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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 July 1920

SRsn.!' I ftl Fiftieth Year-No. iw Pre f.vo cent.- OGDEN CITUTAH WEDNDAYnINGrJULY 21, 1920 . LAS"fEDlT10N 4 P.Tvf. f I SINN FEIN AND BRITISH TO PARLEY O 4 4 0 O fr Q 1 WILSON FOREIGN I POLICY TO GET I MUCH ATTENTION V1'. Candidate Harding's Accept-, Iance Speech to Join Issue With Democrats MILITANT TOUCHES TO BE FOUND IN ADDRESS To Accept League as Fash-; ioned by President to Be Called Unthinkable MARION. O..JU13 21-flenatorHaxd-jng's speech of acceptance, to bo dellV- I . ered here tomorrow, Is eapected by j h, close associates, to give prominence to the ton Ign policy of President Wll- son nnd the league of nations In such j HE a wkv as 10 advance th campaign to-1 R vnrd a WUarely Joined Issue between U the two political parties A We uho knot th. mind of the ! J presidential nominee dcciated then confidence unlay that he- would ttUtke Si S declaration squaring with the party, V k platform and the party re or,d and bringing successful the KepubHcan idf. d.iierence ol opinion whic...

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. — 21 July 1920

2 fHE OGDEN 5 1 ANDAKD-LXAM1NLK WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1920. I PIONEER DAY CELEBRATION LorinFarrPark I SATURDAY, JULY 24th. Free Amusements for the Chil dren and Free Dancing in the Afternoon I REGULAR DANCE I IN THE EVENING Bring Your Picnic and Spend the Day in the Shade. Where it is Cool and Refreshing I POLLS KILLING I JEW5JS CLAIM Soviets Say Retreating Armies Perpetrate Many Atrocities t on Graves LONDON. July 20 (Jewish Tele-j graphic Agency.) Chat-gen thai the Poles, retreating before the Ho'she lkl, carried out numerous pogroms and perpetrated atrocltten on the BVJ graxes of the Jewish population are BVJ contained In an official Bolshevik BH n ireless fflMMfl received today. Th message declare lhata most of the, BWl villages lti the Klrv district were eOBI i leiely burned and that In many in-, H atanOOS Jewish farmers were driven. BBJ into the flumes In PotOWlase. 'he re-1 BVi purt slates, the I'olloh forces killed all i w.i. At We.rM.Wi the correspondent. Hu of the ag...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 July 1920

I WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 21, 1920. 1 HE UGDfcIN S 1 AINUAKU-hXAMfNEK 3 l I m FIRST on the I I Hi PrSram I i Come to Glen Bros -Robert? and choose your I II VICTOOLA I a FOREIGN BRIEFS A ;- LONDON, July 21. Lunce rcin forcementa for the British troops have HjH uct-n ordered from India to Mesopo- tamia to cope with the Arab revolt H there. It was announced in the house H of commons yesterday by Winston Churchill. ser rctnr for w:: r, who said Rk there was no reason for anxiety PARIS. July Jl The council of ambassadors yesterday herrd the re j yl port of gnaci Jan Paderewaki, for- mcr Polish premier, concerning Po fl laAd'fl standpoint on the Tcschen liiestlon. HI The council ?lso listened to the re- B port of the Prltlsh colonel, T'ffler, HJ president of the commission which Hfl will settle the Tesohen boundary line. lU BUDAPEST. July 21. A new coall- EKH (ion government for Hungary has EHH been formed, the nationalist and tho 31 farmers parties uniting to create a IH ministry under ...

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. — 21 July 1920

I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY entered as Second-Ctas Matter at the Postofflce, Ooden, Ut.ih. Established 1870 , Member 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. j Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH J yt?frtrig& ' ONE YEAR 9.& 3tj&$jf MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local nsv published herein. INCREASE IN WAGES. J Although, the railroad workers arc not awarded the entire amount they aaked for, the increase in wages, totaling $600,000,000, should bring to the men a period of contentment; In tins great coun try of ours no one class can expeel to have all its wage demands granted at our time without n serious disturbance t business gener-l nllv. Even though eventually the railroad men should receive morel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 July 1920

ViY BBIBBBBMb gggggggB Wm - ,. " WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 21, 1S20. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER V (LOVE and MAILED LIFE mm 2xj. the noted author I LjgaMggoaie Gibson J I. ''"'CS OF a wire I am .w fully sorry that you an going away," iii I Suth again as wo en tered my room. "Someway I had a leeling U.r.t you wore going to live here lor a long time." then Rutll stop ped and blushed. "1 don't know why vou should have thouglu that.' 1 aid ' "Forgive me dear, for thinking thr.t perhaps you were 1 appler here than anywhere else." "I am." "Then why do you leave?" 'Because Jt haf come to mc lately that my husband needs me more than ever before, and that perhaps I need my hiuband." j ' "But you have your child."' said Ruth rather a cndoringly. "It Is because I have my child that I realize, dear Ruth, I ha t my husband and I should be together, should divide our responsibilities." "But i he children, Katherino. really are the mother'o responsibilities, the mother's cares. Fathers have very lit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 July 1920

I 6 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1920. I 1 Overland Touring I I! New York to San Francisco I i! Economy Run I I SCHEDULE i r ' ' MILES. I j New York, N. Y., leave 12 midnight, Eastern Time, July 18 ! j i 103 Philadelphia, Pa., arrived 5 a. m., Eastern Time, July 19 210 Harrisburg, Pa., arrived 10 a. m., Eastern Time, July 19 i 260 Chambersburg, Pa., arrived 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time, July 19 I 413 Pittsburg, Pa., arrived 8 p. m.. Eastern Time, July 19 r 516 Canton, Ohio, arrived 1 a. M., Eastern Time, July 20. I i 580 Mansfield, Ohio, arrived 3 a. m., Central Time, July 20. ! 675 Lima, Ohio, arrived 8 a. m., Central Time, July 20. i 741 Fort Wayne, Ind., arrived 11 a. m., Central Time, July 20. i f ' 824 South Bend, Ind., arrived 3 p. ir., Central Time, July 20. 1 : 922 Joliet, 111., arrived 8 p. m., Central Time, July 20. j 958 Geneva, 111., arrived 9 p. m., Central Time, July 20. i 1 1 I Watch the Progress of the I jl Overland Car in the Window of Browning...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 July 1920

H I BOLSHEVIK PRISONERS TAKEN BY POLES ;' OFFICERS ND MARINES INSPECT CHINESE ROAD V- PEKING July in a train carry ing tin marines and several American Brit) h md Japanese office rs ir f h i e BftfeW -.mlay for the congested section of .he Hl J'ekinar-Tien Tsln railway. I' -i There I little change In the mill- BHI 'ary situation outside Peking, but the WBm City Itself today was more quiet than . it has been since the outbreak of fiKht- 4m inc 1. : ih'' .Mini and ChHill f ic- ftrf jty I ' M( STRICKEN rtJr nA SHANGHAI, July 19. Hankow was HP2 thrown Into pnni. ?.it urd.i niht by W -eVf machine J?un battle on the outskirts- f . oi the city between Atifu troors Of . ii Kwang Hsln, recently appointed a military governor of Honan, and forces) Jk of Wang Chan Yuan, military gover- nor of Hupeh. J, 1 The clash occurred over the lm-1 prlsor.nent of Wang Chan Yuan of W u Ja Kwam Hsin, who I relative of Gen-1 J oral Tuan Chi Tnl on the charge ofj H attempted assassination. H When the Wu Kwang ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 July 1920

8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1920. I . . . Mil BUT I PROVES W1WNER Chicago Makes It Three Out 1 of Five From Boston Team I I NATIONAL LEAGUE" ret. H Brooklyn Cincinnati 46 35 .568 1 Pittsburg 40 39 506 1 St. Louis 4- -13 494, rhlcago 43 45 4S9 ' I New' York 40 42 ,4SS 1 Boston 33 42 440, Philadelphia . . 33 Ifi YESTERDAY S RESULTS. At Pittsburg New York 5, Pltts H burg -' At Chicago Boston 4. Chicago 9. At Cincinnati Brooklyn 3. Cincin nati 2. N'o other game scheduled. PHILADELPHIA, Julv 21. Slslcr s I homo run drive over the right field wall in tiie eighth won for St. Louw I yesterday, 6 to 4 Jarobson s home run with two on bases In the sixth put St Louis ahead, but Dugan I triple, sandwiched bctwei I: gles b) I Welch and Perkins t.ed thr score (n I the latter half of the inning. Score. H E. I St. Louis -' 10 1 Philadelphia 412 0 CINCINNATI . Jil 21 Brook - I lyn won the Odd name- of lh. series I from Cincinnati yesterda) 1 to - The I fielding of Duncan...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 July 1920

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 9 I r "What's the good of having a friend if you can't help him when needs it? Folks make a fuss about kindness but Wi t 'pears to rae ' - to be kind any day than to be mean SB WitV Rogers in Jes' Call Me Jim" I STARTING TOMORROW J i.den Theatre A HOOPER PUNS BIG CELEBRATION Weber Community to Show Good Time to Hundreds of Its Neighbors 11 Hooper will have s gigantic ouscrv- ance of the Twenty-fourth of July H and preparation are ruing made fur J the 'entertainment f at ieast 5,lM't BB from Plain City, West Warren. Lib-J LH Gfty, and other towns of the county. HuH The celebration will start with a salute j 9H to the flag sunrise Guns will i I thl 1 1 mc, i ken the k fijf popul&i I g4f v literary ....i.n.i i i. i .1 n.e i ML i ei n Liberty and Eioopei will bo fllS the main features of the forenoon. ! Ejh and iii the afternoon o a id ball .Ijl .. 1 1 1 fUn Ing con ' b'i p l n hi . Old Smokey. ' an nulla wthat has piled ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 July 1920

l0 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1920 I mSes Tintic Standard and Rexall ! Fall During Trading on Salt Lake Exchange Tradinsr today In mlnln- stocks on Co.- SaU Lnkc Stock & Mining Ex change was a little more active than K lias been for the pant few days, w.th the general tendency a little downward. This was most noticeable i.i Tintic Standard and Columbus Rex all, l itr former opening at $3.37lii aud filing us low as tZ.il. closlnw . . inls price bid for It md With i i stock offered at ?J..1o. wbllc thej ..i opened at i5Vic and changed muds low as 42c. bullion sold -it. liO, iron Blossom brouffiit 2tC .1 udge Mining sold ut Bu Ma Day was active at -'Vibe. .N'.v. ijulney "Old !ii 5 and .Slc t-u-rcKa UUlllon was the heaviest trader ,i the fin;, 18,000 shares changing hands at He, Prince Con. sold from 't 10 JT'jc. Silver King Con. went at vM.-lU, Silver Shield sold as low aa .oc, and Walker Mining brought! H tonl $3.05- (jjuobuions furnlabed oer priau: wi...

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

WEDNESDAY EVENING JULY 21, 1920. THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 1 HHi j FOR SALE " B 5 Real Estate B BfX room i u molfrn bungalow, exre H lently finished, built-in kitchen cahlnot HH look cnse etc.. uTei-ned porhon. cemcn kH basement, large lot. Price $47fifV H ALFRED B STRATFORD, H ;?5o Washington Ave H Phono M3-W or 2104 J. I fTv OWN I R All room modern brick ,1 S4S00. 2C5 Monro.. 3f-s !' iH'N'ER - Sn e Commission, n' .v five H room modern bungalow. Phono ISSX-M 2016 Monroe nvenue 365 BT OWNER Modern home five largt gaWgj rooms. bth. pnnrTv. closets. sleeplni IKtgS porch, fmlt trees, flowem. gnrden Cat IXI ftfternoon or evenings. 1330 Capito rtrcot 2j 1 1 V OWNDP. -Stlirttv modern five roon P i.nrk bunpnlnw l.irce lot. First olno oit Ll buildings. 2624 Adnm. Phono 3139 W. ! HY OWM'I'.- v""w rr.rvl. rn I room luinrn H low. Adams Ave ttnd Twenty sixth Bt I tiirkc ri'm'i( frnui. house and flftj tool lot. close to shops. lt wAlor. electric gtgtV Mcht- $3rn ra.h. $70" on frmr Posrcsilor I...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 July 1920

ar 111 BH WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 21, 1920. Utr WmMU VUUHUl OGPEN. UTAH WE URGE "YOU NOT TO MISS THIS LAST FM TODA Y V An Overwhelming Screen Presentation of $ JACK LONDON'S GREATEST NOVEL 1 I "BURNING DAYLIGHT" I I Helen Ferguson I K Supported by an all-star cast in a story translated to J ja the screen in a mighty production that makes a tre- 9 v mendous book live again in a tremendous picture, m G And Larry Semon Comedv J "School Days'; Anothei Big Riot tj T; THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 0 G g double "tlracton EM MY WHELEN and FAT ARGUCKLE rd U JS the Salt Lnks T.'lenram'c screen talent test of the Ogdcn aspirants B HS for movie fame filmed in City Park, July 5 x; W MO RAISE IN PR'CE M I Utah Theatre . - - ICompiaipi of Assault Against Lemon Dropped Lee Lemon, charged with aasault-J ing his son-ln-l aw by striking him i on the tlrw of tv lingers v.Kh -a brick, appeared before the clt court fr; trial this morning. He had en tered a plea of not guilty nhout two 1 weeks ago when th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 July 1920

I , Fiftieth Year-No. 187 Pnce Five cenu I OGDEN CITY, UTAH THURSDAY EVENING JULY22" 1920 LAST EDITION 4 P. ML I I ALLIES DECIDE TO ASSIST POLAND ARMY V "V "V "V V "W V V I HTM I I POSED TO I KEEPOUT BEOS Jj French and British Missions Depart to Proffer Offer of Support .I BOLSHEVIK FORCES 1 STiLL PRESSING ON Fifteen Hundred Poles laken Prisoner in One Battle; Germany Neutral " J PARIS. July 22 The allies have mrw decided to take measures preparatory B to giving military aid to I'olan-d, 11 jpS that should prove necessary, it was "fl learned today. BH A French mission headed by Jules B; J. Jusserand, French ambassador to Bf the "c'nitod Stales who is home on H leave with General Weygand, right hand man o," Marshal Foch, and M. llguon, s. close collaborator with ;1 V Premier Millerand will leave tonight 'V'f for VTarwv to arrange for prompt Bj J succor Co the Poles. ffj'bl On the sr.me train and with Ihe jH'T same object there v i . 1 be a British L mission headed by Lord Ahenmri .fc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 July 1920

2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920.' I PIONEER DAY I I CELEBRATION j I! Lorin Farr Park 1 SATURDAY, JULY 24th. j Free Amusements for the Chil- 1 dren and Free Dancing in the Afternoon I I REGULAR DANCE I IN THE EVENING j I 3 I Bring Your Picnic and Spend the Day in the Shade, Where it is Cool and Refreshing I NOTED WOMAN OF ENGLISH ROYAL CIRCLE IS DEAD Mil, Kurd. England, Julj Mrs ! Cornwall! west, widow of ihe late Cornwall West, and mother of the , Princess of Pless end the Duchess i I Westminster, died at Arnewood, m r here yesterday after a lung Mni Mrs William Corn walls Wiyt was the eldest daughter of th Rev, Fred erick Fltspatrlck ami Lady Olivia, who v.b a daughter of the second Mere, ill of Hendfort. She was married In H7fl to William Cornwall et of Ruthin castle. County Denbigh, lionorarj col onel of the Fourth Battalion "f Royal Ce!sh Fusileers. Mrs Corwalls u -i was 62 years old ine of her daughters, Mary Theresa Olivia, wan mari:cd in 1S91 to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 July 1920

H . H W$ THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920. THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAM1INLK 3 I LODGE'S NOTIFICATION SPEECH 4- . . I ' S Senator Harding- We Art' assembled here as a com I II nut tee representing the states, lerrl !. lories and possessions of the United II States to rankp to your formal afi- i ouncement of your nomination for the office of president of the republic on June 12, last, at Chicago, by the I.'cpuhlican national convention This duty is to us as pleasing as it is honorable, but we are also der pl con ( Ioub of its far-reaching Importance We fully appreciate that what you M) t ub today will not only be read and pondpred by all the American people1 within the confines of the United States but also by all other civilized mitions. Here today you will chart the course to be followed by the Re I publican party ;n the great electoral' , nntpst which lies before us and will 1 declare your purposes and those of the party ou lead vben the authority of government is once more corarrltled ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 July 1920

4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920. I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY entered as Second Class Matter at the Postofflce, C(jden, Utah. Established 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Prcs An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH S 3t5 -ONE YEAR -W.OO. . c5jg MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to tho us for republication of any news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local na published herein. I POPULAR JUDGMENT. Reviewing the tendency of citizens to be Bwaycd by a candi date's affiliations, Haskin Bays "It would seem thai il a candidate Could be found who had devoted himself ro enough different occupations at one time .'tiul another, and if these occupational sympathies could be properly worked upon, he would sweep the country. "This tendency to play up facta abo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 July 1920

. : " ' - - - I THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920. THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 5 I I LOVE and MARRIED LIFE ton, the noted author i Idah MSGlone Gibson J I BOMB MODERN IUKAS W hlle Ruth and I had hcen talking th rr.irsi had l)Mn sh iwtnsj h o baby to little Ruth, and we were interrupted now by bor coming to us With ber eye all ashlne as sh' said, oh, muver, the lady said maybi Autil Kathwyn would tWaid her baby tor naj i.-itty." Well, yon might bor. Ruth' said bore mother, With a fmlle. "Will you. Auntb Kathwyn?" "I don't like kittles; they scratch Kutble 1 guess I will have to keep the baby " Will del one for me?" insisted lb child. "I don't Ike kittlos any more, either" "You fickle child, Ruth, Don't you realire that your poor kltiy would bo almost sick without you?" "No .she would sit down in fwont of the fire end wash hr face and hands sr Just as she always does If I was cone. P 1 want a baby to cry after me." "There you have it. Uuth." I said. "The ever-present egotism of the hu m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 July 1920

THE OGDEN STANDAKD-LXAMFNER THURSDAY EVENING, JULY ji I j Overland Touring j I I New York to San Francisco ; I J Economy Run I I SCHEDULE MILES I S New York, N Y.. lrave 12 midnight, eastern time, July 18. I ft 103 Philadelphia, Pa arrived 6:00 a. m., eastern time, July 19 210 Harrisburg, Pa arrived 10:00 a. m , eastern time, July 19 1 ft 260 Chambersbiirg, Pa arrived 12:30 p. m., eastern time, July 19 $ ft 413 Pittsburg, Pa arrived 8:00 p. m., easteni time, July 19 51(3 Canton, Ohio arrived 1:00 a m , eastern time, July 20 & 8 680 Mansfield. Ohio arrived 3:00 a. m., central time, July 20 r ft 675 Lima. Ohio arrived 8:00 a. m , central time, July 20 K 5 741 Fort Wayne, Ind arrived 11:00 a m., central time, July 20 824 South Bend, Ind arrived 3:00 p. m., central time, July 20 ? jt 922 Joliet, 111 arrived 8:00 p. m., central time, July 20 3 R 958 Geneva, 111 arrived 9:00 p. m, central time. July 20 2 1069 Clinton', If arrived 1 :30 a. m , central time, July 21 jjj ft 1160 Cedar Ra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 July 1920

THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER I I Will ROGERS in ' ' II 1 "Jes' Call Me Jim" I I ) Goldwyn picture thai will warm the 22 l cockles of your hciirt- and tickle the tip of 3 1 ui- tunny bone With Will Rogers m the most delightful role he was 'er t ;i : THE LOVE STORY OF A BASHFUL MAN AND THE PRETTY MILLINER OF A BACKWOOES TOWN If Ogden Theatre WHY GO TO ALASKA? COME IN AND COOL ! A FIRST PHOTOGRAPH (TAKEN FROM SEAPLANE) I OF YACHT CUP RACE i . ' ' '. M ! 4 Copyright, Press Publishing Company, from Kndel & Herbrn NEW YORK This remarkable photograph of the first race (July 15) between Sir Thomas Lipton's shamrock IV (in fore-j ground) and the American cup defender Resolute (upper) M-as taken 1 from a seaplane 250 feet above Lipton's yacht won the first race when fhe Resolute 'b throat halyard snapped. I I 'NERVIEST THIEF' ROBS THE COLUMBUS PRISON m COLUMBU8, O., July 22. Emmett mB C. Warner last nipht earned the title E "The nerviest thief." He robbed t...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 July 1920

Bl I THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920. I SENATOR HARDING'S SPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE! 1 I Chairman Lodsc. Mcmbrr3 of the Notification Commute, Members of tho National Committee, Ladles and Gentlemen . Tho message- which you hne for mally convoyed brings to mo a reali zation of responsibility which Is not underestimated. It Is a ?upr-m.' t to Interpret the covenant of a Kreat political party, and nctlvltles'of which are 50 woven into the history of Oils republic, and a very sacred and solemn undertaking to utter 'bo faith and aspirations of tho many millions who adhere to that party. The party platform has charted the way, yet, somehow, we havo come to expect that interpretation which voice- the faith of nominees who m ist assume specific tasks. IvL-t mo understand clearlv f-om tho very beginning. 1 believe in party sponsorship in government I believe in party government as distinguished from personal government. Individual, dictatorial, autocratic or what not, ...

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