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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 July 1920

S SATURDAY EVENING. JULY 24. 1920. THE QGDEN STANDARD -EXAMINER 3 I LOVE and MARRIED LIFE ! fcu, the noted author Idah MSGlone Gibson II TELL JOHN ABOVE KARL. 1 Mi. John, John, picas don't let's begin to quarrel over money You toll mc the other d?-- that you were never making' so much In your lire, and here you are quibbling over and fussing about $25 a week which I want to give to an expert to care for our child." John had the grace to look rather sheepishly at this Wftl. you know, Catherine. " ho said. 'I haven't told you that I have 1 . n dabbling In stocks a good deal lately and a haven't had the best of luck. I'ntll 1 recoup we will have to go J little Blow "John, wo never will recoup as long as you play the stock market You know I rather Imagined that you were Li dolnir that very thing Why do youj do It? Toil don't know the game. Why sit In with the oth-r fellow who has played It all his life? You see. dear, I am talking In your vernacu lar for I want you to look upon my advic...

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. — 24 July 1920

4 JHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 24, 1920. I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered M SecontTciass Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. Established 1170 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sou day morning without a muzr.e or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH -n jjfen ONE YEAR y.. W.00- .Br "member the associated press The Associated Prois l oxcluilvely entitled to the use for republication of any nsws credited to It not otherwise credited In Dill paper and alio the local nev published herein. I election and inauguration. Advocating Hint tin- .Into of o presidential election and inaugu ration be brought closer than November of one year and Marth of the following year, the officers of the American Bar Association have recommended thai a change be made as suggested, and an .-ast-ern paper, commenting on tin- subject, says The ailininistratn.il of a president who,...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 July 1920

I W r 6abyL fUji L I I h fiooo.oooG Si TLe Strange Fear Tkat Made EkBBlS l IL TT T 1 1 1 T7 Urmi1! P A Clever Little Caricature tier Kecklessly extravagant, ; 5t fGab iS Penurious, Caused Her . : . I Untimely Death and Forced ) I $i Her to Give Her Most ' iM'r? I Precious Possessions to tne ) I PARIS, June 30. "i-HE BfilO of pobr Gaby Deslys's jewels a for the benefit of the poor of Mar seilles is one of the strangest, most puzzling freaks of huraan behavior of our ml da- That a woman who was universally noted for her frivolity, her extravagance, her worldllnc-ss in shorn, should perform the utterly unworldly act of selling all her jewels for the unknown poor seems inex pllcable. These jewels were the greatest, pride, the greatest joy of her life of In f sensate extravagance, and yet she willed -jL'L sway the magnificent collection to help a lot of wretched, squalid, hopeless paupers The act Is entirely contrary to what one would expect In a person of her spectacu- lar career. The e...

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. — 24 July 1920

JIBSSSSSSSSSSSSassssssssssssssssssss1"BB1BBBiaJ THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 24, 1920 II I SPEAKER LEADS I LUGUEJH HITS 1 Sisler Second, Jackson Third With Babe Ruth as Home Run King CHICAGO, July 24. Driving out thirteen nils in eight pninos, Tns Pfepfl Speaker, manager of th-- Cleveland Americans, today is leading the race I I for. the batting championship of the Pfepfl American league with an average of Pfepfl 416. George Staler, star ft i-st baseman Pfepfl with St. Louis, the baiting leader a week ago, is second in the list with 40l. Joe Jackson of Chicago, is third Pfepfl Babe" Ruth, the home run king, Pfepfl boosted his average five points as a PjpH ifHUlt of cracking out thirteen hits, PjpH i.iciuding a quartette of home runs, PapH and is m fourth place with an aver- pfepfe ago oi 38 7. Ty Cobb, the Detroit star, PjpH signalized his icluin to the game With PspH a hitting drive thai boosted bis ttV- H orage from 818 to 3.11. papS PapH Hulh Us letting tin-...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 July 1920

aaaH bbbbbbbH !Sj SATURDAY EVENING. JULY 24, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 II FORSALE j ! Real Egfaltc T.-.-JT.-J THE hest buys in OcrVn In now mod irn hnmif, five, six .ind seven room.". inw. Phone MS S?35) BUYS four room frame house. 1 : -res lund. ll In (rcod garden; water right. 570 Be enth tragi LOT rfixl.32. a naiiciiln Corner Twenty .'venth and Qulr.cy. Jlfion. Sec Win Gregg. 2492 Wachir.gton. Phone 2737 M v: ' i.i hrlek hon- with four rre of bind Four room modern brlrk on ear line. Call 2971 nn v i iern . . '' See" TTTT before you buy. I have ninny good dcnls li itv propcrtv an: farms. H. Van Brnnk. j Thiil; fifth BY v:. n: Six room nod. rn hnc', j OWI I i iv commlMien, n v room modern bungalow. Phone 3232 M f ir. Monroe ' n . i jj ' i '.II M . I. in home five I.- i rooms, hath, pantiv. closet, sleeping porch, fruit trees, flowers. Harden Jail afternoons or evenings. 1330 Cnpltpl - ti . 1SI2 i iiV OWNER Bti etlj modern five room Ll I.Hek I. inflow. l.-,rce lot "lr' .m'...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 July 1920

miMWM'jmmw EMIMB MMa i" i1 'tiMli r it tTWW'i y fclrlw1 i MPHi Hies impsm1 ! ' wrz mmm bmbm I; " I Slip tniiih?tf&-iEYattttitr 1 SATURDAY EVENING. JULY 24, 1920. ZLZEZ OGDEN. UTAH , 4 I Utah Today Until Saturday night. The Emi ncnt dramatic actress Emmy Whelen In r "A Favor to I a Friend' A highly interesting melodrama 1 ' " . J.." ' P.osoo-' Fatty" Arsuckxx ' FAT ARBUCKLE I In his greatect comedy. Also Fo 1 News and the Salt Lake Tele gram's screen talent test of tin Ogden aspirants for movie fame filmed in City Park, July 5. Nc : raise in price. Utah Theatre COOL AND COMFORTABLE I Lights Elere Cut Off by Electrical Storm The elect rlal disturbance accom panying the storm of last night causeo trouble with the high tension lines 01 the Utah Power & Light companv The 130,000 volt lino between Salt Lake and Grace, Idaho, was out roi about twenty minutes, but the 4 4,non volt line between Salt Lake and Ogden was not In working order until after 1 o'clock this morning. Lights in...

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. — 25 July 1920

I jirrr: 7 for a ii rt'Jy i w SL ftttbfi&'tb' flip V5Httir v 51 Fifitieth Year-No. 190. OGDEN CITY7 UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 25719207" PRICE FIVE CENTS I I CLUES FOUND IN TRUNK MYSTERY L v V V V V V V V ? I ITERS LIKELY 1 10 RESULT li I ' IDENHION if a New York Express Man Fui fj-f rushes Police With Valu- able Evidence d NAME OF LE ROY IS I FIG U R: MG I J MYSTERY ' Detroit Police Get Busy Upon Receiving Phone Mes sage From N. Y. I NEW YORK, July 24. Clues ob- flBM tainod today from handwriting con- mPI tained in a series of letterr which kjflbJ passed between Ictroi1 and N (W York jHI ure expected to reveal the Identity of JHI the woman whose mutilated body was HhI found In a trunk here yesterday, po- 'flRfl lice Investigating the case announced J tonight. 'iSpSil letters were produced by An- gSR! drew J. Branlc, ;i local expressman fl Branlc .lso lold officials ol two South 'JL'M Americans foi whom he stored a trunk l; gVS in l'JlS, and one of whom later order- ' "M ed the t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

1 S9rW jSfBKr- El-jit wrl -if jyjtjMWj . 4 'S&'i9'VHI9u9Blll sr 1 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 192C. I Swan Interviews McKinley By O. A. Kenned Swan Swanson wanted letter vvrlt ten to the Hon. Secretary of the In terlor. It was in regard to grafting lands. I suggested that a man With I sheep on a thousand hills would do well to cultivate the local land iffi-i lals and that the honorable land I n.mmipsloner would probabh be the ; i . - 1 arbiter of his case. . ' Xothlng doing, ' said Swan I lng a number twelve shoe to ni dock "i never waste time on clerks and uiuler-strappers If you want to get I lick action go right to the main gUV, nn man it the top, and let htm call In the little fellers, if he wants to." I suggested that a secretin v of the H interior was of necessity a very busy. "Not loo busy to act on an impor-j tknt case like mine. Anyhow, what makes him busy" Why, lell.rs like me If I don t help keep him busy, feme other geezer will, so there yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

SUNPAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1920 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 3 GUUEHOPEN I RNNGEPRAGTIGE Troop B Starts Rifle Competi tion on Completed Grounds at North Ogden Today 1 Regular practice on the rifle range at North Ogden will be started this P morning by officers and men of Troop HH B, Utah national guard. The range H was abandoned during the war. but HH since then has been placed- In rcgu- la ti on H Captain W. E. ElndQiilst nlro an- fl nounccd last evening that Sergeant fl Peter V .'hrlstlansen and Private Basil B. Nelson will represent the ' H den troop on the state team of four officers and twelve men which will H .a take part during August in the na- . i. Hi i-ompi'tltK'n at jH k K f Outdoor 'inn with mounts and full S ' equl III take place oai h Tu BH day during the summer, Grounds1 L V on I he W HH s-mdrldge. HH A recruiting campaign to bring Ihc, VH troop s strength to eighty men will be j HH launched this week. Tho troop at K)W present has seventy men. Enlist- e.ich Tuesday eveni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

. , ... . VaVJ 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1920. THE STANDARD-EXAMINER 1 PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-ClasB M.itter nt the Postofflce, Oaden, Utah. Established 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press j An independent Newspaper, publishod every evening and Sun- !j day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance j ONE MONTH -rf-rfSfiSSSfclD ONE YEAR, $0.00 CjP j MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Prots I exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and alto the local net published herein. I WHAT IS A FAIR WAGE? A professor felt the pinch of poverty and wanted a hiplier salary. But he also wanted to be fair; and so he asked his wiser brethren what a fair wage Eor a professor was. One said "All that he ran pet " But that sounded grasping. Another put it differently, though perhaps the meaning was the same Economists, he said, .ir...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

BH SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1920. THE PC DEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 5 1 I j COX AND ROOSEVELT CALL ON PRESIDENT I KANSAS MINERS' I SlfpED Action Is Due Next Week Be cause of Fines Levied, Howat Declares " PITTSBURG. Kan., July 24 A ?jBl strike of the Kansas coal miners next SJj week Is. impending. Alexander How at, HBB president of the Kansas miners, ns- HbhSJ sorted today. He said the miners '" 'jj would start cleaning up the mines J Monday preparatory to a walkout Th 3 strike. It was explained, Will be In pro- jM test of tines levied against the miners l for refraining from working on Sat- . k It was Intimated at the headquarters of the KanM" inlin-rs today that at I Jjf least half of the miners of the district I 19 would he affected by the deduction I Ki from their pay today The miners jnH will be short $1 and $2 Some of them worked one Saturday in the last 'fiH two and others worked neither one ?JH Officials of the operators' organlza- njjB tlon say that the contract provides jK for ...

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. — 25 July 1920

aa THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 192a Is BEE HIVE GIRLS 1 PLAN PAGEANT Unt Mutuals of Three Stakes E Unite to Present Spectacle in Liberty Park g The Bie Hive phis' .-t:;e.int to be presented under thr direction of the 4 Weber. North Weber and Ocdcn stake I Mutual Improvement associations for their AuKUst rally at Liberty park is creating considerable interest. The .1 alms, symbols and fields of the Bee A Hive work will le r presented by the following characters Impersonated In costume by the Bee. Hive girls: Life, Girlhood, Faith, Knowledge, Health, Womanhood. Beauty, Work, Truth. Service, loy; the Bee Keepers, repre- Rented b Faith in Womanhood, Joy In Womanhood, Splendor In Woman hood and Serenity In Womanhood the ' various fields of religion, home, do mestic art, public service, health and out of doors. Group dancing repre senting the following symbols: The Fire Tree," "The lid Rose," "The Sunflower." will be featured bj ap proximately 200 girls. Three tab...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

H SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 25, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDAJID-EXAIVIER 7 ! I - GREEK TROOPS NKKEUHDIMG Under Cover of Own Fleet, Grecian Forces Advance on Turkish Rebeis ATHENS. July 24. (By the Associ ated Press Under a broiling un tempered bv Aegenlc breeze, the Inst detachments of Greek troops ar land ing at Ddeapatch The movement i covered by the Greek fleet. It is expected that the Rodosto column, which is already making thirty miles a day. will attack Ln1 Burgas, and. If aucceaaf ul. cut behind Jafar Tayar Br v. the Nationalist com mander at Kirk KHtse and prevent the eacapp of his regular troop? over the Bulgarian frontier Th Greeks fore see quirk victory but wish to capture Lfc " Jafar Tayar. who however, declares P I that he will never be lrikn altve. FRONTAL TTAi I Another column is proceeding to Keshan to support the frontal attack by the main body of troops along the Marltsa river against Adrlanople. It is hardly believed that the morals of the Turks is such as to duplicate their...

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. — 25 July 1920

1 3 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1920. 1J FATHER, SDNS' 1 OUTING ENDED Un Event in South Fork Canyon l Declared Great Success; Program Enjoyed W ith a Pioneer day program yester 4( dav afternoon at 4 o'clock, tho Fathers I and Sons' outing: in South Fork can yon was brought a close and the participants who have campcl for three davs in the canyon meadows Inft for tholr homes The event was en-! tlrelv successful and the rompers were, I loath to leave their !0ol location and I return to the i Ity after their days of pleasure of fishing, game?, sport, music and meetings. Fathers and sons in the Ogdcn slake took part in the encampment. Yesterday's program was featured by an address of President L W. -Shurtllff of the Weber stako Ad dresses were also made by Mayor Frank Francis, and Joseph Ririe, -late "1 auditor Invocation was given by Bishop Nathan Tanner and the bene diction by Bishop George PrownlnK. Mayor Francis told of the great benefits derived from out-do...

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. — 25 July 1920

HRi SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 9 LATE NEWS" IN THE WORLD OF SPORT RQMOHOFF HURT in mp meet Jack Harbertson of Ogden Wins Event: Motor Races Prove Highly Exciting H There was plenty of excitement on R yesterday's card nt Lagoon. Motor- H cycle races, In which the riders turned H the curves at top speed and skidded H dizzily In thMr attempt to hold or gain HH the lead, furnished t'ie bulk of the ex- IM m cltement and featured the program Ll which was crammed with Intense oc- tlon at all times. In the first motor ' ent, which was the fastest of the day. Al Ward, one of the best profes sionals In the west. won over Ray i v, k another Utah rider, who has V on many honors on the dirt tracks. Ward lode an Indian machine In this vent and Peck an Excelsior. BARBERT80N WINS Jack Hurbeitson. the Ogden wres tler, forced K. O. Homonoff of New j ork to ejult after nearly So minutes ot fust wie.vJmg In which Harbertson tin e..soi during nearly the entire period. Hom...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

aaal Wl I ahr tanbctrft-Examtnn1 OGDEN mAH 1 SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1920. OGDiN. u i Ati - I - CAMPING CHARGE VEXES TOURIST 1 South Fork Is Only Place in Utah Where Visitor Is t 4 Taxed, Officer Asserts With the decision of land owners :ilong the Pikes Peak highway to rharglng tourists for camping prtVJ- alonK the Provo river. South fWk canyon, near Ogden, Is now plae I j ... In the unfavorable position as tne f onlv canyon In Utah where charges ' are extracted of motorists who seoic rest in the cool places near the stream Tills, however. Is not true of the en tire canyon, hut of the lower portion, where beautiful camping sites are of fered and which motorists narturally select first. .Mini' Complaint have come to rip ilei and Salt Lake from motorists that j Oiey have established their camp I along I he stream and. after having V,een comfortably settled, have been Visited by owners of the land who de mand rent By the day or week. Fifty t nta i ' day la Bald t.. he the normal harge...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

H 5EC0ND SECTION OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 25. 1920. ' I HERE AND THERE IN THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY! I I Musical Comedy! Of Ogden Stake Assuming Form Play Based on Charming Fairy Tale Will Be Given Early in August Ogden show and comedy lovers are ; eagerly looking forward to tho prescn- I tatlon of tho musical comedy. 'Stone Leys. ' to be. glvn at the Orpheum the- j atre August f. and 6 nnd r tr.c aus plOM of ie Ogden slake board. From those who have had tho opportunity ' to attend one of the rehearsals, It has been asserted that Ogden audiences will be delighted with the comedy, the j bcene of which is luld In fairy land. , the story having been taken Lorn one " of Anderson's fairy tales. 4X Over one hundred characters are ; ftgja In the cast and both adults and chll- 1 WU dren will be attracted by the charm- j I lng princes and lovely princesses, a V fairy queen and numerous fairies 1 oth musical nnd dancing features are Included In the production, some of ! Kr?? the leadi...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 19?0, I - BrighanSocietyj il T- Tuesrtav evening the fish hatchcr.v rjT was Hie Kccn( of merry-m.iktnK n feasting srhan the itdlea of the Social Development dub entertained ihcir J husbands at h sumptuous canyon sup per. After supper the men entertained 1 ihelr wlv?s oroud the campflre by tell ing comic stottes ;i nd slnKinir. Mr O C .l-vcobsen cnterlaine.1 i hp crowd bi sinpinr Danish aons Those pres ent were Mr. and Mm. K C. Wright Ml and Mm W. W Knudson, Mr and Mr. Emerv Ke'!"" Mr mid Mm Ster ling Madseh. Mr and Mth Frank Eurl, Mr nn.i Mm Milton Jensen, Mr and Mrt lift I .arson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clll-fn-r .l,msen Mr. and Mm 0 C. Ja cbaen. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Knudson. i Mi nnd Mrs. N'orman Ivcrson Ml U Mrs Noble Flshburn, Mi -'"id Mrs. Carl Hansen. Mr ond Mrr Perry Pet ers Mi and Mr. Henr- FrOgle) Ml end Mrs. WUford And.iB..,. Mr and Mrs Orton Jensen. Mr and MM w H. Griffith, Mm Frank Siatter and Mrs Hovej of I.orrnn ' Mrs M,nnii .1...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

I : m ml gfSL Satin Turban Trimmed With Egyptian iffim Embroidery ADY DUFFXORDON. the famous "Lucie" cf London, tad foremost creator of fashions w tlie world, write etch wel the fashion article for thi newspaper, pre V Ji entm all that U newest and bet m styles for well-dressed women. Lady Dutf-Gordon's Paris establishment brings her mlo close touch with that centre ot fashion. Duff-Gordon's American establuhmenls are at Nos iL?? l9"' r,fry-,CVen,h "reel- Ncw York- No! I4UU Lake Shore Drive. Chicago. ! H ' H fcTTT'l ' k I 1 gj r III v';';v: , br j t. life ':' ' 'V V d 1 By Lady Duff-Gordon ("Lucile") YT'TER Is the timo for magnificence In dress. Summer is the period of flower "v like daintiness. Demure gowns mav he Been In either season, but they are particularly useful and appropriate for the hot mouths. The prime considerations of Summer attire art coolness and cleanness. Demureness is a quality quite in harmony with these. Demureness, in the general acceptance of the term, means ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1920.1 ii - 11 77ie Ogden Standard-Examiner j i AUTOMOBILE SECTION I 77ie Aasi Sedan For Comfort I Ralph Wilks, with bis vife and family of Panhandle, Texas, stopped off in Oc;.lcn one day this week to pay his respects to Manager P. J. 0 'Carroll of the Pacific Nash Motor Company He was driving a Nash Sedan car on his way home. ifter a drive through New Mexico, Arizona, California v.r.d Nevada, a distance of 40C0 raile3, carrying 00 pounds of baggage, having no trouble of any description the en tire way "There is no car like the sedan, especially the Nvsh Sedan, for overland travel " r:aid Mr. Wilks "It is cool and refreshing through the day and warm an I comfortable at night. This Nash Sedan has given us wonderful rervico and we will land back in the Panhandle m tip-top shape on schedule time." I Motor Life Offers ! New Signal Plans It Is adTlsable before passing an in tersection of streets, pays Motor Life; Magazine, to signal...

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