the flrnt I i l parasols bloom out li...

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. — 11 April 1909

0 = u > ro IJ 0 c 0 Ii I L L J IIIIC O 1 1 t tap iP tr M r p r i il r ll Jit T J J 7 F t 1rr t < < d 7 = 111 c Ctjl McetQ z 1 of F l hon I r i a USEfUL HINTS t usuLTir fOR THE a 4 HOU5EWIFE r lit h u u I tt R wt 1 y tttkl tln pt p t tr t I U bra 111 II dhr ttu F gat 1111 llltt Ild 1at at 71 j Ikl ttll sal I l If A l lop 1tri fllla xdrbt F 0 L ofn i tt t1 i D4 aJ s Df t rDik C E f s qc ds E h > It 2wf7 aTtt v ktit 7tlq lq prt 310 ASltt had jlW y ao tf pYds d tr pqt P11 Iq J IE F I t f 0 DD fNN D n North Knowing To cover the pall In which Huh II cooklnx nlll iiwlu Uir flesh ofl 11 no > Hhunlil be Kept In HIP ilark 1C nx lewd to IlKhl II will itulckly Krnnulale tt xxlon tub nrtmuoI u > d fnc wnnhliiK c IIF IMlmtDchlnu yin lliorii In rurlu al risk ot liriukuyc If the uoodcn iliopploff linwl ID Muuil 1111 pll1 down when not In uso tlioro will be no duiiuir of Us rpllttlni nab eonu okra Inyour Knnlon Dried It K cps Inilrllnltvly and le the belt flavor iioup and boulllonK...

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. — 11 April 1909

a t I 11 t Cb T j S I t k CQic02 of 1ot t q q c V i r JJ 9 r t A PETAWPAWjJ z r LL 1 J1 T the dinner table at one of rho hotels In the Berkshlres a wl d o w and lion daughter Ethel had k been staying lor u I week and where the i II the plnin Mr P Per1 kiss had arrived an hour previously the widow put up her s I lorgnette gave him i comprehensive glance and announc iL that he was Ptissahle What tho daughter thought will probahly ap pear later on What the plain Mr P Perkins thought can be told without injury to the story i j Mother and daughter he said lo himself Mother may oa widow Jjfhe Is a snob anyway Daughter jjLiit affected that way Good face f good figure golden hair and bluo eyes Aged about 20 Sweet disposition and r + crltclcal I shall hope for nn Intro 4 Quctlon to her t j Mrs Lazollo would have been a snob years ago IC her husband John had been allowed to control tho for I limits he had made Ilo was a plain + roan being a contractor He smoked taclay pipe Ho permitted himsel...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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