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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 July 1920

j&gf THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER Q I t3Sm - - -- - b J - - i- iL- . g . GAS SERVICE BRINGS KICKS Patrons of Company Say They Cannot Get Enough Pres sure to Cook The trouble clerk ot the office of the Utah Power & Ugrht company rhas been busy lately nnswcrlns: the telephone rails from patrons who complain about the condition of tiie fta service, and his Is not the only telephone that Is busy. Patrons he begun calling up The Standnrd-Rxnmlner and in strong terms declare the pressure is so low in the mains furnishing them that one Jet Is about ail they can light and In nine IT none of the jets could le lighted. L Mr A phyalclltn called the paper this morning .inl .-aid there was no break-' W fast cooked in his home on account' i of the gas failure. r The Standard-Kxamlner Is inform-1 d that the trouble has followed LOO pi eat an extension in the service in the city without adequate provision; to manufaeture increased quantities! of gas. The pape...

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. — 22 July 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920.' 5 Er ORE THE EOAf'D 0 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF WEBER COUNTV. IT.AH Order deslonatlng n.-tme ot the Irrigation; Dlitrlct and determining, listing .ind platting the, landi to be Included there in; and calling election of the ,ind own ar of sr.ld proposed Dl'trlct Jor tho purposo of determining whethr:' such district shall be crg.Tiiired .is sn tvrlg.v tlon dlitrlct and for the election of tnree dlrcctora thereof In the Matter -if Ihe Orp-.inl IS I in n aS Weber County Irrlrrntion District. Where!, on the 17th ilny of October. A. D. 1919. there was filed with Utll nnnrrl. a petition r,f the Honornrile Simon Homhcrfrer Governor of the Stnte of t'tnh. -tn'.lriR that It Is the purpose of the petitioner to organize en Irritation dis trict within Weber County In the State of T'tnh. comprising lands within snM oun tv which lire art out nrid loscrlh1 in tha snid petition and 'n the plat annexed thereto, under the provisions of Chnpt...

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. — 22 July 1920

1 THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920. IHt UODEIN b 1 AND ARD-EXAMINER n 1 LEGAL NOTICES I. (Continued from Preceding Page) W rod, thenre Eaat 80 rode these South 4 m r d .'hence Kast 360 roda , tberiee S r i 1 I fdl: theore Eaat 40 rod, theor South 24 I rods, thence Fast 1 ftV) rod. thence South 4 j! rod: (hence Et 80 rod to the place of be I At aald election there ahall b elected thre I dJrectora of and for the laid district, to h ' I aeh office for the term prrirrlbed hj" law I one from each of the aid thre dirision Ukf-MOf, hy th lard rniri of the whole dis I trlrt, and the following; named rompeten persona, each helnc 'he owner of landa with m th respartiv divisions of th aid Irri cation diatrict for which be ia named, am I 10 which watr haa been allotted by the aak order determining, listing; and platting uU I land, will be roted on at the (aid Iee I n for direetora of tb aid dutrict, to I wit : I Division Vo. 1 J I, RohoD of Tlain I iiT Weber conntr. Ctab . R T Rhe o! Pleaaant VU...

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. — 22 July 1920

aasl 12 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920. I VARIETY CARD I form 24 I Lagoon Race Track Will Be Scene of High Class Card K Romprtoff who is matched t rir(h with Jack Efarbcrtaon, igdcn mat marvel, in n hvst two in three full matcn, ai one of the featurea of the Port card, hat arrived in Ogdeh from the east .ind Is In tip-top shape. Karbsrtsbn, who is In training at A ellowstone national park. Is expect-' ed In ogden Friday for the match The winner of the Ingoon match will be pitted against Ad Saute,! In a match tc be staged during the early part of the fall. Warren Blnford wtf-i Ot the Santel-Harbertson match staged hf re last winter, will he the third man in the ring. Frank Clarke, aviator, will depart from los Angelas early tomorrow morning foi Ogden on in attempted r.on-stop flight Clarke will thrill 1 gdnltes nt the Lagoon truck 8atUT- day nfternoon various aviation stunts. One of (he big stunts to be pulled by Clarke will b wiiik walking, AVIng walking...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 July 1920

H THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920. THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 13 II FOR SALE j Rcai Etatr C'OXTIN'KNT L FUMI.PINO LOAN A INVESTMENT CO. IP Twrnt founti St. Fhonr .V $50 buys two room houne, cement Iviae ment on 50 foot lot: $Un rh. $2' monthly Inrludlnc lntre.t 100 h'lya nice three room cement bloeM horn. with furniture included Twins, $4000 buys four room irod'-m brl( K bunt low. hnrd weed floor "ni fireplncc. lot r.o h- 22fi f-t siooo cosh. S34 buys ' vcn room hrlck on Jnrknon wvenuc. 150 r;ih. $4500 buy seven room modrn brick on bench Sec im about NVtnl now home n m1, com Dieted j "'s lot 68x188. i bargain, c-omer Twenty reventh nnd Qulncy. SfOf'O Eta Win. Irrgg, 21S2 Wushlr.gton. Phone 2737 M ',"n down. Iinlnnrt rnonthl. will huy n p!x room modern house close In Immfdl at OS83lon. E. F. RrM z. 117 Rrrlen hini jlng "v in OWNER Nem ieven room modern brick hoUM With font i.cre of Und. FOur morn modern brick on ar line. Call 2071 V.M 1 PIVE room modern -i2c2 Wall si- n leforc yon h...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 July 1920

I THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 22. 1920. Wfj UWilM xWAUIHWU OC.DEN. UTAH I I Utah Today Until Saturday night, The Emi nent dramatic actress Emmy Whelen fl In H UA Favor to I c Friend" A highly interesting melodrama FAX ARBUCKLE In hia greatest comedy. Also Fox News and tho Salt Lake Tele grain's screen talent tost of the Ogden aspirants for movie fame filmed in" City Park, July 5 No raise in price - J Utah Theatre j COOL AND COMFORTABLE I PHI! QTfP le bull Dl UnL 10 C. E. Armstrong Establishment Loses $500 Worth of Pistols and Other Articles Marking the second robbery of a similar nature within three months, the C K. Armstrong sporting goods store, SOG Twenty-fifth street, was robbed last night. Revolvers, tartrlges binoculars and a leather grip, valued at over So arc missing. The robbers were juveniles it Is thought. The rear of the store was entered through an aperatur between Iron bars which is not wide "enough apart to admit an adult. An attempt had been made to break down the back do...

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. — 23 July 1920

I 1 Fiftieth Year-No. lis Pr.ce Five Cenu OGDEN CITY, UTAH FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 192oT " LAST EDITION 4 P. m7 H POLAND ASKS SOVIETS FOR ARMISTICE ! WIRELESS NOTE FOR PEACE SENT f TO RMPITAL Polish Outlook Appears More Menacing to Observers in ! London A BOLSHEVIKI ALREADY J 3 ON POLE TERRITORY New Cabinet Formed in War- . saw Hiiei HiniioiiiC riu posal Is Forwarded Pf WARSAW, .Tuly 22 (By the Asso ciated Press.) Pplaild has sent armis tice proposals direct to the soviet gov ernment at Moscow After these proposals had been dls-! patched by wireless at 2 p. ni. today by the national council ot defense, u. new coalition caltlnot was formed un-' dcr the premiership of M . Wltos.. The new cabinet has tne support of; the Sociullst parly M. Dutzenski, the head of the Socialists organisation , is the vi e premier. Aside fiom the two hanges, the cabinet remains the same. 1 Tho Polish message was short imd to the point. There was some delay in dispatching It. owing chiefly to hitches In th...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 July 1920

2 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 1920. I PIONEER DAY j I LorinFarrPark I I SATURDAY, JULY 24th. 1 Free Amusements for the Chil- 1 l dren and Free Dancing II in the Afternoon 1 I REGULAR DANCE 1 i IN THE EVENING Bring Your Picnic and Spend the Day in the Shade, Where it is 1 Cool and Refreshing I Honest Acfvertisfing "TjHIS is a topic we all hear now--a-day.i because so mary people aro in- clined to exnKKeratc Yet has any physician told you that wo claimed unreasonable remedial properties for Fletcher's Caotoria? Just uk them. Wc won't anr-w-jr it ourselves, we know what the answer will be. That it hasal! the virtues to-day that was claimed for it in its early days is to be found ;nit9 increased use. the recommendation by prominent physicicr.s, and our assurance that its standard will bo maintained. Imitations r.re t : be found in some stores and only because of the Cos toria that Mr. Fletcher created. But it ifl not the ger.vine Casloria that Mr. Fletcher Hones...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 July 1920

H FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 1920. . THE OGDEN STANDAKLV-fcXAMlNKK 3 19 Waterman Sso. AT tfilffi l Evershar? I Ideal JBMj iJnJvlfl L"d Fountain iOT J M r I PenC1'S pens I WwSL trrmJ 1 s!i" $2.50andup f W Z . and UP f ' Twenty fourth and Washington H KODAK I On the 24th. I With the Kodak in your pocket you're on f0 1 your way ready to snap the picture oppor- F H tunities of the day. p1 The big holiday of midsummer Pioneer day offers jSTSTV alluring prospect for the picture story. Nature is at A'Mr' 9 its best, EVERYWHERE in canyon or park, at lake WMX H or resort, the Kodak is invited as never before. In JtSBSSK the years to come, with thoughts of the long ago, HKfEii 1 I memories that will never die are those safely tucked gj$XE&2' , jj ; f o' y: ?. yj i I in the album. This is what the Kodak will do for KfaSilifflffiSr I you. Tlie autographic feature records the title at ' v-S ' a ! Load Up With Films ! I at Mclntyre's I B And Mail Us Your Films for the Better Kind of Developing,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 July 1920

I Erfl SisiHHBmmBBnCHIHII BBB5sBBaaaaefflH 1 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 1920. j I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered U Second Cist. Mattr at the Poatofflca, Ogdon, Utah. Eetabllahad 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. Subscription In Advance oni month -"niggfei ONE YEAR wsa. . . . sqgqp -MEMBER THE ASSOOIATED PRESS The Aaaoclated Preaa la exclualvely entitled to the uie Tor republication of any newt credited to It not otherwlso credited In thla paper and alio the local nci published herein. I NEW RAILROAD RATES. When the railmad rates asked Foi arc granl ' the cost of doing business in this country w ill be in reased by a Iaige per rout According to an eastern authority, the rates to be established will mean : An iuerease of 2i ier cent n all passenger fares An increase ofSQ per cent on all excess bagpape ra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 July 1920

ti LOVE and MARRIED IXFB bzj. the noted author i Idafr MgGloae Gibson j fl What In th- world did John meai by saying;, 'Til tel-gr.nph Ellzabetl HH Moreland." a.s he went out of th H door?" asked Ruth. Pfl "I am sure I don't know, except thai Elizabeth Is going to live with hh BH mother when vve go into the new hou H and he said something to me the othei nljrht to the effect that she was goina ta n directly. Perhayi he ws H afraid thru the would be there when H arrived." H "Would H matter much"" asked H Huth. "She certalulj would not be in BH vour rqpms." fl i , "That Is Jut exactly where she H would be." I thought but 1 did no: voico the thought. Instead 1 "aid. M Well. 1 suppose that John thlni.si It mm we awoop down with a nurae nnd u M. -W baby on Madame Gordon it Would be Hr.fl just aa wall not to have Elizabeth B H .Moreland there to see the flrewofka.- mm MW f Ituth kissed me good-by soon after RE jB and I sat down to work out for myself m H just what John did mean by sr ruli...

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. — 23 July 1920

6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 1920. I W II I I I : AHWMI W I. U. - I l.WII I Utah Today bbbbbbbbbbbb! I Until Saturday right The Erai Lwm nent drarr.atic actress Emmy Whelen I "A Favor to I a Friend" A highly interesting melodrama : ; Roscor Fatty Arbmckxx. FAT ARBUCKIE In his greatest comedy. Also Fox New3 and the Salt Lake Tele gram's screen talon t test of the Ogden assirar.tj for movie f;ime filmed in" City Park, July 5. No raise m price Utah Theatre I COOL AND COMFORTABLE I Woman Tells Poke Negro Snatched Purse Mrs. Mary E Billing. 273) Grant avenue, was robbed of t'. S3 141 nigra, shortly before 11 o'clock, when SH unknown man. described by Mrs fil ling as a negro, snatched her purse. Mrs Billing was on her way home. I It appeared, ana passe 1 the man In r front of a meant lot at 26S0 Grant avenue She eus he urned and lol lowed her bc-for. srjatchlnK her purse. Following th? theft, h ran ucrc-SS the vacant lot. she bald. I Ogden High Cadets 1 fWfl 1 I ...

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. — 23 July 1920

J " ' r- ' : '.-,; ' . : J'. '1 , T I I Bote's J H irockerI B S ST 1 A Li SLt I 5p p special reduced prices ; 1 ON OVERSTUFFED ROCKERS I 'f m in Leatherette and Real Leather M 2 $21.00 Rocker, slightly damaged $16.00 LI i $28.50 Rocker, slightly damaged $21.00 fsA - p $35.00 Rocker $28.00 d $21.00 Rocker $16.80 pj $65.00 Rocker $52.00 p J 3 $38.50 Rocker $30.80 (J j $28.50 Rocker $22.80 III $1 10.00 Rocker, real leather $80.00 j ,;fs SEE OUR NORTH WINDOW f: I I BOYLE I i FURNITURE CO. g Deserted Shortly After m Marriage, Wife Says Almost Immediately following their marriage horo In April, her husband V'-Jita deserted her and slnco has refused to live with her or pro lde her with '--s-or support, according to allegations i contained In a suit for divorce filed I this morning in the district court by :. -v ' J& Anne McFarland against. Lee A. M.-c- Farland, . The couple were mnrricd In the H county court house April 2, 192u Mrs J MacFarland complains that ever since "tM 1,10 ct'ron...

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. — 23 July 1920

TSBSBB8BiBj i i , j I El .' TOE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVLIN1NU, JULY 23, 1920. A I GALA CARD AT I LAGOJURM I Motor Races, Flying, Wres tling, and Other Events Fea tured on July 24 Program The stage la Pet for one of the greatest celebrations ever heid in Utah at -the Lagoon Race track tomorrow afternoon when famous motor riders: vie with Frank Clarko aviator, .and . Jack Harbert8on and K U Romonoffj complete a sport card for head-line honors. Harbertson and Romonoff will set tle the differences on the mat the I two men to wrestle best two in three I falls o a finish, the winner to be pit - J led against Ad Rnntel. Warren Binford, who reformed the Harbertson -Santcl contest here last w inter, hs been selected as the third i man in the padded circle. The motor races will see famous II tpoo.i artists in harness. Al Y;i-.l former amateur champion t-.f the world and rated as one of the world s greatest professionals, will be one of the chief contenders for honors. Ward Will ride...

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. — 23 July 1920

H FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 9 1 FATHER OF OGDEN I LAWYER, DEAD j Edward Dilworth Woolley. Known as 'Uncle Dee' Passes Away at Kanab Mfl L'dward Dilworth Woolley, father of mM Arthur Woolley of tins city, died Tuee- KH daj al bin home In Kanab. .Mr Woolley was affectlonateh IH known throughout the state ae "Uncle Dm." He was horn at Nauvoo. Ill-, G ars apo, .inrl n an Infant, was car lied acroat tin plains by his parents. In hi curly days he participated In the Indian troubles of th. southern purl of the state and endured the 1 ardshlpa which were then the lot of 1 1 the pioneers. He was u peace officer H 1 na a young roan and served hla com- 1 munltj in a number of different ca- f paeltles, He encased in business and, I operated ranches with success r-H As second president of the Kanab I -t;,k. of his church. Mr Woolley. ad-i IH ministered to a flock scattered widely B In the little V tailed sections of the, SB southern part of the state. He trav-, B...

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. — 23 July 1920

I 10 v 1HL UGUhlN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 1920. I LIGHT TRADING I IN HE STOCKS Prince Con. and Silver Shield Are Most Active Issues on Exchange Trading this morning on The Salt Lake Stock & kilning Bxchange was 1 very light, with Mi., general trend little downward. Prince ("on. and ri Shield were about the two most active stocks on the board, the former being Verj actively traded In as low as 26V4c, while the latter changed hands at 26 and 25 Vic, closing with 23!fec bid and 25c asked. -Beaver Copper sold at c, Colorado, Con brought 3VsC. Howell brought JJjc, Iron King went it t 14c Lehl Tin-; tlo was about the heaviest trader oi the day. 10.000 shares changing hands at 9c, New Qulnry sold at 5c. Eureka Bullion wont at 8 Vic, Sells sold at 6&c, Tlntic Standard was steady at $:;.3rl and Walker Mining sold at $3 -10. (Quotations tarnished oter prlvalir wire f J. A Upglc v lo., Ecclca Building.) Bid Ask Alta Con $ 05 '.06 Albion on 06 Vfe .08 Alta Tunnel 04 '...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 July 1920

rj FOR SALE k f Real Estate I I."T 66x181 8 bnrc.-ln Comer Tw.ni I ivnth anrl Qiur.ev, $1000. See WU I Gregg. 24S2 Wajihlrrton. Phono 2737-M :' , is I Vhi down. rmlanc, monthly, will luiv I lx room modern house, close In. Immed at ponlon. E F Brnts. 417 Ecclr building 37: BY OWNER New seven room 1 hrick house with four cres of land. Fou room modern brick on car line 'nil 2071 1 1 171 IIVl; room modem. 322 Wnll B m l-efore you buy. I have rnnny irool d "I In -ltv property am: farms. H Van Brank IQI Thirty fifth. -V77 BIX t.. '.1 nr-w modern bungalow lently finished, built In kitchen cabinet hook cases, etc . ncicened porche t.cmen basement, larce lot. Price J4750. ALFRED r STRATFORD, 2260 Washlnrton ve. , Phone f W or 2304 J BY OWNER Six room modern hrick ;4iiiii MCS Monri OWNER San commission, new HVi room modem bungalow. I'hone 3212 M U M'ii rot- avenue I i:Y 1 i M:i'- M.vl-rn linnv. live 1 B kl l.cih pinii'. losets. Um'Mm mt porch, fruit tr-ei. flowers garden a! 2M 1' Hfternoona o...

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. — 23 July 1920

QJlir laHiiarit-txainmrr b 1 l --M L Big workers from everywhere j arejf the same work clothes every time I i S JUTTING a hundred acres into garden truck j v sfes. working on a thirty-story skyscraper dashing I Ej JL along the rails in the cab of the Twentieth W I Z'" Century every one of these workers is doing a dif- fjK vjj I :Fj But when it comes to the best clothes for a man to gyff H I i wear on the job that is one thing they all agree on. xSr jfl B $ They've all tried a lot of overalls, but today they're V j I '' a" strong f r just, one brand. 77. cv a rucar I Jf - Like millions of other men (Hi big jobs yTJl W TVv 'i I XSsgl! , everywhere, they know that Blue Buckle fT J H OverAlls meet every test of every kind of (0 y !' i 1 work. That is the reason Blue Buckles are rlsr I ! I ''Piomng reaping no matter xchat the farm the blgffCSt Sclluig OVCTaUs 771 the World . j iP j II j corA- Blue Buckles arc 1he overalls to near . 1 I ,v(J jnj' " jsa23!, sdliS&7 ! (Signed: F.-cd McC...

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. — 24 July 1920

Br i I F.ftieth Year-No. iw" Pr.ce Five Cent. " OGDEN CITY, UTAH S ATURDA YVEINIgTULY 920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M. I I, Detroit Seeks Trunk Puzzle Solution n mm and I BURNING MARK IRISH STRUGGLE Catholic Club, Parochial House Wrecked at Dromore; Op ; ponents' Shops Burned BRITISH HESITATE ON ACTI0NT0BE TAKEN Rebels Claim Their System of Government is Working and Will Not Talk Peace , DROMORE. County Down. reland.J ' 3 juiy o4 The situation here nssum-j ijtM ed an ugly aspect last evening 'ollow- IGXl ing the disorders Thursday night In Bf which the house of a prominent Sinn '(JjjSS Felner was attacked and burned and IH shops belonging to nationalists were Jn In turn attacked and badly damaged. ( i i mllitarv reinforcements finally being AW sent to' aid the police The more ser-, Vs3 ious development occurred when a "ipl rrowd burned the Catholic club to the ground and badly wrecked the paroch- WW I la) house. When the police arrived on the TOM I scene of this outrage they were un- &...

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. — 24 July 1920

1 ' o THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 24, 1920. I FARMERS WOULD I DUSTBRQXERS National Organization Takes Steps to Do Away With the Middleman In Marketing M CHICAOO, July 24. Plans for o- operative marketing of grain and live -) and development of better mar ,i ng facilities were discussed hew 'l -i meeting of the American Farm Bureau Federation The organisation plant n perrna nent bureau in Chicago vested with authority to determine the best means 61 disposing of produce through CO- itive efforts This srould ellmln- speculation snd stabilise prices o consumer, speakers said. We plan to organise local gram interest in every State, so that the nroducprs will hae control of tnc f.'rnin until It reaches the manufic hirer," nld T R Howard, president of the federation This Is a rirht gainst the broker and the mlddle man.'' RFSK UCll WORK Seeretarj cf Agriculture Mereditn. w-ho was on hi way to Wr.shing'on, fold the deio.Tirc that the depart tyint of Agriculture was con...

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