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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 30 January 1910

d t < r T a I r qt I ELALL THE NEWS OF EVERYWHERE DELIVERED FRESH TO YOUR BREAKFAST TABLEi < 1 I 1 lJft of jn presa that THE as power well Is P f wielded as now editorially rl J to In further adS I gbtn iorutttg Qxamtncr Associated news The WITHOUT Examiner of Ogden Press PREJUDICE and presents report Utah and a It full all Is j 7 ther your business ambitions To tho real paper of Northern Utah f And Successors to THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL II VOL VIINO 30 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 30 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH I rSlAVIS HAS i fW LETTERS I Sensational Documents Showing e i Displeasure of Land Office In troduced in Evidence r SCHWARTZ WANTED TALE I PUT INTO SCARE HEADS = 0 1 d Witness Declares Became Convinced Dennett Was CrookedThought Ballinger Wan In Way Washington Jan 291ouls R Gla vis concluded his testimony before I the BalllneerPinchot congressional in t vestigation committee late today Ho will bo recalled at tho resumption oi I the hearing Monday afternoon for 1 crossexa...

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. — 30 January 1910

r r 1 1 r t 2 OGDEN MOPwNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 30 1910 t 9 I i Do you know I ihat there is a i modern I uptodate stationery store in Utah l It carries the best linesin the office supply business n The stock of general tation cry such as pens pager ink etc is unsurpassed in fine west If you would bencflj yourself in the purchase of office sup I plies and typewriters then I i you should buy fro I I I 1 Th rt rr Breen i Office Supply i I Co BASEMENT FIRST NAT BANK BLDG F I 1 SPECIAL See our window display for Writing Paper inSoxes and Tablets35c to 60 values go ing for 25 c ets Badcharmacy 7 A RSMcINTYEE P 0 No 2U S WEATHER BUREAU STREET OAR TICKETS t 1 I r y f 1 i I F i I f I ad Save your Fruit arfd save Ii I your Orchards use thoflDEAL JIl JI ORCHARD EBATE3 56000 used in the Grand Valley of 4 I Colorado last ssasonmot a dis t I satisfied cusibmer most econ omical efficientNwid satisfac i tory heater made See RAS t liIJ I MUSSEN MARSH General J I 1h l Agents for Weber...

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. — 30 January 1910

i r u ij Y rt1 I iIt o i I OGDEN MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTA SUNDAY JANUARY 30 1910 1tIi ft JP 4 OJ t 1 ih r141 I a 1q i 1 jI i t rtS 1 1U1kIII Al ki 1 b4 LZ i Y I b Zfi y 1 7 ifloe c I Lode iLii71ar iai H 1000 pairs of ladiesyhighclass shoes I which were fepught ata distinct advan Li tage because some > astem shoe stores could n = j not take their shieih worth 350 fl 400 500 r j ii See the ad on page 6 J1r U JIL Jill J L I = t i ctJ 06DEN STATE BANS PAt I STAfANK f NoXlln Orpay trWFE until voro tho Cure I etv jn d lo An Wan xh 1 plant rankfcs the curoi 1 tsVv1 1 ABSOiUTEflUARAJITEE f ft C Bigelow Pros Any Tumor Lump 01 J M Browning VlceProe Sort oil tliillipfncooTi AP Bigclow Caohler nnvnktto ris monfhn J HalveiJ3onAs3t Caahicr PAIN unlilTrfs w 130PAGE BOOECfl free irith cfitromtfl cf DIRECTORS THOUSANDS Cured I J WHITE TOilS OME H C BTgeow John K Spiers ANY LUtfP IN WOMAfrS BREAST G L Becker J N Spargo L F vTuI ilL flj 9 dow J M Browning O A JS CANCERVlf neglectca It will ALWA73...

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. — 30 January 1910

r i 0 J L 45 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 30 1910 r WHEN ONE LOOKS UP our method of selling goad on the E SY PAYMENT plan hcvlll find our jifiices arc never hjfgher and very often much lowertfnan tho so called cash oases i I 1 A TRIAL VlLL JONVINCE U I ThntTTarry wllXuivyeraeU thorn all oven on c it 366 Mth StHnrr Pla j t f I OGDEN BffiS I ben W war of eating Relishing wholosomo hyfcnjir tlniesarer no disappointment Charles Cafeteria 1 I Address to Young People Prof Eg gortBon county superintendent of I schools and Judge Gunnoll visited t the school at Plain City on Friday of this week when the larger boys I and girls were assembled in one room and the other children in another room and Jill given adviccyand Instruc d tion for their good Your chance to bu almost few fur niture at Boyle cap t Ten good men can geH winter em I ploy meat at the SuKariWclory by ap I plying to the aupct endent at the factory I Seriously 1I1John C West at 2157 i Madison Is seriously 111...

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. — 30 January 1910

n r u Q C 1 c if7 C 7x T + i i 5 < L < 5f 1jY rtrJ 1 OGDEN MQBNINQ EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUABY 30 910 7 0 r lODSE CJ13 t 1 IN mAil BOXES t Tho following instructions on col letting loose coins In rural deliver E boxes has been received by Poatmas tor ShurtlifT Washington D C Janu 25 1910 The PostmasterSIr In view oC tho extent to which the practice oC placing lose coins In boxes by rural patrons has grown and the delay IE the delhory and collection of mall and tho hardship imposed on rural car rlers incident thereto rOil are In formed that commencing February 13 rurul letter ranieiB will not by re qIrvd to collect IOOJQ coins from m ral mall boxes Patrons should ncloso fns In in onvflnpo wrap them aeoiirov In It p lrr r of paper or deposit thorn In a rolnhohlmg receptacle so they can be on lv aid quickly taken from boxes raft carriers 111 Uj required to lit suet coins and where accompanied by mill for dispatch attach tho re I quisite sumps Respectfully Signed P V DE GRA...

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. — 30 January 1910

I lh N r tk7 rYa yur t f L 1 n 0 0 j ya V r 6 OGD3N M03NIH3 EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JmJAEY 30 1910 I I I STRICT MEASURES i I TO FIGHT IlLNESS I L II Mortality Record for Utah Indi j Ii cates Need of Early Action 1 Salt Lake Jan 29 According to 1 the mortality report for December rl just issued by Dr T B Beatty secret I t tart of the state board of health J I i here were 345 deaths in Utah in Do comber of which 155 were in Salt I r Lake City There Were 173 cases of H scarlet fever with 5 deaths and l2 r cases of smallpox but none was fatal 1 rt There was one death from diphtheria and membraneous croup out of 23 f cases recorded I Four deaths resulted from typhoid fever of which thero were 21 cases Twcntyono cases of pneumonia were I I reported nnd 14 resulted fatally Of 10 cases of tuberculosis C resulted in death With the issuing of this report Sec retary Beatty gives the following spe J cial Instructions r The unusual prevalence of scarlet i fever in various parts of the state I...

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. — 30 January 1910

> Y7 1 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 30 1910 i t V iF I iFW Li a r i t w I Mrp W A Johnson Jr returned to bon homo at Rock Springs after hav L Ing visited one month with her moth r 0 cr Mrs Lottie E Vickery at 248 29th I Street I Mrs Perry Bower of Dillon Mon tana is the guest of her sister Mrs 1 G C Peck k Mrs Gertrude Packard of Spring is vlllo is visiting with Mrs Pierce of J this city u Tho Tolstoi Club will meet at the I I residence of Mrs F II King 23C9 r Jefferson avenue on Tuesday Febru ary 1st The Ladles of the Lincoln Circle twill entertain the now members at Mrs W W Grossman 2669 Qulnc February 1st Miss Dorthy Seier was married Wed f nosday morning at S ocock to Joseph I Brownson of Buffalo N Y in the K Catholic church The ceremony took I place during mass Father Cushna L bas officiated c The Weber Stake Academy Alumni f association will give a grand winter ball Friday January 1th at the We 0 her academy auditorium Mr and Mrs J W Duffln were guests o...

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. — 30 January 1910

I w rp 11 r f F i c F f01 < PAGE EIGHT T 1btn j1flornin xaininr ± h JANUARY 30 910 > r 1 1 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR BERT R BOWMAN General Manager CHARLES W MEICHAN Managing Editor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE Daily and Sunday one month 65c Daily and Sunday six months 375 Daily and Sunday ono year 700 200 Sunday Examiner one year I Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former r as well as present address Subscriptions in all cases are payable in advance WEATHER FORECAST UTAH Fair Sunday Monday unsettled j tf Full Associated Press Service Seven Days a WecK W FW HENKEL Chicago Reprccentatlve Tribune Building F Seven Hundred Words to r Say We Dont Care t i It required 720 words for the twilight shillaleh to declare whin ingly that < we dont care what the naughty naughty Examiner i says All because this paper saw fit to recommend that taxes be L y equalized in order that equal burdens might be borne by rich and poor alike in pro...

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. — 6 February 1910

I r f 7tr 1 IL t ALL THE NEWS OF EVERYWHERE DELIVERED FRESH TO YOUR BREAKFAST TABLE Jh WITHOUT > xoDlIII PREJUDIC n rnn U L lr gbtit qiorntn g Qxaintnzr of the press THE IB POWER wielded In ad V I vertising as well BB editorially 1 r be rcil paper h ortUern E Utilize your that business power now ambitions to further And Successors to THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL I OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY G 191X VOL VII 37 PRIOE 65 GENTS PER MONTE j 1 0 r PARUAMt I fAGS fiGHT Radical and Conservative Battle in British Legislative Hall Is Promised 1 ABOLITION OF TITLED I > BODY THREATENED l Reorganization With Possible Over 1 throw of Prominent Peers Con ceded to Be Certain t 1 London Fob 5Of oven greater In terest than the possible changes In Uho < Ablnol Is the course tho govern pent Is likely to pursue upon the re nrtSOTibling of parliament Premier Aaqnith has kept his own counsels I aid the views of tho liberals vary ac i corrilnp to their shade of radicalism Extreme liberals strongly favor...

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. — 6 February 1910

I I n r t rc7 p < > Jfiif > v CW J > I j i Y 0 < z OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 6 1910 I r f c I y Y ND Y r + 1l of j 0 1 I I I PUlKA WINS IN STRUCH DUEL Old Town Handicap at Jackson ville Won Alter Hard Battle TaeUspnvHJo Fa Feb uAt Mm 01 lei Park today the Old Town hands ri > went to Pulka aJUr a somlllu ftrctph duo with Oil UonesM and dtcniH the three iiumcJ crossing line Nlri iiMbes 11 an Summary Fliprrafe i nice furlongs PUP Isabel ln < r > won Jjf Straw second lady Stavn tiifiI Time J1I Sooiiid rao1 one ml r selling Sinus won Iylllj second Fair Louise tMrd TImo Jn 25 I Third lace sis furlough purse lack Atklu won Magalue second Juhn GilClu third Time 11223 JI 1imrtlt racp Old Tovi handle p mile mill Wijiiarwr PliiUj won Old j Knlytety reread Sctwijn third Tiuie J2fl15 j Fifth me MX furiviigi oHIIng j Dr Uarklwy won Top Note second Crunplon thud Time 12l5 Sixth lain mile and one slxteentii I aelliflg HJgh Knugo vjn Paradise I Quean s...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 6 February 1910

If1 H I OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 6 1910 n t p uiy I to VQTALE Tho safest medicines aro thoso which Icavo tho system in the host con ation after thoir uso ThIn Is ono oi tho principal virtues wo claim for d c s S Doing made entirely of roots herbs and barks it is not in oven J the smallest degree harmful to any system but on tho other hand ito veg I Sfblo ingredients mnke it one of the finest of tonics to build up tho health inoveiy way A groat many blood medIcines contain strong mineral rtCTcdients which unfavorably affect the bowels stomach or aigestivo sys ST and any bloodpurifying effect thoy might havo is therefore offset by their 1cm injurious action on tho general health S S S is tho ono safe and S blood purifier It goes into the emulation and rids tho blood of every L imcuitv or pollution It strengthens the circulation and adds nourishing I BWMrtlBS to tho blood and greatly assists in tho cure of any blood disease r ° e ess euros Rheumatism Catarrh So...

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. — 6 February 1910

I r r t < i J r I t v r i j OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER nu OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 6 1910 a WHEN ONE LOOKS UP our method of selling goods on the EASY PAYMENT jtlan he will find our prices arc never higher nml vary often much lower than the EO called cash houses A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE U That Harry will undersell them all oven on credit HARRY JGG 24th S Hurry Place I I OGDEN BRIEFS R3LM2NB ERS EXAMINER WANT AD AGENCIES Fpr the convenience oC patrons The Morning Examiner has established Want Ad Agencies With A R Mcln Lyre of be Badcon Pharmacy 241J Washington avenue G F Cave 2301 Washington avenue Brown Drug Cou 2201 Washington avenue Utalina DrugCo Tweisiyflfth and Washing ton avenue Glddings Drug Store 271 Twentyfifth street and J E Cave of The Depot Drug Store 10S Twenty tHth street Advertisements for this department will receive prompt attention Miss Lulu Tlmlfihor daughter 01 Jraf and Mrs Chas TJicutcher IB 111 nt her home on Xorth Washington avenue The dalnilodt pastry that Is pa...

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. — 6 February 1910

= d J J J P f n W V Or I AH a 1 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY G 1910 ill CANADIAN HOSPITALS SAY I I L I r e runa Gives j c I Spendid Results for G1 MGKstih 3 t h r v Colds an v r 4 tfS1 Trou rs31c ft S j jr SrwyUrrpt F9 vr i 3 KCGS < rt f1rtt Il r ta tay r Z r j 9 j3it v t y Y n 1 I 1 W 2JVtZ W s 2S z Xf T CHARTERS Hospital Quebec I ST City One of our plslors who commenced > lo take P runn has Im I proved and will continue to take it I Some others are trying It also Sr Ste Marie Superior I CONVENT of St Laurent near I Montreal Mother House Sisters of the Holy Cross I After using Poruna for two or three I I months several members of the com I munllv have experienced such good I I effects that thev can recommend its iipp to others Sisters of Holy Cross t r HAVING used Pemna for the past 11 few months for our sick and poor we are happy to say that It has given us groat satisfaction The Sis I ters of the Good Shepherd Montreal After continued use of the remedy ...

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. — 6 February 1910

< f1 i 1i < < f J G OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 6 1910 SHAM ENGlNf IS ABMmm Bamberger Line Abandons Use of Locomotive on Lincoln Avenue Line Hereafter the Salt Lake it Ogdon will bo operated along Lincoln ave nue by electric power exclusively Tluit is the Ktatcmont mnde by Simon Bamborger ycatorday afternoon Even tho first train to move over the line each day whicU has been propelled by steam during the cold period will bo pulled by electric motor car There has been some objection to the use of steam on the Lincoln ave nue line and to satisfy this protest Mr Biinihcrgcr has ordered the steam engine withdrawn entirely unless In case of threatened blockndo during snow storms when It may he absolute ly necessary to open the line by the temporary use of a locomolhc Hives eczema Itch or salt rheas eoL you crazy Cant bear the touch of your clothing Doaus Ointment cures the most obstinate cases Why suffer All druggists sell it NEW RAILROAD IS ASSURED III IDAH...

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. — 6 February 1910

T i 1 > rS y yr t 1 w1 w A < Iri l F u h OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 6 1910 I t 1910 Nill be Ban yi n Oden Real Estate IIlarke l r Tills Is the slogan that Is being used extensively by tbo boosters of Og den at the present time as well as in the future Ogden Is going to grow Real estate Is In big demand and the price Is going to advance Conditions I point to a most prosperous year in real estate and business circles These are somo of tho views advanced by prominent real estate men of tho city They are all optimists most generally but upon this occasion their reason Is founded upon substantial facts they now have at hand Conditions in the past have proven exclusively that investments In Og den real estate have been safe and sound yielding profits that have not been surpassed by returns from stock investments Another item that is I noted In regard to Ogden real estate is that money In being put Into real es tate now as an Investment and not as a speculation...

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. — 6 February 1910

I J r h r T 1 C f rfo1 f III I r Z co 1 J 11 1 I Ii n OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDENUTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 1910 I I II H r I ti I II II I r I R 1 f I 11 IIi Sr 1 Dress Goods and Silk Sale 411179L I r i Monday Morning Win Commence the Greatest Silk and i I i Dress Goods Sale In the History of the House r I t td I tf r f i i Silks Dress Goods 1 THOUSANDS OF PAIRS OF LADIES AND GENTS HOSE i i 150 36inch Chiffon Buick Taffeta now 100 50 cent Dress Goods assorted Spring colors 28 From 25c 60c L P to I r 1 60 cent Dress Goods assorted Spring colors 33 om c 0 a pair now vat 125 27inch Taffeta Colored now 95 65 cent Dress Goods assorted Spring colors tO I 75 cent Taffeta Colored now 59 y100 Dress Goods assorted Spring colors 52inch 65 1 I 125 Plaid Silks Assorted Colors now 696 80 cent Dress Goods assorted Spring colors A 100 Dress Goods assorted Spring colors 42inch GOr U a pair ALL OTHER SILKS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION AT 125 Dress Goods Plaids 82 SIMILAR REDUCTIONS 200 Fancy Dress Goods 56 inc...

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. — 6 February 1910

C > < T C I UTi 1r v l h c ft i 1t c y r J Z f ft T 7 If i rk i T CALL THE NEWS OF EVERYWHERE DELIVERED FRESH TO YOUR BREAKFAST TABLE DramatEcSec Editoria and Qfg ben Ionitn U ClExam net Pages to Twelve Nine And Successors to THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL r r VOL VII 37 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 6 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MCKTH I r I I IN THE WORLD OF AMUSEMENTS E H I 1 A 000000000000000 w 0 4 0 WEEKS ATTRACTIONS 0 0 0 o Orpl1eum Theater Refined 0 o vwrlolIle all week 0 0 o 0 OGDEN THEATER I r 0 C 0 Tonight Iallaras olin 0 0 slrels 0 0 lednesdaylVnh II Crane 0 0 Father and the nOfi 0 0 SaturdaBuJc Austin G 1 0 Top o th World ri 0 0 0 0 0 COO 0 0000OOO t L ORPHEUM ORTHOGRAPHS From the Chicago Daily News by f Amy Leslie on The Dell the Scr ant to tho Man to be presentod al f the Orphoum this week Gronvllle James whoso beautiful performance of the servant in Mc f Guiros timely sketch at tho Majestic f lies had a singular career vibrating i between politics and dramatic art Ho I was for...

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. — 6 February 1910

r r 1 L I i t i J < L V r 1 w 1 ti ti i > ii 10 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 6 1010 1 r 0 y i ° tea Z d I rest i Y llr N 1 i Lit f a r l r tt 4 r fir + r a r I i i Zr a I a I t B s I Bailey and Aithii As Jack in the Box and Candy Kid In THE TOP 0 TH WORLD At the Ogden Theatre Saturday February 12th STAGE GOSSIP Florence Roberts who Is now play ing on the coast under the manage ment of the Shuberts has a female press agent In one respect the lit tle passerby is unique in the annals of press agency The spectacle of a woman peddling copy about a theat rical star appealed to the rich sense of humor of the western editors Ac cordingly when the agent arrived In Seattle special writers hotel report ers society scribblers and the cholc ust of the stage men eagerly grabbed the assignment to Interview tho fe male tenderfoot After the crowd had assembled In the drawing room of be hotel the little press agent ad vanced and meekly murmured Really j Ihave nothing to aay...

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. — 6 February 1910

7i f 3 Tt 1 1r T rr I r 1 i r r v 1 r t t t t 1 I t f I I I 1 i 1 I t I I 1 t 1 1 I 1 i I < oi 1 s kt A CZ i J Itt 1 II I 010 1 I I I w Io c Jet f 1II II r c 1 r rv Rs r I 4 4 I I II r r1 f r 7tJ II U iI i S 1 eQo uX A LIFE STUDY Martha Grace graduated from cooking school this spring didnt she Mncoln YCB but shes going to take a post graduate course this summer Mnrthn Colas back to school eh Maeola No Shes going to marry a poor young man In June iI one Funny Drummer I 1 There was no doubt that n certain cou ple In the Pullman had Just been married end married for love but the Pittsburg drummer said tho matter really ought to be Investigated lie said there was so much crime going on that be felt It a duty to diminish It whenever and where ever he could The young bridegroom was therefore beckoned Into the smok ing compartment and the drummer said to hIm Mj dear sir you arc pissing for a bridegroom here but the question In the minds of o few of us Is Are you really married or arc yo...

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. — 6 February 1910

1a r t r Sy PAGE TWELVE < Egben Jilorntng Examiner SUNDAY FEBRUARY 61910 L OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR BERT R BOWMAN General Manager f CHARLES W MEIGHAN Managing Editor I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE daily and Sunday one mouth 65c Daily and Sunday J six months + 375 Daily and Sunday one year + 700 Sunday Examiner one year tOO Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former ns well as present address Subscriptions iu all cases arc payable in advance THE WEATHER FORECASTFor UtahFair today and tomorrow Full Associated Press Service Sovcn Days a Weak F W HENKEL Chicago Repr coentatlve Tribune Building i CAN YOU HELP THE UTAH NATIONAL GUARD I The announcement of General Wedgcwood that improvements yrcrc contemplated for 1910 in the National Guard of Utah recently prompted an editorial in this column urging general support of the organization Citizens generally should encourage the work of the excellent organization it is an institution prov...

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