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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 July 1920

US FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER . 7 I ft OGDEN CADETS j RETURN TO CITY Party Under Lieutenant Everly Comes Home From Camp Kearny Eleven Ogden cadets In charge of T.lout Ronald Everly returned to Og den today from Ban Diego Cal., where have boon In training nt Camp Kearny with forty other high school ml college contingent Tha original party wu romposcd of II Ogdenites. Thos who returned to day "re. Elsmore Smith, John McCune. H Mike Rogers, Osrnr "onhy. Vnmon i MaUson, Jack Cumpton, Herlr: Adams, Grant Belna. Rnlph Ivlnixy, M iNirl Mi Furland Ed Swtnson, rind B Lieut. Ronald Ever-ly The remaining M members of the original party will I H Hfe tour southern California before re- H 1 turning home. flra The Ogden cadet and the Boise ca- H win- i ipr mnti-J aa one company H HHf at Camp Kearny. J t Lieut Everly will . in all probability 1o In charge of the cadets again dui - Hj lng the fall and spring seasons, uc- 1 H cording to school officials. His workjB thu...

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. — 30 July 1920

I Now Playing at Utah Jesse L.Lasky presents WALLACE QEID THE TALE OF A JIGGER WHO PUT THE JAY IN JAZZ "Vc:" Tibbie his name, Hicksvillc hia station. But the goda had given him syncopated feet. One day he struck New York His regular job was brushing dust from Uncle Enoch's moth-eaten jug business. For a dollar a day and exper ience. His secret side line was a Pierre and la Peonie" dancw in Broadway 's classiest cabaret. For $200 a week and the love of a wonderful girl. Until one night , A laughing picture with a heart of gold. See ell the latest steps and fads in dancing and then some! With Witching Bebe Daniels and "Wally" Raid's Own Jazz Band. Scenario by Clara Genevieve Kennedy And Big Two Reel Comedy COOL AND COMFORTABLE ALWAYS GOOD SHOW INATIDN LEAGUE j POWERS TESTED Machinery for Handling Dis putes of Non-members Is Being Tried Out WASIUNCT. N Jttlj ."50 A review of the Aland Island dispute bctaei-n Sweden and Plnland. now before th council of the league of nation, in session ...

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. — 30 July 1920

SWV M it I I I q3n mm f ink ' Cvwlosi of nidmppinis . I Little Baby Coughliii, the Ki Child. II I TV7"HEN' George H. Coughlin, of j 'Ac NblTistown, Pa , sang her thir- 1 , teen months' old'baby to sleep on fl the evening of June 2 last she little dreamed that she would never lav eyes on yH her child again that before morning JU dawned her son would have vanished as H completely as if the earth had opened and ''.Vm V swallowed him up .':J Yel this is exactly what happened MckB Som time during the night kidnappers climbed up a ladder and through the nursery window, lifted the sleeping boy from his crib and carried him away with 'I'sam! them From that moment all trace of lit- tie Blakeley Coughlin 1b lost 3:1 More than two months have gone by, ' iia ana sti" nis most eruel. most pathetic of -'53 family tragedies remains a mystery Encouraged by big rewards offered, de- itad tectives have scoured the length and .!t,fW breadth of the land Thousands of dollars df have been spent on the sea...

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. — 30 July 1920

iElsSl HtTi? mfai frfV bK; al bbbpwp bbbbsss HH 1 j- 4'jH&'u&raP?()BBBEHHIIII j 10 THE OGPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 30, 192U L COAST league"" m 1 Vtrnon SO "ft, J Halt Lake 670 l Angeles 54 .526 I flan Francisco 1 Portland . . &2 " H I Heettle S 1 Bacrajnento ,5-r 1 unl i .! en tenia) ' ReasaltS, S.ill Iwike S. V rrn n I MncrsmentoS. 'nklund 0. ! flan Frsnrlsro 2. Portland 3 ; Three-base Hits Win for Salt Lake I T ottthlt and outpla) cd the Ti. r- hare yesterdsy. winning by a seo- of S to I .' Triples wcrf the main reasons for j tin Bee victor) With the bases rhok- 1 T in the third spasm .Mulligan slam j s. A Batteries l.r.rrcn; nml Jenkins. B 1 o. Siwashes Continue J I to Defeat Angels I I SEATTLE. July 10. los Angeles) I igain ent down in defeat 1 1 the I hands of t he locals here - ri i i ! jr, t hr j I score being 7 to '-' Keating twirled I good ball for the Ansdn until the I fifth spasm When hp wax nicked for I four tun and six hits. I Score; R II K ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 July 1920

II FOR SALE Jvvwwr Real Estate BY OVNTR-Modem well built PB hom In hest lor t Ion In city Ih Suitable to mkr four small apart- monts 600 Twenty fourth. 3951 jjH r ) t i : .;i-pwtv u t:t : r' B Five room modern brick on Twenty-first B street, close In This house Is well worth the money ami '-uii be bought on easy terms. $3700 EH Seven room modern on T went j fourth I street, has south front, hot water hent parage, newly painted and papered. 5-1750. flfe T' She gtj r; inty mortgage co "" Twenty-fourth SI Phonet ntw five room, su room end foui IH room bungalow 8016 Monroe. Phono : . v TT- i., , . v Hudson 1 Not I - I ' i . , NEW 1 1 m hous ct ment bnse- H ment. front :nd back porch $IS00 3227 , Plngrej jShfl is it HERE? Five room semi-modern HI frame reMdenre on Nob HIM. Sewer nnd wLJ sidewall HH Nice three roour residence on Noli TfWfM Hill, hot nnd cold water, lights, nnd nice lawn JH'". Eighl mom modern hriei; residence in 7": , , t Of the i V- terms on either of thC3C. Call S. S Sm...

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. — 30 July 1920

I ffiltp taithciirLi-iEvriiitiitr I ! FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 1920. W v,, vuiu OGDEN. UTAH ssi I MAKING PLANS I , FOR LABOR DAY Big Splurge to Be Made by Unions of Orjcien, Fea tured by Parade Bl I making the LasSOf j. lj observance one E 1 of the biggest eer lull !n the city, B I William A. rio:t Announced today. B He said that about 2000 men from g- B den union were to march B In the parade, while a nunilcr of busl- B neu concerns, together with farmer PBB throughout the county, nn'l rcprcnen- Bj . i of th l.r;i farm bureau, bad BBJ Imo been nskl to participate BBJ l Invitations to farm bur-.tiw to hnv BH 1 floats In th parade. upon which BBJ j choice produce of various localities BBJ I will 99 exhibited, hairs been extended BBj , nd It Is expt-ctrd that there will b as BBJ All unions. business ronrcrns. and BBJ I others who take ln In the parade BBJ I will prepare floats wherever tMo pnp- BBJ 1 urstlon of a float la feasible. BHJ I John (julnn h.is been named chair- BBl 1 nan In...

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. — 31 July 1920

BE j B 1 1 Fiftieth Year-No." Prio. Five onti OGDEN CITY, UTAH SATURDAEVENING, JULY 31, 192a ; LaST EDITION 4 P. M. 1 1 S ANY fOR IN ORESIN SHORT INE RECI i C V v v v v v v g V V V I Po&i m P : wb b Dim : mmd I! si chon P D 'eath f BOLSHEVIK ARMY ADVANCES TO 1 PRUSSIAN HUE Mjr Polish Morale Braced By Ar ' rival of Mission From Entente Nations. RFT' j PARIS. July 31 Bolshevik oavajry 9:M forces have advanced to the east k JM Prussian frontier, according 10 a re port from the French military mls- 6l0n n an on t Lh( Fr fich foreign if office The BolshelU line extends A fmm Suwalkl, 50 miles northwr si o Grodno, more than 60 miles to a point almost directly north ol Warsaw, fm The Bolshfvil-i h--.. n.i aclu.ill crossed the borders of Allensteln ana uB Manenwerder. but aie fraternizing. bKsS with the Germans. j MHH The mission sas it understands the tBI Germans and Bolshevik! ate negot- "VM iatlng at Suwalkl The northern wing i)SH .v... Rnlhvlk arm. is now menac- JflUB lng Warsasv di...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 31 July 1920

I E VOTE CAST FOR OPEN SHOP Chambers o Commerce in All Parts of Nation Endorse Industrial Platform. H,AJHI')T tS Jwlv 3i By an overwhelming Vote, member Att 'he ehsmber of rnmmrr of the I n tied states adopted n platform on Indus trial relation which de lare for the right r.f 'op'ri liop operation of the Industry and for making lnbor organl ratlon fh (.line as organisation of emploere legally rwspons.ble t others for their londuct and that of 'heir algonts Annwcrlnit wo i 1 .1 propositions the members held that strikes In i ub lie utilities should be forbidden by law and that tribunals ahould be at up with power to fix wage and working condition for emplovea of nidifies. The industrial relations platform whleh was Mibmltted to the referen dum of the oonatltuant of the cham bers In 12 section, upon each of whit h a separate vote was cast, was drawn up after President Wilson's firs' In dustrial conference Last fall, leading provision of th's pltfnrm I Include declaration the llmttatii...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 31 July 1920

It P SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 31, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARDjXAMINER 3 I I (LOW and MARRIED LIFE! 1 :l the noted author I i Idah Glone Gibson j 1 PI RfING N TM JOHN I ft (otmed to mo that I had hardly got settled before I hoard Alice s voice at the door. IH, "Oh. you ('.ir. you dear," she cried as she huggrd mo with an enthusiasm and affection I had never before. seen 9mj: In her I got down to the train Just ft' too late Tom made me promise that I would bring you .ill homo with me. Bj frr of course we both I; now that you K could not go to mother's under the Impossible circumstances. 1 do not K think I have ever sen Tom ho nnsry In his life as ho was this morning wh'!i. after I hed been over to moth or'a, I came beck and told him that i" ISUitabeth S&oreland who was pleas- antiy domlcll d in yottr rooms, had s t up two temporary bods a"mong all your . niliceilaneoun furniture and expected p : ou : ou were ready I to ito into your horn''1.' HOST DISGH I l i l L lit BIN I s's I ! had ...

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. — 31 July 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 31, 1920. THE STANDARD-EXAMINER J PUBLISHING COMPANY I - entered Second-Ctaa Matter at tha Poatofftce. OgfJen, Utah. EtaMihaS isvD Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Presi An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sue day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH f --fTV - ONI YEAR W.00 CVgaV'J l MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ( Tha Aaaociated Preaa la eacluaUely entitled to tha uaa for republication of any newa credited to It not othervlee credited in thla paper and alas tha local n puDManed herein. PAVED ROAD IN CANYON Prior to the oprninp f the bils on the paving of the road in Ogden canyon, the prevailing opinion was that the figure, would be nearer $50,000 than $40,000 a mile. Th. n fore th bid of the Moran company, vhioh is under $40,000 a mile, is a ple-aMng surprise, as it assures the beginning of work on this long-delayed project. The constructing of av modern r...

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. — 31 July 1920

Ex-Queen Sophie, Wife of the Deposed Kinfe S , , ., r1 dm Constantine, Who Leads the Hostility jr fcjilsSN ' 7 to Her Son's Peasant Bride. j j iSII N A IT A Y IM X&P ' Multi-Millionairess, j i If Greece Accepts if p-' . - wnZTk'u. I I HF H l"lclV "The terrible ex-Quccn Soplue, sister ot the fallen (jcrman Katact , Marriage of ! ' ' rtwr mi control of herself when her son ashed her to receive his j J y-V. - e m peasant bride and drove 'ier from her presence with an umbrella. g-K-' wing Alexander j j a Queen Despised ' ivf f' ':- 'M I III IT1 ? f KiV ' L 1 5" 3 1 in His Present j ( by Luropes Z&mSL n - ,.: . 4 , . Ijj w r . fjsC ' . SJ ";' 5aro to faco me when 1 fl Royalties; If His C MijsWfttofO ( r,:: U ; order ou stripped J He Will Have a Legal jjjf. j'' I 1 U 1 PARIS, June 16 tER has a King been placed in a j more distressing predicament than young King Alexander of Greece I through his romantic marriage to a humbly born, non-royal but beautiful wife of peas 3 ant origin 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. — 31 July 1920

em B THE PC PEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 31, 1920. I J TRIS SPEAKER STILLOH TOP Ruth Continues to Be Sensa tion of League in Home Run Hitting. , CHICAGO. July II Barging a hit a day U keeplnc Trls Sr.c.iKer. man ager of the Cleveland Americans, on top of the heap In the race for the American league hatting champion ship Speaker, according to averages re leased today, wtdcred the gap be tween himself and George Water, St. I Louie atar. Speaker la batting 411. while Staler in second place fell off t' 39a. Joe Jackson of Chicago is trail ing In third place with .396, while "Babe" Kuth of New Vork la fourth With .13. Ths averages Include I Wednesday's gamea. In hla laat wrtn gamca Speaker' crashed out eight hits, whllo the boat Staler could ilo wua four In five , gamea. Speaker cx..llj Slater In ex-' tra baa hitting, having aeven hom ers, seven triples and 3 1 base hits to his credit. In home-run hitting Kuth con- tlnues to be the sensation of the league with a total of ...

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. — 31 July 1920

H SATURDAY KVKINHNU, JULY 31, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 I t a. ! FOR SALE j L--- --Rcai ta"" i JTV OWNER Modern welt built homo In UM lorntlon In city. Suitable to mkc Tour uninll opart ment. 600 Twenty-fourth. MSI 4 room bungalow. ?" Ins; r- r. h li-ir.i voi-xl floor, luice lot. An excellent buy at 40('0 Terms N500 buya an excellent 7 room house in I choice location. p Have auto to. sell or trade for Ogden property . $4M0 bujn B mom bungalow, modem except heu't. on bench. Kasy terms. 280-acre ranch In Idaho, to trade for Ok rlrn property Orle Interested In ranch property would do w. n to investigate THE fONTINKNTAL, m'lLIMNG. LOAN & FNVE&TMENT CO, 1 1 1 T i-.t fourth Si 8995 i-i i: n r .u mod. i n i-ivi: i" slilccl resi dence district on bench, a l bargain f takeji quick Can handle five passenger auto ns part payment Terms rpaeonaPI e. i ajj H.71 Twenty lourth St. "88 1 BY OWNER 5room modern brick home -SxPTT Iot r.Sxl32: good location. At 22t0 Madl JJ i FhE Q KRA...

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. — 31 July 1920

aw j SATURDAY EVFNING. JULY 3, is,. gttjj grfcmgtltt OCDF, m Mi . I f LAST TIME TODAY AT UTAH I 4 Ml WALLACE REID and BEBE DANIELS in I "The Dancin, Fool" SUNDAY THE HOUSE OF TOYS ' I STREET CaR IN I CRASH WITHVAN Motorman and Passengers Have N?rrow Escape in ! Friday Accident. , H A Washington avenue street car ' H J badly smashed In cuillaion with a Just before 0 o'clock hint night bc tween TWcnty-seventh ami Tvvcnt elfhth streets. The motorman and a number of passengers nutrowly scap fl ed serious Injury. The CU xvu C1"OWu- 1 p. I wltli nearly one hundred pasaen- i Iters who were returning to their 1 homes from tho business district. The. entire front of the cut was fcj smashed In and broken glu&a and splinters of wood flow In .ill 1 1 r c florin Hj Apmt from balllS badly shaken up no puseengera wer, injured. The rtreet Hi was blocked for some tlms. with nuto H j mohllej and realdOnta does b) Wh J rushed Into th- street Must of the j passengers rtnimtd their Journey HHjj homo...

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. — 1 August 1920

W I Fiftieth Year-No. 197 OGPEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 192a "PRICE FIVE CENTS M OGDEN MAN AMONG INJURED BROKEN WHEEL $ CAUSE OF SMASH larold R. Jackson, 3024 i Adams, Suffers Broken Leg Al in Short Line Wreck I BRIGHAM CITY WOMAN j AMONG THOSE INJURED j Farmer's Daughter, Eye Wit- ness of Derailment, De- I scribes Accident (By staff Correspondent -:BHB1 DOWNEY, Ida, July 31 lkc de-l railment of Oregon Short Line train ifwSjl No. 32 near Yenda, five miles south; Bfl ot Downey, at 6:3U iouay v. as MKSI caused by a iuu;e wueel o:. tn teo- Ijflf xLVJ uci oi U. P. eiuu.: -so. jiii. tnc lend- raftjawJ locomotive oi tne puatteixgei' u-uxn, WtB uci-oruing 10 1 vaults ot un investigation conuueted at tne act-no oi uiu wreck BB by railroad officials. : 1 nM No evidence oi lne rails having MB spread wai found bj me oinclals j H i.'i the ten cars m me train, only gfll : ii 1 1 1 1 o ii" private "i '- I fanlH 0. Mansou. superintendent ot ine ida-; I'l'Ln llM division oi in Oregon i...

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. — 1 August 1920

I p I (p When the Mercury's l V I s You swelter through a long, hot day -jtf with the mercury about to blow -jiBBl l VI the top off the themometer be cause It can't register above 102 ftsjPRa an( you notter ,nd hotter jnd 3flarsw crankier and crankier, and finally I aLnaLai y0U kno,v tnerc on'y ne thing gWaaBU thot ve yu Jnd that's IBs bbbs real honeet to-goodnen wim In the T b g outdoor plunge at the Canyon I Aw Sn, where the water it delightfully I r cool, stimulating. Invigorating. B U i Oh, man! 't'a the life! Y ' I I Aid you will be hungry when yell I i I get out such a healthy appetite. ' ' (a We'll have a dehcous lunch all 4xJ '-y (L ready for you. Take either the yellow hua or the Ogden Canyon car Bus leaves corner of Washington avenue and Twenty. fifth I atreet every hour from 12 noon until 11 p. m., en week days, and from 10 a. m. until 11 p. rr.., on Sundays. Canyon i car leaves the same corner every few m-nutee all day long. Dancing - - Refreshments I Ogden Canyon Sanita...

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. — 1 August 1920

SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 1, 1920- THE OGPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 3 j I critical comparison & ill W exacting house- M rvl wives have estab" - V' ;:C lishcd its superior- ' rK IjB : Cj ity f0r quality' F ' M M'l purity and flavor. N. ; ": our Grocers p, I Jifew H PARTICULARLY MADE I'jS-J . ' I FOR THE FINEST TRADE ClfcKiS A EM;. . V, L NELSON-RICKS j J I CREAMERY CO. I iwH i fl Wife Leaves Him; I Antone Asks Divorce Hfl Complaining that his wife refused SP to cook his meals, wash his clothing HM and discharge other duties of a mar- vfyi 1 i n. ' ntono yesterday Hd filed suit for divorce against Fay An- tone. In addition In theso charges, Mr. Antone allftges that his wife swore at him continually and at times ho - believed1 she associated v. 1th other I men. On May 14, Antone complains his wife left the Antone home and sljiee has continued to live apart. He asks for dissolution or the matrimonial ties. jThe couple was married In Pocutello, Idaho, October 2, 1918. Tho total loss of savin...

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. — 1 August 1920

4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 192U. In THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY entered at 8cond Clan Matter at the Poetofflce. Ooden, Utah. Established 1379 Member of tht 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 ONE MONTH . . isT ONE YEAR WOO .Cjjf.,. MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any newa credited to It not othervite credited In thia paper and alao the local ne L published herein. BABE AND OTHER KINGS With his daily triumphs there must eome to Babe Ruth, the home-run king, momenta of solemn reflection, f It must occur to liirn that in Other day! to eome tho charing stands will echo leei welcome sounds, Whntsn matter, Babe, lotin' ths old pep!" "Where's the old bat tin' eye. BabeT" "Ain't ymi got no more homo runs left, Bab'f" "Vnu 're slippin', Babe'...

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. — 1 August 1920

I SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 5 aBrM 1 CLARENCE AND THE GOVERNESS COME TO AN UNDERSTANDING Robert Adams as Clarence, Betty Murray as the governess, in Booth Tarking-ton's greatest comedy, "Clarence," at the Orpheum ; . tonigtt and Monday night. k Jgf NATION ON READJUSTMENT BASIS MARKET SHOWS Jpf tAM NEW YOKK, July 31. Events of ijf JM the week In Ihe financial tnarketu "H nocm to offer cumulative evidence thut W "x ,n'' country Is entering un another and ' Wpie-- more comprehensive phuse of jjost-bel-luni readjustment, (stocks experienced Jmi anothei period ol liquidation In which many popular Issues fell to the year's jyj-J lowest levels v. hlle I tilted Bt itea steel JVJkB rewiHterod Its minimum price for ul- f ' JjM most two years. 1 The setback extended to bonds, for tJKfH which tho early July Inquiry seemed HPD to have suddenly ceased Many pre- ratiH War )iigh-gr.iile railway and Industrial fwHflftl iBSUeS uf accepted ulue suffered also. kJVBI .M...

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. — 1 August 1920

; GUILTY BY JURY Youth Convicted on Forgery Charge to Be Sentenced Later After nearly six hour d 0 ; In the district court. The case was 1 ' completed at noon and until nearly 6 o'clock Hampton's fate hung In the i hands of the Jurors. Immediately fol- B I j lowing return of the verdict Htmp I ton wns taken to the rovinty Jill where I no will await sentence. DEF1 M AN r CALM. Hampton appeared apparently calm I when the Jury announced the verdict : which will probably send him to ths penitentiary. However, when later tak ' en Into the sheriff's offiee on hi way to his cell, It was evident that th youriK man Was uml'-r i i' iking gri l1 i fort to appear calm. The maximum punishment for for rery and embezzlement as provided by law Is twenty years, the minimum 1 being ono year In the state penlten- Humpton was found guilty of having I filled In and cashed a check for $30i I signed by the manager of the Golden I Rule store, while he was employ) I J by the company as bookkeeper 1 April. H...

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