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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 April 1920

B . i van ViT.' i i Mr . fc. ' jH mm m r Hil ' 1 Y A nfuIuTYcrNo. 82 Price Rve Ccnu ' " O GDEfTITY7UTAH, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 57 1920 LASTEDTTiQN 4 P M I RIOTS FEARED IN STRIKE OF SWITCHMEN I !f. MICH PRIMARY I CLOSELY WATCHED J . IN POLITICAL CIRCLE K Lowden, Wood and Johnson B- Deeply Interested in Vote of Influential State I ! DETROIT ACTING ON m j BIG BOND ISSUE R Eugene V. Debs Socialist Can- 1 didate Palmer Only Demo- I i crat to Stump State g I DETROIT. .MUh.. April n. Kar!y Pit voting In the Michigan pi'inia r today f'l "was ovldonllv affected by the Easier km storm, the turnout of voters Kcncral- I I ly bolng lighter than expected. ; ft j While Indications of clearing ' I woalher In some Industrial centers , Knvo promise of brlkor votlnp this f aftornoon, other polnta reported snow ! flurries still prevailing with lndlca- 1 lions that voting would bo ninterlal- ' ly curtailed Some country highways 1 wore piled with snow and a very light J vote wau anticipated In those xect...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 April 1920

H 2 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER iMONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920 1 IR0L1GE BARRACKS ARID POSTS ARE DESTROYED THvo Policemen Shot and Ser iously Wounded at Bally hounis Other Outrages liON'DO.V, April fi. The Prexs a. jxk lotion says that the authorities' hae received reports that more than CO police barracks and posts, for the most part unoccupied, havp been dc s'royed during the week-end and that no policeman were shot and sorloua 'vf wounded at Ballyhaunls. M ST 13 It DEMONSTRATIONS UfBLIN. April 4, (By the Assocl uod Press) Easier demonstrations in Ireland did not develop Into a spectacular effort of force against the s.m ernment, which th adherents of the republican cause consilered would bo suicidal, but there was :i series of outrage. In many parts of the Island. The malcontents took a new anIo ; in their work when they attacked six lcnn tax officers in many cities and i.- own, destroying the records in vnri--"' jvs was. but mostly by flre.- The attacks against police bar- incks and police hu...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 April 1920

BBJ . ;' ) THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920 6 I H fl "JAZZ TUNES" fi PLflYEO BY I WIRELESS mmt! 'j Army Man Invents Device to i'mm Senc Music Through Air; - , ( Test Is Declared. , H Successful :KJ (International News Srvlee) HFi Jf Atlanta, Giu, April 6. :y cutis gK sanding music by wireless has besii LW p dovlssd by Sergeant Thomas Drass of ft tho Georgia Tch signal unit, rose.v M ', officers training corps. A demon- Hlmtlon to tho Atlanta Radio cluo H provod. the sue ass of li 1m invention. SK whloh Is epoch-making In wireless ..mu circled. , Sargennt Bras gave n concert by JU wlreles tolophone. probably tho fi.--tj 'f t , in ths history of tluu ilvvlcu. H was ft Hi j to the Juaiy strains of "Durdnnblla" i IK'' ll,t 111 Inwntion wo first publicly f twk I ' toetod. IWti Th InvJntlon jiccessliates tho 11-J (Kb 1 lonur using n hsnd sot to hear, outt 'R j Sergeant Urass is seeking to ici rcct H; an arrangement of sounding b.u Ua' B-'l ivhlch uill onable nn audience assu.- ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 April 1920

4 " THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920 ( I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening exoopt Sun day, without a muzzle or a club. .Subscription in Advance One Month- $ .75 One Year '. $9.00 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. CANDIDATES FOR PRESIDENT. liolh of the great, political parties are disturbed over the candi dacy of Herbert, Hoover, thai progressive Republican who is being urged by so large a body of American citizens to aspire to the presi denev of the United States. The stalwarts of neither party approve the proposal to have Hoover oin the race for-the former f. od administrator has a host of admirers re...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 April 1920

mm i I IH Miim THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920 5 1 mM if Woman's Page III LOVE and MARRIED LIFE! K the noted author 8 I I ii Idah MGlone Gibson j II ) f THE NEW WOMAN. I fSN (Editor' Note.--With this chaptcrj I Hf I Idnh McGIonp Qibsaon Introduces a LV I phaso of modern life which will prove f VmV ' absorbing interest lo nil womon nnd f most men. KRloidoacopic changes cf- H footing the status of woman In her S homo life and in tho political life of' W- the nation are realiitlcally portrayed WL in n manner which will hold the ntton-j jT lion of over' one. Readera who hav( 14 not followod this- splendid story will! mJ find thin a splendid starting point) B I wanted very much to ak Alice i what ho meant by saying that she did' 1 E not want Karl Shepard to prow loo J W lond of me. but 1 did not dare be cri- W oiib with her over it, aud o I asked K I flippantly. "How do you think it would K be hopelQM, Alice, thinking that she. H would smile. I k To my surprise she took it se...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 April 1920

M I- ffEICBlBIE ' STMTS M Wan County Conference in Baptist Church; Local Committee to be Named (By T. IT- Masters) State Director L. A. Garrison ami State Publicity Director 1. 11. Masters were In . Ogden Saturday conferring with pastors of the Ogdcn churches Rnd prominent business men concern ing tlieVJnJerchurch World Movo went of iplS.li. Dr.' Garrison said a number of prominent business men's committee In connection with this forwnrd movement and that a num ber of these man will also be asked to servo on the state committee of ; ' the Interchurch World Movement. 1 r; """ Mr. Masters, who taught In the Ogdcn hlph school some ten years ago, and Dr. Garrison Interviewed O J. Stllwcll, secretary of the chamber of commerce and also a former head of the business department of the Ogden high school. . Mr. Stilwell of fered some excellent suggestions con corning the campaign in Ogden and J tho personnel of tbe committee' to bo selected here. I The campaign for the Interchurch 1 World Mo...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 April 1920

THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920 7 1' For Subscription and Advertising Department, Call Phone No. 56. 1 RANDOM I REFERENCES I A square deal for everybody. Low est prices; latest styles. Fashion Shop Women's Wearing Apparel. Coats, I suits, dresses, waists and skirts. 2470 Washington avenue. Administrator Judge A. E.Pratt this morning appolntod William Burch aa administrator of the estate of the late Louis M. Burch, under bond of $1,400, which Avas filed with the clerk of the district court. Car of Red River Ohio seed potatoes will arrive Saturday. Place your or I ders early. Grout's Grain Store, 321! Marrfage Licenses Marriage li censes were granted this morning to I,owis S. Wight of Brigham City and Marv J. L. Davis of Pocatello, Ida.; Stanley Turner of Milford, Utah, and Arline E. Poulton of Salt Lake, and to Alfred L. Self and C. Dora Van Ands dale, both of Salt Lake City. I LI?;prt wallpaper and calsomlne cleantrs. Lowe and Greenwell. Phone 33?.1. 2848 A Action Dismis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 April 1920

bbbbbbbbv VIbbbbbbbbb Bi I ,3 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920 J IPrW WIRELESSPHD1IEST0 1 REDUCE FIRE HUMID DfI IE Naval Equipment to be Install- Si ' c in Fores Is of District R; mW No. 4 in May f '1 ' BBP " " ' T I I mmv rur n0,nt ,n lHtrlct 4 of the for f cM ervlc where Clrf hazard in grent I . Ri f':" 'Hf bo oqutpptnl with wlrclei J ' Hf ' 1'phon equipment this summer. th j ill mWi iiibtrunipnt being expected to Rrrlvf I ' n f'sden about Uay 1. according fo 1 f Bf I' r Adnmn. telephone engineer fo j lit bH? orot rvke. I law - IT nl(" l',al Kmwnl,, !jn trrn m It K. Hi ft do whereby Tour Instruments of h 2 ilKi lPn UBetl ly ln navy hud bfen t.Yr rurH' from tho nval department HI jB f-" Thla machine ropreaenu the tatet di 1)' i Aflopment In wlrelo phones and has v ' range of 75 mile. m The phone will be Installed at Mc V CftI, llho, Roosevelt, an old town In Ifc 'rhun'or mountain -urea of the -j IT Idaho foroat, Marble Head creek on U m:; the Payette forest, and at Clove...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 April 1920

I If The High School Age I A WU.VDKMTL milOD OF LIl'K I Professor McKeever Thinks It Has I Great Possibilities When Mobil- - ized for the Public Good I Wi By Dr w-A McKecvcr LljK of I he -Nnllon'ft Ilcl-Kno-tti Mi B5 BKj cloloRlrnl Wrllcr. hC v A T lho B? of llo,0,,cnc'' hn I (Br V "1e J"011" aro Prprly n- I &K -" rolled In th high school, the I D future and the past or the human y'Wm ract moot ouch In h fond embrace I i II , aa( then part, each to -go It iepa- I , KB rat wny. To the charmed and 1 ' ST " charming youth It t now time to ' H j nutnway childish thine; an. I to ! HT take "up the ideals of tlho mutt i" about to bo. I Thin delightful high-school ace 1 I my maicot. A I traVel about thli busy country of our lecturing n nnd promoting s heal I can the i causa of young humanity I am I learning to depend on tho nlgh- I sche-ol group to holp mo put things If Iant placards and advertise- incnia dlntribtiteid; If I ,want car- i toon and oornlc posters; If I wnht ah appeal for ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 April 1920

10 THEyTAARD-DCANER MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920 , 1 Coast League Teams Are Primed for Opening Tuesday ' ATHLETIC STARS TO I SHOWO FF TO OEDEfi! I ; mi ohm Ogden sport followers will have a cHance lo see Tour of America's great est track and field stars in action Saturday, April 21, at Monroe park, when the tour representatives of the 1 Ogden Athletic association, Clinion Larson, Creed Raymond, Alma Rich ards and Robert Martin compete 1 against the University of Utah track- stcrs, Weber Normal academy and Og- Hl den high school stars. The meet will give Ogden Ites a chance to watch four oi the best men in the world perform ."gainst Tommy Filzpatrick's crack T "U" team as well as mo two local nzh school aggregations, HL ;The four stnrs are known in every npok and corner of the United SjUstcs, H having competed against the best in V tlic world during Uieir careers. H' Some High Jump. !Alma Richards is perhaps the best known of the four men. Richards Hr startled the world in 1912 at Stock- ho...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 April 1920

mm ' 11 I S , ' THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY. APRIL 5. 19Z0 I 1 sports; I'f GUW SHARKS BRAVE I OLD KING WINTER ml !5 Dorsey Burgess Takes Honors J Jm J in Regular Sunday Tilt j m - At Salt Lake V SALT LAKE, April S. Morabcrs of I lisf " lh'5 8x111 1ak' Gun club braved a flap regular flnowatonn yesterday At tho ! Wm f club'H grountis and dosplta tho handl- B I caps some remarkable scores wcro B turned In. Dorscy Burgoss was high SB ' man with a acoro of 50. Jamos An- v"H denon took second honor, R, C. I SI i Wlndslow third honor end W. Hold- IB away flnishod fourth. Burgrw warn j Hi easily tho star of tho shoot and hl M work attracted the attention of thoc !mt prcrant. B In the 100-blrd ovont. J. I1. Cowan ML led tho flold with a cor of S9. II W. II. Mltcholl and J. P. Murphy H , wcro close behind tho winner. Domey !Bk . Kino won tho weekly leg on the 'imm handicaps shoot. rMit and Mat Champs Enter A. A. U. Meet (loriiuesaiDOSion ! BOSTON, April 5. Tho national am ateur boxing champi...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 April 1920

... -vnr H 12 . THE STANDARD-EXAMINER ' MONDAY, ' APRIL 5, 192G ' 1 WHO'S M51ETS" I NEW YORK, April 5. Resumption of trading in the stock market today after tho Easter recess was attended by an irregular undertone, due in pait to latest foreign developments. This was not reflected in foroign exchange, however, the London rate continuing to strengthen. Oils, shippings and mo- tors featured the backward issues, los ' lng one to almost two points. The stronger stocks were represented by equipments and specialties, notably food, tobaccos, rubbers and textile shares, also utilities. Shorts availed themselves of the un settled foreign situation to exert pres sure in various directions before the end of the first hour. Prices of oils, motors and steels reacted one to six points with concurrent heaviness in equipments and Vails. Advances In specialties were cancelled and the en tire list fell back. The reversal was t soon halted, however, and a few lead ers rallying substantially oh the7 fu...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 April 1920

. THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920 . . 13 VH !;' S. . FOR SALE j jjlp Real Estate j; I . BF PGR sai.k is po vti:m.o valley. I BJ,: ' Th little cratMf) o' il- rt. whr 4 U jB" d IwwnH of Turk htt pr 1 i H aero I rmnmon. I hr 3M nrrt farm tor , Rm tl ml SZS r rr. alt tenrl. Iaiprov- i if BKtt- moiiu: f-t BTCfiu Pfour room ltou worth....... i BDHiiid rfAtern M r! Bli& Wagon and water Unk 10 l BJmi - On l Ttnrrews . Bfr th Ow wagon Kr On? Almost nw Jotut Itcrft w-wy JBm t plow , ; loo Kl4'(( On iwwr dirk pfcnv M Bft s- On hand plow ... IS ; Hf) I Alto five work ltor. cadi Ill J Ht2 IfwrrMM for ftrt 1tm ! '! This farm hs 75 arm la TuriwfMuJSi .;. Kl ir wheat, about 3S aera to wmwr fallow. 1 f Be f'o 136 njcrea to brak. 19 acre cut for liay. i JT balance In pasture. 1 Bp 1 i Thl farm and all rn he feovirtit B TM JSMO. tt00 down. JC4O0 at ( par wtl In- 1,1 iB err teroM. and hnlf of the crop ralard on Lb i li BJ pCp to h paid each year on th prlrw i; IB xC until tiatd In full,...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 April 1920

I SHfg tanbar-IExamtor UTAH I TO DPEW WAR OW I UTAH LK I niDFOH Predatory Cats to be Eradicat ed; Mountain Sheep Re ported Near Willard Mountain lions which arcs preying on deer and domotslc stock near Kk North Ogden canyon are to bo orad icated If plans mado by Game Ward en II. Anderson mature' With the increase of, doer and other wild life in the game sanctuary to the east of Ogdcn, preliminary arrangements are being mado to rid the mountain and hlU district of such destroyors. Seventeen head of mountain sheep arc making their homo on the hills above Willard and have been seen frequently by neighboring residents. Near the outer boundary of the game, preserve, between Five Points and N'orth Ogdcn, the deer are becoming tamed under protection and often onter the cultivated fields. Two herds of deer, ope of nineteen and another of thirteen head, were counted a few das ago in tljat territory. Though a strict watch was kept, no viola tlons of the hunting law have bean observed. oo I1 O...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 April 1920

----- - -- - . . . 1 Fl- " WEATHER FORECAST . M 1'' rfV H I 1 Bd'1lf SSte H I lif A'lFl A I Ik T ll iT n the' most Interesting- ' 1 BtF Fair tonight and Wednesday ex. Ml ill 1 HI I I 1 I R ffl H Hl 111 I 19 I I rlllBIIIIIff I .news of the ady is to be fouhd id BBBB kWtn - SMSSWC' BW 1LJ JU JV TAVl' IsV VV,V CVVVff I' M A' the want-ad section. BBH jff.fc " : Q . . - ' ML. Fiftieth Year-No. a3 Price Five cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH, TjESDAY 'EVENING, APRIL 6, 1920 LAST EDITION 4 P. Mr ' 1 ' " ' ' Hi -JOHNSON LEADS FIELBf IN MICHIGAN PRIMARY J 1; WOOD SECOND, I Hoover Running Strong In Michigan Primaries on G. O. ; P. Side of Ticket NEW YORK VOTING ' ON CANDIDATES TODAY Politicians Watch Empire State Result With Interest; Johnson Favored ; ' D.ETROIT. Mich.. April C. "Willi approximately one-half of the pre cincts voting hi yesterday's presiden tial ' primary tabulated this morning. United States Senator Iliram Johnson held a lead of 44, 057 votes over Ma jor General Leonard Wood for the Re...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 April 1920

BH Baal H 2 " THE STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY, -APRIL 6, 1920 ' H I1 ffll BANDIT KILLS ! ' iPOLICEMAN BEFORE I HE IS SHOT DOWN, I Robber Secures $20,000 In St. , 5 Louis Bank; Retreats to j 2 Theater, Where He l Battles Officers. i rFTY ARMED POLICE j IN 20-MINUTE FIGHT I Robber Uses Orchestra Pit As j Trench; Face Is Shot S Away. . i St. Louis, Aoril 5. A lone bandit kSIed one police officer, seriously v&ntndecl three others and himself was : k2'ed when he held up and robbed the j Kaslon-Tavlor Trust company here of 0.000 late today. 1 "The bnndil, carrying- a revolver in 'Sch hand, entered the bank shortly I njrer 3 o'clock. There were fifteen j customers in the bank and he herded tfrcm and the employes in m private; room and bepin firing the revolver'.. V riot call was sounded and fifty I)licemen, heavily armed, responded The bandit obtained S20.000 from Louis ! Il Schneider, me calmer, ami sougm ; ituge in an adjoining theater, which vSris empty at the time-. j The police surr...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 April 1920

H THE STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1920 ' 3 H ICEDllOi ' WILL ATTEMPT TO SET HEW RECORD Ogden A. A. Sprinter to Shine In Gala Track Meet April 24 Tho complete program for the gain track and field meet scheduled for Og den. April 24, was announced today by President A. L. Glasmann of the Ogden Athletic association, and if car ried out, should be a thriller. One of iho fcaures of the meet will be a 300 meter record trial by Creed Haymond, Ogden A. A. sar. and intercollegiate championo f America in 1919. in both, the 100 and 220-yard dashes. Uaymond will compete in the 100, 200, 300 and -100 meter events against the stars of the local high schools, and the University of Utah. The program has been arranged with the meter j events instead of the regular 100-yard clash events and other sprint events in order that Raymond be able to obtain competition in those events prior to the Pasadena qualification meet. The track events will consist of the I 100. 200, 300.. -1.00, S00. 1000, 15...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 April 1920

Br i V 4 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1920 ' H IM J THE STANDARD-EXAMINER I ( j. PUBLISHING COMPANY j f ; ifrM Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah ' I ESTABLISHED 1870 M I Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press I ( " flj An independent Newspaper, published every evening- except Sun- I ' H day' whout a muzzle or a club. I j H .Subscription in Advance I ' 'H 0ne Mnth $ .75 I j One Year " ' ?9'00 ijl MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I I fl "?e As30ciated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi- I Br cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper j jB; and also the local news published herein. f'jllp. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ' Tho JSlandard-Examincr welcomes letters upon questions of pub- j H lie interest but the IcLUm-s will not be published unless the name and i jlP address oC the sender nre attached to the letter. Owing to the high 1 11 price of print paper and the necessity of conserving s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 April 1920

. k ' THE STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1920 " 51 H llLOW and MARRIED LIFE! I( Izq, thie noted author J 1 Idafa MgGlone Gibson j I'l BB RECONCILIATION ALMOST, ft Mff It is a str.ingo quirk iu human na il B , turc tnat noL evt?n the knowledge of t HJR lne passing of thoso we love best can ' J keeP our tnouShts long from living is f sues,. Death, eventually vanquishes K life, but even in victory death must W give way to life's great problems, M hd11 UVer fa tll0Se who are left be" ' 1 did not tell these thoughts to Al j iff.. Ice,, perhaps becauso just at that mo I J IS, ment John opened the door. He seem 1 !f ed relieved to find mo with his sister 1 m instead of Helen, and with his face; Kc smiling he came and took me in his 1 Kt arms, saying, "Well, girl, I was able to get a drawing room for you, and IwSe you can go in and shut the door and &Y 1:0 alc-ne at rest. Yes, my. dear, you Hfc ean even keep mo out if you want H "I always want you with me. John, when- you are kind ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 April 1920

mm 1 LbVI ILbbbbbbI 6 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1920 I Bramwell's Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets and everything: for the office Office Supplies I For Subscription and Advertising 1 Department, Call Phone No. 56. I RANDOM I REFERENCES Let's all go lo tin Mooae card party tonight. -13 Speaks In Salt iJikc--Mrs. Geor fciana Marriott. Carl Badger and Glen Miller of Salt Lake will address a meeting of the woman's branch of that Leonard "Wood league 'of Utah. Tho meeting will bo held this afternoon at; the Hotel Utah. i - Press feeder wanted. Xcutcboom tfrintcry. ,.215 " Paige Released Ed E. Paige, ar rested yesterday upon receipt of tele graphic" information from Scott Bluff, Sfebraskn, was dlsmiscd when he ap-j Jieared before the city court this morning. Inquiry disclosed the factt thai Paige had left his former home , without settling debts which approxi mated $00. By arranging ihe morU gage of a piece of property ho raised I funds to settle his debts and was rc Iraned. ,...

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