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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 April 1920

l -H THE STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920 g j- t ARBOR DAY OBSERVED IN OGDEN WITH CLOSING OF PUBLIC OFFICES; TREES AND SHRUBBERY PLANTING GENERAL H Arbor day is being observed in Og- IH den wIth the closing of and jH county departments, nil offices of the, H government here and activities of tree fljH arid shrubbery planting. An inten.se H deluge of rain and hail shortly after H midnight and followed by cloudy and threatening weather this morning, rH failed to dampen tho spirits of thoKe kH who, were intent upon perpetu.it- BH 'ng the beauty of the city and sur- jl , rounding country through the planting 9 of trees and flowers. The schools and stores throughout the city did not close cloao and "business as usual" '.. was tho slogan in the downtown district-l& , Forest Service j Particularly active in tho planting ficii viiics iuuu) aic nvinva hit. ' government forestry service who left the city nearly for the hills to plant trees on the forest reserve. Hundreds, of oth...

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. — 15 April 1920

H ' 10 it mt THE STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920 . ll $5.00 j I places i J I Electric Cleaner 1E in your home jl Spring House Cleaning 8 has begun. Do awajr with j ' 1 drudgery. Let the Premier 1 I do it. Cheaper than brooms 1 1 I and will last a life time. It j cleans three ways. , SUCTION ! RUBBER BRUSH j REVOLVING BRISTLE BRUSH I Every Premier is fully B guaranteed. Let us demon- J ! straie this wonderful clean- ; I er in your home. No obliga- I j tion to buy. We love to ( I I demonstrate. t I Buy aVacuum Cleaner I from ELECTRIC .j Vacuum Cleaner Co. i I ,2422 Hudson Phone 236 6 I Businessmen and Committee C Chairman to Outline Policy j at Washington n V I H 0 WASHINGTON. April 15. Data, ' bearing on problems of the shipping 1 r. board In its operation of and disposi- , h I liori to private ownership of the gov- E .yl ernment's merchant marine was sub-Jr f: mltted today to business men of the IE country and chairmen of congros-! cj f j sional committees who began a two...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 April 1920

mmmmmmmmmm 'H L-M ' " ; THE STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920 if H j ' " ' ' ' IOgden Baseball Club Opens Season May IS I : GOOD IKR IS - BOXER'S FEATURE f 1 Leonard Credits His Success mU to His Manager, Billy Gib- H son:. Other Mit News, i mmm fll (By BENNY LEONARD) mmmmm '' A good manager is essential for a H boxer to win the championship. With- mmWmW out a shrewd pilot, it practically is mmmmmm impossible for a fisticuff performer to flH win the title. I know that Billy Olb- H son, my manager, is, in a largo meas- H ure, responsible for my success and it Hl was his excellent matchmaking that 1 brought me to tho top. MUM There is Billy Nolaa of San Fran- H Cisco. He brought out Battling Nel- Mil son and Willie Ritchie and both (HI achieved fame in the lightweight di- mi vision, each winning tlie title. Nolan Hpj was given credit for being one of the Hl t slirewdest managers in the game. Hl When Nolan fought Gans it was No- Bl, lan's strategy' that played an important Hft...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 April 1920

I I V2 " THE STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920 111 iiltS SHOWN ! IN STO LIST Active Selling Movement As 11 Money Rate Increases i After Advance :EW YORK. April 15 Contrary to expectations in many quarters, the nd vancc of tho Bank of England discount 1 1 rate exerted no perceptible adverse In flupnce over the stock market at the opening of today's session. .Dealings I were active and broad, oil3, secondary steels, equipments, motors and sugars resuming their leadership at gains of l to 3 point3. The few exceptitons to the further rise included several of the I investment rails. General Motors .and I preferred stock of tho Standard Oil company of New Jersey, which react ed probably on announcement of the capital issue. The riso was temporarily checked before the end of the first hous. Selling accompanied Pittsburg ad vices that the railroad strike was caus ing further suspension of shippings or-: den. Kail Issues reacted 1 to 3 points. JJa'llies soon followed when minor stee...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 April 1920

. THE STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920- ; 13 H rl FOR SALE Real Estate r.iJVJ FARMS FARMS LISTED TODAY 20 acres of the very best sandy lonm soil In the Clinton dis trict: 5 snares -writer Davis and Weber canal, oxcellent location, close to school, church, etc.. will sell quick. Sec us Im Whavo 90 acres of A-l hay land, closo to Davis and Webor canal, no alkali, nharcs water nnd other water JXliia is positively ono of the very best buys ve have over offerod for salo. $0500; terms. SMITH & FLINDERS CO. Over Commercial National DanK SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY On account of old ago (0 . yeori) I am offering for sale ono of the- beet -Jo aero farms In Burlcy county. Thlf . place a wcK Improved nnd In a hlrh state of cultua L?on. closo to .good school and "rcch0,n? good gravel road. Ono of the few coun trty homes with eUcra wod water P Iped to house and barn. $5000 wJhandle thl place For further Infonnatlon address box'5 caro Standard before Saturday morning . FROERER & FOWLES ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 April 1920

V tHURsPAv.APR,tl,,o Aft ftaitftarft-lxamtor . I : STATEMENT ON LIQUOR GIVEN I Former Commissioner Jones Says Most Intoxicants Went to Flu Patients Eclitor Standard-Examiner: As there hns been considerable said through the press about the reported ) disappearance of liquor from the po- lice station prior to January 5, I think i Jn justice to Chief Browning and his " lyl !, associated the citizens of Ogden city ; should know the truth of the matter j-' and then they can judge for them-t selves. I ' ' 5 j During the epidemic of the flu, (J. : 3 . Officer .Mr. Price and his associ- I Kle Cle upon Chief Browning and Tviyself and requested us to furnish the , p Hospitals, Logan, Malad and other cit ies in this part of the state,-with what liquor we had on hand and he said ,. j Jhat if our supply should run out to , . ;totify him at Salt Lake and he would f 2Lond up what we needed, as it was, 4jio policy of the government to as- ist in the relief of the sick. . Malad City and Logan both r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

Fi(tlelh YrNo. 92 ; Pr,cC f.v. c..u OGDENCITY, UTAH, FRIDAYEVENING, APRIL 16, 1920 LAST EDITION 4 RM. WOULD III IT ' BEE Mexico Asks Permission to , Send Troops Over Border Against Sonora dp SECEDERS TRY TO T V- GET SINALOA AID ?''' Rumors of Revolt in Other ft ; Provinces Continue to !: Reach Agua Piieta $3?" WASHINGTON, April 16. h " Mexico has asked psrmis- W sion from the United -States to ' move troops through Ameri- can territory so as to attack ' "6' the state of Sonora from the north. No action on the re- j . j. quest has yet besn taken. 1 , ". AGUA PRIETA. Sonora, April 16 l5 Sonora troops continued their march f. toward Culiacan. capital of the ad K joining state of Sinaloa today, accord 's! b ing to information given out at mili- tary headquarters here. , ijf y" Military authorities said that suc- & cess of Sonora troops in Sinaloa would give the seceding state the military ft -' power to successfully overcome any Jfi force President Carranza of Mexico L might send ag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

HUP ' I 2 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920. ? I iSix Railroads Refuse Outright to Deal With New Yar taetfs Union Railroad officials have ilirown down the gauntlet to their strik ing employes. ' Supported by the federal government's contention that the strike ; which tor the past week has partly demoralized the freight and pas . senger service of the country, was planned by radical agitators with ! ulterior motives, six railroads in Columbus, Ohio, have refused out-1 right to deal with the Yardmen's association, which is conducting, the strike in their territory. In New York, railroad executives warned the representatives of ' the railroad brotherhoods that they would be given until noon Satur i day to get their men back to work. If the strikers are not back by ! that time, the railway managers announced, they would open their books for a period of 24 hours to register men "acceptable" for re employment, reserving the right to refuse to reinstate those who by their action...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRTPAY, APRIL 16, 1920. 3 1 WILSON GALLS I LABOR BOARD I TOfGIZE Issues Demand as Soon as Word of Senate's Action Is Learned. H PALMER BELIEVES SITUATION IMPROVED Department Officials Canvass- ing Lists and Card-Indexing Names of All Radicals. WASHINGTON. April 16 Members Hl of the railway labor board whose noni- inations were confirmed today by the senate, were called, tonight by Presl dcnt Wilson to meet tomorrow and or Hl grinlze. Sonic of them are already In the city and provision has been made for their assembly at the headquarters of the railway administration. The president's call was issued as rnnn r5 wnvrl n'f llio rnntrs action . reached hini. Administration officials have felt that the board would prove an effective agency toward ending th? "outlaw" strike of railway men. The senate apparently shared this f l iew While sharp criticism of some of the nominations Is known to have i; been expressed again today, final ac- Hon was taken in an unusually br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

j ' 1 1 . 4 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920. - fl THE STANDARD-EXAMINER I PUBLISHING- COMPANY , Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah I ' ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press J An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. ' '. Subscription in Advance 1 One Month One Year $9-00 $ ' Q : MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credit-ed in this paper and also the local news published herein. I BOYS PUT TO DEATH. More distressing than the "Red" menace is the following" dis patch from Lancaster, Ohio, dated April 35: Police today were searching for five soldier boys who : last evening attacked Charles. Kncller, a lO-ycar-old.news- L boj-, bound him to a stake, pilod kindling and papers about ' him and after starting a fire, left him to his fate. :,) ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY, APRIL 16; 1920."' g tjlOVE and MARRIED LIFE! Tax the noted author . I I Idah MGlone Gibson j I' "Is that nil you wanted to see me about?" asked John when I told him I was well enough to hear my moth er's will read. ''Yes," I answered. I could see that he was annoyed nt finding Charles talking to me and that he had Jumped at the conclusion that Charles had old me that he had determined to arrange my business, if possible, without consulting mo, I did not tell John that I had heard what he said to Alice, of course, but I did want to exonerate Charles. I did not know Just how to do it. and finally. I de cided that I would not say anything about it. , : John rose rather abruptly and said, - ''You will probably have a very hard afternoon, Katherine, and so I think 1 had better let you be alone and rest until that time." Charles immediately rose with John and said: "Well, then, Katherine, I'll eee you, too, this afternoon." Kequested to be present. John looke...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

g , THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY. APRIL 1 6, 1 920. I REVOLT FEVER PISSING I ! Precautionary Measures Are Still Being Taken in Many i Parts of Empire , PARIS. April 16. (Havas.) The I danger of a new uprising against the Ebert government in Germany appar ently has passed for the time being, according to advices from Berlin to day. Strict precautionary measures are still being taken, however, the ad vices nay. Recent dispatches have reported' a grave situation in Pome-! rania with rumors of an Impending re-! IVOIU URGE GERMAN ACTION. I PARIS, April 16 Tho representa tives In Berlin of France. Great Rrit i ain, Italy and Belgium will join in a j warning that she must execute with ' out delay the disarmament and demob ! illzatlon" clauses of the peace treaty, according to present plans. It is understood that the charges d'affaires will also say to tho German government that in case tho insurrec tionary movement in Germany is not ' suppressed, tho allies may refuse fur , there deliverie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

i i , i r i. i i i. t ; " in,,, - . )M , THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920. ' 7 jH Kv I STATE AND JOAH NEWS" Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State IOGDENITETELLS 0FSM0PTI1 ' Joseph Scowcroft Again jon Stand in Federal Hearing at Salt Lake I SALT LAKE. April 1C Testimony of JoHcph Scowcroft of Ogden was again offcrod yesterday in the hear ing of the federal trade commission complaint against the Amalgamated Sugar company, of which, Mr. Scow croft Is vice-president, and the Utah Idaho Sugar compdny. The examina tion of Mr. Scowcroft was completed at yesterday's session, which was ad journod at.l o'clock because of the holiday. Tells of Option In his testimony Mr. Scowcroft told of an option the Amalgamated Sugar company now holds on the purchase of controlling Interest in the West Cache Sugar company from Ernest II. Woolloy. He related some of the Inci dents leading up to the obtaining of this option from the Eccles Interest and of the history of the West Cache c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

l I 8 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY, APRIL 16,1 920. I I". 'CIVIL WAR FOB i HljiENTj Forces of Rival Military Gov ernors Clash in Railroad Town i SHANGHAI, China, April 5. Seri-t ous disturbances have occurred in the; l province oC Honan and civil war is Im minent, according to advices received by Chinese offcinls here. The situa tion is the result of a chanpo of i tuchuns, or military governors In the province by the Poking government It was announced recently that Gcn , oral Wu Kwnn Heln, former inspector-general of the upper Yangtso pro vinces, had been appointed tuchun In f Honan (o succeed General Chao Ti. , Murmurs against the appointment were at once heardr and after open i threats had been voiced, by military I subordinate of the Honan incumbent, an open clash between troops of Gen eral Chao Ti and those of the ap pointees, General Wu, occurred at San Yang Chow, on the Peking-Hankow j railway General Wu's troops are scatiercd through then orthcrn part of I the province in a w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920. o I IH H in M . miniiMniii mi m nmrm ill- J7 If H OGDEN RIVER NEARLY FOUR FEET 1 Hv NORMAL; BANKS PATROLLED j V TO CLEAR CHANNEL OBSTRUCTIONS,! I. Although the waters of the Ogden ifc"Jvcr liavc risen to unusual height, Tclue to the heavy storms of the p.-nt jthroo days, there in little danger ofj overflowing; according to C. If. Mcx 'tin, supervisor of city streets. Tho river wall In tho northern section of ,thc city still allows for an addltliii.il Va'so of three foot of water, Mr. M-tr-tin said, and unless there Is a sudden rlse In temperature, which would re ' suit In the melting of tho snow on the foothills, coupled with a contlnuanco of heavy rain, thero wjll bo no flood ing over of the river In tho northern section. .Measurements taken this mormng by Mr. Martin show that the river has risen throe feet nine inches over t?.s normal flow, owing to 'the hevy Utormg. The measurement was ta!. -n ut tho Washington avenue bridge. , Patrol...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

r I 10 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 190. ' MENSEM PHJUSES I 1 HIS SUCCESSOR Former Ogdon Packing Plant 5 Head Retains Interests I E in Company . j . I S. S, Jcnson, former general mana ger, declared today he is much-jgrnti ; fy?d that the Ogden Packing & Provi- son company has succeeded in sccur- fug the services' as general manager of W i ' a man as' capable as what he believes ' ; Jumes Brenan to be. . .'Mr. Jensen says he has met Mr Brenan a number of times in Ogden 1 j ag well as in Donver and has a high I opinion of his ability and he predicts; j (hat with the additonal capital coming i into the business, Mr. Brenan will in a j short time be able to overcome the i present difficulties of the company and ! place it on a profitable footing and j iflso carry othef needed improvements ! ifl connection with the plant into exe- I cution. !" 7, Although Mr. Jensen has severed his I sjctive connections with the company. ' lie promised full support to Mr. -Drcn- I an in e...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

' : : : : ' ; 1 r , THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920. 1 ill 'I ilp m m. i i - iiiii i .JtHl aWMSJL'l ij.'iJ'i ' rf jm'uj&.i i . . M , L i ' ll , ilH II UTAH'S FINEST AND The Only Theatre From Omaha to San Francisco Booking the Selections of Th onlv fironmnf kIrII I LEADmG THEATRE PARAMOUNT, UNITED ARTISTS, REAL ART, ARTCRAFT, ARBUCKLE AND SENNETT PRODUCTIONS A af e pUce to ur I ALHAMBRA ar"3pa I 'yfay Ch 9.0 eye You ZVf " sunday J h cecl FP BPI "1 M Special HUSBAND DOING?" fEnJoy1 AU Ag6S 'THE ROUNDUP" . IAY . 'fr Oh, boy! for the 25th to 29th the double-barreled cannon of amusement. United Artists' release of Sen- "RED HOT DOLLARS" I frM - " ' fevj jsl nett's five-reel Ben Turpin comedy, "Down on the Farm," with Constance Binriey in ''The Stolen Kiss" an 1 every day from Sunday, April 25, to Thursday, April 29, excepting Tuesday evening, April 27, after Mack Sennett s Comedy j 6 p. m., the wrestling match, this program following. "GEE WHIZ" H jf jj THE CAMERA ALWAYS...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

J 1 ; 12 ; THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY. APRIL 16. 192G. i Poppy Day, April 17 ; IN FLANDERS FIELDS Z Bv Lieut. Col. John EeCrac. Canadian Expeditionary Forces l- . ' . . In Flanders fields the poppies grow -. Between thp crosses row on row, , . That mark our place, and in the sky j Tlie larks, still bravely singing, fly. . Scarce heard amid the guns below. ' .' '' ' ' ' : r:'? . ' ' f.Wo arc the dead. Short days ago jv. ' J i t'"' ' YVe lived, felt dawn, saw sunscPgloVp - & , ,. ' ' ' r. Loved' and were loved, an,l now avc lie F I -In Flanders fields. ! : T ' , ' Take up our quarrel with the foe! " ? I i rpQ yoiu j-ll0m faijn;r hands, we throw I - v The torch! Be yours to lift it high ! r - j , If ye break faith with us who die- ' !' AY c shall not sleep, though poppies "blow Tn Flanders fields. . jt ) MASS MEETWIXG Mayor Frank Francis is to preside .it a. mass meeting to bi held In the jOgdcn Tabernacle- tonight to sound public opinion on the halt day off, i plan for store cle...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY, PR1L 16; 1920. . :1 - is. - , I Jupiter Pluvius Halts Scheduled Track Meet am I llEiflElIES ON AGGIES' TEAM Coach Romney Expects Dee, j Falck and Belnap to Star in Track Glen Deo, Louis Falck anrl Belnap. former Opdon athletic stars are ex pected to be the main srlnps In the lntercollOfate track and field games In Utah as representatives of the Utah Asglcs according, to Coach wtm "Dick" Romney. Falck won a reputation' on the grid lron last fall by winning a place on j the all-star gridiron team. He was Jit unanimously named to fill the quar- mm'' terback position on the all-star col- rfL lege team in the Rockies. He Is a HRfp sprinter of exceptional worth. jjlSt;' Dc Is rated as one of the fastest p college sprinters in tho state and ft Coach Romney expects tho Ogden star to show class galore in the tilts w this spring. Dee and Falck will also ffe -f .bo members of the relay team. Wy Belnap, a former Weber Normal J r star Is one of the fids of the year ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

i 14 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920. H l i 1 - - - . . VilM AGTITHINS JIHi Salt Lake Exchange Has Re vival of Extended Interest I' J ".The trading today on the bait Lake Stock & Mining Exchange was a little more active than it has been for the past few days, with the upward tend ency existing in some of the issues, this" being most noticeable in Tintic Standard and Sells, Ihe former selling 1 up to 4.77 and closing strong withj this price bid for it. while the latter) opened at lS cents and advanced to j lo' cents, closing strong with 19 cents bid and 19 cents asked. Kure-j ka Bullion which has been very active for the past few days, changed hands this morning at 21 and 12fc cents. I Big Hill brought 11 cents, Beaver changed hands at 1-ViC Columbus Rex all sold at 61 cents, Daly West went a $-1.50. Keystone depreciated a trifle in value, it changing hands as low as ' ) 97 cents. Lchi Ttntlc was very acthc; at IS and 1SV cents. May Day brought j from o to -1 cents, ...

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