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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 20 June 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. — 20 June 1909

l1i = ii tn I iII 6P ov 1 < o I 1 M 1 W i f < > = f S Fi 0 = ni JINGLING jOHNSON IS PUT TO ROUT BY MRS PICKLEWEIGHT > J a p i i j f 0 LIST A SOUND OFMARTlALDISQOKP WAFTS UPON THE AIR OMEPOOR ffRW KIND fUjBA OS GEITINGITTORrA R iou TOAD k r 0 l r t ry r s UCNAR c I I I I I I i I ji I T ar = J I I I J I o B YOURVILE AND EVJLTEMP R PASTE THIS IN YoUR HAT I E PLE SHOOED BE KIND AND GENtLE J WHEN THEY RE TOOTAT i I WHATUSINESSfS I THIs of YouRS t i I r i I < J il I I L i I i j HOLDENOUGH TitS JINGLING OHNSCN CEASED X JO I M TARE WITH A THUD THESHRJNKING HUSBAND P H lTS THE OAKENpL OR TAKE THAT i You sHRiMP r Ham < 7T TIT HELP ASSISTAN E pIDAh1DSUeI R ALSO SYMPATHY NOW THEFAT AND cRA DFbRP IS EL TAKES JT CUT Oh ME f I MY NOSE SCOONDR N URT e f a at qn 1 i L 4 h r PEA ° E LET CUPID PATCH TH IS WARFARE ARROWS HE WILL HOOT htNGS LIKE THIS MAKE TJM D HUSB NHS GO UPON A TOOT ENOCN PICKLEWEi lGHT ° WHORES TiAT 5 CEN S + i srT r F4RC t i a V I o t d o 6 1 i I NOM RcJ NO M oRE N...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 20 June 1909

r I R4 1 6 4 r 7 4 1 I i i If I r 3 7 t f 1 I r ILti ti t r r1 A Y 1 = t r i 1 f I n c t c 1 c WILLIES BREAD MIXER WORKS LIKE A BOMB I I oQIa dAe1 Mrlf or fW f > > J Ka ff Gb1 c FFpE MILL AL50 OPERAtES FOOt > 6fclHbER EGG BEATER BREADYc < AKe MIXER ET < D WILLIE VJL5TfNGH0U5 E EDISbH Mltii PAT rota iva f NOeaxuN J0oao a r ktT1fi Nrtir 1 I m r u I 1 I I L I L 1 I I flIf I I i f 1 r DEAR TOMMY Mamma hasnt got a girl yet so 1 built her a motorbike this She was delighted with it and had jusfc got a lot of eggs ready to bout when Papa tame in As usual he gat in II A Imiiyt spoiled the demonstration and got covered with eggs dO Your r etc WIILIK c II r 1 k z C r r 1 I 1 r J dt 1 U i g Jl r rr I f V i rte Ii IL r II J I i i II I t I I I I i r I j I I 0 I i 7B t I I i 1 J Lc M V I i Y NAUGHTY NED THE BOY WHO COULDNT BE BAD I UN X D coreAMu o vJAtd t 10 Ooz N co R + t n1r G i 7 o 1 rr f I b1ft I f T t f Ji t r 1 3AD h O v Q > LZT u 1p p b I 4 0 J St 1 1 i toucJ t 1oU ccc w ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 20 June 1909

r I1 A iiI 1 r + I I ITS ONLY ETHELINDASHE FINDS THE WATERS FINE v n J I i r l r i Z f 1 Itt I t I I 11tA 1PfLIt 4 > c JflOED OVfU CELLAR OP WATEFO 1 fVM i Ir 1Lt GET MY BATHING I 1 1 II v r1I44 j l f r i Lo I I II I I J r 7WERELT NOTHING TO t DO BVT JCGDT VPJTAIIt5 QVJCK AND THEN MOP r VP THE WATER BEFORE i I ANYBODY SEES IT I I 111t ijJji i jl k 1 fV11 1rd1 SrI rJ i 1 I 1 I l > 11 I vlt I I ¼ 1 1 I a 1 J W C t Il 1 u IF 4 1 1 I 19JHY 15 15 7Ht BUT J IDEA f EVER HEARD Of r I HOPE IT um COLD S 6 P 1 1 dtt > I ct rF 7 1 J rl t z i I 1 t It I < Fr T1 F MF THERE ISN T ANYp E t IN THIS tOWER r r 4 c f I HALL TLL BE All V r J 7 L < n t q Co 7 t < 1 I r > c f < 1 j < I 0 if J r t 0 = IAktt H lti I r1 I 1 < r 1 t c f r V7r 11 nI1Y1 RJ Z 1 a 1 QIuiLY HOW AM t TO 5CTOVT AGAIN OTIS rEr1VER THING I r ti fci TT = 3 PLL r Mm > 1 1In f r 1 < t + 11 11 1 H 1 I ot r l t t J I i r u C ii rJTlt1 EUKDA t wHAI T t fq INrHE ORLD a r 4 4Y J 1 AI Rt YlP DONG f E J f C &...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 27 June 1909

laf J IL T k I lc I N f 4 Y Society Section QIgben f orn ng xamtntr I Pages 9 to12 I 1 t 1 I VOL VINil 178 Y I t I IIi1 = r h OGDEN UTAH r SUNDAY JUNE 27 1909 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH IIIIU > I 1 J IJ t ill s l < t r rim ji s 4 I I Mrs Etta G Sbupe visited friends in Salt Lake City during the week Miss Charlotte Wottl returned to r her home in Salt Lake City today lies Clfiyborn W Smith spent Sun t tar in Salt Lnko City visiting friends Airs J D Harding and daughter of Brlgham City visited in Ogden Mon I di Mis Ethel Larkin of Salt Lake is islMiig her cousin Josephine bar I n Mr and Mrs Joseph Clark have returned from an extended caster rip Miss Mary J Bates of Santa Fe N M Is visiting her brother Dr Edgar Bates I The Halcyon Sewing club will meet I 1 Friday afternoon at the homo of Mrs Hume lF Wade M Johnson has returned from l Philadelphia where ho has been stud iinS law Misses Phoebe Sevcna and Daisy Madten of Brigham City wero Ogden I 4r visitors Monday Mr and Mrs Orson Hu...

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. — 27 June 1909

i + = = I o oJ Or T f I a g flJo fn C A o r 1 0 J iltM l rJT o ter f Il y J J j = I i + I QUR tIORT < STORY PAGB r rL al1I r S r The Courtship of Miles Sheehan T Y H Copyright 1909 1yBenj B Hampton a tf OLICE Captain Sheehan tossed to the desk before him the little giltedged copy of lJ The Courtship of Miles Standish that with the aid of his forefinger and much profanity he had been laboriously perusing and cocking his feet up beside it puffed on his cigar thoughtfully Now theres a guy wit lh right idea he com mented but hes a poor pcrfoimcr He aint got no 1 noivc tub be sure but he aint got no bility neither J He sets in his office wit a good scar in his face k Now if chasm an he frames it up youse goes down tuh propose tub the dame vuhself he says tub himself juh11 get yuh woids all tangled up an crab th whole deal When it comes tuh handin out lh 4 mush Bill iiihrc a dead one Yuhrc done before yuh begin r fe Now he sees that thats straight talk hes givin I II himself He knows t...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 27 June 1909

I I f if fr d 0 > 7 r r61J HT n l tT < li > J 5 1 ii b t THE MORNING EXAMINER I l oJ r Yy 1 1 l S OLKS i JL j I 1 When and Vhere Did Ji the Umbrella Originate r ITTLD ones when yon go forth on si CITTLU day comfortably protected by 1 1t your umbrellas docs tbe question ever occur to you Who Invented the umbrella Now tho fact Is tho Inventor of the umbrella or nunshado Is not known for I ouch tilings an sunshades were used In China long before the Chrlallnn era and l may have had their origin In the pagodas of that country for In the Celestial Em plro tho umbrella or nunuhado Is a for mldablo three or four story affair not c unllko the pagoda It IB possible thnt In tho beginning tbo Idea of nn umbrclln was suggested to the mind of man by the presence of n toad under n mushroom whore he might have been seen Bitting well protected from a shower or tho hot rays of a midsummer pun Man ever busy planning for his bodily comforts would not be slow to use tbo pattern offered by the ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 27 June 1909

0 rw 5 O 1 o 4 hI u o 11 s II 1111 J g S T 3 II a L t oG A > > J m THE lQRKING EXAMINBR V n Ii I j I r ll nth i 1 r a t 1 r Of it 31 l I IiII L I sw r t I a t l o o 0 H r o 0 + r 1III ii nf t < I I d z 11 1 lE n t r 7 J > 1 II t 0 il I o1fTll I I f III rE i f1 f IIE1 C = JJ J IN TOD DRESMNGROOM y Dollj What nrc you girls going to do this summer 1olly Ah Im going to run ocr to Europe mill buy n few gowns Mollv And I expect to take nn auto trip through England W bat uro you going to do Dolly Dolly Ob I presume Ill work In some restnurnnt like tbe rest of yon i Something Better j Flow about Fourth of July In your town I I this year asked the Inwjcr ns he met I nn acquaintance from a lllnsc 10 miles away awayOh Oh wo shall whoop or up was the reply 1 Regular cclcbrJtlun eh Yes I was your omlor tlireo or four years j ago If you reull III II r Yes I remember and you cot off n I I pretty good speech ii Thanks Im pretty busy Just now j but I might lmc got away hid they wantiil m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 27 June 1909

M < r i i t m d r BOTH PHONES 664 J f r If there Is any Irregularity in 1 i rr b ti f CIRCULATION IS GROWING N t II the do I 1 cr v of your paper ad + o f xamtntr else us by tclephonv Notch for r O rn tn g Jrmtn r First 11th rho t8 firs to bo Wc big midsummer commercial rend in the rla fi rst to atlyo calc clean g ovornm eat always i editIon now in ry probress rollnblo and aulhenUcprtncl And pIes tat make for povularlty successors to THE DAILY TATE JOURNAL I VOL VI NO 178 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 27 1909 PRICE 65 CENTS PER = I MONT R y MRS WOOD IllS JEVLqy AR I f r H fOUND IN CITY PAWNSHOP I Eastman Repaid a Loan Seemed Plentifully Sup i plied with MoneyPoints in Story Being Rapidly Gathered In r I St Michaels Md June 2GTell I late shafts of light continued today to I y filler In upon the tragedy of the loueb bungalow of Board Creek As the tan > rl gled skeins of the story arc picked up s i rI one by one they tend tend more and more to dissipate the claim advanced by Robert East...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 27 June 1909

ftIi O L i = I t o Os 0 f Uji > = i J o U tJ J 1 1 l I j L < 0 4 11 I l = Of OGDEN MORNING EXALIINEROGDEN UTAH SUIDAIJVtE2719O9 I I rrr t l 1 t 7 t f i k 4j tl WOMENS HOME PAGE t I EDITED BY MISS MARTHA MARCH FOR READERS OF OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER IR DtE1tr1R SaO = = B HOW JT TO PRESERVE THE COMPlEXION I I I I In many wayo tho summer Is the most trying time for ono who wishes 10 look well Freckles and tan do not Improve the looks Perspiration takes the waves from tho hair wilts the neckwear and causes the freshness to disappear from dresses Tho heat reddens tho face and makes the com plexion coarse A few Individuals who are blessed with naturally curling Jocks and do I not have to think of thck preservation of the crimps and others who are horn with a genius for tidiness will I always look well no matter what the weather Is or where they are but for most greater care is required In sum mer lo maintain the average of an at tractle appearance Of late years air maidens have made a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 27 June 1909

I < It f itr I I BILl OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 27 J808 S l = 3 i I I I I Ing Vnrn f tllee to et noth h Cali I PUfiIUSfI 1tt1J 1 SPORTS BASEBALL in her as a i HYlAND W Hull NS ON KNOCKOUT d lhe > ho malnt o sent GIN i J THE v Hrilt ilp o her ho fORYHRST ROUND Arena San Francisco June 26 Fighting Dick Hylanu knocked out Loach Cross of New York in the forty first round of a scheduled fortyllvo round battle at the Coma arena this l afternoon The light was one of the most sensational of modern ring his 1 tory and was characterized by the gameness and recuperative powers of I the New York pugilist dentist Ho f was floored fully fifteen times during S the contest and after the twentylift li round fought practically on the dcfuo slve only J F This was Cross initial battle in California soil and was the first time he had fought al over ten rounds He r started in as chipper as a lark For the first ten rounds he was the acme of coolness he chewed gum constant J ly an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 27 June 1909

n fl 0 JjW iFi J 1 L OJ 0 o I r I 3 I fi e o tJ r I 11 Ui rLI I f iu s I If L V j 1 < 4 ODZN rIoRNINGXAMNER = OGDEN UTAHTDAT JUiT E 2T90 gbrn Cxammer looued Every day In the Year A R BOWMAN Publisher Tcnra of Subscription in Advance I Dally anl Sunday one month fli c Daily and Sunday six months 37fi Dally and Sunday one year 700 one year 200 Sunday Examiner subscribers wishing ad JrcBB of paper chanced must give former is well as present address Subscriptions In all cases arc payable In advance ForeIgn advertisers will plcaso make nil remittances payablo to tho publisher < THE OFFICIAL DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER OF UTAH I Compared with the Aldrich glacier jlr Fairbanks seems as hot as a pan cake Cupiditlll continues to win out in that contest with tho hardhearted soc rotary For every one person that acts IIkc a tonic to us 1000 act like a mustard plaster If Roosevelt doesnt look out ho may kill that Missing Jtok that Darwin wrote about The coiiKumer would not mind the cost of Iviing...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 27 June 1909

p or w i 1 win nlnp liner wife wifey y ithon arold An ralk Hlll a8 n r Qhn 1 neon wall all rune Fay ovo ork John s D Box Ida 1 WN J I 5 of j stu unl I tlng ox innl I 4 I tho of a the 4j c or sloii mil rted in CCrS the j tire Led Ito J Oil ang ansC i G JVO Oll > to1 bcr i tier i an a irm on mo uul ardi Cl1 Cl1e c A I i iJ 0 rl U 7 iA ors flee alia art 0to to ith hip 100 mil 21 ra I I II n J J I r l I 0 f 1 Ji L PAJAMASI The idcnl sleeping gar ment so nicu say who wear them A splendid porch costume for a hot summer night If you have never worn Pajamas Sir you YC been missing something great in Summer comfort Our Pajamas are made by a maker who is a specialist at the business and who knows how Chovlots Madras Mercerised Cotton Pongee Silk etc etc 150 to 8 the Suit Fred M Nye Company 2413 Wash Ave gbrn xamtn Ictued Every Day In tho YearT A R BOWMAN Publlcher Terms of Subscription In Advance Daily anti Sunday one month 65c Dally and Sunday six months 375 Dally and Sunday one year 700 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 27 June 1909

JL = I = 011 > n r > r 14 L G t J L 11 o t l OGDEN MOEWIKG EXAMIN33 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 27 1909 I u UHERAN WAlKER Will SPND DH1J GARU Weston arrived at Edward Payson = Carlin Nov nl U10 oclocl lnst night will sneml Sunday there Ho lea null Kallcrk at 11 30 oclock Friday night ItSko at 325 Saturday d rived at breakfcwt taoro and continued m rnl1g took Halleck Iso tinued onhl way ot 910 Mr Weston SO mile from Ogden left here at 110 oclock Monday I morning and despite iho extreme heat of the desert made exceptionally good time during his weeks walk At this rate lie will doubtless be able to reach hundred days Stii Francisco In the ono I hlch ho gave himeelf to walk from New Yok to the Golden Gate M1SiiIIi JfWflS FOUr n Continued from Page One ho bungalow as late as 11 oclock on Saturday night There is no serious belief here that Eastman killed Mrs Woodlll through motives of robbery Neither Is there any widespread eo of premeditation The two were heard to quarrel as tho drove a...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 27 June 1909

YJ I lr 11 w r c I r J T 1 ic = i 7 < I > L n OGDEN MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 27 1909 ij fu 1i I I I I 1 ii i t IW utr2 1C to i Illrit hltc 1 when re3tcd 3trll cccnL e pll lH1e Lthout nrs stalc 0 l set Jtlbll t I l unJ tantr I 1ntho tho thoO 4 0 to vlthV com deep the of I JSE GS th itIior or Is pIO i1fl liout oIl C 500000 A an II re51dent It cashlt > alteriO1 lt io ioer ner I11s 1 olapp lieU lieUII L 1i 2 TO CARRY LUMBER hat will plcaso all customers and meet all demands Is no small under taking ITS HARD TO FIND a stock of Lumber and Building Ma terial that will come nearer mooting all demands than what we havo to I offer Dont make a purchase until you have obtained our estimate We can save you money etc UTAH OREGON LUMBER CO 145 TWENTYFOURTH ST flitL In using Peerys Creseatt Ui flip better your baking today 1 You may cxpfcrfijjent with nher flours first Ibuf soonrloT jiter you re sure Honrbcc ni3 steady user of Peerys Crescent Flour Sold bY all grocers In You...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 27 June 1909

U tNt i oS 0 I fi1f C 1 tn C 1 J c iiiJJ > o I IL A rr 14 Z 0 L PAGE EIGHT Egben orn ng xarnincr SUNDAY JUNE 27 1909 1 + BAN UfT CLOSES i AN mEAt DAY Three Hundred Salt Lake Visitors and Many Ogrienites at Idlewild Opcnlng of Canyon Road Yesterday Hundreds Pass Over New Line FifteenMinute Schedule Today Three hundred employes of the Z C M I arrived In Ogden yesterday Bambergor road on their annual the over deleI nual outing and wore met by a Son from Wrights and Burls stores and other establishments in this city I und escorted to the Idlewild resort in Ogden canyon The new line of the Ogden Rapid Transit company to Peens camp was used for the first lime In the transportation of paid pas sengers In carrying the host and ar riving there they were taken to tho J aulos Idle wild in the passenger I where an elaborate banquet was spread I and the evening was spent In great glee by the excursionists At a late tired hour Ihey returned to the city I 1 but happy and will one accord pro cla...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 2 January 1910

c71 Co f C I F I T V > < c i T y c r 71 pc C o r i ATTENTION go ers The < s be Into Ogdon the they MR Monilnp home ADVERTISER start ot Examiner down C QI gbeit 1f1 iorntn g xamtncr INTEGRITY a news Examiner reliable of the and AND readers world complete RELIABILITY at got large all review and tho otu ec tho point of tho happtnlneo at home v fy And Successors to THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL lt OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 2 1910 i VOL VIINO 2 PRICE 65 CENTS PEE MONTH AfTS KEEP I OPEOUSE J J I Official Family Joins Brilliant Re ception While President I Shakes 5575 Hands I CELEBRATED SMILE MARKS I BEGINNING AND END iI Hearty Words of Greeting Given Dur ing Three Hours of Diplo I matic Display I i Washington Jan 1 President nnd I Mrs Tuft held their first Now Years V levee at the White house today Al though Mrs Taft has not yl regained i I her full strength and seemed rather pale In a gown of white silk she carried Intention of remaining ned out her original j I maining In the receivi...

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 January 1910

I 1r r I yF p 9 F I I SUNDAY JANUARY 21910 2 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH I Tiii I r IIL 1 < 111 < II EXAMINER SPORTING PAGE I Uptodate and Reliable I GLURI WINNER j AT SEVEN TO TWO Before Record Crowd Takes Ano I Nuevo Handicap at Juarez Juarez Jan 1Boore the largest crowd of the week Glorio at 7 to 2 easily won tho Ano Nuovo handicap at one mile at Terraz park today Rice who had the mount rode a fine race He allowed Right Easy and Meadow to cut out a fast pace over took Urn pacemakers In the stretch ftJ and won by two and a half lengths 1 from Meadow with Prince Ahmed f favorite third The first haby race I of the meeting resulted in a victory for Princess Industry She won un der a hard drive In the fast time of 34 15 for three furlongs Summar ies iesFirst race six furlongs selling Lady Panchlta won Dave Montgom ery second Delf third Time 114 Socond race selling seven furlongs Bon Ton won KopeK second R Q Smith third Time 12635 Third race twoyearolds three fur longa Prin...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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