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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 August 1920

1 I SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDAREXAMINER 5 I t, 1, - i I WU&Sffi. The Ogden Standard-Examiner I PWBW AUTOMOBILE SECTION , I AUTO EMPLOYES FOB SAFETY FIRST Dr. Carpenter Tells Interesting L News of Modern Auto Fac- L,. tory Workers The motor Industry loads In the employs safetj movement bpcausw they have taken up earnestly the work of Insuring safety for employs, j according to Dr. Carpenter, the physi-i cian who looks after the injuries' which occur to employes of one ofi ;. the Detroit motor car companies, The) automobile manufacturers in Detroit have undoulledl set a pace for prac tically all Industries, not only by building hospitals and first-aid sta- Itlons, but by using countless safc . guards in the factories While per fection is by no means attained ho says, a great deal has been acrom pllshed along these lines In the motorl V world NEW SYSTEM. The system used by the doctor's company is typical of the best In the Industry, declares Miss Alice Howard,...

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. — 8 August 1920

bsbbbbssbbbbbbbbsbbssbssbbbjjbbbibsisisssssibsssssiss- K TWaSMMEnhWI ,r,.V MHDMIVr MTITCFO I I 6 ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 8, 192Q, WHITE MUCH IKE GOOD MARK Yellowstone Travel Is Easy in Modern Auto Buses; 90 Drivers Tourist travel In Yellowston na tional park since the officii opening of America's profit wonderland on Juno 15. Is promising to establish the I present season ns the best the park has ever known. Despite the unusually severe winter which caused much suffering among the wild animal? and foi months de fled the herculean efforts o:' the rang- erg to break through the great walls of snow thrown over the automobile highway, the main roads of the park were opened up this yen bi ireral days in advance of the dnto they have I i made accessible In former years. Heroic measures wen' n ss.irv , of course, but the indomitable spirit of the two score road crews engaged In opening up the park road svstem. con quered all impediments and on June h the famous...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 August 1920

f SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 II I Travel mi Transport Topics I Conducted by Goodrich This la automobile ptcnlo year. Thousands of motorists are tuning up their cars every Sunday and taking the wife and kiddles unl well-lllled baskets out to some quiet nook In the Country to spend the day. It's the best kind of n habit to Ret Into, and costs less than koIuk to the movies. Motorists who have spotlights on their cars Will not find Canada a healthy place to visit There is a stric ly enforced regulation in that country which prohibits the use of spotlights entirely. What's more, cars so equipped arc stopped at the border line and the spotlights confiscated. Touring the battlefields of France and Belgium is gaining In popularity among Ainerir.m motorics Hundreds nave gone and many more hundreds are making plans to go Before com plcllng the plans It Is advisable to learn the conditions to be encoun J ton 1 Complete Information i r 1 t.e Obtained from the ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 August 1920

If ' I 3 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8. 1P20. Swan Gets Out oi Kansas By O. A. Kennedy , I Wo wore talking about prohibition, I in Kansas and did it prohibit: and ao on when mi friend Swan SwanBon tuiddenly Interrupted with th- I mtnt that ho vu3 in Kansas once and had never felt any desire to go back. (f course wo hud to ask Mm "tyhy?" and ho proceeded to explain. Along about ISSO one of our nclgh hors was taking n herd of milk cows 'I down to pne of the Mormon settle ments In Arizona and ho wanted mo to j along to help drive em My folk " allowed me to go on condition tnai when we got to Flagstaff this man B would give me money enough to pay H my railroad fare back honv H Well he gv? me tho money all I right, but Instead ot going home I bought a tlrket to Dallas. Texas, and started out to seo tho world. In Dal -H lao I soon wont broke and hired out lo drive a herd of beet cattle up into f Indian Territory to be issued to the I Klowas. "Thtfn l worked fo: the ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 August 1920

r i Clc i . 1 1 K , I MAGAZINE SECTION OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1920. I RUSSIA RIPE FOR I NEW REVOLT, WRITER AVERS But People Arc Too Stupefied by Starvation to Oust Bolsheviki jtgW' BY J. EL DUCKWORTH J ' N, E. A. Staff Correpondent H REVAL. Bsthonla, Aug ' "What keeps the soviet republic going?" asked H clown nt a Petrograd circus. His WA tnawor was In Russian rhyme: WM fJeWlsh brains, Lettish baonets. Russian stupidity." This crack brought down the house The clown got two weeks in the forl ress of Saints Peter and Puul for his a temerity. I often thought of this Incident wh- n was safe out of Russia There was more than a modicum of truth in the fSt' TERRIBLE revenge. Led by the clever Jewish trains the T workers and peasants of Russia have , also taken a terrible reveiyre on their B . .i:. ! - I he Capita li lid the big I I landowner). But the woikers and peasants are m new- heartily ,sick cf the experiment in T Communism Russia Is now economi cs 'ally a wreck. ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 August 1920

0 H fiL r f' onc of those curious coincidences which not rarely occur in literature, :? .... ''Hidden Treasure," the thrilling novel by David Whitelaw, now appear- g k irZ here, was given the same title as the very interesting book by John 1 - -' " Thomas Simpson, published by J. B. Lippincott & Company, of Phila- " ' " ; I Ml delphia. Although the two stories have in their subject matter no . . I&jr ms JLb if $L Potnts m common, the remainder of Mr. Whitelaw's story will be pub- W. f Ik irf&t W J W" - KsAed under the title of "Chauville's Secret." Synopsis of Previous Chapters. VIVIAN RONTON ami Eddie HavertOD, modem soldiers of for tunc, have been gambling with Hubert Baxenter. i prospcrou; attorney, in his London apartments After their departun lato at night Ronton returns to the house, murders Baxenter am hides the body on the roof While waiting for night to come agali in order to make his escape, he finds in a desk a curious old yellower document telling of ft myste...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 August 1920

ii i ; : 1 : : 1 . ,.- ' I IPTPP y:- I v M ' m N m II- TTl Ma J i i 1 J H 1 LTB M I M I n i4 IH ?A 1 1 ' -inf.i -fti -1 " " -1 1 f I - '.' '' : : : : 1 (Continued from. Preceding Paga) squarely built, -with a chin that spoke of a will power strangely at v:irlanro with the roguish eyes that laughed out from beneath the level brows. "And so, of course, Stella' th little lady was speaking, and the man came back to earth with a tart "I'm sorry, Mrs. Benham, I didn't hear what you said I was watch ing the children," ho lied. "The ' little one with the plaid sash has lost her nurse. You were saying" Mrs Benham rescued her ball of cotton from the kitten and placed it beside her on the table. "I saying, Robert that Miss Foster was fnken ill very suddenly, and Stella has to play her part till the end of the run. I thought she telephoned to you. Perhaps she for got; she Is very excited, and there Is so much to learn in" There came the rattle of a key in the outer lock and the drawing ' room d...

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

r I SI'XDAV. AUGUST 1920. 1 - Russia's First Aces in Caldron of Hate v I Commander Utgoff Depicts Desperate Struggle of Black Sea Air Forces to "Carry j On" Despite the Soviet Maelstrom That Engulfed Them Tells of His Ow n ''' ; r , j - JBfc J rV I I Experience in Bombing German Submarine Only to Be Court-Martialled ilj j ktr 1 I j ill B j I By Lie JT. NEGLEY FAR SON, R A . V Related bp Commdndcr Victor V Dtgof, Cross o St. George, St Anne, Sta,ilslaier Legion 4'2fonttUf l.mein commanding the mohHr xmplnnc forces ol the Russian block Sea net. T THOUGHT thai he was dead! But he s I dropped In to sec me fho othci day. and we had a long talk over old times Better days . before the revolution "Our Russians are children." said UlgofT. "absolute children They have the sim plicity of children . . and the cruelty. That Is why I can never llnd it in my heart to blame them Do you know, I I think the Lord must have foreseen the future Russian fv-asrtnf when he mid, 'Forgive them, for they know...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 August 1920

3 Sunday, August 8, 1920 I : ,i 1 , I A-Wkicli 0 Shews That MUT TS EdacatmWas 6ic Neglected. I JEFF Ev identlu Stands Veru Stroriq withthe Sportinq Editor. I tfe II f ; . I jZF, THERE'S" .50ME ClASS TO 6" WOW. I cot A, croB AS RePoRXE I'M. WRITE A STOY V ON V NEWSPAPER-. IA ON NY WAY THATwlM MAKF WLL NOW TO GET T(AE TOP oN A BIG TTo , ( STOR-Y. VOVfOr Not NoRE HKePEARE, LCNGF9X0W INTLUGNT, -l AND T05EGHYS LOOK Yc?J MIGHT GET H THF AUTHOR-OF Te A JOB reporting A S-f F(S-r R-EADER- "THEM TOO-V-'EUL Llfk I'LL SHOW it TO THE I ' ll -r ' 1 f SAY, JEFF REWRITE T THIS TUNK N IAS V m THE ENGLISH I V ff jj - LANGUAGE J Uopyririit, (Bit. by King Feature Syndicate, lnc I II flU COTOSEFBOMTHE foP- ONE . THE J TOOBADYOCCANT&o ) - WILL. THROW HIM t 7Y '"I'llMI M ES HIS EAR. (gee, I'm gonna fpWM Vteb-hele' TRY THAT HAS j SBj V-! ' UM - YOU GOT f Rev . THE tETAlu O "1 : THESToRY- SHORTY, ? I YoUP-CoKMANP JUST A I L ' J j, ' I ENGLISH IS VERY MINUTE J JL II yrHEES&Y. ill have r-h&k ' r ;...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 August 1920

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 August 1920

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 August 1920

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 August 1920

I nilgai e ntenteramter I 1 Fiftieth Year-No. ' Pr, F)vC cm. OGDEN CITY, UTAH MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 1920, LAST EDITION 4 P. M j I BRITISH DESTROYER LANDS MAN NIX J! BISHOP ON WAYT010NDON - REPORTS SAY S . Mystery Surrounding Plans for I Handling Prelate Ends With Short Message UC$: PKNZAM !". In gland, Auk. 9. Wr (Bj iiic Anm,cIjuo:1 Press) rh- ' J bishop Maxurii ana landed here I " w from a destroyer nl 1 t3 o'clock r ' thi- nfternooii. It was stated in V intended proceeding to txmdou. y The archbishop declined to give 7 out a statement. U i t rted i" iTw leave on tin first train i-t Lou- P Jbl don. AcctaUbsop Hannli landed from ill.' destroyer in ' motor iJB launch ami proceeded io the rail- BH wav Mutimi. whir.- hi- 99 wu examined bj i ciistoms f v - fi ccr, i in un ihblshi p old ' t bai e nothing to sa) u w j i rom tc rallwaj statli i I he n archbishop ivcnl lo tin hou9c ol cJH t anon Wade, the Roman v atln- M lie nriesi in Penzance, remaining there sonn time. f, is und irsl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 August 1920

r - 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 1920 I Text of Roosevelt's Address i Mr. Cumminfis and Ladies and Gentle-1 men of the Committee: I accept the nomination for ihe of-. f(C of vice president, with humble i ess and With a deep wish to (five to ur beloved country the best that Is l.i me No one could re n higher, ,.,lvllcge or opportunity than to be . thus associated with men and laeais v hleh 1 am confident will soon rC( IV tin support of the majority of our i itizens. . . in fact, l could not conscientiously accept It, If 1 had not com- to knowi bv the closest Intimacy that he who ,' our selection for tho presidency, and, who Is my chief and yours. La a man 1-ossessed or ideals which are also, mine. He will give to America that kind of leadership which will make us respect hlni 'and bring further gieatness to our land. In JamcB M. ' ox 1 recognize one who can lead this na tion forward in an unhalilng march I of progress. i wo BIG PROBLEMS. Two great problems ...

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. — 9 August 1920

Sf MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER a I, state and jdaho news V Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem Stato I CHAPLIN VISITS I ill SIT HE Screen Comedian Leaves Los Angeles to Escape i; Notoriety cA-LT LAKE Aufr. 9 Thoush avotd in publicity and sekinK privacy to which he claims to have boon at fl 6trAn(rcr since his wife started divorce -'proceeding" apnlnst him, Charley Chaplin was interviewed at the HotH iL I tnh last night. H The xrrecn tar claims that he has rheen n.rloil nni privacy jlnco Mil dred Harri. Chaplin started divorce procerdlnKS aR.ilnst him. He has been In Salt Lake since Saturday afternoon and registered at the Hotel Utah as Charles Spencer, his real name. Charley1' said he was planning IiIp latest picture. The Kid." vhlih uMm fair to be the biggest yet produced by the Chaplin company. Bight months have already been spent on the picture. Chaplin, together with his secretary and two cameramen, are en routi New York. no KNIGHTS OF PYTH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 August 1920

w I 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 1920. " J THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY entered at Second-CInu Matter at tho Po.tofflce, Ogden, Utah. Established 1873 Member Of tht Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sur. day morning without a muzrlo or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH "' 78 CJrl0 ONE YEAR 9-00- 3&Zfc' MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Aniociated Preo Is exclusively entitled to the uia for repuDllc.itlon of sny new. credited to It not otherwise credited In thU paper ond alto the local ne published herein. MUCH INJURED DIGNITY. I Respect fr mitlmritv is ilemiul'l m ihe Yc-llnwstonn Pnrk I where the forest 1 ;t n r is siipmiu- Latch thr.-e memhors of Hp 11 Australian parliamenl were al Mammoth, mliinr.iic the e.l..re.l in- H races and they disregarded tin signs which notified the visitors not H to break up tHc formation. The men from the antipodes thought they were...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 August 1920

I I LOVE and MARRIED LIFE ' fctj, the noted author f Xdah MgGlone Gibson Ivn PL w r ii IND1 in. JOH John said nothing more, but I noticed Charle wa not taklnK us back to the hotel. 1 pretended not to notice until we stopped In front of hi mother' hou.o, and then I ob served. "Don't atop Ion?. John, be CauSS I MO Vfery tired and I probably Will be ulMp when you return to the hotel.-' But i .-mi not returning to the hotel," wan his aurly rejoinder. Oh, aren't yon'' Then you will p.irdon mo for saying 'good night a you know thin ihia ht been my flrnt outing, and H has been rather exciting hasn't it?" "Cut out the sarcasm. Katherlne"! he said roughly, and get out of the motor and hehave yourself." "I will gel out of the motor If van wish, but unless you wish me to call - a tH.vl I will tcil tho chauffeur to move on. I am In a hurry to get to bed and it Is time to nurse Mary" "Don't bring our baby as well as your rhauffiir Info this." "1 am not I am tusi gsklng ) 9U I to tell my chauffeu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 August 1920

5 THEOGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 1920. ! LARGE CONGREGATIONS ATTEND 1 OGDEN STAKE CONFERENCE; TWO j SESSIONS HELD IN TABERNACLE I Apostle Orson P. Whitney, poet, his torian and orator, and Bishop Brig ham Younif formerly of Canada ami now of Salt Lake, a grandson of President Brigham Ynunp, delivered Bfrmons at th quarterly coifferenc of the Ogden m.ikr held In the taber nacle yesterday morning and after noon. Largo congregations wore in attendance at hoth sessions which were presided over by I 'resident Thomni K. McKa who whM assisted by his counsellors John Hall and S G. Dye. The decorations were on a more elaborate scale than has been observed In the past A large basket of sum mer flowers occupied a position In front of the organ console while eight j mammoth vases containing bullrushes I were placed along the stand railing and in the choir loft The decorations, were arranged by the members of the stake relief society board Ml sir L PROGRAM Although the grea...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 August 1920

frrVIGCli 1 Irrigation District f Formation Will Be ! Voted onTomorro w With the. election which will deter mine whether or not the Weber county Irrigation district shall be organized taking place tomorrow, three state ments bearing on the point In ques tion were issued today ai uie offices of the Weber county f irm bureau. De fining those who have the right to cust a vote In the election, the first state ment says: Only persons whose names appeal on the polling list can vote at the election for tne proposed Irrlgutlon district for Weber county tomorrow (August 10th). Thlb list will give the names of land owners as they appeur i rd on the county records In October, fa 1819. Any changes of title since that H date will not appear on the official W" polling Hat In case a farm has been purchased since date mentioned. the original owner will be the only one who can vote the water allotted to the farm. Where the title Is held by a number of parties conjointly, the vo.es will be divided eq...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 August 1920

p S THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 1920. ' 7 I ' " - "7 ; ; - y 1 YANKGLOUTERS HELD BTEHMKE Ruth and Other Yank Stars Unable to Solve Delivery of Former Coaster j AMERICAN LEAGUE" Cleveland 35 64 Now York 67 . 4 2 .615 J Chtrapn . 66 4 1 St. Louis 51 51 Washington 46 53 .4i5 Boston . . 45 56 .446 Detroit 33 63 .382 Philadelphia 8J 73 .305 Yesterday's Results, At Cleveland Philadelphia 0. Cleve land 5. At Detroit Now Ynrk n Detroit 1 At Chicago Boston 0, Chicago 2 At St Louis i First game) Wash ington 2. St Louts 3. (Second game" Washington i, St. Louis 11 Tndnx'-. Schedule. Washington at Chicago. Boston at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Detroit, New York at Cleveland. DETROIT, Aug 9. Superb pitching by Ehmke shut out Now York, Detroit winning, l to 0, yesterday. The former Coaster allowed only three hits and struck out eight men. Pratt was the only Yankee to get: as far as third. Cobb scored the winning run on a double, Veach'e sacrifice and a wild I I pitch. Ruth...

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