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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 June 1920

THE OCDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY, JUNE 18. 1920. -JL- I GATES BARRED 0NL1TTLEH0CK I BALL TEAM Grounds Closed to Arkansas Lineup While Smith and Seaton Play. B ATLANTA. Gh.. June 17. Vhn H member of the Utile Hock balall H mum arrived at Ponce d5 Leon park, H tli9 Southern KDttoclntlon grounds her. H thl iiftoriiQon. for the iwheduleu Knic 1 with Atlanta. . tho foarid the gHte M locked ngalnm lhm. Tho miimsf- H ninl Qf the Atlanta club, togetncr 1 1th off Ida la of the Mobirb and Chat- H tanooga teams, had announced earlier H In tho day that no saint's would be H playml with Llttlo Hock aa Ion? a-v H i,'aty Smith and Tom Scton. formerly H jf the Sji Francisco Pacific Conut H league, appeared In the Little Kock H llnoup. Tho two plnycm. asalnst whom H protctn have been mad to tho South-; H ern nMKJclallon officials, wore ulgned , H by Little Rock after they had been H released by San Francisco for alleged H unsportsmanlike conduct. The Little H Bock manager had announced thai H Smi...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 June 1920

IMINES TRADING IS AGAIN QUIET Prince Con Falls Slightly; Tin tic Standard Holds Very i Quiet Trading continued quiet Today on " the Salt Lake Stock & Mi nir.fi: -Exchange. Prince Con., which showed a little strength yesterday, opened at U4c and weakened, changing hands as , low as 32c and closing with only 3-c bid for it. Tintic Standard, a leading feature In the market, was also very quiet, only 125 shares changing hands I during the day. It closed with ?3. I J bid and 53.12 asked, I 'I . Big Hill sold at 5c, Eureka Lily was D ' :Ucadv at SVc, Columbus Retail held steady at 44 and l-J&c, Cardiff brought $1.35, Iron King changed , hands at 22c, New Quincy was active I at 5Uc, Bninm Silver brought 7c, Eu . reka Bullion was steady at 9c, North I ' Standard was very active at 3c, 10, 1 , OuO shares being sold at this price, I 1 Tar Baby sold up to 5c, and Utah Con. I ' brought lc. 1 J I (Quotations furnished over private 1 j wire or J. A. I logic & Co., I Kcclcs Building.) ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JUNE IS, 1920. H I FOR SALE"" I i Real Estate Gl'ARANTV MORTGAOB -0. 1C Twenty-fourth St. ITion zio-2l ; ItTM Thrr room moi'm lmnglow. rf muni brtjmnt. nte tot. t front. V Mock off pvcmnL doe In on. Mh, on rr Hn. for rear old. . d buy e aw. -h J2j v month. , , - Xew flvr room modern bong". i4r for oervpaney n t" mr-kJ stl In north part of city, a Ri t with rirn. rxeellwl lf i right, plumbing and rUlurM "rat, ij. J cwah. UiUn terms. JiTo For quirk sale Snren room mw- orn. lot eCxlGt. locatrd on Twenty-j fourth street .povwinl " i"- . Ht rwWent district In town. ", front. iloM cfh. baUnce c"Tl term S nr rnt Intnwt GUARANTY MOItTOAOB wl . 6 Twenty fourth Ht I'hona ts03J I. KMNDERS CO. Itnildmt Agents Commercial National Bank Bids P, O. Box No 16 Opln. LUh 1W ACRIC8 A-l oll In pouthern Idaho. Oleic to kooI town. (rn-ed nnd rrrM fenced, part hog tight. l0 nrh- er right. a1 planted to crop. b-t. pmln. flay. dc. fllx hoad of hor. three cow two heifers. ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 June 1920

Ilmperial Prince to Visit Ogden; State Orders to Be Represented Honor -will bo paid Harry Nice of i Baltimore, Md., imperial prince of the ( D. Ot Jv. K. organ l-at!oji during his I visit to the"Dokky's heret omorrow with a parade tomorrow night and a banquet following. Delegations from ' all parts of the stn.tc arc expected to be hero to pay homage to their chief. The parade will rtart at 7:30 o'clock 1 ut the Knights of Pythias hall and 1 ' will be led by a platoon of Ogden po licemen. The D. O. IC. VL drum corps will be nDXt in line and will be followed It by the Ogden drill team of the organ- li lzation. An automobilo carrying Mr. If Nice, Mayor Frank Francis and other 3 1 officails of the Order of D. O. K. K. h of the-EI Sabacka Temple No. 39, will bo next In line. The remainder of 71 ih'c parade will consist or the officjal I 1 sc-at, donkeys and other animals to M be used as transportation across the hot sands of the Desert. 1 1 The banquet will follow the parade ! anjcl Init...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 June 1920

H "nTt.Tth Year-No." 155 Pr.ce n7e"cCnta OGDEN rTY,UTAH SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 19, T920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M H 3 Q ) 4 vj Pitched Battle Fought In Irish City Jinur is TERRORIZED By . BLflffi GUSH Nationalists and Unionists En gage in Pistol and Rifle MILITARY CALLED TO j ' - - BRING ABOUT ORDER i Reports Received by Authori ties Show Many Persons e e j ! LONDON, June 0. Premier Lioyd George declared to tin rail way delegation ulileli lie confer red with yesterday with regard lu llio sending of troops and muni tions tn Ireland that the govern ment would never agree to an In dcendonl Irish ivpubllc uulos absolutely beaten to the ground. 'Hils Htalcment appears In the of ficial rcjort of the eonferenee. The premier drawing an anal ogy Iwlwecn Ireland and the Unit ed States wild that President Lin coln raced a million eiiMialtles ami fle years of war rather than acknowledge tJie Independenee of tho southern Males, and the Urll Ish government would do the snmo tldng If iieeeary. LOXDOXDE...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 June 1920

: '4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY. JUNE 19, 1920. ILLO YD GtOnfiE ' PflllFf Wi UIITH ; illlEI: j Should Strikers Refuse to i Transport Troops. Govern- j : mcnt Will Act. I ! SERIOUS SITUATION I j t . BOUND TO ARISE; Irish Delegate Says Industries! ! -Would Be Paralyzed and , : Civil War Result. I -LONDON". Juno IS. Premier Lloyd I It George today received a deputation of j ! ijLllwaynien In a conference lasting for. 1 ncarlv lliree hours. No statement fli has been given out from the premier s J. official refjdenci at Downing atreet, ; 8: imt Jamea H. Thomas, general sccre B: tary of the ltnllwuymen'r. union, stnt i ci after the conference that the gov-; c-rnnicnt had declined to discontinue' Vf sending troops and munitions to Ire-j lund. But. he wild, th government ' is prepared to do everything to pro-' i nl provocation and is ready to meetj ' any body of Irish representative men, j' including representatives of the Sinn Fein organization. I This, declnred Mr. Thomas, leav...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 June 1920

H- GAS INDUSTRY H ' LACKING COAL HH Urge Embargo on Exports to H Insure Full Supply Here H in Coming Winter H .VEW YORK. June The Ameri- H enn Gas awoclatlon Announced here H taitlcht that fin app.i a bssn ent H l Attorney General Palmer to ex- H orotso tho authority of his offloe "lo H brfnc about an I m mod tote reduction In tho volume of ooal now being ax-, H ported beyond tile limits of the Lnltedj LH atatos and Ms. posawlens." I H The nppel rtel "the arming B conditions which now so generally m orovail in the matter of the coal aup- H Ply arc of thfe gravest concern to th zan In due try of this counts?. ' K Trho association declared few Z M oornwmlGs arc nble to obUiln more H than enough coal for Immediate op- B owition. Tho aaftociatlon mid It rec- M ornlzod that suffering villi result In M ISnrooc If the supply Ik cut off. 1 Acut conditions which Iwlvo come H ud." it added, "threaten oven greater H suffarlsjr to our own people' unless M mil DOaaible measures aro made use of H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 June 1920

I 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1920. m-mssssssst 1 I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER!, 1 PUBLISHING COMPANY 1 Entered as Second-Claxa Matter at the- Portofflcc, Ofldon, Utah. Established 1870 Member of tha Audrt Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press : An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun- j day morning without a mnzsie or a club. ! Subscription in Advance ; ONE MONTH " "nrD ' MTSMKER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TTM3 AwocJatesJ Press la occJnsJvdy crrtKJod to the nxc for republication of any I? new credited tn 1i iat otherwise crcdlrrf Jn this paper and also tho local news I pufcUxJind herein, I CONVENTIONS ARE MOBS. Dealing with the big national conventions, Haskin says there is a convention psychology which the party leaders recognize and he speaks of the big political gatherings as mobs. He says: That the actual convention in session is a mob, actuated by - mob principles and motives, there can be no doubt. Gustavo 1c Don, the French psychologist,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 June 1920

I" LOVE and MARRIED LIFE! 2hj, the noted author 8 IdahMGlone Gibson J II TiANNHS IMvVS ON lIlSBAMJs, I "Nell, answered Hannah. hin I I sskd hsr what she would do if she I wr married to a mao who tnsd I that she b "dolled up" all th time. I "1 think that 1 would amy to him. 'It's I ffcfty-fUty. Yoo must aerer show I ) ours If to m without your coat yoo muat never rrt your feel In dts rwjfU table oM slipper rou must DtVtr go unshaven and you muat l I ' ways droaa for dinner howover much have been workliur all day' " I hftarrapCMl Hannah with a laugh, for I know of but one man who could lira up to that and that waa iny coualu Caarlaa. I "1 think I'll aak Chart! to dinner lontffec Hannah. I know you pro-; TMirod a nle one for Johm,nd 1 dotl'l - . taol Tory much tike alJrilS; o It would yr be a abame to have all your nice food I CO 10 waata." Shorlcaka for Dinner. I "I'll do that If I ware you. Mlaa K&thaiine. It would dhoer you up., mjiu we'ra going to hava strawberry . ahorteaJte, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 June 1920

I . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1920 ' - H If 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE Standing' or Teams. W. b. Pot. Cleveland 36 17 .670 New York 37 20 .64 9 Chicago 29 25 .537 Roston 26 24 .520 St. Louis 2G 27 .49 1 Washington 24 2 6 .ISO Detroit .13 34 .358 Philadelphia 16 4 0 . 2SG Yesterday's Results. New York 3 at Chicago 2. Philadelphia 3 at St. Louis 4. Boston 0 at Detroit I. Washington 2 at Cleveland 9. I Johnson Knocked Out of Box in Fifth and Sixth, Hits Bunched. CLEVELAND, June IS. Clevcflaud Knocked Johnson out of the box In the fiftli inning today and won. ! to 2. Six; hits were bunched off Johnson in thati inning, two being doubles. Speaker hit for a home run with a man on first in the seventh, while Johnson stole home on Za chary in the sixth. Cald well was effective throughout, allow ing only one hit in the last five in nings. Score: R. W. E.' I Washington 2 7 2 Cleveland 9 It 2 Batteries Johnson, Zachary and Picinich; Caldwell and Nunamakcr. VINE STRAIGHT FOR ST. LOU...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 June 1920

If FOR SALE - 1 Roi Estate ffXITH FLINDERS CO. , KMTt Agent ommrrrlil Nation I Hank R4lff r a tWx No. U Ocd-n. Utah ACTUtS Al xM tn wHtthern Idaho. t tt good town (rnrii ml ertv ' n-fH. part hor tight. 1SH mrhre vL all nn"-d t eropa, b-t. train. . etc. six heG of hret. hr helfw. tJ plri. ehlckrna. full set ot v --md marhlnery rwl rmaif-spwit. fonr --n hui and g-r4 lrr Mrn nl ,Hr avwement. This farm report! to ' oo of th vrr beat In H vxfVf v aim prieed rMMiuMn. Will tak Onion rrtpfft)" or vlHnlt" part payment. ilajtee aav irm 11 acres Dir Tiller City near Trnon 'on. the beit of aoll And level, all planted rrop In rood eondlllon Bxrflnt tler right Houe. tlle chleken heuao. liifMI, cow. chlcMn'. wairoe. hantea. lio'. harr-. re Owner waa to leave exmniry. and at lh prle thl puee la or fd anal tha l-rmr of al It It on of the very bs buyj f have been abio to offer thla reaaon. ICM, tlx per nt on drrJ payment. M acres, an excellent amalt IPfl f'of' , to Ordrn. cood Mnd' foil, level, produ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 June 1920

.- : SATURDAY, JUNE 19, I92G. I Advertising Expert Obtains Several Large Clients in Junction City I Merchants and business Interests generally in Ogden and Immediate vi cinity will be interested in the an nouncement made today by L. S. Gill ham, president and general manager of the L. S. Gillham company, Inc., advertising-, that this concern has en tered the Ogden advertising field with a completely equipped advertising agency. The Gillham agency is ono of the I largest in the west, maintaining offices at Los Angeles, Calif.: Boise, Idaho, and Salt Lake, and for the past sev eral years has transacted a great deal of business in Ogden, handling the I advertising accounts of such ropresen i tative Ogden industries as the Utah Power & Light company, the Utah Canning company, the Boyle Furni turo company, Blnckman & Griffin, Browning Brothers, and the Ogden Motor Car company. Business Grows Here. President Gillham of the agency states that his company's Ogden bus lii(; lirj frow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 June 1920

I . . fTllvA fflYiVY I"f Vt'lV'tl'-YVl' fiPvTI'lYV'tMfrtV' ............ , , I - wlIC v!.Q UJt 11 iallUdrM-VL.VcUIUUCl I Fiftieth Ycar-No. is OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 2o7T920. PRICE FIVE CENTS H ITDO HUGH DOIHG, HDING C1T TAKEMGATION More Republican Leaders Call to Offer Their Aid to PLANNING CONFERENCE j WITH PROGRESSIVES ! American Agricultural Prob lems Discussed at Luncheon With Adams and Smith WASHINGTON". June 1 9. Aban doning plans for a vacation at a oa nldo resort. Senator HardlnfC. Repub Hcan providential nominee, today de cided to roinain In Washington until the raltlills of July, when h will go to hi Marion. Ohio, home for Uio formal notification eermonlc. Immediately on nnounclnjjr hi de cision to foro a ret. the nominee begun a eris of conference with par ty leader which will continue throughout the preparation of hi ac ceptance nddrena. Aaaurancoa of nupport were received during tho day by Mr. Hardin from Srmator Polndxtcr. of Washington, who contended wit...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 June 1920

Hj -z. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 1 9i0. H I r B 'Christ on Calvary9 H . The $135,000 Painting by Franz Lundahl ' Ki n Exhibition at The Boyle M H Furniture, Co. g Store Hours: 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. W lmi There is no admission charge it is free to all, jSs I - v This remarkable painting is 9 feet by 14 feet in size and valued fflKp ; M at $135,000. It has been admired by millions of artists, critics vvj fMft and students in both Europe and America. 'wWu Kfl FRANZ A. LUNDAHL, the great artist, was born in Stockholm, '"k Sweden, in 1849. He began the study of art under the famous j 4 jM$$& Robertson in Chicago, afterward studying in Paris, Munich Kw I vfQVwIir aBC Sweden under such masters as Jerome and Benjamin Con. $3a I 1 ni stant. . M$ Tlle Rev Gnas- Horsweli of Northwestern University Chi- RjUw $ cago, one of the ablest art critics, says of this picture: "It is jM Bvj the most real and plausible conception of the last cry of agony Iwwi imaginable." ! Y7 world ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 June 1920

I 1 Ogden's ONLY j Sale of Blue Serges Always the most popular suit material. In ft good taste all the year 'round, and wears like iron. That's why Bluo Serges arc usually re Hj lervcd during- clothing sales. But Dundee just H made a special buy of a few bolls of high qual- ity Blue Serge. We're passing the saving right g fl on down u B . $60.00 Quality at $47.50 J j' MM j with extra pants at $58.00. Sale j 'O'XaH ends when bolts on hand have been SI 501 d" ' gffiB j 10 Per Cent -Reduction on AM Suitings. Mrh ur staPc hard weaves and all other fabrics J wJH n our S10P are rccUCC( I per cent. To be fair j Jgjtf we will allow those who bought a Dundee suit I within the past two months 10 per cent on the j jjf 'B" nex su iov uv' Pim Time Limited Act Now Wm J OWEN BENNETT, Prop. 9 Butte Woodmen Will Enter Coast Drills itH Seventeen uniformed Woodmen of t fpHf tho world wore In opdon yeati'rday (MlHf morning- for a .short time, en route to laH , Sun Francisco from LJutto. Mont., for tflH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 June 1920

P H 4 . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, JUNE 2U I9Z0. ----! I H THE STANDARD-EXAMINER I PUBLISHING COMPANY 4,1 . Hi; Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Pootofflce, Oaden, Utah. Established 1B70 1 l Wember of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press i ; An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun- Hl day morning without a muzzle or a club. ) Subscription in Advance I o'ftR MONTH - ? 75rrfySn i i ONE YEAR .$9.00..MgggC?f-" MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS l .The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any H' news credited to It not otherwise credited In thla paper and also the local news H published herein. I, GERMANY'S NEW BOSS. : l-ligh finance, reaction and militarism have reached out in Ger many to control the press. Hugo Stinncs is the triumvirate's figure-1 I head. Multi-millionaire, steel mill oAvncr, coal miuc owner, shipping magnate and proprietor of sixty-two newspapers. The newspapers have but lately come int...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 June 1920

IBd1n CASES Compensation and Training Granted Service Men Here Yesterday WUh'tho tmvtllor e board c UtMbched At (h horn Mrvlc burwau oC4fc lt4 Crown, in th Klmt National ItoHk butWIiifC. former rvl man of U&dan who. rhlU In rvlca. auataln 41 Injury of tvfflv natura, war gUent MjdttlOn rarrdhiff their c&ac yes-, trmvtllntr board, coroutine of fee roralr. k twalre men prior to 12 o'clock, four of whom wre A-iirtltl oornpmwilon and rocational irmlwnc. Men who wara awarded oonipoiKwtlon of the acond aoctlon war M follow: Howard I'reoco. S If S Washington avenua; Oaabor atgttodl. 19 Weal Twenty-second atraat; Delbert A. MUler. 272i Lincoln AV00.ua. and Harold McKnlght, of the ttroora hotel. C 1 men will becln their training mud MU ajid will be awarded com-1 PMtmllon ranging from 1-80 to 310 per month. nccordlnjr to the number Who are dpndnl upon the recipient' of Ut compensation. I Prom fifty to txiy caaa were lined J up yeatertlay afternoon for oxamlna- ln by the board. Ilia iit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 June 1920

6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 1920 I M n-mmnrrrr ...i n. inn ,mri i.miiuto- i ii, mil rJTTITTTTTT ! I I I ! II 1 1 I H I . rTim BlTi H Hill Ml 1 1 1 1 Ml 1 ! MmniljllliiiUMMMj I ' ' ' v I June Sales Ta&e Fresh Start Tomorrow i I. f Ca&ft as a New j Value Today It takes money to finance a business of ! this size borrowed money. In ordinary times we borrow what money we require s. at about one-half the rate of interest pre- I vailing today. And high interest rates cut I down profits. S There is another way out and that is to sell the merchandise on hand for cash f and avoid the necessity of much borrow- $ ing, and there you have the real reason for this sale. I This sale will supply all the cash we i I require for the buying of fall merchan- j dise; that's why charges are suspended. J Also Ave are giving more merchandise for the cash than usual. We are giving the J public the advantage instead of giving it to the money lenders. 1 The June Cash Sales take a fr...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 June 1920

111! OFFICERS' RMJPCED Wartime Appointments of Hlgli Command Vacated by Department Order WAJHINOTOX. June Undr war 4mpm.rmnl orUr today. 23 offl- r hi4tfur th cmrrfey' nuik cf tiu r t en. rl r rcdaead to brtga illr ui c Muncla and aUtan officer no biicaOirr gnrl ra rducvd to raaka ranfflac (torn major to colon i. l IromlBont in tJ Itat of major gen-L-rml rvducwd art Cterene K- Edward, who conwr.andMl Ihr Xew Knitland na tional guard division ovaroeaa and who u now commaador of tb ortnMtrn il opart met at Boston, and H-nry T i Allan, commander of ih Amartcan! force In Germany, who rarart to I thlr rank of brldlr. A)ther Dttinotlonri i Other Idncad U Nri-a4Ur arj Major Oioarala Omar Bundy. m ho ommajidfrd a fighting dlvtaton in' 'nuaoa and who now la In chart at, 'ajnp L. Virginia.; Chrk?t T. Mn( ohor. director of the air snic; ham & CravM. who commnwlnl the Amoiieait forroa In Wbarla. William, VI. Wrlyht. acilnx chlf of Uff In th i.baonca of OwAunU iaroh In Kurop. nd Bant tit t D...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 June 1920

H ; - - - - THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, TUNE 20 19?0 H II Here Are Bankers aid Delegates to Haters9 ) Convention as They Appeared if Hermitage .0 h l ulf illj SiiLfj , Judge Agee Indorsed After Politics Undergoes Micro- scopic Test by Convention . (Continued fr.om page 1.) 0' 7 Fmnds was then failed upon t0 read his: resolution which follows: X The Democrats of tJie Second j Judicial District in delegate con- l -vent;ou assembled, hereby reaf- r firm their belief that judges who have nothing to do iviiu the cn actinent o laws or the shaping- of political policies- but whose dntv it is to iutcrprot and declare the I law as they find it. falrlv and im- I S?"!1,5 h PlitlcaI opinions, or I nfOliatlon by politics, should be I selected -without reference to their I T-arty affiliations nud solely on ac- I count of their learnings, integrity and uprightness of character, r The distinction between non partisan and bi-partisanship inut be borne In mind. Where two parties asree to uni...

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