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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 August 1920

I. PUSH DRIVE ON NOXIOjjSWEEOS City Officials Co-operate With Citizens in Cleaning Up Yards With a campaign In full silng by the city board of health In which resi dent ar ordered to remove runk weeds and grams from thflr property. Commissioner Chrla Flygar-.-'a offlr lr to rx mad a clearing house where rraldent may obtain men to do this work and also where men needing temporary employment may alio lo cate the Job. Offlcera of the board of health, act lit under authority of a city ordinance, ire making Investigation of all parts f the city and iro demanding prop erty owners to eliminate obnoxious traedfl and rank sraa Th purpose of the drive Is not only to decrease fire hazards but to get i Id of the Kiowths which are eyesores to citi zens and city visitors. Some difficulty hns arisen through the Inability of property owners to obtain labor to have th growths dis posed of. This has been the main ii.iw-back so far In the campaign nnd muny owners have found H lm possible to find men. ...

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. — 16 August 1920

" tI pr HP l THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY LVfcJNlNG, AUGUST 16, 1920. ; STOCKS FALL ON I S. L. EXCHANGE Eureka Bullion and Tintic 3 Standard Decline During j I Capital Session I The trading today on the Ball Lake . Stock & Mining Exchange was again rather active, although tho general tendency was downward This was most noticeable in Eureka Bullion and! Tmllc Standard, tbe former opening i H strong at 12c and the hist Kale beihg recorded at 8'tc cloning with 8c bid H nnd 8'if asked, while, the latter.' H which cloned Saturday around SI..50, opened this morning nt ?3 4 G ftnd sold. H as low as 13 37 'i, closing With this H price bid for It and $8.40 asked. H Alta Tunnel sold at 5C, Eureka, Lily was very active and was piacii- H evilly the only slock to show much j Strength, opening at 7c and sold up to Be, closing with T'4i bid and 7C aeked. Cardiff changed hands at Columbus Hexall brought 40c, j lion Blossom was active at J5c, Mich-, igan-L'tah sold at 3 and 3l;c. Eureka bu...

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. — 16 August 1920

WsmT MONDAY EVENING AUGUST 16, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMllNfcK 0 i j FOR SATE I l TL 1 frf'E"t j lli H ' of (nn T'nI r'r Four room frame, south part of lorn, fjfi Mr o1 p,nijr ,ii Uviilf.il lotj all & n Can Itoughl for Trmi. BH V fir rrx-'in n-odm Umc en pvm1 rtrot in a good raMm- dlstn. i Only H 'wr room modem brick, throe brick H vail lrr- room a. sood tuifmfnt. ror,h H on the hnrh. 4?5 Term H Five room frame, eight tot, fruit of all kind on IV pv. itosyJ outbuilding o H rated In the aoutli part of lorn J?'.'1 ; H Term BH smith rtXHVKfU MMUm Over the I'nmm'rrlil National Bank Vak for Mr 8aundr. City rvpartmrt BBBBJ r'TVE room frme houe. imall (M mw H 4town. reat on rm Ir'S I.lbert tvenw " nT OWNP.R Modern well bo II H 'home in helt location In t H Hultnhle to mK four amall apart H menta. (00 Twcnt fourth, rhone 610 Ik a, ' IS0 00 r. ,v (Of room modern. r-nent haae merit i !oe in on paved tre. I ' n e Trma. I4HX0 00 Buya a beautiful four room bungalow on the twnch, has cmn ...

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. — 16 August 1920

MONDAY EVENING AUGUST 16, 1920. tmt&arb-Eainiurr nrnFN 1ITAH I UTAH THEATRE I TODAY rBm m rw , - wHfl fil & people, they sneered. . . and they even doubted her Virtue until, in I ur of another lOo 'mans Life she proved to be a thoroughbred . . I MISFIT WIFE I ALICE LAKE and an exceptional cast and, renew ycurhuLitk in tinman nature!! H I a Fine Comedy I fil MILL I G1VENJH0NQRS Ogden High Principal Named President of Utah Educa tional Association A. M Merrill of Ogden, principal of the Ogden high school, was elected president of the l tah Educational sedation at a special meeting of the hoard of trustee held Saturday in the office of L. J. Mulr, state superinten dent of public Instruction. Mr. Merrill will fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of J. Fred Anderson, former president, who ha become Americanization director of the Oakland city schools. L John NUttal, Jr.. of Springville, was chosen to replace Mr. Merrill na vice president of the organization. Mr, Nuttal Is s...

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. — 17 August 1920

r -. w ';rv F,ftitth Year-No. 213 Pr.ce Fiv. cnt. OGDEN CITY, UTAH TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 17, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M f 1 BOLSHEVIK CLUTCHES ON WARSAW BROKEN I II POLICE AVENGE MURDER OF INSPECTOR I A efts A A L ' A .av . H Ceil ORDEAL OF REPRISAL FELT IN ERIN Police and Military Use Bombs and Bullets to Clear Tipperary Streets LORD MAYOR OF CORK DEPORTED TO ENGLAND 1 Belfast Irishman Debarred From All Privileges in U Mkm House of Lords jH DUBLIN. Aug. 17. District lnspec-1 ffSaaaaaaaaf tor Wilson was shot dead at Temple-1 Yjifl mare last night while walking fr"" SHeaaaa! the police barracks to his home, ac- Am dint to "' 11 ""' 'fhurles I BELFAST, Ireland. Aus 17. Tlp nararv underwent 0 grim ord.-nl of ,,-prls'al Inct night following the mur der of District Inspector Wilson ar -cording to a press dispatch The police find military turned out to avenge In spector Wilson and with bombs and bullets. speedilv cleared the streets The town hull and several shops wen worked. The disorde...

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. — 17 August 1920

ll 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER iulsuay nvENING, AUGUST 17, 1920. H I J Owe Their Health To I I ' I Lydin E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound overshadowing u, all other medicinea for women's ills seem to be experiment I Why is it so successful? Simply because of its sterling worth' B I E For over forty veais i: lus hail tut equal. Women for .wo a I generations have dor' nil up. m ii with confidence. ' i " B TIou.anda of Their Letters arc on our files, which , 8 prove these statements to be facts, not mere boasting. I VetabieCornpounddidmmuch JJomonttS andmycOTSon S 1 cvm when I was 86 years old I maiaed tho 3amc. Or.e day one was run down with female trouble of ,,tte books wa9 ieft at and was not able to do anything- , mv-joor oi.d mv heshand sut- U M could not walk for a year and gested that I trya bottle of LydTc I couid not work I had treatment g, pjnkhamV Vegetable Com- I from a physician but did notgain. d i Btartad it immediately K I read in the napn rnd books and i feit better a...

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. — 17 August 1920

eBBBfFSDAY AUGUST THF. OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MM mm STATE AND IDAHO NEWS r" ! Latest Items of Interest From Utah arid Oera HtSt MAN KILLED AS I CAR OVERTURNS Verne F. Williams of Los An geles Meets Death on Way Lip Salt Lake TELK. Auk. 17 Vrnf I. Wll-i ll.iniK. 30. of l-o Angeles. "al. Wat Instantly kill'! at o'clock csterday ; morning-, when his automobile over-1 turned on Soldier bridge, located About, I fn, mr south of Tooele Williams wn rlnn! beneath the cur, hi neel: H-SBlS ;,nd .-pin'- broken. OtU of h wheel H;B of the machine rented upon his throat. f mployc of the I'tah mine nt Gold Mill. I vas nt the wheel nt the Ume of the f icotdent. Me suffered painful, though I not permanent, Injuries nbout the leg and hip. Henry Peterson. ? years l, n OrtlOlli WM one , .., across nil abdomen Cloone inh 7 m years of axe, a nephew of Mr. Wtl- x u ho - - tn partying him 'V from Ix Angelc.-uffered from shock r- y ' ii ml minor bruises, but la not seriously fL, sa Injured. MSb Mi Williams,...

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. — 17 August 1920

BbbHbB I fl ' WHWl 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 17, 1920. I I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Intered Second-Clat Matter at the PotoffIce, Ogden, Utah. Established 1179 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 t .7B s&r-gfc ONE YEAR W.OO . gggg MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Preit la exclusively entitled to the uta for republication of any newt credited to It not otherwlao credited In thla paper and alo the local na publlahed herein. I EGYPT UNDER THE BRITISH. Colonial Rovr-rnnn-nt is noi always moat desirable, because of the desire of all people for self-ir ernment, yet Great Britain's rule of Egypt has been so beneficial that there is no doubl the Egyptians haw fared far better under the English than they would had they governed themselves Bui a critic of British rule in Egypt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 August 1920

TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 17. 192a THE OCOEN -TAN'DARD-EXAMINER f lLOVE and MARRIED LIFE hit the noted author Idah M?Qlone Gibson I I ' : i II H HABITS ' fl S put." culled John. IH thought It waa drridul nn- IHH awered. "that ou and I were 10 have H the uppr room.' on the ffttl Bid V I jH might rorno out Ml m whir jH r,re. John! M talk to Katherlr.e," ( lld A I ee. You BH tloa furniture that rou had aw I 1 a AaasV 1 Law 11 HH -" men and up a cheap dlsh 9 nnd l(Hch-n utensils, and we can get a.onz v. them until my mother"? apede f VB from tin- ol.l 110 H asked John In BBBBBB har a car- HaK tomorrow. Katharine?" inurrupted untU wo r. j "- V ' ; , "Well, John, I must have n number .1 1 BiBa i i nun f Bb en for heaven take ?: them.", HdlV aald John In exaaperatlejp ' 1 feel just lBHr9 aa though I wore In a taxi with the. 4 Kir 94 1 en and go with a J JFT Do you wan I me to open l 1 CB. yT account again it Blanki lKEjKi John hr-Mltated a moment "Yet. 7 1 BV J have forgiven them for the ara...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 August 1920

6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 17, 1920. If Sheriff In City I Court; Case Taken I Under Advisement i I Sheriff H C Peterson appeared be fore Judge D. R. Roberta of thr city court yesterday afternoon, after being ordered by Judge Roberts to show cause why he had released L. Muy nard Nerlan, after NVrlun bad been sentenced to sere five days In I la county Jail for speeding. Following completion of the evi dence, Judge Roberts announced that he would take the case under advise ment and would render a formal de cision tomorrow morning at U:30 o'clock In the city court. Sheriff Peterson's defense was based mainly upon affidavit In which he sought tn show that Nerlan was re leased temporarily in order that he might attend lu Important business In Idaho. Dl. Mi s STATEMENT TO PRESS, Sheriff Petereon declared that he had made nn arrangement with the prisoner whereby the man was io re turn to the county Jail and serve the remainder of his nentence. He denied statements...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 August 1920

TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 17, 1920. THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 I I TWELVE STATES DECIDE PRESIDENCY I Here's Lineup as Cox-Harding 1 Battle Gets Vigorously I Underway I ny oi men n w 1 i:rs M I staff (orrrinnlenC. fcH A.-HlNOToN. Aur " The poll- H tic! battleground In in presidential J election will be In twelve autre H The storm centers will t In Ohio. H New York, Indiana and Illinois. H Ine; hotteat In BH Each party la rcaaonahly certain to carry Is state. lv In the Democrats bbbbbbbbI HI electoral votna and the Republi can 196 Th. Iimorrnia muat have si mett to win and the Republicans 71. HoTTIsT PIOHTfl I Illinois I placed In the Rcpubll- can column by both Democratic and I O. I'- doieterH, but th D"mooraia if will carry tne Ma" flht Into this tor- rltory. If for no oth r reason, to try to break the J ( '. I ranks and to keep the Illinois crowd out of the lommon battleground. The party that can carry the three doubtful elates. Net" York, Ohio and Indiana, can win. There are M el...

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. — 17 August 1920

V THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER TUbbUAY hVfclNIINU AUGUST 17, 1920. 1 W IREDS EASILY DEFEAT CUBS Hendrix Batted Hard by Cincie Players; Fisher Twirls Good Contest NATIONAL LEAGUE W. I Pet. Brooklyn 63 ! . S6S Cincinnati 60 46 566 New York 59 .046 Pittsburg 55 52 514 Chicago 56 5s 491 St. Louie 51 59 .464 Boston 47 57 452 Philadelphia 43 65 .308 Yo-cterday's B BuItC At St. Louis Pittsburg 3. St- Louts At Chicago Cincinnati 9. Chicago i. At Philadelphia New York-Philadelphia game postponed r iln. No other games scheduled. Todag - St bedule. New York at Philadelphia. Pittsburg at St. Lou is. Cincinnati at Chicago. CHICAGO. Aug 17 Cincinnati bat- ted Hendryx hard and beat Chicago, 9 to 1. sesterday. Hendryx was knock-, cd out in the seventh and Bailey and j Jones finished Fisher was steady for! the visitors all the way. Groh and Duncan each made four hits In flve times up. Score: R. H E Cincinnati 9 12 2 Chicago 1 8 1 Batteries Hsher and Wlngo: Hen dryx, Bailey, Jones and O'Farrell ST- LO...

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. — 17 August 1920

TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 17, 1920. THE OGDEN STA For Subscription and Advertising Oeparlmant. Call Phona No. 58 I I RANDOM 1 REFERENCES S SlftfaV T)pewrsi.r House ror lpr 1 aTTtMn snd repairs. Mtl Hudson A' HH The two n n who took the tiathlnc BaaaaaT SaaaaaV amt fmm ti r hi, ar i .imon r 9 known. Mall to 758 Twenty-fourth (in Inaprxtt"" -o!onel ' A Black, right-of-way agent for th L'nlon Pa cific, depnrtad today on an Inapectton trip of the road between fifden and iCiunston. Phobe 02 for mass niter. I hlef Here- A V. , . i ,f general superintendent of the l'nlon I'urlfir satem with headquartera at tnni-ij w an iigden visitor toda. While In Ihe clt he conferred with local railroad officials. Install your furnace now fie the L original plpeleas Caloric first 2344 ' Washington Ave. I'tah Plumbing A Heal Ins: K tlSl flflH Returns to Work Mrs B sons. deputv clerk in the office of the LLLLLW county clerk, return -J to htr dudes 9H ihis morning after a two ueek- vaea- mmWmm (Ion in HJH Bou...

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. — 17 August 1920

I MINES TRADING I BECOMES QUIET i Silver King Coal. Descends to ' $1.62 1-2 and Tintic Stand- ard to $3.30 Bid i! The trading in mining stocks on the Salt Lake Stock A Mining Exchange B todav was much more quiet than it lias been for tlx pasl welt The prices ; In the majorlp of the Btocka were about stead although ihTn wai b de crease shown In n iew of them being B most noticeable in Silver Kin Coal. B which changed hands an low as 5 1 HJ'; and clOMd With only 11.90 bid 1 for it" and Tintic Standard whl h closed with 18 3" bid nn.i li 36 asked I no shares changing hands Emma Silver wan practically the heaviest B trader of the day. 6500 shares chang- Ing hands B Big Htil sold at Columbus Rex- all changed hands ai 9 Iron King H -sold at 22 Michigan-Utah was steady B at 3c, New Qulncy sold at Sfe and B Nalldrlver went at 62c. Ban H Bullion sold at $Uc Prince ( on. went pppB :,t 2D Vic South Helca sold at 94 and E l6c, and Walker Mining Changed H at (Quotations furiilslied cr private wi...

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. — 17 August 1920

j TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 17, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARj FOR SALE Rra! Estate nonn ic puwi i Real EUt Loan l"iurjnr vn pprtuni' I (e gt r-rv'-lr of I room modrfl hrtrk hunuio. ' with el front on Harrison avenue Lrr room. beautiful flrepUre. I.villt In -h.n buffet, linen closet and riw'"''" ' I lrf himni lh built in wn htuha Lot SfrfcI33 Lwnt. rtowrrs and nw rhlflrn run This la n r- I bargain. Prl--- iiS"" Ft f room trl-tl modern brt-K h'ingit law on bench Home U In excellent coo dition Urp' lot. new rrt Iwn nd rood shad PrW ItOOO Bag? lrmi Klve room eottg In north purt of the Ro 'th front. Urge rrv-.n turn. gr g. chlrW'-n run Prlrr 11406, MM H idron AvfBUf Phor.' Ill 1 j W'r -an r- r r ' - 1 f ' I rood fe buyi and rod lnreatmcnt f and rr US Let na ahow ion thia fla I LkH Jrt seres and soil level, part orchsrrt JM 10 shares water mil and hr HHI Mu 2S0 rovrnmr! lyv-atd clOM LH to Ogden A barraln n ffWl. HH thla- An ri n' 'onally rood btlj I ' rr, U) J Oavla and Wfhi rantl Small nex hoi ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 August 1920

( TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 17, 1920. tctltiUl jX ttUtttt 1 OGDEN. UTAH 1, jlJTAH THEATRE"! S 7 S3 AY I l ' '''' ' punches.''' An agfo!d problem in a brilliant modern setting. 1 Women will understand g Cf-' tne reason why Katie I Xh?J 0 Malloy rebelled. I A girl s heart tested and jj found to be of purest U Am A Wami&rlul Comedy 1 1000 Freight Cars Bandied Here Daily -More than 1000 freight rars loaded with fruit and otln . inateilals arc QjDlBlrig through Ogden d-.tllv east ami Vtst over the Southern r'tulfn lines, Htcordlng to offlelnls or that com jJLny. While more than 1000 are hun fllefl daily on the Southern Pacific liii8 a like number is h-lnti handled Claily over the I'nion Pacific and Ore f;oi Sliort Liinc system, it is stated, AULklng an Increase "f more than 25 jjfcr cent over the freight business of the three loads lor irr 1 !i 1 ' sl:i.joii For the past year Ihi- mi n ids at tho Union depot show an average of IDo0 passcngf-rs dally arriving In oden from various points...

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. — 18 August 1920

I . .. .... rswn,r- " T V WmT 1 F f. eth ve.r-No km Pr,CeF,v. Conu OGDEN CITY, UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 18. 1920. LASfEDITION 4 P. M I I WOMAN SUFFRAGE AMENDMENT ADOPTED I 51 SOVIET PEACE TERMS READ TO POLES I GUARANTEE 10 (9 CHECK FUTUHE ' wrap Poles to Give Answer to Terms MAT of Peace Read by Bol shevik Agents FREMCH AROUSED BY OPPOSITION IN DANZIG A Munitions at Port for Warsaw 1 Defenders Held Up by Commissioner J LONDON, Aug II Russia t tw9 dol nates at Minsk have boon Inatruct- fyjmmmmmm ed to recognlre fully tho national ex- ' fLmmm lstence of Polnnd and not to Interfere tjLWW with the domestic affairs of that cflIgB country nays a Minsk dispatch to tho HQH Herald, labor organ, quoting an In't-r- '.mWW lien with M I i.inlshovsky, j.r sldcnt tjlmmmm of tho Russian peace delegat Ion. The terms of peace made public by the Zxi XLW soviet government aro not final, ac- SLmM cording to the dispatch, but may be nBfl modified at the conference. InHI "All general meetings of the...

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. — 18 August 1920

2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EX AMINEk WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 18, 192". I! COX RECORD HIS I STRONGER POINT Sullivan Describes His Wheel ing Addresses: Appeal for League of Nations BY MARK SI M.I N .'opynght. 1920, N. V. Evening Tost. WHEELING, W. Va . AUf 17 So far us ii is possible to forecast Gov ernor Cox's Un- of campaign from his trrhes at Wheeling, U would appear ihut ho Is disposed to develop two nHds, first, vigorous advocacy of the league of nations and, second, his own pi ogresl'? policies and plans OS con . lasted with what he alleges to be the reactionary policies and purposes of S, nator Harding and what he Calls Harding's senatorial Oligarchy." 'j hese speeches at Wheeling wen- real ly tho toinial beginning oi Cox cam paigning and they were watched care fully to see it they marked any line of depart uio from the heavy emphasis v hteh lie placed on the league of ;ia lions In his notification address s I go. The fact Is, he made tlO d ( l -nire that was especially noticeable ...

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. — 18 August 1920

r'esjsjsjsjBjrH WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 18. 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 3 I n STATE AND JDAHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Oem St-it AUDIT REVEALS I S. L SHORTAGE I Former Mayor Bock Abstract- 1 ed $12 000 Which Has I Been Repaid jjH SALT LAKE. Aug -Keport of fl Ihe special audit that Lincoln fj Kelly I H has been making; of the book of foi I H mer Auditor and Maor Kdmund A. iVjH Bork. v-ili bo made to thr city rom L I (hi nioralnj by Commission H er T T Iiurton, and will sho Mr sH Bo. k abstracted a total of si 2.000 from the city ftinda between 19151 KH and 1S1H. Thin entire amount haaj EB been flH Mr K . 1 1 hits bM engaged In R B special audit of the city' bok for a B number of irMka On Xulj B Hoi k confessed to pecnln lion illscov- HH ered up to that time amounting to' IBV fio.oto, and made restitution through! KJB City Attorney William II Kolland hh In the subsequent audi' Mr. Kelly IBSflBH found additional Items, notably five' 1 s .... r,f. Inlullnr 1" ...

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. — 18 August 1920

4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 18, 1920." ! 19 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER j PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered at Second Ci.n Matter at the Pottofflce, Ooden Utah, Established 1S79 I Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Pres An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning; without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH I -n tZfSzk, ONE YEAR .00....Cv3ij'J i MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j The Aaaoctated Pre la exclusively entitled to the us for republication ot any news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local net published herein. I BRITISH LABOR AND BOLSHEVISM There was a time when Prank II Simonda was opposed to any uniting of the nations of the world in an effort to keep down dis turbing elements. Now the Famous historian is appealing franti cally for something to be done bj i ivilization to hold hack the red menace on the boundary lines of Poland Mr Simondfl is incensed oyer the...

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