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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 June 1920

H Tuesday nnd In souUnvcst por- fcfty Jj M J$MJr V tj 'w'ffi V ST jlf Vtt 9 W W VW' SW I ;,w.u. Ycar-No. i5 Pnc, nv. cm. OGDEN CITY, UTAHM6DAEVEN1nG, JUNE 28, 1920. - LASTEDIT1QN 4 pTm. ' 1 o .n. Rb aR afia fl& d& fii 'B' $P 'CUMMINGS FLAYS REPUBLICAN PARTY I 1 Si !EH . Trains Attacked, Passengers NI Wounded, Soldiers Called to Restore Order ROME, June 27. Quiel was re I stored today by carabineers In the I central part of Ancona, according to I dispatches from that city, the an I archl3ts who have been creating- serl I Due disorders there retiring to the sub I urbs. I One hundred and ninety-three per I sons wora placed under arrest. Threei I have been killed In encounters with P policemen. It is said women parllci II pated In the fighting. H Two trains wore attacked near Por I gacclo. On one train eight passengers wcrq, wounded and five subsequently I died. . Tho other train was carrying1 I police, of whom ono was killed and I - four wounded. I Part of Deep Scheme U ROME, J...

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. — 28 June 1920

2 ........ THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 2tt, ivzu. ! I TEXAS TO CAST I FORTY VOTES f National Committeeman Love l Assures Friends State Will Stand For Favorite I DEMAND FOR MoADOO f CON ST A NTIYJN CREASING j I Uhinstructed Delegates Arriv Mk ing in City Express Strong V' Sentiment For Mac H SAX Jf'ItANClSCO. June l"7'T!,'Ji Iriond. of AVilliam C3. McAdoo ha e received what thoy characterize as as smmce Uiat. if nominated, Mi. -Mc-i Adoo will accept. I H The definite statement that J r., McAdoo .would accept was made b. , H ; Thomas Love, national committeeman j from Texas. ., " 'I say with assurance that. i nomi- nDUod. he will accept," Mr. Love do- f olared in a formal statement. HH-- While Mr. Love declined to elabo- HWi 1 rat, McAdoo supporter? were unan- imouj in declaim that the announce. i 1 1 ment might be talc an as authentic. Mi. HHf ' Love, who 5 one of Mr. McAdoo's close ( HHT nersonal friends, was an assistant soc-, H ' rotary of the treasury under him, and...

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. — 28 June 1920

11 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMInA, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1920. 3 !IH I- TURK CAPITAL GETS MUCH Greeks Continue to Advance and Nationalist Depression Grows Accordingly SCHEME TO OVERTURN ' SOCIAL ORDER SEEN Assailants Repulsed When Barracks at Pisa Are Rushed . by Revolutionists l CONSTANTINOPLE, June 2S. (By The "Associated Press). Constantino-, J pic Is beginning to feel, the effects of the Greek advance. The Creek steam er Yactnthus lias arrived here, having on board slNty nationalist officers cap tured June 23, and Greek refugees are arriving from Black Sea ports and the interior villages between Ismtd and Constantinople. They report that the, Turkish are burning Creek villages, and shooting Greeks. According to the refugees this 13 out a forerunner of a general Moslem at- j tack upon tho Greeks, which is ex-1 pected when the news generally is cir culated through Anatolia of the Greek advance. . , I The Nationalists of Trcbizond pro-, vlnce have begun deportation ofj Greeks into the inter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 June 1920

H 4 . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1920. " .H THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered ns Second-Class Matter at the Postofflce, Oadcn, Utah. Established 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun fl day morning without a muzzle or a club. Hl Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH $ -75.-rfrtn H ONE YEAR .OO....0 MEMBER THE ASSOOIATED PRESS f"3 Tho Associated Precs Is exclusively entitled to the uso for republication of any news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local ne I ' published herein. Ill FRANCE MAY SEEK FAVORS. AVilh France in financial distress, this country is to- be appealed l to in hope of postponing thejimo when the French government must r - begin to pay the debt due the United States. It is stated that plans have been made for n mortviorinm of the ri'llied debts owed the Unilcd States, and on this subject an .Ameri can, newspaper m...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 192G. 5 'jH iLOVE and MARRIED LIFE! Ijij. the mated author t IH .MOTHISIt T,OVK Hl "Mow did you know I was going to H will her Mary." I asked Charles as he I H he came 10 my room after telephoning i H "I have heard you tell your mother! H ' n thousand times that If you ever liad I j ii little baby girl you would name lt H Mary after her." Charles .said noth-j H lap more, but his face lighted up. as he H camo toward my bed and looked down H nt my baby, fast asleep in the crook of H my . arm. Truly she was something H very, very wonderful, Her little ronc- H leaf eyelids wore almost transparent H and with a little imagination 1 could H almost sec her golden brown eyes bc- f hind them. Her tiny mouth kept curl- Hr' ' ln iP into those little movements H ! that only a mother describes as smiles. H ller miniature hand kept reaching out H as if to find me. H "Isn't she beautiful?" I asked. H "Don't you think she is the most beau- H -j, tlful ba...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 June 1920

H b THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1920. H H i Tuesday and j I 1 H I Wednesday te ! I I 100 Trimmed Hats in This Sale J j 1 ( A clean up in our millinery de- -K I r g partment. An exceptional showing JS2? I B of hats in every way. Smart new j J . j I y I models. Hats which have been two Ci 1 h 1 and three times this clean up price. ' Pk I : 1 LAURENE P. FOLKERSON I -W. 1 ; ! Distinctive Millinery 8ui I I. B. II. ROBERTS TELLS OF MISSION rf OF CHURCH TO CROWD ATTENDING . NORTH WEBER STAKE CONFERENCE Two sermons dealing with the mis-j sion of the church were delivered by j j President Brigham IT. Roberts at the ' , pensions of the North Weber stake fl ; nuarterly conference yesterday morn-V- ing and afternoon. Presjdeut James' i Wotherspoon presided and was assist-' 1 ed by his two counsellors. Presidents; : .John V.. Bluth and F. W. Stratford.! ; Large congregations that filled the tab-i j ernacle to overflowing were in attend-! B'tl ance at both sessions of the confer-...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 June 1920

EH - THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY. IUNE 28. 1920. Three Thousand Meier Course and Purse of 300,000 Francs Carried. I CLASSY FIELD OF STARTERS AT P0S1 , United Stales Represented By I EB William K. Vanderbilt I Big Sum Wagered EH PARIS, Juno 2 7. Comrade, an HH) English bred horse, but owned by V,. Wm' de Saint Alary, today won the Grand IM Prix, dc Paris In a driving finish, with EHHj Emory second and Sourblcr third. Tlie 9H horses wero heads apart at the finis);. H Bcllhousc, an American Jockey, rode jSHI Embry. Four American and elevci GH English jockeys had mounts. BH The Grand Prix, which waa at three HjH thousand meters, carried a purso of HH 300,000 fran-ca. The time was 3 niln- HJ utes. ajid 16 2-5 seconds. K- - t Never In the history of the race had ' t" sucli a classy field of starters come HHfl to tli (j post on the Longchamps course. H The United States was represented, by William K. Vaudorbilt's Batlersea, ; HaH with Frank O'Neill up. Guy Garner, another American ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 June 1920

H 8 E ,9!9pm ,5JADKPxMlNERi Jny, JUNE 28 T92- H ' For Subscription and Advertising Department, Call Phone No. 56. B RANDOM I 1 REFERENCES mWM Bail Forfeited Jack Wallace, arrest el yesterday for speeding, failed to ap pear before Uie city court this morn ing. His ball, amounting to ?5, was kw declared forfeited. ' Phone 502 for messenger. t : ' Motorists Speedinq Complaint that 1 motorists are exceeding the speed laws Hl in traveling through North Ogden to V tne extent that iheir recklessness is endangering lives, -was made by J. H. H ; Brown of North Ogden, who appeared 7 ' before the board of county commis- H--, sioners. The board announced they I would place extra officers along the H j North Ogden pavement in an endcav- Hp- orto apprehend the guilty motorists. i Back From School Dick Graves, l! son of Fire Chief George Graves, has returned from a year's work at Hj Stanford University. Sailors Here Twenty sailors were Ogden visitors today en route to the naval training station at...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 June 1920

H FOR SALE H TUB GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO. H JG Twftntv-fourth St, Phono 2S0-261 H .53150 New five loom modorn bunpolow. H Cement baomciit. Bet of bath fin- H litres. To be rinlshed In two weeks, j ).orjt-(i in north part of town. Lot H v .10x150. SSOO cnpli. Dalanco terms 5 H pop rent Intorcsti H ?400 rivf room modern bungalow. Full t cement luutemont. Double laundry H tubs Lhillt In features. In excellent H condition. Located close In on bench. H Term?. , , H Don't mil to mco us In rejrard to so- H eral now bungalows wo have now In H course of construction. H THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO. H A1C Twcnty-fourth St. Phones 280-2S1 H 30iu K SMITH-FLINDERS CO. H Commercial Notional Rank Bide 1 Phono H Mrs. Saundors. City Department j ' New four room brick bungalow, close H In on bench: Inrg- sleeping porch, pood j basement, hordwcod borders, large Kltcn H on cabinet, beautiful light fixture?, and a H prood lot. Only f 4000; term?. Immediate H possession. 1 Two four room modem houses wltn L lars...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 June 1920

I Monday, june 2o, !92o. ' Slfg jtahimrfl-xmtttttgr ocuu. I in pgBBBUJ 1 1 '" 1 1 1111 ( j Uho Bet of Luck." Special at ! TODAY fp, The tremendous Drury Lane melo- k; j drama of daring docds, perils, high g romance and startling surprises, ) M' ncw tw'st by which the Flame ' m I fails to ccorcli the wings of the Jfr Moth and the Fly eludes the Spider. .af And a two-reel comedy. No raise flnfl in prices. Largest and nfoGt com- I $ fortable seats. If Eastern Tourist j Party Here Tonight 11 Sixty-seven tourists from Chicago if ' and other eastern points will be en- II tcr,talned at the Hermitage in Ogden If Canyon this evening prior to depart-j If Ing for Yellowstone park. The party If arrived In Ogden it 3 o'clock from li the east over the Union Pacific. Ij Every Saturday evening a train from I Chicago departs for Ogden with from II 50 to 75 tourists on board bound for It m the great wonders of Yellowstone. I A special booklet published by the Ij . - Chicago Great Western and the Unio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 June 1920

Fiftieth Yr-No. 164 Price Five cent8 OGDEN CITY, UTAH TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 29, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M. - TREND TOWARD CANDIDATE IS LOOKED FOR I Ml - m, A JUL. ) , g tQ ig g igj g gp py v II AMERiGANS WILL HAVE HAND IN I GERNUN LIS . Arrival of Director General Heineken Lends Significance to Many Rumors IMPORTANT MEETING IN N. Y. LOOKED FOR Harriman Interests Get Control of Navigation Corporation; Make Announcement NEW TORK. Juno 29. Arrival hero today of Director General Philip Helncken, of the North German Lloyd steamship companv with other dlcec tors and assistants gave significance to reports that American Interests In the near future arc to have a big hand in Germany's former great sea transportation line", and routes. , Helncken refused to discuss the im mediate object of his visit but an im portant conference is looked for in vlev of the recent announcement by I the United States mail steamship , company, to which the shipping board allocated sixteen former German stealers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 June 1920

H J2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1 92C. , , TODAY Mariou Davie j in "April Folly" and "Petticoats and Pants" i MAR. I O N ' DA V I E S w. ite I COSMOPOLITAN production, APRIL FOLLY1 I PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFT PICTURE I COMING THURSDAY TO I SATURDAY I Robert Warwick in "Thou Art I tli . Man." I 10c and 20c I I SANDY HOOK. X. . -June 2S. The Shamrock IV, which will meet the Resolute for the America's cup off Sandy Hook next month, was given a short spin todav with her full crew of It was decided not to match her against the 23-meter Slfiimrock, hut to take some of the.orew of, the trial horse and place th6m aboard the chal lenger In order t,o.dctermine how the great, green sloop 'would handle with her full complement. Rain, however, set in soon after ihe wcrkov.t began, and put an end to the trial abruptly. II Americans Returning I From Overseas .Trip NEW YORK. June- 2S. American I delegates to the International Wom- I an's Suffrage alliance consress. hold m- in Genoa las...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 June 1920

MH THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1920. 3 H KjI Wi.iltJ- --jognraro ' " Bootleggers Be Wary Keep Tab On Friends This One Didn'tSorry I Bootleggers take notice' If you have a friend that owns a "HlUjy. .. ouc of the famous twentieth century plants for the manufacture of something: to klnda bite the tongue, and if you oiuer said friend's apart ment, or cellar, or home, be sure thai you enter either before or aftor, pre ferably after the officers have ar rived. At least that is the advice dealt forth by Sullivan of Elko, New, of whom this story is told. Sullivan la a business man of ISlko . and is in business with one Smith j,, 10 also of Elko. An invitation wsw ex tended to Sullivan by Smith to par take, of the old time "gin." the invi tation being accepted without a sec ond "Ah come on." Each partook it is said and each re tired eaYly. Smith being used to the "home-made" stuff, was up bright nnd early the following morning ready 10 I VALUATION OF STATE LOWERS Decrease...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 June 1920

4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1920. THE STANDARD-EXAMINER! PUBLISHING COMPANY H Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Poctofflco, Ogden, 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 j ONE MONTH 5 '75 n-x ONE YEAR ; 9.00. . . Ci 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 not published herein. I J - DISCUSSING POLITICS. :- During this period oE political turmoil, when men and women H begin to grow emphatic in pointing out the merits of their own side and the shortcomings of the opposition, bear in mind that harsh comments do not win converts, i A salesman,, in giving counsel to a clerk, offered him this ad- r vice: When a customer has a grouch what then? hi t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 June 1920

' I LOVE and MMfPD LIFE . the noted aiathor S Mali M'CeloBe CEilbson . . ni.j.u;, i .i'i 'fiIMum.Wiao I THE OUIJA BOARD. ( Charles said nothing as I voiced my i doubt oC John's coming making mo happier, but I113 face took on a very .sympathetic expression. "T must be going now," he said. Then putting his hand into his pocket he remarked, "Oh, I had almost forgot ten to hand you (hia." "Do you think the nurse will let you read it," he asked somewhat tantaliz Sngly, as he held the thick square en velope Just away from my reaching j fingers, j "It looks interesting," I said, "but; not greatly exciting. I think she will ( let me read It. 1 never get' exciting let ters you know." "Oh, but this letter has a foreign postmark." "Please let me have it," I pleaded, holding out my hand, for when he told me of the foreign postmark I knew myj letter was from Karl shepard. I knew it was the letter I had seen him write in my vision. "Charles," I said, "did you ever read DuMaurier's novel of Peter ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 June 1920

H a ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1920. ! I " Navy to Train Them for Six I Weeks to Three Months H Approximately ten young men of fj . COgden, between, the ages of sixteen HI 'and twenty years, will be given the j opportunity to enter naval experimen ts ! tal schools which are to open at Great Lakes and Hampton Roads. July 15, Bra .'for a six week's period, according to Si Z information received In Ogden this 4 ; morning by Chief Petty Officer J. R KW O'Connor, In cliargc of the naval re-, bruiting office here fltj ", The schools arc made possible 5; " through a provision of the naval ap """"propriation bill which was approved V"1, June 4, ''.' Each of the schools will have ac- . .comodation for 1,000 young men and J the Instruction will bo largely practical according lo the announcement. It Cwlll Include physical development, dls- "eipline, education of character, and i the cultivation of naval traditions, re- ,oreatlon and religious Instruction, : - in order to r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 June 1920

11 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1920. v -' I i Perfect Fitting wnl? ' Pajamas jOj A" S ' W AILORED pajamas of correct B fit and cool weight fabrics are A very essential to a man's com fort and restfulncss on hot summer nights. We're very exacting in the t xp selection of ours. They must be of ' refinep! patternings. of cool, servica-''-UL ae c'015 8ightly fashion fea- -T. -' tures and, above all, of proper fitting proportions for men of all builds. IFordson Machine to Cut and t -Thresh Crop; Then Plow, ? M Harrow and Seed Ground Modern methods In farming will be Introduced to Weber county farmers at the "Combe Farm" at Uintah, July ' 21. 22. 23 and 21, according to word given out today by II. 13, Hlldebrand of Bloomlngton, 111 , who will dem onstrate the Fordson tractor to farm ers of this section. J Moro than 50 tractors wil bo placed in operation on the farm. The wheat on the farm at thlo stage will first bo cut, then thrashed, by the machines. The ground will th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 June 1920

I Democracy's Ups and Downs - By Martin h. Giynn i ' IB 1 : . 1 H. ' Drawing from a rare and abundant fund of information acquired H through twoscorc years of intimate associations with the nation's leading H men, Martin H, Glynn, of Albany, former Governor of New York, will pre- H . sent to readers of this newspaper a graphic and absorbing sketch of the H history of the Democratic party. He seas the romantic thrills of politics; 1J , he narrates the stirring episodes of the conventions of other days with the Wi pen of a true historian. Through his story runs a delightful human touch f J which links the personalities of great figures in history closely with their I a party. It forms' ihe-hisloric setting for the Democratic convention to meet f-J "T" in San Francisco. M Mr. Glynn himself has played many an important role in his party. j I Born on a farm in Kinderhook, Columbia county, the ''cradle of modern U. Democracy," Mr. Glynn grew up under the influence of the Mdrtin Vqn Burcn ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 June 1920

II Impossible for Boxer to Retire I and Then Make Good I Af Showing on Return I It lakes a long time and some rough I going to prove to some of the pugs I that it is next to impossible to stage a I comeback after one has retired from I squared circle activities. Joe Mandot. I of New Orleans, at on! time one of I the best lightweights in the land, re- J cently tried a comebnck in the four- I round affairs on the Pacific coast. I Mandot had several scraps with the I so-called seventh raters, and in none of them did lie show anything near , like the form he displayed when he I - was a regular scrapper. Mandot is now convinced that it is I impossible for a boxer to retire and then comeback. He was out of the I game only about a year and a hnlf I when he essayed his return, and dur I Ing his absence from the ring he took excellent caro of himself. I The Now Orleans lad declares he would, never have believed the difficul- I ty of returning to the ring, had he not I experienced ii himself....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 June 1920

mm Ml H - ' , THE OGDEN 51 ANDAJRD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1920. ' Trading on Salt Lake Ex change .Shows Genera! Downward Tendency (1JThe trading today on the Sail Lake gfpck & Mining Exchange continued ouiet, with the general tendency still dbWnwardf Prince Con. was the heav iest trader and the most active stock -of ihe day, it depreciating in value 5 cents from the opening price. This stock oponed at 3C cents and aold off rapidly to 311: cents on the first call ajd on tile second call It continued downward to 3 0 cents, closing with this price bid for It and with 31 cents asked. Tlntic Standard also continued Weak, changing hands at ?2.90. Alta Con. brought c, Beaver. Cop rcr changed hands at lc. Iron Blos som brought 2SVc, May Day sold at U,c, New Qulncy changed hands at c, Emma Silver sold at 7c, Sells v eakencd a trifle, it changing hands r.s low as 5Vc, andZuma brought 17c. Quotations rurnlsbcd over private' wire of J. A. lloglc & Co., . Kcclcs Building.) ' ! 1,1 A...

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