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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 July 1920

I FOR SALE I Real Estate . H PKOBREH A FOWLES BBBBHr n-Hl Estsle I;n Insurnnei t New flvt- room jttrirtiy modem brlcl H hunpnlow. built with iifwut nrrhltectur j denljtns. There Is n fire place, bullt-li H ' Murphy door hel. IronltiK bonrd. hard BBBBB WOOa .-" In fnrt everything possible H for homo. Price $6000 Terms. H 8oVtn room moiern hrlek hnme In ex BBBBS i llenf condition. I eltuMerl on hlchlv mWMmW Improved lot. SSxiC' Two prUM, drindv mnawM' Innn and shad. This Ik the l"sl valuf BBBBK oiislMe for 15200. Terms. Immediate B possession. H Practically new five room modern bun HpHF nlow lo nterl ne.ir BDCerT rail's Good KB.' lawns and shade. Trice 8Z750 Lssy H FROERER A- FOWLES BH 2403 Hudson Avenue. Phone 917 BY fJW ;;i:u .'m. room H painted and decorated, hot water heat. B, two bath, garage, large lot. Basy fnm. y 553 Twenty-seventh .tieet. Phone 117 M HOI ; BT OWNER Beautiful fix ...o.n mod J ern home, hardwood floors, built In fea J ture full i i-m Will be ompleted J In about...

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. — 28 July 1920

- ImI BmmmmS lMHHil - ta BBa jmm waMM H b nr I ' WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY ,920. llP gtjUtfoUjjamWgr I I FARMER NABS THIEFJN HOI Delivers Prisoner in Person to Jailer After Alleged At tempted Robbery i It 'if Med noises, the sound of deep breathing, mnvunnit of feet and the j Impact of body sgnln a wall, ar- : rompanled hv the slamming of the ! screen door a: the front of the pollc- Station, amused Desk Seraeant Barlow W'Uson from a swlv el chair at JA laat night. leaning on hU desk and peer ing through the opening In the grating which aeparataa hla office from the remainder of the rom. he ur a bur ly man. dragging another man. not so imrlv. b) !h a-r iff of hla neck " Entering the room, he big man. who proved to be Christian Ilnuwhul. of Veat Thirty-third street, hurled hla -J prisoner -clear across the roon. I i ir burglar." he shouted, end fol- i lowed hla Initial outburst by explain - Jng the clrcumatanrr surrounding 1 the rapture of hla prisoner It. gad Mm. Bouwhul had been t J i...

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. — 29 July 1920

I 1 fiftieth Year-No. iM Price Five cent. OGDENCITY, UTAH THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 29, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. mT. i 0 MAIL PLANES LEAVE N. Y. FOR PACIFIC 1 NEW TWIST GIVEN TRUNK MYSTERY S ALL METAL SKY ;f CRUISERS WILL IANOJN UTAH Planes Piloted by Expert Avia- tors Will Lay Out Regular 1 Route f. 3l THROUGH SERVICE TO ! BE BEGUN SEPTEMBER 1 I Establishment of Regular Ser-I vice Will Cut Down Letter I Time One Half NEW YORK July 29. Three all -'JrIB metal monoplanes carrying tho first' transcontinental aerial mail, left the. ffiS J flvlng field at Central Park, L. I . atj ' 1S 10:08 'c,ock today fr San irrancl-5CO'J Eleven airpianoB eocui wu ii.v " continental planes in a flight over 5 19 New York before the Jump westward A on the pithtlndmg trip to establish an aerial mall route between here and ,iH the Pacific Coast. fhe monoplanes carried letters from LI the mavor of New York to the mayors of San" Francisco and other cities M, Ki0ng the route, which will follow In 'CU general that...

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. — 29 July 1920

THL UCLH 1 ANUAKU-LXAMINLR THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 29 1920- Compare This With Any Other J : Car j .Chevrolet "4 90" models are the I lowest priced, fully equipped cars j! in the world. ,' rherrolet '4 If models averts 2S miles to a gallon of j.as. with other ciprnfr inriuurg i.ftv ttO and r pairs, proportionately Jow. ' , 1 If you want at. economical car. one that will save ou monev and still I furnish all the advantages of more j eipenalve cats. then v;,t ojr mol j "how rooms snd examine the hand j soma fheroe mod 1 on dlpla j 'his week. 1 OGOEN MOTOR CAR CO. t REPORTS FINDING OF MAYFLOWER Hull and Oaken Timbers of j Pilgrim Ship Said to Be Located in England saaBs! LOJCDON. July 29. Discoverv of the hull of the Btayflowei the hlp In whlrh the Pilgrim fatli'ie .. 1 America la claimed b Dr. Randal Har rla. chairman of the Kngliah speaking union, accordl' to the Dell) Mall Me will reveal details of the secret at a conference to be held at I'M mouth In September In the meantime, howeve...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 July 1920

1 I - STILL NEED FOR f mm UTAH Showers of Last Week Bene ficial But Farmers Hope for More Although the bowers i'st week were beneficial to crops In nil parts of the state, there Is still a need for rain' even on Irrigated crops, according to I the weekly weather, crop rind range; conditions report issued yesterday byi J. Cecil Alter, In charge of the Salt J-nkc office of the United States voather bureau. The complete report follows. Temperatures hue averaged slightly nbove the sensonnl this week, and the showers of Friday night were generally beneficial, though In many districts the amounts were smnll Tho 7 grazing conditions and some dry land crops were temporarlh Improved-' " 8 cream flow has continued to decline, and while primary water users are! will supplied, Forrte lat a maturing' k will require more ram There is stin n nccd for a good rain, even on lrrl j& Wr gated crops. The spring wheat crop i B developing only fairly well and cut- tinK has in gun in Iron county; the B...

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. — 29 July 1920

11 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER a PUBLISHING COMPANY aa M:end Oasa Mttr at th Pcnffic Ogdn, Utlh. Cstatliahad 1IW bcr of ths Audit Bureau of OlrcuUtion and the AajociaUd Press C An independent Newspaper, published every evening: and 8ur Ly moralng without a muxils or a club. Subscription in Advance CSt MONTH TS fT , osi vcap woo gBfey I MEMBER THE A880C1ATED PRESS I Tn Aoclatd Pr It cluaival entitiad to th ua for republication of ny rr ,i teaSlloSd la " ot othrie crtd ttd in this papr and al3 tha local v ojCI and nr'n. (THE AMERICAN AS A DYSPEPTIC Noting that Write Blanco Ibanez. the famous Spaniah novelist,! r.ns found much to prtkw and not a little to criticise in America, niter a visit of many month". th.- Pittsburg I)iMpatrh.ay other di tinjrmhed writers with n love of the Arjiericnii dollar, has mixed upraise and criticism on leaving our shares The Pittsburg paper ' I bane, qualifies, his compliments 1 rastintr a prophetie ev, to windward of the American stomach, with the refined conc...

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. — 29 July 1920

E3fi THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 29, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 5 f Ir KVEaisdMAR8Ifl)lIFEl Irj. the noted author Idah MgCHone Gibson 8 a, . f A i'M WITH ELIZABETH! MOKL- I I l IH For a moment I was too astonished B to bo angry whan I saw Elizabeth H Mor-land through the window. B "Welcome home, Katherlne, " she HB- called. In her high hard voice. "Come BH out as soon as you can, I am all attn- HlB gle to see John's baby He has told QH. mc so much about her.' HrH I eras putting on little Mary's hood H as she spoke and for a moment I fear- H ed that MUM Parker would notice with B what deliberation I proceeded. It HH s emed to me that 1 could not possibly B" greet that woman. I could not under- H Stand why John Gordon, knowing how H i felt about her. should put this lax Pl upon kH As It was. I let SfiBS Parker precede FH me with the baby In her arms and I s came In the rear of sundry "Red e'aps" 9 IsbbbW burdened with all our packages and Jt baby paraphernalia! Just In time to TaH h...

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. — 29 July 1920

BB 4 Egg UUUh.IV b I AMUAKU-tXAMlNER ru.mcn.v r,m, ..v ."La I OFFICER OF WHOLESALE COMPANY GIVEN GRUELLING EXAMINATION ' - BY CHIEF COUNSEL FOR HAMPTON With I N. Btraup of Palt I,ake. farmer Justice of the tupremt court of Ulah. na rhlrf counsel for the de fenee. a bitter battle is being watol In Judge A E. Pratt a dl laion of the district court to clear WgdteT M Hampton, former bookkeeper of th 3oIden Rule store of a chare of forg ery and embeIxlemen, I lamptOfl 1 enlarged In the complaint with having fU'ed In two two company ihfki for Mpountt totalling $20n' and to have deposited them In a local bank undn hi own nam ' An unusual numhr ( spectators nrr -tending the court sessions and ap parently great Intrres' u tieing taken in the eaj II -l sin MK.Ss Tenae attuatlona came this morning when H. Carllele Stevene. aecretnry of th Golden Rule Mercantile company and for the Johnion Siun panv. waa subjected t.. gruelling e m aminatlon by Judge Ptrmip The firet intimation that the uausl r...

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. — 29 July 1920

SHB THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 29, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER ' 7 I OGDEN I A. 10 PUrFQOTBALL 1 Team Will Be Organized for I Contest With Big Univer- sity Elevens That the Ogden Athletic asiorU EJh don will have one of the fastest teams PH In the field during the 1920 eunon BLjB is the prediction of Coach Lowell Ljfl Romney of the Utah Aggie. Kom- KH ney'a aggregation la acheuled to mix HlH with the local athletic cluh on the Hl local grounds November 6. This frame, H given promise of being one of real J i ompstitlon H Carl "Stubby" Teterson. recently, Hl named mentor for the Ogden high H school and rated as one of the great-j HHB est stars that ever represented the Aggies on the football field will wear H the colors of the local club In com-: 1 petition. Peterson win play either half-back or quarterback position. He waa all-state high school quarterback I 4.'.' itiii OlaerAann. former Ogden high Hjf school star, and one of the best bets' 91 fB in the state, will be ,on deck this...

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. — 29 July 1920

j 8 THE OGPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 29, 1920. I , TREWIONTDN Tfl I PLAY 0GDEK1TES Snappy Ball Game in Store at Lorin Farr Park Saturday Starting at 4 o'clock Saturday after- T noon, a battle roal will be staged nt B Lorln Farr park between Ofdn and B j Tr monton -Qarlan I teams In a regu- v lar iitur rum. H The Tremontonersr have a line-up ' H which Hill make the gn'en team ex-1 LLm tend themaelvea from the moment hi F "um pa" announce "play bill The line-up of thr teama will be H ogrlen Tremonton-Oarland. H French cf Holrr.strad ' H Butterfield 3b. ... Fltzpatrlck! H Myers .... I Hhultt as Burrov-s H Davidson 2b Kmc H Cole lb Lovett H Rtardon rf Leonard H The twlrlem have not trn iinnounc- H d as yt but Keogh. Christiansen and H Kllburn art ready for Tromonton nnd Shipley. Allen and Collins are In shape, La! to ,n route 'or f,'1'n H j These teams are now tied In the H league nnd It will be a battle to see H who will fo ahead of the mhrr H gin will hold the indica...

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. — 29 July 1920

l H Lawn Tennis Impressing Charms on World I Women Figure Prominently in Great Awakening to the Game's Many Attractions Sport , yfv Once Lightly Regarded Has 500,000 Devotees in This Country Alone and Is Still Leap- KHHpPHHH ing in Popularity Strongest Appeal Lies in Adaptability to Players of All Ages zjr HHShI K ifli III I I I t -r THAT is the appeal of lawn tennis? A "hat are the attractions of tlio -S Y sport that In leai than genera - M tlon have won for It at least 500.000 players fl In this country 'alone, transforming It from a Pttao once associated only with the wealthy laat as i sort namby-panr.by K time killer .'nio n popular, virile, athletic fl r activity which Is (rawing bv leaps and 1 H bounds In all stations of society 1HI The qucstior. cunnot ho unu -red .id. - 5M quately In a sentence or two There really i'3BB have been many element! that have entered iMjflflR li'to the astonishing development of lawn iHd tennis, but if there is arv one reason that jfiflEjp stands ...

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. — 29 July 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 29, 1920 I NATIONAL LEAGUE ' 1 W. L Pet L I Brooklyn 6 40 ' Cincinnati j Pittsburg 44 4: Mgw York 45 W flPrif 1 41 41 600 J at.' Louis 44 48 47 H tmsion 37 44 .fSl j Fhlladelphla . 1 .'3 411 Yesterday Result. At Boston i First mn Chicago 4. Boston I i Second gnmc i Chicago I. llC.f'on : At Brooklyn lnclnii.itl o. Brook tn At New York St. UuU 6. Now .J York 4 At Philadelphia First game) 1 Mttahurg I, Philadelphia 2 i.Von.1 I fame Pittsburg 4. Philadelphia &. TJnj' Schedule. I Chicago at Bogl 1 Cincinnati st Brooklyn. 4 St. I.oiji 11I New Fork I' -' Pittsburg si Phlladelplu 1. NEW YORK WINS M IN FOURTEENTH But Clubs Use Many Mound Men Attempting to Win ih Long Struggle B ' NEW YORK. July St. Now York H brtrn from si jresjlerdny to H In fourteen Innlngn The winning mn -was scored by singled. kkkkkm nt to second on H f.e and cam In After 1 uuug s hit to 111 star, i llir Cardinals drove Douglas from I ; box in the eighth, scoring thr...

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. — 29 July 1920

I FOR SALE" Real Estate f ' by OWNBR Modern well nuiu ' home In lir.it Icx-.Ttlon In It Si.ltuhle to rtaSJtS four smn.ll npn i t ments. 6iK Twentviourth. 3!)51 t? ;t i i : i ; i ' - v frame residence on Nob Hill, Sewer and loVwnlU. Good bum 13600. I Nice three room residence on Nol Hill, hot nnd rold water, lights, nd nice lnwn. SHOO. , RlKht room modern bilck rr-Klrlfnrr In south part of the city. NeSHy new, $4500. Esv term on either of thete. Call P. T B Sin,'' Air.y ItU POUR room modern, bnlll in features, Iatk Bleeping porch. r,rr hrilf bnemnt. 2Vi hlork- from Twent fifth street. $2mim. terms This, la :i Minn. Five room mndi'Tl. lorn I'd on Tnfnlv fourth flr'ot. lot 82x265 feCt, basement. sleeping l treli beautiful lawn nnd r-lvvic, rnv, (I street and water rlrnt $5000; tei inn. lave room modern eement hlork house, locnti (I on W .t Twenty-ninth. .lreet. A snap if toll n at once. I,cl uh show you these anil other pood buys thHt we hne. K. A Sunnier. Otv I ep,rtm"nt SMITH FLT.VI ...

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. — 29 July 1920

elif StattSarft-gsainnifr 2cfiSLuIiH I 1 i I " Vow; Playing at Utah WALLACE REID i in "The Dancin Fool" iTH rALI OF A JIGGER WHO PUT THE JAY IN L JAZZ I "Vcs" Tibbie bis came; Bickvrilli his mixtion. Bui the I goda had iven him (syncopated feet. Ono day he struck I New Yon. I His rtgllJatf jcb was brushing dust from Uncle Enoch's moth-eaten jug business. For a dollar a day and exper ience. Hi recrct sidr line was a "Pierre una la Pconie" dancw in Broadway 'i classiest cabaret. Fcr ?00 a week and the j love of a wonderful girl. Until one nisht ; A laughing piotnri v.ith a htart cu fold. See all the lnte;t steps and fads IB dancing and then Bebfl C tniela ma "Wi B l's j Own Jasz Bard. Scenario by Clara Genevieve Kennedy. And Big Two Reel Comedy cool a;d comfortable-always good show j i County's Light Case Before Commission A formal hearing may rrsult on ac tion taken b) Ye?, r county reeter j day In referring to the public ut III On commission of Utah a question of its contract with t...

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. — 30 July 1920

1 Flftietn YearNo. 195 Price Five cent, OGDEN CITY, UTAHFRID A Y E VENl!7Yo7920. LAST ED1T1QN--4 P. 1V1 1 1 I 1 1 I ALLIES PLACE LIMIT ON SOVIET PEACE TERMS I ENTENTE HAS I WEAPON BACK OF I NEB0TIST1S jK Several Nations to Be Set ! Upon Soviets Should Reels j 'Prove Hard to Handle HUNGARY EAGER TO CLASH WITH BOLSHEVIKI Defenders Putting All Strength 2 Behind Move to Prevent A Lemberg Falling PARIS, July 30 The limitation?" tilfl which Qrc.it Britain and France flflH would put upon soviet demands of H I'oland In the arranging of an armis- tlce are set forth In a notification IHl which has been dispatched to ihr Hfc Warsaw government by the British IroS and French governments, it wj;- ifbH learned here today Poland request- JB ed the views of Great Uritriln ar: M H France on possible armistice terms H nnd the governments at London and HI Paris have notified the Polish gov-J KH ernment that they will not permit! HH Poland td accept possible soviet arin- Iftl istlce demands involving: S...

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. — 30 July 1920

j 2 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 30. 1920 IMMENSELY popular just now I are th.ee Polo shirt. They re JL ideal for summer coolness and o practical and comfortable, for sport wear for tennis, for, olf. for motoring and for all ouUng occa sions We have them in fine madrases, and the better grades of Shantung. Habutai and Pongee silks, some wtih regular collars attached others with button down attached collirs. k FOREIGN AFFAIRS BEHIND ' CLOSED DOORS OPPOSED I POCATELO. Ida.. Jul) U The; ltsgne of nations Is not an inetru nrnl to pronioto petre. but an Instru ment which will preclpttntf war." as ertfd Senator Borah of Idaho. In an addreen hers last night On domestic rpatters which In any event, would not; mesn ruination Of M'tndehed. l)l6 p" me are at least oonaulted. but foreign mittera which mlffl.i rruli hi w.ir ;i re e'tled behind closed doors This. Iks id the senator. Is the secret cham ber policv which hna gu Id t- d ih.' ad ml nut ration. WAR DODGER FROM HILLS...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 July 1920

IB i Fox Trots One Steps I W I Catchy New Dances in Victor Records I 18675 All Star One-Step All Star Trio . 10-Inch Hy'n Dn Fox Trot All Star Trio I 3ia8 J 18677 Tiddle-Dee-Winks Billy Murray W3B 10-inch I Love the Land of Old Black Joe lllll 85c Billy Murray and Peerless Quartet I BjjtflB 16678 Love Nest Medley Fox Trot f iftlM ',r mch Jocepii C. Smith's Orcliestr Mail 65c A Young Man's Fancy Fox Tret Hg9 J c se f li C Smith's Orchestra L'a ( LjlSiSl 35G97 Gems from ''Apple Blossoms'' BM 12 inch Victor Light Opera Company H $1 35 Gems from "Irene'' Victor Light Opera Company MmW CHECK THE ONES YOU WANT AND SEND vJ Ullft YOUR ORDER IN TODAY. WE WILL SEE THAT YOU GET YOUR gj RECORDS PROMPTLY. A day oir; away j from the crowd ; Sflrl P 1 e a s a n t c o m -raffl pany, and the 051 at you mm vJm need for a jolly LYRIC MUSIC CO. rvj 2524 Washington Ave. J 1 M SUM W CASH box fjS GETS NEW NOTE MELBOURNE.- Treasury officials xiiV gave a now $100 note lo a m?n who Informed them he had swall...

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. — 30 July 1920

4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 30, 1920. II THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Cntcred t cn5 Cltti Matter it the Poetofflce. Ooden, UUh. g ttatl i ined sl Member of tha Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Pre An independent Newspaper, published avery evening and 8'in day morning without a muxiie or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH -ngpZ?.:., ONB VKA fa.OO iaJ MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ' Th MMClaMi P"t nciuiivrly entitled to the use for republication of "y new rreo'td ti . " othci-wiae credited in t' paper and alto the local ne oubi'ened herein. i SAYINGS OF CUR PRESIDENTS QwiDg over the savintrs of our prwidanti, the Dearborn fade pcnH-nt has extracted the following: Our firt prudent: "In time -f paaeC prepare for war;" the other: " lis our true policy t. st.rr altar f pormnnr-nt llians with an portion of the foreign world I The hfsl rrrnonih. n-l laying of John Atlnnis is hi famous I toft-.t. "Independence foreer ' Hia aon, John Qoine...

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. — 30 July 1920

I IliOVE and MARRIED LIFE! fcu, the noted author j Idah MSGione Gibson j I ELIZABETH SUBDUED I was almost surf, however, that I was mistaken In Charles, for when ho turned toward me, as again I repented "Charles, you may take us to the hotel." he showed a face am Impassive as It was respectful. He helped mo Into the lonneau, but I knew that I mm right when, Instead of helping ICll74lieth MorHand in, he made an XI use to be gathr ring up our parrel She, howcer. entered tin- motor after us, looking much i-ertiirbed "I wish T ebtlld pc-piTude you to come dp to trf" house, Krthcrine John will be psffsictly furious." "That need not worry you, Ella beth," i ansv.-i red i reetly 11". d be side I am not pure that John would not rather be with me at a hotel than nlone at the club, all the while know-: log that I am not particularly happy. either." Kllzabeth subsided after this, but phe almost had a Spasm when h; heard me say to Charlej as we drew UO to the hole!. "Go In and a.U the room cler...

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. — 30 July 1920

q THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 30, 1920. IRRIGATION DISTRICT INDORSED AT MEETING OF WATER USERS HERE I At a meeting held last night In the' federal building of the water storage Investigation committee, director of. Irrigation companies. Irrigation com j mltteemen and d'rectors of the Weber county farm bureau, the proposed Irrl j gstlon district was unanimously en-, dorsad after hearing reports from L. D. McKay, chairman of the commit , tee. A. T. Wright, secretary treasurer. A. F. Parker, etlaf engineer of water! storage Investigation. W. W. McLaugh lin, government engineer. Jame H Deus. president of the Weber county farm bureau, and representatives pre ent. McKAY MAKES REPORT. Mr. McKay gave a brief review of work accompllsned on the Inveatiga j tlons of water supply, filings made, water allotment and adjustments. His report showed that the land owners now control the filing on Magpie on tin- South Fork of Ogden r1vi for 26 000 sere feet; a power filing on the ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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