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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 17 January 1909

J yrtr 4 ir I Iii r tIlw < t > f I 2aI 10 flt JA > 1 1 r o Trtrc lvrr3TYTY r r r I > 1r x 4 rli r 1f > < t ft i r i tt r FULL ASSOOIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Lr I FORECAST r I t I I l 1 I Ad Do That ver Advertisers ti semen Examiner ts Know grin T 1 1 mL + jH1 f h r O R N I NG EXAM I N ER THE WEATHER UTAH INDICATIONS WILL WEATHER BE ARE GENER THAT k 4 r ALLY FAIR TODAY AND TO Results Try It MORROW I iND OGDEN STANDARD l1 I I vO I VrNO 17 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 17 190920 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS i III f 11 TENTYiNE PERSONS t I I DEAD I Late Report Reduces Num I J her of Killed and Injured I More Awful Details v f I Glenwood Springs Colo Jan 1C Twentyone persons were killed and thirty injured many of them serious ly in a headon collision between westbound passenger train No 5 nnd h rn eastbound freight train on the Den ver Rio Grande railway between Dotsero and Spruce Creek 22 miles fam Glenwood Springs at 035 oclock Irtal night The dead Identified dead Ilt...

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. — 17 January 1909

1 1 1 < I J r V 1 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 17 1909 2 I i L1r4oaETY Miss Lily Pott Is visiting friends in I Brigham CRy Cor a few days Miss Frances Joyce nnd Miss Kitty I Fitzgerald were Salt Lake visitors Tuesday I Miss Estello Glanfleld of Salt Lake I City is visIting Mr and Mrs B A f FJowman I t The Ladles Mission circle met with I I Mrs L F BrookBhire on Wednesday I afternoon I I Mrs E H McKinley of Mexico City I is the guest of her son John Cullcy for a few weeks 1I Miss KatherIne Kane has returned I from a visit to her home In Rock Is Jand 111 1 Mr and Mrs Frank Palmer of Rock Springs Wyo spent few days In Ogden this week I Mr and Mrs H Galloway of Black foot Idaho visited a few days in Og don this week with friends Mr and Lire Heber Scowcroft leave today for a three weeks visit in Cali fornia r Mrs E W Matson was tho guest of Mrs Frank Knox in Salt Lake City jilt early part of thc week I Mrs I L Reynolds spent part of I i tho week in Salt Lake City the...

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. — 17 January 1909

tit d 1 r t f C I THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 17 1909 f < I I < I > g J 6 9 < > SIORTI < > I < i < 1 1 t o e < + 4 > > i EMERYVILLE RESULTS I 4 L Oakland Cal Jnn 10 Boogor Red I l L t one of the most consistent horses at l the tracl won tho Andrew Boiling I stake at Emeryville today at odds of I t 2o to 1 With the exception of being I J fancied to sonic extent for place and il show the son of Rancocab had little I support Chapiiltopoc who arrived from Ar I c dfa an hour before tho race ruled 7 al fo 5 favoriiofl with Roseben next In demand Sullivan took Booger Red to tho front and was never headed win ning by a head from Rosehcn the pair I r having raced tosotlicr all through tho i J stretch Results First race six furlongs selling b Distributor 100 Glass 10 to 1 won San Gil 102 Walsh G to 1 second BorrvcBsa lOG Mcintyre C to 1 thiid I Time 118 15 I Second race six furlongs selling1 f Mabel Hollander 101 Sullivan 9 to j I 1 won M...

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. — 17 January 1909

1 r i L < 1 i f 4 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 17 1909 J Ti EXAMINER Published Every Day In the Year by The Standard Publishing Com pany Entered as oecondclncs matter u the PoctoffJce Ogden Utah under Act of Congress Communications to this paper arc limited to 200 words F SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dollyorod by Carrier In Ogden t City Including Sunday Morn Ing Examiner In advance 5 c At ond of month 7Jc Single copies 5c I BY MAIL IN ADVANCE The Examiner Is sent by mall I outsido of Ogden por year 600 At least quarterly in advance 150 FEARLESS and INDEPENDENT 1 Tho Examiner Is a strictly Inde k I pendent newspaper It gives all sides an equal show II The Examiner Has no favorites nnd no enemies to punish It will I give the news unbiased and un f prejudiced Communication will bo iccolved on all subjects presented In re spectful language from kUIIn Indi i viduals but the true name must na I published In full All esters and communications signed by nom de plumes or assumed n...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 17 January 1909

0 e c it u 1 J JIf < 4 > 4 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 17 1909 I t COLLARS GUFFS 0 THE DESi MAKES i I Mens Collars There arc many brands of col lars In justice to our customers wo have gone very thoroughly into this subject After comparing qualities make fit and value wo c KNOW that today we navo tho best collar made 6c IL Ilo Iffi99 Collars 2 ffor 25c This collar wIll save you collar expense and give you the best of satisfaction Its a serious matter look into it Every Late Shape Quarter Sizes C D VES CO Correct Clothes for Men Broom Hotel Corner BR Whitney Is Improving Supt Whit ney writes from the Arkansas Hot Springs that he Is pleasantly located and the physicians say ho has been simply overworking himself and needs rost In which to recuperate Ho will i probably return to Ogden and active duties again about the first of Febru ary Wholesale Crockery House Tho firm of Richardson Grant has boon t added to the list of Ogden wholesale houses those gentlemen h...

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. — 17 January 1909

< I i < J rr = 0c0 4 > I I I 6 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 17 1909 iJ r I EDGAR ALLEN POE 1 1 tr1 tir is 10 I L At the left the home of Poes child hood the Allan residence In Rich mond Va At the right the house m in which Tho Raven was written Below a fac simile of the original manuscript of The Bells On January 19 Edgar Allan Poe r eccentric American genius to whose 1 t melancholy bas been tuned the most t I original of American poems would have been 100 years old had he escaped t caped untimely fate In 1849 We have Inherited many manuscripts from hits weird pen and yet so great Is our literary decadence that the average American recalls little or nothing of tho thrilling story of The Raven perched upon the chamber door to whose Image the poet seeking sur cease of sorrow for his lost Lenore addressed hi midnight longingand m was ansvpored Nevermore It is worthy the time of the busiest man to read The Bells and to ob serve the startling possibilities of t...

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. — 17 January 1909

s 1 1r < t + I Ac r i > tIf n 1 t 1 j i P > V > THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY JANUARY 22 1909 t L = t0 ti c T I k 11 r ffr THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 17 1909 r f I Ir OgddllBsiness Directory J Advertisements In this column cost 7Gc per line per month payable In a < c vanco AtuZ ZtuA Bcll333 ITA Tick tumorrow but Cash tuday A 1000 od things In a 1000 nu ways T Nearly like finding cm Ubet It pays 1 27AFrultfarm N Ogden 5000Horse RestboothesSmokoslackPeanutwagon ABSTRACTORS Tho D W Ellis Abstract Company Inc Licensed and Bonded Abstractors of Title to any land In Weber coun ty Office under First Nat bank ARCHITECTS G A Graves tho architect has moved to rooms 38 and 39 Lewis Blk ATTORNEYSATLAW A Q HORN AttornoyatLaw Offices over BavlconB Drug Store I seek tho business or all parties am attorney against all G4 corporations and jonopolies Pre q pared to transar any and all kinds of legal buslnes B T HULANISKI AttorneyatLaw Rooms 407408 First Nat...

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. — 17 January 1909

v i i I I pI 1 7 8 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 17 1909 J tpes i ° Nftq NION LABi = DGDE EXAMINER TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phono two rings No 53 Bell Phone two rings No 56 BUSINESS OFFICE Inn Phone one ring No58 Bell Phone one ring eo No 66 I BREVITIES I At the Falstaff Cafe all this week Messrs M6M1llan and Mansfield who have captivated muslc loving Ogden with their remarkably clover banjo and guitar renditions will present an entirely new repertoire of popular and classic selections Its worth ones while to hear these gentlemen work Place a trial order of Groceries for cash at Tribe 8 Jones and see how far it will go Filed Petition In Bankruptcy CharIeR G Pitcher unable to pay his debts has filed his petition In bank ruptcy In the United States district court His liabilities being in the neighborhood of 5500 T R OCon nolly represents the petitioner Put in your flour before the raise ask for prices for 500 lb lots Richard son Feed and Fuel Store next to post ...

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. — 17 January 1909

1I I ci > < e t 11 1 I o 01 v THE MORNING EXAMINEE OGDENoTAH FRIDAY JANUARY 22 190 < e < qfyi < t F 7 S ff ttf 5 y < F 7 I t I i I 1ty I lJ V = r V = = < fq t 4Liin 7i ° a I ii I i l llrllt I IIu14flr l III I 1 I J 1 I Ji 1SI I i f I I OGDEN CITY UTAH SU J L7rZ Tyr 11 = I j a t I I l NT MfJOn A pARDY FELLOW 9 1 f + fir 1 y I i + r I i I r EN3IG TH E FESH 41 wviy NOT UET IT Do 1 SOME OFTTKE SVORKL I i PERMIT ME TO HAVE T 1 L TO SHGUT l VxiLL filG lY 1Nto aiN VCE YACHT L I i 4 r f rt y I f I 2 1 J T EX f t1 Oli a + I G F > oM THE + 6 i + 1117 h r i S EtD of Z I S BOAT t > v I wl > l MAKC 0 1 + I I I N K L < I PIJR AtR AF2E h k I t f V Ir ti re r + r V i t I 1 j4 I J I II A = Hth n t 1 UIIIJIll I I HMT Ito ICE 8oATs N 7N PAR 1 1j U S 1 YSJ u i lii Q a I rLA7i I J Ls I J r i I him r t nn r I c < r < t rr t I I + r 1 1 u i w of M sq i JJ r r 1 1 et r k i i 4 J f 0 p 1 fTTYr1r7 M + e I 15J C I a 1 r I I I 1 w i J t df f b t h V NA x 7 1r < i Si u ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 17 January 1909

f I I I I IfI r Iff q r y EDI < tI In BUS Be > TWINING TREASURE f f r 1 lE D NT Qtleyp that It ilJ1 t y n 9 wrfttPu ill blRpd prptested Leo Dept At what lr nlow I Mcs 3 t i t 3 did an old prlatc havi f y want to canto way witlj I I Inland to bury bits nnu t J treasure Fancy an ent tl Y inland pirate clan iff g t 0 I dont fancy whi t 1 h thorn anupuncod whiPI Alec Twining All the same I have found as mqny pl cask rates in the mountains as at the Epa it tf tfF shore only they run hotels Instead pf F long low rakish crafts nowadays Cha That nil you knew about It I I deb scoffed Decker Pirates are only Flip nautical burglars When they hit com land wo call them other names ioib Anyhow this paper says that Jed noil Burton In the year 172S burled noilPi Pi some of his store pf gqld in tho cavo ask and perhaps If wo pile dig it up we son can got tho mpney to pay for our offlq vacations It wpuld be real nice to offlqs g t back to to > vn nfjpr a vacation s and not feel dead prblP Lo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 17 January 1909

t A LL r k 1 d r I l i l vb < t f THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH FRIDA7 JANUARY 22 1900 a ZT 7i r < to y 1 I f1r t A 4 1 r r > < Jr 1 1 t r r f J II III I I I II 1 a I II I 1 I I il II It l lu jTl I I I I I IIU I t l 1 II I I I I I I i V r 1 I I I 111111 a MUFFS Are NQW = Much L rg Q i eia Than Ever Before T doolls as though thp new rug I muf were trying to match tho preperjt style ot hat Both urp huge Man pf the neW pinffs TIC twcnt > seven Jnrlics across Thp amt only envelop tile hands hit gfl UPJ1 HP on the arms fnd the tails and lic < IPP at the edge drop IIIp rl r1 pen per the skirt Tho price does not scopi IQ jjavp gone up with the sire strange to nay They do not sell at a rate beyond the average purse Of course If ono gets Into the piocloub Curs uCh as sable ermine mink and Persian lamb ono pays the price accordingly Tho 4 great majority howevoi are quite content with semiprecious furs white ping qpf oil ors of that kind Rug lflirfs pf Uipni arc not expen s...

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. — 17 January 1909

I 1 w i J < 0 j 4 ii it I I III I II II II III III I IIII III I I I I III II II 1m I Ii Ii I i I I i III I l I II I I 11 I 1 I Ii I 1 I J I r5 1 I F 1JS u + f M 1 a r I l > Jl n1 P T 1 A ti F r1 t I 1 yr F 1 E rr 1 L I r J N Cr a a al A a1 1 I 1 3 1 I f LI 1 I ur1r I I 1 i 1 N Jv J r i 1 n 1 V I r1 Yy l rl I LI r LlJI I J S I I r 1 + I I i I I I zISi S 4a r l 1Ftl 1 1 I r 1 1QAIYNINLYE ti ii > AND ILL PLAY I 1 fli 1l r I SOME ME Id It o h l J I PIECES I I t cTUST LEARNT I OM1 0 J 111 1 lil Pb1 I r p L l J t I 1 < V il I > lnf fit I < II it i < L r i i I I G + f i c 1C G tlli l rkyWrbt µ o Lc r r 4 lllf 0 S 1 t 1 I I d W fz Tp THINK THAT 1 rl 1 L 1u fr I HAVE SPENT ZO o r I I YEARS AT THE rt3 PIANO AMD CANNOT PL AY AS THIS CHILP foR > > ITCONE5 PLAYS NATURALTq E 1 guD N I5TER HEHINTEVER 7 J ru lB5SUN5 o 61 r 1 1 j R qiDJ LLIr ML 1 s l DJj + I 1clj G t t n 1 < l I cj r T r1tEL I Inn cI r idI 1 I II r r 1 I I d I I 1 1 I d I I I I II t n I i I a IC M 7 I z...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 17 January 1909

Q 1 I j t I j c T u SF f r L S V THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY JANUARY 22 1908 7 e c J di Nt H Part Two I THEMORN NG tXAM NER I Pages 9 to 16 VOL VINO 17 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 17 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1I I I til H v W L trJM t i i M WJ J p t I I GRAND OIERA HOUSETr7 COMING ATTRACTIONS 1 m I w s Y ri1 t j i x S n a TONIGHT WEDNESDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 1 JZ SIS HOPKINS FIFTY MILES FROM BOSTON THE GREAT DIVIDE tr w I I < U f MABEL BROWNELL AS RUTH JORDAN IN THE GREAT plVIDE AT THE GRAND FRIDAY AND SATURDAYj < r I j tlSIS HOPKINS AT THE GRAND TONIGHT 41 EDWIN MORDANT AS STEPHEN GHENT IN THE GREAT DIVIDE AT THE GRAND FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I I J 1 How HENRY MILLER CASTS HIS PRODUCTIONS Essential That an Actor Be Thoroughly Familiar With the Kings English = = = To Be a Good Actor Is Easier Than to Be a Bad One = = Main Requirements of the Stage 11 Henry Miller though one of Ameri cas best known and capable actors for more than a quarter of a century has won n...

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. — 17 January 1909

I t f c T JO THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 17 1009 I 4 I age as tho Greatest vehicle sho has over had THE RIGHT OF WAY COMING The engagement of Ben Iiur In tills city has been so successful that 1 Messrs Klan Erlangor have deter mined to follow It up with their other I great production The Right of Way a dramatization of SII Gilbert Park ers famous novel The leading roles In this play arc assumed by Guy Stand I Ing arid Theodore Roberts two of tho most famous actors on tho American stage Tho Right of Way Is staged J with the attention to detail which 1 marks all of the Klaw AC Erlanger pro ductions j This will bo the first visit to this 1 city of a play which has been remark ably successful In tho East The pa trons of Ben Iltu may rest assured that In Tho Right of Way theywfll see dramatic offering which Lu Its treatment Is as great as BenHur I The Right of Way Is a big play It Is a mans play It Is a study of characters of souls under stress In brief It tells how Ch...

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. — 17 January 1909

Pdi A I r Itt I I I r JL L c t i T uj j THE MORNING ztnz M EXAMINEE fi OGDEN tJTAH FRIDAY JANUARY 22 1900 IA j < < M + 4 THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY IT lUOL Tom MAXINE = LLI ITOPENSHER THEATER rl I I WITH THE CHAPERONE U J tJ r J From Our Now York Dramatic Corre spondent 4V XlNi ELLIOTT In new gowns new play and now theater has opened before 11 J U an admiring throng for her annual metropolitan engagement In The Chaporonc a smart society drama In tlneo acts by Mai Ion Fair fax she has started on its career the theater that bears her name Maxino Elliotts theater and which her man agers declare vIIIJte used solely by woman stars Mine Nazlmova Julia Marlowe and Mary Mannering New Yoik society has given Miss Elliott and her playhouse a loyal send oft She Is a favorite with members of the Four Hundred of both sexes The play might bo classified as a romantic comedy and contains plenty of action and opportunities for Miss Elliott to display her beauty of face and fi...

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. — 17 January 1909

t I t I I s L afu 4 t I I I i 7 I j qJ i rr 1 r r7 i 1 1 i 4 I II V y pjjup yNiLL NGHEL5 J j II I r = J I HEY sat in the warm June sunlight on the I doorstep of the small wooden shanty big Dan V THEY miner and Tom Dcvoe fosterparent and for fully two minutes neither spoke Big Dan had taken off his hat which he turned I and turned in his hands At length he dropped ft and summed up the whole situation As I understand it Tom said he you and Nancy N lind of half way reckon you want to buy that restau I I > rant over to Rijcs and go into the grubdishin busi ness and your idee is to leave little Miss Dcvoc here I with me fer two or three days while you both traipse over there and circumnavigate the proposition Dcvoe said Yep thats the notion From his pocket he drew a soiled and folded sheet of paper which he straightened out deliberately This here i he added is the restaurants regular waybill It sounds like good kitchen sense said Dan but this here soupthis consunrmc What in blazes is ...

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. — 17 January 1909

I I j I If I p i II < L = = I TJii = r 7 i9 1 v EItOOOR OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY JANUARY 22 1903 L 0 Y 2 T E L JUffiINER dI 1J 1 < S II THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH jJfrTDAY MORNING JANUARY 17 1909 t e k1KtTD IIh TL H i Jr J1S TEPET IL1111INI1N1 I ± INILLJ l f I Alas The Poor Blonde il I a to this or bus > tho fi ALL 3 come SHALL Already arrived Must the girl with the light hnlr submit to tho dictum of a learned pro fessor of medicine and tai o a back scat In the matrimonial wagon For listen to what this ultrawise gen I tlcmnn has said nod the world hen taken cognizance of It Tho blondes chooses of marrying aro not nt all lual to those of bur brunette sister Three brunettes marry to every blonde that approaches the altar Tough luck If its trne for lo the blonde must hustle and catch up and will sho bo compelled to fall at the feet of the young innn oho likes best and entreat him to take her even In sooth If bho la a blonde Three blondes met a few dayn ago and Im Only a sends I d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 17 January 1909

J ijw r I 0 1 CO J4 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 17 1909 0 4RJ7lR FElWlY 127S4Y < < OPr121tiflX JrOfS 19 t 4p4L57zy C0IDJUh CHAPTER XVI Continued The suite allotted me was at tho end of a gloomy corridor 1 throw open one of the narrow windows The noisy stream below beating futilely against tho walls almost deafened tho voice of the servant as he asked if he could bo of assistance to me I looked out There wao a sheer drop of some f0 foot That fact vaguely disconcerted me I Tho words of Dr Slarva wore a jarring role that sobered my excitement When I ha droreed I was almost prepared I I pared to Ond tne oKcolve door of my I c1iil 1ir Jock sd or barred T had on tPIY the spiders web audaciously tgh Ts escape might bo less eJmpJe Too dinner wns simply but well served in a umnll diningroom Had my situation been lens serious I might have fell some humor nt the elaborate deference shown mo by my compan ion > for the benefit of tho two servants who waited on us Even...

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. — 17 January 1909

W L i I I c r v THE MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY JANUARY 22 1909 t i q w = 1 < 1 7ftW 4 I J e I J THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY HORNING JANUARY IT 1909 Jhe i f D j IP f y tr Af F A i72 r dd 2I e > t poi 11 w 7 < yZt 1 rti i t L g r E + ytq b i v 4 J t Abe + t 1 a s t eve cF1d trrrle p414 r pJ Lc 1 G I fl m r LIzcfJfarAZh77PGJe HE mystery and miracle of genius at are again brought homo to tho worlds memory ns wo are cele r brating tbo hundredth anniversary of Edgar Allan Pocs blrtb There nro those who account him as our greatest man of letters In point of Influence only Haw thorne and Emerson rank with him In i point of originality only Walt Whitman who called him poor wonderful Poe Seldom has an cqunl amount of biography and literary criticism been compressed Into three words rIo was one of the greatest of Immortals and one of the most miserable mortals that over trod this earth and his own words may fit tingly be applied to himself The fever called living IB ...

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. — 17 January 1909

1 1 = v < J < t O STANDARD OGDEN UTAII SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 17 1009 1i THE SUNDAY 1ir t I i 11 f j orfTf1 7 1 09 e Y W4TREP f 1 r yf rw zfA c ay sir f a rI fGJ > > qltrr jf Jli fir < oi j t fjrijfj Xf < < > f tfl fijzf rR1i J J < h or > r io litt G8if < ifi Jrltlfl1 stiy Ui l + 2V J I r i fr > f V 7 t Diaii vve rg E Jf Jtt J J lrr i l fW it Z ttY tJ Cf 0110 f 4C1 f IjF R ttt t Picturesqu the Fea s lY1r r t 1 tf Ji d Leathertrimrled L eavLJer < rPflpJ 4Fr t i l tore ot Winter Sport1nZ DoeSIllD 1 rt y rl Ie Irlt f u frjt1 j Garb Fashions That t t t trt I i1 o i J2 1JJ ff 1 JV Y l + Are Set By Athletic 0l iitt trtf1 N I > Ii 1 ANE Wear When the Di 1 recto ire Gown Gees Skating t It Is a beneficent dispensation of the I arbiters of dress which penults almost unlimited latitude In the garb for ontof door pursuits Or perhaps fashion realizing In this case the olendernoss of her sceptre gracefully yields a point tp expediency I Freedom comfort an...

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