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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 July 1920

H 1 HE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 11, 1920 HE-' NlON'S VOICE 1 FOR GOOD ROADS 1 Extent of Movement Shown in Reports Sent Federal Highway Council I WASHINGTON The extent to Which the people of the United Bta.te are committing themselves to defi nite poik v of highway development ' shown by" reports reachlnK 'he federal highway council from all sections of the country In the face of high com for both materials and labor, und the fact that In some states construction programs must be altered somewhat to meet ex isting labor and material conditions, there is no tendency upon the part of the people to slow down In their plan to place the nation s highways upon a higher plans In the country's transpor tation system. Tersely stated "they I arc solid to the heels " on the proposl-i tlon to construct highways that will release rather than restrict traffic, and they are dismissing labor and material problems with curt Instructions to, th lr official servants that It Is up t...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 July 1920

10 THE OGDE.N STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY II, 1920. ' I USE ROADS I IKE MS HOT Tests Serve as Warning to those Guilty of Overloading, Under-inflation Here arc some sermon facts for drivers who arc careless of the results of over-looking automobiles or ii icka and ur.dor-lnf lntlon of Urea An average slbcd tiro under proper inflation and normal load roaches a temperature rf 140 degrees l Just under the tread, when run at a speed of 2D miles per hour. On Increasing thla speed to 3f miles per hour, the driver raise this tempi nature to 1 S " dcKrees Now, if this Sfl.me tire La overloaded hy fifty per cent, the temperature will reach 160 degrees at a 25 mile speed. And it will go to 1 3 ri degrees miles per hour Moreover, If this same tire is run under-Inflated, at 25 miles per hour the temperature is ISO degrr-. s ami 35 miles per hour It will rise to 220 degrees. Both under-inflated ami oirrylng a ?0 percent overload. It will tak- only 30 minutes for the same tire to real ...

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. — 11 July 1920

Hj EL I I H- 1 H 1 Dlie blister if of We Summer cf-fouse I in CHAPTER XVI. (Cont'd) f The Trial and Verdict. t "ILTY! " said the foreman ) I y in a voice that sounded strained and unnatural, if I could swear thai a dreadful m gleam of something very like tri- f umph passed oer my uncle's face. I turned my own away. I could not bear that expression on the fm face that had always looked 60 Lf' kindly on me. The prisoner's now the con- demncd's face I could not see The Judge asked whether he had anything to sa. but no audible words came from him. There fol lowed that terrible ceremony which 1s prefaced by the solemnity of the Judge's donning the black cap. rrfc. "' Tbe prisoner s doom was embit tered, as It seemed to me, very SB. unnecessarily, bj an assurance that , he had been found guilty, after the most Impartial form of trial i which mans wisdom through all the ages had been able to devise, $ I of the murder of the woman whom he professed to love, a murder ag gravated by the c irc...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 July 1920

i mam -ii 9 i! It J I c? ascinaiiug Dj:zdive Sicrj-j 3?omce cHutckvison I i (Continued from Preceding Page) she would have one more try t fool me "I!" she said. "Oh. I was Just going for a little stroll. It's ?uch a wonderful night, isn't it?1' "Yes," I said, "it'3 a very won derful night. It's such a wonderful night that your lover Vibart's come all tho way down from London again to enjoy it that is, if he ever went there the man who snore he'd never sec you again the man you swore you'd never seo again And here I find you now on your way out to meet him!" She waited a minute then before fhe answered. T thought she would be dow n on t he ground, on her knees, begging me. Instead of that she burst out and said, "Yes. I am going to meet him. Why shouldn't I go to meet him"' I'm not going to submit to your tyranny" alio called it tyranny. She went on then, sho let her self go. I expect all sho said was true, though God knows I had never come near suspecting n word of it before. Hod kn...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 July 1920

- SALE SSH j Real Enta tc , Four room modem gi'nfralow. on brneh. W I lii'nr for ensh. i Pour room modern stnceo Imce leep Intr vorrh jrood basement good lot. $3000, m eaj terms. Two S room modfrn hom'i', close In. at m barpnln, SMITH FLINDERS CO City Department Thonc 1147 W Mr BwUndCTj 3403 f BEDROCK PHICKS Small paymi'nl down jfl Balance like rent. Mjj ' J 'JMfg Buy From Owner. 2337 Grant Ave. 6469 9 160 acres A 1 land at Tremor.tc.n . level, excellent water right good 7 room house. In good condition: good bom nnd our bulldlnns Imiirovrmcnls worth about hail jkrd for the place. This Is pood farm and the price ia very low IncluciinK crops this senson If taken nt once. $13.a00. 20 acies at Roy, pood soil. 4 room house ind other Improvements Price without jopa JK000; with crops $9600. rgt J 120 acres at Malad not far from tornv excellent soil, rrops In jrood Condition water r'.pht horses, harness, wnenn, mo chlnerv and implements etc po with place, small house and Other Improve niont...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 July 1920

. 14 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1920. . If I I TELLS THRILLS OF YACHX RAGES A. P. Correspondent Writes a Graphic Account of the Trials Off Sandy Hook H ABOARD THE SHAMROCK SANDY HOOK. July 10. A lands- H man undismayed by a dally chare? H through Now York's SUbWays, bv the fl vagaries of Coney Island's most bols- ft tcrous scenic railway and b the un- H certainties of glare lea under dull H .skates would feel perfectly at ease on H the Shamrock IV racing for the B America's cup this month H A representative of The Ajsoriated H Press. Invited by Sir Thomas Llptcn B to experience a trip on the 88 -mo tat Shamrock during one of her many H trial ntt-s with the challenger off the B Jersev coast, found that, as a passen- gcr, this was all he had to do: B 1 Dodge safely down a comprinion- H way when the crew. In adjusting sails, H dashed madly from stem to stern with B a speed that would have chagrined B even a veteran subway halfback. B 2 Get used lo the feeling...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 July 1920

H Jil 1 Sunday, July 11, 1920 I 1 I A MUTT Knew It Was Hot Without JEFF Telling Him. f I 1 B bat MUTT a Gross, Crabbed, Ugly Old Cove? I I H -i II I If NOW LISTEN ! IT'5 JUST fTiOW GrET YEP HAT SUCH Boobs as You who poN't anp we'll o G-et i I LST AYFoRGET THE HAT. SOMerHlNQ- TO EAT, BUT I WHAT ARE YOU "PON'T MENTION THAT IT'S HOT" fifti Do N'T YoU PARS ) I JTEI.LJNG'VIE FORT PO A6AIN- Do VOU QET E -7 lif SAY'TS -toT ''aJAiM . , - You think t poN't ot a woP-p oR-I'Ll cHANae VL J ToTdv-t meajvtcTN I Urs AWFUL. U out You telun. ; t- 1 W ( T TEFF, - i M AIN'T Jy i t g:V T WHY DoN'T YoU EAT J I p j 1 ' 7 that ?s waTwat.cn 9' 1 v AWT hot. TH6 Re's ; yT THAT IF You CONVINCE 2 No SOC H THIN G ffelMELF THA.TyoJtt'&. , AS HOT IT'S ALL , 1 NOT SUFFERING vy I IMACriNAT ON- i ; iy''y 1 j II Copyright. )9U hv King Kcaturej Syndicate, Inc. j 1 1 Qj , v f We'u, Kou just -tclu 1 rrrrxirT ) ( certainly ' 1 get kht? vouelf that tH pq't , 4 Stand there and Uu aiwt hot po you meai to tell Mfc y hurt...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 July 1920

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 July 1920

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 July 1920

I! fuTAaOERIMOOTl7 - ' fuSS 71 FOR A WALK -SEE-; h - V X UTTLEAN6l: TODAY k ( , YOU SNEAK UP BEHIND T7r1 3 YOU WILL SEE WW ) A V0T? '' p I II- . , . I'. KCA BERl! 1 f FINE SWLOCK.'I ) ' WHO.1 HOlHOM A inatousand.s 1 ; ! . j. i ' ' ' ' I jl " - ' 'or,

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 July 1920

I Fiftieth YcarNo 177 Price FJve Cents : QGDEN CITY, utXHAY EVENING, JULY 12,1 920. LAST EDITION 4 P. ML K tj HARDING TALKS MIL PROBLEMS WITH CUIUS Governor Cox Arrives in Co lumbus to Resume Duties I in Executive Office. G. 0. P NOMINEE GOES INTO DEEP SECLUSION i Candidate Desires to Finish His Speech of Acceptance With Dispatch. Ikmi mHI MARION, O.. July 12. The trans- mbvClT portation and high cost or living prob 'A A lcms were discussed at conferences to- i MM i between Senior U:. i ding ami Sen-j kr ator Cummins, of Iowa, chairman t ' f the senate interstate commerce com-' nilttee. and J. L. Tabor, of BarnesvIUe, I O.. head of the Ohio State Orange I Poth came at the senator's request. A Senator Cummins later to the news- Tk paper correspondents emphasized the gravity of the railroad situation. ; I "The Inability of the railroads to do '5kk the business of the country!s costing! H the country every day more than the! H German war cosi the people any one! day." said Senator Cumm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 July 1920

I; 2 THg OCDFA' STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY, JULY M 1920. IGERMANS PLAN I ON REPARATION I eiVENTOJUJJES (Continued From Pag.- On.) man delegation had prepared plnns .hat must be studied as a whole to bi .tnderstood. The 0vniAn r'Wd to reconsider the matter, and later the foreign sec retary dic!nrd that the Herman dele gation 1 j r -1 de. Mod to hand OVl thS plana as prcpnred. but he added thai ' he Spa Cdrtfertncc had for Its object one aided decision on various QUCS i Ion "The qneatlon of r .al la n question oil life or death to the i.erman.' said I r Simons, and remains thf basis for a i other plans." Premier MllWan.l replied thai there C0Uld he no Question of modifying the treaty 6f Versailles on that subject and that it must be executed. HKPAHATIONS PLAN. Dr simony thereupon banded ths reparations plan to the general sec tary of the conference The German reparations plan la in, three, pans It was submitted to the onference with the understanding ,hnt It Ikliltt be accepted ns a wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 July 1920

sis w sbbbbbbbbbbbbI B THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JULY 12. 1920. 3 wm' II POLISH FORCES T ARE BETBHTIHG 1 Three Strongholds Evacuated I in Face of Bolshevik Ad- 1 vances Along Front If Th first Purple Day celebration toi a M he held by Ogden lodge No. 71'J B. 1' ng-8 O. Elks since the United States en-j lkgl lered the war Is to be held at Lajjoon , UvV Wednesday, July 14. rZffl Secretary Walter Ilerrick snld the t 4laX Indications toil..-. v..to that Wednes- IggS day's event will be the bbfRest of Its' fcH kind In the history of the organlaa- EH It looks like every Elk will be' CiB there, purple hut bund, necktio and I fgH all," he Bald, 'and In addition wo c.- H pect to entertain about every friend j Jrfl of every lilk as well. U "This is not an exclusive affair nt v M . pate and enjoj a real old fashioned t, J Klks' picnic' m Cards have been mailed to members describing what may happen on Wed nesday. All kinds of features are promised. I ; The Rika desire that Purple Day...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 July 1920

I 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY, JULY 12, 1920. I THE ST A N D A R D-EX A M I N ER I PUBLISHING COMPANY entered M SecondTctasi Matter at the Postofflce, Onden. Utah. Eitnbllshed 1370 IVIember of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press J An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. , Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH ' rri&$'"f O I ONE YEAR W.00 Cjgj3fg&- j IVIEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tne Associated Presi lo exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any news credited to It net otherwise credited In this paper and alio tha local n published herein. I THE CARNIVAL IN OGDEN iio thing 'pule noticeable in nil communities since the war is the demand for amusements The people, big and little, young and old, male ;uil female seek dfvertions, and seeminjj will not l denied their entertaipmenl Tp to a wook ago irn.t stroanis of Ogdcnitcs vinr nut of town to be amused. Not a fem traveled as far as...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 July 1920

Bwi I K THF- OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY, JULY 12. 1920. 5 Bj I (LOVE and MARRIED UFS M- Imj, the noted author 1 I Idah MSGlone Gibson j BESS MORELAND'S MANEUVERS rH I rlki not speak. "Oh. of courbe I know you do not -sjB approve of it," he said roughly, hut 'rjM yoti know Elizabeth is nil alone and f I think she will ninke a nice companion Ul for n-other." JB'I Hid your mother suggest Ihe part itersbip?" ; asked tfrM Well, I have really forgotten who jMM suggested it, but Elizabeth told mc ''ttfl that since living had bpcome so ex- MLLX pensive it wasn't easy to get along CH And I thought, that you would bo much fH better pleased than to have mother jM corao with ua " iB "I certainly should," I -c.'id irmly, lpJH although my tirsl impulse had been rJjB one 61 annoyan'ce, when I though o( K if l-:iizabi-ih Mm land living with John's J Lher, 1 quickly decided that I would noi go there when Bhe was at home.! fcSjB But 1 was quite sure that she would not remain verv long, because s...

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. — 12 July 1920

i 8 1 Ht ULULN Si ANUAKD-hXAMiNER, MONDAY, JULY 12, 1920. I For Subscription and Aovertlsino, I Department, Call Phone No 56 I RANDOM REFERENCES Return Homo. Mr nnl M t . A R Mclntyre returned yesterday from Portland and other Pacific Const points. They attended the recent Shrlner convention at Portland, ami also attended the Democratic national convention at San Francisco prior to returning home. Ogden TypewrKr r House ror type writers and repairs, ;M-'2 Hudson Ave. Phone 236. S. P. Officer. Louie J. Spcnce, dl intor of traffic for the Southern I clfic lines, with general headquarters at New York City, was an Ogden isl tor for a short time today en route from San Francisco to New York City. He conferred with local officials prior to departing. Headquarters fur berry car.es, cups, fruit boxes and bankets. Grout's Grain Store, 332 Twenty-fourth street. 2911 Outing Tomorrow Tlx Relief Society of the Fifth ward will hold their annual outing at l.agoon tomor row afternoon. Games and spo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 July 1920

H J H T Q F MndH Sweeifimrl I 9 Following a Silken jj Thread She Had Pinned to the Fair Charmer's Skirt, Her IE Majesty Went Through H the Blinding Secret jfl Passages That Hid the Lovers' Retreat, and 'i Plunged a Dagger Into 9 Rosamund's Heart w- ECENT discoveries have caused renew ed interest in what Xm JU r is perhaps the most fascinating story in all English history Ww the story of "King Henry 11 and Fair Rosamund f The secret love of the great earlv English King for one who was called the moFt beautiful woman in England and his in- Igenious but unsuccessful efforts to conc-al his intrigue from a proud, rowerful and also beautiful Queen have excited the Imagination of men for many centuries ever since the twelfth century, when the events of this obscure story occurred It Is established beyond question that King Henry loved Rosamund Clifford, the fair daughter of Walter Lord Clifford, not wisely but too well What is doubtful is that part of the story which asserts that he kept h...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 July 1920

H 3 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY, JU1 Y 12, 1020. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. I.. Pel. Brooklyn 4 12 .579 i'tnclniail 4 1 5' St. Louis . . . 39 S8 5fiC Chicago 38 3S .500 Pittsburg 3s 36 .493 Boston 31 85 .470 New York 35 40 .4 67 Philadelphia a 3" II in yesterday's Results New York 3 nt Chicago 2 Boston 3 at Cincinnati 6 Brooklyn 3 at Si Lou la l None others scheduled. HERZOG FUMBLE Pip FATAL 1 New York Defeats Chicago 3 to 2 in Final Game of Series. H CHICAGO. Jul 11. New York de- H feated Chicago. 3 to 2, In the final H game of the series today, Uerlog's B fumble of Benton's grounder, follow m lug Snyder s single, put the Visitors on second and third, and New York tied B the score when Burns doubled H Frlsch'K doulile. Kcllj bunt and King's sacrifice fly gent the winning run home Chicago scored Its runs H on singles by Vaughn and Twombley B and Mcrkle's double. Doyle was put H out of the game bi Umpire Klem lor H arguing a third strike. B Score: R H E. H Chicago 002 000 000 2 8 H C...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 July 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY, JULY 12, 1920. g Ifc l RcalJtate ,,.. FOR SALE By nwncr 1 80x133 I ' m i-wB liulldliw lot on Twenty fourth Mr-pet, 1ii li Murk from pavement; sidewalk, curb cut. lV'! B tcrs. sewer and gas: taxes pnld to d.it- . rtargtairi for quirk e.il- Phone Chambers .n nos 77 fl FOR PALF Good five room house In pood M location 2S32 Oinnt Ave 8 '"-' SB PV OWNER 1 mom modem brick house J' Rhone .1 ?.y. ''. 374 II FU'E ROOM. rnado of brick for asle by "' awner About to Imvo city Call after I p igt in at 1073 Twenty-fourth St. Bargain on m I price and terms If inkon ni onee. 1 CUl9a1 1 ORTY acres Innrt In nlfnlfn n t n bargain lUfl win t.-kr in rxehanr modern bungalow P77fl I : I I I - V. : " ' 1 BV OWNER-Four room modern house ivtth sleeping porch coal and fruit Ml ,nr cheap With terms 2631 Monroe Av;, I Phong 2447 U2 A ii i;f OMINO house, nine rooms, nicely fur-j : JM nlshed. for sal. 1554 Twenty.flfth St.R ! M i OWNER lravins city Will Mil cheap, on I i. jl es...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 July 1920

I & gtaitarii-li:xamtncr OCDENJ J I PATRIARCH IS Mrs. Levi J. Taylor Passes Away at Home in Harris ville Sunday. ' v: r .1 IS! i iMM I. I VI,n; H Mn, Josephine Bingham Taylor, B y lr. dud H ni 7 46 o'clock Sunday morning at I Inrrlsvllle, after several years' Illness cf heart She was tiiv daughter of Wlllard and Genet Gates Bingham, and was 1 born in Ogden, May 9, U57. Married H in Salt Lake on November so, 18.74, H and She had since resided in Harris- H 'V.I I lo She was a member of the Be- liVf society of the Harrisville war.l and was well-known throughout the H county. She la survived by her hus- H Land and four children, Mrs. Joseph H Slater. Rigby, Idaho. Wlllard J Tay- H lor of Ogden, Mrs Hyrom Romertll H and Miss Ada Map Taylor of Harrls- H it, fifteen grandchildren arid the H following Sisters, Parley H Bingham 01 Smlthfield, tillahn Bing-j H ham of Ugden. Ellsa limghum of H Blackfoot, .Mid Klora TayiOw' 0! I i r- H HMvllle, Mm Peter Btsvonwn 01 Sugar I City, Mrs. Dave K...

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