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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

I UK OC,nr-, STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1920. 1 FOURTH OF JULY AT THE RESORTS I . ALLIES AURMED I AS REDS PRESS ON j Bolshevik i Continue Pressure I Against Poland: Marshal Foch Is Consulted BRUSSELS. July 8. Turn nlllod con- , ' fi rt'nce in nwnlon here, which has ro- 1 M rlvrd alarmiric rn rp:trdinr th HI profreaa of tho Russian bolhovlki In HH thr-lr offenRlvc npalnwt PolaiHl. 1I H, consider the military situation of tho n w rrpubllr, i w;n l'nrn'J h-re to Marshal Foch. th allied command or ln chW, nnd P1U BfAha Wilson, bted of the British Rn?rnl staff, have been consulted by the conferees on Tho prrfurb;itlrn In Polish and al li 1 quarters over the military sltua HH tlon of Poland, na shown in the ril aHH i patches fmm Warrnw and Brussels. Hj 1 seems amply warranted by tho re PQUi ports of m progress the bolshevik! made in the past fortnight HB against the Polish and I'krnlnlan JH armies. While the Polt;-h front seems to hue hold fairly well in the north. LJ along the Bar...

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. — 4 July 1920

1 g THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1920 I John Pingree Freed J Of Charges Arising From Bank's Failurej I Indictments against John Pingree. former president of the Merchants j bank of Bait Lake, were dismissal Judge Stophcns of the Third dLstiloi, cout In Salt Lake late yesterday. The dismissal of the Indictments WU requested by District Attorney P. S. Richards and at the, wish of the com mittee of depositors, pifttrlcl Attorney Richards Informed the court that the case had been tried once and resulted In a disagreement find no good purpose could ho accom-, pllshed by pressing the Indictments The committee of depositors drev up resolutions In which the commit tal set forth that It was convinced Mr. ringrcc was not guilty of criminal! lr.tent In connection with the nffalrsj of the bank The court took cogniz ' anco o these resolutions. RESIDENT l OGDKtf, Mr. Pingree, who has been a long resident of Ugden, was Indicted fol lowing the failure of the Merchants Hank. Ho and o...

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. — 4 July 1920

H THE OCDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY'. JULY 4. 1Q20. 9 , DEADLOCK UNBROKEN 1 Continued from rage It j j ; Fifteen. Ballot 1 it Arimna 6 MrAdno 1: Cox i. Arkaniuf It Palmar M A 'loo 1. sswfl B Colorado ti Cummlnp 1 McAdoo H Connecticut n Cummins;. 14. lirlnwirf McAdoo ?; Cox I. Florida 12 MrAdoo S; Cox 9. 'asr H Idaho S - MrAdoo f. 1 Illinois S Cox 42. ralmcr I; Me' R MB . Indiana SO Cox SO IP P t Kentucky 26 ox 23; MrAdoo I. H ulalana 20 Cox 14; McAdoo 4; H Maine 12. MrAdoo 4: Palmer 4. M (Maryland T4 Cox 1-2. MrAdoo H ; Da v u 1. H Massachusetts 34 Davia 1. Owen He' ' 2:1 Cox 14. 1'almer I. H .Michigan .10 Palmer 10. MrAdoo H IV. Cox BbJ I LI Minnesota 24 Cox S; Palmer 4. B .MrAdoo Wnl H Mississippi SO 'ox 20. H Missouri 36- Clark 2. Cox U 1-2; B VjAdoo 19 1-2; absent B Montana I McAdoo 4; Cox 4. .Nebraska 16 Owen 9; MrAdoo 4. DHH j N I . .- Hampshire I ' Si I'slmer v 1 " I ' U Sow Mexico C MrAdoo 4. IB w York 90 MrAdoo IT; Cox 73. kBH North Carolina 24 MrAdoo 24. tHM North lakota ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

M1I..11M1IMBHH!1.B. I Marine Corps Institute Attains Magnitude of a University I H Quantico on College Basis With Twenty-two Vocational and Academic Courses---1- Plans for 9,000 Enlisted Students II iI.LOWING the rush of the bcel youth l-H of the country to nil Hie ranks of the nrmv and navy When the '0- centlve was actual service ID war time ihoro was bound tr be a reaction, for wlth cut the stimulus of superheated reclines spd the slesm of adventure career In rommrrof or a profession tempted oung rn and promise sroafcr opportunities and richer te wards, hn'lstments. especially fo tr raw. fell nfT from trio onto of Hip slgn Ire of the armistice by the Allied Powers ami Germany Till was prpprte, nn.l In a measure forP v niv.il officers, hut they no more than th rst of tb country realised '" v!nt a height standards of Wasics would Cn in the expansion following peace. Coupled with a scarcity of labor, the WSJEe scale rr ini no he pvppote1 to fall very sn-on madp the cntlook for enlist...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

I I HE OCDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SU NDAY. JULY 4. 1920. n I I LATE NEWS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT I WHITE IS HEADY I ME FIGHT r Benny Leonard Also in Gooc Condition For Scrap Tomorrow mWm BEN ton HARnon. Mich., Jul? 3 MK i.i.i U White, Chicago llghtwelghl today finished trolnlng for hi ton flg o'lnd title contest with Benny Leon- H i . ird Monday Following a StX-mHS run. WM the Chlcagoan finished the day with LMmY J throe spirited rounda In the ring And n round of bar ptinohlnt; and shadow lnxng White said he probably would ntfr the ring weighing under 135 JJL n tth best condition of his career . i3 was confident that h- would afreet h championship from the New B . Yorker. Leonard worked hard today, bovine two roundr with Teddy Murphy and finishing with h three-round bout with io- BenJfcmlp. Pacific Coo: Unit weight ! alSO did considerable shad dm boxing and wrestling and covered fl e mllea i.n the road. He expects va box two or three round tomorrow nd also to do some road work. BH Altho...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

r. I SUNDAY, JULY 4. 1920 11 ! J-I OCPFM UTH I A BRILLIANT COMEDY-DRAMA FULL OF LAUGHS AND INTENSE DRAMATIC MOMENTS THAT VILL STIR YOU TO THE DEPTHS YOU WILL WANT TO SEE THIS Scone from g JACKPICKFORD m Do you remember the days of the old rag doll you cherished, the school girl loves'' Do you like J&mei Whitcomb Riley's poem?'' Ther you will laugh and tears will come to your eyes in living over again the old days in seeing this picture, AND A SUNSHINE GIRL COMEDY, "JAZZ BANDED " UTAH THEATRE ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW Largest and Most Comfortable Arm Chairs I PICKLED PORK ! TAKES ON NEW j MEANING HERE "Pickled pork Jumping Jupi ter!" Indications arc that a certain lot of pigs, the property of the Utah Scrum plant, will be in great demand Dead (drunk pigs will prob ably take the place "I blind puts at least, there will b a number qualified to so sub.-tu ut.-. h ! Walter Moore, detective, in whose custody repose two or three hun dred gallons ol corn, bai by. ri e and potato mash, removed ...

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. — 4 July 1920

9 SECOND SECTION OGDEN CITY. UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 4. 1920. " II 3 HERE AND THERE IN THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY I I Tracy-Douglas Wedding Pretty Llr t Event of Season f ollowing Ceremony at Bride s K Home. Reception Is Held at University Club M f yl Summery In .-ill Ita appointment the prettily appointed wedding Of Miss Delia Tracy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David 8. Tracy and Clarence Dougla . eon of Mr and Mrs. William B Douglas, took place last Wednesday NBb renlriK at the home of the bride's reel flpV The wedding took place at o'clock. fcHjf I Marriott. Attended by a large HBfc bridal party, the bride and the grnom, HBVj were escorted to the bower, arranged PAa In the Invelv Tracy home Only the H members of the Immediate families w were present al th i iretnonj HBVJ With tiskets if h.i' i daisies and H Riebnond roses, the home was nn ar- B tlstlc setting for the wedding. In ft a corner of one of the rooms a bower of shasla dll s combined with feath y loopi of fow . . el walls. rurr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

2 THE OC0r' Sl'ANDAi '.MINER, SUNDAY, JULY 4. 1920 I ( Salt Lake Society i Mr. and Mrs. Nlghl Btn.IT Jordan of Provo entcrialnr-d at dinner Monday! renlng at thi Salt l.ike Countrj dubi in honor of Miss Mlna Taylor of this cltj and Franel Let oh field of West Virginia, whom- nmrrluRe took plaoe 'Wednesday. On lone; table was deenrated In gaT den flowers in tones of pink, were fold for tweniy-four Dancing, lollowed dinner Miss Vera Stanley entertained luncheon at the Nw house hotel Mon dav afternoon In honor of Mm. J. W. Beverly of Pan Diego, who is a puest I al the Stnniey home, on her Way from visit to St. Ijouln The table was decor.ited in AmeH B can Beauty roses and marguerites. The H quests, besides Mrs. Beverly, Wl re Mrs Charles Lambourn. Pr.. Mrs. ilcorti1 Cudgell, Jr., mi Mabel Chrlstenaon BBBBBBB prett) arranged luncheon Klven by Miss Ho'en HSln and Miss Dorothy Heln at the Ncwhousi- hotel Mondas afternoon in honor dl their later, Miss Mane iii-iii. a bride of the week. The...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

Hp 1 I a Ljcfy Duff gbt -2 y T)PQ PQS I I - I ' I I K This Motor Coat Is of Ribbed Duvetyn, l 1 99 r ADV DUFF-GORDON. famous "Lucilc" of Loti- don, and foremost creator of fashions in ihe world. Short Belted Coat, with Braid Trimming. wr,(cs eah the fashion article for this newspaper. presenting all that is newest and best in styles for weU-dressed women. I Hy Seanhore Gown p ?fA "' Lady DufT-Gordon's Pans establishment brings her into By Lady DufT-Gordon l"Lucite') of Heavy close touch With that centr, of fashion 1 IT HE time has Ions passed when one could say with any trutli "It doesn't matter what we wear for outdoor sports" It does indeed matter a great doal. The wave of daintiness in apparel has reached even to the garments worn for cit-of-door recreation and relaxation. Even the skirt and sweater in which one lounges in a fa mock or stretches on the lawn while she tickles her nose with a blade of grass 6hould be neat and whole and possessing chic or smartness. The specimen whi...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

w m 1 I 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1920. M m , i . . . . ISkjs The Ogden Standard-Examiner &kfgjfk 1 iHPPl i AUTOMOBILE SECTION iPl I II r : -Ogden To Cheyenne Road Logged i Distance Traveled Is 487 Miles, 1 I W "Y Tvl I INT. .O f laramTeQ ,' V'l CHEYENNE I I U T II i ' V;:" ' ' This Tour Offers All Varieties of Mountain and Desert Roads ft Ogden to Ev.inston affords the mo torists all varieties of mountain road. .' U The grades aro not bad and the road generally Is In good shnp. The following Iok Is from Ogden to Cheyenne, vja Kvanston: OGDEN I'TAH TO CHEYENNE. WYOMING, 47 MlI.ES OGDEN, ITAll. TO EVANSTON. . YOMING, TS..'. MILES 0.0 OOGDEX. South from City n..:i 2.0 Turn left at olf links 1.4 Turn right then loft on ang ling road CO Dpscend heavy wlndlnp grade II CHEESMA SERVICE Known Wherever Automobiles Are Operated REPAIRING. UPHOLSTERING. CTTERY SERVICE EVERYTHING FOR THE CAR Cheesma Auto C& 7.0 Turn left. 7.3 Turn right. 5.1 Turn left. 0.0 Bear left...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

I H THE OGDEN ST-WD ARD FA W11NRP SUNDAY, JU V 4 1920 9 L CALIFORNIA IS I FIRST IN GARS Iowa Second and Nebraska 5. Third in Numbers of Autos 39 Per Capita. Says "Motor" "California now hu on rr for very nT people, while Iowa In ft B breath lew owond with a ratio of in- M cir to 6 14 Mr-van home pito is B li-Ma fourth place with AUlnmri- B bile for every 7.2 humans." y John H C. Inir In the June initio of MotoR. B, "Bui before th'-ic westerner yell their throat out let's 'urn to the flr nres on biggoii rr deration. fOTgi I M All nho n populatl W Mi with 511.031. hnrk r"t araln to Penn- . , JL 117, then to Illlnol. hleh 1. Id- the. H J There' Another way of assigning i Bf I (he honors The state which made ttM 1 I rreatest per cent gain. Which Is It? Bk .1 Rands pleas. 'Iowa?' Wrn 'Ni m . rhat's two down The nswer North Carolina. Dixie baa shown the H$ trreatrat motor prorrea for the vear. Ir North Carnllna leads the list with 1 f . per rent caln. South Carolina Is tn f ,l second plac...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

' 3 I ulaetMystery of the Summer 'cJ-louse I CHAPTER XVI. The Trial and Verdict. T would be Impossible to hate I anyone in I more thorough and whole-souled way than I hated that wretched mnn In the dork, and I yet 1 thought nothing rould be much J more offcns.ve or In worse taste than the apologetic kind of sniile which the Crown prosecutor put on hil face when he rose to address the jury. It was as much as to sny. "I I really ought to ask your pardon for rising up to expound to you a ca?a B that is so puerilely clear. It is, of course, an insult both to your In-telllgc-nce and to mine, but the forms of law require that 1 should do so " And as he laid the evidence be fore them, with that clarity which. I suppose long practice makes easy, it did seem to establish his case quite beyond possible debate. A woman bad been found stabbed to death in a lonely Summer-house. A man had admittedly made an assignation to meet that woman in that Summer-house at the very hour at or about which it ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

Hi fl 9 I 3 fascinating f)dective Story SfLroce 3utckuscm I fCotif mufd rom rrt'fding rage) II for a moment that bis client would have been In a remarkably equable IrM state of mind He did r ". Invito K toe Jury to any such improbable hypothesis On the contrary, it was very rtaln ,nar h waa ,n R highly nervous, excited, wrought up B This would be so by reason of WLm his recent narration with Sir I k Ralph, the husband, by reason of Ha- ! Bis anxiety for the woman whom Hflj he loved and whom he had brought Hl into a pajifloni and gneous sltua B tlon by that love, by reason of the lateness of the hour, by reason of B the danger both to htm and to her Bj If bo should be disco FWd thtlw H were a thousand reasons why ho should not he in a very patient Yet she did not come He who had driven nearly forty miles to HH meet her was at bis post fully I J twenty minutes before the time ap- HJ ! pointed She. who had but a few f score yards to walk, did not arrive dl not arrive W hat ould be deta...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

I! MARKET IN WALL I STREET INERT Recuperative Power Manifest ed in Later Dealings one Feature j NEW YORK, July 3. The note-, worthy feature of the week in the se curities market, opart from its ex-i traordlnary IherUa, was the recupera tive power ninniff sted In the later I dealings on moderate buying of tlte! popular selective stocks. This was true in equal measure of; the bond market. Disinterested observers regarded these forward movements as a further sign of the market's technically weak or oversold condition. Although July disbursements will, release some $350,000,000 of cash, the, rigid attitude of the fedeial reserve board and financial Interests co-oper-1 img with that organisation remains unaltered. Proof of this was seen In the rise of commercial paper lates to eight per cent, a quotation without i precedent here slnot 1907. latest advices from abroad point to greater strlngemv In London and on the continent. This week's statement i of the bank of ESnglsnd was eonsplcu 1 ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

, a MIL OCDKN SrANDARD-F.XAMlNER SL NDAY, JULY 4, 1020, B 11 forTsale 1 Real Estate OOO 5-room modern brick hungnlnw on bench; $500 ruth, helnnre like rent S"00 Jroom modi rn brick, M lot. on Washington avenue; any Umd of terms or uc-pt good automobile or oilier city property In trede. $2350 I) room frame on Alams avenue. $400 cafh. balance like rent. $3400 7 room modern brick, good location . on bench: any kind of terms or irade; Jut a few minor repairs will mnke this place eall worth $'.500. Severn1 other bin a for File or trade. THI COKTINKM AL lU ll.niNt;. LOAN ft I N VESTMENT CO. 411 Twentv-fourlli Bl Phone 3r II i R r, AO EE Insurance Real Estate New 4 room mcm. well located. $3250. I acres fine nrchird close In: $9000. room modern brick close In: 2 r""eH , orchard and garden. Fine home. ItO.OOC , 1 e. re fine land Twelfth street district ?1300 , I 2 acres, email house. garage, poultry house, all kind fruit ! terms. J-wOO R. O AO EE Real Eatate . InSUreni Rssmenf Rroo.u II..!....

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

I 14 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY. JULY 4. 1920. rMUII 1 , IIBM MlTI I I I IIIIB M IMIMMWIIilMII IMHII Mll MJLMUM I LLL-M M M II - . IBASESBALL VILE IN MEU EYE Jose Campos Declares Bull Fights Are Free From De ception of Yankee Sport Jo;e Campos, one of the leading! newspaper men of Mexico, who fre nuently pome 'o this country on im- pbrtant errands for his country, re cently stated that Mexico would never adopt baseball because the American game falrlv recks With deception ami links the fundamental features of en-, tertaimnent that are provided in lib-1 erel measure by 'he bull fight, which In one of the natlonnl pastimes Of the revolution-torn country. The great Mexican writer nce at tended a ball game In New York City. I He wrote a specie! (tory of the Rame; for his paper, and h yarn was prob ably more Widely read In Mexico than was the news of any of the hundred;-' of revolutions Which have occurred there In the past decade, ('ampos admitted in his story that he was not s...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

I Sunday, July 4, 1920 II I I a The Shock Was Too Qreat for MUTT'S Nervous System I1 I ( ft JEFF'S Dream Came True-Ali but the Finish. I F0R50L0AG-TKAT XM Cjeocrcy r I O HUNDREP Six- Si TW0 TV" 1 I 1 " !L-z Jl 1 H Tflf) Gee' i must have been (J GSBI r . ASLEEP. I HAP A G--EAT- r , j jU l Gobs 1" ' 'N this cra( anp a tall aaan say dReascoe fl iy HWmTffl WITH A BIG MC5rA:HE AND BLACK TR-U - I VONDEK cv $ L U Wyfl- FT HAr PN IN AND TOOK A ,F J Copyright, 191 1 by King Features Syhdi afa inc. P li II If I NOT Copyrigiitttt11 b Km.' Vra'.-ire ?vndi stc. Inc. 1 , J I I J I 1 '

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

r 1 I- ' MBngmxJi g " , . ;1 " (JUST SEE VGT A FINE . 1 'OHl.MlN'THE Joh SLAV f r-v I as 1 PJvn J B i 1 o jst. 1 I BUT REMEMBER - BE r Z , , ft!! k fcwE A10M6 ) Ajl iMAI 1M )X T 6ENTIEMITHIM-HEj jigfc " ' " 1 a TV KowSER UNO S hCt WSlM& I JY I i i . klU M' THE DETECTIVE! nVi 5HURL0CK OUCK UKCHI: -AC , 7 gBP o ow xrV hPflr0K a detective --.'j fine: J EsSt feoSh J I ' IpTR j sajfff Jested - omIoTSefiuke terJ- 733 -vr T wvrvy, be have j ; IZ5r"v ) pev vo sosmgrj -vvHliiilll v v Si?1 rift teSSl0CKi -J f?k P rBysLSTi Mlfi5iJirH TTCC DERUrfW J?a T: iKERPLUNK?p A DEM HAS BLUE H ytomEEW i -q- 4 jl mm

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

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 July 1920

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