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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 15 May 1910

J I I i > Y 4 1O OGDEN MORNING EZMIfl tt OtJDI1t UTAH SUNDAY MAY 15 1010 f SOME GREAt OPP1TLN1TES FOR LAND BUYERS IN UTAH j f J iThis is a < < Bargain I We have for sale an eight room modern frame house on ont of Ihe best residence streets in the city for sale at 3600 II has been of fered first at 4500 A month ago the owner had us advertise it at 4000 Now he has cut the price 10 per cent because he has rc moved from Ogden and wants to use the money elsewhere Part of the purchase prico can ptaud pfor two or three years I Kemembcr this property has a big lot fine stable lawn shade trees and is moderns HUNTER KENNEDY 211 First Xatl Bell Phone 115 I Bargains A lot 120 feet by 312 half block from street car South Washing ton splendid place for chickens no better in the City 600OO A fine modern brick house five rooms good barn lot 57x200 feel Right of way Located on South Washington Price 320000 The finest suburban home in I the county on ear line seven acres of laud Call at offi...

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. — 15 May 1910

11 g If < OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 15 1910 11 fr JEXAJ41tNE1R95flQ1EB1JILDEWSFAGE i J I r = f I1 < = I r rJ ifTJjIV 1i l < + 71 r I > r R Plft q Yrl U st iaF Jr I 1 J ABSTRACTOR B1ints for Prospective eJiiders Do You Want ce AnII I If your ice supply This is n great era of homebuilding in Ogdon Everybody seems to be realizing that the best home S tlmm e Q is a home they own and have built as they want it For the benefit of our readers who are considering gives out during the F1o 80 D Eioio building and are still undecided as to the style or price of home to build we are each week on this page hot weather youtH miss it more than if you t showing original attractive and practical illustrations of modern moderate priced homes that will t I i4 Abstlrac o f T iiHe offer helpful suggestions and give a fairly accura tc idea of what it will cost to build h ant started I Well deliver all season and the ice will BOliHille UIIHH Lkdlld be pure I 361 1fWe1ffiiYCl...

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. — 15 May 1910

I I 1 1Z S OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 15 1910 I = 1 EXAMINERS DOUBiE PAGE Of SPORTS If OGDfN RACE MEETING PROMISES BIG THINGS I More Than 200 Fast Thoroughbreds Already Here and Still Greater Number Will Take Part in the Races The coming mooting of the Wa Ratch Jockey club promises to bo the moat pretentious ono ever hold in qgden and with tho numerous new features to be introduced by the raanacement will no doubt eclipse all former meetings held hore Horses to the number of 200 arc I now Quartered hero and at Salt Lake I and with those on the way from Oak land and eastorn points will swell tho I list to nearly 300 among which are star performers from Juarez Jnck bouvllle and Pimllco Tho great num I ber of high class thoroughbreds I which will participate in tho numer ous cents insure racing such as IH seldom seen In tho west Starter Jo seph Webor hi expected within a few days Mr Weber while new to tho local racegoers is ono of tho best THREE COLLEGES IN BIGUTAHCON...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 15 May 1910

fI r fl 4 t c I S OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 16 1910 1 4 u h V j I 1 WRfSTlfRS IN CAME TODAY El ARE MAKiNG MUCH MONY I Hasbeens Cannot Draw Big Gate Money Mat i Game Likely to See a Big Change in Con 0 ditions in Next Half Decade 114J 4J k CHICAGO May J4EYOQ tlmo we I BCC new championship material wo in 11 etfnctlvcly think of the momctary side I for grappling or fighting or what evexr tho gamo may bo Now hero is Zbyeco He has basked In the warmth I of tho fiduciary sunshine of America Ho has garnered a vory fair little t harvest If he should win from Gotch 1 he would have years ahead of him in which to add to his store But If ho Doesnt As one Bill Shakcspeaio said Theres the Rub If Bill didnt j j say It somcbodj ciao did Whoever t the author was Zbysco will gather the full significance of the situation t When a professional athlete has gone his way he Isnt going to draw much more gate money Tho fans 1 looked upon him as very much dead Just because he Isnt burled c...

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. — 15 May 1910

I > 111 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 15 1910 14 1 t I THE AFfliCTION cycHj OF YOUTH H i i j It 1sa terrible thing to be afflicted i wlthypifth The peculiar thing about It is that those who have It seem per fcctly contented with It A friend of mine who suffered under this misfortune annexed a Responsible Position and bad a glorious time deal ing with folks ui a distance But when they came to see him und to worship before his shrlno they always showed great surprise and sometimes disappointment In self efcntU my friend had to consult a druggist who assisted by means of chemicals the growth of facial foliage Thus was the terrible trace of the dread disease of youth covered up Every little while some young man rushes in where angels fear to disobey the Keep Off the Grass sign and the world gasps with astonishment to learn that he has brains and knows how to uso his mental powers for the purposo of manufacturing ideas There was Hugh Chalmers for in I stance He started ...

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. — 15 May 1910

i J J > 01 < f h Y < < T t 7 i i I 1 e OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 15 1910 1 4 15 I li8SSlfied Ads = = = i I x Iii v 1 ii t w LT 4F c D k f r4 4wr 9 I i r e f The ADS THAT BRING RESULTS I HELP ANTEDfEMALE i t AKTEDExperlencel refined girl or woman for housework No laun dry work 2322 Jefferson WANTED young lady to keel books W S Donaldson Sons plumbers 413 23rd 1219 v ANTFDTwo young women for Ii entertainers in danco hall In Nevada Address A L caw Examiner E43 HELP WANTED MALE t r MEN or women 1 a day sure all > V year raising mushrooms In collars L v sheds boxes etc big market free f Illustrated booklet Hiram Barton f > Wcst JSllj btrwt Now York p FIRSTCUYSS solicitor salary to t right man Apply Monday a m 0 Utah Independent Telephone Co WANTED Young men to learn auto mobile business by mall and pro jtparo for positions an chauffeurs and repalr men We make you expert In ten Viocks assist you to secure posi tion Pay big work pleasant de mand for men...

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. — 15 May 1910

i r > 0 > 0 1 < 7 1 hG OODEN L MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 15 1910 1i iASlfD ONE QUESTION Washington May HWith ono question Attorney Brandols conclud od the crossexamination of H II Schwartz chief of the Hold service at tho BallinRerPlnohot investlgn tlon today Mr Schwartz then was excused to tbo great disappointment 01 tho spectators who had anticipat ed some Intorostlng classes between him and Mr Brandels Mr Branded quetstioim apparent I ly had behind It tho purpose oC show I ing that Secretary Bolllngors sub ordinates in tho absence of specific I InHtructtonB from their chief had pur sued a course In regard to the Alas linn coal olalniH that they believed would be pleasing to him i Washington May HCblef of Field DLvlBlon Schwartz as the man assuming all responsibility for every step taken by tho Interior depart mont In the Cunningham claims on the stand tho BalllngerPinchot In vestigation proceeded today Mr Schwartz succeeded Mr Balllnger as a witness yesterda...

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. — 22 May 1910

Y IT > Only 14 Day Left to Cast Youf Votes in The Examiners Great 4000 Popularity ContestCloses June 4th I Solcit EARLY their SHOPPERS bargains from 1f gbtn Roriitii f xamttttf And GET buy A her WIFE a home Examiner want ads to l > c g omtug Examiner want adR pave the in Hit1 rlay and shop ex i way for both Let the want II pod it ions and economically ad serve you i And Successors to THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL I VOL VIINO 140 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 22 1910 PRICE 65 OKNTS PER MCNTB H RET T fliGHT ACHIEVED BY BRAVE AVIATOR Count D Lesseps Duplicates Thrilling Feat Performed By Bleriot I f FRENCHMAN ES I t ENGLISH CHANNEL J Banks of Heavy Fog Increase Danger but Aeronaut Hangs on I Courageously I I I DOVER England May nFor the second time within a year the Eng lish channel wan crossed today by tn aeroplane and again the honor rests with France Count Jacques Do JLcs jjepB a grandson of the late Ferdinand I De Lcssepa the celebrated French en gineer driving a monoplane of the fcame mod...

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. — 22 May 1910

i < ff i > 0 j J OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 22 1910 C Two Weeks More Before Examiners Great Contest Closes I I Saturday June 4 is the Last Day on Which Votes will be ReceivedThe Great Special Offer Closes Next Saturday May 28 9 p m I I Dont Let This Grand Opportunity to t Obtain Extra Bonus Votes Pass With I out Putting Forth Great Effort Two Candidates Viii Win Brass Bed j and Princess Dressing Table EWhy Not You f 0 The Lowest Candidate on the List Could Start Now and With a Little Work Be a TopNoteher No Candi dad Has a Prize Cinched DOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0 I o RESTORED TO THE 0 ORIGINAL DISTRICT 0 0 0 O Miss Cassle Bybee has been 0 O transferred to District No 1 0 O by the management of the con g O test department She may now 0 O reside in District No 1 but at g 0 the beginning of the contest O O she was a resident of District 0 O No 1 and according to the 0 O rules of the contest no candl 0 O date can change from one dls 0 r 0 trict to another BO that the 0 0 c...

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. — 22 May 1910

c T > r r 7 t A I I r > OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 22 1910 3 n Si NO TAil F TO COMEI t rI I n Chicago May 1Thc theory that Halloys comot has lost Its old tall f which Is Kill floating In space In the eastern sky and is now generating iv A new one WilE advanced by tho Rev Daniel J McHughe professor of as tronomy at DePau university today Tho old tail was forced away from x the comet by the force of unusual electrical repulsion censed by the sun pots which were so prominent Wed nesday he thinks It is my opinion said Prof 3Ic Hugh that tho comet lost Its tall some time Wednesday night Theru arc records of its having done the same thing In 1R35 and it is also he r lieved that Its tall was lost in March of this year I believe there IB not the slightest chance of the earth com Ing In contact with the tall on this visit THIS CHURCH CLOSED The problem of the rural church presses upon every denomination Boarded up or feebly supported it sands on many hillsides and in ...

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. — 22 May 1910

< < i WVk > 11 0 < c i f < f > OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY so 1910 1 r OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR PRINTED BY THE UNION PRINTING COMPANY B R BOWMAN Business Manager CHARLES W MEIGHAN Managing Editor F W HENKEL 160 Michigan Ave Eastern Representative Chicago TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE Dally and Sunday one month 65c Dally and Sunday nix months 375 Dally and Sunday one year 700 Sunday Examiner ono year 200 Dally three months by mail 150 i Subscribers wishing address of t paper changed must give formor as well as present address Sub t scriptions in all cases are payable In advance I Full Associated Preoo Service I Seven Dayc a Week r I I I THE WEATHER FORECAST UTAH Fair today and tomorrow f ZIONITES DRUNI 7 I DISLIKE OiThN t i J1We aro the state of Utah i get down on your prayer bones and J admit it all ye humble deluded I residents of unfortunate Ogden 1 Spend your money to entertain us look whos here With this as the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 22 May 1910

< < i i Z < C Ir I T I OGDEN MORNING EXA > IINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 221910 5 r GOLDS AFFECT j t THE KIDNEYS V I k I fr i 5 3 i I Seq i c4 r r tt I Jt I f 1YrLtII > FAlARR1o OGDEN BRIEFS REMINDERS I Embrey Mlcolon Divine services atT C Emhrey mission Bennett block tonight Childrens Sunday school this afternoon at 2 Tho night service will be made Interesting by a Sunday school program Professor t J A Smith of tho Smithsonian Busi ness collego will deliver a religious address Good music i Our efforts on B G Butter arc for your benefit i On Health In Uta hTho monthly bulletin of the state board of health was Issued yeoterday It shows U23 deaths In the state from all causes with 17 deaths not reported from the previous month Of the 151 towns and districts reporting 101 report no deaths and 72 localities are entirely free from disease Scarlet fever 241 cases IS deaths smallpox 79 cases no deaths diphtheria 29 cases I deaths typhoid fever 15 cases C deaths whooping cough ...

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. — 22 May 1910

ti 1r j fly f i A r p 11 > v Y < i Jrlf n i 6 H OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 22 1910 Lands in Utah and Other States Taken From Entry f I > r WASHINGTON May 21 Tempor ary + withdrawals from the public do main for power sites wore made by Secretary Balllnger today of approxi mately 3I40 acres along the Johns Day river In Oregon 5547 acres along the Wind river In Wyoming S62Q acres along the Price river in Utah and 606 acres along the Blue river in Colorado Large tracts of land in Montana and New Mexico were desig t nated for settlement and the enlarged 1 homsestend act About 69130 acres in the former state wero placed within the terms of I that act and approximately CT3fiO j acres In the latter were so designated I ns not being susceptible of successful i Irrigation at a reasonable cos tfrom I I RECITAl HERE PLEASES MANY i I Delightful Program Rendered by Talented Artists at Weber r Academy i t The disappointment fell by the r patrons of the Weber Academy lec ...

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. — 22 May 1910

r T r c I i V C lft < ft T j i V 4 j IT I OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 22 1910 7 I 1 6 Engagement Extraordinaryl A Y ROBSON t To the Public The engagement of May Robson in The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary on I Monday and Tuesday evenings of next week will mark the close of the present I i the Ogden Theater with the season at ex ception of Mrs Fiske who comes later Miss Robson ranks with Skinner and Crane The company is from New York and ranks with the best I am anxious that such attractions receive the support they I deserve 1 WILLIAM ALLISON Manager SALT LAKE MAN I IS MUCH ALIVE Washington May 21Andrew J Staley of Salt Lake City has denied to the war department In emphatic he is I torros tho ofllclal record that dead Being very much alive Staley Is seeking legislation which will cor rect the war department claim that he long ago shuffled off this mortal coiL Senator Sutherland of U ah has prepared a bill designed to cor I rect the otliclal record which sets forth th...

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. — 22 May 1910

= r r > i r If If t 01 < 1 J l I fi v i < SUNDAY MAY 22M9jn 4Yorn Irbtn PAGE EIGHT t rr c i 1 jfljfl xam nuJ If f I JiI v > t sy t S > J r r DEEPEST MYSTERY IN DESERTION Of BABE r Tiny Infant Passed From Stranger to Boys and De livered to Grocer With Identity Con I cealed Police at Work 14 No small amount of excitement waG f occasioned last evening at the resl l denco and grocery of Thos W Head I 2903 Washington avenue over tho ar f rival of a bahy by messenger Tho i Infant was delivered In a telescope 1 grip by two boys who explained that A It had been given to thorn by a well t dressed man whom they met on Twen i tynlnth street The police are en deavoring to find the parents of the S deserted youngster who In about olht f days old but there is yet no clue > o h their identity r About 915 last evening two boys dropped in at tho grocery storo men R tinned and handed over a package 1 consisting of the lower portion of a i telescope grip covered with wrapping paper T...

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. — 22 May 1910

< t Ir P TV i y > I r t f I f IIO Theaters and Sports I QEgbtn JJflOVUUT QExatrtfrtttI h Pages 9 to 16 h F VOL VILNO 140 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAYMAY 22 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH r 1 r t S f Y Ir Iy It t I r 4 j t I e 7 I t 1 is I ii f I r1 4 pc I M p 4W I 1 i I 4 S I 1 4 1 IRENE OUTTRIM WITH THE ORPHEUM STOCK COMPANY Strong Bill Is Orpheum Offering I Whon the Orphourn was turned over for a stocl then tel for the summer months a promise was made by the t manngement that Ogdon theater oer Il would see nothing lint highclass pro lucttons which In other cities would f cost at least a dollar at popular prices and to date after two weeks In which they have given us Ari I zona and The Spoilers both good I shows and a real production but It Bcom that this week they arc going still one better and arc giving UP one I of tho most popular plays that ever had n run in a large city nnd wlilch j was also a moneymaker on the road I t > In the Bleeps Carriage Is what Is I < f termed a probl...

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. — 22 May 1910

C1tJtt 1 X i 4 r t r > > 1uTAH 4 0 II a qoDBN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN 2 UTAH SUNDAY MA Y2 1910 10 y r I r 1 f n 1 is y S SOMEGREAt PP UTUNItIE S FOR LAND n BUYERS IN UTAH I I I n < I I 4 fOii I I 1 19 i I rl H L p 1 d r 1 y j J I LL r 1 I i J INn trrv Yr Ct r t ful v i V Qtt r C Free t ri v Itrri y7tfi ctA I I 11 If 1 v 11 l to7 It t pr f I i Yon Must Live in I 1 Somebodys I I Home 1I I Vhv CT not > X livcrin < a home of your own when you can get the Weber Real Estate i Investment I Coto build youon easy terms a home like tIt lie above or another to just suit your taste I I f I i It is a fact worthy of note that be who will may now have a home Come and make your selection Weber Real Estate Investment Company Phone 570 Opposite New Post Office I NSW COMPANY IS TO u i BUilD MANY HOMES HERE 4 i Weber Real Estate and Investment Company Joins Local Field to Promote General Wel 2 > fare of Community > w The Weber Real Estate Invest I I ment company has been recently or...

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. — 22 May 1910

I OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 22 1910 U EXAMINER9S r i S IDY GEI A 1 ffABSTRACTOR ABSTRACTOR F 8 o DEVOTO Abstractor 01 Title Bonded and Licensed 361 Twentya ourth S The Westinghouse Electric iron Makes Ironing Pleasant Work It saves steps trouble temper and perspiration It makes the domestic contented because she can iron faster and better with less fatigue and have more time to herself It heats uniformly over the whole ironing surface and re mains hot during the entire ironing process One iron takes the place of several oldfashioned ones It is inexpensive and will last for several years The Kind We Guarantee SNIVEL HENDRY G W Snively Mgr Phones 731 2450 Washington Ave 1 H T SMITH C R COLE R HI BUTTS Compressed Air Vacuum House Cleaning Company l Clennfl everything in the house thoroly viihout removal and priceR arc as 7 rwasinablc as others Pianos and Ex Y 1 I 1 J1Jnrlyc RIIRS and Upholstered Furnl I S I lure a specially Satisfaction guarau r iced Try us and be co...

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. — 22 May 1910

i t rrr Xi < f y IL r sCc tl r ijf < t rt j I l 13 I k OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MAY 22 1910 y I EXAMINERS DOUBLE PAGEOF SPORTS FF MORf FAST HORSES I ARRIVE IN OGDEN I Baliinger and Beasley Stables Come and Many Local Favorites On GroundFast Work 2 outs Assure Speedy Track I 2 With tho arrival of the stables of Baliinger and Beasley Including Sea sick True Sif and the crack three I yearold Fusllecr Gene Landsbcrg I with six among which Is the good mare Maud Sigsbee I F Jeannettc j and throe the star being the local fa Ti vorltc Charlie Doherty J L Brown I v with Bellflowcr a frequent winner at Emeryville and C B Clow of Salt Lake with My Nurse a sprinter of no J moan ability Rather Royal a consist j ent winner In these parts Irish Mike fj a promising son of the celebrated 1 stallion Sain and Tavora one of the fastest of mares the number of run ncrfl iit tho fair grounds Is fast assutn I ing proportions that threaten to make stall room a scarcity i That the track...

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