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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 August 1920

SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21, 192C. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 I? II FOR SALE I THE CO:. PJ Bl DING LOAN a investment co 11 Twenty-fourth St. Phone 355 J320fi Splendid thrro room modern. $500 M ch. tVitv.' m . rent. H J41W1 Modrrn four room unit sleeping H porrh. built In feature), cement baie. H im-nt. double walls unci floor, on.- 1 of the best built home In fhe elty. new garage. $1000 cash, balance IIHvj MMWM Pl $3500 Six room nil furnished, hlg lot. HM house built three year This In the W best buj Easy term mmm $4000 Six room modern brick, well to ruled on bench. 1500 rash will Imn H die. Knlnnce like rent. H $3000 Five room mmkm, shade and frtilt H tree. Besar term These are all Murrain and will sell fmu. I at ttj t in-.t i- !. j . 1 1 ki ttOj . - with or Without rrop. one hnlf H mile north of Clearfield on main state I M rond PhOnS 11-R 1 4603 MtlWM l'"!MT r-irii modi rn home. sle ping ll I,- . n...r.. 4 ri V TWO homes for the price of on. Double -W pressed brick COttajps. m...

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. — 21 August 1920

I -V: 'r- ' JT-VKKINC. AUGUST 'h 92(l Ulji? ZttXiXfaiXX 1 ctUtlltlM OGDEri. UTAH j Ij UTAH THEATRE j I gMBBM j Last Tintes I 'y GEOKGE KOBE TURNER j Bi Mot j I sown drama eFtwwubi.j I JUL lOLlWJlV ! And fine Mack Sennett BED8GDM c- AfpT Don't Miss This Excep- ana JjA 1 JlL .'iz!.. Fin i Picture J For Subscription and Advertising ' Department, Cal Phono No, 6. I RANDOM j REFERENCES Oguen Typewriter louae tlt iyp writers ;-.nd repairs, I'l-'J Hudson A-; Phone 236. fair Wcnthcr "Fair tonight and Sunday," is the prediction of the United .vtuteg weather bureau for the Mdcn district which reached here this morning. Yesterday's maximum temperature was v degrees with a minimum of 5 decrees. This morn. ns the mercury stood at 57 degree.; at tnc lowest polnt.1 Phone 6oj f r mebaneAKe; To ;)vc ihmi'c An ntertalnnu nt and dance w i ii be held in the i-uth, ward amusement hall next Wednesday1 ovening. August honor of Ger rlu Van Derwood who Will leave for a rms;:on to Holland on August 31. A! i ...

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

jl jM Jsfl Ffttitth Year- 2ti OGDEN CITY7uTAH SUNDAY MORNINgT AUGUST 7 22, 1920." PRICE FIVE CENTS fi SEARCH FOR STEAMER VICTIMS FAILS H in ai u ft MEMBERS OF . f CREWM1SSINB Sudden Sinking of Vessel Due lf to Heavy Cargo or Iron Ore Br jC T J SAl'LT STE MARIE, Mich . auk 81 si Coast guai da and la ke ateainei con- k M ducted a 1 utlli in h ton g JJ i vlvors of steamer Superloi i Ity . 1 vthlch went down ofl Whltefleh PolnJ t'wMl u,c WU!8 1 King, according to mea- jQf fu report! ! ;i Ml rwetlty-elffht mnnbsrs of the crew ' 73M and one woman were mlsslnp nn-1 the aiCSj tout urvlVOM brought here after be- SQU ng picked up from the wreckage had . ' jM t.ll but abandoned hope tor tlielr ics- JfC"H tut owing to the short time that H elapsed between the collision mi . In tl:v boll' i 3&yBHB wrecked the stern of the steel ore JSBbSbbbD carrier. , , ''5M The sun Ivors left for their homes ' I lcnlUl tsTOUY OF DISASTER- "'PkWW Peter Jncobson. a. survivor, who was .B ,, the wheel when shi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUS2 "United We Stand " The Federal Reserve System ' has united hundreds of Banks and other financial institutions into one system for the protection of depositors and the development of com merce and industry. All member banks are under the supervision of the Treas ury Department at Washington, D. C , and are regularly ex amined by men from that department. We offer the protection and benefits of the "Federal F.e serve System, ' 1 Wc invite YOUR Banking- Business. We pay 4 per cent interest compounded quarterly OGDEN SAVINGS BANK 2384 Washington Avenue I Campaigns Of Both H . Parties Slowing Down J (Continual from l'nc Ow H Jn. If the Republican campaign con-j iinuoa to go according to schedule, you frill sor Mm inn the center and fpun ?alnhead r politics and utteranoeau Lrefully worked out, which will be Jnore impressive and inur? attention Llchlng than the recent outgiving! l! was never the intention of the lie-; publicans to make the...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

r SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 22. 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER LARGE SHOWING 3T NEWEST i Ci of Georgette and Silk Vi it rS ' Dresses in pinks, blues, x " navy, black and brown; all K Hm Special Price Our Enlarged Millinery d ii Department r is bubbling over fe Sjregjgai aS$fjf with newest fad ffi- if clL creations and more &09li4ff a- are arriving daily. J&K&z 3 KP Prices 7 $2.95 and up S A a!7 IVAUDEVILLE SEASON OPENS WITH NEXT THURSDAY MATINEE P.intages Vaudeville begin Its new season at the local Orpheum theatre next Thursday. August 2G. at 2.45 p. ra Manager Goss of the 1 Orpbeum announces the same days r uf each week for vaudeville Thurs day. Friday and Saturday with the usual three performances each dav Those who have season ticket must notify the box office before Thurs day noon if they wish the tickets With new scenery throughout the theatre the new vaudeville show will offer attractive entertainment to Orpheum pairons.. The new show brings with It a revel of bea...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

I iiSBssBsssBssBBBBisBSBsssseBBBsssBBSBSBBse- 'sjjfc. 3 THE'OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22 A920. M THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY j entered Second-data Matter at the Pottofflce, Ogden, Utah, Eatabllahed 1870 i Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Presi An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. 1 Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH f - .tfS. ONE YEAR $0.00 GJt) MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Ataoclated Preca la exclualvely entitled to the uae for republication of any newa credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and alao the local IMtVi publlahed herein. HAY FEVER. As certain as the migration of the caribou aeross tlio barren lands is the excursion of the world's hay fever sufferers who now iuo-e toward their fall retreats Geldenrod and rag-weed are their enemies. Laden with the impediments of warfare' against it, this ' poort miserable army of red nosed and watery-e...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

rm I i 1 as MM f SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST22. 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 5 J She's Here Today! ' f A u "THE IDOL DANCER:' mm , D, V. GRIFFITH j presents J 1 The Idol Dancer I H Oh! Hov she can dance' hand and oh! how she can j "Little White Almond' Flow- dance P er" mixture of French It's Mr. Griffith's very latest ,. Mm Java and Shimmy unequal a colorful enthralling story H parts endowed by the gods of far off southern seas; of a B rth a beauty socaptivatin wonderful love affair and n: Jfl that even the cocoanuts fell wild adventure, with Miss M for her sure turned the is Clanne Seymour as "Mary" 'II land into a scene of seethmg and Richard Barthelmess the conquest for her heart, her Beachcomber. I ORPHEUM i m 4 Days Beginning Today S EXTRA ADDED Note Positively no one seat- jl ATTR APTIDW ec during the dance scenes I if 4 1 1 IU1N The Idol Dancer ' 1 begms at I Appearing in person with the 7 and 9 p. m. today. M picture the famous Hula f dancer, Princess Manulewa ADMISSION JM ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

w 1 q THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1920. M IN. Y. Woman io Lecture On j Italian Alms At Hermitage j I H MISS L1LA VAN KIRK I "Italy and the Adriatic Question." with special reference to the port of . Fiunie. will be the subject of an ad dress to be given Monday evening at the Hermitage hotel by Miss Lila Van Kirk of New York who is iec--ognized as an authority on things connected with Italy and the Italians. Miss Van Kirk. In addition to hav ing several years of experience as a settlement worker among Italians in S this country, has r.lso been a resident Tof Italy and has come to appreciate the view point of the Italians in mat ters regarding their country. it is said She has lectured in various parts rtof the United States on the same sub Ject which she will present at the Hermitage, and an important portion CHIC. OF C. OFFICIAL HERE I Edward 0. Baker of Shanghai I Drops in at Weber ' Club i' Edward O. Baker, secretary of the' H chamber of commerce with he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

I SUNDAY MORNIINU, AUL.UST 22, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 , OGOEN CANKERS A LISTED AMONG MEN INDICTED I I George W. Goddard and Gage I B. Rodman Named in Alleged I Sugar Manipulation jPaH JrorKt W. (Joddtrrd and Gairo B. LB Kodman. Ogden runners, were named BVB yesterday In Indictments returned hy tho federal Rrand Jury in Salt I . k B charging th. ru wit), violation of tho YH profiteering section of the Urilf :iet I Kft for alleged speculation In sugar, Ls '"r'linc to Ball Lk dispatches Th- PK i i formation i 01 tint 'i in ihr Indli t mrnt ChatCM that tho two men vlo- WWM the law In iiir hnsing a carload 3 of Bosar mi $11 St, shipping it oast end wiling II .it f 1 1 bag, according BV1 to th- d (patches. ID1 81 KHH Mr. Uoddard, when asked to make ' i statemenj here laei no,m :aui i:nt , -4 hi bd no official knowledge of the indic tment oth i than thai contained " in the newt dispatches. He declared .. v that until the details of the e nurses Bs iii.ni in the Indiotmenl wen ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

8 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1920. j I SHAKE-UP 0U I IN DOG SYSTEM American Kennel Club to Take: Steps to Form New Rules There's a near upheaval in the I making among the members and ! patrons of The American Kennel club, the dominant . dog organization of this country. vr tnp system of ; judging now in vogue. The fart that j B a person needs only a fee and the H ability to write for a license lias j apparently resulted in some un- ; scrupulous officials who have liter i ally turned things upside, down at some recent shows. Officials of The ; American Kennel club took no no- lice of the many protests on Oie Judg- j ing system, until the present fummoY, and while no remedy has been of- I j ficlally promised. It Is understood there will be a shake-up in the sys tem before another year, j LARGE GROWTH The growth of the dog business, ac cording to Secretary New) on Day,. of ihe A. K. C. is more largely re- j sponsible for tho loose conditions surrounding the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

fi SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1920 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 9 1 LATE NEWS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT OGDEN, Tliurs. Aug. 26 I IWHITE SOX TAKE LEAD OF INDIANS Chicago Defeats Washington as Cleveland Drops Double Tilt to Boston BOSTON. Aug. 21. -t American) Lotton shut out Cleveland In o dnu I. It -heudor today, winmnt 12 to 0 ant I to Pi In earn gninr- Cleveland madi only three hits, Hoyt nnd Pcnnocfc pitching effectively . Wood had charge of th Cleveleni ' Bin In the absence o( Manag-r Speaker, who was reported us Improv ed :iinl planning to lenvo Cleveland tomorrow to take part in the double I. eider Monday In Boston, ftji, In the second game Scoti marie ' Sb S'e. two doubles and a triple g four timet up Score t gai R ii E iV I '' - la nil i i .1 I '!!. Morton. Klllson and JJIV O'Neill, Thomas; Hoyt and Schaiu; HI. A eond game B. H B E Cleeland . . 000 000 000 o 3 l njHsd I oat on 031 001 OOx 4 9 0 HH Kittterles. Coveleskle '.'lark and fMflE O'Neill; tVimock and Walton. fiflESjl NEW ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1920. W I TWO'FEATURES I ENLIVEN TRADING Emma Silver and North Stand ard Show Greatest Activity on S. L. Exchange W The trading in mining stocks S8- terday on the Salt Lake Stock & Mln Ir.g Exchange was very lihi. there ! only being one or two very acthe (j stocks. These were Bmnia Silver and j?j North Standard. M M shares of the former changing hands at 1C, while M ' 3.'.. 500 hates of the latter brought 19 swe Eureka EJy brought 6V4e. Columbus Rexall was steady at 3 Sr. hhi Tintic j went at 8!tc, New Qulncy sold at HI ; r. c, Naildiivcr brought GSc Eureka. ( Bullion sold as high as 8-, Rico Ar-. ' gentlns txomlii J'r. Stiver Shield changed hands at 17c; South stand-, ;;rd was steady at 24c, and WpodlftWIl'l changed hands at 10 and lGVc, (iiotaUons furnished "' irfvs4i vrfre f .1 V Boglv v 5 o . tcclCS Building.) HHHj Alt Con .05V4 5 06 Albion uio , mm American Con "1 j - ' 1 , Tunnel ... ' HHJ Beaver Copper 00 ' i Big M...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

m -- - MMiMMMMM, j i4 j fc 'iljl SUNDAY !VlUKJNfN(j, AUGUST 22, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 11 I 1 j FOR SALE t Real Estate j it HV OH NKR-Undfrn w. II bulll mmBBM hom- in best locution in ellj iS 1' H mrnti COO Tn.ntv fnnrrh I'honr a B riral Rftntr Insurance H Now strictly nxulrrn six-room bungalow. HQ Itin room, fireplace, furnace, hardweod KH Poors and numerous built lit features. This tM In cho''-e location on bmch and Ik HrH cheap at thr price, IJSOfi Iw j I j J convenient to paved atreel and car llna RH Ha cement basement and sleeping porch WjOtmm Price 1500 J JJi ecrea in choice location and convni H lent tn tin Improved n fol'own- H l-'oirr room brlrk hnuae nml garagt Vg Int well. nh;irn nnd lawn. An idt-al BB for m d'Onni; i rh.np mt'Uihan home. 7a 11 Fm 147 Hudson A VI n Alhfl mt-rn Th itrr In next door. 4632 I "OR BAUD By mnnn: Six room home. H modem except haetl WCCllcnl location. A VH winter In. Art quick. Call 1K09 (or appointment. 4 . f A OREAT BARGAIN t Well bu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

ehr &attt.arn-iLattmtgr Zi,.,, 1 I Ik LAUGH RIOT YOU j 1 Looking for Par!or?Bedroom & Bath? 9 Most people are. No wonder. It's the funniest play M VA Ogden has seen in many a day. Also a great comedy 1$ I "MARY'S LITTLE LOBSTER" j I IlITII MFFr 7 1 I ill ill hkilitiAiy. Ji B Vhere you always can depend upen seeing a good w V Show. IHlBAGil 1 fBijpm Grace Harris Completes Li brary Course at Lake Chautauqua Miss Grace Harris, librarian at the , h Carnegie Free Library, has returned B from Lake Chautauqua, U , whero she completed a library course MiM Harris staled today that she' H' had spentan Ideal summer. The: B weather was delightful, and Intense iiiK heat was unknown at the lake, she I said. , ' A i the conclusion of her seven weeks' course. Miss Harris received a ceitificato of graduation from the Chautauqua School of Librarians, she said. The rour. covers a period of four ears. -"Miss Harris said that Mrs, Ada Qrlswold, whom she accompanied est, will return next week Mrs...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

SECOND SECTION OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 22, 1920. j ;l HERE ANDfHERE IN THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY I j Girls' Leader I Coming Here S In September i Uniform Dress for Siudent: ' Among Topics Discussed ! by Representatives 1 The Kiri- Communit) pro- 'S, gram In ogdm VM thoroughly dls- oussed Monday afternoon, when rep--V reeantatlves of various iromtD'i orgs luxations ract at the homo i Mrs. 1 Eccles .m Twenty-sixth btrsei and fLfe .1. ft. rson incniK'. HW Kor the purpos.- of bringing ghl( hAV, i.-. ogden to ii Cloner relationship nnd to a better iimlersta tiding, the women fln at the meeting diSCUSSed girls life fill- W9K y Including hi i 'i'"1 1 ours, ! fVI nrk nnd her recreation. UK' H. W. Arbury. who is in ogden In EJCfJ U interest of Community Bervlc I ' also present at the meel i V 9 , the requeei of thos pi es ni oi thel - us with IT .'iriv' Community Service elsowhere. ' He i:ugg'-sted that Steps b taken to secure a competent and efficient leader to taJcr hold of the ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

r m 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAYMOENING , AUGUS 1 22, 1920. JJj I Brigham Society 4 ! BRIGHAM, Aur. 22. A wedding oft last week that Is of Interct to ninny j was thai of Miss Bttiel Stander, daughter of Mr. fin.l Mrs. Alvln Stan-I .rr oi" Hear River City, and .Mr. Asa faylor, son of Mr Appollo Taylor of Wlllard, which took place In g gen Thursday Both bride mid Rroomi Were former students of the Box 151-. iet high hool. Since leaving that H institution. Miss Stander has perform M a mission to the Northwestern; States and has taught In the Bear River school. Mr Taylor enlisted J H in the service at the outhreak of the m war end received a commission at one .." i lie training camps Since the close Ht of the war he han been engaged in igrtdultural pursuits and in at pres- B cnl county agent at Canon City, Col- orndo. Mr. and Mis Taylor will make their home at that place H Mr Lawrence Wallace of Salt Iakc City visited Wednesday and Thursday 1 with his wife and son who are spend-...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl BBBBBsl f M SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER I SOCIETY Wffl i 1 J,-JllX.U7Tg f II- I -J ' JF fl rrr.Uri'-k and H children Ol K'1on left Monday for BH few weeks' lih H Hnrdlsty, Alberta. '.inndu. and will WM I LMwMm other western points before returning Kl tcr, Kll', of Ktwnty, Neb., who huve. mm MHH will remuln at the Frederick home Bh durlnK their absence. Sb SBBBBBBBBB wJVH Mr. and Hit William Lloyd and .- f daughters, Kathryn an flBjBS on. Harold, and their guest.. Mr. and yVHS Mm. Marry Steven. of Roil Oaks, In.. ,lr mm on i HHHI Mrs Stevens Is a Mrs. Lloyd. DHI Miss Margaret Fox of Kansas City LiBkH I visiting her sister. Mr. Joseph La- 'L Las . H and Mrs. Walter Bell have rc- W tuined from a delightful motor trip VMammm Mr- and Mrs. Leonard I'nrnoff. nc- QISB ccnapaiiied by their two sons and their i.at-.r part ofthe we. for Qmahs where the? will visit re llvei g-. , I ' Lo X -.- ! - to ' i . - i va itlon. She will spend much of flf...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

I 1 , THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER $ I (Y flcwer ijWx"i&: I G .. .. I MSk Ml A Is in the g if Simplicity and Perfection ,. ' ; v ri; Drapery. ' ' v saMP A Dancing Gown of Silver Brocade i I'Jkpf Against a Background of Satin. 0 lfl?0 Intrndtlonnl PMnre Serrlee. Inc. Grout Britain LDY DLTF-CORDON. the famous "Unfa- of London, and foremost creator of fashion, in the world, write each week the fashion article for this newspaper, presenting all lhat is newest and best in styles for well-dressed women. Lady DufJ-Gordon't Paria establishment brings her into dose touch with that centra of fashion. Lady Duff-Cordon'j American eslablijhmenU are at Nos. 37 and 39 Weal Fifty-seventh street. New York, and No. MOO Lake Shore Drive. Chicago, , i By Lady Duff-Gordon ("Lucile") EVENING gowns seem to me moon. flowers, beautiful blossoms that bloom not In tho strong sunlight, but beneath the pale moon. They are o all gowns the most poetic. Romance exudes from their gossamer fold?. Three typical mo...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

1 SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1920. THE OGPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 5 j W - 9 SmwfulEofA DrexdRumwmRomance I fm A bandoned by Her Husband When His I Left Penniless in a Foreign Land on I Mv TF lSt2T?t Newport Home of the J j, ' Drexels, Where Mr. John R. i 'Al S'Sr ' Drexel Has Been Entertaining JU ' ,.J$ 7 1 vi My, Little Dreaming 1 f'&$k5r That Her Daughter Was Face I jwSflltoBffilL' to Face With Actual Poverty U mfeM'! and Suffering. v TUB nrst oirijn nx-nt on record in wntcu tbo bride-to-be ran the whole affair driving away from homo In her own car, picking up her waiting lover from his hiding place In a city park and whlsk L ing him off to be secretly wedded by a P-: suburban parson- has ended In the most f dismal kind of unhapplness, poverty and ! actual suffering for the wife and her young baby. Miss Alice Drexel, daughter of the very rich and fashionable John It. Drexels, of Now York, Newport. Philadelphia, London and Paris, was the dashing heiress who 4-ave surprising proof ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

r l 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1920. 1 j j " - ' p gB The Ogden Standard-Examiner fffrfjflwj 1 11PPP AUTOMOBILE SECTION PSPIPI I I Statistical Review Shows I StS elopments Highways Easily Outclass Railways in Mileage, According to Report; Rhode Island Has Auto for Every i Nine Yards of Railroad Track I WASHINGTON. D C A statistical review conducted by the government o motor development during ihe last decado shows some results Ibal are simply amazing. An idea of the development of motor transportation during the past ten, years can be obtained by comparing it with the development in railroad trans poi ration. A comparison of railroad' mileage wiwtta highway mileage Bhowe ihat throughout the entire United otates the highway mileage is approxi mately ten timc3 greater than the rail road mileage, the figures showing that there are 2,478,552 miles of higha i and 253.626 miles of railways. For eery mile of railroad there are ten miles of highway; for every r...

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