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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 2 May 1909

7 0 4 J t I L r i Lj p L A THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 2 1005 it ATTEMPT i TO KILL r 1 I HIM Two Sicilians Stab Mem ber of Police Black Hand Squad 1 1t Chicago May IWhat is believed r to have been an attempt by Italian > blackmailers to kill Detective Gabriel 41 Longobardi one of the most active of I the police Black Hand squad was L made last night Longobardi sustain j t ed a severe stllletto wound In his i wrist r Tho detective today described his f assailants as well dressed and appar ently Sicilians n U At his home last night his sus r picions were aroused by the continued i 1 surveillance of tho rear of his house t hv two men lie went to tho alley and It asked the men their business In I J stead of an answer he says he was I attacked with a stillclto He grappled with the holder of the weapon but was k rendered unconscious for fifteen min I utes bj a blow behind the ear dell J ered by the second man His assail ants then ran away r I f i BROTHER 1i i t 3 TAKES I...

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. — 2 May 1909

1 Iii I 0z iO h i A I I C Ltf J J La r C I r I I j I I v y I 1 r7 i r I r 11 F N t O t 1r r t r r f + r rr L tfft Vralr ri r ti ll r A I 1C ylnl 1 q J fi rIT I j 1 L t i i I I i f I J I 1 I 1 IIIIII G I r I J r f 1 OGDEN CITY 9 UTAH SUNDAY J H I I tt u HfST TO BUD SMITH HEAR YOURFORTUNEI r I I + I I 5IUAS WADHLBV You ARE 3YWICKORY THAT THINGS SIGHT I H ERE b tJE by HAVESOMERARE UJuERE WELL iET IN ABOUT G5 YEARS OLD AND ALL IS NOT GOLD THAT GLITTERS POKY I IN llL SEND THE UIDOWJ APEED I II WHOLE AMBITJON I I YOU BE THE DARKER ILL CNARGE EM r yoUR LIFE STOBE RICH TO HER LITTLE COTTAGE1 t J 4 AND Ul BE TME 2 I ONE CENT EACH r lOU NAV E MORE MONEY r AND BRIGHTEN HER I MAG INE aY r t > if I THF + NBRAINSsbbOW + TZ = NAININGDAYS II Jii I J a r EKORE CLOSING THE Z r Fd t l I r Ssln f a + + 1Su7 T WIDOW CTOMES ON t I 11 I I 4 HOUSE I 1 Vouie PHACE I WITH THE OR I a PORONTHAT I I i I r I E I r I I I I D 4 I i = ri11 I I 11 l rt91 r T l t p L r ic6 1l > a e I r 1 I I I 1 I yI Il I t l +...

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. — 2 May 1909

U1 frr9 a r r9 oG i k t ri I I llflttcc T i I S THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 2 1909 f I 1 1 J jIH i III I IIII EXAMINER EPt10Nf5 I i r i I EDITORIAL ROOMS two rlngo No 0 t r Ind Phone i Bali Phone two ring No 68 1 I BUSINESS OFFICE In Phone one ring No 5f1 BeI Phone one rIng No 6fl I i I j i I r rBRE 1 Have you been to see our new spring I t line of W L Douglas shoes and ox I f I fords nt 350 and 100 The Palace I I 280 26th St Ii r For a jolly good time attend the i Weigh Dance to he given by the fith > Ward Choir May 5th at Fifth Ward t 41 Amusement Hall f Good girls and boys wanted at the t ShupeWilliams Candy Factory eo r F t Will Talk to Parents Chief Brown I f Ing will talk to the parents class In r tho Fifth ward meeting house at 10 t t oclock this morning r Modern Woodmen Rally Monday May 3rd 1909 7pm Bought Thoroughbreds H P An I t yesterday While here he bought two 6 I carloads of thoroughbreds sheep un a shipped them to his herds in Sanpctc county i r You ...

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. — 2 May 1909

> X J o w L y I JL ILa La 0 L fl + JJ J1JI1 f 41 > v v a 1 R Pr 1 r 1 JIIIIIIIII a I i OUR CTIO MAGAZINE j 1 I i THE BANDIT L J i I t S Dolly Dayton herself t declared her green ness was 1 fault she w would outgrow but for tho moment hor greenness was divert ing tho Tula river country from Its source In the Tula range to halfway 1 down to Its con fluence with the Rio Grande She made a picture fit for a calen a l dar on her pln10 pony with hor rll lilcd riding shirt hor silvermounted saddle and ditto 38 and tho noatost 1 of braided ropes hung from tho Middle how ienlv for Instant use hut Dolly rag hopelossly afraid of the heavy rcvolor though sho would not ho content with a 22 and hor rt4iirt one and only attempt to use the rope tug had very nearly resulted In breaking 1 > its of her own neck and her pouj B when I hir r she succeeded In olahoratcly twining ° ° t the ropo around the plntos feet I s H4 In a way hoi helplessness wub pa thetic for Hhe tried BO hard to ho u I I r...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 2 May 1909

O < f 0 = 7 S I riA S f 1 a P P r iJfl I L 1 j r I Ji t A PAGe FOlR HI LADY I J 1 I ti s f fd 1 I YJ 0 < D r eo g 0 Y i tr1 i r LINGERIE DRESSES WILL BE EXTENSIVELY WORN i 4i I fF f FASHlDNDOM f 0 1 11 t It Is undoubtedly a your of silks t P e I r a 1 Clinging gowns are T still the rage r Velveteen toques are In groat do f nmnd f oj > f I Many gulmpcs arc being made with r h I out collars i a e k Foulards and pongees nro the fa I i vorlto fabrics Taffeta silk Is tho tilling favorltq I in sunshades r I o f Satin violets in all shades will flg uro on new hats J r There IR no cnd of bonier effects j among the now cottons r l O 00 r J Bodices arc longer in front but aK high as ever at the hack I o o o A stunning new Hnon thrcoplocc 1 suit is of fools de rose tono I e I I i Lilacs wistaria and roses promise to be favorite hat flowers f I 4 0 a i > Flesh colored slips aro worn under tho new transparent blouses I U II e i t r Tho Jumper frock Is buck again f among tho ready to ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 9 May 1909

f J t 1r ftxi 15 thr ai 41 I 1 1 r S 00 00T rJ 1 J 1 tri1 1 j oui rt J16 sr 4J t k > I I t 4 III 0 4d L Z I fi TY co r = FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES I FORECAST Do Advertisers Know I UTAH WEATHER I Advertisements That Examiner Bring ja H E MO RNING EAMINERUTAH WILL ARE BE THAT FAIR THE TO DAY AND TOMORROW WARM Results Try It ER TODAY AND OGDEN STANDARD 3 VOL VINO 129 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MAY 9 1909TWENTY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS COURTE3ES EXTENDED BY JAPS I I 1 To San Francisco Citizens on Board Flagship of Admiral Ijichi Snn Francisco May SRlnr Ad miral Ijichi and the officers of tho cruisers Aso and Soya returned today the courtesies extended them during the past week by the citizens recep tion committee representing the civic and commercial bodies of San Francis J co when from 2 to 5 oclock this after noon over 700 representative busi I ness and professional service men of this city augmented by 100 lending Japanese residents were tendered a I reception on board th...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 9 May 1909

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 9 May 1909

I h hJ V re t Psla 1 si TOMA E P A n ell er i 111e3 cj lig or of oLee 3te t Io > dUttiT soJ1s i I F rtqb 1ag3 feW l er t I lc kl < te r t 1h I ett etl of tE i err siE ler recall r rb The rajj d riKij ° f ttfifc t t1 ii rt rtSi 1t1ua t Orery J1 td Ls d itfc Iaan P an th Otl j S jud ud udI i ctttj 1 ni TC oseleSa 1 1d ed tjj eT f t s f s lite 1 he If 4 ff 1 4fl i t ei I I I JbJ t Itta I t wftR II 4i f I I I 71 I IF 4 medltt 10 i apilfcr l i tth f nmacj CulqL 0XMJW 4 t 50000 1j DO icss t and co wdIU r Vle nf 1 itii4 it lt I l > f j M i T 3 v I df jjif 1 1 4 f tl1 il p 01 your r r se H fch J I iWest y If Mare J W tovc Pt ar P l 1 Co tl 1 0 l L 2 iy 7 I 1 I tiiEt2 Jt l o 1 h I THE MORNING EXAM R OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 9 1003 S 11 H + + 1Hittti1 t E 1 r UNION LABOR X 1 L DEPARTMENT X f Under the Auspices Address all Communications to y r of the W M PIGGOTT Editor Ji t OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 375 Twentyfourth Street it r r THE DEVIL WAGON J Is nboul timo that somo rcslric tlons ho pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 9 May 1909

y 9 19 9 I r U I < I 1 t I r I 2 THE MOPNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 9 1909 OCIETY I 1 j Ef i A card party and dance will be given by tho R Nof A Monday May 10 J Prizes and refreshments Admission 25 cents t r Mrs C A Henry visited friends In Salt Lake City this week Mrs Edward BIchRcl nil entertain at cards on Tuesday aftornon Mrs D E Gleason has returned from LOB Angeles whero she spent tho winter j I Mr and Mrs Rudolph Kuchler 1 spent a few days in Salt Lake City this week Miss Margaret West has returned from San Francisco where she has been visiting for the past two months e Miss Graco Hamilton entertained I the twelve members of her sowing club on Wednesday afternoon I i Mrs H P Moore of Chicago IR vis Iting relatives in Ogden for a mouth or two and later will go to Seattle I Mrs Nicholas G Smith of Salt Lake City Is visiting relatives in Ogden for a week or so Mrs Harry lodd entertained the I 1 members of her card club on Wed nesday afternoon I I Mrs R S Joyce and Mis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 9 May 1909

Zr h Y h = t 1PP I I N 1 11A I m A l ire I I 1 I 9 e V f Mla 1 xA Ir7 d 1Y nz i 1 d is1i 601 FFE r L hfo 11 10 J l I J 0 f i L z L i a 1rY l J + d a > THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY TRAY 9 Hmo 5 1 BREVITIES Wide Open TownA Wide Open Town and the Mormons will ho the Diihjccl of the imlplt editorial at the Congregational church this even Ing Tho sermon especially for trades union men upon Rights or Dullos will follow Out on Crutihec J W Breech the Southern Pnclllc watchman at Moutol lo who was accidentally shot two weeks ago la out of the general hos pital on crutches and rapidly recover ing from a serious and dnngerous wound You know and wo rill know that W L Dou las 350 and 1QO shoes are better than any 500 and GOO shoos of any other make For sale at Tho Palace Good Clothes Store 2S0 25th street More Coal Land In Dispute In an equity proceeding begun Friday in tho Federal court the government seeks to recover 800 acres of valuable coal land In Carbon and Emory coun ties T...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 9 May 1909

4 1 v 0 s IA r 1 L iI e r r i FAIRS REACH AND BENEFIT EVERY AVENUE OF INDUSTRIAL LIFE AND ARE INSTITUTIONS TOE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED I t L I r Ut t A Mil N t Published Every Day In the Year by Wm Giaemann a I Entered ac second ctass matter n t R i the Postoffice Ogden Utah under I Act of Congress I Communications to this paper are limited to 200 words I 1 I SUBSCRIPTION RATES I Dollvcied by Carrier In Os len City Including Sunday Morn ing Examiner In advance BOc I 750 At end of month 5c Singlo copies BY MAIL IN ADVANCE The Examine Is sent by mail a outside or Ogden por yor 600 I At least quarterly la advance 150 M r I I FEARLESS and INDEPENDENT Tho Examiner is a otriclly lude pendent newspaper It gives all sides fin equal show The Examiner Has no favorites i and no enemies to punlsn It will Rlvo tho news unbiased ancj un r i prejudiced l Communication will bo iccelvctf i on all subjects presented In ro Y spectful language from kiovn Indl viduala out the truo nam t must ne publishe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 9 May 1909

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 9 May 1909

I I iL VA I j t J L Iii IR I I THE MORNING PTATVTTWFR OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY n iona i k H MRS JAMES BOYLE KIDNAPER I J FOUND GUILTY THREATENS i TO IILL HERSELF I I II I Openly Declares Her Intention to Take the Dutch Route to the Other L WorldShe and Her Husband Will Expose the Third Party j to the Crime of Kidnaping Willie Whitla Power I ful Influences at Work i 1 Mercer pa May SThe jury In the I I I case of Mrs Jnmeo Doyle charged wllj complicity in tho I ± iaplng of Willie Whit reached a vHf Uct on the first ballot thin morning The Jury returned a verdict of gull I i ty as Indicated In the second count i The second count charged hor with i I aiding and abetting the kidnaping I Manifesting tho same stoical Indif r ference to her fate which has char I iicterized her throughout her trial II I I Mrs lames II Movie sat Immovable 1s the Jury returned its verdict A heavy veil which she has worn I I throughout tho trial concealed her I features so tlat It could not he seen I whether her f...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 9 May 1909

t C fUSe f I J N USe you get Is Up6 1M t I a q r t e put lplq 1 1f i fact a + tIt rk of a ts COns d lit thas bOdy > SS lothej P venui S 4 If work it Bros i I manly ea ENTS tones by IrJI r I nm OK my par b f crti i tat tit u Yards 2fl 1 Uen 1 uppfe J urtt i eeel fife troD 1 M Bk r 1 h Ar k est of Ike s IJqxt U Our a rill I ORS l 1s AKEI ERVICE PRICES HONES r 1 ear yY i earY Y t 1 TEST Trl t uaterals arc tr y and the suit of rzr I Ie Repak ory I Nash 1 0 t 1 rHorns aH ° Al Ited > Utteri f3 5e St caU r of arts loons loon a soft J like III ttl t back hOort rf 1 reo I CI t Into fet rre sed I riAD r ty 4 oven J licIt btat 1llnutcS i cJ1l ro1 d i A gla cJ Jon frobo ta1tG ltc Qf ahl r vciw ash ttA tit e oea It I = 0 D1G I I z u I I i tr I I a G L8 r IN r t r Pages 9 to 16 THE MORN NG E XA MI N ER 1 Part Two I tll I VOL VINO 129 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MAY 9 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS It I 1 I f 1 I NII j EA3r I i a AFRICA 1 y I t f I t O HuntIng the Dangerous African Buffalo By H A ...

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. — 9 May 1909

t r 1 1 A a I I I r 4 I I I I 1 f k H U I a t mI LI a I H H I L 1 v 7o V = 4 = S J j I THE MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 9 1909 I I < r > H l J I EXAMINER TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS p Ind Phone two rln ja No 5 t BeJJ Phone two ringe No 59 BUSINESS OFFICE InH Phone cno ring No 5 I Sell Phono ono ring No 66 L j BREVITIES I I i I Journal Changes 1ndsTho Stato I j I Journal last evening announced that tho paper had changed hands and that I I hereafter Mr A R Bowman would H conduct tho paper Mr A R Bowman I Is an experlonced newspaper man of pi many years and Is no relative of B i H Bowman the Into manager of the 1 Journal Cut out the Premium List of the Four State Fair and preserve It See It In this mornings Issue It will not H I appear again I I Order of Railway Conductors Ex I I cursion to Saltalr June Sth Round I I trip 125 Through train No change I I i Spent Day In Ogden The Hon W 1 j m Roylancc of Pro 0 an exmayor of I I I I the city spent yesterday in Ogdon and was ...

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

II k f Ins Id 1 lt1 lIbtl N l 1 > J 1 o r1li J1tr 1s t t p In e 1 q e 1b1 t tJ 11 IT + i onth tI 7 1 v a rV if5yN r4Rati rRiEE di a t n 3iD1 iD1 8 1lrl pd I 11 t 4Y t y J del d y lit rllrs AI b Y r X l to Y t1s r D tL b 43 cuf tz s Clft i tiiJt 1 rts i rite r IW 1 1ES tt I 111 Y fll iL9 t + ij e x y JrG A at n u m t1 V z 1f J 1 t I r IMW r I there shall ho three or moro exhibits In each num I ber of any class If thoro nro two exhibits In each I number then the onnh awards shall bo uiichitlf of I above awards If any clnnu has loss tluin two ex I hlbllK In well number then NO cash awards shall I lr miiilo to nny exhibit In that class 2 HIt hull 3 ycnia ur over Gold Moda J Host null 2 and under years old Gold Modal I Host bull 1 your old and nadir 2 Gold Medal G Best bail cnlf Gold Medal S Host cow J yenin or ovor Gold Modal 7 Best heifer 2 mid under 3 years old Gold Mcda S Best heifer 1 and under 2 years old Gold Modal i > Bent cult heifer Gold Modal CLASS 74 HEREFORDS Tho samo ...

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. — 9 May 1909

h C h I l o V > > o 9 I i i I i 0 I i J rte J ijr I THE INTERMOUNT FOUR STATE fAIR II Jt PREMIUM LIST f I Ii wards for Everything Manufactured and Produced r I in Four StatesGet Ready for the Biggest L Week Ogden Ever Had I I 1 i DEPARTMENT A I r AGRICULTURE J C NYD Supervisor I I All exhibits winning prizes In this department be I come tho property of the Pair Association First i prize winner In this department can select a sold medal In place of cash prize 1st 2nd 3rd NAME OF EXHIBIT Prize Prize Prize CLASS 1 GRAIN AND SEEDS 1 Peck hard wheat JSW 3W J100 2 Peck soft wheat GW 300 100 I I C Peck of rye 400 200 100 i 4 Peck of oats 4W 200 lW 0 Peck of barley 4W 2W 100 I C Peck of buckwheat 4W 2W 100 I j 1 7 Gal Seed Peas 300 2W LCO 8 Gal Alfalfa Seed 300 iW lW J 1 300 SOO 100 J D Gal Timothy Seed r e j i i 10 Gal Orchard Grass Seccl 300 200 100 11 Gal Clover Seed 300 2W 100 i j 12 Corn any kind 20 ears 3W 200 lW i 13 Pop corn 20 ears 3W 2W lW f I 11 Sweet corn 20 ears 300 2W LO...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 9 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 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 9 May 1909

H h 1 > S J = J > > L f r I ry I T 1 r i 12 THE MORNING EXAMINER OCJDEWTJTAH SUNDAY MAY 91909 I uuuLL f t r IHI + H4 + tH + + t H TEMPERANCE 1 H f DEPARTMENT o j I CONDUCTED BY W C T u I r S J EDITORIAL COMMITTEE j MISS FRIEDA DRESSEL MRS U NAY + LL 1 THE NEW AMERICA I Bv for W H Barber II My country tis of thce Ii Sweet land of liberty 11 1fl Of thco I sing r That glorious flag on high Fairest of all that fly I 4c Bidding oppression die What Joy doth bring p Yet fast in chains of drink I More sailing than we think I Thousands arc bound Hov hard to find awn > r To break the tempters sway j While round them cvry day l I I I I Saloons are found I Fast held by flowing bowl The body mind and soul I I To ruin speed I I i Dire poverty It makes I Peace from the home it takes Ii I The heart of love it breaks Because of greed Ii I I J I Crime rushes on apace Were crushed in its embrace By fearful might JI The lawless strike their dart Into the nations heart While field and shop a...

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. — 9 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
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