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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 June 1920

. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY. JUNE 22, 1920. H jji ( I FOR SALE I 9 Real Estate ACIirea. Including crop. hr. pea. P tat04. S r ttur. abundance of wat r. god ix room brVk Iwum, cood hay barw And atahi and other lmpror-mnLs. w. pic. Irop4emit ami machinery In pood eondltlon. Thl Mrt want to rll pi the price H very low at T ll,0. In : clUdtivc l th rropt r4y n about rend to harvest will axehnnir for O don cily proo-rty part parmerl. Art qifteft to rl H rrop on this o4a-e. W tdta ham 10 a-re of rood paaturv rloM to QmJw we will tl for I n aw. 91 a-e of whlrh U rood rm land and I worth inor tbn Uw prleo "I r k , lC far Ot 4 ere. SMITH A FLtNDBR CO, Over Commercial Nation I Dai vy ni OWNER Bv&n room my-m horn 9 bench ,mI rur line Phone 1411 J ' I FROBRER ti POWLBS Roal Ilui" Iniroe Owner of mtctb modrn brk-k bunpa. Wv. located In rholee part of Ogden. I" leaving city. ThlJi home h flv room. . tfVnr porrh. fill bnirU. firebar and In In ejcellnl condition. Prlc f This U a genu...

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. — 22 June 1920

Ii Serio-Comedy At Depot I v'; , I Cat Cause Of Trouble t ;T; -i; & A & .V Woman Kisses F.eline A riot In three acts. Scones "Railroad station first sec-j lion and second sections of. a west bound train. Characters One valuable Maltese H' cat: a lady of some forty summers and the depot in a a tor. Upon arrival in Ogden yesterday V- Mrs. J. Fred Ilotiser, on route to the Democratic convention at San Fran , Cisco, stirred up. a riot for fair at the Union Depot and caused on Alma pifl T. Flinders, passenger-director much , It happened thus: Train 19 on ar- I ' rival carried the cat in the baggage car while the owner occupied a seat in the Pullman on the rear section Ht of the car. Arriving in Ogden the i parly was split Up, or rather divided, . the cat departing on the first section of train 19 and Mrs. Houser on the second section. Aflor purchasing "eats" for the HBn preity cat, Mrs. Houser Immediately proceeded toward the baggage car :o give the cat a "square" meal, un scanni...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 June 1920

Fiftieth Year-Noi 158 Pr ce F,ve ccnts " " OGDEN CITY, UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 23, 1920 " LAST EDITION 4 P. M ' ! I WILSON URGES RAILROAD WAGE DECISION ) AAA A A A A A A A A A A I HOT FIGHT FOR BEER PLANK PREDICTED I discord oe : PROHIBITION IS GfiOlIlTS.F.1 Leaders Believe Dry Issue Must Be Fought Out on ; Convention Floor SOME WETS LOOK TO ' WILSON FOR SUPPORT; r William Jennings Bryan to Lead Fight Against Wine ' and Beer Plank , SAN FRANCISCO. June 23. Uum-j bllnr of Democratic dlncord over the prohibition Iwiuu became hourly more ominous today as delegates and party thlefs arrlvod In Increasing numbers . I for tuo nuuonai convention. Hope that the gathering storm might spend ltlf behind tho closed doors of the platform committee Mr tually wan abandoned by the leaders and thoy prepared to face an tut break of tempestuous debate on the floor of the convention Itself. Such a dolovolpment. It was agreed everywhere would hold many dra mutlc possibilities Including a further com...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 June 1920

I 2 THE PGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1920. 1 Is Twenty-One Members Headed By Chairman Hays Form Executive Board. ' FULL MEMBERSHIP IS- ANNOUNCED, : Senator Harding Well' Pleased With Organization as Work- ed Out by Hays. WASHINGTON, June 22. Manage ment of the national Republican cam-! palgn was entrusted today to nn excou-j - tivc committoo of twenty-ono mem bers, beaded by Chairman Mays of the party's national committee. Seven members have places on the execu tive committee. ' ' Announcement of ths membership I of the executlvo committee, togemei I wJtl. the composition of the two com mittees to arrange for the notification , of Senator Harding, the party's presl- dential nominee, and of Governor C'oolldge. vice presidential candidate, onded a two days' conference, in which Mr. Harding, Chairman Hays and a I special sub-committee of the national committee participated. I The full membership of the commlt- fj tee was announced as follows: ! Will H. Hoys, chairman; M...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 June 1920

muammmmMUMmmuMUMBmmmmmmmmWmmmmMmMmmMMmmmmWmMMmmmmuuBmmMMBBUMM . THE OGDEN 3TANDARD-LXAM1NLK, WLD.N LSD AY, JUNE 23, 1920 e 3 Sj iL LAST TIMES TODAY I 1 :45 lo 11 p. m. Z?y C. Gardner Sullivan j I Luxury Splendor Richei I I Tomorrow Wrn. Russell in 'The Twins of Suffering Creek .OGDEN THEATRE "As Cool as the Ole' Swimmin' Hole" I Unionist Tells House Government Failed LONDON. June 23. Moving the r-djournment of th hou of commons for the purpose of calling attention to tho rioting In Londonderry, Lieuten ant Col., Wilfred Aahlcy, unionist, de clared today that victory rested with tho aaaaasirts nnd not with the gov ernment, which appeared powerless to maintain the sanctity of life. The chief secretary for Ireland nnd s the vlcoroy, ho wild, wito prison era In their own houaos, tho offlclula of Dub Jin cnllo were caually prisoners and obliged to tn Ice exercise In tho catle ground. -Tho nation of. the world wts pointing the finger of acorn at England' Inability to maintain her authorit...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 June 1920

II THE STANDARD-EXAMINER j, PUBLISHING COMPANY j Entered as Second. Close Matter at the Poitofflce, Ogden, Utah. Established 1870 f , Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press i An independent Newspaper, published overy evening and Sun day morning without a muszle or a club. . 9 Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH '. .75 &fg2 ONE YEAR 9.00....a!D MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j 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 the local newt I published herein. II NOW THE DEMOCRATS ARE WORRIED. Although the Republicans at Chicago were on the verge of a j i srMit over the league of nations, and only managed to keep out dis cord by evading the issue, tho Democrats are promised even a more distressing time when they gather in San Francisco. Yesterday Postmaster General Burleson, on his way to the coast, made a state ment demanding the repeal of what he terms "the dr...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 June 1920

I. loVE and MARRIED LEFEj jbtj. the noted author j j Sdah MGlone Gibgan j I .my niy. Cbarlaa told no on of th tlpnur from John. conjunlly doctor tltlpkllMr John had nat racolvvd thi Mif It saw m nd. naked Charisi ttf tIffraph affata. "Mr. Goodwin.' I Kill Hannah afterward. "trurfated tb tM doctor write tho telegram himself, r at least dictate It to bo trni lit Itf 4uo. Than Mr. Charles took 11 V 'na telagrwph office." x'ula brought a wire from John's s t rotary anIn. "Mr. Gordon la out a" town on iutniM. I am not .qulu 9 Joet where be is ax this moruont. Hi told mo that bualiioav might take hf lo three different cities. Have re luyvMl the wire to htm at th three ulawoo, but doubt the possibility of his beinir able to cet to Ills wife in IeM Uun tnlrty-atx hour." ' ISxnctly LIUo Him. It exactly like John Gordon to think wten he received my toleriam thai I was not really 111; that 1 had aeni him the wire became, a he cx proaeed It, "1 wantod to make up." It was exactly like htm to dis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 June 1920

6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, ju IN tl 2, ivzu. Ij - GUT PRICE j Millinery Sale f Extra special values are offered this week in tailored and trimmed Milams, Also lace and transparent hats, and sport hats at &5.G0 and S7.50 each. I Just received a new line of taffeta and feather hats. Cliil- , dren's hats at cost. ( 2455 Washington Avenue If """ WHITE HOUSE SHEEP AID SALLIES I NEW YORK The "White House sheop, that graze on the lawn J surrounding President Wilson's home, have clone their bit to aid the j Salvation Army. Recently two bags of wool, sheared from the sheep, arrived at the New York headquarters. Notices, on the bags, read. "Dear Sallies: Here are our old clothes. Good luck.' I Hurley Here With j Chicago Delegation! Hon. B. N. Hurley and wife were Ogden Nisitors for a few hours toduy. Mr. Hurley is one of America's most prominent men and is a director of' the Chicago Great Western railroad! and was formerly chairman of tho federal trade commission. During th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 June 1920

Uintah FRESH AS THE CANYON BREEZES Thp perfect summer , time food for children and grown-ups. "Uintah Supreme" rallk and crpm como8 from clean, healthy cov. Is thoroughly utorlllzed Jr. our modern, Kan Its ry dnlfjr and dollvorod to your home freah every day. Let u fiond you n quart fiml thing In the morning. Phone 548 Om We'll Deliver H Promptly I And remember Delicious ICE CREAM Made of pure, rich cream and flavored with pure fruits. 'Cream ThaIs Supreme' TRY SOME TODAY Phone 548 UINTAH DAIRY PRODUCTS COMBE . NELSON, Props, E. E. Corbett, Supt. 3667 Waohlnnton Ave. Ogdcn I MANY KILLED AND HURT IN GERMAN FOOD RIOTS BERLIN'. Juno 23. Severn! per sona Hro reported to have been kill ed at Ulm. Wuerttomborg. n the course of riotous demonstrations uguliiHt tho high cost of food. Sim ilar demonstration are reported In havo occurred between the police und other parts of Germany. Many clashes tho relchewehr on the one hand und tho demonstrators on tho other. Riotous demonstrations against ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 June 1920

" S . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 'WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1 920. i I Sliirt of tke g3COR sport, outing and cvea hns& Hl nesa wear this popular polo shirt with collar attached" ha) ! been worn by a host of admirers. n We are showing them in a variety ?. of textures and pattenimga and a j range of prices that will' please both v your yanity and your purse . Yoii will -be wise in purchasing now .r in order to choose from a complete . w. stock. I May Oppose Sale of Cap Pistols in Ogden That strenuous measures may bo taken to prohibit the sale of cap pis tols and similar articles may be taken by the juvenile court, was the an nouncement made yesterday by Proba tion Officer Thomas Shveeves. He said that the sale of the toy pistols was1 prohibited by law and that several of the "weapons" have been taken from Ogden youngsters. Mr. Shreeves stated that danger of contracting lockjaw from the explo sion of the caps was present wherever the pistols were used. nn I Former Ogden High Teachers in...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 June 1920

I THE OCDENSTANDARD-AMINER. WEWESDAY, JUNE 23, 1920. , 9 I. .1 Pacific Coast League Won L-osL Pet. ! SALT LAKE 4 4 33 .595 Vernon 43 34 .370 San Francisco ,41 33 .531 LOS AngclCS 41 .14 .34r ortlAnd 33 3n . 13. Sacramento 31 4 3 . Mv Oakland 33 4 3 .4 23 Seattle. 29 - 13 .4 03 Yesterday's RgsiiIi Salt Lake, f; Sacramento, 1. i Vernon, 2; San Francisco, 2 (11 In nlngs.) .Seattle-Portland postponed; teams traveling. Oakland, 7; Los Angeles, The Series. Salt Lake. 1 : Sacramento, n. Vernon, 1; San Francl.-.co. n. Oakland, 1; Los Angolee. o. Seattle, 0: Portlnnd. 0. Tigers Defeat Seals in 11 Inning Contest i LOS ANGELES, June 23. The Ti Kers.coppod the first game of the series from thr- Seals here yesterday by a score of 3 to 2 hi eleven innings. I By winning:, the Tiger went Into sec- i ond place In the league standing, the Seals dropping to third. Dell on tnc slab for the Timers twirled shutout ball until the ninth spasm when tn? Isltors pounded oul three hits anc. 'icri the score at ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 June 1920

I '10 ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1 920. I I PICE CBN IS 1 WlflRKETFEATURE Advances in Price After De mand Sets in. 8400 Shares Being Sold Prince Con. was the feature of the tiading this morning on the Salt Lake Slock & Mining: Excnange, opening at 33c and selling as high as 35 c. It closed strong Avith this price bid for it, with S400 shares changing hands. Silver King Coal, and Tlntic Standard were also both very active, ihe former weakening in price, opening at $1. R24 and selling down to ?l.io, while thelauer was also weaker, opening at SS.LTii and selling down to. J3.10, I i. losing with this price oiu 4 3. I23i asked. Kureka Lily sold oft to 6 -4 c. Colum-, bus Kcxall brought. 4 3 and UsCt Daly I AYeat changed hands at $-.l. Lent Tmtic was active at S and Sc, turcica . Bullion was very active at 8 and S-c. Prince Con. advanced to aoifcc, Sc-Ps changed hands at SVsC. Silver Shield was active from 30 to 3lc. j and Zunia changed hands at lo and JSc. ' ....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 June 1920

! 1 THE QGPEN S 1'ANDARD-EXAIVIINER. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1 920. if 1 FOR SALE R'v j ' Real Efitate j Hfl -10 ACRES, including crop?, h". peas, po fatoofi, 5 acres pasture, abundance of wm- H r, kckhI six room brick houac. good hny H brn unci ctnblc and other Improvements. H ron'5. pizs. Implements nnd mnchincr In H Rood eonclltlon. This pnrty wants to f oil M snl the prlc Is very low nl SI 2.600. In- M eluding nil tlio crop? ready nnd nbout 1 toady to harvest. Will oxchnngc Tor Og- H den city property rs part pnymcnt. Act j quick to get the crops on this place. Vs c H nli'o have 40 ncr.i of frood pnsture close 1 to Of,lcn we will sell for $100 an ncre. 1 20 neres of which is ?ood fnrm Innd nnd 1 Is worth more thnn the price we aro ask- H Ins for the 40 Acres. H SMITH FLINDERS CO. H Over Commercial National Bank H OWN 1511 of $4000 brick five room house on J j tho bench desiring to sell will accept H seven passenger unto ns pari payment. M Terms, port each and ?30 per mpnth. O. j A. ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 June 1920

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 192o! Wt fifotA Sift- jEXatttttt ; V : OGDEN UTAH I II Jk YOU FOLKS WHO H Are Looking For WE HAVE ON OUR FLOOR SOME OF Wral THE FINEST PIANOS MADE, EVERY Sg ONE IN PERFECT CONDITION AND GUARANTEED. Summer Discount Sale I t H l FlII I iHE Marguerite Clark Tomorrow in " Most Sparkling and Cheer ' ful Picture Wished For "All women are easy to get if you use the right system." A bridt-.of two hours just started on her honeymoon and that's what she heard her husband tell a friend! So she stepped right off the train at tno next st6p plumb into a roaring whirlpool of tho wildest adventure. And before Hubby "got" her well, jo'ill say he had to go some! The "Sunniest Girl in Pictures" in a fc le of a hundred laughs by Izola For 1 ester riul Mann Page. Scenario by J oil a Crawford Tvers. Directed oy Walter Edwards. Adv. uu Roving' Marines and Baad Here Tomorrow The Roving Marines, with their famous Marine Corps band from the west coast, will arrive in Ogden to morrow .morn...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 June 1920

1 'l H WEATHER 'H rVA. MB IlAff I l5f VdK fl ITVflfVi'r Quite often ti,e mos-. intoreatlnt H JT UTAH Fair tonight ami VI- M gj 1 B IT M 1 p 0 Mj B S5?& M 9 ffl 5 I 1 I El Hm 1" i NI III 111 1 I neW8 of thc day ,s to bb found ln I 1 BH dA3:. coolc'' lo,liellt; Salll,llny frij Jy J JlJlJI frJW' w (' 'J jjfVr ry'iy' $ llv Jw th wantod 8CCt,an Fiftieth YcarNo. isl Price Five cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH TIRSDAYE 24, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P.- mT ( H A a r rs. .A. Senator Carter Glass and Tammany Leader Murphy Command Attention PROHIBITION STILL J ' PARAMOUNT ISSUE Attitude of President Wilson on Dry Amendment Is Cause of Speculation William Jennings Bryan, who is bent cn seeing to it that the Demo cratic convention in San Francis co, takes no action that can bo considered friendly to rum, was in Ogden today. Mr. Bryan arrived from Mon tana with a party of Montanans bound for the convention and he was met at the station by repre sentative Utah Democrats, who visited with the Commoner until h...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 June 1920

B 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. IHUKSDay JUNE 74, 1920. I IFire Turned On to Cover Re moval of Bodies of Protest : , ants From Streets. FORTY THOUSAND PEOPLE IN DANGER All Citizens Warned to Keep Indoors Dublin Castle's Inactivity Condemned, I ? LONDONDERRY, Juno 23. (By fch& Ahsocialcd Press.) Five Sinn J ! JTolncrs were killed by machine gun! , tirt employed to cover the removal of' several Protestants from Barrack' li.'ai. fAnln'li n -nr-' In r- in n milltnrv. I statement. - There Is a lull now (10:20 p. m.) in he fishtlng. , " The outside world has little idea of She reign of terror Londonderry has been experiencing: without respite ' bince Friday last. The casualty figures ' rrom day to day are alarm ins: enough, 1 Xut the picture only the shnouw oi me grim reality. The- truth is, none of chc forty thousand Inhabitants has, Roon 'mCa slnftp. the rlotlncr betran. I The city is virtually controlled by extremists of tho Unionists and Na tionalists, who probably number un der ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 192G. . 3 ' 1 lfl IiBBa&BBm ill ii wii iii i mj.Ii i." ' i a I Alw&ys Dependable Paramount B J " TODAY I Cartoon Comic Patlic Weekly ADOLPil 2UKOR i presents MARGUERITE ! CLARK in "EASY I TO GET g jSQaramousiltfrlcniflQiiclurc j TODAY ! COMING SUNDAY j Two Costly Pictures "PETTICOATS AND PANTS ' ' A From the Follies, in Two Reels, 6 and the Artcraft Super-Special I "APRIL FOLLY" 9 Featuring Conway Tearle and 0 Marion Davies Vjiiu.-rT-im ii iiii I ii ii ii Mill i n " I j I Relf Out for Rotary Club Vice Presidency ATLANTIC CITY. June 24. J. II. Tatrlclc, James W. Collins and George O. Relf, tlio latter standing a good chance at being elected as vice presi dent of the International Rotarians. are leading- the Utah contingents in the many parades. A spirited fight for the vice presidency Is being waged, and no less than eight candidates seek the honors. , Following the participation of Salt Lakers in the presidential ball last nigh...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 June 1920

Hf g THE OGDEN 31 ANPAKP-fcXAMINER, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, iv20 I I; THE STANDARD-EXAMINER ; PUBLISHING COMPANY R I Entered as Second-Clasa Matter at the Postofflce, Ofldon, Utah. Established 1870 I Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press ? An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun: r day morning without a muzzle or a club, f ' Subscription in Advance f ONE MONTH ? '7& vOFfe-i i ONE YEAR $9.00. . . . i MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any I newii credited to' It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local ne publlched herein. I, THIRD WARD SEWER. - When the outfall sewer, or what is better Known as the Third! ward sewer, was proposed, the cost was estimated as within the abil ity of! the city to meet, in fact, after the specifications were com I pleted, surveys made and test holes bored, the total cost of the un dertaking was placed at $450,000. This was lat...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY. JUNE 24, 1 920. , 5 ,WM tlDVE andMAREHED LIFS by, the noted author f- Sdah MCSlone Gibson 8 ITlie Joy of Motherhood. "Put her closer to mc," I whisp ered to the nurse. I felt I must pro-j ie3L-rny L:iby from hor father's dlsap- polntmcnt. t Again everything was swallowed up in the ecstatic bliss of motherhood. Poeta may rave of the soft textuio of "the rose leaf, more material mon' may talk of velvet skin but a baby's ilcah h indescribable. Jt has thy soit-. ncss of velvet, the smoothness of satin' and the illusive texture of the rose petal. It has that something whic.i only a human soul can give. "It is mine it Is mint my baby , by llttlo girl!" I I caugnt my breath and closed my lips as tightly as I could In my weak ness and I determined then and there that my child should be taught to face X the world, to face a. crisis sucn as mine; that whatevor else sue was .aught she was to bo placed where itl s.ne couiu learn tne auties as weji aa I the...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 June 1920

I REPUBLICANS NAME DELEGATES TO ! j CHOSE NOMINEES FOR JUDGES OF ;j DISTRICT COURT HERE SATURDAY!, ; 1 Delegates to the Judicial Convention of the Republican party were named at the primaries held in the various wards oC the city last night. The convention Saturday will be held at the court house, at which tune tiyo , judges and one district attorney will i be named for the coming election. I The delegates are' FIRST WARD. District No. 1 Jno. G. Willis: district No. 2, G. A. Bueh ler; district No. 3, J. W. Welch. Jr.; district No. 4, Arthur London: district No. o, Henrv Blair, Alice Collins: dls trlct No. 6. D. D. Smith, Anna Holdcn: district No. 7, Geo. A. Holt. William j. Rackham, district. No. S, C. D. Bur i ell. Fred C. Nalsbitt: district No. 0. W H. Shcotz, Mrs. M. J. Planz, Miss Pearl Watkins; district No. 10, Geo. H. Welch, Seth E. Thomas: district No. 11, Thomas Wilson, Frank Wilde; dls trict No. 12, A. G Snccd. Frank Smyth. S. J. Van Ness; district No. 15, Cathcrlno Moran; ...

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