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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 July 1920

I .! 1 I "' I UWE and MARRIED LIFEi I I the noted author 1 f Idah MSGlone Gibson K Wit s si UPRISING I E3TTER- Lwfl'' The letter dropped from my nervous HH 9 mgcrs. BH 1 wondered Why Kail Hhepard H should write these thing to me HH "Old ever nny woman have Ju.-t this rPM i. m l of experience':" 1 ;isko rn - J f QBB V Mid then my Hps curled, in derision AWLMm j .M I rrm inhered th.a probatdv no iH j WOmftn of today could cull up an enio- 1 tlon or live through an experience that J vvas not old when Athene was young. Hl it was really n novel situation. Bl Whan K.iri Shopard had been where RI he c ould talk to where he couiu ESII ' me Overy duy, he had never opened I hie heart t m in the waj was d. tr ln;: ,,ow- And his peculiarly psychic Hp c: perienecs. hlch h.v meil to iHEflfl I have been duplicated In my case, ni- HfHy I though not to such a great extent, ate IHvf I most interesting. QMj I "1 wonder If he knows about Utile Ltmm Mary," l said to myself as I took up B I the letter ag...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 July 1920

I SET FUND FOR SCHOOL WORK Director of Americanization Reports Ogden District to Receive $347 An appropriation of $847 has been awarded Usdcn to carry on American ization work, the funds coming from i n state board of education) It was j announced yesterday. Arert It. Thur m:in. dlroctor of AmMlr:iiii7.iilin In ihe school of L'lah, reported a fund r $6,000 on hand for th American ization work In the state, which he had apportioned to v n distrw is on the basis of expenditures In !) dm Uleis for ths rlrt.-s of work. The apportionment folio I Granlw- district $114. B1 Salt Iike county 162 ' Carbon county IM tl Jordan district 8141.75 Tooele count 851. 0J Lcgan district II 00 Ofden district 847.00 ' Politics" either of the airing pull l ing nr. party affiliation kim! shall play no part In th selci Hon of a man B ko fill the office of superintendent of I public Instruction in rtah. This was d terrnlui'd v-sli-rd-i l the state board of education, which neM lis meeting in ihe CepUol and a...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 July 1920

I' j THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY. JULY 1. 1920 I .;r- 60 SCOUTS Tfi 1 MAKE PARK TRiP I' f Delegation to Leave Here j July 20 for the Yellow- 'Ji I Mora than forty boys of troops 16 yUl and 21 of thr local Boy Scouts have fl Already si-m-d ii to tukr tin- trip to H Yellowstone during th" latter part of Bfl the present month ami It Ik rxp- ted K that more than 60 will be on hand' jflHHj when the train depart for the north.' BHH i .Movies of the trip will he taken byi HHJi a local photographer and will be I ifH I screened at an I (?dcn theatre. Thf , 1 now of the doing each day will be . 1 li to th- Stundard-Examln i HHI from points In the park, the hcoiUs Kjftl " lioi,,i j, i .-.ftinc liur f th. tour rJL 1, I r. Charles ' Plummet, Utata nnt- i, i urallat; th park nipervlaor, w 0 II I J'tdg-. 1 1" Steele. Scout Exeru- BBr I i tlvo G. A. Goates and several other jfcHn I local ncout men and physicians will P I accompany the scouts on the trip. B I I They will have Ogden about Ju...

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. — 1 July 1920

ri nr iw mil in bit- ""j I p ijfc" Wlf'' A'Vlcd Irom Lou Telle.-er B J llflw JmfEji: JfewBB an(l Willard Mack's bio; I I B 'iiBH8KBWfcJiB singe A PHOTOPLAY ELL WORTH WHILE FOR THE I1 ; i i i w . ' SHOEING Gunday Step Out Some With Tom Mix in "ThE TERROR" Ycu Will Remember It. I 'BOMBS,' WHISPERS SOMEONE, AND THEN COMEJHE POLICE Dr. F. C Osgood found two tin ran, suspiciously wirsd together, behind the rear wh of hit auto mobile hl h v .1 - ) 1 1 ... .! on Hinl -ton avenue, across !h street from the CoJ. Hudson building last night at A.3'J. "Bombs" "sfjtneono whispered, and nn Immediate -reluctance to. move the suspicious hooking r:ni was manifested by thor pn rnt, anions whom were H. E Skinner, manager of the Alhambra theatre. George W. Goshen, una others, ac cording to the polite. "Let's pot a coT" some one sug gested. The suggestion WSS heartily ap proved ;ind Ietcniei vV A Tay lor and C K. Noble were called to the s ene Noble lewed the bombs suspic iously. He cautiously extended ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 July 1920

B THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY. JULY 1, 1920. 9 I I- f N Utah National Bank j I Trebles It's Capital, J Officers Announce IjH VVltb the arrlvnl this morning of a MH I telegraphic rilopatch from the romp- gEI trolfer of currency in Washington, the H I Utah National hank of Ogden. Ib au- H I ttiortaed to operate tinder greatly In- JH 1 CTCaacd capitalization ml pl.n the Institution In i one ol the HB I largest ami xtrongest hanks In the In- B I i' rrnouniHln country. Heretofore Ihe Bl With the -nithorlzatlon H)l H "f today the hook have heen changed 1 H lO how the addition of $3f0.U00 of B H new capital ntock and $100,000 SUr- I ' I , surplus reaching $600,000 iii Increase raises 'he capital to Him. iim '..rmer moi;ni The fJL 1 , w.. reas represent! new sums invrtea WSmW I ' Stockholders with the transfer of ER I I sonic earnings of past sears from the rHf I undivided profits account to the cap If iJUL ' At .1 stockholders' meeting held laitl m March It was voted to Increase ...

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. — 1 July 1920

I How Tilden Resuscitated Dying Democratic Party I Soft Money Was Killing Ir in '76; He Fought It as He Fought Prohibition in '53 A Resume of Tilden's Career and His Tutelage by Van Buren I 1, In this the second instalment of former Governor Gljnttff political reminiscences Samuel 1 T$i-n ap rear as the hero of his -torv. with anecdotes of the great lawyer who was disappointed of the Presidency " ft dafne from h i beginning s 3 politic pupil of Martin Van Buren fnelnjing his "wet" st. . m M P'- hih'fon campaign of ttsi nd h " T markahle successes as Governor of tne Fmpire State j Rr MARTIN H GLYNN r I K TWAIN onr ld of proml IV A - . m.n in V A politic l like a hnUle Of per fumery In a glue shop 11 my moderate the tench hut doesn't destrnv it " Them word IV the snhlerf of thl sketch: th worfl" describe the ritf" of Samuel ' THdn. tilt reformer, the politician nrt the man For sixteen ink sftar Buehaimri left the While HOUOT ha DMBbcnitlC partv In the nation went ,1oi'n m defeat after...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 July 1920

BSSB HPagJP"' I it ' $ HUT MEN SEEK 1 I GO WITH JACK George Nelson and Romonoff BLpr in Ogden Seeking Matches: Interest Is Keen H(F I George Nelson. Srti of the iet light' Kf i'Hi-t in t hi west in pni' Hl I .he world title now held by Ad Bn- m HF W ogden reeterdaj R I Jng to get a match with Jack Herbert- Bfj I roil of Ogden. NelKen whs her for Hi K MVvrml hours but was dieeppcinted In V E hl effort! belflf unnhlo to m l 'he lo H tal man to agree to mevl him 'n a H m bMl two In three fall match. H Ju-t whv H.irt.r n Is side-trnck- B ihk the blf bOy from m-Mon In not H m known, but Kelson is out v. it)- the H statement thut he I6O0 In raaft IH K i.i hot that he can win from the a t a ' w m Ith Harbei teon i r hi I 'I. b tiei mat ordln to h kV 1 K Nelson was formerlv of Salt Lake anrl has esta bllshid .1 Kroi'.t tfW-ne III the mat world In the past f e .v e-.-. H fans of the city have oodloa of coin lo BBBH L.il made between Harbertson and Nelson u ith Ihe IO ll ii l "" ' v i inr at ...

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. — 1 July 1920

III THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY. JULY ). ivza I PLUTUS LLAUS I DAY'STRADING Operations in Mining Stocks Fairly Active With Ma jority Steady The tmdlng this mornlnk in mining ninrk on the Snlt lvke 'took & Mln Ing Ejfh.mge wsn fnlr) ,-ictlve. with! price in the majorlt ot lha stocks! about slrnrt. I'hitus which was 'h"( feature of thr mnrket nnd Tlntlc Standard were nbout the only two j stocks to show any Hironpth whntso- ever, the former opening V 32 cents, and selling as high an 37 cents H losed strong with If. cent bid and 3. rrnts nsked, while 'h, lifter was very, active. 4.400 shares changing hands as high as S3. 00. American Con. Copper sold at 2 omits, Big Hill nrough. I cents. Kareku Uly was steady at cents Columbus Rexall sold as low as 44 cents. Mfchi" H pan-T'tah wa motive at 8V4 cents. ; H Kureka Bullion chanced hands at lft H ctwnts. Prince Con brought 31 anil LH 31 cents. Sells sold as Ion as cants, H Silver King Ton honirM and H Zuma changed hands al 1 7 ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 July 1920

HbbLbbbsH UK THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1920. 13 BaSBBBBBBBBBBBsW --WJW.o m m. m -- I AJi - - B ,f- FOR SALE "Wgir. P I Real Estate j V BY OWNER flour room hotiM furnished VjH tj fruit, herrle.. garden, big lot '12 Twelfth H i r'rtu $2500 $1000 or more 1804 HjB or write BSJ Klrkhtm sir.-, i. Oakland I Sffl ' RB ? fl BY OWKER Five oom modern funnidi BwsbbT fl ed OOttSge, nwir union defot Phone WT4. B -IV BSrfl I J,' ACRES, voter right, garden, herrlrr HHH S I CholQC location, B owner ,r.71 Seventh street ii I f'X room morirn hoUM, also new Docile "ifH I roAdfor. rt5 Twentv fourth street. I Jl j 1 HB fl KOPR room frwm hou. 211 Wont A1 '"'at. Hr.'i P..n, n-.-W-i WnrM -r:r.s Pleasant vi rw til Vdw fl irmin. wmir right, xmnii houre. win es BBB fl hang for good automobile aa pari pa: - IBBJ fl ll R 4" r,rre rood pnature clone to Offrio:). H t 20 acres can be made cood furm land: JH f now paying rood Income, at $101 rr RHH P fr. Thla place n good buy. B1 40 Here ImrTivr...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 July 1920

l THURSDAY. JULY ,. ,9 Sty? XVb jZXiimUm OGDEN UT.H I i BESSIE 1 BARRISCALE ! in alluring one-piece 5 bathing suits, gorgeous party gowis and pretty sport clothes IN sasasa. J ( Benic BarriscaU. H "THE WOMAN I MICHAEL MARRIED" By DuVcrnet Rabeil And MACK SENNETT COMEDY A A Corking Good Show Now at (Utah I F ZENIRYSHAPE" 1 His Heart Goes 'Plump-piump' When 'Bee-yu-tee-ful Ladee' Reveals Her Wonderful W Curves. I . ie raypoi l pat I (( 1 bi "Ree-gard sis eye'. Est is tr's nolri H tninemcnt ' to me, man cher. H "You remember xc Lime I g.t peenchi H nt zc pict&lre Jo H ova r. ee bee-i u-tei -ful lad H who ilo '' H i how 1 love 7 it ladee! Ze sec H r.c more love When " L9L9B come on ze screen I call out 'Brava!' H and ge-f z" Even B body say look nt me, and siy: ". nut! H Put hcm out'.' Zo ushalre he! tnp mej v "Een u -1 H I sing. Nenl Non! rot she has on HI ze skin of Hj HI N - I'M HHj I like zt frog, tocnk HH I Ing-sult Ziit stick to her like ze skin, B i tine bust! I get hot In ze...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 July 1920

I cItitth ve.r.No. w Price F.ve Cenu' OGDEN CITY, UTAH FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 2, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M. I PLATFORM PRESENTED TO S. F. CONVENTION .tk PALMER LOSING; COX WON'T 00, I BRYMWRITES I Drift Toward McAdoo But He Has Too Great Handicap, "CROWN PRINCE" WEAPON DEADLY, COMMONER SAYS Ohio Governor Sold Birthright to Brewers for Mess of Pot tage. W. J. Bryan Declares VQ f (Written r Service.) A I Will be nblo to report inJ irnpo .si to do any writing between the ion B i clustoni ol th mmlttee's work and "ibbbbbb! f the action of the convention I anj fc 11 comnelled to turn from the subj. ct ' m which 1 feel tho deepen Interest to AIM i a subject of sccondarj Importance. v lz. : Tho ticket MBM i The personal element Is very much liln 1 over es Imated Supporters of a can- fffW Mirtato beoome Inflamed with the idea VWk f overythtinK depends upon Wa Baaaaaal nomlnalton. and we are told " Bjej HaaH Podiink; PO goes the nat pn. and can carry Rodunk This is ' I , esDectallv true of the...

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. — 2 July 1920

I 2 THE OGDFN STANPAKD-L.XAM1NLK. KR1D-W. JLLY J. ll Ij: STATE AND JDAHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah arid Gem Stte I MAN KILLED IN I FAMILY FIGHT Woman's Divorced Husband Slays Present Mate at Barber. Idaho Dome. Ida., July 2. Arthur Wea bl) nf Barber I- being held In the da county jail charged with murdei Jor the a1!rl shooting f ; hristy) Ople. 25, of Meridian, last WOdfifMetaj nlcht Following the .-i . . -1 n opi- was rushed to the St. Jalphoniai hospital, but died abort lime f tr A short time ago ople married the pivofoed w if or PreaMly and (mail "roubles are said to hn- enured .he Iraggdj Tuddday pie and hb wife motored to Barber to see Pressoly. bill he avoided them, 11 Is declared. Wednesday thr v rw again, meet- B Jng Presielj as he rarue from work i 11 p. m. It alleprd thai p,e pi tacked Pres.-el--. who fired, ihe DUl B M"' peneirannp p.'n right aide. H freaaely's ae .aid to be 40. I CHILD RETIRES AS EDUCATIONAL HEAD SALT LAKE. July 2 . GebfgS N. hlld reined ve...

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. — 2 July 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY. JULY 2. 1920. 3 j The Tale of the Sale It started out as Ogden's first sale on blue Serges. It still is. Men want blue serge suits 4m they are in good taste everywhere in business ir. fmM the social world. And Dundee showed the wzy to W remarkable saving: on hand tailored Blue Serge y suit- A We bought at a special figure as much blue fierge cloth as we could get. -i is a regular $60 grade. We're lurking it into three-piece uits to " , your measure for $17.50 With two pair cf pants, I if you want them, at $58.00. All other fabrics are reduced 10 per cent from our regular prices. Nothing is reserved. But the sale is fast coming to its end the special Blue Serge is almost all sold. Get your suit ordered be fore it s too late. OWEN BENNETT, Prop. J On Hudson Avenue by the Alharnbra Theatre i i1 si: - , . tfrc J Suffrage Plank f Given Approval h SAN FRANCISC". July 1 Tho suf frage plank, as approved by the plat-I form committor. Is understood to fol ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 July 1920

' 4 THE OC.DFN STANIJAKU LAAMINLK. FRIDAY'. JULY I. 1120 . , - i IHHM attaa aawwwwwwwtwW MM-rT I THE STANDARD-EXAMINERI PUBLISHING COMPANY entered a Scond-Cla Matter at the Poatofflce, Ogdcn, Utah, Eitabllthed 170 I 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 -SSSSS?- ONE YEAR .. WOO gggg3 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Aoclated Prc I exclusively entitled to the u for republication of any newt credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local ne published herein. I CLOUDBURSTS IN THE WEST. Writing in a coasl paper on eloiiilbiirsts. a , i mecr of this region $ays . An example of the cyclopesn roek-tabviug power of a cloudburst may be drawn from no farther away than P'resno county. Dougherty creek drains ;i barren granite basin near the creal of the Sierra, tumbling down headlong porge to the middle fork of Ki...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 July 1920

I I 1 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY'. JULY 2. 1Q20 5 m f ToVEarai MARRIED HFEl I the noted aiathor r J Idah MGlone Gibson I .M ST kBOl T TIM It IBI I; "I think ; i vh'.ii:.) t r tnd rdeop .1 EfS I little while, Mrs. Gordon. " uld my I nunte. I looked up quickly. I had bSM H I so arunrhed In my fetter tha I had not H I heard her come HB I "I am not a: all sleepy.'' I protested, f I I'Ko, you don't look sleepy." she ob- g T "I have neer known any one to re- II cover as quickly a you have done BHI f from such a serious illness If you H I mill try to sleep, or at least res', quiet HHI ' ly for a while, I think you my sit up IHI for a little while I prepare your bed for th i ffhl WmlK 1 "That will l.o fine, and I will try and J c be pood en'iuKh t deserve It, for I am HBfSf I very tired of lying In bed " i "Mr. Gordon Jus: called up a-ln on DBEr f the Ion? distance telephone nnl told KHn j me to tell you that he would be here 9Hk' late tonight, but that he would not M I disturb you...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 July 1920

BHIHHiHmffl 1 Patriotic Air Medley. Introducing j j PHHawMT jf jjpi I the Gem of the Ocean, ' Reveille.'' 'Yankee BfBBlL fl 1 fl Doodle," "My Country. 'Tit of Thee' 'hI (Prince Band) A22SA 10 UB WBWISIlwBfll B3 jnlflla 1 Patriotic Ats Medley. Part 11. introducng V I jjfM 'ft- ht M "Asembly," "Amcricjn Patrol," Gu.ird ' ry2jQvWnV '31 1 Mount." "Marching Throuqr GeorUi.i 55 - yfjfftliJStf&i ScJn Dixie " "Retreat," Star-Spangled B.m itflfri TrKli'Jl 111 nr " Prln' Band) $ SSPnA rfil'wKl'ii ''Amer c.i." ( My Country. 'Ti of Thee") .ind H JtWT S I' aTPS "Battie Cry of the Republic.' (Columbia fi i jfvfiSi ffi Mlxed Double Qu.mettei A2012 10 jjj j -jUyfeU i-l'l. U Lr 3fo I "Arrival of the American Troop In Frjnc." 1 r-? , "tPBlftTiM ' '-"O B Jn3 Depjrturc ' tn mcr,can Troop for li EJSR I France," (Prince" Bind and Columbia Male G rJfMll ... iM) 0 "Battle Cry of Freedom." and Tramp, Tramp. ' r f--! f? Tramp, the Boy Are Marching " (Charles 0 ) -l'?V m Harrison and Columbia Stellar Quar...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 July 1920

HI 1 THE OGDEN STAND ARD-LXAMliMLK, rKlPAY, JULY Z, il j YOUR GOLDEN I OPPORTUNITY I Now is the time to insure yourself a supply of groceries at a 3 great saving; over the market price. Today 'a Market Our Plies 100 bnrs Swift White Soap 7.50 96.50 100 ban Swift'a Pride Soap 16.50 85.75 100 ban Mascot Soap $; 50 S 1.90 l case Earlj June IVns '...$4 2'. S3. 45 1 etaa Alpine Milk $6.5i ?5.65 1 i $6.50 1?5.65 1 carton matches 30 .25 1 sack Sun Ripe 'at . . . .... .75 .65 V FLOUR We have a car of the famous Idaho Falls Flour. We are sell ing you this flour below the present wholesale market 1 48-pound bag Idaho Palla K. Flour $3.30 2 48-pound baga Idaho Palla O K Flour $6.35 In 500 pound lota 96.30 fi In 100 i ound Iota 96.25 g pound baga Turkey Red Flour $6.50 B L pounclt i Mr 98 1 g For Camping Parties we have a complete line of Canned Meat3 and Vegetables M k BUTTER and CHEESE Bear River Butter, pound GOc -min i Butter, pound 60c j J" Full Cream I heeae, pound 38 j lSj L Chili Cheese...

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. — 2 July 1920

I a THE OCDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY', JULY 2, 1920. i. mi t I a . mm, MS - - I I Bargains that will I go to early comers Just at the right time to enable you to wear neat, stylish shoes on the Fourth, and get new ones for the children, too at very material savings. 4 . LADIES' OXFORDS AND LADIES' BLUCHER OX SLIPPERS FORDS. B ExriuFhHv late models Val Bhor1 vnP- medium heel ues to ill. 00 at $8.65 M"J" rP '- f'T roinMn I Sizes 2j to 4 . . . . $2.98 LADIES' PUMPS ONE STRAP MARY JANE Cuban and High Heel models. PUMPS In Black Intent and Black B,8ck p-,pm llmr of excel I Kid. All sizes Values to! lrn' Quality. Sizes 2' to 7. 18.50 at . $4.85 5.50 values, at . . .$2.98 BABIES' GRAY VICI KID MARY JANE SLIPPERS SHOES i Black Patent and Vlci. Chfl- Fine quality kid, well made. dren's sizes. 92 50 values Sizes 2Vi to 8. $3.00 values I at ... $1.68 at $2.25 ; 4 WHITE REINSK IN CLOTH SHOES For Misses and big Misses Extra high quality , Relnskln white sole?. Values $4. $4 50 and 5. at $2.68...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 July 1920

Till I KID AY. JULY 2, 1920. iB" l A Columbia Grtfo- , -i-, I nob mil not onij (Jn bvery Other you all the patriotic ' i music of this grcitcft of Day in the Year EH nil lands for a glorious FUTth ".' IuJ,v' I;111:111 Columbia Grafonola will give you an in- thc music of all the cxhaustible wcalth of muMC . played and sun bj the greatest artists appearing anywhere to day. It reproduces all this music w ith such marvelous fidelity that you imagine you are hearing the artists themselves as they sing and ph . 1 he exclusive Columbia Non Set Automatic Stop contributes greatly to this vivid impres sion. Built right into the motor. Invisible. Automatic. Operates on any record, long or bort. Nothing to move or set or measure, jf iust start tlc Grafonola, and it plays and stop! ff.p III Come in today. See our Columbia Grafo- j At k nolas and listen to our latest records. You'll 'toO V ra have more concentrated fun than you could )fl ; -j I I !' 7 gi 1 l( a matinee ff f (3acmuJ3aoo. 1? W ' ,J...

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. — 2 July 1920

I TEXT OF DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM I SAN FRANCISCO. July C The fol-i lowing Is the text of the platform sul- mttted to the Democratic nallonnl convention today The Democratic party, in It na tional convention now assembled, sends greetings to the president of the United State. Wood row Wilson, and l-alls with patriotic pride the frCttl achievements for country and the world wrought by a Democrntl ad ministration under his leadership it salutes the mighty people of this great republic. emerging with imper ishable honor from tne severe testa .-nd grievous strains of the most tragi) ar In history. having earned the tlaudits and the gratitude of all fre. atlons. it declare Us adherence to Ihe fun lamental progressive principle! of so clal, economic and Industrial Justice and advance, and purposes to resume llm great work of translating thosi principles Into effective laws, begun iind carried far by the Democratic ad ministration and Interrupted onlj when the war claimed all the national Mier...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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