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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 August 1920

H r STJIVDAT MORNING. AUGUST 1, 1920. THE QGDEIN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 I We are not POLITICIANS I Ml WE HAVE a platform AND WE iik 9.. 365 days even jfl AND NOT j 1 1 1 NH JtJlM before election f . uji Afl IT WINS many VOTES OF commendation I AND THAT If h ', IW we are "reelected" MHsBSS i ,J season after season. OUR PLATFORM aMI fljl f send every HRHH ; J CUSTOMER an? j DEL I-G-H-T-E d CONSULT US ABOUT I YOUR NEXT SUIT I OWEN BENNETT, Prop On Hudson Ave by the Alhambra Theater HAIL MEASURING H SIX INCHES AROUND I FALLS IN WICHITA Hijflj WICHITA. Kan , July 31 ygMnl Hail, measuring six Inches In TfM circumference which was falling BJ here this evening for twenty mln- B utes. ruined automobile tops and kS' broke windows UU BOY SCOUTS AIDED IN BREAKING STRIKE B WARSAW, Ju!v 31 Boy SCOUtl act- H ed as conductors recently during a strike of municipal employe of War-iff- ' saw and whlcb affected the street car M i system owned by the city. Men vol- Hhb unteers from technical schools and Rt...

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. — 1 August 1920

3 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 1. 1920. i - . SALARY 75'A ? You'd say It couldn't be don, wouldn't youf And If we told you we could irrrease your in;ome 75 ij'l per cent you'd think It Just at preposterous. ,,k, , j However, thit Is exactly what we are doing for scores of people Increasing their Income 75 per cent. 0 When you let a bank loan your money you get 4 per ' "-.II c,nt for ' WhM yu ,et u ,04n your mone yu "et f 7 per cent. And there no increase in hazard, for our jj loans are secured by firat mortgage on high claai prop, j .rtl.s ( j ! 1 Invest your dollar where they work hardeat for you. Ij Let us show you how. Jj The GiiaraniHillorfAaAempanq U.L., ,. J OOOON rsegesioriB - tits M uTAM- yj ' - ' 11 wmmm& Illjj Many secrets you will find revealed in the green box of (X R Nadine Face Powder 8 R They are gecretj which every Q J woman woulJ solve secrets of q 3 personal charm. 'j 1 The secret of a rosc-petal com- 1 J plexion NADINE'S gih to O J womanh...

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. — 1 August 1920

m ' Hi SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 9 WT HNS HIT m mm 1 Yankees Lose to Browns; Tigers Beat Senators; ,i Athletics Finally Win 'jl CLEVELAND, O., July 31. lAiin-r- BBBBW lean ) Cleveland made li four straight Bff from Boston todnv, winning: 2 to I, BBBBBB The only hit mart? off Guy Morton 1 1 1 ' Af :h.-i Sfclnnis bounced oft Third Baa - .BBBBB man Gardner In the second Thou- JBJ sands of fans begged the scorer iBBBBT rhnnge their dec ision and give Oard- Wj ner an error and Morton a no-hit 3 BBBB (tame. Cleveland Punched five hits In I thi s?ci nd and third for two runs and Jm , i . .... I:.- .m'- her lilt ofr Jioi- H ... Mi - i "'i BOBBF by Vitt, Foster s Infield out and j 'ivV l ". lid pitch. f bT BBBbH loo noo ooo l BBVBBj Cleveland ; oil Ooo 000 2 6 0 1 HBBJ Jonei and Walters: Morton and j BlflYflYi ST. LQUIS July 81. (American. ) BBBBBJ -St. Louis pounded four pitehers and BBBBBJ won from New York 13 to S. hi I BBBBBJ deciding game of n series-of...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 August 1920

SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1. 1920. , OGDEN. U l ah A play of today a picture every woman and girl should make it her business to see. NOW PLAYING AT UTAH . Is your ftnstiabd I FOREST HRES FEW THIS YEAR Federal Service Has Small Ex penditure Thus Far in Fighting C!azes 1 While last year, because of Intense dryness rMUltod in 1 record fire on for the for st service, the record jl in outlay of money for flubtlng fires being reached. .1 rc"!l In the other H.J extreme Is expected this season, ac H'i cording to Information received yes- HJ tii Hfl J. B. Scott, national fun st Inspec- tor, mi Id that fire fighting pemli turcs for this suason have I - Icet Hb than $600. Lest year, at thle tunc, an outlay of .1 million dollaix or DlOro Bj ' 1 1 HSj an effort to check forest flrea Three small fires, caused by Ught nlng. hnvo occurred on the Targhee Hh forest In the fourth district this year, Mr Bcott stated Electrical ilorma Bj caused the blast - 1 but cause of the alnnm i-m'IMuh- vvltli HB In t...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 August 1920

J SECOND SECTION OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1920. R HERE AND THERE IN THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY! i . . Patricia Healy i Guest of Honor f On Return Here Prettily Appointed Breakfast Is Given at Home on Jefferson Avenue .Miss ratrlcui Healy was the com plimented guest at a prettily appoint ed breaafasr given cdnesuay morn ing bv .Mrs. Patrick Healy and Mr. J- c Lvnch at the Healy nome, Jefferson avenue Mite Healj v Ti been attending school at Los Angeles ,'V-. md is passing the suinmei here frVgX The Healy home was artistically k decorated with summer flowers At 'B' 10 o'clock a perfectly r. paee.1 Menu Ml rast whs served. Tastefully combined I 'I with touches of ferns, a basket of F.P sweet i'c is formed the i - rpicce for i Ja the taole. The handle Of the basket wg- was tied with blue mallne. A kewplo doll Kowncd In maliUG ::Gicd a pious- W9' : J' ing eifect. Covers were laid for twelve fS UM guests these being Patricia flHf Mealy, LuCllle Kline, 'ihclina tccles,-, Juanit...

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. — 1 August 1920

2 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, !, j Society Dr. W, R Brown has returned ! his office after an absence of a fpw (rx eeke. I Mm James Bebat announces tbe marriage of hor daughter. Anna Bf -Knight to William ii Broeltaer. Th rfwmonv took place Wednesday July 28. with Bishop o. M Sanderson offi ciating i0 in on,; llmenl ! Mm Franklin W D Oiler, wife of the commander of the B American Legion, officers of the Scr- vice Star l-eglon Of I gd B Mrs. J. I". I Eldredge. Jr.. Mra. J. G. Falck and B Mrs. David Eecles entertained Friday I nfemoon a a trout and chicken dln I ner at the Hermitage hotel After an hour enjoably nll In BOCial chal ft illnner wu served In the apjclo II dining room of the hotel The presi dent, Mrs Eldredge. spoke I M words appropriate ( the occasion, welcoming the guaet In the name of the Service Star Legion. Mrs. J G. Kalrtc gave a toast to the near and associate relatives of United Stat 1 .1 service men. Mrs D'ollcr who Is tour- In the United t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 August 1920

This Comfortable : K Robe n Garment Is Georgette Crepe I Fashioned of Embroidered in Embroidered With V, Designs of Gold. The Sleeves Are Finished by : . j Tasslls8' ( 7 ADY DUFF-GORDON, the famous ' Lucile" i of Silver Beads. vBf M Wife !( of London, and foremost creator of fashions in W ' I lrc world, writes each week the fashion article I - for this newspaper, presenting all that is newest and j 1 ... best m styles for well-drcfscd wome.i. & MgSp5 Lady Duff-Gordon's Paris establishments bring , J ?j$t vv k her into close touch with that centre of fashion. k yi tj&Ep --dy Duff-Gordon's American establishments are I , at N'os. 37 and 39 West Fifty-seventh street. New I Yo-k and No. 1 400 ..Ac Shore Drive. Chicago. A Combination A ' of Lace and I . (JlhirFon, With a Bolero I of Silver Lace. i - y C lU'0 lotcnjatlonnl Feature Sci-vut; Inc. Great Britain Rights Rrrved By Laay uff -Gordon C LUCILE") WITH Spring comes "Spring fever" With midsummer come Justifi ably lazy days For...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 August 1920

I 1 4 THLUGLHlIN SrANDARD-EXAMlINLK SUNDAY MORiNlING, AUGUST 1, 1920. I iWPI)!, AUTOMOBILE SECTION lPPP I DEX B. ELLIS I INVENTS NEW I TIRGAUGE Automatically Registers Air Pressure in Auto Tire: De- vice Big Saving to Autoists. Then is always something new. Thousands of American are contm ually working for the betterment of I ho people as a whole. This is es peclally true in the line of new m ventions. U it waa not tor Seidell and the years of labor h- '.! I " perfecting "he combustible engine we would not now be enjoying the lux urious autos which arc to be seen by the thousands in every city and hamlet in this country, and all error H the world, as a matter ol Also, were it not lor the invention of the pneumatic lire, there would be no pleasure in riding in an automo bile This industry has grown from a wee statt to trunendooua propor lions 62.oOO.o00 tires being manufac tured In the United States last year And so far as can be ascertained, there Is no real substitute for an i air ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 August 1920

wE SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1920. THE QGDEN STANDARP-EXAMlINhK 9 1 I IP MOTOR FREIGHT NOW FEATURED Cost Per Mile Is More But De livery Is Faster, Say In general motor truck rales are looked upon as exceedingly high Sometime1; this may be true when Miry are compared with freight rates, but there are offsetting factors from Thlch It can bf argued that motor transportation in the final analysis Is actually cheaper than shipment by . rail. f For one thins there Is an elimina tion In many Instances of the costly packing that Is necessary' for pro tertlon in the case, of rail delivery Also there Is the cost of handling to be considered. In rail transporta tlon. except in the case of the large' manufacturing plants which have their own sidings and would, there fore, ship in carload lots, there has to be delivery of the freight or ex press to the railroad. There are. therefor, two handlings of the prod ucts concerned The loading at the factory and the unloading and load ing on the cars. Fu...

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

r i 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER . SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1920.1 I OTSlUlf" I BUDDIETO FARM I Ex-service Men Rapidly Tak ing Up Farming as a Life Training How jra gonna keep "cm down on i the Mmm With passenger cars. That's the answer of the Red Cross. LW tho Y. M C A . th Y. VV. C. A. nnd other social agencies which .ire trying to moke farm life so attractive that its young nu n won I make bee-line LWi tor Broadway as soon as they get the lirst pair of Iodk trousers The Rod Cross Is using one thousand Lm cars for rural nursing and home serv-! ice. This numher will Increase ,'s the work prows The Red Cross Is aiming to help local authorities in establishing health standards it la looking after LWm the Insurance and hack pay rights of LWi the returned soldier it is pushli LWi work In rural centers BO that the farm, boy will get the sam. degree of at-, LWA lent Ion as the man Horn the city, so LWl that farm life has the same sanitary Wm advantages of the city. In order to LWm rea...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 August 1920

I If I Synopsis of Previous Chapters. yTVTATU RENTON and Eddie Havertou, modern soldiers of fon f tune, (have been gambling with Hubert Baxentor. a prosperous attorney, in his London apartments. After their departure late at night Renton returns 1o tho houBO, murders Baxenter and hides the body on the roof. While waiting for night to come again in order to make his escape, he finds in a desk a curious old yellowed document telling of a mysterious chest left in the caro of one of Bnxenter's ancestors by a French nobleman, the Marquis Z- de Dartigny. of the Chateau Chauvllle. Tho chest has been handed down from one generation of Baxenters to another and! carefully guarded in the hope that some day its right ful owner will be found. Renton decides to pose as the missing heir and claim the chest He goes to Franre to make some needful inquiries about the Dartigny family. The story of the mysterious chest gos back to the troubled days of the French Revolution when the Marquis was staying ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 August 1920

"The chimney sweep, ascending through the tv;pdoor of f '" " "' Mmjjllk "' I an attic to right matters, noticed a curious shape " " ' : . , I H JPV , v,V : ,. K ! . i (Continued from Prcrcdtun Page) the windows and left tne ghostly room As the did so the old clerk stooped and picked up a small piece of folded paper. It was part of a I sheet of letter paper; the few words on the fragment were unimportant, and were evidently part of a score J of some card game. He slipped it Int-j the pocket of his greatcoat and left the house with Jowett I Whn Cantle entered Robert Bax- enter's office that gentleman was reading the telegram from Taris which had just arrived He was l Yisibly excited. I "What does it all mean, Cantle my cousin never reached the 'Mau- I know that, Mr. Robert," an swered the old clerk quietly and , told his tale. I The detective sent from the "Yard' to inquire into the disap pearance of Mr. Hubert Baxenter was rather a heavy official, and the ! "secret of Mortimer Terrac...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 August 1920

Ij FOR SALE j . Real jitatc . I pv OWN QR Modern rcll built homo in 'iphi l-ntion in city. BulUlbta Ui mnlcc lour nmall apnrt nx nU (00 Twcnt) fourth. III E. W. CANNADY mam Real Estate Insurance maM New slrictlv modern brick and ctucro l rmnralow. sltuet-rt in nice lO'v.tlon on fMmM m bench House hAS furnori-. fireplace, T lierdwood floors nnd numerous bllflt In tft Pmctlenlly new four room coilne JH, pood location, and in first class condl MMV' i garagi and i hlclu KP nm Price $2Snn. tn easy terms. mW'x Six room brick hungntoi. with half ' f basement, situated on t4 OCT of choice land with water riRht BU Sjras. tmmM chicken runs, fruit trees, etc. Price JtoOO. t' MA on term?. tWM, E W. CANN.W'V Alhamhm ThCtttn Ncjtl I 'oor B Kour room modern, built-in features. ji Ji Mucks from Twit.O -fifth street. i-M"'": KaS terms. This Is a snap 1 Five room modem located on Twenty- myM fourth street, lot &2x265 feet, basement. U Sleeping porch, beautiful lawn nnd shade T! paved street and w...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 August 1920

i- n THE OGDEN ST NDARD-EXAMINLK SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST .1, 1920. lt 1,, inr 1 MgMWIIMM p imi wii ii ii ii m iii i i i I cmicnm i . --J I NEVER M I SAYS LEONMIO Lightweight Champion Benny Lcon ard is entirely cured of the malady that seems to take all champions wlihln its grasp that of neglocttnn training for alleged easy victims. Tho litleholdcr received a cure that al most robbed him of his crown, when ho met Charlie White at Benton Har bor. Mich, July 5th. and now de dares he "ill nover again climb through the hempen strands to do battle unless he has worked faithfully at tho training stunt for at least two weeks. Benny worked only four days to get In shape for Charlie White, and In the fifth round White planted his famous left hook on Leonard s Jaw and tho champ went through tho ropes And Leonard is not the only one who is cured. His manager, Billy Glb son is cured too, and he makes the statement that Leonard will look to his condition in the future or seek another pilot. A stro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 August 1920

I l Sunday, August 1, 1920 f R a And MUTT Really Intended to Do It I H I b-9 It Took JEFF All Day to Do It - But He Did It. ! I 1 LET'5 RUN PoW T-o 1 f TERE'5 ALLKNDS OF S (5hNOT A S KltT" f"pARDON ME, 5TRANQfc, I JLNT,C C,TY r A DAV SWELL SKiRtS Down THFR.E VE Yet P0 Vouee T Swell I fc oLLWENEED,5 A fTH OUR WHITE PAIVTS ( TH.5,5AT ZrX'7a I ! WMITE PANT WE TMY WONT KNOW WHPJHEF s NOTHlN' Tb OO. I'M So V cH,- THAT'S ' J CnAN5L-EEP0NPER THE J - WE'RE MfLLlOVARES (Wl LONESOME I COULD KlSs VCHIP. Tfffi-. J " " 1 -v. f AW LGvrAE ) r s J ARRIVES -TOMO BWt WHAT tifA OO.N- 1 QTV You hto THAT'5 THE JUST TH6RE. j; "- rJ AND YX MUST I MARY -1 - -ITYYOUOUtHTTO Lu,pi. --n.frpr YoU'VE ONlY&OT N V TAEF(R5r T T GO ,N BATHING ANP ONE DAYTO G ET j f ' " L I J J ( , 1 r1 1 i 1 1 h n Oo-oo-ol A " ; I frS 1111-! NOW, You BIG-STIFF ' LOOK! i - 1 DON-TTOUCW TOp.THEF(P-5TTE ( T r KUerf """ V - -X YoU JUST WHERE 1 NOWCALL- I IV I C REP WANT YOU. NOW r YfS5 I'M YOURSEL.F" k J mS&& f ( " o G-ET PO...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 August 1920

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 August 1920

mF r WwM I ftP UK?' , Ambrose Qoes Bear I To CAT?RY AWAX WBMIBIIB I SEE tFTERES AY I ' ( J I sssws, I 6 - h j u. 1x3? I ' ll 1 I - ll : i V a S f J -H unit IN r- 1 THANK. YA KIN4l-V 7 r 1 AH VA BOATED rAV To,N1ELS I J NEARLY I AMf , H ' VZ - VS6Ta TE-AT S ta SAY THANK YA f iSl ) ' T-HftMK Y I ' CorrniOHT. 1B20. BY Kinq Features Syndicate. in ( 1 1 1 B

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 August 1920

r" 11 i. Bte i mm , i I AND HER NAME WAS MAUD f 1 i 1 i i VH FROM V atW MULE ' 1 n to HEE! - n J) HERE j f1 " " TthMj fcjP ' I jfffWP rf hold on1 p I l KU I9JO ' '''' 1 JH

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 August 1920

I nruir.h yx m OGDEN CITY, UTAH MONDAY EVENING TaUGUST 219207" LAST EDITION 4 P. M. I . I I , NEGOTIATIONS FOR ARMISTICE BEGUN LOWER CALIFORNIANS FEAR BATTLE ' STATES NEXT I TO BE ASKED TO RAISE RATES Nation's Transportation Sys tem Being Readjusted to New Schedule TRANSCONTINENTAL LINES ARE IN BETTER CONDITION Tariff Experts Working to Put New Rates Into Effect September 1 WASHINGTON Aug. 2. (By the Associated Press.) Readjustment of the whole nation's transportation sys tem was started toda with a view to putting into effect by September 1 the f i eight rat?, passenger, Pullman and excess baggage and milk rute Increases authorised last Saturday by the lntei state commerce commission. While tariff experts art working on the general rate schedules, the car riers will make application to the a rlcus state commissions for advances In intrastate rates to correspond to i- those In Interstate rates. pitut-sts for( advances in passenger, Pullman, milk nnd excess baggage tariffs are cxpect...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 August 1920

i n THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 2, 1920. A play of today a picture every woman and girl should make it her business to see. NOW PLAYING AT UTAH I Cool and Comfortable, Always a Good Show. IDRY WORKER IS KILLED IN CRASH J. Frank Hanly. Former Gov ernor of Indiana, Accident Victim DEKNXSON, Ohio, Auf I J Prank Hanly, former i?overnu of Indiana, 1 piohlbttion candidate for president, In 1916, and Dr. ami Mrs (' M Unlec of Mlgore. Olilo. were killed lx miles fiom here today when Pennsylvania J freight train ran into then automo bile. All suffered fractured skulls and crushed bodies and none recovered consciousness after being brought to a hospital. Mr Hanly died at 9 Iur. ana .vim. tiaKPi nan mi nr. i Hanly In Dennlsim and v.i-v il.nniK him to their home in Kllgore. twent) miles away. The Baker automobile ;is driven ncross the track back of n freight train and in front of .mother The machine was strut k Buar Mr Hanly was en 'rrnit to Carrol-j ton. where he was to ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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