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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 18 April 1909

Q J I n Q c ro or 0 = 0 n it > i a p I I I LL wiT fl 1 r t f I OUR P CTie MGAZN e J 1 1H f iooo = I fl j O 00 l N I 1 t UDGE ROCKER had decided most posi r L tively that Jim Brock I should not lie his 11 soninlaw Brock I M had decided to tho contrary J Jim had an ad ilii vantage however In t so far that he was ili not alono In the fight Ho was mate rially reinforced by Lucy Ruckor the Judges daughter and the object of 4E the bitter contention Lucy loved her father but aho loved Jim more I The one great fault the judge found 41JI with Jim was his poverty and this LI fault Jim possessed In the first degree j fi This would not have been so bad iu aiJ1 f the > vei of the Judgo If Jim had shown I I any Inclination to remedy It But he I lt I didnt Ho made money but he was too generous and frcchmtsd to save H t 1 In the cjce of till judge who was al most miserly this ANUS an unpiirdon 1 lh able falling 111 I IJ Show me thai you can suvo 5000 In a year he once said to Jim and 1 may th...

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. — 18 April 1909

i c upy uuar r h j T 0 > I c 9 r jj J A PAGE POR M I L AlP Y Y J 0 1 snrtrh t J 11 crt A > ft Ii I N I Ij fIJJ i 0 1 f m t 0 DO tJ t Fth l EW IDtA tt d FA flION I 0 0 D a 1 1 f J Tel alsf SIW Lire coCO O L LINGERIE MORE DAINTY THAN EVER d l w CO 0 COW W Lh CIiILDREN i di u + ntP thhi Hotivto Effectively Teach Them Good jov 1 Manners S 0 llE simplest anti surest way or in to THn good manuorfl In chll vi drou Is to practice thelh our Clcc self and a homo whore courtesy null cc consideration for others IH the Uoj ca note scaicely can full to lie a happ one A pretty bully wnv of IhO lIet pi mannered boy of mv acquaintance was IV to kiss his mothers ItnnJ It was cl not merely the InatlncL of all affec tionate heart ho hifl ueoil lily futlicr do It so repeatedly that It began aB fa one of tho imitative acts to which hi Children are ao probe n It IB an cnsy task thai tit co king w and serving a nieal and of molding d the childrens niatiners ill the fume time but whorl imrohls ilio in...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 25 April 1909

I Iii 0 a I i 1 i r L CI CI i a m i t f Qj d = FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES t FORECAST I Do Advertisers Know t UTAH WEATHER i That Examiner r t 1 ° r if ° L l MINERUTAH I T HIE ORNIN 6 EXA MINER x P Advertisements Bring = y i 1 t s t I r I WEATHER INDICATIONS WILL ARE THAT BE FAIR THE I f WARMER TODAY TOMOR i Results > Try I t ROW FAIR hI AND OGDEN STANDARD 4 VOL VINO M5 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 25 J909 TWENTY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS bft CONSTITUTiONAL fORCES N COMPlfTE 41 CONTROL SULTAN PRISONER IN PALACE Formal Submission Not Yet Given Troops at Mercy of Army of Occupation Commander = I msb mander = in = Chief Desiring to Avoid Further Bloodshed Extends Period of Grace Within Which Sultan Must Make Final Decision Yildiz Kiosk may Be Rushed During NightDisposition of Ruler by Con stitutionalists Unknown to Embassies 1 thce Constantinople April 2ITho con V stitutional forces are In complete con i trol of the capital tonight The sul v ° tan Is practically a prisoner...

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. — 25 April 1909

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Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 25 April 1909

jo II S 0 f Li It I I h 2 n t f i i J b If = > CP 1 c rJ Y THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 25 1900 3 Yd d tiro ° ooFoe i o ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ro M a ° o ° M oota + frF oo o o o a o 0 o c c a o o n a a o ° o os o oa oa ac a ° t OOh > Our < 6 0 > k Y oao ° si 0 R T 00 1 h o 4c9 1 rg oeao ° oooaoaooo + ° ° ° ° ° 6da ° ° ° ° ° ° a o ° oa oa 4 oo o4 0 + 0 + oaM ooaara oc o ° oa e 01 Fighters Lose Vitality 1 0 0 a I I in Their I Many Fights J By Kid McCoy Norman Selby 1I There Is a limited number of fights I In every man just as thero Is a pro rirlbed numbor of cartridges in every I Winchester When you have fired the last shot rom your WJnchoatcr it Is as good I as no gun at all Of course you can reload the gun but when a boxer has fought his laat fight he is thiough The hard training necessary to pre pare a man for a ring engagement k saps much of his vitality but tho fight i itself takes the most vitality out of k him d himFor example after 1 became a mid dle...

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. — 25 April 1909

I ii U ro c 0 r r L H 7 7 n UicL L i J J H I THE MORNING EXAlVIINER OGDEN AHn SUNDAY APRIL 25 190 I flOCtAEiy1 wJ 1 Harry Lee returned Thursday even 1 I Ing from a weeks visit In Choyonnc Mints Blenda Nicholson Chicago i Is visiting her sinter Mrs Jnmcs D Shaw i Mrs W H Roth and sons of Wyo ming nro tho guests of Mre A R > Hoywood The Historical society will moot on Saturday May 1 at the homo of Mm Mattlo Vogol Miss Bernice Reese entertained about a dozen of her girl friends on I Tuesday evening at her homo Miss Daisy Maglnnls entertained the members of Sacred Heart academy alumnae on Thursday evening at her home Miss Isaac Russell who has been visiting her mother Mrs S S Smith loft Thursday for New York city j where sho will Join Mr Russell r Mrs Horace S Foster entertained i the ladles of the Congregatlonal I church on Thursday afternoon at her 1 home on Harrison avenue The Sorority club ot the Weber i academy entertained a number of I friends on Thursday evening at the I home ...

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. — 25 April 1909

P s 1 J 0 1r A L c u I l fl > 4ft nJ fC r v 4 T J h THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 21OOD L 1 r 4v4 L I I r I I I I 4 F 4 I JI I vi 4 r j L 7 Y 1 t S n 14 1 e h 1 i I lii ii 1 I I r j I ir I I k I I I = = jab I ra1Uo t I F you desire snap ginger t go dash and elegance com t bined lot us show you one grealer cJ of these smart Spring suits tpei This design Is In the latest bere fashion the fabrics aro durable and the prices are very reason cent c able I I 4P ehonJ alJar Fred M Nye ctlo bUdE Company mj 2413 Wash Ave a hdog Lbrow i elt wl on it 1BRVITft 51 OiU 01 a so lISiot Over the Old Line Superintendent 2Jj Manson and members of his staff will nll fEod leave tomorrow morning for a trip over 1 the old ICelton line and will spend a iu hl l I day or two Inspecting conditions from l i LucID across the lake where six worl pos d to i trains are now employed In strength lhe W ening the grades and fillings condG > Conferring Over Improvements c t y u Q Campbell loft yeste...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 25 April 1909

M 0 i = I H < 0 C t mOO t l I III < < r FAffiS REACH AND BENEFIT EVERY AVENUE OF INDUSTRIALIZE AND ARE INSTITUTIONS BE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED 1 i rUt tXAMINER trd Published Every Day In the Year a by Wm Glacmann Entered as eccond claims matter + t p Utah under tho poGtofflce Ogden 0I I Act of Congreea Communications to this pupor are limited to 200 words k SUBSCRIPTION RATES Delivered by Carrier In Ogden City Including Sunday Morn Ing Examiner In advunco 50 c At end ol month 70 Single copieD r I BY MAIL IN ADVANCE I The Examiiior Is cent by man outside of Ogden per ycr rn00 At least quarterly In advance 110 i I FEARLESS and INDEPENDENT Tho Examiner Is n Btrtctly Inde pendent newspaper It gives all Bldca an equal show Tho Examiner baa no favorites nnd no enemies to punish It will give the news unbiased and un prejudiced Communication will be lecolvctf on nil subjects presented In ro i i cpcctrul language from ktiMvn Indi I viduals out tho true name must ne II published In f...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 25 April 1909

t a at OS = I 1 S THE MORNING EXAMINER OGPEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 25 1909 7 1 1 AMUSEMENTS H 0 RAND 1 OPERA HOUSE Direction Northwestern Theatrical Ason R P HERRICK RCB Mgr = J Thursday April 29 THE EDGAR FORREST CO I presents 41 That Odd Comedian MR HARRY BeresforD I AND A REMARKABLY CLEVER COMPANY IN Whos Your Friend p BY HARRY AND EDWARD PAUL TON Greatest Comedy Success of Now York Chicago London Frisco A HIT LAUGH The One Dig Ocean to Ocean Prices 150 LOO 75c 50c 25c S 206 Ind Only i 1 The dearest suit you can buy may bo tno Jowesc In rrlco A suit thai doesnt wear or hold Its shape Is dear j no matter how little you pay for it IF WE TAILOR YOUR SUIT Ho first cost will be no more than you ordinarily pay Its better lit its bet ter wear Us permanent good shape however will make It really cheaper in the end than any other suit you could buy Come In and be measured You need a new suit anyway Why not have Uio best when it costs no lucre R W ANDERSON 254 25th St Ind Phone 8915 S i t S Is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 25 April 1909

I 1ft 1 r 3u1JD 1 THE mORNING EXAMINES OUDEN UTAH SUrIU Y 2s l yea t I t I BROUfi TEN BRANDENBER6 TE i b NOVELIST CAPTURED IN b SAN FRANCISCO H J Fugitive From Justice Was in Ogden Wednesday He Declares Heis Dreyfus of America and Has 3een Made Scapegoat of Politics His Stepson Whom He Took From Home of His Grand mother Mrs Cabanne Is With Him San Francisco April IBrolgh j I ton Brandonbcrg novelist and maga I zine writer who was uncstcil here last night as n fugitive from justice in New York on n charge of grand t larceny in connection with a political r article claimed to have been written f Ii by tho Into drover Cleveland de 1 clares that ho Is tho Dreyfus of Am i erica and has been made the scapegoat of politics I With the writer when he wa ar J rested at a local hotel was his siunll 4J stepson James Cabanne of St Louis I Branbenberg had registered as D l W L Leonard of London and after j having been taken into custody ex f plained that this was a family name J under which he ha...

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. — 25 April 1909

r 1 L Pages 9to16 1 THE MORNING EXAMINER I Part Two I VOL VINO 115 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 25 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS f rt1 r r r JN t t > GA3T ti N t 1 AFRICA 1T LJ1on hooting in Son1aliland i By LORD DELAV1ERE Foremost oniony the great hunting authorities of the English speaking world is Lord Dclamcrc He is credited with being the heaviest killer in the party which bagged the record number of Afri can lions some few years ago In East Central Africa his prowess is familiar to every native Not long ago a locality beset with lions sent a delegation four hundred miles to call on Lord Delaware to ask him to come and wipe out the destroyers of their cattle In this article he vividly contrasts the thcurij and practice of lion blotting in the region which ExPresident Roosevelt will invade HE beat pioco ofT lion tracking I ever saw lasted live full T hours and Is so memorable In sev eral respects that I 1 i purpose to use It as an introduction to that general method of lion b...

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. — 25 April 1909

IIu V I I THE MORNING EXAMINEE f OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL25 1909 1 t I I r EXAMINER TELEPHONES I t JOITORIAL ROOMS v i Ind Phone two rlnsjo No Ot BcJJ Phone two rlngo No 60 BUSINESS OFP1OH Irvt Phono one ring No 31 Bon Phono one ring No 50 fiGt fRVITiiiJ A M E MlsFlonScnlcts will bo held tonight at 730 at the hall corner Twenty sixth street and Grant C Burcucll of First Methodist church of Ogdon will address the meeting Good music will be a feature of the services AMERICAS most wonderful farm land A deep alluvial Delta deposit of soil Fine climate Lithia What more do you want Join the next t excursion Tuesday April 20 Western Land S Investment Co Rooms UDIG steles Bldg Appeal Filed An undertaking on t appeal was filed yesterday morning In the civil actfon of Joseph T Young against Emma H land 1 Tickets for the dance to ho given by 11 the ladles of tho Episcopal church 41 next Friday evening can bo obtained 1 at Lewis Jewelry store Admission tl 150 p pi Mct With an Accident F H Xeil o...

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. — 25 April 1909

e 1 THE SUNDAY tfrAKVAXtii OGDEN UTAH O 9 rh nt G = i G T < mr t G CrA L EdLS I Y IE I O O 4 F a I eo a 0 sssssssa QY V A I i Y h RE5PON5IBIllITIE5 f 1 t r J J r of mOTtiERHOODI 4 t r r The Cafe and Education of Children the tligbest G a r I Object in a Womans Ldfe equitfes Constant C 1li i i 1 j r Jr 1 to 5 Sacrifice bat Insures final Happiness trl t t I 1 I t r a By WIme E f1ESTINE rJ The Greatest Operatic r t SCfllnVIAt1i 1EI 1 ifjJ Contralto of the Day I THERE is to my mind no subject I so vital about which one may write j as that on which I have been asked to express my opinion Children 1 What would the world be without them By f them the perpetuity of the race is as sured and on their upbringing the prog ress of the world depends Although the superlative importance of bringing up children properly has been realized for ages there arc no rules to guide the young parent the only principles to be followed arc individual ones and the mistakes of one generation arc often passed ...

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. — 25 April 1909

I v r New York Giants In the National League I < And Cleveland Naps In the American Look Like Two Best Bets for Pennants I HE games aro on the season I here The stricken ball cut THE tho air The batters fan the atmosphere Tho run ners round the bases tear The umpire calls tho strikes and balls puts run ners out when they are In nor heeds squalls that they will the rooters angry kill him euro ns Din Tho seasons here tho same old muss and on the scats tho name old us Tho main question among tho bano ball fans of the country at present Is what teams will capture tho ponnanta In the National and American leagues Can Frank Chance leader of tho Chi worlds champions cago Nationals twice and threo time pennant winners cap i s the flag for the fourth tlmo Will Mc Graw of the New York Giants with i his greatly strengthened team take the I title away from the Cubs Is this Philadelphias year or will Fred Clarkes perennial pennant pursuers the Pills I I burg Pirates cop It7 Is Hugh Jen nings ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 25 April 1909

7 I v r ft y 0 JiI G4 t V i I r 0 I 1 t 1111 1 l II II IIIIII II I E I r 1 1 i l 1 j iii ii E 7 0 T I I fllopkinsou 0 I LL this happened when Marny was ooor before he had little red ribbons and buttons in his lapel three at least all of different colors I and a saddle horse on which to exercise his tired body after a mornings work at his easel and a boxofaplacc up in the woods where he spent a few weeks in the early Summer before he went over to sec what was going on at the Royal Academy and at the Salon None of these things belonged to Marny at this time Even his milk was left outside his studio door and his paper bought at the corner It was when pulling in this milk one morning that he first made the acquaintance of Old Sunshine The cans had got mixed Marnys pint having been laid at the old mans door and ihs old mans gill at Marnys and the rectifying of the mistakeOld Sunshine did the rectifyinglaid the basis of the acquaintance Everybody of course in the Studio Building knew him ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 25 April 1909

Ej < 7 Etr n r F r it F V r f T r f1fitr T 7T1rF7 I i 4 THF rT11nr T5Ir = r1ri T f T cJiD jPrr 2 U iSOO f UNION + LABOR DEPARTMENT Under the Auspices Address all Communications to JL of the W M PIGGOTT Editor OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 375 Twentyfourth Street I H + W + HHHHrHHHH FREEDOM THROUGH ORGANI ZATION The following poem written by Joseph A Labadie of the Street Rail way Mens organization brings out two points very prominently first the absolute futility of trying to eland out alone against the power of wealth and second the lack of sense exhibited by so many in not organiz ing to stand together against this great power This little poem is full of meat and Is worthy of caroful and thoughtful consideration Dont Just read It but study It Brother Labadle said I I cant alone contend against Tho force that docs inc wrong Nor yet can you without my help Withstand this power long To bolh It comes with blighting hands Restricts the weal of each Wo meekly each alone protest And fruitless...

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. — 25 April 1909

r al u THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY APRIL 25 iDOl IB CUPID MUST FIGHT RED TAPE Ludicrous Mistake In French Law Hard to Correct CUrfOUR difficulties occasionally bo tct young people who wish to marry In Franco A young Frenchman pro posed recently to a a Mile Eugenie nnd wan accopted The parents be gan collecting tho mass of legal pi j pors required for Fronch marriages I Among tho Jlret to be obtained was Mdllo Eugenies birth certificate and when thoy got It they found that sho was registered a boy She la put down In the big book as a male and a male she remains legally and admin istratively Her parents pointed out first that sho wan obviously do facto a girl second that the Christian namo of Eu genie entered In tho register was fem inine and third that if she had been a boy she would already have been 1 called up for tho conscription being of age The authorities replied that none I of these arguments wore legally and administratively valid and that she continued to be a bo...

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. — 25 April 1909

tT 1j4rft 7 c f 1 1 fJ fflItefc L I I NEWSANDVIWSOI fARMERS fflm Eon gym fclsJfl p1 = I i THE FIRST INCUBATOR Directions Followed Closely Will Result in Larger Per centage of Chicks j I BY DEBBIE L PUTNAM I It lu ready to work at any and all < Boaons the oil to run it costs leas tJ hon the food for buna doing the samo I tt amount of work there Is no troublu tl from vermin brollorg can be produced d ewily without Interrupting biddy when T laying hoi highest priced hRS the euro e of the Incubator la less work than that < Ii of the lions to do Its work especially < S during tho Inclement season and IK > 0 more agreeable These nro eomo of the n arguments in favor of the Incubiuor j j On tho other hand a tollable hen will 11 produce fewer cripples and perhaps l have hotter success If thc eggs happen i to not be perfectly fiosh yet on this l pcnt sclenci Is making rapid stride c Notice that I any a relianlo hen But these arc rare rho average hen will > rot bo better than Ih...

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. — 25 April 1909

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