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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 12 June 1910

I t t I o 1 G y OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 12 1910 OPEN LETTER TO RETAIL CURKS To the Retail Clerks and the Pub lie greeting As the clerks do not seem to take our communlcatloi oC Juno 3rd In the spirit In which It wns intended we will try again to etplnln our position As tho clerks are not contending for a shorter work day they have no argument which lC quires the endorsonient of any lnbor union Wo are with any labor organ Izatlou In a good cause but we d nt believe closing the stores at 7 oclock to be to the best interests or all con cerned which explains our position We are not trying to kick tho little baby when he Is down but rathe to help him along to keep him from wan dering ofT and getting himself In trou ble We take the stand that IInor ganlzed clerks In Ogden should not ask more than organized clerks ask elsewhere In the big cities partlc I ularly Denver San Francisco alll Oakland most oC the stores 1 teep open ono night In the week until 9 p m and close...

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. — 12 June 1910

r n i > r fi > rrr t x C c r i < 1 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 12 1910 7 Classified Ads r = u v = L Mi j L 1 j OT r d J t ret I j t NSULT J J OUILCLASSLEIEDCOUIMNS j The ADS THAT I BRING RESULTS 1 JIELP WANTED FEMALE YOUNG WOMEN Prepare for post omcc clerks bookkeepers stenog f I raphers and other government posi tions Salary GOO to 1200 Bureau I of Instruction 701 Rochester N Y WANTED Middleaged woman for light housekeeping must be good I cook good wages Apply Healy ho tel office I I CHAMBERMAID wanted 115 25th I street 1 I HELP ANTEDMALE r BOY ANIEDRoad Job Apply De pot ncws stand FGO ANYBODY can add SS to 30 weekly to their income growing mush rooms in cellars sheds boxes etc Big markol Free booklet Hiram Barton West 4Sth St New York MENLearn nutomoblIc business 1 Wages 25 weekly We teach by mall Make 10 weekly while learn ing Rochester Auto School 701 Rochester N Y A DISTRICT manager for Weber county can easily earn 400 per month must have 120 security...

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. — 12 June 1910

j 7 11III 7 r < i it j I I r gbtn 10rning xam ntr SUNDAY JUNE 12 19JO I PAGEElGHTy t < 4 P t XAMINRS SPECIAL rRllrs HAVE BEEN AWAROO MISS NETTLE RUSHTON TIE FOR MISS MYRTLE STONE AND CONTEST THE GREAT POPULARITY FIRST PLACE IN EACH TO RECEIVE A FIRST PRIZE endeavor After several days ot strenuous deavor on the pant of the circulation managers of the Examiner to seUlo beyond nil dispute the matter ot awarding the two special prizes of fered In the recent voting contest tho Examiner wishes to announce that in stead of awarding a first and a sec ond prize to the two young Indies who have practically tied for Drat honors It has been decided to present each of these conteGtants with a first prize i viz a 70 brass bed After a careful counting of the votes pertaining to the two weeks been found that special offer it has Miss Nettle Rushton and Miss Myrtle Stone have each turned in over 27 paid up yearly subscribers While one of the young ladles turned in three months more thnn tho ot...

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. — 12 June 1910

i U 7 > r fftl i t y 7r u C f 1 Tfaesters Society I < Egben flforn xamintt ng I Pages 9 12 J VOL VIINO 152 OGDEN p UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 12 1010 PRICE 05 CENTS PER MOT J r 1 A 1I l C r L L rr I I I I L4g STRONGHEART AT THE ORPHEUM The play of Stroncbcart tells the story of an Indian the son of n chief who lias been sent by hla people to the Columbia university to be edn cated Ho proves to be a very apt pupil in bIG studies and alsn develops into one of tho best athletes of the school StronKhoart as he Is called becomes the hero of the footall team and repeatedly leads the team to vic tory Ho falls In lovo with a beau tiful girl tho Bister of ono of his Bchoolmtttes and uhe in turn faila In love with him but her brother forbids S her to associate with Strongheart because he Is an Indian Hor brothcrs chum Is also madly in love with her and Is very envious of Strong heart On the day of the great I championship football game the sig nals of the Columbia team are niys terlouslv stolen b...

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. — 12 June 1910

y > C J J m5 I 1O OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 12 1910 I jm Reol slide News OBE u r ru26 d I OGDEN REAL ESTATE i A GOOD INVfSTMfNf WEBER REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENT COMPANY PRE SENTS A STRIKINGLY STRONG ARGU MENT ON VALUES S A small city increasing at the rate I of a thousand Inhabitants a cnran Increase of more than 60 per cent In ten years offers a splendid field for Investment Especially is this the case when the citys resources aro but lightly drawn on and when the growth has been absolutely natural Ogden may easily double its popula tion tho next ten years When a city of less than 30000 has sixty trains coming and going daily when It is the natural distributing center for hundreds of miles of territory when I It is in the heart of the choicest hor ticultural and agricultural section of the state when it has the greatest I manufacturing advantages of any city i within a radius of hundreds of miles I It Is about as certain to grow rapidly I I as time Is to go o...

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. — 12 June 1910

tq r1 pi Y t If 1 00 I 0 1 4 LTJVXVX1JL1U AJJkrXltXJLllJJXV UVTtSLJi > A VV 1 t II X A M Ii N E S l f f O M E 0 OD U I L IOl E Ii 1 E I Tt ITrI = H t < < h fl 1 r r 1 H nts f P r snotr VI B Iii ders THE satisfaction of having good plumbing is a lifetune satis ABSTPAC OD tL O U tC lt ij u tl U faction If yon are building a house you expert to enjoy it Good plumbing is the cheapest plumbing in the end Good plumbing and heating materials cost inoiun as does This is a great era of homebuilding in Ofcden Everybody scorns to be realizing that the best home reliable workmanship is a home they own and have built as they want it For the benefit of our readers who are considering F B DEVOTO Your special attention is directed to our large stock of Enameled e building and are still undecided as to the style orlprice of home to build we are each week on this page eled Ware Three lines The Southern Beauty The Standard showing original attractive and practical illustra tions of modern mod...

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. — 12 June 1910

f J si If I J I c v l i I q 5f r r tit + r Y1 c t 1 Y j y 9lel e L WlcC 9 i I ERIIAPS it was the dreary cry of the west PERHAPS the leafless trees that made the trouble Some say that the wind can wear on peoples nerves so that they cannot do the thing that they would The sun had risen into a troubled red sky and the light of the early morning lay yellow upon the faded hills that banked the hom cn to the south In front of the little unpainted house the Ground redbrown with dwarf oak and elm dropped sharply to the Souris River below that ran shallow over its sandy bed to join the Assiniboin in the long long march to the sea Inside of the little house a tired woman colorless as the faded hills and fields listlessly prepared the breakfast The wind was rising already and the trail before the door smoked with dust She looked wearily across the fields The harvest was over the summer was ended Bands of black plowing crossed the fields for the preparation for next years sowing had begun Yell...

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. — 19 June 1910

p pt C y S j 7 IA un 8 lfF i 1 j Prints nothing THE EXAMINER but tho cream j of 1 btn ffl f t f xamtncr Now TO Is ADVERTISERS tho tlmo to tako ad j parts the news of Press the gathered world by the from Associated all g n JIorntn g X 3mt I r vantage large has more subscription of than Tho doubted Hat Examiners within which 1 1 1 two months i r 1 > l te j i J And Successors to THE DAILY SjTATE JOURNAL > j i 1 9 1 r J 1 VOL VIINO 150 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 19 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MCNTB 1 d THOUSANUS Of COUNTRYMEN ACClAIM THEODORE ROOSEVELT Former President Receives a Welcome That for Dramatic Expectancy Exceeds j the Nations Welcomes Extended to Grant Dewey and Bryan With the Same Old Smile Me Greets Legions of Friends H at the Gang PlankMakes a Speech Re ° views a Great Parade and De 4 f parts for Oyster Bay 1 I NEW YORK June 1SThcollore Roosevelt set foot on home shore today for the first time in nearly fifteen months and received a rousing reception He bore with hlB usual ...

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. — 19 June 1910

u I d T 1 p OGDEN MORNING EXAMINZR GGDEN 2 0 SEALS c 0 N R 0 P T 0 A R R A y T E WE MAKE EM t fJ < 3 I QIJICK TOO f i I L H BECRAFT J COR GRANT AND 24TH f OGDEN UTAH f H1 1L A y oj Dont Be Disturbed by the fact that your suit Is sollod Dont discard It We can make It equal to new by our dry cleaning method You may have some other garments that aro as good as new but slightly soiled Well clean them thoroughly and return them as fresh and bright as they were the day you bought them OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY 00 Launderor Cleaners and Dyora 437 26th Street I Will GIVE 1000 IF I FAIL TO CURE ANY CANCER TUMOR 1 TREAT BEFORE IT POISONS DEEP GLANDS WITHOUT KNIFE OR PAIN HO PAY UNTIL CURED 5000 CURED SWORN TO NO XDAY i OR OTHER SWINDLE I AN ISLAND PLANT MAKES THE CURE ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE 0 Aa Tumor Lump cr Saro on tba Up iaco or Body G man the 15 CANOER They never pain until JUt etnfte 120PAGE BOOK SENT FREE ttitb tutimciUIi olln I drtd cored ftfter otkcn failed Virite ltd witito 36 > nrt euri...

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. — 19 June 1910

t Sr 1 r 9 1w rs4 77 r t k I OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 19 1910 I IS I I I MINING NEWS MINING STOCKS f START UPWARD Decided Improvement Noted in All Stocks on Salt Lake Exchange SALT LAKE June 18A decided Improvement In securities was shown on the local market this morning I With but few exceptions there was a reaction from tho slump that took hold of tho market this week Colo rado managed to climb a little higher and sold at 38 cents Iron Blossom regained tho ground lost yostordaj morning and was hack at S3 cents Lower Mammoth did not faro SIB well and sold as low as 30 cents Sioux f Consolidated also went up and soll at 19 cent which Is the highest this week Uncle Sam sold at 26 cents again today Tho present price 1 this security is the lowest It has at talned in years Nevada Hills continued its upward course and sold no high as 130 The stock could have been purchased a short time ago for close to GO cents TIntIc Central continues to hold out strong nnd sold at ...

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. — 19 June 1910

< C p C j d r I 1 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 19 1910 = b OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER II PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR PRINTED BY THE UNION PRINTING COMPANY B R BOWMAN Business Manager F W HENKEL 150 Michigan Ave Eastern Representative Chicago TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE flatly and Sunday one month 65c Daily and Sunday six months 3375 Dally and Sunday one year 700 Sunday Examiner ono year 200 Dally three months by mall 160 Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former as well as present address Sub scriptions In all cases payable to advance Full Associated Frees Service Seven Dayo a Veelf THE WEATHER FORECAST UTAHGenerallY fair Sunday and f Monday r RAISE THEm SALARIES Much comment has arisen lately over the Increasing of the salary of the patrolmen of Ogden City from x80 to 90 per month While city officials are unanimous in their views In granting the raise yet they say that tho finances of thQ city arc In such a condition that It cannot bo Ho...

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. — 19 June 1910

r < r d i f 1 0 1i l t 0 j V J I UTAi OGi3wN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 19 1910 5 1 = i r l jJL1 vAvwjyrrcaa f Opening oj liudsolltfvenlle I I Only 9 cwo More Weeks Left I i r r t r > CALL 7 AND LOOK AROUND AND YOU WILL BE SURPRISED ROW LOW j TITE PRICES ARE IF YOU ARE IN NEED OP A DIAMOND WATCH OR ANY i PIECE OF JEWELRY INT SOLID GOLD OR GOLD FULLED TOILET AND MANX i > CURE SETS IN STERLING SILVER AND PLATE CUT GLASS OR HAND j PAINTED CHINA wows YOUR TOIE TO BUY IP YOU HAVE NOT GOT TIIE I MONEY A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL SEC URE YOU ANY ARTICLE THE BAL ANCE CAN BE PAID MONTHLY I f i Smalley The Peoples jewelers 346 25th St IX r > u Jr l Va t OGDEN I BRIEF REMINDER Hats that sold for J 0 to 15 reduced I to 395 Cheaper hats reduced pro portionately Five Points millinery 23S Washington B G Buttor is a luxury that costs little Graduate of College Charles Bramwell son of G W Bramwell has graduated from tho Chicago College of Dental Surgery with high honors and has ope...

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. — 19 June 1910

t j r I I 1 F c f n OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 19 1910 I t MONAHANWALKER homo wedding dccur ervprctty p A very this afternoon of Ved on Thursday g atthe home of MraMoanhnn week v 919Twcutrsiath street whenMiss 449 lane Monahan and Mr Robert Wal ker were united In wedlock Rev John Edward Carver officiating The par lors were beautifully adorned with Juno roses whore in tho presence of near relatives the two wore united with file ring After the ceremony an elaborate wedding supper was served The young couple were the reclplonts t of many expensive presents Mr and Mrs Walker will make their t home in Ogden and after July 1 will i + bo at home at 2927 Hudson avenue J CLASS SOCIAL i S Friday night Miss DIsey Eggleston and her mother charnilnljly enter ji J tamed the Young Peoples Bible class rt i ot the First Methodist church at their f pretty home on Monroe avenue with r thirtyfive in attendance From S30 I U until 1030 the time was filled with i t4 vocal and instrument...

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. — 19 June 1910

vv r > fi p bc y 0 4 12 F s I OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 19 1910 l t ClassifIed Ads If i > < = i Y mlNr lr f t cj 1r I w I 1 r ojSC rflLfl 1yrrt i Lv Tf ° ted I p t 4 I iiLj n r OULCLss1fIED COLUMNS The ADS THAT 1 BRING RESULTS HELP ANTEDfEMALE MIDDLEAGED woman to do general housewoik on ranch Apply 90S 24th street FSG WANTED Young women for Post office Clerks Stenographers Boole keoperd and other Government posi t tions Salary 000 to 1200 Bureau II of Instruction 701 Rochester N Y YFSO FSO HELP WANTED MALE f f ANYBODYCan add S to 30 week t ly to their Income growing mush rooms in cellars sheds boxes etc Big market Free booklet Hiram Barton West IS street New York F90 ANTEDDno or two good mission workers who can play a stringed Instrument Man and wife preferred Address HeraldRepubllcan G 13 Salt Lako City F87 MENLearn Automobile business wages 25 weekly 10 while learn ing Wo teach by mall Rochester Auto School 701 Rochester N YFS2 A DISTRICT manager for W...

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. — 19 June 1910

f 7 11 I 1 J I 1 n PAGE EIGHT t I egbrn orn ng xam ntr l u L SUNDAY JUNE 19 mo 1 P I 1 < GRANTS DAYS AS fiGHT r PRUMOTER ARt OVER I SHERIFF JOSEPH C SHARP SAYS NO PRIZE FIGHTS WILL BE PERMITTED AT SALTAIRSAD BLOW TO p R ALEXANDER AND GANG Prize fights will not lio permitted I hi Salt Lake county oufcrtdo of tho In corporated clUes says Deacret News 1 This decision was reached by Sheriff Joseph C Sharp this morning when I he notified Promoter R Alexander Grant protege of County Attorney Top P Lyon that no more fights or boxing contests would be allowed at Satlair whether It was for ono round f or twenty When the announcement was made It sent a host of meal ticket prizo fighters scurrying to cover These pugs have Infested Salt f Lake City for several months and c particularly since the limit was talen off and 20 round slugging matches 1 vero allowed at Satlair by County t Attorney Lyon Tho promoters oC prize fights will not be nllawed to advertise fights and f the first effort that...

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. — 26 June 1910

d r 1 IP f PRESS FULL NEWS OTHER DISPATCHES ASSOCIATED FEATURES SPECIAL AND QI g btn Jf1onifti f xamtncr i I ADVERTISING STATE THE IN OF THE BEST UTAH MEDIUM l J I And Successors to THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL II VOL VIINO 166 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JIJNE2G1910 PBIOE 65 CENTS PEE MONTH L BANDITS MT A TRAGiC l END AFTER lUNG TW Shoot Down Shoe Manufacturer and Policeman and Get Away With 5000 Armed Posse l Pursues Capturing Highwaymen 1 LiNN Mass June 2Three ban dits armed with automatic magazine revolvers today shot and killed Thom 1 as A Landregan a shoo manufacture fatally wounded Police Officer L H Carroll and run away with a bag containing 55000 Policeman Carroll died shortly afterwards An hour I later one of tho bandits was dead from selfInflicted wound a second was in the hospital with five bullet wounds while the third was under arrest Abraham Lyons who was wandering through the woods was e shot In the thigh by one of the rob bers who mistook him for a pursuer All but seven dollars of...

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. — 26 June 1910

w K i0 U r > t jtf d Jf fl I I t f i r 1 c > r 7 t < 0 C i p i < r h g l 4 1 H 21 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 26 1910 A ec e FOR SUMMER 5 5 5 SKIN DISEASES smooth hoaltfcr skfJSare a rarity la Summer ITost persons aro an with piupb3S bans rashO or eruptions while others suffer moro bayed with p Eozema Acno Tottac Sail Shoura or sonic kindred kin verc1y Alla1dn fQ onseSM rom humors and ncids in tho circulation Cltseose cults through tho yrtcm doposits theso acids and 1Xto blood wit c yrton membrauouB flenh which llos just beneath the humors in tta Mnrftive I tine covering tho body Thin acrid matter causes outer sdnor L 7 1n1inmmation and tt d552 ° Which bwdlra through tho dolicato cuticle and Gkln diseases are the rttiult To cure any ddu troublo tho blood must Dofrood from on odds nndhumorJ and fclr1his purpOlO nothing equals This blood pnrl11er oa down Into tho circulation and S S S giat completely ramOV8C eVOtl patfc1o of 2mpur4tyLonr1ohos the blood an...

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. — 26 June 1910

f1III I I < > I iiI m > v I i OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 26 1910 r r < a I 1 IF YOUR PARASOL IS NOT WORTH 50c f BUY A NEW ONE If you appreciate fine work in the line of IS l UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS I I r ring up S7S Bell Will cull or Jean order at the Windsor I I Hotel 1 carry the finest of Domestic and Imported silk covers Special covers made to order to match your suits Here only a short time My work is my advertisement 1 ALFRED C BUERMAN 1 I i 1 KUHLMAN VAN SWEDEN I Among tho many popular young i people united In wedlock during the Ii rare June days of 1910 are P J Van Zwcden and Magdalene Kuhlinan I whose marriage was solemnized lu I Salt Lake temple Wednesday June I 22 Elder Anthon H Lund officiating I In the ceremony Following the wed ding ceremony a luncheon perfect in detail was served In honor of the bride and groom attho home of the grooms brother Carl Van Zweden 22C north West Temple street Mr I and Mrs Van Zweden wore accom panied by Miss Ed...

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. — 26 June 1910

J T 1If1 r < < h i I i > Jf rhi f iTi t rt iC c i 1 r JCi5 1 1 i 1 t f 4 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 26 1910 OGDEN MORNING I EXAMINER PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR PRINTED BY THE UNION PRINTING COMPANY B R BOWMAN Buolnesa Manager FW HENKEL 160 Michigan Ave Eastern Repreuentatlve Chicago TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE Daily and Sunday one month 65c Dally and Sunday six months 376 Dally and Sunday ono year 700 II Sunday Examiner ono year 200 Dally three months by mall 160 Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former as well ao present address Sub scrIptions In all cases are payable In advance Full Associated Press Service Seven Daye a Week THE WEATHER FORECAST I I1 UTAH Generally fair Sunday and i Monday SATURDAY EARLY CLOSING The Saturday early closing move I ment which has recently boon inau gnarated In Ogden ts becoming gen i eral throughout the country The largo as well aa tho small stores In cities of any size are adopting tho early...

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