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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 July 1920

1 eTiTYear-No 1777" Price p:ve cent," dGDENITY7uTAH TUESDAY EVINa JULYliTloT '. LAST EDITION 4 P. M. L BOLSHEVIKI TAKE MORE STRONGHOLDS I MINSK TAKEN BK I RUSSIAN TROOPS, I VILNA TOTTERS S, American Relief Association ; and Red Cross Quits Menaced Cities. ALLIES MAKE PROPOSAL TO POLISH GOVERNMENT M -4 Powers Desire Armistice Be- V tween Belligerents; Border to Be Mentioned. 4 LONDON, July R la '"- orci i!i authoritative quarters In M I spa that Premier Llojd Gcorg If lias received from ,j George Tchltchcriii Bolshevik commissary fr "' :ffh8, accepting the propo nls ol the allies for an armistice between Poland and Russia, according to a Spa dispatch to Exchange Telegraph. LONDON. July 13 Minsk has been captured by Russian Bolshevik forces, jH according to an official statement ie- eclved here from. Moscow, which says BH tho soviet troops occupied the town R&K on the morning of July 11 mfll The communique also announces HHS ' the capture of the town of Svcnts.any. mk 5,6 mlles BO...

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. — 13 July 1920

H I 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JULY 13. 1920. ' Jm I AfMS OF LABOR I INimiOLD Oil Interests Are Reported as Satisfied With Attitude j of Government. MKXICO C1TV. July 18. Dsnlal was made here that rithei the Mel an govrnmcnl or Mexican labor pos-y-s.es holshevik tendencies. The denial was mad- by QelegttnO Gasca, gover nor of thr feder.nl district, who la vlr lually the fust working: man i have risen to a high position from the civl- Han ranks in a:y Mexican govern- ment ScnOr Qss D was a shoemaker in his younger daya and Liter roaa to i leading position in labor rlrcle. ROPE TOR BETTERMENT. The Kovernor spoke of bettor woik ing and living conditions, higher wages for working men and a chance for the education of children and being the predominant alma of org I nixed Mexican labor. Justice for torking men. Instead of holshevism or soviet - ' lain. accordion Smiii r. 4s, .i, anl- mated both the Mexican labor lead era and high governmental chiefs ns H provisional presiden...

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. — 13 July 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1920. 3 ' I B " Handiest It if VICTROLA W Bll GET IT HERE TODAY 1 begin enjoying it tomorrow 9 lii - $4 DOWN IS ENOUGH 1 irAiiai1 sss' r Party of Mexicans , j WiU Be Deported fjflH Department of labor officials, ac- i companylng HI Mexican undesirables, armed in Ogden at 10:25 o'clock last FH night. Tho Mexicans make up the ;. nl first consignment of their nationality rH to e deported from this country. The fiflB men were hardly more than boys, ages nH ranging from J.9 to 24 years old. They m have been in the United States less fl than four years and during this lime have been arrested for felonies of var- B lous sorts. The aliens were taken H from the Duena Vista reformatory at KHE Denver. BflE Ten other Mexicans arrived in Og- SHE den from Wyoming this morning and HjH after having joined the ether party, continued to San Francisco. They will I H be loaded aboard a Bhip .it San I'ran- Bb . Cisco aqd taken to a .Mexican porl , 0 The con...

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. — 13 July 1920

I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered M Second Class Matter at the Poitofflce, Ogden, Utah. Eitabllshed 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Asaociated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH tX&tpsr' , ONE YEAR WW -!3x&P MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Aatoclated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any newe credited to It not otherwlso credited In thlt paper and alto the local ne published herein. I FORGOTTEN THIRTY YEARS In big rooms, in one of ho skyscrapers of Now York men assemble daily to p.-iss on the expenditures of tlif I nion Pacific, Southprn Pacific, Denver & Hi" Grande ami Oregon short Line railroads They havp before them maps on whit h are hundreds of little dots and one of those l..ts is Dgden. Thus visualised, Ogden is a small place, scarcely Large enough to be kepi in mind. Within thnt dol is the l nio...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 July 1920

THE OGDEN STAND ARD-EXAMINLK 1 ULbUAY, JULY 1 3. 1 920. ' 3 j ItOVE and MARRIED LIFE 1 bu, the noted author 1 i Mah MSGlone Gibson ! NOTE HIOM ALICE. Aior John Icfl mo I looked agnln at the Utile string of pearls in the box and 1 thought that 1 had been unduly nasty about them l had no feeling in accepting a gift from Karl Sheppard. In lnct I had a Vi r pleasurable seiiMation when I read In his l tt.-r that he was going to send tbe baby something This being true, why should 1 make a fuss about I llsa beth Moreland'o gift Elizabeth was sending her remem brance to John's child und Karl Shep pard 'a gift was for my bnb However, i still felt that Karl Bhep pard's love ;'iid affection for me Was very much different than thai of Elis abeth Moreland for John Karl's had hfcn part led larly unselfish. Since lie had told me he cared for me he had made it Impossible for me to write to him by never giving me ,an address and he lr.ni told me that If i wished that I could .-how John his letters. ...

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. — 13 July 1920

B m - , . . MManiHaMiaiMiaiiaBIHB9L iB I g 1 HE OGDEN STAND ARD LX AMINEK, I ULbUAY. JULY 1 3. 1920. .-ty I - j i ltf ihmii mbi aSSSaSaSW -aaaaai z! Sterne Jg ; ; "The I MaeBonald gj American jwgC NOW APPEARING IN THE GREAT PHOTOPLAY CF MONTE CARLO "PASSION'S PLAYGROUND ' II BEAUTIFUL WOMEN! I Sf9 BEAUTIFUL GOWNSI I I A FEAST FOR THE EYES 1 1 1 I I H OGDEN THEATRE 9 "WHERE THE COOL BREEZES BLOW" j THURSDAY ' THE SAGEBRUSH ER" I EXPERT i REPAIRING ALL WORK GUARANTEED Any Make of Car i WILFONG-GLASMANN SHOP 2254 Wash. Ave Phone 776 j - - I I SOMEONE'S GOING TO BE COOL; NOT CHAPL0S1NG FAN J. F. Mower of Wilson I-ine, reported n theft at the police station yesterday thai drew forth sympathetic comment from offi cers at tin- Jail Mower bought sin etectrh Can for $10. He uLso bought a new auto tiro which ho placed In hla autontobile n front of the Wat-son-f'lygare hardware store. While nway from hla machine for n moment, sw.r one tooit both the fan and the tire. vnd It pro mises to be hot...

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. — 13 July 1920

nEBj! B RH THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. TUESDAY, JULY i. IV20 7 - IB YOU MUST COME AND SEE THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF PORCH SWINGS AND HAMMOCKS J IN THE CITY NOW AT" M Pretty Katherine 'mi MacDonald Gets hR Best Role of Career ' afP Social parasities who have wormn ' 'ijUB J their way into the confidence of the BUM 1 unsuspecting Mnry Grant, plot to steal the fortune she- won at Monte Carlo ? in "Passions Playground, 1 the First 'fiflPUl National picture starring: Katherine ffiflfjB J MaeDonaid and now showing at the MB ' igden theatre. They drug her in an jfwH; old chateau and .rc about to make ffiij a getaway with her valuables when 'CXRi f Mary's prince happens on the scene The prince, in a desperate fight, hears fjS)1 ,ne villainous Lord Dauntrey and re- Bavl covers the Jewels The picture is the .: rti film version of the faimous book dcai- SHHKH lng with llf"- at Monte Carlo. "Tha LX, Guests Of Here ilea ' by C N and A. MB ' Ulia msoi , J . Odea Womaj. Writes Story For McClure's...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 July 1920

g s THE OGPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. TUESDAY. JULY 13, 1 920. Ifi I BROOKLYN NABS ' D0U6JXHEADEH 1 National League Games Fea tured By Chasing of Players By Umpires. CHICAGO. July If. Erratic field. ing by Herr.og, Paskert; Hollocherl and MerklOi coupled with weak pitch ing by Martin and Hendrlx, enabled Brooklyn lo win toth games of p dou ble header from Chicago today, 13 to 4 and 10 to 2. Score: R ft. E. Brooklyn . . 212 6 on 100 is 16 I Chicago 100 010 1 10 4 8 5 I Butteries. Grimes and Miller, Tay lor; Martin and O'Fat rell. Second came: R. H B Brooklyn 1 """ 10 1 : 0 Chicago 000 001 100 2 9 1 i Batteries: Smith and.Kru.eger; Hen j drlx mid Killcfer. J ST. LODI8, July 12. St. Louis de I feated New York A lo 3 -In ten in I nlnga today! Heathconfe scoring frotn I second un a wild riteh demons wn.- I put out of the same in the third by I Umpire Quigley for disputing n de ft cision. Score: K. 11. E. I New York . . 02 000 100 0 3 6 2 I St. Louis ....300 000 000 1 4 8 2 M Batteries: Toney ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 July 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1920. 9 FOR SALE Real EttBtc o-ROOlt modern t r I It Inrc basement ;.ir.i-. lot $2 1 2x266 ft.' lorrc lawn nnd beautiful shade close In on L'lth St. onls $r..ooo, trrms KSW room modern white h-ir.lolnt brlok. In rK- hiisemcr.t. larjre llnic porch, ower and sidewalk all paid up; J4 nnn 4room shlnf.lod bungalow, modern, close In on 22nd St.. $2,250. 2 5 room modern homes (fine for roflrOAd ! - men) In west pnrt ol city; jn.OO.i enh nrl rnsy terms. Smith nnd Fllndert Co Phone li '7. :t 5 i k WHY In veil in speculative i"-ki when you ran buy Real Estate, the basts of all wealth", at pri-cs mcntlonci below? acres on Sand Ridge, abo' e rovern merit arsenal, undl r propoped 'High Line Canala" whlrli i practically a.s.-e.ir.-. When water la secured this land Will be worth a largv sum of monev. ic are of ?r1njr this tract of land at the very loW price of J35.00 per acre. Will p: ood mforojt on monev Invested In fli farm crops. You can see cruln ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 July 1920

jb- i -; - ssssssi . - , BmbBsbsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbJibjjTmhM - v - - ' ;'' "t-r-'flHHi8ifSwEBj I I ssim sssassh Lssfl TUESDAY. JULY 13, 1920. SSI I iii . a ii ii i ,-v ir-v t- r-r Ik 7 1 EH I It's A Riot! And as for speed, love, daring, a glorious fight and excite ment Oh. Boy! Oh, Girl! l . YOU'LL SAY IT" IS SOIVIE: WALLIE RETD in j "EXCUSE MY DUST" AND'A SUNSHINE COMEDY The Best Program Ever Sho.vn UTAH THEATRE 1 COOL AND COMFORTABLE 'JEATS Officials of Ogden Team Will Start Drive For Funds Tomorrow. Official! of the Ogden baa i.iii club Will start a drive for funds In the city tomorrow. The remaining days of the present week will be known an Boost er" days and booster tasa. which will admit one to any of tho remaining Ratnes on the local schedule will be disposed of. The following games re main on tho local schedule: Saturday, July 17, Saturday, July II, Sunday, August 15 and Sunday, August These games arc all regular leafi ie tames. Ogden tram also plays here on Julv Z4th and Sept. (...

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. — 14 July 1920

raa ' mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWmm ...... - I 71 ft ITAH-fJoHM-nlb fair tonight I E 1 I4f flS 'tf CTlS 51f A T II 1 Hf iBSf '' Quite often the mort lrterssln mm '" Zy lj t Vi JU JU K I 1X1 1 W Ci Jl JULACt 1 1 1 14 VC Jt " ,ou"4 " FH Fifitieht v,r-No. 179. Price Rvt Cent, OGDEN CITY, UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 14, 1920 " LAST EDITION 4 P. M. ' I L & S , O $ C COX REPLIES TO HARDING'S CHARGES f' FRONT PORCH IS 1 LISTENING POST, i CANDIDATE SAYS Democratic Nominee Hurls As sault on Harding. Smoot, Penrose and Lodge. COX INDICATES HE WONT REPLY DAILY W Says Republican Campaign f May Develop Into Morning Session of Senate. COLUMBUS, O.. Juty 14. Charging that Senator Harding the Republican presidential nominee had made his 'front porch a listening post," Gover nor Cox, the Democratic nominee, to day issued a statement replying" to Si nitor Harding's statement at yester day that the Wilson administration! had saddled the league of nations up on him as the chief campaign Issue I Governor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 July 1920

HsssaslsssKPHhSH SohP 1 I I I ' assl : - Hj y-' ''j"Lfflr2SflBHBBBBBBBlHHBBB I 2 THE (.X.Ht .N S f ' . N ) A R P -F. A M 1 N F,R . WEDNESDAY, JULY 14. 1 Q20 JH I JftPS PROTEST i I LATEST LAWS Face Army Service If They Go . To Nippon for Love or Business H WASHINGTON". July 14. Japanese I In the United State? and Hawaii xrr a6 In official dtipatohM reoelvad here tod.iv t.. b making vigorous pro I iest against the application of rc- fontly pi omtilgated laws relative to military obligations of foreign-rerddmt uapanese The new laws raised tho military exemption age of Japanese ii.ine outsld Japan China or Slberlal 10 ."7 rears and reduced the time I Which a Japanese suhjeei living out- -1-1. the threi countries may spend In Japan without becoming liable for military service from six months to II r i m.uit ii DI AL C ITI.l N SHIP, The new laws do not ufe"t Jap H "anese born In foreign countries who fl renounce their allegiance to the cm- I Veror of Japan before reaching the nee of 1 T. ...

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. — 14 July 1920

HE THE OC. DEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1920. 3 I HI 11 FOR C I Ogden Hfgh and Public Schools I !, Get Fund For Vocational I Training. ifiH Ten thousnntl dollnrs of tho federal lVH vocational cducntionul fund will be jfj.L. Il distributed nmong irr,i) si hifrti 4aX t. hoo.'s of the siute, carrying an ag- ID grcgale of fifty COUrsej! In vocational H agriculture under the SuittllrHUffhOS fjH the distribution Is made at the rate jl iif ;v jjuo subsid) and und r me montj j provided for vocational agriculture, ffcH ogden high school receives 68.f6. dflH In the apportionment of schools fflv- iiik irainniK m unties ami inuuBuieo. V, ' gden was uwaded iluti.JO. $430 to i Salt Like and f227.S6 for the L'nl- ii jBr Mty ol I tah. Sail Lake Cits schoo ijSj2T ' lor all day traue und lnilusiri.il classes .VI A received I167X.20 l rwimWr L.ehi. Pleasant Grove ami Briffharn Wflfl City were awarded $600 each in the jf I P iication.il agriculture n p"' 1 loriinenl PPJ To the following s...

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. — 14 July 1920

4 THE tOGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY. JL'LV 14. 1920 I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER! PUBLISHING COMPANY J Entered M Second-Clam Matter at the Potofflce, Ogden, Utah. Eitabllshed 1870 j Member of tht Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muaile or a club. Subsr v.ption in Advance ONE MONTH ,75rtJ3 ONE YEAR S9 00 $5 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Asoclated Pros Is exclusively entitled to the uso for republication of any ncwi credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and alto the local ne puDlinhed herein. I LEAGUE MADE AN ISSUE In a Btatemenl made vMrnln , SciuiUu Itanium rh.irjrod that President Wilson had forced the Democratft presidential and vice presidential' candidates t incept Ins view on ih- leegue f nations for the purpose of vindicating his foreign1 policy. Senator Harding says he accepts the challenge and will make the league Of nations an issue in tin present campaign. I...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 July 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY. JULY 14, 1920. 5 l T flOW and MARRIED LIFE m j fcq, the noted author I I Idah MSGlone Gibson j 1 IV 1 ' 1 - ' ecg fM WIFL IN POMTH s if' I ' You must forgive me, my dear I : Katherlne. for writing nt such lenRth -llj 9 ahnut politics' continued A I Ice'. Ist- '! ter. "but I am bo full f it I can think M ' ot nothing else. : WDI J Tom thinks I am ihe amartct thins 'VFfl since ) coined this epigram The preat- 'A 1 est menace to our country in the had i I citizenship of Its g-ood citizens. 1 "Since thon he has told all his friends that he expects me to run for i Congress or sonn-thlm: ;unly ridicu lous. But truly 1 do think that everv -fl respectable and respecting woman 1 should know something about the af- 2 fairs of her countrv and should e 1 ercisp her franchise If she has It h; , j do you know, my dear, for the first 1 time, the orhcr day. 1 learned If an I American girl mairled .1 foreigner she rP lost ner American citizenship and be- came ...

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. — 14 July 1920

lsj 1 Hfc. UGULN S 1 ANTMRD-kAiiINER WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 192U. IOHIO CSTY HOST TO GREAT CROWD Thousands Flocking in to Hear Harding's Speech Will Tax Facilities of Marion MARION. O., July 14. For tho sec ond day In succession Senator Hard in; today eluded himself from visi tors and continued tho writing of his speech of .iccrptanec Satisfactory progress, it was understood, la being made In the preparation of tht speech nd he hopes to have it completed ivlthin a few days. In order that he can jrive his com plete attention to It, no engagements are being scheduled for the next few iays. 1-lans arc actively under way for the feeding and lodging of tho nor moua crowds which arc expected to visit Marlon on notification day. July 22. D. P.. Crlaslnger, chairman of (lie local committee, In charge of these plans, announced today that arr.-ngc-I ments had been made with churches and lodges to servo meals while num- erous quick lunch stands will le cd under the committee s supervision. It is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 July 1920

H THE OGUEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1 4, 1 92C. - M THE BIG I SALE I. Continues --still time to get your new suit for I the "24th" Celebrate the day right. Go forth in a new Dundee suit you'll be supremely confi dent then that your attire is correct in every detail, Follow our suggestion of wearing white trousers with your new blue serge coat, and when fall comes you will have saved practically the price of a new suit Besides blue coat and white trousers is the most popular combina jUTi tion for every summer Deca ff ! sion- A I '47.50 H buys a $60 Blue t You can wear it summer and fall every day in the year. I ! Medium weight, highest ! ) quality. And you save over H i 20 per cent. ' Big discounts on every fab J ric in our shop. Order now for the Twenty-fourth. OWEN BENNETT. Prop. On Hudson Ave. by the Alhambra Theater L . - MB Elks' Chief Here On mr Way to San Francisco W, M. Abbott, of San Francisco, grand exated ruler of the Eks. was an ' Ogden visitor Inst night for a...

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. — 14 July 1920

i CT . ;f-Mty. i-'j,-fyiTffiiiHfflPPBEBBBHt g THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1920 Yes, ladiss and mioses, (his isj- the sale you have been waiting Our i Silk Hats excepted) to be arranged in- i"'"' J to three lots at a sacrifice. All hats marked with lot number inside. II LOT No 1 LOT No. 2 LOT No 3 I Value: to $24.00 Values to $15 00 Values to $12.00 si.85 5J5 2.75 1 ALL UNTRIMMED SHAPES ONE-HALF OFF LAURENE F. FOLKERSON Eistinctive Millinery PAINE & HURST 1 1 I I Women Will Take a Hand In Pursuing the Profiteer ' II M WASINGTOX. Men having failed jfl to rout out the elustvo profiteer, tho department of Justice now Intends to i L giv's women a fllnj at the olly game Of "Profits, whoso got 'the profits?" Miss Edith BtrauM (upper lett), head 'of the women's division of the. de partment of justice, Is sending women 3 speakers to large cities; Miss Mary I I 13. 0. P. PLANS IN west mm San Francisco Headquarters Regarded as Third Most Im portant in Nation. EA i-v - ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 July 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14. 192C. 9 j j YOUR GOLDEN 1 OPPORTUNITY Today's Market Our Price I' 100 bars Swift's White Soap .$7.o0 $6.50 y 1 100 bars swift's Pridr- Snap $6.50 85.75 I LOO bars-Mitseot Soap . $.50 St,90 1 case K u lv June Peas l 25 83.45 1 case Alpine Milk $6.50 $5.65 l cue Libby's Milk ' $6 0 85.65 l carton Matches ':i .25 1 sai-k Sum Ripe Oats . 7." .65 Regular $2 50 Mops $1.25 FLOUR fl We have a car of the famous Idaho Falls Flour We are selling you this flour below the presont wholesale market On W-pound bag Idaho Palls (. K Flofcr $3.20 Two 48-pound bags Mono Falls 0. F Fiour 96.35 l In 500-pound tots $6.30 In inii().,uiiii.l ii.ts $6.25 I.U 98-pound bags Turkey Red Floui $6.50 I pounds Sugar 08c For camping parties we have a complete lire of canned meats and Vegetables Western Market m Food Department Stores ! , 366 Twenyt-fourth Street C44 Washington Ave. FLOUR BUYING IS A AT STANDSTILL' M I N N K A PO L ! B, Minn.. July 14. 1 The Northwes...

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. — 14 July 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14. 1920. II AMERICAN LEAGUE Standing of Tram-. W. L. Pet Cleveland 53 26 .fi7 Now York 58 2s .fi.S4 Chicago 48 29 r,j3 Washington 43 88 ,SM St. Louis "7 38 .493 Boston 35 39 .173 Detroit 24 50 324 Philadelphia 21 80 21) Ycstonlav ' Itcsnltfl Chicago 5 at Washington 3. Cleveland 4 at Philadelphia 3. St. Louis 6-2 at New York 1 -Detroit 10 at Boston 4. II RU 1 5 its One Hit Given Cleveland But Its Enough lo Win Game NEW FORK, July 18. New York and St. Louis divided a dounie lie .' r today, the visiters winning I he f.rst gm to 4 a:ul the Yankees the second 7 to 2- Shocker struck out 14 Yankee batten In th rtrsi i-.truf Bab Ruth struck out five nines out of lght trips to the plate He got a single and : passed lWic First gnnir K. H. K St. LoulB S 1 New York 1 s 1 Batteries: Shocker ind Severeld; Collins. ThormahUn. Shore "nd Han nah Second game: R. II K. St. Louis 2 10 -' New York " " Batteries: Wellman and Se-vereJo,: Mogridge and Buel I W ...

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