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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 August 1920

ri mm m Fiftieth YearNo. ne Prix:a Five cent". OGDEN CITY, UTAlT FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M. RECEIVER NAMED FOR CHARLES PONZI I INVESTORS WHO DREW DIVIDENDS f 11 LOSE COIN Receivers Called On to Adjust Claims Which Total About j $7,000,000 BOSTON, Aug. 20 The broken for tunes of ( harles Pnnzi wete placed in receivership by judge Morton of the district court today. d The court appointed three receivers Jt ! ho; mi si quallf In I olid "I c '" """ JM Ponzi's statement ihat assets would m 7-, aggregate JJ 000. 000 Is the only estl- IK" m.ite available. The receivers will bo rJH tailed upon to adjust claims which al- IM ready aggregate more than thai sum Wm and the total is likely to run to ST. 000.- ftfW 000, according to the estimate of Ed- win r.. Pride; federal accountant. These figures Include the 50 peri jflLI i i ni profits promised rH With the probability that settlement of claims will bo on the basis of .ir lual settlement the figures will be! BB paire...

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. — 20 August 1920

j - 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER hKlDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, IVZU. I j lih-lfe H j iA GOODVIte TO TRAD3 ! c go Nl Xo 6H No ilt No 667 BMdy-Madc I Rd7-McU Readj-Mftdt P-iJy-Md Child's C"U on I Bbl't Wiuton Child Ronnprr Ouociloir Apron I Whim Poplin rin Whit T0 on Whif Foplln ca Inlon Lima f T !:! f 1cm Suti Jf. II 40, M EiMSl.l 9 Yiui Crih Frlc (4 0J FrlMfS.M Prir S 16 Mr (J 10 kj ! ! r ' 1 " " i j i Ko C64 Ko 6J6 No U7 We 111 f ' Chlld'i tir.-si on , BilirCioon rrt:i cp 8hfr i Klmoso on Fliln I C Plus nr. I yncy 1 gal l Mercrltd Mull I .nd Puurf Vc t J glass Infanta, 1, 1 ' E:ii irwnu l.l ; Bii Mtdium J. B 3.'te 10 11 Tri cii Ttiri and 1 ir , PnolSOO Prlc Prlc Price ii ' Q I ARMY BALLOON EXPLODES ON HIGH TENSION WIRES LOS ANGLLES. Calif.. Aug. 20. An arm balloon exploded When It came In contact with high tension electric lima rr.it Fli.-ibeth lake 7". mllca northeast of hero yesterday, sor-; lously injuring Kenneth Fratler, -dot pilot. A surgeon wan dispatched to the scene from the...

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. — 20 August 1920

FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, 1020, aaMll''aM By V. K. Cassady, B. S., M. S., Chief Chemist II Tn the Palmoiive Laboratories we studied years to - This means a shave that lasts all day that makes FAiw Ska Vn 1r ( overcome the faults in shaving. We tried 130 for- the face feel satin-smooth. Jlldves FOr AC K mulas before we mastered every problem. In our 35c tube is enough Palmoiive for about 152 j B Palmoiive Shaving Cream is (he final formula Stays Foamv 10 Minutes shaves. That's more than 4 shaves for lc. This j 1 Ae scientific solution. It does what every man Hot towels and rubbing in lather with the fingers wou,d be tempting in any shaving lather. But j 1 SSKtaSitt VSKfeSiSlrftte rUbmg- mean de. We felt there was a scientific way to coupled with these astonishing results it is changing ll :j Such things with Pabnohve are not needed. make the beard cut easily without that; and we found the shaving habits of thousands. 1 Both Lather and Lotion it. Palmoiive Cream removes the natural o...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 August 1920

4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, 1920. Wj MWMTW-M-llMMM mmm MBM MIU SBB II lSM ISSlllSMSWgM llgfSMggSgggagagagiiBSiiSiMiiiiBBBBMSSBBBBBBBBBBBlBBB M 1 MMMlMMWWWllMnMllMH,,MI,trTi: " I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered ai Second-Clast Matter at the Pottofflce, Ogden, Utah. Established 1179 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press j An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH -75 rftf& k, ONE YEAR W.W... pJ MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Aisoclated Preis la exclusively entitled te the uae for republication of any vews credited to It not otherwlae credited In thla paper and alee the local IMA' Hibtiahed herein. I WHAT THEY THOUGHT OF AMERICANS Ludendorff lias written Ins book of the- war and now Count Bernstorff has committed nil recollections to paper, and thr- two publications make interesting reading as disclosing ihc German sid...

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. — 20 August 1920

ijf FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20. 1920. THE OGPEN, TANDARD-EXAMINER 5 I M. n mi mm ...ill .-- i ii i in m Mir -mii iii i 1 m-iiwn n nn i mi i i i i ii i imii i m rnnnn r " j p mjjtm Dorothy Dix Talks I PUT YOUR HEART IN YOUR JOB . 1 -. 15 1 ' lilLX . 1 ' 1 -v ,tir Worlcj'i Kigheat Pahi Wpnimi Writer jj I A young girl who Is Just starting oiu to earn her own bread and butter, and cake, asks me If I can tell her how to succeed. Surely daughter Just put your heart In ) our work Iovr vour Job. No at tt with enthusiasm, and you can not fall. Knthuslasm Is as contagions a;: the measles, and If you have a bad case nf It. other p'-ople will catch It from you and break out. In a rash of faith in you and assistance to you. nu Mil tfnlj Interest others In the thing in which you are Interested yourself You can only convince others of the worth of the thing In H which you believe with all our soul H Kven God only helps those who help I. themselves. A woman, who Is the highest paid! saleswoman In th...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 August 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST2 I Enthusiasm Grows; j Call For Meeting j! Is Eagerly Awaited j I By DARRI I I .J GIUBENWELIi The charge In In place and the ruse laid. AM that Is necessary Is for some body with proper authority to call n meeting and enthusiasm for a rail celebration will bunt forth with a loud report. Any businessman who doesn't be-1 Hove, there la a sincere demand for a community festival should conduct tho experiment of asking this ques tion to the first twenty persons ne meets: "Do you think we ought to have a i Fashion Show cd-nration here in j Ogden in September?" The answers he will get will sur- prise and conWnee him. Harmon Peery, manager of the Og dn Theatre, has thrown 1own the. challenge to the young businessmen of Ogden by announcing that he will I contribute $f.O the first crack out of I I IMS I GREEK MARKET Utah Produce Making Appear ance Here in Varying Quantities With summer advancing, additional! Utah crops appear on tin market, 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. — 20 August 1920

if FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, 192G. THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 I I" ft? Exceptional Values In Fine f Ail Wool 1 Tailormade SUITS I $OQ50 INCLUDING TWO PAIRS OF PANTS 4 Overcoats $40 0 Once you see these un- t-qfi- usually fine All Wool ma terials, you vill surely agree with us that their equal cannot be dupli , cated elsewhere under 1 $50 to $60. HOWARD WILLIAMS Manager i; Millers Seek Lower , Carload Minimum A movement has bern launched In l members of the Utah Millers' assocla- j tlon In Salt Laku to bring about the reduction of the minimum of carload lots on grain and flour from 60,000 pounds to 30,000 pounds, according to j dispatches receied lure this morn ! ing The movement was begun at a meeting held yesterday. The reduc lion will be asked for Utah, Idaho j and Nevada J. J, Neville, E. E. Rich and Mor- ris H. Ellison were appointed meni bers of a committee to arrange for I hearings before the puhlic utilities commission and the interstate com merce commission. 9 Former Ogd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 August 1920

THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20 lJ ISEt jff&S AGAIN n C01"e anus ' .cwsPaPcr In the Laughing Episode "FATHER'S CLOSE SHAVE" ALSO LEW CODY IN THE BIG SUCCESS ! "The BsitteHSy Man'9 Oaden Theatre BOOST! BOOSTS FOR THE FASHION SHOW Sunday, "The Deep Purple," from Paul Armstrong's Great Play ( I (WALL!NGFORD? PONZI GOES TO JAIL LP .M 9 I BOSTON. Charles Ponzi, money "wiard" and "Wallint:ford." of Boston (Carrying cane), is shown under arrest on a. charge of larceny. A marshal is with him. Below, two "rogue's gallery" views of Ponzi, taken at the time of his arrest on a charge of for gery in Montreal, Canada, some yean ago I EX-CHIEF OF AGRICULTURE IN CRITICAL CONDITION TRAER In.. Aug. 2'1 "Tama Jim' AVilBon former secretary 61 agriculture, who has hcen 111 at hla home for sc -eral months. In reported In a critical condition. He was 86 years old Monday. OPPOSE RATI INCREASE. SALT LAKE, Aug. 20- Citizens of Garfield, headed by C. W. Aldrlch.j yesterday protested ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 August 1920

FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, 1920. fHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 3 Announcement by the Management ORPHEUM THEATRE Facts about "THE IDOL DANCER" It is the film that D. W. Griffith and his players were working on when the en tire company was blown to sea in a dis abled yacht and reported missing for several days by the entire press of the world. You no doubt saw the report in the newspapers. It is the most vivid and thrilling drama of the strange life and stranger conglom eration of whites and natives of the South Sea Isles ever screened. Clarinc Seymour plays Mary, "The Idol Dancer," one of the screen's most unique characterizations. Richard Barthelmess plays the beach comber. You'll remember his magnifl JLttT cent acting in "Broken Blossoms." EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION Wit Sfefir Appearing in Person With the Picture THE FAMOUS HULA DANCER Xf' PRINCESS MANULEWA VJr NATIVE HAWAIIANS jk pffijlPS' 'n Songs and Dances fcH. The Bigger Attraction of the Year (A Double Bill) jV PLAYING FIVE DAYS H ...

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. — 20 August 1920

I j STATE AND JDAHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I PARDONS BOARD I TO HI CASES Twenty Applications to Be Considered at Meeting Tomorrow SALT LA K Ei Aug. 20 The State H board of pardons will mret at 1" H d'CiOCk tomorrow morning to consider H twenty cases in which leniency is ask- H od by inmates of the state prison. The H cases to be considered include four ftp- H plications for pardon, one application H tor commutation of sentence, six appfl- fl i titans for termination of sentence and H applications for parole. H The four applications for pardon H are: Robert E. Kelly, convicted of H burglary, second degree; .i.huph H. H Uoberts, convicted ot having liquor hi? possession , Joe Bogan, convicted, H oi burglary, and Lou Fox. convicted of H attempt to obtain money on false pre-J H The application for commutation of' H sentence s that of Ha iky Mewhinney. H convicted of murder, first iegree. H The six applications for termination it sentence arc A. Tovar, conv...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 August 1920

"5 ""' V FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 20, 1920. 1HL UUULi 31 auakiaaiviiinlK 11 I i IE f IETS I DEFEAT IN MILE American Champ Goes Down to Worst Defeat in Entire V j Career I.H AXTWEHP, Aug It. (By The As- H sotlated Press). English runners to Bh day dethroned the American star mile KH runner. Jole W. Ray. of the Illinois C.i In the 1.500 meters r t H Olympic punN U WjM the second most sensational fool race of th cnth ulymplad, Ixlne Just a little hort of the thrills of the MiO metres H All competitions today were held JHHfl In tl. 1 i'.i. c r . .'hi.-io.- somethlnK of a home-like atmosphere 7" They scored Impressively two firsts. a second ,ind a sixth place for sixteen "r point?, unc loss than the Americans. .fcy wh won one first, two thirds and llu our fifth for seventeen points. Swe- Mm, aE one second, one fourth and one fifth HK place for ten points TAKEN MRPRisi The big up-sel came in the running) nfe by A. G. Hill and P. J. Baker, both; Umm Englishmen, of Ray off his feet. While i J...

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. — 20 August 1920

12 THE OGDEN ST AND A RD- EX AMI IN t, R FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, 1920. jf I LQCALARKET I SOnjTOHE Trading on Salt Lake Board Continues Slow With Prices Steady The trading this morning jii the Bait Lake Stock & Mining Exchange con t;nued rather slow- with the prices In the majority of the Issues about steady ff j tone was about the only slock on the hoard to show any activity what-t-.er. opening at Sic and advancing lapidlv to Sic, closing with 80c bid and 81c asked Tlntlc Standcrd. which has been a very active Issue for the past several days', showed no life this morning, closing with $3.86 hid and ?3.40 asked. no shares changing Black Metals was the heaviest trader of the day. 14.000 shares changing hands at 5c, Eureka I-ilv was very ac tive at gtf and 64c Columbus Rex--.11 brought 38 and I80, lion KliiK i old at 21 and 21,2c, .Mlciigan-Fiali ( hanged hands at 3c. Eureka Rullion went at c. Prince, Con. sold as low B as 2 7 Vic. Sells was a trifle weaker, hanging hands as low...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 August 1920

rllDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, 1920. THE OGPEN STANDARD-EX AMIINLK 13 Ij FOR SALE Real Efttatc FARM FARM H'TP I one of tho bt opportunities tor lite man with llmiu-d capital ve have had this year. 27 acres at l-atnn. four room frame hou, no better land In Davis County, This plar.- in a bargain at $10, 500 $2500 win handle It Balnneo cosy early payments. Better see u at once. SMITH tz FLINDERS CO. t'pstalrs Common In I National Bank 1817 HOMKY place, Six room modern hrlck resldenco. south fait ol eit SC00. Five room modern frame. Nob Hill, $2500 Term Phone S S Smith. ;t FIVF rom partly m.Hbrn frm. on South Washington, good lawn and shade side walks around the hoUSO, sewer, sidewalks, curb and gutter ell paid up. street povf IIMnf paid for three vcar. This Is a real fnn. S22S0. nosv terms Four room modern bungalow ual out side of city limit, screen porches anl basement, large lot, onl $2000. Caay terms. Five room Strictly modern hrlrk bnnrn low. on tho paved street. In one of the best res...

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. — 20 August 1920

FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 20, 1920. I UTAH THEATRE H H p mat aluson irN-HLr. AND BATH I UNION PACIFIC BUILDS CUT-OFF New Country to Be Opened in Eastern Wyoming: Sher man Hill Avoided Preparations have been made foi extending the I'nlon Pacific's North Platte- valley line thirty-three miles west from Half?, Neb., half way through what is known .is the (Iohen Holo district of Wyoming, to Medicine How, according to Associated Press dispatches received here today. ' Local officials of the Union Pacific today stated that th- road had been under consideration lor some lime, but Whether or not action would be taken ; could not. be determined. PLANNED 18 YEARS AGO Eighteen years ago an engineer of the Union Pacific, with heml'iuartcrs at Omaha, planned the road, which is now to be constructed, it Ik said. Engineering ramps have been es tablished along the proposed route find the survevs completed for the entire thirty-three miles The main line now being ased be tween North Platte and Cheyenne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 August 1920

Fiftieth vear-No. 217 Pne F.ve cents GDEN CITY, UTAH SATURDAY EVENINg7AUGUST 21, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. At 1 A I Armed Rail Men Battle Striker I PIGRiNGS SET s INTO FLESH OF I IRISH WOMAN Crime Committed 'Because She Gave Drink of Milk j to Policeman HUNGER STRIKERS ARE REMOVED TO HOSPITAL JM Sister Tries to Obtain Release v'.-Jj - of Cork"s Lord Mayor r- , n,.. !ri uni n i iu 1 1 ROSCuMMiiN. Ireland. Aup J 1 . -A woman accused of violating the lny cott against the police h supplying policemen with milk. Is reported to ) aVfl been seised by four men who f.-.tened pig rlncs into her flesh with rinchers. The i ings. it Is said were not removed for two days. Ill X.l.K si RIKE llv CORK. Aug. 21. Four lumper strikers In the Cork jail were romoi -cd today to the city hospital. Fear ing that the hunger strikers will die, the archbishop, the lord mayors and - the mayors of Ireland railing their at tention to the situation. GIRL M ES BROTHER. LONDON , Aug. 21. Miss -Mac Sweeny today saw her...

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. — 21 August 1920

I 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21, 1920. I TO ESTABLISH OVERALL PUNT Scowcroft's Factory Superin tendent to Launch New Business in Ogden ' Tho latest addition to Osden's In I ' rU8trl8 will bp an overall factory to i established here about October 1, by ES, RoBonheiK. for two years fac tory superintendent for the overall Hunt ot John BCOWCroft A Sons com l:.ny. Overalls und shirts and trousers be made. Mr Rosenberg's experience In the overall Industry cover :i puriOd of 20 yean, 18 of which were spent in over all factories of Chlc:ifro. llt will leave ii. xt weel; for the east lo pur hnse i lafbinor :,m' eiiuJpment for the p4i nt ni(i contract for mnterlals. The plant will be locntod on Twen ly -fifth tiret near the Lyceum the oj re. . Mi. Rosenberg suld: "DurinB my two years residence In 1 ilen I have been in touch with the oVerall rharket. it i my opinion that 'Mien lih-i'll; lixiitcil for such u plant and the roturs Remi to offer i st oppoi tumties." no ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 August 1920

r SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21 , 1920. THE QGOEN 3TANDARP-EXAMINEK 3 I W IlLOVE and MARRIED LIFE j toq, the noted, author I Idah MSGlone Gibson - I in RI6I6 MH "The time lias come. Joiin Gordon, fl when you and l mast have thcae nml- tcra 9 "For heaven's aiko, Kotherinc, don't br bo tragic. Von know that I have never car i-J for that Iioukc down In 1 the country und 1 nee no reason why jou should kMp It Just to provide a resting place for you. mother's maid." B.H "Keep still. John. 1 don't want to jH feel more exasperated and more dia- H appointed In you than I am." I John looked up as though to speak again, but I held up my hand. I L 1 "I don't kpov Just when the time I came. John, when you firs: began to low tired of me, but I think, pcr- li:'ps. It wrm when you found out that fl 1 was a real human being Instead of Rf B the plaything ou evidently had meant ifl me to he. Something with no mind . 'i thoughl me, except thai which B might belong to a petted eat that m would purr aa h b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 August 1920

4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21, 1920. II THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as 6econd-Clas Matter at the Postofflce, Ooden, Utah. established 1879 I Member of the Audit Bureau of Oirculation nnd the Associated Pres j An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun- j day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH $ n,nSSfcn ONE YEAR $0.00 CSS MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The AMoclated Pre la exclusively entitled to the use for republication o any new credited to It not otherwise credited in thla paper and also the local nan-" published herein. I' OUR GROWING POPULATION. Tn thr census report by siatos, Utah is credited with 452,833, which compares favorablj with 457,619 for Idaho. The two inter mountain states are going forward at about the samp rate, and both are enjoying a good growth, though not n boom. Down through the I snake valley there hat been a remarkable development in the past ten years, which 1m...

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. — 21 August 1920

r SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDAKU-fcXAMlINLK j - I iMMWMWMiiMW,5MMMMMMaSMMSgSSjMSil I Yankee Pole Vaulter Easily I Shatters World'sAerial Mark Foss Aviates Over Bar at 13 Feet 5 1-8 Inches, Breaking Former Record of 13 Feet 2 Inches; Yanks to J Appear in Paris and London Events ANTWERP, A uk. 20. By Tin- As soeiateel IY'ssi Phenomenal pole LV vaulting by r. tc Pom, Chicago a. a.. Mrhlcli broke all existing records and V a brilliant distance race by four run- iifr.i In whic h the Kronch marvel, j defeat, fur- 7 nlshed the thrills for (he 10,000 spee- Lj tators at the sixth tiny of the ulym- pie eamrs today. The performance in both these event were exception-! - ally praiseworthy in view of the raini and cold, . ihi day was ending with a brilliant ' sunset, but with November like tem- I - per ii Po , the form "V nell star, sailed over the bar which' r had been placed il th height 1 11 W feat, 5 1-8 Indhea The old world's L record was 13 feet, 2 l4 inches. P Foss ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 August 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21 1320. f I All Texas Aflame I Over Bailey's Fight Ex-Senator in Governorship Race Makes Open Shop and League of Nations Issues, Frightening Administration Forces By STANLEY WALKER. f I HS success of former Senator Joseph H I W. Bailey in his race for Governor of i Texas is a direct slap In the face of the Administration: for In the first Demo ciatlc primary the Administration was made Uie chief Issue and Bailey, bitter and un compromising ir. his criticism of the men V who have shaped the policies of the party tor the last eight years, led Pat M. Neff. hi I nearest opponent, by about 10.000 votes l The run off primary between Bailey and NofT will be held on August 2. The fight is now between them lor the division of the approximately 160.000 votes which were cast ir. the July primary for Robert E. Thomason and B F. Uoonev . the third anil fourth can oidate Whoever can swing the votes of the Thomason supporters will win. and it i...

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