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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 10 July 1920

M RUTH NEAR TO 1 WORLDRECORD l New York Slugger Is Only Few v Points Behind George Sis- ler of St. Louis fcuPV CHICAGO, July 10 With n now flrEl world's record within his grasp, 1 Babe" Km Ruth, the New York slugger, today 9flH is driving towards the hatting eham- EH plonshlp of the American League. H Reposing in fourth place a week ago. SH the homcrnn kip if now second In the fHH list of bittern with an average of pH 3S6. thirtv three points behind Geo. EH Sleler, the St. I.ajul8 star, who Is lead- HM Inp the league Kuih passed rhe vetei- rH on Tris Speak r of Cleveland, and Joe tM Jack on ,.f Ch:.-..go. who are tied for H the third place honors, with .38 , Sis- ler. In first place. Ifl hatting .4 19. gHl Ruth connected with thirteen hits ITVv in nine games In addition he pulled nva from Speaker for .'coring honors iio has crossed the plate seventy times. while the Clevelander is two runs be- tBB Bice, of Washington, continued to PWT bum the paths and Is far out in front imtfm amon...

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. — 10 July 1920

i LEGAL NOTICES ': BEFORE THE BOARD OF COUNTyI COMMISSIONERS OF WEBER COUNTY, UTAH Order designating nam of the Irrlgntlon District and determining, listing and platting the kinds to be included there In; and calling election of the Innd own era of said proposed District for the purpose of determining wh-ethcr such district, shall be organized as an Irrlga- tlon district and for the election of three directors thereo III the Mallei of (he Organize tlon of; ,' Weber Oountv Irrlirntinn Idstrlrt f "Wherenn. on th. 17th dy of October. I A P. 191?. there won filed With this' Roard. n, petition o' the Honorable Simon j I nnmberper. Governor of the Stole of j l'tah. 6tatinc that II la the purpose of the ! ' petitioner to nrunnlzr nn Irrigation di j : trlct within Weber County In the State of I Utah eomprlsiriK lands within ts-ald Coun I tv which are art out ami de. 1 n the snld petition nnd in the plat annexed 1 hereto, under the provision of rh:ipter Session Laws of T " tnli 1911 nnd al""...

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. — 10 July 1920

WM THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1920 7 f I ! LEGAL NOTICES (Continued from Preceding Paqe) rods; itifno Kant SO r.x1 thrnri- S -uth 10 K tlieneo Kt .T50 r.idv thence North t r.id: lb fori Knf 40 rods , thonre S 'iitli S40 r.x) ; thence Kail 100 rodi . thence South 40 1 rd ; thence Kail 80 rod lo the plucc of be i At said rlsctlon ihfri- shall be elected thre.. directors of and for the said district, hold j inch offire f..r th irm preTibrd bf law. j one from eeeh of thr mid three iHrii'n thereof, by the land 0 .ners of the srholu dls- I trirt, and the followm; utrurd competent permna, er, brmt the owner "f lands with III the ri-jpeetire dlviiom of the aid i rri j ration district for which he is named, and U) which wat r has been allotted h tbc said ; order ilrtrrtnininf? listine nnd plstttnf said lands, will be voted on at ihe said eleir tton. for directors of ihe said district, to wit: Division No 1. 1 I, Robon of Hin City Wrbrr county. L'tah : R T Rhee of I'leasa...

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. — 10 July 1920

I, I I A A 0000 Hlrf to trade j Your paper to- morrow will con- I tain a page adver- ! I tisement with one I ! hundred One Dol- j I lar Bargains. j You simply can- j H not afford to miss IWOMEN ACTIVE IN EDUCATOR MEET Vote at Salt Lake for N. E. A. President After Miss Jones Is Named Trustee SALT LAKE. July 10 With elec tion by the new directors of the Na tional Education association late yes- terday of Miss Olive. M. Jones as mem- bcr of the board of trustees the plans P framed by leaders "f the association today were accomplished M!ss Jones Is president of ;l- N'ew York state principals' association. "oncesslon of her election, It was said cnrller thl week, was one factor in obtaining the vote for Women niemtn-ra for Fred M. Hunter, of iiikland. as president of the association. Mr. Hunter was elected president Mlws Cornelia S. Adair, cf Richmond. Va . was chosen treasurer, and twelvt vice presidents and forty-eight Staff directors were elected to U'dn's busi ness meeting. The dlr ...

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. — 11 July 1920

1 i-h ((i) I J Fiftieth Year-No." OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING7JULY 11, 192CL PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 BELGIAN PREMIER CENSURES GERMAN! I TM HEADY TO HANG" SLAYER OF TWO DECLARES . . . i " TEUTONS GAIN CONCESSION ON I EOALJfSTl r Presiding Officer at Spa Re primands German for His Language At Session U FATHERLAND FINAfiCES DECLARED CRITICAL Lloyd George Says He Does Not See How England Can Aid Poland mmm SPA Belgium. Julv 10.---By The! IBM AMocut,.l Press. -The German rep- H rSSuve.' proaenUtlon of their coa (81 and economic situation to the repre- HKl sehtatlvea of the allied OVernments H hero toda won for them further con- igH cewiOOS from the conference In agreement lo 1. "'" 1 alUcd , P3 experts consider the coal uuestion. MJfL It was another -lay marked t j Eflir forceful language, the presiding offl-j HtUf cer Premier Delacroix ol Belgium, lB- t rruptlng Hugo Stinnes, German Opal m - operator. In hla pn isentatlon ot the E Tjejg situation, when he referred to those. aMm -afflicte...

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. — 11 July 1920

I raculiG I UWTIS SET Noxious Growths Must Be Down By July 15. Says County Crops Inspector H Notice to property owners canal runipanim and railroads that July U has brii deslfcnaied as the Until for Weedcuttins in Weber count was sivm vesterdaj by C. Br, PettUrrew, ounty crops Inspector His announcement follow B! in compliance with t n - State Weed LAW enacted i the last l,egis lalure, deeluring burdock, bull thisti e, Hi cockle burr. etc.. noxious weeds and providing for the destruction ot Bald !, .,Jh b propertj owners. I hereb ,,i July I6lh si the imoi date foi the cutting and destroying of these weed, and request that nil canal .ompunis. railroad companies, farm- rrs or occupants of land, and prop iert owners, destroy all noxious wee B bn thcli property within Weber coun- 1 :tlso call attention to the pro- vision in the State Weed Law to the B effect that unless these woeils re cleaned tip by ;he duto s-t for butting, It shall be the duty of the in spcetor lo have I his work don...

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. — 11 July 1920

1 iniyMjgl Dniirt MoUto Styto4 ; j Sr Sh.pedMold-Style-H The samc in pint siz,S,yleC if Save Stsg'&r Set of Six Individual By serving Jiffy-Jell Real-Fruit Desserts Dessert Molds 1 Jiffy-Jell desserts are rich Serve it now when sugar is so Aborted styles of aluminum in "fruit A bottle of condensed scarce. Add fresh fruit or ber- The six will hold a full package fruit juice comes in each nes if you like. of Jiffy-Jell Send us s.x ) f package Also try hme-fruit flavor for trade-marks and we will mail you Thev'are ready-sweetened tart, green salad jell Also -the set of six, valued at 60 cents. I and acidulated. You simplv mint flavor for mint f add boding water, as directed jell to serve with Ion package, then the liquid fjjg) meats fruit essence from the vial. Also mix in fresh fruit, if de- -T avSgPSp - sired, and let cool No sugar Mjsilll NTrTrSS?! rT" " y5 required. ft ft T"!?1 S--s Tiffv-Tell is economical. One W VJll'i Pi 1 'ilfTTjlf 'J A) package serves six: Pig ' g Si ft J ...

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

BBgspr . . ""ssBSBBSBseBSSMr r THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY MORNING. JULY II, 1920. . (J 'I ! . . m,mm i mm ii i i m mi mm I n I n II II " 1 "" rvw" A THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered nTciasV Matter at the Pottofflce. Ogden. Ut.h. Established MenVber 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 r-irisnsfco 1 ONE YEAR 9,CH" r MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Frcss Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any newt credited to It not otherwise credited In thla paper and also tho local ne published herein. I TWENTY MILLION IN EIGHTEEN UlTIES. in the four largcsl cities in the United States there are over eleven million people and in the eighteen cities of the iir-i an. I second class there are nearlj twenty million The growth of (Ik- cities, according to the census figures follow -1920 1910 1900...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 July 1920

I II 1 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 11. 1920. 5 I ITlilllS PUN " 1 RALLY AT PARK i J Organizations of Three Stakes '.1 1 to Have Outing Next 1 Wednesday Wz!m The trl-tak M. I A. rally scbed- ul i for Lorln Fnrr park next dncs H day evening. Is arouslnc unusual in- H terest among the people of Ogden City and Weber county. Tliat 5.000 or B more members und friends of the M t. IRB A Is assured, as all the wards in the - )pfH three stukes are preparing to have MhH-- their members present to get the rT; " spirit of the great open-door rally l jp movement. One of the big features of the oc-i-'sffi caslon will Ijc the concert from 7.30 f- VHf to 8:30 by the ladles' band under the dir. .ii.m ..i i 'mi E W Nlchola. The j principal talk will be given by Apostle VH Kichard It. Lyman. A largo bonfire! will furnish the gathering place for a VK big community sing to be led by has. 'B M. Woods. Special musical numbers JBSfi will be gl'en under the direction of JB W. II. Mannin...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 July 1920

s g THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY II. 1920. Luncheon Served Doors Open i EWI j B Hundreds of customers will come in the ff "H B I 9 I I H I I A i mSW ' Vslilu 0 forenoon and remain until after luncheon. at ) HI. MOnday if I f Lj M 9 L!M JKM SftM W A delicious little luncheon may be had at t: - SS WLrWr V Cr lii I I wiches delicious desserts the finest of kSllOp Ei2Hly jj K Here's A Monster Dollar Day Planned To HB I 1 I Bring In Ten Thousand Dollars In One Day f I II Men's Silkj ! Shirts $675 if Monday again we offer several dozens of the newest styles patterns in men's silk shirts at be fore the war prices. These I are silk shirts worth I to $15. We simply bought too many of them and must I unload. These are all of pure silk fabrics in fast colors in splendid work-1 manship. In the Men's j Shop again Monday. Val ues to $15 for $6.75 Men I Let your wives pick, them out for you they know good silk qualities Men's Overalls I One Dollar Men's bib overalls, worker?' ...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 July 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1920. 7 Hundreds of millions in gold are piled up in the Federal Reserve Banks of the country to protect member banks and their depositors and to develop the nation 's resources. I! Patrons of our Bank enjoy this additional security and business will be encouraged and sustamed. Progressive men will recognize the benefits to be derived , by this community because our Bank is a member of the "Federal Reserve System." We Invite YOUR Banking Business lp Ogden Savings Bank WW 2384 Washington Avenue J Princesse Creation of ffl Jade Green Silk u (oka moori-; Vou York's Paahlou Authority. H; NEW" YOKK In the very midst of BjH a season of frill? and furbelows, it i? jQfl interesting to come upon this newest of stage frocks that boasts not a Singh ! One Florence Reed has Just received S3 It 'rom her personal dressmaker and a beautiful thing It la, a smooth-fitting princess Of soil shimmering jade noon all k with opalescent embroidery VPi r...

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. — 11 July 1920

r i 1 A large prt of our pre6crip- LkJUfciiX CUa tl0n lrade is made up of out I VVvV V of town orders. We send med; Icine9 all over the country, from Alaska to Mexico. Write !' or wire us your needs when vactionmg. Everything for thc Summer toilet equipment must be Ir.rgcr ant! more comprehen sive than In winter. Select articles for hands, face, teeth and body from our complete assortment Perfumes Soaps Talcums Toilet Waters Brushes Sachets I Powders Combs Manicures I Creams Mirrors Powder Puffs CAPS AND BAGS FOR SPECIAL ! BATHING PAGE'S TALCUM Smart, new styles in caps Bags for carrying your own Six bewitching odors. Large 6u,t . boxes. Regular 35c size. ; C?ps, 25c to $1 50 Bag3 75c to $2.50 at 19c TWINK BAYER Wear ASPIR'N GOGGLES I Dyes as it washes -rnc enly genuine j Made by the Bayer. The Bayer Protect your eyes rmkers of Lux Cross is your sfc frm sun, w.na makers of guard '20c a and dust You All colors and dozen; 2 for 25c, need a pair when tints .... 10c 1Q3 f0V 51 25 motori...

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. — 11 July 1920

WBU c - - ...... ; Bbifc" ' I I M THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY II, 1920. 9 j The cool, refresh ing, v italizing wa ter in the big out- ? door plunge at the Canyon San draws you i r r esistibly these hot days. Im agine the joy of a 'i swim in the health- giving mineral wa- f ter on hot, sultry days! And the keen ap H petite it will devel- 1 1 op can he pleasant ly satisfied with our delicious light lunch. Take either the Yellow Bus or the Ogden Canyon Car nlrlMn us corncr 01 Wr.shlngton avenue and Twenty f if h street every hour from 1? noon to 11 p. m. on week days and from 10 a. m. to 11 p. m on Sundays. Canyon car H&i leaves same corner every few minutes all day long BL Refreshments Dancing CAHTDH 1 Slllitaril Fifteen Minutes From Town. i ' BRITISH FLEET r ORGANIZER DEAD Death Ends Notable Career of Admiral John A. Fisher, Dreadnaught Inventor HBP LONDON'. July 10. The British Enw navy today lost one f 11 most plc-j B9n turestiue fljturea with the death of...

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. — 11 July 1920

iaeaaaaBs,,,.ils, 110 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMiNER. SUNDAY MORNING. JULY II, 1920. fl I Build Stadium By I All Means, Ogden j I Citizens Declare I Standard-Examiner Conducts Survey of Sentiment Here Toward Municipal Ath letic Field 'Dock Ogden want the proposed municipal stadium ! Thin question v. propounded by the Siandard-t.xuim.iei o i v pre.enta live citizen of Ogden and all with substantially the au.n reauU,'"Bj all means let's have an athletic field and stadium,' and lu UK is ol Dlstricl Judge A W. agee, as .' matter of civic pride 11 snould oo built and maintained by the cli Expressions from these cltlsens arc glv rn as follows; i oBtinaeter George G Browning "i mt iif ..i.i- in favor oi anytniug whli h w in ueneiit Ogden and i believe i.-.d needed, it the citj can give pusutiVc assu.unce iliai it win lecom pti.se nv businc-i nun. it Hiiould be bunt." Sheriff H. C. Peterson "W need aji athietlc ileni tne ori planned However, it srlould be assured inat me c.iy will maintain it ...

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. — 11 July 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 11, 1920 I LATE NEWS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT 1 PITTSBURG NABS A DOUBLEMER Y I Boston and Cincinnati Split flm Even on Twin Event in Ohio City hH PITTSBURGH July 10. (National ) Philadelphia won both games of ;o- t day's double header With Pittsburgh. the first by a xenre of 8 to 7 in 11 innlnxs, and the i Ond, 3 to 1. Pltts- hurKh took an early IMd In the ilrst i Same, but Philadelphia tied the score. If ,nnd in the inn me visiiore pui lM the Winning run on Williams' hit, an ut. a stolen bane and a wild throw. Hubbell outpltehed Ponder In the sec ond game Score first same. R. H. j. Philadelphia 5 J u Pittsburgh -7 Batteries: Cauaey, Gallia. Kixe. Meadows and Wheat, Wltherow; Ham ilton, Cooper and Schmidt, i Second garni- THE Philadelphia ... 3 $ 1 Pittsburgh 1 Batteries Hubbell and Wltherow; Ponder and Haeffner. CHICAGO, July 10. ( National.) New York batted Martin off the alaOl with only one out In the flrt Inning today, hit Carter ...

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. — 11 July 1920

I It's A Riot! And as for speed, love, daring, a glorious fight and excite ment Oh, Boy! Oh, Girl! YOU'LL SAY IT IS SOME PICTURE. j iBBrndDDDIi 1 gtomoJkgHctua fflnllj i g J83,jl WALLIE RE.ID in 'Excuse My Dust' AND A SUNSHINE COMEDY The Best Program Ever Shown UTAH THEATRE COOL AND COMFORTABLE SEATS I Nebraska Mother j Seeking Her Son Mrs. W. B Pope of Grand Island,; Neb., has communicated with Captain Jonathan Jones of the police depart- j ment In an effort" to locale Eugenu Pope, her 15 year old son, who slnte I July 1 has been missing from his. homo. Mrs. Pope in a communication re ceived at the police stntiun yesterday, I stated that her son, dressed in good clothes, but carrying with him a com plete outfit of working clothes had purchased a ticket to North Platte, "nj the following day Ms mother set out for North Platte to find her boy, but! I discovered no traee of him She has burmlsd that F.ugene has started on a westward Journey and is making , every effort to locate him. i...

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. — 11 July 1920

I pl (Ik (Dgkit anoad-feammer run I i, J SECOND SECTION i OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1920. I HERE AND THERE IN THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY I Miles-Swanner 1 Wedding Pretty - Svent of uly Miss Martina Shields Bride's y ' Maid and Robert T. Green- well Best Man Not content with one mon'h of weddings. Dan Cupid carried a num bcr of nuptial affairs over Into the month of July, the most popular of which v.ts the wedding of Misa Bcasle HH Miles to Uwrenco Howard Swanner IN The wedding cook place it the home or k. i and Mr John Edward H Carver last Wednesday afternoon and "v nras one ol the i rosl quh and atti - , tlve jervicea "f the week. The brio iWlkll was attired in a baronet satin BDOrt iMSffm uil and carried a bouquet of bride a 7 111 roses She was attended by Misa -dar- vMSim tma Shields, v.no waa dressed irr sai- laifj mon pink crepe de chine. Robert I lVul Greenwell was b. si man Immediate-! iv following the wedding ceromoni fl the party motored to Ball i tgVpU wedding br...

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. — 11 July 1920

' " THEOGD l I ( Salt Lake Society I SALT LAKE, July lf. A b fully appointed luncheon was given Monda) afternoon by Hit Samuel M Parker at her home, 1 1 72 Michigan avenue. In compliment to M rs. Arthui Behalf of w York-, fdrmerlj Miss Helen Bamlnrgei. w ho ha come to spend the siimmT with Oo Simon Bamberger, nnd alsu In honor of Mrs. Thomas Benton Hunter iftn Francisco, who Is In Ball Lake to visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Fred Male The rooms al the Parker home were effectively decorat ed in gayly tinted garden flowers er ranged in baskets, in the dining room the table was covered with a beautiful Clunv lace cloth over yellow satin and centered by a basket filled with yW loti centered Bhaate daisies. Covers were laid for Mrs. Frank Planer, Mrs. Horace smith, Mis F F. Lc.inarl. Mrs. L. B. Fuller. Mrs. Bower, Mrs. Walter Conrad Mrs William McCrca, Mrs Ernest Stelcher. Um V C. Black lo. k and Miss Kate e.roo Kenneth Winalow of Los Angeles has arrived to spend several weeks with h...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 July 1920

HHJi HJ H ip lift ' ih ( l Creation cf SM I! - '" ' ' ""- J ,.v,',')vv.' ' ' ' ADY DUFF-GORDON, the famous "Ltcile" of London, and foremost creator of fashion in the world, writei each gy V week the fashion article for thil newspaper, presenting all that it newest and best id styles for well-dressed women. -ijjHjSKgV ' Lidy Duff-Gordon's Pans establishment bring her into close touch with that centre of fashion. . gaHpK&y. Lady DurJ-Gordon's Americen establiahments are at Nos. 37 and 39 West Rf ly-seventh street. New York City, ! r M- 'i and No. 1400 Lake Snore Drive. Ch.caao. I K W mm HP 'O 'd .'ii Iniarnattooal Feature 8 I j Bv Ladv Duff Gordon ("Lucile") THERE are friendly fashions and formal fashions The modes for the very formal affairs differ widely in character from those for the more intimately social I show you to-day a group of pictures -which illustrate what I term "friendly fashions." They are for less formal gather ings of tho more intlmato acquaintances or friends. ...

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. — 11 July 1920

IB SiiSH ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY MORN INC, JL1 V II, 120. jl Il&ifgjffi The Ogden Standard-Examiner ii I AUTOMOBILE SECTION I. SPORT GAR LAYS OUT ROUTE Pathfinder traveling Over 3400 Highway From Wash ington to San Francisco To a Xasb Sport model has been awarded the distinction of laying out the route from Washington, D C. to i Sim Francisco for .-. United Statesl army convoy of trucks consist Iiir of. fifty vehicles. Th" transcontinental trip over the Rankhead Highway is 3,400 miles. 'Hie Mash pathfinder is beinp driven by William B. Doron, who li ft Wash ington June x. Hl car. In standard -oior. palmette green with white wire wheels, carries in emblem on the rear to deslKnale II ss the official path finder. The car In owned by Mr. Ioron who already has driven H 8. oeo miles and who Bays he skpeets toj make the transcontinental t r i : without difficulty Much interest in ihe army convoy, is manifested in Thoso e tlons through which the trucks will pass, Plans for...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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