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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

sbbbbbbbbss H I SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1920. THh Uulhhn a l AiNUAKD-LAAiviifNiLK 7 I PRIEST DEFIES I SIEELiSiIES Men Being Organized Despite I ,' Efforts of Companies to Stop It is l RJ DERK K M K l RSI BRiVDDOCK, Pa.. July 17 There is one spot In one town In the "steel barony" of Pennsy 1 anla where men arc n'ill being: organized into unions. In spite of all the efforts of the steel companies to stop It. 1 , i It Is In the basement of father Alcx amler Kazlncl ' parish house in the I;nman f.ithollc cfeurch of 8. Mlch H acl's. here In Braddock H i mi the front law Father Kaalnd'e church stands this sign, re centlv erected. I PHJ CATHOU4 OH1 ROB I M i 1BOR PRTN'CIPl i S. WHY ji ad 'I lM If It' form I 'mi mm. J Ipplj H i ni. .,i Elendojuarteni, 312 Draddock nu. H Trail Kurnlngs, i r m, B-V 56 Itl.lHO.lMiU. I HOW Mi n DID v i BARN 7 B In spite of the threats, pressure and H entreaty, Father Kuzlnci continues to. stand by the ''ReconstruCclon Program Of the National Catholic War Conn....

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. — 18 July 1920

I 1 8 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1920." J M I For Subtcriptlon and Advertising Department, Call Phone No. 56. I RANDOM I REFERENCES I Irsk Room to let, Kelly & llcrrlck 3686 . ,On Vacation. Miss Mrtle Unhand, I Ptcnographer in the county clerk's I office l(t yesterday afternoon for ,i I two weeks' vacation In Idaho. Miss I Hubnnd will visit friends In 8hMy. I und Idaho Falls. I Ogden Typewriter House ror type writers and repair.-. 2U2 Hudson Ave. l uone 236. I Hucd ." Henry Fisher, chard I with riding bloyele on ih slde- H ,' walk. was lined JO yesterday t.K.inln by Judge D. R. Roberta th V court. Fisher foiled to appear al 10 o'clock, nnd his ball of 6 was declared forfeited. Later he :ii.e.ir 'I and u-k- i H for a hearing He entered u plea of I guilt v and was fined $6 I Ogden Kxamlner, date of April 2, H 1920. wanted at the office of Stand H ard-Examlncr. Liberal price. I Report Long Mrs. J. J Anderson of Cascade. Idaho, reported the loss H of a pock...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

WKas 1 i SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDAKU-tXAMINER o ji M LATE NEWS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT 1 BRAVES WIN Bf I SCOREJH flfTH SNew York and Pittsburgh Split t Doubleheader: Reds Lost i to Dodgers CHICAGO) Julu 17. Powll's dou H ble followed by Pick's slnKl'' In the IrH fifth inning Cored tin- only run Bos ton needed to dcf it Chicago today ' l to o. Watson obtained by waiver from Pittsburg, held the Cubs to throe hit, but was given ioor support Score ;:. If E. Boston 000 010 000 1 11 4 Chicago .. . . .ooo ooo ooo 4 3 0; Batteries: Wanton and O'Neill; Al exander and KlUlfer, Doty. ST LOUIS, .Mo.. July 17. Philadel-i phis defeated St Louis 1 to u in a pitcher' duel lctween Smith and Schupp today, Stengel made the long I run in the ninth. Uvin wae put out of the game in the sixth for throwing a bat at Smith who had hit him with a pitched ball In the same Inning Fletcher was ordered from th'? game for disputing ball called on demons and In the ninth. G. Smith also was put o...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

I SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1920. U48i iaUlHUll lU.XCUU UlVl OGDEN, UTAH I I FIRST OF POTATO OUTPUTSHIPPED Plain Citv Yields Initial Car load of 1000 Expected This Season The first of the thoupand car out put of the early potato crop in the Ogden district was shipped from Plain City this week, farmers dis posing of their product at $5 per huudred weight. Th. yield is exceptional for this time of the year, it Is said, and growers feel that they will be re compensed to a certain extent for the losses sustained through drought last season. The potatoes Rre re ported to be of good variety and are In demand at various markets of the United States The early potato industry is fast "rsuming importance in this section of the count ry and possibly will as sume a position of importance which will mak i '-ih rival Idaho as a po tdto producing state, local growers believe. Thv are sclent ificall.s studying the t .-owing of potatoes and are looking up the economic side of the potato crops. The se...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

i-prj kn hvxlmmmx nun J 'jH SECOND SECTION OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1920. B 1 I HERE AND THERE IN THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY j I Miss Fay Tribe Bride At Pretty Wedding Here Color Scheme of Pink and White Carried Out at Event of Past Week. Quiet but impressive. lh wedding of .MIR Kay Tribe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Tribe, to Waynt Gudmumhon was aolemnlz-d I tsl Thursday noon. July 10 Mro Gud- mundson was the complimented guest JHv. at several affairs during the last week, I chief among which was A shower glv- . v en by her many friends ui the resi- H2 dence of her mother, Mrs. W- D. MBl Tribe. 364 ( gdcn avenue. Numerous uJHl K'fts were showered upon the COlhpU- WBm juented guest. IHI a color scheme of pink end whit lHv was can led out throughout the home lK: and profusions of pink end whito cut WKa flowers held sway In every room. Af- W tor an ecnlng of fun spent In games WTM music a recitation given by Mrs. HEH Lena Stephens wee i njoyed. A daint) s lucheon f V y...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

i iHL MINER SUNDAY MORNING, JULY IS, 1920. aB jBrigham Society I BRIGHAM, July IT. Mr. and MrS. I .1 Johansen sntertalned Mr and Mrs. I x. R, Brickeon of Ogden at dinner, I Tueadav. other out-of-tow m I Mr. and .Mr. Johnnsei. during I week were Professor and Ml I W M. I reterson Mid Mrs Victor Crawford. I nil of Logan , " I Mr and lira Kirk Mariln md I guests enjoyed n lawn supper Wel- I nrsdny evening nt the Uartln home I fin M:u i street. Beside host and hos- te.s preeent were Dr and Mrs E a. I Btranqulat, Mrs w. H. Child, Miss I Grace Halverson. Miss Alice Eddy, I Minn Ada Child. Umont QlOVSt and I Lawrence Hansen. BM Or. and Mrs William T. Ward and B ' cn.-. hi. hard and Donald, B Eoke Ware dinner guests of Mr and B Mrs. W. J. lxwe. Sunday. Mrs Senu-r B Walker of Sail Lake and Mrs era I Phillips were also recent dinner guests B at the Lowe home. Ill B Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Phillips of B Weston, Idaho, spent Wednesday In B Brigham on their return home from nn extended visit In I gd...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

J IBHMBHMlHHHHHIHBHIIHIHHHHHHlBIIHHHHHHHHHHHHHIHBHHHHHBHHHii - - P PK pH j y i' I I I I l" ' Drapery y of Spangled i I Is Arranged Over Satin. H for This J? By Lady Duff-Gordon ("luciie") THIS is the time when the country clubs read their highest popularity. To drive out of th hot city into the green coolness of the clui grounds is a keen pleasure. To play golf or tennii or to lounge on the clubhouse veranda according t chance or temperament is a -charming way to sponc Summer afternoons and to preserve and upbulk health. That is the utility of the country club its prose The poetry of the country club is the dancing affords. Moonlight and shadows on the rolling green tall trees standing as faitMul senlijjels without, an within throbbing iriiric and the flitting of form; across the smooth dancing floor as figures gliding about on the ice! The picture is beautiful to observe and beautiful tc share in. and I am offering for your inspection to-day models of the kind of gowns that make th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

I 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1920. ri Ii. ifjc The Ogden Standard-Examiner iMgtii 1 - MIPI) AUTOMOBILE SECTION fitful I I MISUSE CAUSES mm tire Temperatures Make Heavy Jumps When Strains Are Increased Hcfc nre pome sermon facts for , drlers who arc careless of the reultV of over-loading automobile or iiuckai A and underlnflation of tires; I An average sized tiro, undf r proper ( lnflntion and normal load reaches a temperature of 140 degrees Falucn j helt Just under the tread, when run at a speed at 25 miles per hour. in Increasing this speed to 35 miles per' I hour, the driver raises this tcmpera- turo to 155 degrees. I Now If this same tiro is overloaded I j by 50 per cent, the temperature will I reach 160 degrees nt 25-mlle speed, j And It will go to 100 degrees at 35 miles per hour. J Moreover, if this same tire is run 1 undor-lnflatcd, at 25 miles per hour 3 the temperature, is 180 degrees, and .1 at 3F. miles per hour It will rise to I 20 degrees. 4 ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 5 I W TUBE IS VITAL I TO LIFE OF TIKE I Authoriiy Asserts Motorist Should Use the Same Care As in Buying Casings H Hnw do yov buy an auto tube as n H merely necessary and somen hnt Incl- dental nci'MBory or as a part of tl) 1 tire as ltal as the cosing? I'pon tn- 1 motorist's answer to this question dc- 1 uT xr.ds, In lrtrRp pnrt, the decree of his B freedom from tire troubles. The car H owner courts trouble when he buys tubes carelessly. H The fact that tire costs are largely dependent upon tubes in frequently H overlooked. Though the motorist has Warned to shun "gyp" and "no-name ; tires t. r ison of bitter experiences E along the road, a bargain price fie- mK 'juently causes him to buy an Inferior tube. Cheap and unbranded tubes will H handicap any casing B Jtky tubes ruin millions of tires BH annually through unde. Inflation. Ordl- frH narily the motorist blames his casings p4H for troubles for which his tubes are EB alm...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

..-B ! 6 - THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING JULY 18, 1920. J I ENOUGH 'EI TO LAST1Q YEARS This is Prediction Made on Petrolem Deposits in United j States Alone I Report concerning the so-called I shortage of gasoline and oil products I hnv caused far more lonccrn thnn Is I warranted by the fact, according to I r bulletin recent i Issued by the Ne- I tional Automdblls Chamber of Com- mercc. There Is enough gasoline inj I the world to last nt least L88 years, B according to the Information received In this bulletin Henry t, Doherty, financier and H industrial promoter, Is authorttj foi I the statement th.' enough gasoline for us. for our chll-l I dren a nd f ur ohlldrcn'i H According to Ihc United St.i'e- logical survey there an- i ,'' I barrels of oil stlii in the rni"-i States H 'fields, which will Inst twenty years at H the present consumption rate. The BJ world's oil deposits have been estimnt- H ed at tSO, 000, 000, 000 barrels, or enough H to last for 164 years. The 1'...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

I I I Sunday, July 18, 1920 I r Alf, All Right atThob.elEFFCaaSw. I I B , . MUTT Will Peek Before He Flirts Next Time V I ( I HAVE TO LAUGH WHEN I f OH.GEE? THNk OP JEFF ROASTINGr a CRAMPf j IN THE CITY-HE WE.CVT OUT I i i r-, n I to look for a job and i HELP: STAKED OFF ANP' HERE iir, Of I AM SPLASHING ARoCNP I nCLr ' u I I ! i i : M I THE.- j f OH, SHEVS Mine ? 1 SHES MINE SHE THP-EW ONE J 1 B At hJ L I 1 p - f, ft' foftflNE? rHE WNT -PownTN I 1 MY FIRST RAV THREE TIME UT I Copyrlgnt. 101 1, D Kinf Kcatures Syndicate, Inc. I'LL JU5T TOSS k mop anp if SHE THROWS ANOTKEP- BAOc WELL" 7 f Y A fc , L 1 t S irs funny ho vthese sTvVellV j MMES ALWAYS CP-AWL BEHIND V A PARASOL TO PFLOTECT THElP- I LJiy WHITE COMPLEXIONS .I'LL JUST ljjEBBlE AND SEE IF SHE j I 1 n i&r I Copyright. 1011, by King Fcatiues Syndicate, Inc. j I

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

I v v , , AND HER NAME WAS MAUD " I II HO HUM! 6En I'M SLEEPY GUESS I T c3 IF I Mi life 4- v-s To 1 1 hat's my Sole mo a I err 4J Co"'Ml t20 M Kr fli"jtn lfKSiUH M y Yoo OLD REPK06AT! hEE ) I I I H

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

8 ll I Hidden Treasure magazine seqion II David Wliitelaw 3 I ! f f JEfflk Serial of Love I "The hero, with a leer that wrinkled up hit full cheekt, had slipped an arm round Stella t wairt and had kitted her not on the cheek, but full on the lipt. The lips! With a muttered oath, Robert rote from hie teat. He wat betide htmtelf with anger and telf loathing." (Se-e Chapter IX. of "Hidden Treasure.") (Copyi i'jht, 1920, International Feature service, inc.) CHAPTER I. The Soldiers of Fortune. THE front door of No. 9 Mortimer Ton-ace, Regent s Park, thul to with a bang that was muffled in the fog which had descended upon the metropolis In the early morning of November 14, 1907, and two de jected looking men made their way down tho little box bordered path and beneath the dripping branches to the garden gute. Their coats were buttoned tightly up over their even ing dress, for the early air of a November morning Is apt to strike chill to those whoso night houra have been spent In the heate...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

F '. ' lEC'EM ' JISASU1E I IContinurd from Fint Paqc. gold he had won To Bddlfl Hav r ton, perhaps, (hp loss of a few hun dreds meant very little, with Vivian it was everything No one, save himself and his creditors, knew how hard pressed lie was, and that the few coins which he fingered in his pock 1 as he stood in Indecision were all that lay between him and a deb! pn rumbored destitution and Vivien Ronton was not the man to he in tha condition long The fog. moving in slow wreaths, nung round him In a heavy s' ill ness, broken only by the sound of some cab bearing a be!;id reveller homewards, or tho peevish chatter of an animal in the Zoological Car dens near by. Another and more Minister idea crept into the evil hrnin of Vivian Renton. Why should he not return to No. 9 and tap the little fair haired man on the head? He knew him to be alone in tho house that night, and he could blDd and gag him withO'.. "Variously injuring him. The fog was J- in his favcr, and he would be out of t...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

ttZMM. BBBH I m ' I iii frpninwrt rvm Preceding Pngr) I 1 but not loudly only very slowly, ! like a long drawn out whisper. lie went back to the room facing ' the road, and, crossing to the bureau, casually picked up the en !, j velopo addressed to the bosplfal The peculiar crackling noise given h out by its contents awakened his I curiosity and caused him to open it :( H--v' "e Eave a ,itt, asP of pleasure an he thought how useful this wind i fall would be in assisting him to m' leave the country, and. again, more to pass the time than anything else, fell to examining the drawers of the desk and bureau. There were many papers, legal and private, and a few jewels these latter of no great value and I barely worth the taking Vivian decided to leave these as being I articles ea9y of identification. A glance at the numbers of the bank V note? told bim that they had most ly been won from Eddie and him self, and no one would ever know tliey had left the possession of their original owners...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

aaaBA - - awm m ! T I 14 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1920. In STEADY PRICES ON UTAH STOCKS 1 Silver King Con.. Is Only Stock on Board to Show a j Decrease I The trading yesterday in mining I stocks on the Salt 1-uk,- Sioek & Mui- I ins Exchange was fairly nrilvc The I general trend of tie mm ket was about I steadv. the dos- being about the same! I as that of Friday. Silver Kin "'on.1 I was practically the only stock on iho board to show a deoease, changing! I hands as low M 1.40 and closing j I nii the stock offered at this price. B. T.ntic Standard sold H Wf ' 3.35. closing with $3 3.r. bid and $3 7 ' I kd. pip mil sold at 2 v Columbus B Kexall went at 4 7c, Cardiff changed B hands at f 1 . 3&. Iron King brought 24c. B Kairdriver weni a sr.c. Emma silver I sold at iWc, Eureka Bullion wee I steady at Sc. I'lutus sold at 3:' l'i- B vo changed hands at l';r, Bllvei B Shield brought 3Uc and South Stand- B aid changed hands at 20c. (Quotations furnished ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

1 . SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER , 15 m FOR SALE E W. CAN NAD Y H Rca.1 Kstate Insunnc H New slrlctlv modern brick and BtUCCC H bungalow, situated In nice location or H bench. House has furnace, fireplace, hard H wood il.... r and numerous built-in fa B turos. Price $5500 H ftwcticall) 4-room rottntrc, pood H location, and In rirst " lass condition: base H meni. garage nnd chicken run Price $26ud H :n terms H c room brick bungalow, with half baae H mcnt on i acre of choice land with water H right has garage, chicken runs, fruit trees, etc. Price $4'00 on terms E. W. iWNNADl 2427 Hudson Alhombra Theatre is next door. ",f,f.r, BRAND new five-room n,odem on I ! 46UU. Bwaner Phone 146 MtQ rURKP ROOM house modem ' bath, "'i Dan B I 1666 i THE GUARANTY MORTG USE ' 11 B 16 Twenty fourth St. Phones MO HI H $3000 Buys a 3 room cottage With hath H close In. on Adams avenue, south H nf Twenty seventh street Easy H $3200 Kuys 3 room brick Imnc.nlow. full H i.h.-i u...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

I lfl THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING. JULY J 8, 920. ilESN'TiNTTO MEET DEMPSEY I Big Bill Brennen, Honest, Says, One Encounter Is Enough - Big Bill Brennen. Chicago heavy-1 weight boxer, may not have, the classl to battle for a title, but BUI l honed, j 1-1 ay be docs not want any of Jack j Dempscy's game, and that a far as i he is concerned the champ can go, right along with his movie and cica trical engagements. Brennen says any thing else in the fistic heavyweight elciK3 Is eoft picking along side of Dempeey. Brennen met Dempsay once, j once was sufficient f"r Brennen. woo ! W(ts put away In the seventh round, I following the receipts of one of Jack's J terrific clouts on the dome. Brennen can hardly be classed nc e. J j trial horse, but he has played that role for many of the rising heavlea who I aspired to make an attack on the i j crown. Some ( them Brennen de- I fcojted decisively, other he drew with,, -while one or two others sllchtly shaded him. He has been thro...

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