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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 August 1920

WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11, 1926. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 r! STATE AND JDAHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State OPPOSE MOTOR I FREIGHT LINES ! Railroads Present Arguments Against Proposed Ogden Salt Lake Service WM SALT LAKE. Aug. 11. Permission to conduct a moior freight service on yH the new hlghwuj between Ogden and y ftaw Salt Lake was ;, k.-d yesterday In U Hi application submitted to the public K-V utilities commission by W. Bruce ! K-BB Wedgwood and b red Bod of Salt' mM Lake. H1 opposition to tho Issuance of th! B permit was voiced by several attorneys! B representing the lallroads, who argued I HH that the proposed motor service would1 not specially benefit the public, andl that n iroald only make competition jHHj keener for the toads which have In-1 '"VLT" vested millions of dollars in equipment am' which have rendered efficient! V service to the public Attorneys Rlcnard D. Thurman and' MlkN L C. Alien represented the applicants, while Attorney 1...

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. — 11 August 1920

f 8 g OC-.DEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11, 19??. H SLIGHT El I I school eras r Girls Show Gain of 177 While Boys Tag Along With Twenty-five Thn si hool census for the ( k Ten city schools for students bvtoon the apes of 6 and IS Years has been com pleted by the workers in the five wards of the city a total registration of 8541 was recorded, which is nn in 1 crease of 202 over the registration of 1010 The figures show that of the total I 1?7 arc gilts and 26 boys in the first wnrd an Increase of 3 3 boys and o prirls ever last year is recorded The sec ond ward shows a decrease of 9 boys and an increase of 15 girls. In the third ward an Increase of 10 boys and IQ plrls Is noted The fourth ward has a decrease of 27 boys and an lncr use ' of 86 girls. The fifth ward his an increase of 18 boys and 3C girls Of the total city registration 4191 art boys and 4350 are girls, accord ing to Supt. W Karl Hopkins, The tllfrh school registration is nut com pleted but will be rea...

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. — 11 August 1920

lWFDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11. 192C. THE OGDEN STANDARD-LXAM1NEK -? I Start in right now to enjoy the world's best jj8fi B -4: music. Ss JjpPBr I With a Victrob venj V,"J' sHlsB5i$l ' J ISP-w ffl , j; can hrar at will the kind . t mils" you hkr best you can have cJance music whenever you want & to dance, you can have the most famous bands entertain you with then "! ' SV i i ; etirnnR music you can hear any music you want to hear. This genuine Victrola will plav for you any of the more than 5000 '"i r'' N Ii-1 '! in the Vtor Rccnrd ntalo? It is handv for both outdoor and indoor use Convenient fot the BJnIS Mm b$J fjM frw porch, the lawn, in camp, in the canoe wherever ou want to take it. ' mw '1 f I BS-H And in the home it is easily moved from one room to another as occasion WF Pfi i KJij may require. j Weber Irrigation I District Created B By Big Majority HI .Marking the beginning of a new craj M of irrigation development in (Jtab, the tZ9 first irrigation district to embrace , ...

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. — 11 August 1920

f :0 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11. 1920. BUILOIiyG LOTS SELLING FUST Real Estate Man Tells of Suc cess in Putting Denver Place on Market Under the direction of the National j (1 Kealty company of Indlnnapolis. rcpn Pfented In Ogdon by A. J Qufgley, gen eral manager, and C. H Goodpasture, superintendent, the Demer addition to Ogden City, including propert I" twoen Tavior and Pierce avenues and Mcintosh acnue and Twenty-sixth street, is being rtferd for sale. I Mr Goodpasture, superintendent, B; pfated today: "AH the result of one H ad run In the Standard-Examiner we HI have sold over 0 hundred lots. There HI l corns to be a marked demand for lots HI In Ogdon, Indications heinc that p- o I J pie want to own their own property."! I "The location of the lots which are1 I being sold. Is Ideal. Tim. dive tn Miej I mountains to be swept by canyon I winds, the lots a-. more desirable than g property closer !nto the heart of the I ' The air in Uie vicinity Is idea...

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. — 11 August 1920

WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11. 1920. THE OGDEN, STANDARD-EXAMINER MM New Features Develop In Bfl Coast League Ball Scandal "Babe" Borton of Vernon Draws Release Following Investi- gation Made by President McCarthy; Borton Alleges Salt i Lake and Portland Players Were Paid to Throw Baseball ! Games During 1919. I SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 11 Fur- B) ther Investigation of ha rue of ?:n JBB bllnK brlberv and other alleged ir- KJflH IQglllSI ItlfS In connection with Pacific ESYJ Coast league baseball (ram" was un- BBB der way today by league President W. BBBJ H. McCarthy, with ixpulslon of addl-! BBB tlonal players and barring of othrj BBJ persons from all league parks Imml- JsJQ Ba In a statement following the imcon- rBJ&jJ of BBBJ Borton. Vernon first baseman. I'renl- v.4t dent N existence iat yeai 12000 pool contributed by Vernon playert and die lSLT trlbutcd to Portland and Bait Iakej players "for services rendered In as-i mB i-. - i r i Vernon to th pennant." JIJ SAN FRANCISCO. Aug 10...

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. — 11 August 1920

I 1L. ... . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1 11 I JtjgO- M M OUTPUT INiHOWS. Production Generally Above! Output of Year Ago j Report Shows l Thp report on metal mining in Idaho I t follows- I Tf the present rate of production la maintained, the output of Silver, lend I and Bine from Idaho in 1920 will be II considerably larger than in 1919. ac H l cording to C. N Gerr' of the United I ! Plates geological survey, d -pari nn-n J of. the interior. The production In f 1919 was unusually low, the output of 11 gold, silver, copper, lead and zinc he Hl ing less than the annual average of 1 Ihfi last ten years The Bhlpm nia dur j ing the first five months of 1920 are I not so largo as those in a normal f ar, j bur are considerably greater than those or the corresponding period In 11!) The Bunker Hill S Sullivan smelter and refinery at Bradley has be.?n no BB tivcv although not operated at full ca V pacity, H The lead plant at Xorthport Wash., H which receives concentr...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 August 1920

i WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 13 FOR SALE " I K , Real E.tMr I H HT OWXKR Modern well htillt H home n bst location In city. B Suitable to nrnkx four email apart H mrnU (00 Tw nt fourth. Phone H HY OWNER Five room partly m(w1'm rfH I ffi . ,g,'(.ii I'm I 1 ' I t ld-v 1 - I l i.U l.l-: :-! i modem -H KOF; SLi: l:v skckn REALT) CO L Three rwm. I..ri. lot, 1SI I P Har- balsnre ar Foui ow, jtwn. $ion ll rah. halan- PH four room house, batb. etc., close in, WM Four room brick, bath, etc., J2900. if 4 I BY QW'NKFt Tbrro room house, modern, lot 50x144. $2nno. $1750 down. balam e like nil " I r. i r.u . i.e.. . v - on Monroe between Twcnn ninth and Thirtieth streets. $."!00 to tnr Ural bargain Terms II desired. r.ob n Nv. : i : . '. : . 'U: VJJ. CONTINENTAL I HIDING LOAN A 411 Twenl ourth Streel PJ I ,v $5S0A Practically i:cw five room pressed mw? brick, mod.n. lot K mtnt btMnwr.t, bull) In feature A Ha splendid bom'- for the money. K $:0fk Five rooms, big...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 August 1920

A wBK gaJ I TUESDAY EVENING AUGUST 10 1920. Sty? 111111 OGDEN. UTAH MAYOR REPLIES , i'1 TO 51 CRITIC; Ogden Executive Questions' Veracity of Certain State ments in ''Citizen" Replying to on article printed m"lhe current Issue of "The Cltlsen," D Ball Luke weekly In which Mayor Frank' Francis Is arraigned and quoted as j having announced himself as candi-l date for governor of I'tah with the; approval of Senator William II King, the mayor today issued the following, Hiatement: ! "My attention has heen called to the: late issuo of the "Citizen," a Salt Lake weekly devoted to the Republican call,' in which the statement is made to the etfect that there has been a howl of resentment and rage' recently w hen Mayor Francis announced that he was In the race for governor at the re quest of Senator King and other prom lent Democrats whom he did not, IKiin. "1 hao never made the announce ment of my candidacy and never have tempted to put myself forward In that light except to confirm tin slat...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 August 1920

I -- ftieth Year-No, 208 Pr,ce F ve cnt. OGDEN CITY, UTAH THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1920. 7 LASfliXUTION 4 P. M. I BRITAIN CONCERNED OVER FRENCH ACTION 1 PONZI SURRENDERS TO U. S. MARSHAL I COX SPEAKS TO I RIFLE EXPERTS AT CAMP PEHHY LI Honorable Prevention of War by Reason. Not Force, Is Urged PRAISES RECORD OF GUARDSMEN IN WAR i Arrangements Made for Lim ited Number of Harding Speakers From Marion CAMP Perry, O.. Aug. 12. Honor able prevention of VV by "the arbi trament of reason rather than of force " was urgcil by Governor Cox to day In an address opening 'he Demo cratic presidential nominees speak ing tour. Bpcaklng at the national rifle con torts, ho emphasized the toll of tif war and declared that Lhe peoples of the world now seek peaceful modes of settlement 'I rTnftnlw," hr said, "tint In a sense ou are assembled here for the purpose of increasing the efficiency of our military Strength, and yet I am convince! that the great mass of our soldi ik is -inited in purpose "' ...

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. — 12 August 1920

2 . HE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1920. I i ii i minim 1 ' MARY JANES" I let us make vouh Excellent quality black : pM- old shoes over ent leather. One strap. Neat, ... u pretty and durable the With prices high in .ill I ' . . . , imes. thrifty people will get very thing for the httie girl fun wear cut of everything h t fiRi$h out thry buy. 7? ... There's no necessity prob the CUmmer With, ably for throwing away that c , r . i 1 L old pan- of sohes. Makes a comfortable house The chances are our repair shoe, department can put them In good shape for you, a;id nake Regularly priced at $5.50. them look almost like new All sizes from 2 to 6. im Wash OGDEN, Li Avenue SSa CTA" I PONZI GAVE SKIN TO SAJfENURSE Accused Financier Volunteered for Skin Grafting Operation After Prison Term Atlanta. Gn , auk 11. Charles Ponzi, of Hoston who admitted had served a term la the Atlanta federal penitentiary, worked in the office of ibe record keeper while in prison here :ind ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 August 1920

THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 192C. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER L H STATE AND IDAHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem St-.t OGDEN IN ON FEDERAL JURY Louis Keller Among Members of Extraordinary Grand Jury at.S. L. SALT LAKE, Auk. 12 - At 11 o'clock yesterday morning, the extraordinary grand Jury which will consider forty government canon. Including alleged violation of the profiteering sect. on Kr of the Lever ici wenl Into leaston Twenty-one Jurymen wtrp Impanei'ad and sworn In h'-.orc Judge Tilman I. Johnson of ngdeu Light person sum moned to npjujii for rxntnlnaf inn ys ferday were excused. Those who wl.l f erve are W. I) Mac Lean. John Daljr, H BL Campbell, P H. Goggin, William Ifurdock, Am brose S. Hlgham. George F. Rlcharus. Jr . William Wood, J B. Evans. J W. iTWfU Edmunds, all of Salt Lake and Lewis Keller ol Ofden John Biatbtaa, Roland A . HadieQi i i J ' st oil i end Nomas Lea of Brlgbam Cltj Ifeli in Smith, Pleasant Grove; Isaac Adams. Kavs- m rlUe; R. J Ballo...

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. — 12 August 1920

rm 4 THE OGDEN STANDAKD-LAAMiiNbK THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 192C ii. 11 n THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-Clase Matter at the Postofflce. Ogden, Utnh. Established 1870 j Member of the 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 tfjjBBlfcfrl ONE YEAR fl 00 &3" MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any newa credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local nti'i published herein. THE NEED OF THE HOUR. Speaking n the- ilia f modern ivilization, Senator Harding made statements at Columbus, Ohio, which should receive the ap proval nf men of all parties ll- said the need of the hour is the steadying down in America and Europe to take stock of things, know where Pre have drifted in the tumult of war, gel our feel on the right path,...

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. — 12 August 1920

i 1 li THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 12. 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 5 I t LOVE and MARRIED LIFE tog, the noted author Idali MSGlone Gibson j II Hi M w HOME When f Jrr up before the house I could not rcprean all exclamation of happiness. It was the most beautiful home In town and stood hark from thi street and on a rising knoll of around a rambling new house of old Kwrllh tl- v clnjvi- nnili'r the port-roueh-ere anil Nome on-. who evidently hnd been waiting- for us. opened the door. John's f.irc humod and I knew that he had marie- Lhla arrangement. I g"ave an exclamation of surprise und happl ne.s and told him It was a wonderful flood omen that someone should have opened the great front door as we ar rived. "J am ao glad dear." I aald "that we aro to see th new home tog-ether." "So am I." he answered, as he JT strode forward. "Come hack. John, come bnck!" I exclaimed. "U tutt la the matter dear "" "Nothing-, only you and I must step over the threshold together. " John picked me up ...

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. — 12 August 1920

6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 192Q. hum ii mi mini n a Make Believe The "make believe" sort of advertising invariably reflects discredit on the merchant who follows it. Recently some of Ogden's butchers have been fol lowing such methods. If these advertisers could hear the uncomplimentary remarks about themselves by people who see our prices, they would know that "make be lieve," "bait offers" and such tactics do not pay in the end. The one thing that goes farther to make our stores popular, wherever located, is our method of "no baits,' no deception or false claims. Our patrons soon learn S they can depend on Skaggs'. That no matter what other I butchers or grocers claim, they find it advantageous to a buy all foods here. Visit our stores and markets and you too will be convinced. Some Regular Meat Prices Remember, nothing but the best of meats are sold I in our markets- 15c Rib Boil, per lb 10c 35c Sirloin Steak, per lb.30c 15c and 20c Pot Roast, 35c 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. — 12 August 1920

r s --SSBSSsVssSSasSsa- r-'fc wwaaK SW bbbmi- " H THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1920 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 J '-7! &i7a vWRfe lTilM From W ProduciiohL L 111 U V V o p. m I gV zB Herbert Rawhnson in a I Hp Up AndHis ! 1 lUffi Woman" Sunday A drama seething with human interest. Also i Tom "SNUB ' ' POLLAED COMEDY 1 OGDEN THEATRE f "Three Gold HOME OF WORLD'S BEST PICTURES" Coins" mmi amm mgm am m , HQ GRAND CARNIVAL DANCE LORIN FARR PARK FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 13 Lm I OGDEN SCOUTS H' RETURN HOME Party Headed by Scout Execu-kl- tive Goates Ends Two 1 Weeks' Outing H After spending more than fwo weeks ijH in Yellowstone national park the ma- H Jorlty of the men und boys of the g- H Urn Boy Scout organization returned H home todny singing their prniiies of H the natlonul playground. The boys KH WCn In charge or Scout Executive U. EH A. Goates and during their stay In the Kass park hiked more than 135 miles, ac- H cord In to the men In charge. H Leaving Ogden July 28 the scouts ...

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. — 12 August 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER - 1 I Army Schools Draw From All the World pBS 1 r Forty-seen National- fr """"""" : . ; . i;-I J&T I J - 1 ities Represented at m'WZ, "i feri jff jf j'B ' Camp Upton, First ; V. -f 'e. -fNf ! J J' J S; r1 1 jf classroom ' ' ' '- -xr"" " , vj 1 "tll A, ff-r- T CAMP UPTON .., -..-- . T "3 1 MD JOSEPH JOHNSON BORN IN W lllillM ' - Ahr-' - ' ' : " 12. ' ICELAND, a,-o: TOM ftlZYO, -.,;'srJy F1" u ts "$. JV; i :'"? 5- J . fH(it''-''!rA js,. -vf The school at CMnp Upton .it prwent In- Sl 5kI' ' " ,r. i. gggT-vX- X3, ' v ' 5pi. , 7 t el .. l...nt l :(" r. omits. A staff of thlrtv 'cli , y!l 'sfes ") j ,' V 'i " '' ' - ', . civilian Instructors under the direction ot SV ; .: , 5. .,' - ' v - , ,x ' j ? ' .vO-l": ;K- if Myers B Horner works in cooperatn with aJKRS-JS '' T s S i 1 :r commlsslonc.l personnel assisnf .l for ttnQmSljiLr;; X"'! "-;'-:"i1 'i t ' j ; ' V--? "y -V ! L ... military Instruction of the two battalions. k?TXb&4 1-- L -t ' - -J ' ; -, :...

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. — 12 August 1920

THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 192(7. THE OGDEN STANDARP-EXAMUNER fl Drafts Offered As Evidence f I In Coast League9 s Trouble nBorton Delares Every Member of Vernon Club Guilty and Declares Twenty -seven Players Are Involved; Rod Murphy Tells His Views of Story -. I f.A.N' A i(C ! 1 !l HLH McCarthy, president of the faifi- CL Coast Ixnxue. declared tonight that ew Babs Borteti had been "ed i H y a gambling ring in connection with 1 i and offered in i)pport of lh'- fi i r . what pn rior",1 1 f to be signed statement by Rod Mur jWrTWM ih. first baseman of the Seattle rl ii jH' The statement quote Murphy nt - Bj mg thnt Nate Raymond. Seattle man ffffffffffM barrad from Coast League parka, of - i H farad Murphy l.t.AOn In August to J M Brtoi end Harl Muugert referen- TH liurph ;is aaylng he put throueh n . . .-. v rtli h ome Af the baj i Sid Bali Lake cltib told out.' to the int the deal mond $IO.On. t,ut that he made $&0 - m Murphi was quoted in saying Ray- I 11 monrl tolil him the ...

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. — 12 August 1920

f 1 I 1G , THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAM1INEK iriUftaDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1920 I SILVER KING GOAE I MAKESJPVANCE I Park City Silver Stock Gams I 25c on Active Trading I Silver King Coalition was the fca- I ture of the trading this morning on the ii Salt Lake Stock St Mining Exchange, ivhen it showed an advance of 85c over esterday's close This stock opened i I hla morning at JI TS and sold up to' ' S 5, closing stron with $1 .80 bid J uid $1.90 asked. The remainder of1 Ii tho market was about th Home as it, j - xesterdoy, being :il)out steady i Albion sold t 9c, Columbus Rexall I brought 41 and -JL'c Cardiff Bold al H SI 27. Iron King brought 20c. Lehi II Tlntlc showed a little strength, scll- in?,- up to 6c: Michigan-Utah wn ac-, j ive at 2'c as wns Nov.- Quincy at Sc. l-'mmn Siler was heavily traded in :it: 1 Bti Slls brought Cc, and TilltlC Stand-' ard changed hands at $3 3 7l,fe and 1 (Quotations furnished mcr private i wire of J. . Hoglt- & Co., Ecclea Building.) 1 ; Xlta con ...

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. — 12 August 1920

THURSDAY EVENING AUGUST 12. 192C THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FOR SALE I Real Estate ----- . . . . ..... nY OVA NKR J4olm wll built homo n rvt locution In " fiilltN' to rnak four rm' rt mrt itf Ttnt fourth. Phono (10. rn eref rowim H r-il Kutnt lxn Imuran " BH 2 Itiulaon Avaaue KH j;0fl bun tfri room honw situated EH on nvon red block o N hinj; PjH ion ttrnur i hleken ho'io nnd Kr" ESH lo! ",7MS Hlf ri. LW UW on t4xllJ Sidewalk an.i ; paid "' iaH Worth . 10O Prlrr onl MS". I VI i u r MA Wy nouM, cUh!.: -nd ood . t of miiehlnwn . j j vj, mil to iw.ool 1 miles to fVden ilH1 ba train at '.: Vi. Trrma I..' Bftati Io"' ok it?"' '' . bt OWKBR Two too fraine, wht, HIP : " ' ' 1 ' ' ... . . . . ,.m?m -r..r on ran-.. i. i"-o Trtonc 1N. - l5fc.V B1 I W M I j , .., ,, v r 1 - - REALTY CO Three room. Urge lot. $1S0. $100 c.sh. , 7 room, new bungalow. MOM. fl j rth t.nlnn-e ran i Four room hMIM, nath etc. cloe In.. t?0o $600 raah HJ Foul room brick hath. atC. UM rlf rhon. . n MW OWNER Thr I T v I...

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. — 12 August 1920

I; ' --.v..-. I , Ml tauuanV.vautiurr Mmm J REPUBLICANS TO PICK DELEGATES G. 0. P. District Primaries to Be Held in City and 11 County Tonight I Republican district primaries will be I I held In arlous county districts tonight I u 8 o'clock to elect delegates to the I ' -ounty convention which will In turn I : , lect fifty-two delegates to hoth the I I MlJ,to ami congressional contention I '. legates to the county convention 1 are apportioned among the various I .i:tricts on th.- basis of the vote easi I for William H. Wattle for congress I at the general election in 1918, eaCH II district being allowed one d legale f" HI each 25 votes, or major fraction there-! I of cau for Mr. Wattls. Each district Wl Is entitled to one delegate regardless of the number of votes cast This I apportionment gives ogden 109 votes. I (in 49 to the county districts making H fj a total of 158 votes. l The primaries for those districts in, HI the several wards In Ogden City ex HV j -opt the 12lh district ...

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