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

I F.eth YMr-No. leT" OGDEN CITY, UTAH MONDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1920." LAST EDITION 4 P. M j FORMER OGDEN IN SUGGESTED I 8 COMMONER Why Not Goveror Brough for Candidate, Asks William DANIELS AND MEREDITH ARE MENTIONED, TOO Brandeis Also Good Man to t ft Name, Declares Leader of Dry Forces 1 By WD CIAM 3 1 NNINGS BR1 IS JU (Copyright 1520 l W J r.ryan.) n c. i -t- 1 " Service. SAX FftANCISCO. Cal.. July 4. A The political poi la boiling and as it boils, fi tfttll water La thrown out frOfrt time to tlm It would be thrown out, If It were wine and beer instead of water. The favorite sons ar- bci:.K dc serted. Senator Hitchcock released the sixteen delega.es from Nebraska after. Hie fifth ballot and they were left free to vote as they wished The two additional votes that he had gained from the other states were also rc leased. Senator Glass's support con-' tlnucs steadfast. His stale is stand?-, ing by him like a Trojan at the bat-j tie's front. At tlmea, when enthub-' lasii was at Its hei...

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. — 5 July 1920

l ICE . 'ant sae arr Sons m pany has started operating and is now manu facturing ice day and night. The ice is of splendid quality, the best that can be secured anywhere. A delivery system has been started and operates daily, reaching all parts of the I j city- Ice may also be secured at the plant in wholesale or ret?i! quanities- The company assures excellent service and invites the public to place all future orders with them, The plant is located at Grant Avenue and Twenty-first 1 j u AsaelFarr& Son's Co. 1 i PHONE 373 I 1 ty, T ii. i i WMMBMMM iiiiiii. i i 11 i i i i n-n iii-i mmT . I DEMOCRATS RESUMING BALLOTING AT S. F. (Continued from Page One) band apparently was the secret to the demonstration. Without it an attempt fell flat. AUDITORIUM, SAN FRANCISCO. July 5 On the thirtieth bal lot McAdoo overcame the Cox lead and iprang back to first place by gradual accessions which followed a slide from Indiana and Wash ington. The standing: McAdoo 403:c, Cox 4G0: C; Palmer 166; Da...

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. — 5 July 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY. JULY 5. 1920. - 'I HH - 2 IEDUCATORS NEAR ' FIGHT J S. L. Question of Reorganization Will Be Thrashed Out in Tabernacle SALT LAKE. July 5 Although thoy Will not hold their firm formal sr 1 Hlon until tonight member of the Na tional Education association guthered here for their annual convention al ready are drawing their lines for a renewal of the contest brought Into prominence last year on the question of re-organh'-atlon. In all quarters it la admitted that, this Is the principal issue this year. The specific question Is whether the body shall transact Its business! through :i liO'l of lel-g:ili-s -1 . -1 . -. 1 from state education botflss affiliated into one national unit instead of through the vote of all members at- ! idliig the. national convention as atj present. ffJKj Six cities have invited the next H meeting. They arc New York. Chl- tJMfc i.tifn, Philadelphia, Ies Moines, SI. H Joseph, Mo., and San Francisco. H Educators arriving fr...

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. — 5 July 1920

sT n I 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JULY 5. 1920. THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY I Entered at Second Clat Motter at the Pottofflce, Onden, Utah. Established 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Pre3t An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun ,i day morning: without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH ,n nfffi') ONE YEAR W.00 - 5$riaBg MEMBFR TH3 ASSOCIATED PRESS Hfe I The Associated Preis Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any t news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local ne published herein. I TAMMANY HALL '.S ATTITUDE There ban not been s Democratic convention in twenty-four yean that the leaders "i Tamuiauy Hall have aol indulged in browbeating and at times bulldozing in an effort to force the uirtj to accept tlie mandate f Tammanj For years Tammany has throaloned to sulk, it' the politicians of New York were disregarded in their choice of candid...

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. — 5 July 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY. JULY S, 1920. 5 1 I j SiOVE and MARRIED LIFEj 3 b). the noted author t Idah MGlone Gibson Ji WSjP -7-t .... j.aun ii a iwsasaBssasacaBByaTaf m John Child I hav often wondered If It frefi (tome HH trick of fate that always made John and DM touch upon nomr subject that H was taboo the moment we were to- JH In an Instant nil the sweetness of ' John's greet. ng. .ill his seeming regnd tr.r mt and mj H . In his assumption that whatever he chose to name the bah) would be ac IV -m by mi with niu.'i M.t . if i. H. enthusiasm. fe I was Hiiro thai John was not trying to name the baby Elizabeth jut be cadae It was his mother's nnmc. in tultlvely I felt that Elizabeth More- H Ir.nd. with diabolical cleverness, had B suggested that tbS baby be numed after his mother arJ at the same Mm JJ 'miling! remarked ' Vou know. John. K JR. sure you care for me a little and P k 'i t yours bears mv name " H John with his masculine eji.t.ni H y would he unconVelouslv soo...

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. — 5 July 1920

i 8 ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY , JULY 192G I BHOOKLYNTAKES I DOHEJEMR Lose to Washington. 2 to 5, While Cleveland Bunch Defeats Detroit. BRooKLY N'. July 4. Brooklyn' piled up .11 hits in the first Sunday I B double-header of thn season today, and beat Philadelphia twice, 10 to i H and 7 to 0. The only run scored by j the visitor was a homo run by Stengel h the first Kama. Scores: PPH First game R. H B.I Philadelphia 1 1 H j Brooklyn 10 16 Batteries Meadows. Gallia, Betts H and Tragcs.ser, Wheat, Cad ore and OH Set nd came K. II E. Philadelphia 4 H I Brooklyn T 16 OOH Batteries Hubbell, Belts and H ' Wheat; Grimes and sillier, Taylor. GIAXTS .l r woi Ml K 0001 NEW VdRK Jul) 4. -Timely hit- H ting by New York, with loose fielding by Boston, enabled tho t win) H today, 8 to 5. Bpencer, New ork out- H fielder, played his first game ami made H a good Impression. Score: OOOH Boston 5 11 4 j j New York 8 S 3; IIIH Batteries McQuillan and O'Nell; H Toney and Smith; Bnyder s: LIj...

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. — 5 July 1920

L THR OGDEN STANDARD-EX AMINER MONDAY. JULY 5, 1920. 7 H FOR SALE f Real Estate J 1 nVK ROOM mmif of brick for 1f h own-r i !. ct after 5 P m. at S7S Twenty fourth treet nr fam on priT and terms If taken at one, g 3?4 J CALIFORNIA hon-M r.d farms for sale. ntv and rountn All alze. ICOOA tn HH '".(WO !d1 donate, foil and Wtf SH '--rjrc 111 r, i M. iur free Palmtn Co.. fill Van v BU Ib Ansel. , FTNTt-ROOM r(w)rn hrlrk. almost new:; mwM ft rnarr hef. Thirty firm Street nd rr.nt avenr. JJO00. Good term" Sinall I ..' nquln -' W ihil t.-'on V." Wtl d: , i t . in View, I1 plant ' ' ""' .-n n - rht. smaJI house; Will changl for rooel automobile as part pax UfeM rrr- .vl (.a-'tu. r rloae to Ofrdcn HfM -n a-r car ! mode rvxl farm lanrt. 11 now paying g I nrf al $100 pei This place a good buy. 40 arres Irrr roved farm rlnniod to a - i trnfM Ufa pes. potato-s. etc I nrro. PStUre, ,.r.len' water right. Implement- and ma -Mvn-. rows PIS chickens. goo,l six j room brirll hci.f. hsrn and "tbr "? , ...

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. — 5 July 1920

She tattbarb-IExamutr OGDEN , I MONDAY ULY 5. 92C. OGDLiS, U1AH J I A BRILLIANT COMEDY-DRAMA FULL OF LAUGHS AND INTENSE DRAMATIC MOMENTS THAT' WILL STIR YOU TO THE DEPTHS YOU WILL nVaNT TO SEE THIS 1 7 MSrillKyfk H A Scene from ' i 1 Do you remember the days of the old rag doll you oberished, the school girl loves? Do you like James Whit comb Riley's pocms Then you will laugh and tears will come to your eyes in living over again ihc old days in seeing this picture. AND A SUNSHINE GIRL COMEDY, "JAZZ BANDED M UTAH THEATRE ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW Largest and Most Comfortable Arm Chairs IPRIESTHdOD TO ; IET11Y Members of Weber Stake to Hear Reports of Spe cial Workers Members of the priesthood of th- i Weber s:nke are urgently requested to bi In attendance at the stake priest -I hood meeting In the Second ward 9 chapel next Sunday afternoon. I President L. W. Shiirtllff has an J nounced that he win nrrange for re-1 J ports to be given by throe reprcsenta I liven of the stake who have recentl...

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

I Fiftieth Year-No i7i. Price" F.ve cent, OGDEN CITY, UTAH TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 6, 1920. " LAST EDITION 4 P. M. i, JOB US REPORTER I ' OPENED M FOR I KOI lypiCS Democratic Candidate Spent Early Years in Public School and on Farm TAUGHT SCHOOL AND WAS PRINTER'S DEVIL Has Been Governor of Ohio 1 Three Times; Owns News paper in City of Dayton f . James M Cox was born at Jackson- Msf j burg, Butler county, Ohio, March 31, W'Npi1, 1S70. Ho bad a public school and f high school education Ills earlj iif was spent working on a farm and at- tending school. Mis parents were not evejB comfortably supplied with money 1 and young Cos "had to work fur all S he gol fjak While still : boj he becanv print- filiafl cr's devil on a Cincinnati newspaper, and then after a shorl Season teaching pchool, became a reporter on the Cin- J cinnati Enojutrei BOUGHT DAYTOU PAPER. His shrevd appraisal of men and things won him favor in the sight of J Pnul Sorg, millionaire tobacco man, and, when Sorg was elected...

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. — 6 July 1920

1 1 I 2 THE OGDEN GTANDARP-hXAMlNER, TUESDAY. JULY 6, 1020 M I I "Trails End" And Cox's Birthplace Above "Trail's End' the beautiful residence of Governor .fames M. Cox at the end of an old Indian tiail DUtlidr L)sytdn O. Le: Ti1 Da; ton News I uilding. home cf Cox's Dayton newspaper Right The house in which Cox vnu bo-n at Jacksonburg, Butlev-co Ohio. I j Stories About Democratic Nominee IR C C. l V I! . Muff SMM ial DAYTON. ill !. July 6. One of Governor James it. Cqx'b cronies la Kd Antrim of Hamilton. hio. recent ly retired a stnte law librarian. T1" two were boyhood frlendN tn Butler! bounty 35 years ago My carl lent reei llectlon of Jfhlinle Cox." said Antrim, remlnieenctngi 'was seeing him Arlvq ini' Jake Mbr ner's feed stable, m ar i ht old High and Main streets suspension brl K 6, In Hamilton, hack In 1 s 1 5 . "I was working In Bmyers' hardw re store across the street, and i i would often come Into our store in bU) nails nr binder twin" or other ihn.g on h's father's farm....

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. — 6 July 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, 1 LLSDAY. JULY 120 2H I, LFJCUE WEAK I SAYSJARUER P Without America the League ! of Nations Is Bankrupt: Other Phases 1 ' j ii. 1. 1 M L m i i IBAR International Xewn Berries smrr orrospondeat. LONDON, July :. The league of HH nation ha rothlnjr but costly offl- ClaJfcj comnilMlona and resolutions." "To protect a small state It has no more power than the Society for the I'rotection of Women and Children." It Is now certain that America will never work out in Europe tho WUeon iiL inn covenant." H "Wlthotrt America tho league N ' Th .' .ire l.ut a few of the points made bv Frederick Harrison In an nrticJo written for tho Fort nightly Re- JUL irrlaon Is exceedingly wii kno.wn in England as a thinker and an au tlior. He Is lght -eight nrs of age, but In uptte of his yearn has an K3 i xtraordlnury vigor of mind and body. Kj Ii. 1901 he was Washington lecturer Chicago now is rlce-preeldont of tb Royal Historical society. As an nnthor he has written Inrjie numb...

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. — 6 July 1920

4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. TUESDAY, JULY 6. 1920. T ! Ill I I mm IIWIW1IIIIM. PM ! I I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY filtered Second-CI Matter at the Potofflce, Ooden, Utnh, Estnbllihed 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Pre9 An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH . ?s Hbt - ONE YEAR ... WOO ' linL." MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Atoclte; Pre It exclusively entitled to the ute for republlcntlon of ny new credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and alio the local nev published herein. I THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE. In nominating James M. Cox, governor ot lii, as llicir candidate fnr president, the Democrats have placed at the head of their ticket a man of ability, bul it is questionable that they did not make a political mistake in failing to nam.' McAloo, who is recognised as the friend of labor and the one man in the parly who conld h...

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. — 6 July 1920

THF. OGDEN STAN'J.RD-F..AMiNER. TUESDAY. U.. t. 1 920 5 4 There Are Beads and Beads, But I Peter Bender Knows Them All 1BL Ml N BARMS. T - j :v 1TORK. July 5. In I Ittlll 1 I shop, (battered and time Worn entl K M )' IDdiOB Well III frOffl the SiOSWalM t on N tuth at reel here, lives c. Uvea 1 i- till rttrhl word a small whi I h.iircd oii man jl ii tji- window is the nems Peter I i d below Beads .1 it i here, the) tay, thai the wave 9 o". popuuiic th:it beads now enjoy, 9 had Ita nnd i Is here thai it win V once more reach It climax to w.nk SSjnln Into IU twenty-five years of I Oulivlon." as Peter culls It. I Th- shop. the little alert, eccentric. 1 o..i in.. ii i'. shining bead tapestries, f the DlUte dim crucirixea on the wall - I the ancient mcllowni:n of IDe sun- I Ugh? -all Is like a book by I-lok n:,. f r.i perhaps that mors florid and ics . ft. Jo.vful writer. Marie forclll. Tf dealt In beailw for almost halt "k " century,' he soya looking o tn- I ) p or iii spectoclaa "And I...

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. — 6 July 1920

H f HERE is nothmR that is quite I so practical during the summer months as an extra pair of lightweight trousers. For warm weather functions we ar offering flannel and cool cloth in jDlain and striped effects that involve B both good appearance and comfort. TEMAND "WHISTLE" Reg- U B, Pat Office "Hoot th Substi-toot" J For Subscription and Muvertismg j Department, Ca:i Phone No 6 RANDOM REFERENCES Hl E. A Olson A Son. 2213 Washing: Hj ton Ave Phone Special tula un H ! used rue . roctvcra and unaira m 1 Small Fire A sparkler thrown on the roof ignited the ihinglei ou Lbo B house owned by Robcrr Todd ne.ir the corner of Grant and Healy H j i-tnie yesterday. 'the damage was I . A. H. Grose. H s expi 1 1 HB Is at the Broom hot I few Weather "Generally fair tonicht and Wednesday, Wanner tonight."1 i This was the prediction received in H Ogden this morning from the United States weather bureau. Electric Wiring and Repairing Call l'hone 787. ; Law and Motions Probate I motions are on the b...

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. — 6 July 1920

. THE OGDEN STANDAKU-tAAMU lUfcgMAY, JUL) t, 1 920. 7 I Exuberant Celebrator ' N V Let Go By City Judge Taking cognlr.Ance that Sunday was i tha Fourth. City Judge D. TV Roberts fory v Fr1 McKlnney's exurbemn .--rpresaed by placlnr torpedo on ttrMtmr track bv riving htm a five days' suspended sentence In city court I & thl. morn In. I Mi-Klnn j.ill lie plavctd one torpc-I 1 m do on the car t-nck nnd It Wa ax plodd. Ry the tlmr He h.iH i cofl the second explosive en th truck hi J nriTic smote him ana he removed J It, b4it not bafor Tom Hurt, U t. C 1 speclaJ nj-int, placed bim undr ar il mat, he a Id 00 1 . 1 There are more than 2.000.000 mem I hers of the Masonic rder In tlv- T I'nlted SUtes and Canada I I la obtained from one trc. Rappy fs the Hostess Who Serves Uintah Supreme ICE CREAM 4 It;8 I everybody At the little ai K I gatheringor for the family? I supper dessert this siuoo'h. I pure Ice cream is the refresh I ment par excellence. H Four delicious flavors I Carmel Nut Va...

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. — 6 July 1920

I DETROIT BREAKS LOSING STREAK Divides Holiday Games With St. Louis By Winning in Afternoon 7 to 3. DTCTROIT, July :.. Detroit broke! its long I. .sine streak and divided the I holiday games with Bl Louia bj wjn nine this afternoon 7 tn t, Bxcel I lent pitching by Dauas was chiefly re I ponslbie for the Tige. victory. The I morning game went to St. luls five lo I f. ur Mm nine g 1 me. I I Score: R " ' f Bt Loins 5 11 0 Detroit " 0 Batteries Pothoron and Bevereld; I Btimke end Stanage. Afternoon game j Score: R. H. B. j 9L Louis 3 T 2 Detroit " 15 1 Batteries Vangilder, Burwell and Severeid; Dause and Stanage CHIl t.-l I.I I ! M CHICAGO, July ." 'n on eighth In n.ng rally, Chicago Scored six inns ,-nd won the nfternoon game from 1 Cleveland, r, to 6. after tnking the H idling pint, E to 3 The scores: Morning game II H. K ' lev eland 3 0 Chicago B 1 Batteries. Caldwell. N'iehaua Faeth gpd O'Neill; Williams ami Schalk Afternoon game 1 H M. K. ( ieveland S 10 0 Chicago l 3 I Pacific Coa...

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. — 6 July 1920

PI H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY, JULY 6. 19Z0. g j FOR SALtT s k. Real Estate aSa"S"aSl WMMWWMWMfcW owwwil TfTF otWRANTT MOST AOS CO 41 24th Sr rhon-K MOW l3.fViM 4 ROOM n,o..n l.unnlowi !-' 5ixll7, House In rood ronril Bet of l.lh f!ttur i-o-Atvl (Hre I'(V)( from Wash ington Av on tvrtrh Id"!! lo ration 1-ot worth $1,000 Term tl.:na.fto Srqom modern irtck Cmimwi( N' iiTit. Garage. Hoi wtti heat, null tin naaturea, n Idesl home for good-tsed fnm ily, nnil on exceptional ' i l.octed on half Meek off pave nirni. on bench, and it mln-' ut to renter of town. Muit a he B-r n to pprcltl T'rmi I TfTK QL'ARAjfTY MtTRTOAOJE CO 416 24th Ft Phones Af Jl j r w c iNN 1 Dl lol i:iM' Insurance PRACTICAI..LV ner 4 room COttage In , ooJ locution nnd In firt rliu condition. , has basement, garage an1 CtllekWI run Price, I3.lt00.00 Terina. Goo 4-room brick cottar, altuafd on tao of rholr. land In rood location Plenty of Irrlgatlne wtrr. KOUaf " rood cellar ami -T-nH porch. Price, lJ.150.0o. ....

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. — 6 July 1920

H Sailor Turns Tables I Snipe-Hunter Is Tamed I Spoofers Get Fooled I "Snipe hunting is one of the oldest sports known ' . At least that Is what some of the llv. wires say of the sport. But there ,ir fllw:ivs those who bite when a Joke of a practical nature Is stager! Thin on happened at the South Fork Sun day evcnlng-and due prlnclpnlh to the I ,.n hat the tables were turned, is rather amusing. Sixteen vounc men of tighten betooK upon themsehes a short vacation ana frith he arrival of the moon and in darkness decendlng decided to stage a 'snipe hunt." 9-h-h-h-h-h-h Don't tell the secret. One voun man. Ray Sailor. b name, wn, granted the honor of klg the first -snipe." Kay. havin" had little experience, expected to at least make I a limit catch. He was finally stationed nn a small hill within view of the camp with lan tern i none hand and a sack in in"" other with instructions to bag Uli limit, the other members being assist ed to raid the location, thus spoof lne the snipe Into ent...

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. — 7 July 1920

1 FWtt Year-No. i?I : pnce Five Cent, OGDEN CITY, UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 7, 192a LASEDITION 4 P. M. J PLAN CAMPAIGN FOR COX AND ROOSEVELT J A A ' JL. A JL, -pw A. a a. , . . U. S. LEARNS OF MORE MEXICAN REVOLT WASHINGTON IS KEEPING EYE Ofs " SIGN OF TROUBLE. General Vilia Reported to Have Signed Armistice With ft New Government. BANDIT AGREES TO CEASEH!S ATTACKS American Observers in Mexico Send to Capital Reports of A Rebel Activity. J J , V).M pass ros Jul) :. 1 Reports rrom below Ou border isjJBB ycsteVdaj WcUn ,gfljV KOTcriuncnl paymaster's train had Tkhmi robbed ol 150 OOfl Wexit on gold bj bandits controlling Mon- -gfTglH ... Troopf m re n p i I i hurrying there rrom Torroon, So trains were running beyond Saoinas. gl NGTOI 1 ' s)evolu tlpntity movements 1" various pai ls Of tklM .Mexico 1,1 "' gaBSBaaU ..ived at the American officials In - that count,,. gftgftl The movements apparently arc unre- gSBaBBBBBal Piled and of minor Importance, but - are being carefully stucueo...

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. — 7 July 1920

2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAM INEK, WEDNESDAY JULY 7. 1920 (1 HI Bryan Silent on Cox, I But He Raps Wilson and Late Convention in WILLIAM n WINGS BRYAN HJ 1 1 "r:in exclusively for Un I versa. Scr- HN ir Copyright. 1920. by William 1 J. Bryan.) j SAX FRA27CISCO, July 6 This j r;iole has !o bo placed upon the i Wire before the nomination of the H.j 1 Mldidate for vice president, but. it may bo assumed thnt tho tall will B to with the hide." or. In other words. V thOM Who own the ship will 1 rniSh the crew. The vtro prcslden- 1 1- 'ndldate ought to be in harmony h the presidential candidate The H at of the tleket may very properlj challenged to debate with rival ui- dldatea. but he ought not to be ex ed 10 hold a joint dlecUMlon with r inning mate. 1 have ions since reached the enn , lelon thr.t the vice president should I r .1 large part in our government. I i the first Issue of my paper. 19 H 1 e;.ra ago lat January. ' presented I in argument in fnor of making thf i Ice president ex-off...

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