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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 27 February 1910

C e < < r 1Ji C 1r 1 3 T nrqiSM I I Ii YESTERDAYSmMINER PRINTED 76 IMPORTANT STORIES 12 HOURS AHEAD OF ANY EVENING PAPER r WITHOUT PREJUDICE I I e btn ft1on n TCxamtncr THE POWER II xamttttr full en I news Associated The Examiner of Ogdon Proas and presents report Utah and a It all Is I g U Tumv310 of tho prcBa that 11 power Wel1 is wielded aa now editorially to In fur ad tho real paper of Northern Utah ther your bualncaa ambitions i And Successors to THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL I 70L VIINO 57 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS T > rT > MnWt1 I MR PINCHOT ON WITNESS STAND CONDEMNS L ACHILLES BALLINGER LflEPOSED CHIEF FORESTER TELLS HIS J STORY Of THE AlASKA lAND DIAlS I I SAYS FACTS PROVf HIS OPPONfNT UNFAITHFUl Forester Says Entrance of Glavis Proved Disastrous j to Work of Conservation Offering Sen I sational Statements to Prove I His Claim I f Washington Fob 2GWlth GIfford Pincliot on the witness stand tho BnlllngerPInchot Inquiry entered Its second phase toda...

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 February 1910

i a = J 4 Ia p J p i e i J i 1 I f l 2 OGDEN TORNINGEXArOGDELUTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 27 1910 GOSSIP OF THE wJP tL I I MACIS DOPE By W A McGARRY I Written for Tho Examiner Joftrlcs Is sold to like the adora I tion of tho proletariat like Carrlo Na tion likes whiskey but Ill bet a stogie hoB growling somo over tho bouquets being nailed on Wolgaot and Nelson almost to his Jeffries total eclipse Track sports arc being boosted runners are coining out of their win ter hibernating Jumpers are emulat ing the grasshopper and altogether I the first faint notices of the balmy air of spring aro awakening summer athletes In Provo and Salt Lake In Logan and Murray The question Is Swats smatter with Swebor Academy V Announcement that Battling Nol ton Is to exchange swats with Cy clone Johnny Thompson is causing quito a bit of comment Many sports think Thompson should have had thu first chance and would have now have been the champion had he got ten it It will bo Interesting to note what happens 1C ho...

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. — 27 February 1910

f r r 11 rl J F J r f JI > > t fl J f rr 1 j ij r 5 J 1 l t r n = I I c f > J S OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 27 1910 I fI I I I I I I MACHINISTS SOCIAL CLUB f An evening unalloyed e VE at spent In dancing on the splendid ta Joor of the Royal academy last Fri lay evening by about sevenlyfho to 0 ject couples of Ogdens younger so Ial set The occasion was tho second danc ng party of the senson given by the ilachinlBts Social cluub Admission t AVIS strictly by Invitation tho InUta Ions being limited to soicntyfivo making an almost Ideal crowd to en Joy the dancing to Its fullest measure The hall was prettily decorated tho color scheme being amber rod and white An Immense sign containing the words Machinists Social Club was hung from tho ceiling In the mid dle of the hall making a very ef fectlvo bit of decorating The cozy cornoro were attractively decorated as was also the punch booth ri where Browns delicious punch camo t In for a large same of attention T...

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. — 27 February 1910

I w L I r n 0 < m of 71 f I i I i j w 4 OGDEN MORNING EXAlVIINEl OGDEN UTAH nrn Aft FEBRUARY O7 10in D G We are not a TRUST but we TRUST I you on your promise WEARING APPAREL FOR LADIES MEN AND CHIL DREN CaJ3hor on CREDIT The Mercantile Installment Co 366 24th Street Harry Reinshriber Mgr OGDEN I J BRIEFS REMINDERS Dont miss the JoJc better yet Messrs Normandy and Stark of Og < en have completed arrangements for tho reopening of the Opera HOUKO Buffet at Evanston Wyoming about the middle of March Our Tco Cream IB always uniform J It will be good today the name tomor row The steady Increase of orders Is the boat test of its continued good ness Two stores WARDS both phones 279 I U S Inspected meats Charles Cafeteria Co Reports from the hospital arc to the effect that Ed Knodcr Jr of Evanston Wyoming who was op erated upon last Tuesday for ap ondicltls Is recovering from tho of < > of tho operation Womans 1tegyJolefine Of all articles of merit B G gutter Is the best Money t...

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. — 27 February 1910

l7 r f < JiIfI i i > Yi < 1 i i r t I lfi I 15 ft 1 < t t I H I I r I OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 27 1910 s II I H r ° BREWSTERS MILLIONS TO BE SEEN IN OGDEN I Royal racy has tho principal part j of Montgomery Brewster lIe Is fam iliarly known throughout the piny as t Monty He Inherits one million and Is left coven more liy a relative who Las boon estranged for many f years with the proviso that Monty r upend tho million loft by his other f relative within a year In legitimate channels Ho tries to carry out his f rlaria recrotly and some of hIs filondi 1 I think him crazy especially on money I matters A trip around the world I tl Is ono of the methods devised to get rId of the million and purchases of stocks thought likely lobe sure to I I go down Is another When stocks go s 1fI Monty has several bad hours but II lie finally gets rid of the first million i so thai ho can Inherit tho Son and Incidentally he wins the heart and 1 hand of the sweet Pegg...

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. — 27 February 1910

i r + r 1 + ThTJ V u s + 1 I Y r M f r r I l 1 I K s 6 OGDEN MORNING ESAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 27 1910 I 1111 PROMINH KENI ClY WOMAN I L < y Z I 1 I Sl 34 I I f MRS WILLIAM MOORE Mrs Moore Is n housewife of excel ont standing In the community where she resides Every ono acquainted with her knows her to bo a woman that can ho relied upon for voracity Just consider what she has said First she was suffering with ca tarrh so badly that her hearing was almost destroyed She was a misery to herself and her friends She had tried many physicians and medicines but none of them gave her any re lief She was completely discourag ed and considered that her health was gone Now this was her situa tion Then she says After using two or three bottles of Peruna I began to Improve She kept on taking Pe runa until hor hearing was perfectly restpred and her catarrh cured and she IK now enjoying the best of health Such a case as this ought to be heralded all over the United States There Is eve...

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. — 27 February 1910

i r4r 7 r7cr4s f c i1trr r f r oj jC 1mr 17 = I rr 1F7 T 1 u JGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 27 1910 I I i < L f C REAL STATE AND BUSINESS ACTIVIT 1 I J P i PROGRfSSIVf fiRM SS m GOOD SPfEOWAY PlAN I Hunter and Kennedy Believe Automobile Road From Ogden to Great I I Salt Lake Would Prove Profitable I Proposition Giving Reasons I I I III Wo have noted the movement started by the Real Cstnto association I and approved by tho Chamber of Com merce halng In view tho building of nn automobile road to the lake and I that Llltlc Mountain has been select II ed as the most desirable point on tho lJw from which to get a good view bay Hunter Kennedy We have 1 been over this route many times with team and our opinion would be that It would make an Ideal mad for auto moblllnp There are upward of 120 automobiles ownod In Wober County jo wo are told and tho matter of good roads Is ono of great Interest to every owner of a machine Tho route proposed would cross tho Twentyfourth ...

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. — 27 February 1910

= n i < S j 9 t C sf > r0 I I t j ftj 1 PAGE EIGHT j r vertf r p f c < g len rning Cxmnmer t SUNDAY FEBRUARY 27 1910 I I OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER 1 PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR y BERT R BOWMAN General Manager CHARLES W MEIGH AN Mannolng Editor TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE Daily and Sunday ono month 65c Daily and Sunday six months b 375 Daily and Sunday ono year 700 Sunday Examiner 2 > 0 ° one year Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former i as well as present address Subscriptions in all cases arc payable In advance THE WEATHER FORECAST air today and tomorrow Full Associated Press rviceSevcn Days a Went i t F W HENKEL Chicago Repr ccentatlve Tribune Building Womans Rights and The Boosting Game Somewhat amusing but nevertheless serious enough in view of the underlying principle involved to merit more than passing con Kiderrifion is a communication received by a local evening paper Edi torial comment explaining the nature of the unusual missive was...

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 March 1910

J T7 i r yC lf1 The c Examiner is the Only Newspaper in Ogden Printing the News It Plays No Favorites of tho press THE la POWER wielded In ad A WITHOUT PREJUDICE I vertising as well as editorially btn otuin fxamtntt The Examiner presents a full Utlllzo that power now to fur g otnlng Associated Press report and all ther your business ambitions news the real of Ogden and Utah It la Seek t paper of Northern Utah I danc And Successors to THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL L here i VOL VIINO 63 OGDEN UTAHSUNDAMAROH1D1O Soleft PRIOE 65 CENTS PER MONTH lLg itWo Wo io is 11 j 1e A E rII tt 1 th 1 11r U cei iT oIu 1it iitthO thO ab the IoT iter I 1 DELAYS TO OREGON SHORT I LiNE TAS mVf RiSE TO REPORTS Of DAMAGE First Through Trains Over Detoured Route Detained Many Hours and Fears Entertained for I Safety of Naw RoWe I Local Officers Learn Nothing Early Today But D1arc Trains Safe Returning Passengers Freed From Desert v Strongly Praise Southern Pacific l V I I Although word was received last night fro...

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 March 1910

+ A JI f i OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY rom 6 1910 v Z IW I I Lf EXAMINER SPORTING PAGE Uptodate and Reliable q c E ID z t In J mt f o MACKSS DOPE j By W A McGARRY Written for The Examiner J u Now comes a story that Salt Lake represented by Hardy Downing man ager of tho Manhattan Athletic club IB after aovcral of the STeaL Marathon Stars of tho country Including the ono time famous Johnny Hayes ono of tho principals the Olympic games dlEputo causing the severing of Ath lotlo relations with Great Britain fol lowing the affair of 190S Dorando and St Yves for the purpose of pull Ing off a marathon race in Sail Lake Hayes recently won a match on the coast thereby surprising n number of followers of tho cinder track Dor ando has been doing fairly well all along although his record Is replete with collapses between the twentieth and twenty Afth mile St Yves pro nounced Sant Ecvcs since his killing lu the first big 10000 marathon Taco held In New York city when ho lost to Hayes...

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. — 6 March 1910

> i m n z r ItC > j tr I t t i 1 iJj r I i i i > > i O < OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY IfiAUCE G 1910 3 L r 1 I SACRED HEART ACADEMY NOTES i ti The Fourth Preparatory Class Sta I grade gave a genuine surprise party i last Friday to the members of the faculty and the visiting class for I tunate enough to be present It was t unlike the form surprise parties usually take for the feast was an In lellnclual one In Imitation of their f 1 senior friends they had prepared a paper which they very Judiciously named The Beehive for they claim that they are keeping close to the < ground but the interested listeners Vj can prove that these busy little hoes flew high enough to taste the vector i of sweet verse as their honeyladen lines testify All members of the clasc had contributed papers but the ap 1 pointed renders were the Misses C Tyler Twin Falls Idaho Mary Lin I negar Wlnnoniucca Nov Bertha Hanson Pocatello Idaho nud La von Scott Odgen Utah Clever stories I b ...

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 March 1910

= A 1 f 1 r 4 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MABOH 6 1910 I r Your Credit is Good TIDE i EDOA TILE INSTAllMENT GO Harry Rcinshr her Mgr 366 24th Street OGDEN I 1 BRIEFS REMINDERS i The Livingston Case great detec tive story Joic DANCING 1 A Mlocal freight office clerks will give their first an nual ball Tuesday March S Royal J Dancing Academy Admission 100 per couple Will Speak Today District Attor ney Nr J Harris will be the principal I speaker at the conjoint meeting of I the Mutual Improvement associations at the Fourth ward meeting house tills evening A GOOD WIFE is she who makes her husbands Incomo cover tho most I good things Proper spending Is more I than earning If she saves on the grocery bills she has more with which 1 to buy carpets and furniture ft she Is wise she comes to us for no where else can she get so much for so little money Edgar Jones Co LABEL SAYS WARDS GOOD BREAD Money to loan on real estate Richey l Jamison 243S Wash are Lectures in Salt Lake Princ...

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 March 1910

+ yT = p < i 1 II 1 Oki OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER u OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 6 1910 5 I t l PASTORS WifE HAD SERIOUS CASE 1 OF WRBp ° ° OREO BV PERUcNA Pastor Himself Cured of Bad Case of Catarrh a All Other Effort Failedc Catarrh ana La Grippe J Rev Gco A E Troutman Mt s Washington Mo irrltcis Mywlfo and I are strong bellow ors in Poruna I j 1 N 1 i 1JL f r Jl r 1 tJl Pt I r a P P a 1 yryi h A G1 y 1 1 ll l y i3 r s Y rm r > h3 I was cured of a bad case of catarrh when nothing else that I tried had j any effect My wife was curod from a severe case of la grippe and we t feel that the least wo can do is to gratefully acknowledge tho merit of Poruna My wife joins me In sending best wishes for your success Throat Trouble Rev H W Taw D20 Lincoln Ave I nue Walnut Hills Cincinnati Ohio writes For several years I have I ENTERTAINED THE S S CLUB Mrs Carl AlUsoiucntcrlained tho S S club at her h meat D23 Twen tythird street Tuesday afternoon The afternoon waa pleasantly spent in playing hi...

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 March 1910

I I 7 d II JJI t tS fi r I G OGDFN MORNING EXAMINES OGDEN UTAH CUITDAY MAT mr R inin I CHARGE DEACON WITH GRIMfS F Factional Fight Said to Have Provoked Attempt to I Murder Isowprk N J Mar 5 A warrifnl sworn out tonight for Henry flellolab a Deacon of the Manhattan Gcrnan Prosbj icrlnn church at Irvlagton a suburb of Newark charged him with all attempt 10 poison the Rev Fred crick E Vogelln pastor of tbxi church The police are looking for TlelliUab On tho mornlnp of February 2 > when Mrs Vogeliu picked up ho breakfast rolls from thc front porch she said to her husband It must have been very cold as the rolls are covered with I frost Before her husband could warn her she hIt Into ono cJ them and Immediately Became dcatjhly sick An analysis showed tho supposed frost to be powdered arsenic There had been a factional fight in tho Manhattan Pnrk chtu ch In which Deacon Rellstnb took fades against his pastor I CARUSO SCORNS DARK EATS Famous Tenor With Kis Bopgun Is Not Afraid of I Blac...

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 March 1910

10 tar I T Yf t I OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 6 1910 7 pn r d 1 < I J i = A TA PSYCHOLOGICAL MOMENT I i I i I The Baron 00 Inaugurates a Great I J k = E = i 1 I 1 1 I I I Ct1rW S t tit 7 i i I 01 Mens Clothing Furnishlngs Hals and Shoes Han 1 4 WE CHALLENGE THE WORLD We defy any firm in the Mens Clothing and Furnishing business to I I equal the prices we offer here because we want it clearly understood that at all times we can and do undersell all competitors is one reason for the inauguration of this GREAT CHALLENGE SALE Because we want to thoroughly f 1 t oughly impress upon the publIc mind that no matter under what circumstances other firms are selling their goods j they cannot undersell the Baron Company Thats another reason and a mighty good reason it is We want i I I everybody to compare prices and quality If you will do this we will get your business + EVERY MAN i = RI AT = ST SA L 1 = 0 F AL L OGDENS 4 1 ENOUGH LUCKY THI G L L L IMPORTANT MOST I 4 TO CL...

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 March 1910

r = g f t 6s OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 6 1910 Jr rijl I JUST RECEIVED A LINEOF SAMPLE SKIRT AIW These wo offer tomorrow at priccs wnyunder the regular values They are the famous Wooltex make Come and make an early selection Prices 750 to 1650 NEW SPRING SUITS BY EXPRESS WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM Tomorrow will be a good time The styles aro beautiful the fabrics good Prices range from 82250 to 3500 SPRING SILKS and SUTINGS I y Pongees Diagonals and new fancy checks etc The stock was never more complete or attractive Give us a look it will do your eyes good t Petticoats New Ging Cheap 7 hams Black and Suitable far Colored L Spring iQ bLi Goods worlh Dresses for up to 273 1q 9 d 10 Children nt I for 19 ue I 10 r JIA ij Aff ji I MINING NEWS FIRMER MARKET flUCTUATING Session Closes Week With Better Figures Though Not Steady Salt Lake March iiSlock prices held firm this morning on the clos ing sesslpn of the exchange for tho week A slight fluctuation occurred In Sioux Co...

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 March 1910

7 Y a 1 7 wa The Examiner is the Only Newspaper in Ogden Printing the News It Plays No F vor ea 1 I r I If Editorial aJrrsd = JJ r7 sprtP1 L Ulv n r 0 r 11fi t I txanitntr Page to Twelve lT n 1 J Dramatic Sec r r v1i l w i 1 at And Successors to THE DASJLY STATE JOURNAL I 1 VOL VIINO 63 i OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH G 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH I 1 i Aiss M3Jgi TUi lI aDlni l Scores Sml t a a e efi IDhj4 labs By Alonzo West U411 The Ogden Tabernacle last Thurs I Ilurgt day evening wns the scene of the larg est and most brilliant asacmplnge ot the season Tho occasion was the appearance of rr Miss Maggie Tout in recital and so c city wns out In force to bid her wel a come After the rendition of God Is Our Refuge by the Ogden Tabernacle c choir Miss Tout was introduced by Apostle David OMcKnv As she made her appearance tastc I D fully gowned In a Prlncesse sown of pale blue satin with a yoke of Yacht gold and sleeps of real lace made by I Worth of Paris she was given a wel eel come whic...

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 March 1910

F f 4 J r y t w u I I 10 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 6 1910 I REAL EST A TEAND BUSINESS ACTIVITY l l BUSINESS RADIATING BENCH PROPERTY LEADS Better Weather Brings Industrial and Commercial Activity and With t1 it Prosperity to Ogden Interests Business Outlook The arrival of spring and the im provement of tho weather the last few days is causing work to open P in all departments In Ogden The railroads are putting to work a great many men in making extensive im provements In the yards and the erec tion of the necessary buildings and shops to operate their business In Ogden The railroad traffic of this city Is Increasing by leaps and bounds and It becomes more appar ent each day that larger facilities will bo required to successfully han dle the business The farmers and horticulturists are busy potting ready for a record year in their departments as tho usual amount of snow In the mountain as I sures u banner year to the farmer and the fruit grower I The building out...

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 March 1910

z = q I > I j = > j1f 1 rrW rF J j < r OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 6 3 1910 11 t r TIlE UTAH UNITED NATIONAL STATES DEPOSITORY BAN OF OGDEN 4 J E Dooly President n Horace E Peery Vlco president Ralph E Hong Canhler II HfcOlrf J Peery Vlco Prenldent A V Molntoch Acst Cashier I Interest Paid on Savings Accounts and Time Deposits MULLER Decorating Wall Paper Coo Decorative Painters end Paper Hangers I Painting in nil its branches Dealers in Plain and Art Wall paper Paints Stains Varn ishes Etc Etc Prices tho Lowest We give a 5 per cent premium in firstclass Jewelry or Art Pictures of your choice 20 per cent on Wallpapers Store 2582 Washington ave Both Phones I V1 TO CARRY LUMBER that will picaao oil customnra and moot all demands Is no small under taking ITS HARD TO FIND a stock ot Lumber and Dunning Ma terial that will come nearer mooting all demands than what tro have to offer Dont make a purchase until you have obtained our eotlmato We ton save you money ...

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 March 1910

p < 1 < t U J i > I PAGE TWELVE gben j 10rniIrg fxanlirltf SUNDAY MARCH 6 19JQ I u OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR B R BOWMAN GENERAL MANAGKU CHARLES W MEIGHAN MANAGING EDITOR F W HENKEL Tribune Building Chicago IN Eastern Representative TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE Daily and Sunday one month 65c Daily and Sunday six months w37b 700 Daily and Sunday one year Sunday Examiner one year 209 Daily Examiner by mail three months in advance 130 Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former as well as present address Subscriptions in nil cases are payable in advance Full Associated Press Service Seven Days a Weak THE WEATHER FORECAST UTAH Partly cloudy and colder Sun day Monday fair colder 1I REVOLT AGAINST OGDEN I TAX INJUSTICE GROWS I Unlil oily county and state authorities unite in an effort to bring about more equal assessment of property in Ogden the t big city debt will stand Equalization is the only salvation of thC j small property ...

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