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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 31 January 1909

A v I If 1 I 11 i f zif J l7 > J 1l rJ 1 p o c 1 i 1 7 w o c ii i T > i I S FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES I i 4 r f FOISCAST N S I ST f Do AdvertisersKnow I S f UTAH LEATHER u t I I That Examiner i j TM MORNN6 FXAMINRJ I Advertisements Bring V I THE WEATHER ART WILL TUl S Results Try It L PARTLY NIGHT OR CLOUDY MONDAY RAINT Li 5 AND OGDEN STANDARD S S I Ii VOL VINO 3J OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 31 1909TWENTY PAGES T PRICE FlVE ciNTS fAREWEll TO PRESIDENT AND VICE I PRESIDENT A T GRID RON CLUB 1 Guests of Honor Were Butt of Many Jokes and Skits Temperance Movement S Showed Fffect on Club Souvenirs Yere 11 = 2 = 0 Illustrated Almanacs Published by Gridiron Water Wagon Press Forecasts Extended Only Jo Fourth of March No Telling What Will S Happen After That Washington Jan 30 Farewell1 to President Roosevelt and VIco1 Presi dent Fairbanks In their official cap cllrwas sall to them tonlght by the famous Gridiron club of Washington S newspapermen The occasion was the ...

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. — 31 January 1909

11 4 I 7 I THE MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 31 1909 a 2 2J p U ge = = s < = P OCIETY C r Jl r I I Miss Frances Joyce and Miss Kttty Fitzgerald lest Friday for Washington D C to attend Clio inaugural cere monies Mr and Mrs A W Meek announce tho engagement of their daughter Groco Muriel to j Ir Everett T Good ell tho marriage to take place WH > latter part of ner month Miss Mary Haclcy entertained the members of her sewing club on Wed nesday afternoon After tho usual time spont at seeing luncheon was served tho tablo bring decorated witn violets and carnations A row musi cal numbers were liven by tho guests and the club adjourned to meet In two weeks with Miss Lillian Brooks TEb pupils of tho midyear graduat ing class of tho Deo school were tho guests of honor at an evening affair given by the pupils of the B eighth grade at tho homo of Miss Florenco Hoove on Thursday evening Tho ao coratlons wore carried out In white and blue the class colors Games and music wero ...

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. — 31 January 1909

< IL i lw c 7 C 1 a i 1 c i Y 1 I < 1 t i THE iurvT > TTTTn P V ATVTTNPT > TTTATT A 7 MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY Q1 tnnn N For 1909 I I We have made a large addition of 1111 beautiful designs In various useful V articles They must be seen to be appreciated I We are using every precaution in I picking out our spring line and can I assure you what Is newest and 1 bsL slAs T As urual we will show the new I things and show them first I I 11 We ask you to lookNo obliga Iii tion to buy CRESCENT r JEWCO J S ZELLER ITS A SIGN YOU NEED US tho 2 l o 3lh BllO when your suits or overcoats get out f80 in of shape or carry grease or other spots l to Send them to us to be made as good osh ns new again The spots aro taken oil 1 out In short order and the garments pressed Into their original shape LI 0 which they will retain for a consider able time You can save half of your Po e clothing bill by letting us keep your 0 wardrobe In proper condition tho OGDEN STEAM LA t DRY...

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. — 31 January 1909

d J r JANUARY 311909 00 T THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAX JANTJARY 4 TUii LXAMINEI Published Every Day in the Year by The Standard Publishing Com pany Entered as secondclass matter at the Postofflce Ogden Utahi under Act of Congress Communications to this paper arc limited to 200 words SUBSCRIPTION RATES Delivered by Carrier In Ogden City Including Sunday Morn Ing Examiner in advance 60c At end of month 75c Single copies 5 ° BY MAL IN ADVANCE Tho Examiner Is sent by mall outside of Ogden per year 5600 At leust quarterly In advance 150 FEARLESS and INDEPENDENT Tho Examiner Is a strictly Inde pendent newspaper It gives all sides an equal show Tho Examiner nas no s an no enemies to punish It will give the news unbiased and un prejudiced Communication will bo lecelved on all subjects presented In ro opectful language from lruovn Indi viduals but the true name must ni published In full All loiters and communications signed by nooi do plumes or uuumed namou will oc thrown in tho wa...

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. — 31 January 1909

I I ft i j I L q I i r TY 1 r J i f i I f I m > < r 0 f j I r THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 31 1909 i 1i Rough Weather f Causes chapped hands and rough sldn Use our ALMOND r CREAM r l And your skin will nlwajs be FOrt and white 25c A BOTTLE OJ WWWW a BADCONS PHARMACY A R MciNTYRE POSTOFFICE STATION NO2 I B REVST s I Rev DOnnellsonRev Goo M Don nelson D D of Denver was a guest of Rov Caner Friday Dr Douucll Boa addressed a meeting of the so cieties of the Presbyterian church Frl daj afternoon Storms Delay TrainsSnow sever ely cold weather and blizzards are de laying Union Pacific train service In Nebraska and eastern Wyoming and westbound passenger trains duo at Ogden are from two to six seven and eight hours late The trouble Is on the Nebraska and Wyoming divisions en tirely and no delays are experienced on the Utah division west ot Rawlins Snow plows have been to work In N braska and Wyoming during tho past twentyfour hours and every ef fort possible Is being...

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. — 31 January 1909

tE v j i i 1 7 Jr 0 0 ff 1 i i l i J I THE IYORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 31 1909 ff I t 555 i CURES RllEM Rheumatism pointing out its causes i This is just a short talk on fail to find a cure for this why so many and some of the reasons painful and often farreaching trouble and discouraging than Rheu persistent No other disease is more blood this painful ailment has taken matiSm Those persons in whose and sometimes conclude there IS no root often grow disheartened have 1 blistered and rubbed their aching Patiently they permanent cure faithfully taken joints liniments oils etc and pot Joints and muscles with ushand other miner I al salts only to find when the treatment FROM MUSCULAR RJIEUMATISlIf is left off the disease A GREAT SUFFERER 1I0Jldnvme Ky with Jllew1 I ante Sto tell you 01 the returns and usually ienUemel tia dtactd frO1 the tUO of S B B with increased severity wonl1ertll cure Io pe I tottered C ra At1nc Jllline In 11tahe tworur For user using IInl MwcuW meu...

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. — 31 January 1909

Ii k L I J TAf < c I v < f r t t < r l I M THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 31 1909 7 I p OgdenBusiness Directory y Advertisements In this column cost 75c per line per month payable In arr vance Alu2 ZtuA Bcll333 ITA Tick tumorpow but Caoh tuday A 1000 od things In a 1000 nu ways Nearly like finding em Ubot It pays 27AFrultfarm N Ogden 5000Horfie RestboothosSmok stuck Pc an u l wagon I ABSTRAOTORS 1 i The D W Ellis Abstract Company Inc Llconoed and Bonded Abstractors of Title to any land In Weber coun ty Offico undor First Nafl iJank AROHTTECTS G A Graves tho architect has moved to rooms 3S and 39 Lewis Blk ATTORNEYSATLAW A Q HORN lAltorneyatLaw Offices ovtr Badconu Drug store I sock the buslnoso of all parties am attorney against all corporations and jonopallca Pre pared to transact any and all kinds of legal business E T HULANISKI AttorncyatLw Rooms 407408 First National Bank building General practice 8 T CORN AttorncyatLaw 207203 Firct NatL Bank BMg S JOSEP...

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. — 31 January 1909

ltL I I L J < j tf xs Ilr I > i trrAH SUNDAY JANUARY 31 1909 THE MNG EXAMINER bGDEN I A I 1 o U l H + + HH + HHHH + tJh + HHHHoJ t + + H + + H + H + oJ t JUST LIKE 10ME New Electric Theatre I r laat cljance to see The Welcome Burglar ± thc t Tonight i t Keep your on next weeks bill + Y this evening 6 m p open at I of i + HHt HH + HH + + + HHH + l 1 I UTAUNA TREATER I VWWWWVw i MOORE AND ETHIER Proprietors Beginning SUNDAY JAN 31 I THE MOORE STOCK COMPANY In the beautiful military drama The Red Cross Nurse WITH THE PRIZE MATINEE FOR SATURDAY 1 ADMISSION c10c 20c and 30o I Ordor seats in advance Both Phones THE ELEPHANT BAR v We carry tho finest ot Domestic and Imported Wines Liquors and Cigars In the city Our Eorvlco is tho Best 7 J F SMITII CO PROPRIETORS Snively flendry Electric Supplies Estimates Furnished Ail work guaranteed We sol icit your patronage I Phone 731 Bell 2450 Wash Ave I Western foundry S and Machine Co Near Cor 23rd and Lincoln Ave John PIngree Prest R B Porte...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 31 January 1909

a a 1 1 iL L L I J > r Jft 11 3 ll r j > J 10 > rJWiC I i 2 PartTwo THE MORMNG EXAMINER L Pages 9 to 16 I I VOL VINO 31 T OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 31 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS II Jur > r ff irifii M > r1 11 > w o 1 I i GRAND < I I 1 KfM T r MONDAY NIGHT BABES IN TOYLAND r l THURSDAY NIGHT THE RED MILL t I t I I I r BABES IN TOYLAND x AT THE GRAND MONDAY NIGHT I i THE RED MILL AT THE GRAND THURSDAY NIGHT I I I Ld BABES IN TOYLAND MONDAY Babes In Toylnnd by Glen Mac Donough and Victor Herberts muni enl exlra aganza which was the QUO of New York Chicago and lga top having had a run of 250 nights nt xho Majestic Theater Now York lbw nights In Chicago and11 equnI1 lengthy run In Boston will be me j cuteti al the Grand Monday night Unquestionably Babes In To > lnnd will ho the event of the dramatic MR iOn Vn Ogden ab It has boon in ullUto cities of both the North and St1tl 1jt whet Humlin and Mitchell have pro iInt n this nniblcnl comc r of Inlorni UonM f...

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. — 31 January 1909

II w R THE SUNDAY ANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 31 1909 I aJ iasewa aett + 4 sset = = W rqw r I L4 II Olga Nethersole s Play Attacks Famous Church i r I iwvvtvv Vrtviw t WI60SA4NM1LNSRrN VLld1 > w VdY 1NVLtAb 1tVLb 4 v AYO1Ai 14iS V VSVP1tiVG + v I L r I he Writing on the Wall a Daring Innovation In Drama Bernsiein Aims to Succeed the 4J f I Late VicrtoHen Sardou as Leading French Tlaytoright I t < t From Our Now York Dramatic Correspondent 1 spondent JB WRITING ON THE WALL tho now drama in THE 7 which Olga Nether olo Is appearing on tour Is creat ing a sensation of no small proportion owing to the startling attack which It makes on Trinity church of Now York city Trinity is tho wealthiest church In tho country If not in tho world It has been subjected to attack of late In magazines and newspapers owing to the condition of much of the property tho corporation owns In Now York city Miss Nethersolos play professes to roveal the Inside workings of the great religious corporati...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 31 January 1909

liS r 1 G I ji I > h L j > i > > Fl m 1 i J 1 1 y + n LJohe X v i ks V tr s 1Jg Ow Oliver t r 1t p t y V ws ld oo r4 dHAD come off the dogwatch about an hour as I reckon and was sleeping hard when we struck upon the reef The jerk pitched me out of my bunk and I lost my bearings and couldnt think s where I was till I heard Tom Hands swearing It was generally a few words and a lot of I swears with Tom but this time it was no words and all swearing and I sat up on the floor and f laughed at him Must have struck a whale J said Whale roared Tom The cargos shifted Thats what it is and well be working double shifts till its right We scrambled into our clothes and ran on deck s where the first mate told us off to get out a boat for r the passengers We had about a boatload aboard though we were mostly cargo Tom and I climbed into the cutter on the starboard beam but as soon r as we were in her the ship gave a lurch We hung rt further and further over the water and I saw the deck ...

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. — 31 January 1909

1 iH L ti 9 11 J2 THE MORNING EX4MINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 3l 1909 f 1 > I 0 j I I I BY 4RHIlIRFlEltllY 1EY v ZJ1x4 vDAP EmY tCXJImdHYJ CHAPTER XX Continued I looked up speechless Robinson Locke met my startled glanco with cool contempt That you saved my lifeT repeated Helena In wonder I I Have I robbM my gallant countryman Miss Brett = man of your gratitude he demanded carelessly Then It was you who rushed down the stairway I stammered my face hot with shame J yes air ho said sternly It wan I It Is not a ploasant duty to expose I the cowardice of an acquaintance Miss Brett I could have forgiven him his terror But that ho should mas querade as a hero whllo I was vainly attempting to pursue the blackguard who tried to murder youthat la a little too much I I confronted him my hands clench I ed 5n my rage But I did not speak A defense was Impossible I stared at him In silence i I am afraid he sneered that you are rather fond of wearing the lions akin I believe I had an appoint...

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. — 31 January 1909

UI J l I A 1 7 Ir 1 r li > l rj F p U i ij TJXE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 31 1909 i 7 i < L Ttullnn ConnMcn and Sicily the Inland Kingdom Where flnnlcc I FIre and Flood Hnyc VVrmiKht I the Greatest Cudixtroiilic of Modern IIInlor > Tho ClUe TonPl VlIliicrcN and AVholo Scodnii Which Were Vlrtuullj Vlpcd Out HE country which today and must CUE months continue to be of con slant Interest to nil the world Is that section of tho fair ItAllnn southern country nnd thnt Island of historic memo ries Sicily which were Involved In the Titanic grasp of the cnrthqunke of De cember 27 and 28 Americans are disposed to look on thin land as of slight Importance and noted mostly tor poverty nnd Its crop of eml gmnts to this more fivorcd land of the West yet Calabria In the toe of the Hallnp peninsular and Sicily have figured largely on the pages of Cnropcan history Poetry and prose literature have rung with Its praises Perhaps no section of the earth com bIne fertilit...

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. — 31 January 1909

It1 Lu c I1 > 4f i t J ir > > J j r i J4 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 31 1909 I t It Continued from Page Twelve I i BY J4R711lRTlEM2Y ry AX6 w APCLmN S V1 CHARTER XXIContlnued pf Bah dont mention that word to tno again I am sick of your hypocrisy i You dont deceive mo let me toll you I Your plea of cowardice Is a convenient subterfuge Every fact points to your J1II I being In Jeague with these adven turers A coward wouldnt havo taken I the risks you have taken You saw tho man hiding In tho stairway you I saw him about to fire on a helpless girl and you raided no hand Am I talking plainly enough I looked Into Lockes eyes glaring with rage and contempt and I laughed aloud It was actually a relief to have jny weakness exalted to tho piano of deliberate villainy Laugh my friend but I am not to be deceived by a laugh And now that I stand abased in my H naked deviltry I give you flvo minutes to make a i full and compjeto confession It at the end of five minutes ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 31 January 1909

r L A < ty 4 + 1 < T e > f mj 1 Sr 1 > THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGrDEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 31 1909 J f r I ENININFUANC c THINC INTERE T ii I > tavJOrv1 D a 1 r Being Dressed Up l on1 I jq UNNY tho difference that being le If dressed up means to women of all rI grades from the wasblady to the fie lady of extreme fashion Walk on tho principal street of any city on a ebop t pine dart and no matter whnt Dame rasalon may demand you will find nn 0 many different styles of being dressed ip op as you will find women To tho L clothes of tho average man there la n certain sameness certain formal lines u > of cot and makeup but with women 11 Is different q Hats arc now as diversified In shape d and trimming and size as they ever were bat girls of all classes from Miss flight There to the buxom young Miss Scrub cling tenaciously to tho large florid va I riety with the largo and brilliant plum ego and tho oceans of trimmings 4 No mailer how ridiculous the balance of n girls ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 31 January 1909

11 L 1 i r OF fo + 1 4 i f THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN d UTAH SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 31 1909 l t i r r y 1 r f P 1 if J y r Jt fir fit r 1 I LPL k 1 I p v 1 vy l M1 Jjfl sy ifI < w t r te l I < 1VV J I Y Ii iW < fr t j Y iZ P wy t7 I > iY f N < t W < 4 Oy 4LSf 1rf 1 p 1 J v IJ J r ttl t u < < f r t ry tI s rwlm 4 m 7 < r < 1 1w rij i J h < < I 1 m l 1 < 1f1H l w 7 < rw i N I The Evening Wrap Will Not Do for Day Wear A i Sombre Outside but the Lining As Gay As You I Please The Fascinating Lace Coat I With each recurring season greater mngnlilccnco of raiment Is called for r Once the useful winter cont with Its accompanying furs served nil through a l Reason UB a suUlclcnt covering for any oc cnelon except when full evening dress 1 I teas called for Vow wo have changed nil thntor nt I least Paris our arbiter hns The bandy winter coat Is no more There must I be beside tho essential tailored suit and II rough topcoat for stormy weather a sumptuous...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 31 January 1909

I r 1 I = i C J iwL > b 0 if I 7 M C t T f ff1 I i t W H = 1 r cn > II + OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY d MAJOR OZONE WOW FORT

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 31 January 1909

T1JL < r 4 I 1 i J I 1 I L = t 1 r 5L It I 3 j r 1 I I I i I I II 1V I iJ I SOME TIMELY SUGGESTIONS FOR FURNITURE r S f + ar 1 I is i 1ODD i Y n f Y 4 i I Ii Worth Knowing Tf many of the books look uliabby In tho xookcaeo cover thorn witH tnn molro popirr1 I They can bo marked on tho bad wltu In I dJa ink APPlo stain on the hands eat bo rev moved by fubblntf thorn with 1116 lhido of I tho applo pool fir with a lltlo Ulnoh julco 3UnM In clfic yaloI Cups And jug oftalt show ft want of olrlct I rflb 1l3J enollp 1a1 Binllncit about illo tiuhulfts ThinIs caollr trovaKt9d by nn occfiBbllttl ecru IIIIU wlt email wcll oftjieilbrUili fI1II JTevtr placd a goad place of furlllturo very > er a nreplfiCoo rUKldor Th hHU amen 10 wood aflfl fcluf 6fich iiAU liir tot whole I 10 porta ilr0 36lnt tugallOr EBonia ihp ov n rot lob hot wllljo bnUlnft trat A cup of fluid WnUr JH rallivr lion 10k01 t 7ng I tii door open tn VaKltiB dolidAto cllkOoi n sae It Vb It tIl n lllf ahvnle loAlnbla to Keep A ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 31 January 1909

U 39 1 EL i I L1 A I ± 7 f r y < r 1 > 1 S < hj i < J l SYNDICATE f l MINE F = c = = c = HANKBGIVINS Thurs day como a week v1 announced Sinmpy 7 Routh as hq loqked I up from j < weokolj I old newspaper t Fat lol wc sot g In ho MiHiihfiilr of growled ijqunco Glly lon IIlI ho plfked mi lio two wlrdR w hloh tho deafer Rlipprd hm and found a tray and ilcnro instead of the fifiyon aad the Jack lie needed II to fIll the airalslU j Thnti rght < rliUnort In Du eli Polo ns h moumMHy mirvojod I ho big room of wal hud nce brfui Illfj Palace faro iinrlprp Jf wo w < ib jijj IM to put it locpllicr there wouldnt bo onougli fop one man to he thankful for lr rIntd Sort of ThanKdglUn syndicate paid Routh Thats not a bad idea tr You couldnt get It with a syndi cate was the surly response from the barkeeper Last year Turkey Creek vaa ft now GoldfieldK Why c it c7 right here In this room Ive been Jti 20000 change hands In a night wclIi tIkr The week Denver Charley left ho it ccl too...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 31 January 1909

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