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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 July 1920

FOR SALE r ( Real Estate j THK GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO 116 Twenty fourth 51 Phones 280. tfl 111 60 Brand new S room mo-lorn rcnirnl basement. Ixit 50x150 feci. nnd vvntor right for Irrigating r.asy tnnit, 5."250 Buys a hrlek bungalow of E rooms. Inrgra sleeping porch full bsasment furmAre hc.it. fireplace, cverythinc in A-1 condition Has beautiful Invvn nnd garden Close In on the bench, with south front. (6400 We have to n-w brick bungalows to he finished soon; these homes will lie strictly modern and hnv solid oak floors throughout, except k'.l.heti W feel sure, that when ihej aie sold there will he no more on th market to compare with Hum fit the price, for a lone time to come. T.et us show ou. THK. GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO 111 Twentj fourth st. Phpttes 660. 40 ncres A-1 land at Tremonton level excellent water right, pood 7 room house, In good condition: rood bam and our building: Improvement worth abOUt half .-ke.i for the place. This is good rami ind the price Ix Verj 1 Including crops...

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. — 8 July 1920

I LOVE AND THE STAGE ! I AND A YOUNG GIRL'S FATE! WILLIAM FOX Presents jVIiss shirley" m ason In a Fascinating Romance in Which Art and Cupid Collide, wont want to miss I l9ve s Harvest From Pearl Doles Bell's Novel, "His Harvest" Directed by Howard M. Mitchell j At UTAH IHarbertson Willing To Meet Geo. Nelson Th defl slammed at Jack Herbert; son last Week by George Nelson was' answered today by the local Wat inar- , vel. Nelson Stated last week that he was out to meet the local star at any time, any place or for any amount' and that he had SGOO to put on the I platter lcr a side Vet. Harbertson toda" rtuted that he was eager to meet Nelson but that he wanted to see the color of the money COT his work on the mat before ho j signed to meet the Preston star. Nelson Is a former Bait leaker and has a great reputa'.lon as a mat star ami Is expected to K'-' tin local won der a run for l.Tarels should the match be arranged. He Ik at present at Pres ton. Iduho where he Is in strong with the...

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. — 9 July 1920

I Fiftieth Ycar-No. 174. Price Rye Cent. OGDEN CITY, UTAH FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 9, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. ML if BERLIN ACCEPTS DISARMING PLAN ip S 3 fr CORRUPT USE OF I IBilE Campaign Contributors Seek Their Reward in Various Ways. He Tells Masons. I REDUCTION OF DUTY FREQUENT REQUESTS Former Secretary Declares Primaries Are a Disgrace to United States. NEW YORK. July 9 William G. McAdoo. open King at the dinner of the National League of .Masonic riubs here last night, declared "there is no menace so great to our nation as the corrupt use of money for campaign; purposes." I was secretary of the treasury for six vears and know the brum that la done by the misuse of tQOriAy in this Ii way," ho said. 'I am not talking abQUt Republicans aJono. but Demo crata as well, for they all look alike to me when they are guilty of spend -d ' ing money In the manner indicated. ' Mr. McAdoo declared campaign coii trlbutors would seek their reward In I various ways, one of Which was the i eduction of...

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. — 9 July 1920

l 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY. JULY 9, 1920. H I WIFE TELLS OF I PLOT UPOH LIFE Woman Says Wealthy Patent Attorney Sought to Make Away With Her WASHINGTON. July 0 Presenting ,tlmory to support I"'1 charge, that ,r divorced hiisbnn1. Cheater A. snow. tMlth) palest attorney of Ihls it, instlKatd S p.lot to emi her llf 1r Kdrtis Hutmrd Snow, at u pre liminary hearing, outlined three method, she alleccd hfi h:id consid ered. , Mrf Know testified thrtt Mrs Edna p Acker, private detective who with Snow nnrt Hunh Milton Langdon. h chauffeur, was ai-rcst-i in connection with the alleged conspiracy, had con-i-ed (o her that oni p'nn was to bring About hi fall from the top of hlrli building or I lift lolsonlnK was dlaOUHed, she testified. lut i.oih schemes, ah? charged, ert abandoned In favor of u plnn to drug her during an automobile ride The machine. Mrs Snow declared Mrfl Acker had edniltted was then to be wrecked, making It appear that she had been accidentally kind This was to ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 July 1920

Hi 1 H , THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1920. 3 I 9 h THE LAMPS 7 OF LLOYD I vera ft LAMPS of LAUGHTER t I Do You Know How to Act -in a .House With 1 Haunted Spooks? M HAROLD LLOYD k The King of Comedians in 9 "flaunted Spooks" I ' Also t GLADYS BROCKWELL I In Latest Success zW 'WHITE LIES" jg OGDEN THEATRE H "As Cool as the Yukon" " I CflRNIVALDPENS" I HERE FOR WEEK Thrillers and Shows of All De scriptions Arrayed at Lorin Farr Park. Ogdenites who have never witnessed KjP , tho pleasure center of the larger j towns were given Fair conceptg&m of V "SJ - Coney Island-like amusements at Lo-1 f i In Fair park list night with the In;-, Hal showing of Wortham's shows, brought here under the direction of the American legion. I Sideshows, circuses, freaks and world wonders arc gathered around; the arena in a bewildering array. Then there are the thrill-producing devices such as the Whip, the- Frolic, the Ferris w heel, carousal, motor-1 drome. Over the Falls, and other si...

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. — 9 July 1920

M - - , MaiaMMMMattaMMMMMMMM r 1 I 4 - THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, KRIDAY, JUI.Y 9. 1920. ITH E STAN DA R D-E XAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered at Second-Clast Matter at the Postofflce, Ooden, Utah. Established 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published overy evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH ,75rrt':t?t I ONE YEAR 59.00 ' iJqf , MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any j newi credited to It not otherwise credited In thli paper and alio the local ne published herein. I THROWING MEN INTO PRISON ndignanl because Presidenl Wilson commuted the sentence of John Dorsej from eight years to four years in prison Judge K. M. Lam l is- lias scored the president. ' I wonder what frame of mind he must have been in," said Ju'dge Landis, "to em suc h a sentence.',' Judge Landis is one of bur besl federal judge...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 July 1920

H 1 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1920. 5 B - :- - , " " ' i Washington Hires Woman Instructor to Teach Tiny Tots How to Swim WASHINGTON, Julj 9. The Capi tal city I? golnK at the art of 'Tlm Miing In a business-like rrinncr and j ' the. Washington municipal bathing I DRESSING MY BABY HH ' You may sit up today as Ion? a TOSS you wish," said the nursr to me in the uftUB morning when I awakened "I am quite sure that will be all day. nurse," I answered for 1 am feeling 'tS fine." I was bathed and dressed quickly and then I begged the nurse to let me Ufci''', holp with the baby's toilet "I want to I bathe her, ' 1 said ' "Do you think yuu are perfectly able,' she asked. Pp ' Why, of course I am She Is four j t weeks old, is she not? Man:, man) A I women who are not able to afford I some one to do It for them must take care of their babies within ten days EcsH or two weeks." KxflH "But you must remember, Mrs tl&itE Gordon, that you have been very 111 Your ease has been...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 July 1920

I 3 i . ' .rv xv'i i - i"jo, jj I UTAH EDUCATORS ACCUSED OF USING PRUSSIANMETHODS SALT LAKE, July 9. Roor Kanizatlon on a delegate plan voted and lrtiiiill all other "ad : ministration" plan wer carried through Including election of Fred M Hunter of ikland. California at president, at today's business meeting of tho National Fduca H lion association- MIm Ethel Gardner, president j of the Milwaukee Teachers' aaao- m elation who had been nominated K A, one of tv el iec presidents, withdrew She said she had b en nnsulted regarding the matter. Miss Gardner charged "Prusslan ism had been used in welding the Utah members Into an almost solid unit In favor of reorganlzu- Miss Margaret Half' prr-semed , -feral amendments to the reor j ganlzation plan and made a bitter flcht In behalf of each She was 1 unable to secure Its change In any Important particular oo I POLES WILL MOVE CAPITAL AS REDS BREAKING THROUGH LONDON. July 9. It Is the In tention of Poland to move her seat of government from...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 July 1920

mi Tomorrow j If 1 Iff i tML W I Hat Sale,XJj j Beginning at nine o'clock tomorrow with the opening of the doors wc offer The Great $5. i Hats Sale. ? I Every hat in the department with the exception of taffetas will be placed on the tables and you are invited to take your unrestricted choice (excepting taffetas) for $5. i There are hundreds of handsome summer hats hats that will be in good style until late fall. EAnd many of them $15. values in fact there are a few that are worth more than $15. j Beginning tomorrow morning at 9 jj L j Any Hat Here $ j ! Except Taffetas j A GOOD xPLAE TO TRADE I i j I I "Keep Cool" j I A Palm Beach suit will take the "sting out of a day like this. Palm beach cloth lets the heat out and the cool breeze in. Good enough looking tt ' to wear anywhere. Washable, cleanable, ironable. X The most economical suit a man can own. And Oh! so comfortable. You can have any palm beach here at a low sale price. I Silk Shirts $6.75 r There you arc at last. Before th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 July 1920

I JEWS OF WORLD I TO HIKE TITHE Great Scheme of Homeland in Palestine Is Unfolded at Meeting in London. LONDON. July 9- A report pro scnted to the Zionist conference by J. A. NalditCh, of the national exe !U- fM ilvd committee, sugResting that all Jews bo taxed ten pc r Cent of their annual incomes for the foundation fund for public works in Palestine re salted in animated discussion. Sony of tho delegates violently oppose.! the meiwure. but the general opinion or the delegates appeared l:vorublo to 1 It. Mr NalditCh proposed that the juonev be collected In proportion to capital hi the cane of propertied classes, and In proportion to annual fM Income In the case of others Thr col- lections will begin throughout the world simultaneously on an appointed i si . oi tit: u s B The money collected would bo i P- plied to institutions, shelters, lmmi grunt dwellings, medical help and the relief and maintenance of existing; schools and the building of new schools, Including agricultural, Ind...

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

' iTI Bj THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JULY 9 192(1 9 Ul lcKP i:t k CONDITION OF Commercial National Bank tfj-W 1 At icd.'n. In the State of liah, At the (.lone of business on June 30. 1920. Jj RESOURCES J,:rB Loans nmi discounts, Including rediscounts $lif 2,167.St I i Total loans $1.58:1.107.36 - J " " f" bills radl nted with Federal I serve 'O J Hank (other than bank acceptances old ) . Sn,448."l l.tn,7 1 vx:, jH If J Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 8,234.48 8,234.18 j I'. B, GOVERNMENT SECURITIES OWN1 i 9 i Deposited ! Secure elreutatiofi (D 8. iond par Hf i value-) 100.000.00 IBflr Pledged si collateral for state or other deposits or fnm bills payable 186.650.00 4AI "v. ne,l .-.nd unpledged 5.200 00 IHI Total I". S. Government securities 290,Sf0.00 OTHER BONDS, SEI URITIKS, ETC.: KH Securities, other than U. S bond." (not Including storks), owned nnd unpledged 34.333 81 BH Totnl bonds, Securities, otc, other than U. 8 34.333 8 kH stock of Federal Reserve Rank io per ce...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 July 1920

" " I 1 I Cheap Sugar Improbable for the Next Ten Years at Least I West Indies and For East Now the Real Profi I tecrs. With Whole World Bidding Fran- ticalh for Supply All Too Small I By THEODORE R V KELLER Editor of "Sugar " r E cry Ot "rrolllrrr1 Prof It ' T '" la I thundering through the whole lengtr -1 and width of ih-se Hnlted states, and the chief gout of all s the muih abused, much misjudged AmTlran grocer-especially nbfn he charges '.A rrnt a pound for sugar. The puhllr simply ha; decldad I"! t. believefiny explanation whatever: o con tinue crying about "anuses and gouging bv crorkM profiteers..' nnd to close it? eyes resolutely o any ,ii;si,,i lonH which might III irme slirht manner alleviate the present some wha t onerous rondlUone Pf-rhnp" the (ants oriented In fhta nrtlele ma ai-dst wholesale and retnil grocers throughout the country in convincing their ri"ftc.mcrs (rat the true profiteering at this t'me s jrotnc oe r the islands of the West Ind'rs an-: t l.r Far K.aM w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 July 1920

I THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY JULY 1920. j I! 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE I v. l Pet 1 Cincinnati 39 29 .574 Brooklvn 41 31 &9 1 St. Louis 3S 35 .621 Pittsburg 3.". 33 .515 hi.- p. i 3" 35 .507 Boston 29 33 .468 i New York 33 89 458 Philadelphia 27 13 386 v ceterdaj Results At Cincinnati Boston-Cincinnati gAme postponed, rain At Chicago New York 6, Chicago 8. ' At St. Louis Brooklyn 14, St. Louis 2. At ritlsl.urK Philadelphia 0. Pitts- I urg I- I 'da i 'u S Ih-iIiiIc. Philadelphia at Pittsburg. Boston at C incinnati. New Vork at Chicago , Brooklyn at St. Louis. i CHICAGO TAKES j FIRSTOFSERIES. Brooklyn Wins From St. Louis and Pittsburg Defeats 'fie-' Philadelphia WW i 'HICAGO. July 8 Toney was hat- W i tod freely and Chicago defeated New V ork eight to five in the first gum of the ser!o? Twombly's home run in the sixth inning which sent two A runners in ahead of him clinched the m game for the locals Score R H E. I Sew STork ...... S d - UT: Chicago H fl H Batteries Toney. Winters...

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. — 9 July 1920

I THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY. JULY 9, 1 920. , 1 I PRICES STEADY I IN UTAH STOCKS H Tintic Standard and Iron King Prove Most Active in Salt Lake Dealings. H Trading today on thr Salt Lake 8tock & MinlnR Exchange was rather active with th prices In the majority of th stork about toau There H were one or two to make a change. 1 Ing most noticeable In Tiniic Suml nrd and Iron Kinfe. the former 1 tinning downward us low is J3 u nd closing with 18.30 bid and $3 30 aeked. while the latter was practically the only stock on the board to show H any strencth, opening at 22c and sell In up to SSftc, closing with 23c bid H and 2 4c asked. Antelope Star brought 'jr. Bureka I Lily changed hands at Ic, olunibuf Rexall brought from 47S to 4S4c. Cardiff went at ? 1 .36. Howell ( hanged hands at 6c Iron King ndr-v..! to 28MC, Leonora went at l'i and 1C. Nalldrlver brought 76c, Eureka Bui lion was steady at 9C, Silver Shield was actle at 31c, and Tilltlc Standard fold from $3 . 40 down to...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 July 1920

I i FOR SALE 1 .?lit J : Four room modern gungelOW, on bench. P. 'hfap for rash. Four -room modern stucco. Inrcc sleep- tj Hfl ms" porch good basement, good lot. S000, Hf easy terms. M Two ' mom modem home, close in st - .". bargain ; JM SMTTTT M JNIiHKS CO 'W '""Ity Department Pit One IH, 1 Mr S. Hinder" 8401 . Jk $5000 Bins new modorn .") room brick ill- 'I aete ;,.. hicks from Reed Hotel. X'TM I Half cash , , I $5500 livs beautiful 6-room modem hrlck. 4Ji 1 with full sleeping iorch douhh C" :iP 1 rag lota Of sh:de and lawn: lot Sf ! axl 68 lh Ji $1700 Buy? practically new 1 room mod fPafJ rn house. Mln.it.- .-n 1" neli my' " PROERER ft FOv LBS fi p.e&i Estate, Loam Innancc zH"' .'409 Hudson Ave. Phone 9H I. THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CP , 41C Twenty fourth St. PhOnCS ISO, 81 ,1 tllfiO Brand new s room modern, ement hp.sement Lot 5015o feet nnd I water right for ItTlgstlng BSSJ issso Buya hrle'.; bungalow of -i room. ' inrg.- aleeplng !'r. h. full l,ftpf m' "1' I ...mac. heal rtr- ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 July 1920

1 ,,,,,,,. eiir tanuanVIE.vanmttT , 1 i LOVE AND THE STAGE! AND A YOUNG GIRL'S ! FATE! WILLIAM FOX Presents IVIiss I SHIRLEY MASON The best picture she ever made In a Fascinating Romance in Which Art and Cupid Collide 6fou j wont want I Love s riarvest From Pearl Doics Bells Novel. "His Harvest" Directed by Howard M. Mitchell I At UTAH Special Children's Matinee Saturday IOgden Sportsmen 16 Hold Meeting Tonight Ono of the ni' : important nicotines "of the "Weber County Rod and Gun Club during lh, pr---onl :nr will be held tonight at s o'clock In tho coun ty: court house. The iir-.pos"il "XtrM j slon of the chicken hoolinj season' will be dlciis"-il ari'l .is a result it 1a'predlct d that recommendation will , he made to the state fish and gome I department to defer the opening of I tho season until Soptcmber 1 or 16, j I The late spring and the smal) size, 4 of the chickens at present will cause j a wholesale slaughter If 'he reason' j Is opened at the soH'dulnl time this; 9 year, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 10 July 1920

I Fiftieth Year-No. iTs Price Five Cents" OGDEN CITY, UTAH SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 10, 1920. ; LAST EDITION 4 P.lvt o v o ; J Palmer 9 Hi Cost Bureau Attacked SENATOR SAYS HEUMOTE TO r Witnesses Say H. C. L. Fight Was Really Boost for Pal mer in Politics ' SLUSH FUWD pbers GET MORE CONFIDENCE Women Say They Talked d Campaign on Supposedly V Official Department Trips jH ST LOUIS. Mo.. July 10 Repeal of fl the appropriation granted by the last congress to the department of Justice to 'fight the high cost of living will IH bo demanded by Senator Kenyon on the ground that it was used primarily to boost Attorney-General A Mitchell Palmer for the Democratic preslden-! r$$N tial nomination, the senator announced j JmA Senator Kenyon. chairman of the senate committee Investigating presi dential campaign expenditures w men is holding hearings heir. Bald 111 t convinced that "little ol this appro WE j.rlation was used to fight me High cost of living." questioning of a dozen witnesses bj the se...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 10 July 1920

2 1HE OGDF.N STANDARD-LX.WilNF.R, S.Vl L KD ,Vi JL' I SOLEMN SERVICE ' I FOR GEN, GORGAS Physicians and Notables From Many Nations Present at St. Paul's, London H LONDON, .1 il- 10 Homago not- able in the history of th( snclem ''fhedrni tvf palil to the memory of Major Gt nn.il William i.V-ivus in H Paul's ot noon yesterdcy, when the fnnei.il services for tho foi mer sur a, on genera of the American army 1 uere held ! Wuh the American and British flnps atop Alexandra hospital floating a: naif mast anil a battery of ilisiam guns booming the thirtoen-gun mint-' of p. major general, the long c ot lege beg&n it -low march from me hospi tal 10 the cathedral at 11 o'clock. Tho military escort was composed of thfl second gronadleis and It staff, i, ounted on black horses, th- squad ions of the llfn nuardN, a battalion of i lie Coldstream guards; nnd a battalion i,' the lrih guaras The fins-draped offln was borne on n gun carries wjth a wreath of lilies the only floml decoration I Immed...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 10 July 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1920. 3 f I ' - KbVE aid MARRIED 1IFE j lij. the noted author j Idah MSGlone Gibson j I JOHN IS HAPPY - 'Well, ar you going In In ablo to ' go for a motor ride with r..c this I, morning, Mmc. Gordon, ' ho askfd. ,J I I am nfrald not, Mr, Gordon, fe nurn- answered for me, "but l think she may take a little r k Lpmi lrr jtl I vvrin' I,.- hii i. ...I.. i row :i'(-- . - ,Hi noon; I have goi to return." 8 " h. I am BO son " . ' I Pf Well, the sooner I return, prob- j ably the sooner you will como bach n home yourself. We haven't Been much EH together In the Inst year, have Wo S9H Katherlnc-.' We will have to lm jlII over aguln. Shall 1 move into the now j , . house befor you rc-turn. or would you HfBs rather Jo th.it yourself? I1! You certainly are hrgliTnlnu nil ?KB over again, John." 1 Bald. "In ordi- OTtflfr nnry rlrrumslunce.3 jou would have g3L never asked my desiree on this subject, 3H but moved or not as you thought best.'' T tell th...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 10 July 1920

4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1920, I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered at SecondClaie Matter at the Postofflce. Ogden, Utah. Established 1870 S Member of tht Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Pres An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun- 1 day morning; without a muzzle or a club. ' Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH ' 76 rrir) ONE YEAR W g&ygg I MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Aoclated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any newt credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local ne - published herein. I HOW THE ELECTION WILL BE WON This flection, for the first time in yean, will be in great part decided by the notification and acceptance speeches in Marion and Dayton, Ohio. Everything depends n what Harding and Cox have t i say in answer to the big question: I 'i oh ibil ion. A message from Marion says -l Frank Hanley, Former puvenmr f Indiana, who wps the prohibit io...

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