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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

H SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 25. 1920. THE OGDEN STANPAKP-fcXAMlINfcK 9 I Exidc Battery performance at the Indianapolis Motor Sweepstakes on Memorial Day will be recorded I) . a- "a perfect score." Seven of the ten cars finishing the race, including the winner, used Eide Batteries for ignition Ex ide Service will suoply you with a powerful, durable one! dependable battery for your car an Exide It will also give your present battery unpre judiced, expert attention, and make it 'ast as long as possible, until you are ready to replace it with an. Exidc the long-life battery. I m EXIDE fA Battery Station NBj " 2359 Hudson Avenue Phone 179 A ESSEX IS EASY I ONUS BILLS New Design Will Help to Avert ! Shortage of Fuel in This Country I "The average consumption of gaso- "ffiSQn line In the lnited State? during the S past year has ben more than 8,500,- IHb 000 gallons riailv ' Bays L. L Haines. manager of the Ogtien Motor Car com- V pany, local dealer in Hudson and Es- Bn sex cars. I, Jj "It has b...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

I 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1920. 1 II Maine Prospers As Thirsty "Tourists" j Flock to Wet Line l DRY 1 WET MAINE. CANADA I i ??-'S;l 1... : ""' ' zzicj"' -'- Tliis is the "T-lnr House" wbcrc thirsty ' Tourists" gather illfrlit l . They enter "Dry"i cross v r t the "Wet" i-id and conic out the "ir" Mdo tanked. IB LORRY A JACOBS N E . sinff Correspondent JACKMAN', Me., July -4. Booze IS flowing through Maine like water through a fire-hose. And. of course. It's Canada's faun because Canada grew so near u Maine. Maine is eclebratinf Its one hun dredth birthday this year and the cele bration seems likely tj continue for u long time unless the hootch m i -1 I in Canada gives out Maine prospers. Tourists are thick .as ants. They're eating the f oou grown on the farms and washing it down with Canadian hootch supplied by the natives What could he more: nearlv perfect? JACKMAN'S FIRST STOP ON DIM SIDE I sat on the veranda of Jackmans1 good hotel, "The Mens.- RIv...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

UiW I I HlIDDEM TlEASUSE I H Synopsis of Freviou Chapters. TIVIANT RENTON and Eddie Haerton, modern soldiers of for l tune, have been Rambling with Hubert Baxenter. a prosperous attorney, in his London apartments. After their departure late at night Renton returns to the house, murders Baxenter and hides the body on the roof While waiting for night to come ajjaln In order to make his escape, he finds in a desk a curious old yellowed document tolling of a mysterious chest left in the care of one of I Baxenter's ancestors by a French nobleman, the Marquis de Dartigny, of the Chateau Chauville. The chest has been handed down from one generation of Baxenters to another and carefully guarded in the hop 1 . that eome day Its rightful owner will be found. Renton decides to It1 . pose as the missing heir and claim the chest. o goes to France to M make some needful Inquiries about the Dartigny family. L (Continued from Lat Sunday) j CHAPTER IV. Writing the Will. H yT will be necessary to rel...

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

HHj xywijjMMtfflfWMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBFBBBBBBBB s, I Br I i Lfl Fif ? i m 1 1 kL B va tBka J ki a J Nj 1 kLaB y Fji 8 mb3 aCI 1 8 1 i kf ; ' ' ' ' : . I : " " i rv I (Con timica from Preceding rafjc) You aro right when you say the young must teach the old. I fear 1 had forgotten the maid. In a little while 1 will rejoin you. Henceforth I am in your hands and in G&i' pard's." And treading softly, (ho old no bleman crossed the room, bearing the little slepplng form in his arms It was past midnight when Rem? Perancourt was shown to his room, a small bedchamber In the eastern tower, which overlooked a planta tion of forest land showing black against the moon-bathed country side. Tho young man stood for a few moments leaning against tho framework of the window, drinking in the perfumed airs of the night. The troubled land of France lay sleeping; there was no sound savo the harsh croaking of some frogs In the marshy pools and a dog barking somewhere in the Ullage. It was all so peac...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

t FOR ""SALE ) Faj ljatc j U B W CANNADV Real K.-tHtn Insurance New strictly modern hrlck and ilUCCO: b.ingslo'?-. situated In nice locrllon on b 1Mb. House Ii.-i. fnm.icf, fireplace, herdwood floors end numerous built-in fontur, d. Price .' I PraCtctstly new four room cott.-ijr". Food locntlon. nl In flrt nsa condi Hon: hns iMliwmcnt, garage .nd chicken rem. Price $2foo. on easy terms. Six room hrlck hungnlnw. with half, - luflpm'-nt. alj.ialcd on U SCr of choice j hind with water right. Hm gwmge. chicken runs, fruit tree, etc. Price on lermn. E W, CANNADY 24S7 Hudson i i j w THE host huvs In Ogden In now mod em home, five. six and seven rooms. I 1 1 1 18866 BUYS four room frame houjc: Lty j acres Irind. all in good garden; water rlant i 1 seventh nd Qulney. $1000. Sec m. Gregg. 2S2 WfLthlJ Rton. Phono fflT'M. I BY NER Vow ' ' ' " brick houro with fom OCrCS of land Pour . ( room modem brick on car Kne. Call Wil li ' i odel ' ' before vom buy. I have mnny good OMU In cltv property a...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

74 TGPNIA RP EAiR- SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1920. gBBuHnonw " - V I GRID I Ml I I' GIVESPBDMISE Ogden High and Weber Ex V pected to Have Classy Eiev- i ens. in 1920 Field Gridiron stars of the Ogden hich I school and Weber Normal college i are awaiiinc the sound of the gone for the first practice for the 1920 season and from all Indications both institutions Will have first class loams In harness this fall King Football, recognized as America's greatest school sport, will enter his fifty-first year this fall, and predica lions are thai the ruler will F.ur pass the great record made during the 1919 season. At the Opdrn hlrJi school this fall a new mentor will hold the reins. B Carl "Stubby" Peterson termer dacb Bl at the Bint-ham high school, will be Hip new man Peterson during his h'ch school and college days was re garded as one of the greatest all T around athletes in the In H 1915 while a student at the East H Salt Lnl'.f high school Peterson w :. the unanimous choice for the qua...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 July 1920

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 July 1920

I Fiftieth Year-No. 1 OGDEN CITY, UTAH MONDAY EVENING, JULY 26, 1920. ' LAST EDITION 4 P. M. I . TRUNK MYSTERY NEARING SOLUTION 1 NUDE Ili'S I BOOK BELIEVED S MRSL LEROY MP Detroit Policeman Identifies V Clothing as Property of A Acquaintance J LINOTYPE OPERATOR M FURNISHES INFORMATION Alabama Man Believes Corpse Was Addressed to Him for Revenge J DETROIT. Mich., July 26.- Detroit JKi police believed today Hiat the mystery S surrounding the shipping of the un- H clad rind mutilated body of a woman l a trunk from this City to New York lB was near solution. JfejC Patrolman Leo Trumbull, of the lo ll cal police force, positively Identified clothing found in the trunk as belong X X t ing to Mrs. K Leroy. who lived early; if! in June at the Harper avenue apart- -VI imnt 1,-on, which the trunk was sent I .4 to New Vork. . .. f According to Patrolman Trumbull I ,nd his wife, who were acquainted fA with the Leroys, Mrs. L roj rormi rjy , i.s- was misj. Kith. Tin.' Jackson, I Btarkville, Mle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 July 1920

aa mm 2 THE UGDEN STANDARD-EXAM1NEK MONDAY EVENING. JULY 26, 1920. I Utah-Idaho Manager I Issues Statement on Company's Position IC. W Nlblcy, general manager of the l tah-ldaho Sugur company, li i u A . statement defining the compai position In the existing sugar situation. S l The statement follows. I Bali Lake City, Utah, .luh 24 l20. Tt) the .Stockholders of the Utah-Idaho Sugar company ! To bettor acquaint you with tho .rntus and of the alleged causes of tho pi oceedings between i he government and our company. I deem it proper to submit to you the following report i statement. In June, isii', a complaint was i t Washington before ibe federal trades commission In Inch It is i i ngcd Hint the Utah-Idaho Sugar (unpany and Amalgamated Sugar pmpany had entered into a conspiracy is stifle and suppress competition and , , o prevent smaller sugar companies In C,tah and Idaho from building and op erating sugar fai lories and had induc ed railroad companies not to serve i hem and banks ...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 July 1920

m MONDAY EVENING, JULY 26, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMIINLK 3 I THERE'S 1 WILL THERE IS AATTLE! i wenty-two Persons All Over United States Fight ?or Share of S3.00U000 in EDWARD M. THIERRY N E A Staff CorreaponJent WHEATON, III., July 26 The great American family drama, with features highly melodramatic. Is being unfolded Jk lu a courtroom h're. J v I'hr.T million didl.ns Is tlie stake. JO Tvv unt -two persons PcaUcred all over I 'tile country arc fighting for It. ft Ancient scandalfl family quarrels of, CO yearn ago. a millionaire's aecrei love I affair, o son half Indl.m. long-lost ( cousins and uncles. a missing inun captured by the Germans, a fortune; v.on in Australia's gold fields and dis-j uipatrd in globe wanderings the; ..van will case bristle with iil these pMtaculaE incidents ami ud venture! i READS LIK1S EL. it win take taree weeks probably :o present the mass of evidence, read ing like a dime novel, in the four ap-1 ptj.1 hearings Just opened in Dupage c )Unty appella...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 July 1920

Vp . u - i mmmmtHtU Ky.j 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING, JULY 26, 1920. mSSl lt--gB1gML.Llil MWWB IE 1 II I II I 1 i B e I .Ml ! I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY g Entered Second Class Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. Established 1870 H Member of the Audit Eureau of Circulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and 8ur day morning without a muzzle or a club. tJ Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH .7 f-ffifem ONE YEAR W.00 . . . .c3$gjgg?:i MEMBER THE, ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to tho use for republication ot any news credited to It not otherwlce credited in this paper and also the local nan published herein. I QUARRELS OVER TERRITORY. According to Frank II Simonds, the British and French art drawing apart in world policies, and already much friction has been created over the division of territory in Arabia, Syria and tho Holy Land. With statesmen of the ability of Lloyd u-orge an...

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. — 26 July 1920

IKBHIh'??1 5 'MtoAi , ESS!? MONDAY EVENING, JULY 26, 1920. THEOGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER a H I LOW and MARRIED LIFE) the noted author n i idah MGlone Gibson I HYPOCRISY. It was n Ioiik time after I reached my room before J was able to think coherently. Everything hart been so yvnnderful 6lnce the coming of John until now. and now my world had been broken Into pieces again. I had ohlj one comforting thought about It nil, and that was that I yyas glad to have John read Karl Shepard s letters. I had alva3 felt a little sting ot conn h-nri- In regard to them. I wanted him to know all Karl Shep ard's position and mine and, more than nil the rest, i wanted htm to Know about that queer chord of Inti macy which stretched between Karl Shepherd and me, by which we were enabled I more Imperfectly than he to translate ourselves to each other's side at will AN UNCANNY SITUATION. It was an unennny situation, and I y knew that John would not acknowledge ' in understanding of am thing of the Kind He w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 July 1920

6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING. JULY 26, 1920.) I s DIMD O S I g: Littlefield After Names of For mer Service Men Entitled 1 to Benefits Roundup of all former pervlee men PE who are entitled to vocational training PLl at the expense of the government PJ l through physical disability received PPPJ through, or traceable to military ser PPPJ I vice. Is now In full swing in ogden un PPH dcr the direction of J C. Littlefield, PPPJ field director of the service for this PPPJ district Mr. Littlefield announced to- PPPJ clay that all service men who believe B , they are entitled to vocational courses should get In touch with him lmmo PPV dlately In order that preparations PPH may be made for their entering school PPI PPP At a recent conference- in Denver. PPfl Mr. Littlefield was appointed as dlrec- tor for tho district including Weber. B Davis and Morgan counties, north V through Brujham City In Box Eldei county and the Coalville district In Summit county. Former service men I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 July 1920

3hH W I H -MONDAY EVENING, JULY 26. 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 H OGDEN CHAMBER JOINSU. S. BODY j Stilvvell Receives Word of Af filiation With Strong Com j mercial Organization Forma! notification was received to BH day by Secretary Btlhrel that the Os- dfn Chamber of Commerce has been f leeted to membership in the Chamber of Commerce of the United Mates Af filiation with the national chamber gives the Chamber of Commerce a voice in the activities and affairs of i'i that constantly growing business or ganisation which now numbers about 1,400 commercial and trade organ Isa- Closclv following its election to the national chomber the Ogden Chamber of Commerce will appoint a national councillor who will serve as a con necting link between the local organi zation and the national chamber at vv ashlngtOn. Hereafter when pedicles affecting bueineee are under discus sion bj the federal authorities. the Ogden Chamber of Commerce will have a chance to express itself. In as much as one...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 July 1920

THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING, JULY 26, 19Z0. I RUTH SMASHES OUT HOME RUMi Yanls Easily Trim Boston Ag gregation With 8-to-2 Score AMERICAN LEAGUE w. l. ret. Cleveland 60 31 JJ New York M 3 3 .681 Chicago 5 36 04 V?ashfngton J J? J? Si. Louts 4 2 Boston 39 48 448 Detroit 31 5o .MO Philadelphia 2' b 29.l STesterday's Results. At New York Boston 2. New York I At Cleveland Chicago 2. Cleveland k ' .t Washington Philadelphia 2, B Washington ; I Twin;, 'a Schedule. St. Louis at Detroit. Chicago at Cleveland Philadelphia nt Washington, Boaton at New York NEW YORK, July 26. New York easily defeated Boston here esterday. 8 to 2. Mays held the Hed Sox to lour hits, two of which were of the scratch variety. Ho; t pitched well ex cept In the fifth, when the Yankees got six hits, one of which was Babe Ruth's thirty-fifth home run. the ball going Into the lower iSjght Held stand Score; . H. . Boston 2 4 2 Niw York 8 11 1 Vatterles: Hoyt. Fortune and Wal ters; Mays and ltuel. . WASHI...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 July 1920

FOR SALE 1 TT' I Re! Ettttc juuu-uJ WHr'' SMITH-FLINDERS BH R. A. BtUndOTi City Dcpm tment !9H Thirteen room cement block. strictly MUmWMWMt modern, apartment house located close J mXWmmWm n on bench. $10,300. Terms. - H Seven room modern brick, close in cn I - HH mmWUkWl Two five room modern bricks on Tvn ' MmmWrnm -HHHH Two elRht-rnor.i modern brick houses, j H :IO In $4000 mid $4500. Terms. Tm l Fow room modern white brick, bar-l 9H lolnl. In mi.- sleeplriK porch, poo.1 hf.e I Tin: fir.M'.ANTV Mi ii:T' ; ' .f" ' I HB 13500 buys a five room modern brick ft H house, full basement. sleepliiB HBflfl porch. Inrfcc lot. chicken coops SiBLLVLa lectric ii.-l re.i 'iii chicken runs. rfKH ' fruit trees, nice lawn. In south pert ''f town. ol Washington ,! j THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO .H 16 Twenty fourth St. rhonc M0'j ' I FIVE room modem brick In select reel 'H dance district on bench, nt hftrgnin If Mt II taken Quick Can handle five passengei "H nuto ns part payment. Terms reosonn Die. 1 Cai...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 July 1920

I I Jones Shoe Store I Expert Here J-:' A specialist from Chicago I ' ', loaned to this store by j I Dr. Wm. M. SchoH I the rccodnized foot authority, is here now. He will be here only I K Today and Tomorrow so foot bothered people should lose no t V time in coming to sec him. B Examination and Advice 1 V Absolutely FREE f ( 3 This expert know5; all about feet t I He knows the famous Dr. Scholl (f r i i. v.th. of correction arni he I 'I j knows that f I 1 DC SchoH j H 1 Let Mm examine your f'Xit and g tell you what is the trouble. $h j cause and the way to quickly T correct iL Let him demonstrate i 3 on your own foot that you can J fin Foot Comfort j 8 imrned'atcly. You don't have to it ! "j. I wear "Ireaky" or k- o shoe, j jj The Dr Scholl plan is io give f j, i i loot comfort while you wear i the stylish, well fitting shoes I Ik, you like. All Welcome. J I I H Wo Jones n: . j 2461 Washington Ave. j Shoes for Men, Women and Children Rotarians to Contest H With Duiutli Trapshots fl ...

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