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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 July 1920

r 1 M THE QGDEN STANDARD-L.AMi.NLK. KRIDAY, JULY 2. 1 920. 11 H I 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE i BUUUUBH ! Toaniv U H NVw York . 1 E Cleveland 4 2 5 1 E Chicago 3: .111 Mf Washington 33 21 .641 l Boston 30 32 . n Philadelphia IT 5" 2S4 ty M Vwiml.K'- Kr-nlts Bl 1 St Iuls 2-4. at Chicago 3-1. H I ashlngton at B-toii 0. j I New Tork S. at Phlladclhia i ( WALTER JOHNSON I SHUTS 001 SOI Crack American Player Pitches His First No-Hit, No Run Game. EH I BOSTON, July L Walter Johnson. I .rack pitcher of ihrt Washington f Americans for the past decade, today j . ft I pitch 'I hit H I Dill the Red Box without hit or run. HJ I W .uhlngton n-ored a slugl" tally. Hf te per. a former pitching mate on the Wash 1 ngto n club E sr 'fly i IVBf W'n -di Ingt on F Boston ... W B lit ei John ind PIcuHch; I arper and Walter M YORK in l l M M 1 i H1L.A DELPH1A. Julj de- f ' i t h i t m e r I c a BJ to l 86.15 H J The locals outbatted the visitors. J I but Moore b wlldness and tin- tlmell-J IHH ness of New York's hit...

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. — 2 July 1920

I 111 TRADE I I FAIRLY ACTIVE :' Tmtic Standard Leading , Trader: Plutus Shows Weakening Tendency The trading this morning In mining stocks on the Salt Lake Btoi k a.- Min ing Exchange was fairly -olive, with Tlntlc Ptnnditrd being .nbout the le:il- tug i r ! of the daj This - o $3 10, ii closing Strong iih i his price bid for It. Plutus. which was the fca H lure yestcrdav and who showed COn- 1 Pidf-ra hif strengl h. weakened iiiii n n'ornins. chancing hands as ion as SJVic. The general trend of the m.n it I e upward Iwnerlcan "on. Copper sold :it Gold Chain went at and S'jc, Xcw Quincy was active at 5c, Emma Silver brought Sells sold up til 99i Silver Kinc coal changed hands al ll.tl, Silver Bbleld brought SSftc and 34c. West Toledo changed hands .it Be and Walker Mining went al J3.074. I Op nlng Sales Columbun Rexall, 100 at (4 Colorado Con.. 1.000 al ty&c; 1,000 Howell. l.To ax 5c New Qulncy. I. '. at . :.f"00 at Plutus. 1.100 "f 33c. 100 al 36c. Sells. f00 at iV4c; 1.000 at ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 July 1920

IFOR SALE Real EUtc TVS OUARANTT MORTQAOB CO ll TwmHv f.-irth AmM I1" CM H -1710 Five room modern bungalow, e a ment cellar Work shop, electrically S lighted. Chicken cooj.i snd run I ' "tl.l In house. Best of hath glxtu-e 1 In excellent condition looted cloae g In on good ilit lot Term. HMIO0 Right roo-ti modern brick. Hoi wntT heat. Cemant bssemerx I Oarage, A 1 ImMi fHllliea An Ideal hon- and an exceptional buy. worth 110.040. Locotc.l c'oe.- In en beOCfl g In ht residence district of the city I Tfrtni. I THE OI'AR A.VTY MORT. i i ' Ht Twenty-fourth St. Phones y. W CANNAD1 Real Estate Insurance f Pr tlc-illy new four room rottsge In Hsood location and In flrM class ond. Btion; has basement, enrage and chicken K run. Price 1201 Terms I Good four r.-i.m nrlck cottage. eltuated Hon acre of cttoire Isnd In good location. Plenty of irrigating water. House has Kltood cellar and rc recned porch Price. I " 1 R W CAKNAD1 IS 2427 Hudson Avnu I - flf Alhambra Th'ater Is Next Door aaV ,. f o...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 July 1920

I BESSIE BARRISCALE ! in alluring one-piece ! bathing suits, gorgeous ! party gowns and pretty sport clothes i IN m I Basic Burriscolz. I "THE WOMAN I MICHAEL MARRIED" By DuVernct Rabsll And MACK SENNETT COMEDY A Corking Goo:l Show Now at I Utah I IsnvEM M. VIXCT I ' 't R, III I I HE rs W'N 6HREVEPORT It km seven natnst four but the lour had all Iho edge on the seven negroes who were utURht playing with the galloping dominoes. "Ah. sergeant, we wasn't shooting no llc-" sall one I'.ut the quartet of "de law won BSBBBBBBI Ult H The golden plover, when Hying H south, will maki 2400 m l without H a stop. hCKHEMF ! S. L JlflUET Mayor and Other Prominent Citizens Attend Insurance Company Event I With a banauet kit which many prominent business men of Og'len were speakers and guest, the conven tion of the Metropolitan Life Insur ance company representatives of the n,i. irmountaln country, closed ia-t night In Salt L-ik.-. Mayor Frank Francis and Warren L. Wattls ware the prlnrlpal p. .ik. ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 3 July 1920

I TvcZno 68 FrfN n cent. OGDEN CITY, UTAH SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 3, 1920. LAST EDITION pTm" I IAD00 GAINS SLOWLY AS VOTING GOES ON I & a a a a a a a a a o ft J President Wires Approval of Convention I I n SEEMS TO BE PEEVED m " WHAT f PENED Sarcasm Much in Evidence in His References to Carter Glass's Success H FIGHT FOR PROHIBITION yfJa i PLANK NOT IN VAIN V Roll Call Insures Dry Congress! a Commoner Says in Re- capitulation jH BY WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAS (Written exclusively for Universal S r- vlce Copyright 1020 by William Jennings Bryai.) SAN FRANCISCO, July 2. It was t t day of triumph for Senator Glass. Released from political obscurit by. executh e clemency, he sure w it enjoy. Ing his parole. Its ;i great disadvan tage to have to COIUS up against SUCh I n pe rsonallty. The Hsuc sink Into In significance when delegates shrink fr..in Incurring his wrath. Secretary! Colby fftn.H to be more popular; his j rir h appeared to strike a mon popular chord and the ovation which, h rec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 3 July 1920

I 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY. JULY 3. I92C BM i MMIMMI I I I 1 IIIMIIIII I I 111 I ! II I IMIIMM I BM I Democrats Begin ! Balloting For j Their Candidates The official vote on the first ballot was McAdoo, 260. Cox, 134, Palmer, 256; Gerald. 21. Cummings, 25; Owen, 38; Hitchcock, 18. Meredith, 27, Smith 109, Edwards. 42; Davis, 32; Glass, 26 1-2; Simmons, 24; Harrison, 6, Williams, 20; Mar shall. 37 Wood 4, Champ Clark, 9; Underwood, 1-2; Hearst, 1. Bry an, 1 Colby, 1 . Daniels 1 Official totals second ballot Palmer, 264; Cox. 159, McAdoo, 298, Cuxnmings, 27, Gerard. 12; Edwards, 34, Owen, 29; Davis. 311-2; Marshall, 36. Hitchcock, 16, Bryan, 1, Clark, 6; Danels, 1; Meredith, 26, Smith 101; Harrison, 7, Simmons, 25. Glass, 25 1-2. I AUDITORIUM, Ban Francisco. July j. to ballots on presidential candi date were taken tonight i- ihe Dem ocratic national convention. and with .tcAdoo. Palmer and Cox running at the heart of the list in the order named, but all a lonK waj from t...

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

W P'? i 111b: OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SATURDAY, ILLY 3, 1920. 3 I If - RUNYON PJUBTS I BMMT1 Old Man Works Himself htc Veritable Frenzy as He Nears Close i i) M IK Rl STTOR (Copyright 1920 by I'nlvvrul Ser vice. EXPOSITION Auditorium, 8n Kranctaco, July 2. Chalrma:i Itibln in announced he would recognise d mimbr of the committee on platform who wlnhd to present minority report, and Willi un Jennlns Hryan 10 frinA'al from el behind him. i WttM mm with a burnt of ap . .ause, but he rai5oi his has I to Quiet It. Hi' hart no time tor applause. He jjS wanted to Ret going. Thin fll but I hi preliminary, snywnj whfp silence was restored, he I'ean by pral.lfir the wur.: of the platform Djjj a? COmnlttee, nml wild he had rme to HI rndonr almont all the platform. "Make it all!" Roared a voice from HB the rn 1 1 r: I "Take o drink of water!" yelled an- H After a few preparatory remark. BBJ Itryan pulled out a puir of nose HB glasses, attached, to a black ribbon, J fixed them n his hawk 'beake...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 3 July 1920

4 THE QC.prN -T-WDARn-RXAMINF.R S Tl RPV) ULY 1920. I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY entered .- Second-Clan Matter at the Postofflce. Onden, Utah. Eatabllihed 1870 Member of tht 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 fjrSfy-. ONE YEAH X0O. . . . jga"' MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Aaaoclated Prete It evcluilvely entitled to the uce for republication of any newi credited to It not otherwlie credited In thle paper and also the local SOI pubJlthed herein. I BRYAN IS DEFEATED William .T. Bryan hai IobI bit hold 011 Democracy Ho no Longer is able to sway the great mass of the party to k's purpoae, and hii loss of prestige poos hnck to the rla when he left the cabinet as h protest against America goiug into the world war, Bryan carries bis conviotiohs to an extreme. He is not willing to allow the other fellows to bave notions of thei...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 3 July 1920

H I I THF OGDEN STANDARD EXAMINER. SATURDAY JULY 3. 1020 5 t , i Wit I LOVE and MARRIED LIFE I fcq, the noted author Hi i Idah MGlone Gibson MM Irjhn l'nmH H I mndi no comment on Hni KnH tnlil me. I nut cad J nalJ "Bring thr . hiMrrn ovr to Mary." if IB ir4 n K Call h Mnn "' itakr.t Pulh. looking up "Tea, if I cllrl not nv the nnnr I ronlrl hurdly chU hr anything elst, " f I love the nam of WUryV SM B K lit h. '. ml I nm po Fnd vou o IOi HV ihnt shouM hr SSfBS I mJt run B a Ionic now. your OUrM ha 'een BOV" Hk trlng nrourvl reprnarhrully tons, Hf Ruth's nrmc ml put her In K What n IOVl haBUnot: Huth "X-, bHHHI .. . ii i 1 Vr-a. Mi I.ti aont It to me. I sddM.j i 1 Kntli made no comment, and I Hff i had referred to it. 1 "Good by, lear They toll me John 1 be, here in the morning." he said; 1 "Tea, he JuKt telephoned. 1 hel.rve 1 "la he going to Ma long i-nough Hl no th.it you i'in g Kirk with him. " HI I h. I do not think mo. lie U ery H' busy JuM now." I H .1 Into j Th- num. 1 in ! m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 3 July 1920

r i m 6 ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SATURDAY, JULY 3. I92C. . I. I. i ! n mm mmm n i i i - moctiibmmii nTwrnrr -a iocur;. -.t m.Eiuan-.- iM iw mmm . I 1 DUTDOnRS I FOR THE FOURTH There are sections of t lie country where the people are in a quandary as to where to go and what to do to get away from the piercing heat of the sun on Independence day, cool, shady places being so far distant that they cannot be reached even in a day's travel, j But this is not a question with the people of Ogden. for in I IDEAL BEACH BEAM LAKE ' IS open f:r the summer SEASON, ROADS READY FOR EXCURSIONISTS An Ideal Place for Your Fourth of July Celebration and a Re j sort of Unexcelled Beauty and Comfort for Your Summer Outing First class hotel accommoda tions wi5J be offered this season jj and the pleasure-seeker will find comfortable camp houses and tents a reasonable rentals. Electric lights and water and other accommodation Come along with the family and spend the summer where you can enjoy cool mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 3 July 1920

I I I Chausicey 1 Depew Reviews "Dark Horses" of Former Days I I s I A feteran of Politics Closes Hi- Memoirs I of Main Campaigns With Inside I I Faets of Stirring Epodes in Hi Which Cleveland, Harrison L and Others Figure , ' ' ' ' i j J J I f WILLIAM HOWARD TAF"T t This is the fourth and final artirlr I m a series writi M I Dcrew lor this newspaper, zivinc his I intimate recollections of the most stirnnc I ertsodes of sixteen Presidential cam- I raicns m which he has participated. His I memoirs deal with manv "dirk horses" in politit J Bv CMAUNCF.Y M. DEPEVV. I I year of 1884 was the rise above tin? political horizon of the rugged fljnire of Grovcr Cleveland. This strong thar acier. with all his faults, was to become one ef our greatest Presidents. Few Inflecd have ever excelled Mr. Cleveland's indomitable courage ami slmnle patriotism. Ho had came Into prominence in 1SS2 as the principal figure of a countrywide sweep I - against tho Republican party, when In an W elf year treat d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 3 July 1920

I Pacific Coast League w i ret I rnon 52 M -a!l Salt Lak 4 3 5S Los Angeles 4x 37 ..j .-an Francisco 44 ! ,f24 Portland 38 33 .404 Oakland 38 5 .432 Sacramento 3f 49 .4 17 Seattle 32 50 .330 - i BTGRDA1 'S RES! ITS San Francisco Salt l.uke 4. Sacramento Ixs Angclos 1. 'r rnon K. Seattle 3. akland $. Portland 9 THE SI IUES Salt Lake 2 at San Francisco 2. ornon 2 at Seattle I, Oakland 3 at Portland 1. Sacramento 1 at lon Angeles 3. oo I Leonard and White Ready for Encounter RET. HARBOR! alien., .July 3. Benny Leonard, lightweight cham pion of the world, and Charlie White of Chicago, ch.illeuger for the title, wound 1 1 their tralnln today for thHn ten round chambplonahlp battle here Monday afternoon White r'net""11 finished his actual boxing wotk yesterdaj and today did only enough work to keep hla must lea loosened. The challenger is In remark ably fine condition, leonard, however, may pull on 'he gloves for the benefit of his admirers tomorrow when he will continue I" do his road wo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 3 July 1920

H THF. OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SATURDAY, JULY 3. 192C. R FOR SALE ,ofj v Real Ftatc Tin ULAXTT MORTOAOECO IK Twenty fourth rlmnci ;t'l J1 ! jt 41740 FWl room i odern bunn'no m.nt --Hji r. U'ork hop rlctr.nl : fitted, Chi'krn coop an1 run Oaa n hiu. Ii-t of beth gtaturee, in excellent condition 1-O.nlP.i clos BH bl 0Q good .- lot T'ntu ltiy- night room meKlrrn brick, Hot Mrr hest. Cement hvr- nt irc. J Imtb fixture n Ideal H iom end in r irrational buj. worth 110.000. lnt-d rln In on I SflCfl In ht f' IO-nr. ,nmrl t of the rlt. ggggj Trm. THB GUARANTY MORTOAOECO 2, i' Tten'' .(nurll I . r 1'our room nio4rm hon with Itrf 7 A - i..nk- iiitI. hullt In fatur- rood lot close In. S3000 If Ukcn At OOCe K B Kivr ioom brick on Grant arenua $3S0: BHI N- four room modern lrlck. larrc ' 'nine por-b. (rood hflemrnt, no-todite ggggga In evo repe"t rx-er.t (leal 40t; term. BH 3 riiy Department Phon- W BY OWNER Plvs room modern IgggSf borne. ca term. Leaving dty. 1W o-v - ' 1 ,Jfi S"EV " roon ggggg...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 3 July 1920

BESSIE BARRISCALE I; in alluring one-piece jj bathing suits, gorgeous ! party gowns and j pretty sport clotnes ij IN : ilk' " J Bessie Ba rrt icmle, "THE WOMAN I MICHAEL MARRIED" By DuVemet Rabell And MACK SENNETT COMEDY i A Corking Good Show j LAST TIMES TODAY j IBluey Bluey Midget Funster at Carnival i With the NYortham showy, which; come to Iorln Fan part for five1 days, starting Wedncsdaj under tn? auspices of the American Legion, but onn that stands out distinctly Is Hluey l-siuey. the mldgel comedian. Blldg eta. as a rule, nrc temperamental, but nut this one. Blucy Bluey has been nil over tlirj world promoting laughs, ind he Is' the sixty laughs n minute klnl. He eats fire, burning reallr.g wax. d-"es magical work, ami is a general all! I arounil showman. Hut hi b s' f '.. rl. riml llril le i i i to one of his recent purrhus-s. Blue) I Bluey had to climb to get Into a street car or an automobile. So he tired, I 1 of the game, lie went Into an auto-l fnobllc i ;i i i i 1 ' . 1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

3 FhvNTiw OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING" JULY 4 1920 PRICEHfIVE CENTS l DEADLOCK UNBROKEN AFTER 22 BALLOTS p Convention Recesses Until Tomorrow II 1 MUOR GENERAL I mm gorgas DIES IN LONDON World's Foremost Authority on Military Medicine Stricken K With Apoplexy DRIVES DISEASE FROM PANAMA CANAL ZONE Aged Expert Retired From Army After Great Service A In World War iOndon i - .. rol Willlai i surgeon general of the United S atee B army, died at an rarly hour this morn- H Major General William C. Gorgas fl was considered one of the world's H foremost authorities on military medl- H lnc und surgery, lie fought and 3e- M featcd the malarial mosquito in Pan- I I ama, and thus mad poi Ibb 1 1 1 b Id V lng of Mint great ffiilrrw.iy. He die- Hl lodged yellow fever from its cehtury-1 Hl il l stronghold In llfoana and Under I 9 the direction of the l'nlted Statea gov - H eminent and the Rockefeller Found-1 H tion ropervlsed campaigns against that H dread disease in Central America. I'eru 1 VH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

I Horse Is Coming Backj I Ggden Man Tells Why I J New Breed Developing: I" Though relocated to the background , In favor of the auto track, and has leisurely looked over the pasture fence GO watch an irate operator struggle with a punctured tire on the machine that put him out of actle operation. Old Dobbin ta due for rt eome-Kv V:. .nd trill ugaln regain former glor;. , vceording to H VV. Dunn ot ihe Offdei) Horse Sales and Commission COThpeny, Mr. Dunn stated yesterday thai in dut'Vies both large and small, ore re turning to the horse as a tin uns f transportation. Ho claims that the horae costs approximately one-QUar-tei as much, notwithstanding the high , cost of hay, as does a motor iruoK. TRl t'K ON WK. Mr Dunn believes the motor true has had Its day and that lis popularity ha started to wujie. high Kr.sollne costs huge repair bills, and sundry necessary expenditures which Increase the outlay of cash ncce.sar for op erations, having been responsible for he change of mind of hu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

' I l pfc (U nrV' bl AKP--XAXllNE:R- SUNDAY. JU1Y lojo 3 fjjl 1 " r) PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Ore of the feature of our erv- can come from, we ll end our high quality medicine. Rcmm ber thla when on your vacation. I fln Qucfe i4Ws Ftrsf J Jj Qbl Accident will happen. An eTrgency out ,, .-, n9CmU ll ill times, particular W v vi ' BOW lf fltvv"i', ,ir ',bout- ur ,tock of 'O' -me--nenc need I complete. V BaalW Cotton Oand.ige A 7 Ul yHBw Piat-r', dhlve L L. l Oauzi Antieptic ' J& i J Peroxide r xv Phone In any kind of emergency. ' - ' N We'll rush material to you SPECIAL SOAP hold up fJnexrnTng Caps lb H.oh quality: bene ELASTICS for ficlai to your km. Abdominal support- Pretty Bathers i Four delightful er. elat'c stock- e.ithmn equipment Ki odors. ing. belt all of f.nhlon New LBi4 Bo of ? Bais made to measure. color and styles. B3Ba,S S , M sfact.cn as- 25c to fil.50 i e Maltese Cross French I Delicious Specials at Our j H Olive Oil I 0H 4 There I no scarcity of lm. hfiW ported Ol...

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

4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY. JULY 4. 1920. - I I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY entered as Second-Class Matter at the Poetofflce. O0den. Uteh. Established 17t Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Presa An independent Newspaper, published every evening: and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH Ji rig8&S&& ONE YEAR $30;Z?S I ""MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRE3S The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to the uie for republication of iny new credited to It not otherwise credited In thla paper and alao the local ne published herein. I THE GLOW WORM Your little ho hrinps into tlie house the first "lightning bin?' he ha oauf?ht iliis season and asks: ' What makrs the lightning bur light?" Ami you scratch your lioad and, if you are a candid father, you admit yon don't know lint a good way io enlarge your education is to look up the correct answers to 'h' questions of your children that you can 't ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

I "-HE OCDEN ST A ND ARD-EX A MINER. SUNDAY, JULY A. 1920. ' 5 SWAN SWANSON SPINS A YARN By 0. A KENNEDY " ' V.'hil.- Swun Snunion. the bl phf man. wit In my office laborloufl tptl I Inf out th Uw terms nnd Inn wordi ' In 11 grazing contract he was about tc olrn, thcra entered a tramp In search H of contribution. He wjuuk bleary-cred outh. i'h .1 hlakev-ttilrit' a breath nnd one hand .r. fully tied up In white ra. H PS mumbled' nipbP. "Cotild either of you icenta help ;i poor fellow I hat's been unfortunate to i;i-t enough money for a t-Mllroad tu ket to Denver?" "How did ou get your hand hurt?" Swan aaXed. "Working In a stone quarry.' re piled til u mp. What's the name of the doctor that Wm fixed ytur hand?" "us the next 'juc- YJi Hlsj name was Dr. . I forget "Yes. I thought so. Where did you got yfur Jug?" 1 ThA tr.inip moved towurd the door. "A jr. CM1 th,nk ou re a'f',1 cut.' ho tipirled. 1 "TAo cute to waste any money on ou. .my fine buck." Fwan replied 9 Th ...ut "limrn-.l lli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

issssBBBSBBBBBiBBBBSSS 1 1 6 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1920. I J Selling Begins ' Doors Open j 1 I ! Complete Clearance Ji Summer Goods BeginsTuesday j I I! "Clearaway" ! of WasA Goods I New Ginghams New drees gingham In pretty ! plaids rtrlpes. nurse -tri;p. etc In mill enos, for house dresses, boys' waists, ap-on-'. ptC 29 Ginghams and Cheviots 2 Gingham and chevoits In largo assortment, short lengths, 5 to 20 yards in piece Regular I5 I New Percales j Percales 36 inches wide up to 4Sc values, in mostly light and medium colors 90 Special, yard W Mill Ends Gingham Mill eude of kitch. n ;ipron sing ham. 5 to 10 yard6 in pUce; good fast colors; large OO I assortmen- Yard LO Pretty Voiles VoHe up to 6Kc vaiues, in all this year's pattern; 40 Inchet j 5 Figured Voiles Figured voiles in beautiful de signs, all good BtylOi, mostly j dark and medium; .9c QSln values Yard UJL 40-inch Voiles j New voiles, figured, regular values, 40 inches wide, all 'h I latest noveltto?....

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