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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 25 April 1909

1ILJ 0 c I i 0 k V m r 1 C I r THE RTTNTri A V STANDAR D OGDEN UTAH STJNDAY MOKNiUNG APRIL 25 1909 If t r I t I 1 I rro r 1 4 i wIrx i yr I I 1i I Lki4 k m7 n c Coal of ilk with r P c inen Co C j t Y1 5CPI Veil z4 with Bonnet tt 1 4 1 and Veil i j The Checked Topcoat in Sporty Style Snow White Motor Coats Favored at I r Palm Beach Black Bottoms On ii White Coats a Fad I1B peep of the robin rind the bonk 1 of the ubiquitous motor cir pro I claim to limo Huburbnn folk that I spring has CODe gcry day more and more big machines htcal away q out of the city streets upon the freshly ill repaired country roads their brilliant I coats of scarlet blue and other colors I Bashing by In the joyous spring sunbhluci The folk In the cars too are epic anti span In tile splendor of new automobllo rulment Tho befurrcO and beswaddlcd Images of the winter months have given 1 place to human beings In nutty motor l conts anti wraps and soft colored chif fon of summer time once more stream I like homecomi...

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. — 25 April 1909

Iii s I 0 tf 0 2 r 1 t I J J i C l ft Qi ep t r a Ollllt J Jlfl jf FciJlhg Jim I 4 j flAIL THE i LATEST FA HON5 Pftttol seWon teat fej r d thrttJfrM A 11 ettl VVAISTS belo tbp3 O tlfG > > red ana II 0011 o1ldoa trr rJ o t tt hcl ra ill Erp a o d Long Sleeves Are Now the and as re ral sed tit i Style upped lI hIt 0d the lli pa I1ERE IB ovldontlv not the email toreapptyr hl THUPxC Intuition of shelving the watt atltd pnpt t lingerie blouse So comfortable 0 and useful ban It proved Ueell o his tail 41 I that women would probably arise en 10140n t I masse to defend It If ncco sno rind s y 4h dolt t sires Ily a list of new mod la In all U grades of llncnops and of price ale In balrou f tho moiket tie Bald tIRh fti t The one Infallible sign of the new halloh Jyn vintage Is the sleeve and those wont ed + J en who hoe handsome blouses left I Eeern to Ep 1 over from Inst summer must rack How dJ fr > their brains for Ingenious mcthodB of dhtl making short sloors over Into Ions toted ...

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. — 25 April 1909

I CU J trr L1 > j f 31hf1713 ff1Pi tllkrfllj ImJi1fJlr o i1 o 0 0 J o a o 0 o s ae as a > K t I m goo = V IND tho tltlovcH yet r I l asked Chlsholm cnre I t Icssly as ho helped l himself to one or t Stephen Sheldons c cigars and settled In to a comfoVtublu e r Imlr ef Sheldonsface clouded c i Whats the use of ce spoiling a good din f ner by bringing thai up he dcj I mandcd Irritably Im trying to for get it hero in tlio house Its bad I 1 ciiqtigli to have It during mo In the face at the office r 1 Because I want a chance at the game If every one else Is through 1 with It exclaimed Chlsholm Look hen Frank exclaimed A Shcldon twisting In his chair to face l tho younger man I have spent more ithan 10000 on this case In dotec llvo fees alone and for that sum you 1 can got the beat talent In the market Do you suppose that you can succeed where the best and brightest men In tho country have been forced to ac knowledge defeat 1 T It was David wasnt It who plug u TI ged Goliath when th...

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. — 2 May 1909

1 V R r I ST r J y l I F i 1f 1 rliw r 1 J li C > w I J 1 I t j i > f j1j 1 t S ageS 9 to 16 I THE MORNiNG EXAMINER Part Two fj TjF r VOL VINO 122 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MAY 2 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS T p t I tl l y z r r r f r II 4 I I t B IN 3T C tL r t A 1 1 AFRICA I 11 On the Spoor 01 th ing 01 Beasts h bi r LB Y LO R D D ElL A MER E tltd Foremost among the great hunting aiithonlifs of the English speaking world is Lord Dclamcrc He is credited with Icing ifie heaviest killer it the party which bagged the record number of African lions some few years ago JH East Central Africa 1 his prowess fv familiar to every native Ao long ago a locality beset with lions sent a delegation four hundred miles to call on r Lord Delamerr to ask him to come and wipe out the destroyers of their cattle In this article he vividly contrasts the theory i and practice of lion hunting in the region which ExPresident Roosevelt will invade O get good sport In Somnllliind tho first 1 T thing is to...

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. — 2 May 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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 2 May 1909

I 2 0 s A i l t Ld I fJ 1 t JT t 11 < tt Ii J r Tttf = = 0 c < fw JJ e zJ Y w iff 1v I I I 1 v h TF 1 t rz r f F tL I i r lll i fI or Bf I z i d pr j j Q W9 l I i = = I JIll I I rt I J i fI J J 1EEJL 1 tr dJ 1 0 l 1 N HOO arc jc gettin on at the ichnlc ma AN mannie enquired Mr Purdic of his grand son who after several invitations had con descended to sftotf the old mans knee Fine replied Macgrccgor carelessly Wis yc dux the day An answer to this question came from the boys mother who was washing up the tea Ihings Dux exclaimed Mrs Robinson Macgrcegor dual lies never been dux cxcep at the wrang end an hell never be du till he pcys mair attention to his lessons Av Lillie put in John from his scat at the fire side oposite his falhcrinIaw Yere unto severe The weans fmc Its no aye the laddie thats dux that maks the cleverest man Im sliair I wis never dux when I vis at the schulc An wha wis tcllin you ye wis a clever man Lizzie retorted quickly Deed yc had me there John admitted goo...

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. — 2 May 1909

a fI I m + oJ 0en ro en = = 0 ao JU U C to QMC r 0 e it = I J 1 JI Mine TBernice de Ta cfiiali an American t l Opera Singer Who Outshone Foreign 1 5 i I I f Stars In Own Land and Ian uage l 3m I from Our Now York Dramatic Correspondent w f I O so great n height has grown I tho demand for foreign born I To foreign trained opera find I concert singers that perhaps t I our American born vocalists may be forgiven for neglecting the Instructors I of their own country However native I American singers are now commanding prominence hitherto unattalncd Tho 1 keenest critics and the most Intel 1 t lectual audiences find their art of un I doubted excellence Whllo It Is of particular noto for nn f American to meet with national appro I bation In grand opera In thin country I j how much moro consideration must be a given an American born an American I trained diva who Iran toured foreign lands purely as an American opera singer and who has scored distinct suc I I I cess In such a daring venture...

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. — 2 May 1909

I o s o f A t IiI k La r d > J 0 r I r I + t 0 r I S1 J i y THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH k y tires Id A t I W q j T t 0 ft ire B G t4 I fJ C f = 2 1 T It C ta I t < W 0 Cr1 L J r 1 Y p 0 4 Dai1c > a 0 11 j r I y I y j v J The Rmepieah 1 1 I t Gittls ties > 1 I 21 Oppotttqhi i L I The American Girl in Grand OperaHer Native Abilities Great But She Must Learn Patience By Madame JOHANNA r GADSKI Metropolitan Opera Houie New York IN the years that I have been living and singing m America I have be come very much interested in the Amer ican girl and in her life which as you must know is very different from that of the young girls of Germany For America of course gives a liberty and opportunity for development of all kinds that girls do not have in Europe And as the mother of a girl r who is growing up and receiving her education in your country as well as in mine I have per haps thought about the matter more seriously than a woman who is not a mother Especially have I had op...

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. — 2 May 1909

I c ro lj v Q J Co C tr Q c rLiIjL4iiL A H I It P OGDEN SUNDAYMAY2 EXAMINER UTAH 2 1909 t r 1 12 THE MORNING 1 I + + + + + + H + + IHH + H + + H + + IIi + i f r ji 1 UNION LABOR t f Hc DEPARTMENT i I f 4 j Under the Auspices I of the T OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 1 f I K Hi H + + + + ir MERRILY ON k And still tho work goes merrily on Wo are told that It is necessary that wo have capital as well as labor That t one cannot succeed without the other Ii It Is a cinch that capital cant gel l along without labor for labor has cre J ated capital for labor was first and t without it capital could not be Now q we do not object to capital but tho r main objection Is that capital has got j V ten Into wrong hands and therefore i Is being used for wrong purposes or I diverted into wrong channels Wo roo t gard capital as the accumulation of E UNPAID WAGES of the centuries gone by It Is true that it requires I large sums of money to accomplish great undertakings and the capitalist makes that his excuse ...

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. — 2 May 1909

I O i t I kTITT r G M 5h 1 THE MORNING OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 2 l OO 1 J ifrJ CLOSING QUOTATIONS OF It1 i WORLDS MARKETS I n I NO MARKED CHANGE ufIEf0 f PRICES OF STOCKS New York May 1Very few stocks iti showed any marked change today In i tho opening dealings from yesterdays last prices Colorado Southern 2nd preferred advanced 1 34 and Canad ian Pacific and Western Union 1 A rise was not followed up with any persistence and tho traders accord ingly took profits driving tho Import ant stocks below yesterdays closing cr Reading and American Smelting were PrO5 the worst sufferers reacting a point rte Colorado Southern first preferred 0T1 advanced 1 and General Chemical 6 Urp while Cleveland C C St Louis pfd declined 3 points iI The market closed Irregular The rk Canadian group was strong Canadian 2j Pacific rising 2 the Duluth Shore and J Atlantic stocks 1 12 and Minneapolis Sl Paul Sault Stc Mario 1 West th ern Union gained 3 Pressed Steel 4 Car pfd 2 Hocking Coal 1 11 and Pennsylvani...

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. — 2 May 1909

1 i f lA = c ti L I d j ri 1 I = N = = n IlU I T1T 1I1 < r Vt II I I Ihl I I NEVSADVEVSOFARMERS IIItIIIrf 1ilt itUJ h 4 I j l t J 1 1 = k i L JL > f = = = or I < rfil J I t llJ 4iJ i m > > Ff i kr4 j GROWING BULBS EASILY ff < M I Timely Suggestions Regarding frj I the Forcing of Bulbs Either l in Water or Soil I n f i BY ETA RYKANGAILORP j Bulbs should be potted In fairly rich ft > ° Boll thut has been pulverized until free L > from lump be given a good water I Ing have the soil well firmed around I > them but not packed hard under them j and bo kept In a cool dark placo until root growth Is well established Noth ing is gained by bringing bulbs to Uie it light too noon nnd often the beauty It of their flowers Is sacrificed by so do ing i Leave thorn In tholr cool dark quar I ters until tho rooto show at the open I il ing In tho hot r torn of the pot 4y Hid the follago q Is an Inch or Ii I more high 1 This treat t mont Insures i strong roots d t that can Ui...

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. — 2 May 1909

0 R T I Th I z A i 1 i if L m LjI J C JI 1 1 I FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES to FORECAST I UTAH WEATHER I l Do AdvertIsers Know p That Examiner a to y vt 3 v I t t 3 II r I i r 7t t j T HE VI NING E IN ER l I I L I I AdvertIsements BrIng i + I t WEATHER INDICATIONS WILL ARE BE THAT FAIR THE TO t 1 Results Try It DAY AND TOMORROW ij 1 AND OGDEN ST ANDiRD Aj YOLo YINO J22 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MAY 2 J909TWeNTY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS i s r ROOSEVELT PARTY BAGS fOUR > LWNS ON T E MAU ILLS I t Ex = President Brings Three to Earth Kermit OneNative Followers Rejoice Over Success of Distinguished Hunter and Execute Usual Dance Around Trophies Ten Kinds of Game Already BaggedRoosevelt Living Up to n I Reputation as a Crack Shot Nairobi May 1Iour lions arc trophies of President Roosevelts camp In the lau hills tonight and the two hundred or more native fol a y lowers are rejoicing with the Ameri t can party in the celebration of tho tt unusually good luck y They wore bagged yes...

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. — 2 May 1909

r 0 Jlov i 9 V a c9 90 1 i 0 J r < i I j v 1 i r I 00 THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MAY 2 1909 nil tr t 1 Q I i 1 f t Y t S Yr t f r fh r f r t t t r I t S A f r i Cosily t t Ostrich Plumes Jfr tt fl Fa d for tA a e ti e tt t 1l l Palatable As Well As I Artistic Hats New W Bandeaux Shaped fJ Like Cookies The j I Black Hat a Sum We mer Craze Parasol l Petticoat and Cha r r t peaux to Match f UCH queer edible delicacies the mil I liners nre tempting us with this t SUCH As for shapes peach bankets I Jampots even oup kettles end but te tubs As for trimmings luscious gropes npplcB plump tomatoes and hrus tiols sprouts and tuuny other offerings of f the fruit nod vegetable gurdeo As for colors Isnt there n luncheonlike sugges tion about lettuce green mustard yellow I gingerbread brown nnd pals nle ton 7 All t these and other appetizing suggestions ore present In uptodate millinery But besides their nppral to the palate the summer bats arc dcllclously pledging J i to tho...

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. — 2 May 1909

O h I I I r I La II O 1 1 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 2 1909 I pp b r0o6P OQ P 44ryJ g 4 440044 pJ4o Cr9 Pp0o94 ohs OosO 00o04o1 Oc0eeJ 490 bow o a a o o 0 o 9 + Dot c s 4 p o o e o e o t o nt u rlty mu i f a o S p o P T 0 ego t 0 1004058o04od9 04 00000o00 OOo04po4od0o4 44o0Ro06 ° b t O 6 0 0 o s o tk o < > > > i 4 o a o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o a o o doo ooo 4ood0oaoo00eoo nee rovj sDerf used Ptodl i Ty Cobb Taken Down ally by Infielder Isbell uchQ4 Q4 Remove the patent leather shoes of 1t ryrus Cob and Incase his feet In a e ° pair of baseball shoes with spikes on r 1AIn Ole shoes and youve converted a plain t quiet lovablo young fellow Iqto a Qar lemon iten From the moment that Cobb goes on the bnll field ho Is the enemy of every nan that opposed him and looks upon Ight wary opponent as his enemy are The Cleveland players declare that ert the Detroit outfielder attempted to k splice every man on their field and dad finally put Bradley out of business its They ...

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. — 2 May 1909

9c o 0 j I < 1J 4 c > Ii fIt > 1 1 t i j r II 1 D THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN r UTAH SUNDAY MAY 2 1909 t J I t i H f Miss Carrie Stewart of Salt Lake t City Is the guest of Mrs Fred M No MrsJ N Hess y as hostess at a card party on Tuesday afternoon I The Baptiat Indies Mission circle Y was entertained on Wednesday after noon by Mrs C IL CrafL Miss Lottie Taylor returned Sunday from southern Utah where she has been for the past few months i Miss Flora Rold entertained tho members of Her sewing club on Wed nesday afternoon b St Josephs Sowing circle met on Thursday afternoon at the bomo of Mrs J S Ilassott 0 Tho ladles of he Episcopal church will give a danco on Friday evening May 7 at the Congress r Tho members of thp senior class of the high schools went loSnlt Lake City on Thursday and visited at the University of Utah Mrs E A Wedgwood of Salt Lake City was tho guest the early part of ilie week of Mr anti Mrs Ocorgo Graves of this city Mrs R B Lewis entertained the I ladies...

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. — 2 May 1909

0 y n I I 7 t I I 1 f I fi I La J A p 5 Thk i 0 THE MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 2 1 1909 b l I J Conservative 1 Styles I 11 f free from the freak fads and I the extreme touches that spoil so much otherwise good cloth ill g designed for mature men r i I I lft fitieJ tis i HAND AILORED I > arc distinguishable for the elegance of their patterns and the honesty of their craftsman i ship and the man who demands I the highest attainment of the r tailors art looks t o this store for their procurement Suits 18 20 23 25 and up f r C D SVES CO Correct Clothes for Men Broom Hotel Corner IBRE ITIEsT Beautiful Ground Superintendent Driggs of the Utah School of Deaf and Blind desires to Inform the public that the grounds at the institution are gradually assuming heir handsome spring attire Tho fire bushes and rose almonds arc In full bloom A little later the other flowering shrubbs will come out These grounds which are the most beautiful public grounds In the state of Utah arc open ...

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. — 2 May 1909

0 0 1 a 90J I I = 7Z 4 1 > r J r + 1 UN T NJ1 i I IJ H f I FAIRS BREACH AND BENEFIT c EVERY AVENUE0 INDUSTRIAL LIFE AND ARE INSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED JF 1I1LR t Published Every Day In the Year by Wm Glaominn c Entered as secondclacs matter nt itt the Postofficc Ogden Utah under Tf Act of Con jroGl 7 frt I Communication < to this paper are limited to 200 words fl r SUBSCRIPTION RATES Delivered by Carrier In Oden I City Including Sunday Morn 1 Ing Examiner lu advance 5 C I At end of month 7 5c c Single copoa f BY MAIL IN ADVANCE I The ExamIner Is Bent by mall 4 outside of Ogdon por year 4600 I I I I At leant quarterly In advance 1aO II FEARLESS and INDEPENDENT Ii I The Examiner IB a ptrlclly Inde l pendent newspaper It gives all 3 cldoB an equal show t I The Examiner no favorites a and no erieml6s to punish H will r I glvo the ndwo unbiased and un prejudiced I I Communication he iccelvctf 1 on all subjects presented In ro I speotlul language from iiwvn Indi e vi...

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. — 2 May 1909

i Iii 0 V I n I i 1 I o I j J Ii2iT IIi t i j LJ J w > Ii LJI X So > J ft < < > < = 11 C I 1 µ l THE MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 2 1909 7 k Q I 44 I 1I tl f 1 1 rti Tho dearest suit you can buy may bo tno lowest lit price A suit that 4 doesnt wear or hold Its shape Is dear no matter how little you pay for II i IF WE TAILOR YOUR SUIT Its first cost will bo no moro than you ordinarily pay Its better fit its bet tor wear Its permanent good shapo 4 however will mako It really cheaper ro In the end than any other suit you iJ 1 could buy Come In and bo measured I You need a now suit anyway why r not imvo tho best whon it costs no more Q R W ANDERSON 254 25th St Ind Phone 895 J < iml I I 1 Jr7 IIIYI dlP i i i a r cir h IL SLADES VANS DRAYS BAGGAGE WAG I GONS PIANO FURNITURE AND SAFE MOVING 403 25th St Both Phonec 321 1m 1M National Cash Register Sup plies and Repairing I I Ogden Office Supply Company 332 24th St Phones 693 I I WM PEA doltE j PIONEER FOUNDRY ...

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