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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY. JUNE 24, 1920. 7 I I--, m Music for , Jm Everybody ! Every Day I VICTROLA IV g From $25.00 Up iW&M "Where Everybody Goes" H GlEN BROS.- ROBERTS 8 piano co. zk$m Tel. 181 2472 Hudson Ave. I DANIELS AND PAYNE WILL TAKE TRIP TO ALASKA WASHINGTON, June 24. Secre tary Daniels and Payne will go to Alaska next month to study condi tions there as relating to their re spective departments. It is under stood the cabinet officers -will spend at least a month In the territory. They will leave Seattle July 8 on a destroyer. I uu Use of paper in the manufacture of cheap fabrics has been revived in Japan. I discount on the following I sizes: I H 35x4 X I We have Plain, Non- I skid and Cords in the above lot. They must I all go at above prices Bryan Declines To Commit Himself On Democratic Choice William Jennings Bryan was an Og den visitor for several hours today. Scores of Ogdenltes were at the sta tion to greet the Commoner. The OgUen party of Democrats...

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. — 24 June 1920

' TMfc. UtUEN STANIJAKQ-EXAMINEK, I HURSDAY. JUNE 24, 1920. 1 'j:"H Ik Democratic Convention Scenes At San Francisco ---By Staff Artist Parks 11 ' i jl S"riBRllf H . 1f''l.''gl'MT I HOMER 5. CUMMIN6S-CHAIRMAN Hillllll.llllllil 7THESE sS t if- 1 ASROW POINTS Tl iHlS. mSTO5STMlTTCE: ? I! I'' T 1 " StAVOVACE FERRYING" THE 6AV WlJTiarASOWI NOT INTERESTED IN POLITICS BUT MUCH SL l' ' ' BllSSSSSSra21- TO 5iAN FRANCISCO ' Sen. ROBT-.. OWEN OF OKLAHOMA, AS THC PROVcKSlAL. SNOWBALL.! MORE NUMEROUS THAN DELEGATES JPy---.5h -MlglSjr5'.- i mr". -,t ? J""M""""" Star ,, FIRST CAM D I DATE "TO ARRIVE. IN SAN FRANOSCO 5 jjgggj -gggg-- f 2,&n - 3r PnANcm ' ! JH I! GUESS WHO YOU'RE WRONG Dry delegates at the Democratic national convention, who had impatiently awaited the arrival of their peerless leader, thought for a moment that Bryan had arrived unheralded nnd unsung "when the greeting here snapshotted took place in San Francisco. But no it couldn't he! They recognized the man at Die left as Ar...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 June 1920

THE 0GDN STAM3-EXA 24, 1920. 9 - 1 ; ill Two of France's Most Skillful Players Defeated Ameri cans Are Successful. WIMBLEDON. Eng.. June 2C- (B the Associated Pre-.) The third day's play In the British championship tennis tournament brought fortli a number of astonishing reverses of wi expeeted results,, chief among them the defeat of two of France's most skilful players, Andre Gobcrt and William M. Laurent, who have been mentioned as franco's representatives In tho Davis cup matches. Gobert and Lnurentz were vanquished re spectively by the Japanese player. S'hlmldzu, and J. Brugnon of France. All the American players except one came through the- dny'j? piny bucccss fully. Three of them defeated oppo nents in singles' matches, while two others went through the first round of the doubles, deposing of their oppo nents in straight sets. The sole de feat of an American was due to de fault. William T. Tildcn of Philadelphia won from S. Franklin of Surrey, G-l.j G-l, 6-0, completely outcl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 June 1920

Hi - 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY. IUNE 4 ivo I ITINT1C LEADS! ttSTRING Weakness to Some Extent as 7350 Shares Are Trans ferred Trading: this morning In mining stocks on the Salt Lake Stock & jn-. , Ing "Exchange was rather active with ,! Tintic Standard demanding the great est attention. This issue was very ac tive, opening at $3.10 and weakening to a certain extent, changing hands as ' low as $3.06, 7350 shares being sold dm Ing the day. Silver Shield was J 'practicallv the only slock on the hoard ' to show anv strength whatsoever, I opening at 33Vc and advaucing to 35c, closing strong with this price bid" for it. Generally speaking the trend of the market was a little tlown a.lta Con. changed hands at 114 and lc, Alta Tunnel brought Dc, Eureka Lii was a little stronger over the close yesterday, changing hands at i 7Uc, Bullion was active at lc, Michigan-Utah was steady at SVfcc, Emma Silor sold at 6 and 7c, Prince com sold up to 3b'c, bells went at 'jc, North Stan...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 June 1920

Hl THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1920. II ,'Jfl I; FOR SALE j Real gBtate j ) ACHES. Including crops, bay, peas. pc to. 8 acres pasture, abundance of wat gcoJ six loom brick house, good htiy m nnd stable nnd other Improvements. w; visa. Implements Hnd machinery ' rrood condition. This pnrty wants to sell . il'e r-rlce Is very low at $12,600. In .ldim? all the crops ready nnd about .ady to harvest. Will exchange for Og n city property as part payment. Act oulck to grt the crops on this place. vc fiso have 40 acres of good pnoturo close to Ogdcn we will sell for 5100 an acre. U acres of which Is good farm land and Is worth more than the prlco we arc ask itu for the AO acres. SMITir & FLINDERS CO. Over Commercial National Dank APARTMENT houso close In on Wash ington avenue; has nine, two and three room apartments. Furnichcd Income J225 a month. Price 511.500. Half cash. Might corifldor part exchange. Box is. f'tandard-Esammcr. 156 NKW two-roomed furnished houso; l...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 June 1920

I. Ulah Thca!re H-. LAST TIME TODAY MHig BY SPECIAL REQUEST IInmNI MAY ALLISON pPp In Her Greatest Picture BY ALL MEANS YOU ''IrB MUST SBE THI:S GREAT' SH0W AND THE C0MEDY I MAY ALLTSO FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EARLE WILLIAMS in ' WHEN L MAN LOVES ' ' !. County Officers Finishing Up1 on Proposed Irrigation District Here Tabulation of entries and. pint tings' of the water allotments, in connection j With the proposed Weber county lr- rigatlon district, will be completed by ' Friday, according to W. P. Thomas,; county agricultural agent. The county farm bureau and the' j county assessor's offices are engaged ' in this work. The bdard of county i commissioners will meet Friday to hear final motions In connection with the adjustment of water allotments J requested by land owners who will bo i affected under the d strict. " With the completion of the records, publication of election notice will take place for three weeks, after which time an election as to whether or not the district will be c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 June 1920

H Fiftieth Year-No. im Price Five Cents , OGDEN CITY, UTAH FRID A Y EVENING, JUNE 257920. LAST EDITION 4 P. ML 11 FIRST EONS TO BE FIRED TODAY Bl DEMOCRATS National Committee Meets to NB Draw Up Temporary Roll . iH f Delegates Kl IfS MYSTERY BOOM FOR McADOO STILL ALIVE fWK Arrival of William Jennings I" !H Wet and Dry Fireworks HH SAN FRANCISCO. June 23. F'irst RH guns of the Democratic national con- BjV ventlon were fired today when the wKK' national committee mot to draw up mWm tho temporary roll of delegates. Three BH contests had been called to the com- B1H mlttcc's attention but only one 01 BHH them, that involving efforts to give r WW Senator Reed of Missouri a scat witn 'fXHH the delegation from that state. Pro'"- ytSH lsed more than routine interest. Only SfiH one contest, that from Georgia, has '!9H bec" officially filed with the com- sSHH mittce. I Tho Georgia contest results wcie H expected by party leaders to be set tied hi favor of delegates friendly to th candidacy of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 June 1920

2 - THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1920. 1 I ! , I "TWINS OF SUFFERING CREEK" I I Also 1 1 "SNUB" POLLARD COMEDY and PATHE NEWS 1 I OGDEN THEATRE j I Demand Resignation of State Chairman and of National Committeeman. MUST ACT PROMPTLY OR BE EXPELLED j I Obtaining Money From Presi dential Candidates Divulged By Senate Investigation. SEDALIA, Mo., June 24. Missouri , Republicans, representing fifteen of the sixteen congressional districts of the state, met here today and passed resolutions demanding the resignation of Jacob L. Bablor, Republican na tional committeeman from Missouri; W, L. Cole, slate chairman, and "all other committeemen guilty of similar conduct" in connection with pre-con-t ventlon funds of candidates for the Republican presidential nomination. The resolutions authorized the ap pointment of two committees whoso duty, in case of the failure of Cole and JBabier to resign, it becomes to lay all facts connected with the action ot the. meeting oday, and ac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 June 1920

' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1920. . ' . 3 1 ' M OLD RUSS DEBT BLOCKS WSiTY H Cannot Recognize Soviets Till rObligations of Czar Are HI Assumed by Reds H PARIS, June 25. Premier MUlcr- H and replying to .111 interpretation in H the chamber of deputies today said thai the resumption of political rc- H lations between France and Russia H was a matter clearly depending upon B llio Soviet's H "When the Soviet government rca- B Iizcs.that the first duty of a govcrn- H mont worthy the nanio is to assunio fc; responsibility for the international cn- 9i pagement3 of the former Russian gov- T' ernment;" said the premier, "then we H can. talk with them-, until then we H can have nothing to do with a govern- H mont which Is in reality no govern- "Wo cannot deal with a so-called PPBBJ government, which, while apparently J attempting to enter Into negotiations B wjth another government, sends at the H samo time a message to the British H uprlcmcn inviting them to .start a rcv-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 June 1920

I 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 192P. I I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. Established 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning1 without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH 9 .75 ONE YEAR 59.00.... jJ MEMBER THE ASSOOIATED 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 alor the local ne published herein. ! WATER WASTED IN OGDEN That Ogden is a wasteful city in the use of water is shown by comparing the consumption of water here with the records in other cities. But the extravagance in Ogden is not due to any predisposition oil the people to waste. The cause is traceable to the fact that the j local system is not metered. Middletomt, Conn,, up to 1013. was without motors and was c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 June 1920

M THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINEK. hRIDAY, jUiNh 2d, IVZU. 5 ' il IjOVEsMUED LIFE'S fcij. tbe noted aiathor j Idaih M?losie CSibson g I A GREAT CHANGE U was Strang? lo me tli.it when everyono else seemed to- be worry ing about John I -was perfectly calm. I did not have the slightest anxiety as to his whereabouts. It (vas usi another illustration of his thinking that ho really ruled his whole llttlo world: that everything and every one must stand still at his order and that he could do anything he pleased - without responsibility to others for his actions. Although all the others seemed to think it very strange that we had not heard from John in a week, and Charles kept absolutely mum about the telegram which he re ceived for me, I seemed to be quite sure that before another sun had set wo would hear from J&lin. IH Power for Harm Gone H As I closed my eyes I knew my H lips softened into a smile because I H realized, or at least I thought, at this H moment that never again would John ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 June 1920

6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 192C. ' If I 1 1 omorrow; I June Cash Sales Doors Open 9:00 A. M. j j Bulletins Of Sale Prices In All j f Departments f ! Don't Overlook Morning Sales j I Jt. GOOCELAgc TO TRAPS 4 11 i asls Will Put All Weight to Pledge Democrats for Change in Volstead Law SAN FRANCISCO, June 25 The New York delegation will caucus to-, morrow to name Its committee conven tion members and also further to dis cuss plans for a drive against the Vol stead prohibition enforcement act. j Whatever other delegations may do,, National Committeeman Mack of New j York, said, the New Yorkers propose j to put all of their weight behind an effort to pledge the party to amend j the act so as to permit the states to i determine alcoholic content of bever i ages for themselves within a maximum limitation to be substituted for the one- J lalf of one per cent restriction of the present federal act W. Bourke Cochran is slated to be New York's member on the conven tion res...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1920. 7 ' ii'H II $18.50 Heywood-Wakefield I I Collapsible Sleeper Suky I I .Tfe Cream or brown finish. I I JStj $19;5P French gray j I $20.00 frosted black 1 i Sale starts Saturday morn- 1 I Body Steel, with reed sides. I Upholstering . . . LEATHER-CLOTH Seat, reclining back, I I foot-rest, unci liood. Hood lias tin-plat- 1 ed joints and friction adjustment. 1 r Wheels '. .'. . ... 10-inch wire wheels, enameled, with - I inch rubber tires and nickel-plated hub I I Body Color Combinations Upholstery 1 Baronial ' ' T Otear Brown. j x- , , Brown , H I -ural . B,ack .ith Ivory Whccls J nn t I French Gray Gray Gray Frosted Black Black with Ivory. "Wheels Gray W Measurements 1 I Width of body 14 inches Length of bed with back up 22 inches I 2 Length of bed with back down 33 inches 1 1 Hood to seat , 22 inches I This Sulky is equipped with Heywood Self-adjusting Elliptic I Spring 1 I PEA HIS I BEGIN OPERATION Several Factories Start on Run Whi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 June 1920

H ' I ; - 8 -THEOGDEN STANDAF JUNE 25, 1920: - I I Policy Will Include Centering Control of War Declaration in Parliament ROME, June 25. Giovanni Giolltti, premier and minister of tho interior, was accorded an ovation in tho chamber- o deputies when he formally an nounced to tho deputies tho composi tion of the cabinet formed Juno 1G and In an address outlined the policy his government would pursue. Among the points which came in for particu lar applause were tho premier's an nouncement of a modification of ar ticle five of the constitution, giving pm;Uamont alono the right to make war, his declaration for some kind of control as to Italy's foreign policy and his demand for a reduction In army expenditures and concerning other fi nancial projects. Answering interruptions by tho ex tremists concerning Albania, Promicr Giolltti said: "I have no hesitation In declaring that the government Is not in favor of a protectorate for Albania, but de sires to see the Independence of that countr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 June 1920

1 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY JUNE 25, 1920. 9 fH l,l'"MrTTnTlnl rii---- i iii ii iiii 1 . - , hi - ' - " I HUNCH SAD 'WATCH US;' mw justlook at m Cardinal Aggregation Presents Wonderful Fighting Qualities; Looks Like Pennant Winner IF ii JAUv V1SIOGK. 1 ii LCi nar Ioita 1 .Vciyti Sporttnjr L'dllor. XI5W VOIlk". June 23. "Anyihrng Cincinnati can do wc can do.' V.nn .md. sec for yourself!" The speaker was Branch Rickey. Hi was standing m the lobby of 'the Waldorf-Astoria confabbing aboui the winning of the pennant by the Ilcdx and di.scuublng lne prospects of ilic Cardinals of 10.0. The time was last winter, during1 llic National league meeting, a pro pitious time for a manager lo get a little hot atcve steam off his chest and give the faa back home something to dream about. Itlckcy made the foregoing asser IIl.. . .1 . Ills altitude vvns that of'n man wlioi might, have been thinking: "Thin probably will bo taken for bunk, but it's my story and I'm going to stick lo it." Natur...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 June 1920

10 THE OGDEN STANDAKU-hXAMlNhK, I-K1DAY, JUN 25, 1920. , I 1NES STOCKS " IKSTEff Prince Con. and Zuina Show Strength on Opening Session Trading: today on tho Salt Lake Stock & Mining Exchange was again vathcr quiet, with the prlaes in the majority of tho stocks about steady. Thore were a lew changes In tho more active stocks. Prince Con. and Zurua showed considerable strength on the opening, the former selling as high as 37c. The latter advanced to 20c. but weakened again before the elosc. Prince Con. closing with the stock of fered at SGc, while only lGc was bid for Zurna and ISc asked. Tintic Standard was not quite as active as it has been for the past few days, only 435 shares changing hands at $3.05, and $3.17V. closing with ?3,05 bid end $3.10 asked. Alta Tunnel sold at 5c, Columbus Rexall brought -16 and -iGc. East mown Point was a little stronger, ad ancing to 2 Vic, iron Blossom brought JSc, Iron King cllanged hands at -3-V4C, New Quincy was active at 5c, Emma Silver won...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1920. 11 !! j FOR SALE " H ' Real Estate . J Ib 40 ACRES, Including crops, hay. pens, po- tatoc.i. S acres pasture, abundance of wnt EH cr crK) filx room brick bouse, pood nay H barn nnd ;s table nnd other Improvement", H rows, plffs. Implements end machinery In 1 good condition. Thin pnrty wnnts to sell 1 nnd the price Is vory low at $12.G00. In- 1 cludlnir all the crop read nnd about Hl ready to harvest. Will exchange for OS- H dan city property as part payment. Act m qulclc to fret the crops on this place. v e H ulno hnve 40 acres of jrood pasture close to OEOon we will ell for $100 an acre. H 20 acres of which la Rood farm land and j la worth more than the price wo are asK H In? for the 0 ncre.i, SMITH & FLINDERS CO. H Over Commercial National Dank APARTMENT houue cloac In on Wash Ingrton avenue: haa nine two and tlirco room nparlmcnla- Furnished ,lnconi 5225 a month. Price J11.500. Half cash. Mljht consider port exchange. Box is...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 June 1920

1 Friday. 1UNE 25, i92o. tan&mi)-Mttrotgr og I I VIEW WONDERS OF SOUTH UTAH District Forester and Photog rapher Return From Won der! ancUfcenery "With four of the west's grandostj and most picturesque wonder spots accessible by a natural, detour of about two hundred miles, Fish lake, Bryce Canyon, the Grand Canyon and Little ion canyon, not to mention the won derfully colored Cedar Brakes near t'edar City, an additional feature to Ihc Arrowhead Trail will be devel oped according to predictions made to lay by L. F. Kncipp, district fores Mr. Kncipp. who has just returned .from a 1.200-milc trip through South--crn Utah, in company with E. S. Shlpp, photographer for the forest Service, stated that the scenery em bodied bv this detour would constitutes 3 he greatest feature of the Arrowhead Trail, if It was developed as a portion of the trail. There are adequate tamping facilities, a variety of scen erv which surpasses any of Its type In the world, and facilities for excel-j lent ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 June 1920

UTAH Generally fair tonight . U ' 8 EMT I i l-dlTa tf Silllk I IB BB JjlTil fl 1 mAjf ill liiT i IT Quite often the morf Ir.terestln; Fiftieth Year-No. ioi Price Five cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 26, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. mT I. 9 S 3 S 9 Escaped Lunatic Stabs Four I YANKEES SHOW I NO HATRED TO I F0RMERF 0 E S Coblenz Germans Prefer Amer flH cans to French and Are HI Satisfied fl .FAMILIES OF OFFICERS LIVING WITH THEM HIT Frauleins Enjoy Life Who Have H Yank Doughboys for Their Beaus WM BY MILTON BROXXER, (European Manager X. E. A.) 1 " COBLENZ. Germany. June 26. Do "the Yanks who fought like bear-cats In H tho Argonno, display any hatred to- Bfl wards their lale foes." HH If they do, you can't notice it in this H. capital pf the American zone of occu- H' pation. To all outward appearances, the American troops and the German clv- ilians get along as comfortably a3 u Hj big- fot and a soft old shoe. Many American Kiddles. Most of the officers have brought j their fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 June 1920

BSMIM-BMIIWBIBIIBIBIBilBjlBBBBB V 2 THE' OGPfcN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1920. Union Men Receive Announce Hf ment With Undisguised t Satisfaction. I HEADERS WORRIED : OVER SITUATION H Most Conservative Unionists Complained Bitterly and . H. Strike Was Impending. WASHINGTON. June 25. An nouncement by the railroad labor board in Chicago today that its award in tho ponding wago controversy w.guld be given on or before July 2U 's expected by both government offi jlals and railway union heads to cxer cine a powerful influence in alleviating jnrest among the workers. Setting of a definite date for an- H! nounclng the award was revolved with undisguised satisfaction by union Ht A heada, who were plalnlyworrlcd by the sporadic strikes in Baltimore, Phlln delphla and other eastern railway cen tcrs. They said tonight that not only B1'' could the announcement by the board Vj be expected to prevent the spread of walkouts, but it would undoubtedly ( tend to bring about a return of m...

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