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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 June 1920

I Member of House Committee on Agriculture to Spend Four Days Here. That congressman Franjc Haugan, chairman of tho house committee on agriculture, will arrive In Ogdcn on ' tho afternoon of June 30. was the an nouncement today at tho local forest service offices. Mr. Haugan while in Ogdcn will nioet as many forest officials as are present at tho office with the view of seeing conditions under which .em ployes of the forest service live and work. "While in Ogden Mr. Haugan will endeavor to see usors of forest ' . servico lands, such as range permitccs, plSilor power permitccs and other jrs of the forest. "'It is expected that through the visit -" of Mr. Haugan, he will have a better Idea of tho forest service development In tho west. By visiting people who use tho forests, It Is expected that he will gain information as to tho bene fits derived from the organization, and ' from the forest officers he will learn what is necessary to better conditions S . of employes. ' : Ho will' bo ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 June 1920

I 1 8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, TUNE 13, 1920. II HOT WEATHER HINTS I THE NEWEST 50 Plcas,na Stv,cs Just arrived in Oqden BATHING CAPS 9 I CHINWAH TALCUM Get one now for summer W I Very popular in New York water Ucs S H '' 25c t0 S1-50 1 M and other eastern cities 35c jE Br KODAKS Take a0ng a box of Cool off at our B and Brownies CANTERBURY M- . . CANDY FOUNTAIN ffc M Developing and fin- , . . , . . ft ishlng of the better fuch -! 25 P Tnd Sodns Icoa deU- p 1 sort. up. clous and" satisfying Ut yBsfTTf B aV Maximum foot's TfS B. AoP tXj A X p i MAZDA LAMPS FASTER FOOT m M POWDER W Iff. Keep extra ones on ' Whisk Bl'OOmS Kecp3 your feet K hand. Ordinary 11 co1 and comrorl- Mj i H' homo size, 40c , , . , fl or a made m Ogden b a ox 25c OSoA Prevent Lctlon ' I mt -ti i iiirr Preserve Health 5 1 jO' When people want proscriptions . I 7EPYROL I S3 such an important matter they diLJLS JL JL L K T: naturally seek the best profes- $ Mi sional scrvico obtainable. For ,m ycars CuI,e...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 June 1920

1 " I B ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY. JUNE 13, 1920. . 9 1 BBH Keep the Hot Sun Out!.. I I Let the Cqg! Breezes In! Kcep your sun-exposed porches 10 degrees cooler on hottest j dnyc. Add delightful, airy outdoor roomc to your hme. 5 We carry a complote line of Acrolux. Moot artistic, dur- : ?Si$M able economical shades you have ever seen. 'B j S'2CS t0 fit an Porc" opening. Also an interesting show- j j- Other Porch Furniture iifH j At Real Price Concessions We are distributors fe for the Famous ' PTZliljl M Murphy SB Shinkd Giitg . to I ! Play With Colaaibus fjMH Shlnkel. former mound arlist L 'Jvl wllh the Salt Italic Bpch was a visitor jy'lvlB n 0?en lor a evv hours yesterday aViP Cn r0UlQ to Columbus. Olilo. Shlnkel imlSH nas been playing' Independent hall 'j'mM with a California professional aggrc- ''EBi gallon during the nresent season and Ji'X'BB is slCnei1 tD twirl tho remaining games jPIM of the season for the Columbus aggre- . , IWHji galion of the American associ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 June 1920

1 I 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 1920. . IH i! I HI i I II I iMIl mTTr I I I ll lillliM III llll I m umlu i.iajwiijMiiiljaiwarMlMJ4irnMBMMmMp1ipqHB if I IT A 1-1 THE9 A TO 17 I V JL JL JL J. JlJXjL 1. JjfL4 Comfortable J J I! Mil Ml CIMISPiCTK I N, IT THE UTHBi B "But you spe I'm not a REAL I vampire." i Viola Dana pouted. Shfv.'as ob-! vioualy annoyed at the suggestion, i ' What else, however, was an inter im viewer to suggest? The report had P gone out that the little "Peter Pan of the screen" was a typical motion j picture siren in her newest photo- play, "Dangerous to Men." I " "You see there is one part of j 'Dangerous to Men' in which I play at being a seductive female," Mis3 ; Dana explained. "I wout pall her : a 'vampire.' I don't like the word. , J But she isn't really wicked. She's i an or,phan girl in love with her guardian. But he's engaged to a ! beautifu1 actress. The girl finds the 1 actress carrying on an affair with another man and decides the on...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 June 1920

1 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 1920. 13 - LATE NEWS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT : -J i v - I IWildness of Mamaux Costly; Pirates Take Opener; Cubs BROOKLYN. June 12. Mamaux's wlldncss In the fifth Inning when, with " out and a runner on first he hit two jxi&r and passed another and then. , the count 2 and 0. grooved the ncjet pitch to Duncan, .coat Brooklyn V' the opening same of the series with Cincinnati today 4 to 3. Scoro: j Cincinnati . . 000 031 0004 0 ,1 Brooklyn 000 010 020 S ti -Batteries: Luque and Winpo; Ma maux, Smith and Miller, Elliott. PIRATES AKE WINNERS. PHILADELPHIA, June 12. Phila delphia's early lead was wiped out by; . Pittsburgh today, and the locals lost the opening samo of the scries G to A, after winning four straight games. Rixey weakened and R. Miller's wild throw aided tho visitors materially. Score: R. II. E. Rittsburgh . ..000 220 002 G 13 0 Philadelphia ..020 010 001 12 3 "Batteries: Cliarlson and Schmidt; Rlxey, Smith and "Wheat, Trases...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 June 1920

iM " SUNDAY. JUNE ,3, .m' '"" -11 ' " " ' ' 'r' wtf I VENTILATING ' - ' I Bi :poech"shabes I ! i Stocks are .now complete and can' .be supplied in all sizes S I and colors. Priced as follows, including hanging, free: I I Width 6 ft. Drop. 7 ft. Drop 4 . $ 3.75 $ 4.25 1 I 5 5.00 6.25 I I 6 v 6.00 7.50 I 8 8.00 9.75 I I 10 ' 10.50 13.00 j 5 12 14.00 15.60 9 j These prices subject to 10 per' cent discount for cash. ! Sr B j lS f I f, i makes lOGaninc 1063 PJE3E9B i?- c bmntf t j Ess- 'S: U i " FREE ICE FOR ONE WEEK MORE. 3 500 pounds free with refrigerators up to. . .. . .$35.00 1000 pounds free with refrigerators above. . . . .$35.00 Stocks are moving very freely and we advise an early selection. There is a threatened shortage of refriger- H j ators and although we have more on order we don't j 1 know when they will get here. ( I Prices are very reasonable, ranging as follows: j I $16.50, $22.50, $26.00, $32.50, $45.00, $55.00, $57.00, j I t $60.00 These prices subject to 10 per cent ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 June 1920

H HftTeth Year-No. m OGDEN CITY, UTAH MONDAFeVENINGV JUNET4Ti920. ' '' " LAST EDITION 4 P. IVlT I Rumors Circulated That Sen ator La Follette Will Be- . come Candidate. t HARDING GREETED ON : . RETURN TO CAPITAL Energetic Campaign to Be! Conducted in Behalf of Re- j publican Candidate. ! ROCHESTER. Minn.. June Physicians refused today to al lowSenator Robert LaT'olleltc. of Wis consin, to make a statement regarding rumors that he will head the, ticket as presidential candidate of a now par ty, announced by Amos Plnchot. mem ber of the committee of forty-eight Senator LaFfillcitc was operated on a week ago for, the removal of the gall "sac and wi'H7remain In a hospital here untllhe' ' completely recovers. Hospital authorities tods&said he Is Improving rapidly. .;8r ? (Predicts New Party. CHICAGO, Juno 11. Declarations by Amos Plnchot, member of the committee of forty-eight, that ther? positively would bo a new party presi dential candidate In the field, rumors that 'Senator LaFol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 June 1920

' BBMBBBMHWIMMIMMHMBiH BH Campaign Managers Plan to Set Machine Going Before Nominees Are Notified. I WOMEN TO BE ON THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE I Delegates and Visitors Leave Chicago in a Rush After m Nominations. I CHICAGO. Juno 13. Campaign managers for Senator Warren G. I Harding of Ohio, who was maae the presidential nominee by tho ttepuD- llcan national convention Saturday H night, said today no time would be lost in setting things under way. Harry H M. Daugherty, director of Senator H Harding's pre-convontlon campaign, requested the national committee to take "prompt, snappy and energetic H action" In placing the morits of the Republican Issues before the voters or the countrv. Party managers, it mm said, would not wait until Senator Harding and Governor Calvin Coolidge of Massachusetts are officially noliried of their nomination, but plan to start k ' the campaign soon after the Demo Hl cratlc convention is held. HI "Will H. Hays, re-elected chairman H of the new national commit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 June 1920

1 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1920. . 3 I ICfJSI0E Harding Will Be Candidate Un hampered By Charges of Reckless Spending. RV TIOX. ARTHUR CAPPER, I'ntfcd States Senator from Kumns. (Copyright, 1020. Universal Service) CHJCAGO, June 14. Senator Hard ing's nomination was brought about by an overpowering sentiment among the rank and flic and by the party - lenders recognition that the Uopubli cans must go before the country with, a candidate unhampered by such crltl-j cism as has been directed against the two leading candidates in the conven- tion. And this sentiment was not based; on any personal criticism of either General "Wood or Governor Lowdcn. No Hint of Dishonesty. Most people realize that it costs money to conduct a. campaign ; few per sons in Chicago believe that General. "Wood spent a dollar dishonestly and nobody believes that Governor Lowdcn ' has any personal knowledge whatso-1 over of the expenditures in Missouri, which created so great a furore. j But ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 June 1920

W ; THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, TUNE 14, 1920. ' IH THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered ai Second-Class Matter nt the Postofflce, Oflden, Utah. Established 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH , ? .75 S2 ONE YEAR , (. S.OO....053 i MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entltlod to the use for republication of any news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. I AVOID THE FLAMBOYANT In his appeal to the Republican convention. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge offered advice which it would be well for all platform builders to observe. He said: 'Let us not promise any millenniums or pledge our faith to the performance of impossibilities. Let us simply lay be fore the people our principles and policies, policies which are at once vi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 June 1920

BH ( THE OGgANPARD-gINER. MONDAYNEJ 14 j 920 ' '5 ti-. 'LOVE and MARRIED llffi the noted author j J Idafa MSGlone Gibson f I .JOHN" WANTS MOSEY . "I'm lad lie's gone," nald John a? Charley left us. "Why, you told him you'd like to '., have him stay,-' I said. "Well, he bores me to death. I'd have never pone down to the oil fields If you had gotten someone, In whom 1 had confidence, to take care of your business." I "You wrote me from down there that Charles had done a well as anyone- could do." "Yes. I think ho did," said John ro luctantly. "But he's too suave, too prenilo I like to talk and net straight r from the shoulder when I do busl-i ness." J "Docs It seem lo get you any fur- thcr than Charles' way?" I H "Oh, I don't know. Jiut I do .know U. , this, that his ways always let the other l - fellow think he's putting H over on- you and I don't want any man that -- I'm doing business with to think that.". "Isn't that a little egotistical.! j sure but that it helps in business to l...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 June 1920

H I HI' . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAiyiNER, MONDAY. 1UNE 14. 1920. I ON SAMEGHARGE Dan Koplis Goes to Jail On I Charges Brought By Ice j ' House Worker. To be arrested by mombers of the sheriff's department and compelled ' to, furnish bail for his appearance In court on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon", and then to be re arrested by police oflccrs on the aamo chargo a few hours later, was the ex perience yesterday of Dan Koplis, an employe at the railroad icehouse. The activities of the peace officers was auo to the error of the complaining wit ness, M. R. Thomas, a railroad switch man, who alleges that Koplis attack ed him with an ice fork. Folowing the alleged assault, which took place Friday night, Koplis dta-i nppcared and in spite of diligent I search by officers, he could not oe found. Saturday morning Thomas) went to County Attorney Joseph jb. I I eates ana swore to a complaint, cnarg ing Koplis with assault with a deadly ' weapon. ' The warrant was sent to the sheriff, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 June 1920

I Batsmen Bunch Hits on Barnes and Take Lead Sherdell -'v Strikes Out King. NATIONAL LEAGUE. W. U Pet. Cincinnati 2S 20 .553 Brooklyn 27 20 .574 St. Louis 2S 23 .549 Chicago 25 2 6 .4 90 Pittsburg- 21 22 .4SSi Boston 21 23 .4 77 New York 21 2S .429 Philadelphia 1& .2S .404 Yesterday's .Results. St. Louis 5 at Now York 3. Cincinnati 1 at Brooklyn o. NEW YORK, June 13. The St. Louis Nationals made it two straight from New York here today, winning by a score of 5 to 3. The St, Louis batsmen bunched hits on Barnes in. the early innings and took a com-j mandlng lead. Doak weakened for SI. J Louis In the seventh Inning1, but Sher- dell struck out King with the bases full. Catcher demons had a finger i hplit by a foul tip and was forced to retire. Score. R. H. E. ; St. Louis -. 5 H 0 New York J S 2 Batteries: Doak, Sherdell and Clo nions, Dllhoef er. Barnes and E. Smith, ... Gonzales, CINCINNATI BEATS BROOKLYN., BROOKLYN. Juno 13. Cincinnati displaced Brooklyn In the first placet in th...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 June 1920

n HIHBBlBBHflflflHiiiBHlHBBi I 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1926. . ; I INftGTIVETRADE I III WIINESHARES H Prices in Majority of Stocks Remain Steady On Salt Lake Exchange. Trading- today in mining stocks on H rh Salt Lake Stock & Mining Ex- H chan was not quite as aotivo as it has H been tor the past few days. The prigeB H in the majority of the slocks remained about steady. Prince Con. was very) active, changing hands from 3L to 32c, j Silver Shield weakened g trifle, open-, Ing at -tOc and selling off to 39c, closing with this price bid for It. Tln- 1 ; TiFhwx ' the 15.000 shares being sold at 7 Eureka Bullion brought Wi J5.C. Sells was steady at 9 c. bilvcr 1 kfiis Con. changed hands at 51.- 0. , North Standard was active at 37 and' H and Zuma changed hands at 12c. QuoUlio htrnlshcd over P rlv. ic vv Wire or J. -v iiosic & Co., . Ecelcs Building.) ! Mm Bid Ask i Alia Con. -01 $ K -j Albion .. . J" 02a ! American Con J A H Alta Tunnel. no& 01 Beaver...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 June 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1920. 9 I My, FOR SALE H E. W. CANNADY Krai Estate Insurance A plndld value In a four room, mod- rrn cottage, altuntcd In a nlcr location M on dandy lot. 42x145 feet House In In fxcollent condition and has cement base moot and largo screened porch. Oaragi and chicken run on premises. Price J3200. , l Practically new five room strict! mod- ern bungalow, .situated on south front lot. Hoc In. Has furnace heat, fireplace. P hardwood floors and numerous built In 1 fraturen. A genuine bargain at $.1000. I 'Would vou like to raise chicken?, and perhaps keep a cow. and havo a garden I and . fruit? If bo. look this over: Six I room brick cottage, with full basement I and combination garage, stable nrt I chicken house: sluatcd on nearly half an I acre of cholco land with perfect water, I right. In Ideal location. This la a splon- 1 did property for J4800. I E. W. CANNADY I 2127 Hudson Avenue I Alhambra Theater Is Next Door I A-l 120 acre farm at...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 June 1920

MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1920. " ' " ' UnhUVft-mttimn ' " " ' " QGDEN. UTAH ' H I What and How to Fish . Dynamite Is Poor Bait ST P7d P." F. Yelk 'em I BY FLOYD A. TIMME11MAN. Today was a tough one for the re porter In search of news. From piace to place where news at normal times is forthcoming- every day, he came away with ompty hands, but his head was still ringing with suggestions to use a fly here and bait there and don't use dynamite or electricity on tho poor fish. Tho composite advice of scores ot expert fishermen who have caught whales and sharks from the waters ot tho Ogden and Weber and its tribu taries sounds something like this: "C3et up at 3 o'clock and stand on our, rock until 4 o'clock, and don't .ease the fish in the meantime. Watch for pickpockets in the crowd surrounding the river bank. "When you hook one, haul him in, end cut your initials on him, then let him go and fight. Otherwise argu ments may arise as to ownership. "Don't alloV speculators to spoil the ish game. Ge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 June 1920

B Partly -cloudy tonight and Wed- 1 idYi''V I l'l' dhClf oMhc day Eto bouTd'lS Pncc Five Cents" OGDEN COTrUTAJi TUESDAY"EVENING"TuNE 15, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M ; 1 j Fiftieth Year No. 151 Knee five 1 v ' " NATE SEAT r JGU ' flS I Democrats Launch Vigorous Boom to Put Up Cox as Democrat Nominee j " BIG FIGHT CENTERS . WEST OF MISSISSIPPI Committee of Forty-eight Gets Ready to Hold its Nominat ing Convention WASHINGTON. Juno 15. Warren Guarding, the Republican presiden tial nominee; docs not intend to retl. e from the United States senate until Ws'tcrni of office expires oh March 4. .'There is no possibility of that. Senator Harding declared whenasked , whether ho would resign from the sen aef immediately. "I do not intend to resign but intend to servo my teim out'. Why shouldn't I .' w,,haraW J irhM will be done this week. U SenJtor Harding's friend:, explained , tola? thaV ror him to retire ifromUJ Honato would endanger the nairw maVghi o : control held by the publi cS there as h...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 June 1920

2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1920. I Claims Insolent Attempt Made By' Wood Backers to Buy Up Nomination. PARTY FORCED TO DEFEAT GENERAL Republicans Foresaw Defeat and Crushing Dishonor if Bank Accounts Ruied. NEW YORK, June U. Charges that "a motley group of stock gam blers, oil and mining promotors, mu nition makers and other like persons seized on so good a man as General Wood, and with reckless audacity started out to buy for him tho presi dential nomination," were made in a statement given out tonight by Nlcho- lus Murray Butler, and unsuccessful i Republican candidate. ( "Jt was the cause of genuine sorrow- to mo as to many others of General Wood's pcrsosnal friends," ho said, 'to see him put in this unnappy posi tion. There was nothing to uo to save the Republican party but to aefeat the f band of men behind him with their 1 bank accounts. This meant we had to I' dcieat General wood. I Attempt to Buy Up Votes. "Tho forces defeated m thou inso lent attempt t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 June 1920

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 June 1920

, 4 ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1920. . Jl I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered aa Second-Clast Matter at tho Postofflce, Onden, Utah, Established 1870 I , -Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated ProsB An independent Newspaper, published every evening: and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH ? '7Br(JD ONE YEAR 59.00....? MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also tho local news published herein. 1 ' I THIRD PARTY IN SIGHT. I t Political animosities often are slow to disappear. , Today we I hear of a new party which Amos Pinchot is to 'organize as a pro I test against the things attained at Chicago. Jt will be recalled that Gifford Pmchot, brother of. Amos, was the center of the great party split which occurred in 1912. "Whcn Taft became president, and Roose...

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