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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

w m J Is i SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 192G. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 . SEASON AFFECTS H BATTERY ACTION I Regular Inspection Is Uraed by J Ignition Expert of Chees- I man Firm H "With rvcry change of erann. own- H era should have the batteries in their 1 ran. Inspected. ' Mr Bowman of HH the Cheesman Automobile company. EH "Oa refill attention to thlx part of the BH automobile will ellmlr.t" . VH of every driver's onr t rouble. A nea- WW aM eonal Inspection genrntlly taeures the tmM nbaenco of any trouble originating Vfjfl from that source. t tH "Tun rn HH In their treatment of t li - batterft v It HH takes hut n few mlnu to read tilt HH upeelflc gravity of the solution In irh h i ' gem-rally done only occasl ir.allv. r Another labll lathi rilling o B the battery with undivided water I Danger Attached to Handling of Gasoline Thoe who handle grii,llne as a mat ter of ordlnar everday custom are often quite oblivious to Its potential dangers. An Kngllsh Journal tells of a motorcycl...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

, Viii 8 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 221920 IMAWY PHYSICIANS NQWUSNGAUTQS Two-thirds of Doctors in U. S. Have Autos in Use Of the 147,813 doctors in t ho I'ntted States listed In the latest directory of pnyslelans, two-thirds of tills number vpe tnotor cars, according to figures SCently compiled tinder the auspices .1 ihe National Automobile Chamber Commerce City doctor find the i si-nger car a convenience and tin nwet. Doctors tn rural districts fl.id the motor car Indispensable. Statls Ljcs show that more than 90 per cent o' the country doctors own passenger c:i rs. The death rate on the farms has I imi higher than in urban districts. Hill Is largely because the remote rcss of medical care has made rapid i . . .it men I of .1 ise.i .liiti.vilt ami has la.mper.Ml the Spread of knowledge Hoarding sanitation There are fewer ( doctors to area In the western states' than in the east. Mlth or middle west The popula tion Is more scattered Hut many of tRo eastern st...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

p I ' ' t- 1 K Hh SB T"-""" --------- jl MAGAZINE SECTION OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST 22. 1920. II THE STANDARD-EXAMINER'S PAGE Of FOREIGN DISPATCHES I jl IN SAD PLIGHT. WEHNESE m m Capital of Austria. Too Big for Country to Nourish. Doomed. Prediction Written for International v arc Ser- i, ttlV riot mil London Dallj Mtrrioi i .i Special i orrespondi ni 3hLHe VIK.VNA. Aug. -The Kh: r'&Uwmmm ot Vlerma has oftm been roferrod to SKDI by newspaper correspondents or tx- M 4f pi iin i i app al f Wlj mi, k the , f j I ratwhtle and ligli -hearted capl- , ;J tal on the Danube may evi i the belief that 1 e beer grot exaggerated But the Strang- , W ' i - I the L V Knr the bulk of tho population, and ja. more particularly , for them between the millstones of profiteering nd labqr i H n E I i Di CTH A'3B When they have eaten up their cupi- ' .' ' v tmmmwM tal and their household Roods they jEMum have to choose between slow rtarva- ' -ii3B tl0" onl volun,arv death. There are UtmWW...

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

2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1920. . astFar East Trade for U.S.inModerieizlngGities I Wonderful Improvements in Tokio, Yoko hama, Canton, Pekin and Othej Places Ages Old Start Unlimited Demand for Wide Variety of Material and Experts to Use It - By CLARENCE E. BOSWORTH r -Mil: destruction of old buildings the K I construction of new ones, together K with tho paving and repaying of M slreels, proved so disturbing to a recent Hj Frglish visitor to America that lie i- H msrkcd: "You will have" a most extraordi- H nj.'-y country here once you succeed In fln- Ishlng It. but It Is so young yef you cannot H hope for anything hut a continuation of all V this bother for years to come It is different m In England because w e are so much older " England cerlainly nas a reasonable claim to being an old established ountry. but It MITSUBISHI BNKl, NE.NX BUILDING UNDER. CONSTRUCTION T?e REBUILDING of TOVIO, UAnPN'S 0V 5vU) CAPITAL and LARGEST C1TV M" Te LEFT VvV CENTRM ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

fjfl Sunday, August 22, 1920 I 1 1 AJEFFMakeUpiRjudgtreRtforAiiDefiGieiiciiitiGoardge I 1 BAnd JEFF Was Ortlu Truing to Do MUTT aFavor. I m iv ni 1 1 1 I f 'PP", I'M ASHAMED OF TTT " ' m. VEeTHvrurrle I o , i - Feu-oiv down -me smeer Z, , LWAS A -s i ij r j ftf vth hi; back this way? ccr4HTeE5oMe I r " A C. if 5LI ;1ELL AS t PASSED I HCARD HIM a,V7 FoRYoUP COWARDICE NO &UY IN THt WORLp I I I 1 j x&&- , n-T A5 e" A; - srs YOU I I W ' vJEPF, I GOTA SCHEMA TO 1 I r V MAKE COIN . I KNOW WHEUE THIS ffi THT I 'W&L? Sv7PoK"WHe- 1 softest n&1 I I yCWUr NOTHIMOr ' Jt I EVER Struck- I AIN'T J , . What do IE. ' Licksalyown TLE J 1 w,".. l"! ? YUHWANT? ISy - Ssn, 1 Ic&OT AN Ate two JcKs ffiS, Jw Copyright, 1011 by Kin 1-eatures Syndicate. Inc. ij j I i Jl l . J , i : : J I il ! j fSr 5 caLtVhe ()) I j j. 1'opyrijM, I'M, by' King "ftiitMrM Symltcat. tu..

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, Iy-ss r: rs- . i lu , i i I AND HER NAME WAS MAUD Irf , , 14 . IJ I HOT Doos ANof 1 ' I I !--'" llHfrl iWu l , ;; HeESAKE0 1 a) "r1ji3-- I I j CHEESE CAKE ! MOOHXMN HOUSE ) J j f I ( "MA 1 r 1 I , To fee continued hfmi supply )

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

- - - SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER I i i I c i mJJ 1 , M 'J... f DtR DOCTOR SAYS I'M FAT- I SHOULD TAK PLEASE MISTER If BOTMIND 1 - S H rALLDER J SIXiPfl()HFOLSCFIlSS.DMDEN RON AROUND OON't BE A LOBSTER! BR0M6 ) I 2 A I- I IfvlT C f 1 FflOMNFsl L ) A M.IE SEVENTIES! BETilzR COME ) VE OOTTO HAVE DOT BACK! ' A Zi- $3uJL 1 VUNl L ' i mvKiAiNj U couple of niiesj j. re r a utue vhile- JflJ U J Hf immf i 9 t 18 UumD here iss f.fe) cl !f ptjj I 1 p p I rl 33 ""11 f clPZ " I I 00 U l 9 3 1 " 1 o 1 v-I I LL 517 wO I OF I I I T, SffJ i - UNP FlOHT LIKE A L Jig 0 5 -ft- XJ-ffk. I V L L El ' V, O Cok"omi ii t o Kino Fitum SyndicaTi i c Z. I

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

6 : THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1920. f 1 rit'v Utrfx :Jx I There's a Big Difference between M" .nffifgLl aw I nvitation and a Dare - I I II . " 1 I I ) 111" I ' rr 7" Tr Ar l85 " in ome so Really JL. IAAS-AN ( C M . ' I S B I Bj I J . , , T 1 p 1 : , i'lif-Hwiiii inii-i.-i imn i p i.mii lui'.n i linn-1 ih.:j:j ii immi JU5T A MOMENT 1AT1E5-) NoWT&ll U5 I ylJ Of.MU; j i Eie, I pJ j

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

mM 9H SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 22. 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER . 7 .H I Ckauvilles Secret- Jv I Synopsis of Previous Chapters. IV!AN RENTON and Eddie Haverton. modern soldiers of for- tune, have boon gamblins: with Hubert Baxenter. a prosperous ' " attorney. In hla Ixmdon apartments Aftor their departure lata I im at night Renton returns to the house, murders Baxenter and hides r 4H tho body on the roof. While waiting for night tn come again in order ffl to make his oscape. he finds in a desk a curious old yellowed docu- IjH ment telling of a mysterious chest left in the care of one of Baxen- I W ancestors by a French nobleman, the Marquis do Dartlgny. of the Chateau I hauvllle The (best has been handed down from ono wtSL generation of Baxenfers to another and carefully guarded in the hope g that some day its rightful owner will be found. Renton decides to jM pose as the missing heir and claim the chest. He goes to Franco to LV make jomc needful Inquiries about the Dartlgny Bl T...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 August 1920

I : OGPEN srAMDARD-EXAMTNTR SUNDAY MORN1INU AUGUS1 as. 19Z0. 1 'Stella looked up from under the brim of her hat. 'Haverton, Mr Dartin, Eddie Haverton,' she said. For once the nerves of Vivian ( ; Renton played him false. For M y' the life of him he could not repress the start of fear." g f$ . IfContmvrA from Pirrrdiinj Page) ! didn't catch his name Harton, Isn't it9" Stella looked up from under th9 brim of her hat. "Haverton, Mr tiartin, Eddie Haverton." For once the nerves of Vhian Renton played him false. For the life of him he could not repress the ttart of fear and all the will power of which he was possessed was un able to force the blood back to his cheeks. The danger was so near, so present and he had thought It dead. Eveu at this moment the motor containing the man he de sired last in all the world to meet might come through those great gates which peeped out among the trees. He glanced In the direction of the road as he dropped limply into a chair. Wally Burns was the fjrst...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 August 1920

M 1 Fift,eih vcar-No. 21T" PruTc f ve ccnti 5 OGDEN CITY, UTAH MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23,192a "TaSTEDITION 4 P. ivT. I SOVEF ARMY IS TRAPPED; 75,000 TAKEN I CROWN PRINCE COMES TO U. S. TO FORGET PRIDE HE GAVE UP V NEW YORK. An ?3 fr-orrn Prince r.nrn), of Rumania, soldier and VBj diplomat who traveled across the I'nlted Stales on his trip around tho ,t3H world, arrived hero today front Niagara Tails for a six days" visit heforo SB sailing next Saturday fur Europe on the Aquitanla Although he had ex ,jH pressed a desire to maintain strict Incognito while hero, u dinner In his honor H has been arranged for tonight by James W. Gerard, former American am- SH bassador to Germany. .H Crown Prince Carol of Rumania la touring America, gossip cays, to for- ffll get the peasant bride he has given up. The marriage was annulled so that' JH the prince might succeed to the throne This picture of the prince smlllm: .fJU i with a bevy of San Francisco girls would Indicate that, under the influence ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 August 1920

2 THE OGOEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23 1920. $ IpResirvoI I I will heal Apply it freely after cleans- y vV-h. H M b-on to iricrer' rn MCCM Calls on Democratic Opponent to Prove Charges of Large Contributions MARION, O, Aug. 2S. Governor Cox's charge of n Republican cam .:ilin fund of 115,000,000 was charne-j icrr.eri by Senator Herding yesterdayi H "absolutely untrue" snd "perfectly H Declaring lie seconded cordially the fl challenge r Republican National H Chairman nays to the Democm. nom-l H luce to produce evidence or excessive-1 H Republican contribution;, Air. Harding Said he W4S not fearful of c rOSUltl of any in rsilgailon of tho party trCas- H "We court the tulles; Investigation H our funds, in he H suid. "Not dnl) are statements of ex H osaive 'expenditures absolutely untrue H but as a mailer Of t, v. r an- having difficulty In producing fundj H Ribtely need to cuuducl t! campaign H us It, should )- conducted. Stories 61 it $16,000,000 fund uro perfectly rl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 August 1920

F- I - mBmmmmmm imi -t-"- " smkii illllllllllilllillBiilBBswBiBlBBVB MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 192C. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EX AM1INLK 3 IbV fl WE HAVE THEM- mm HI LATEST 11 1 Victor Records J ! In our quiet, cool demon- M u stration rooms you have itfi. f ?'vV,y the best opportunity to H JB thoughtfully make your jP STATE ANDJDABO NEWS A Latest Itonis of Interest From Utah and Gem Statl I' TO MOVE CITY FORJP SITE Location of American Falls May Be Changed When Work Is Started POCATELLO. Idaho. An? 22. Th American Falls dam, which will neces sitate the removal of the present city of American Falls to a higher eleva tion, will be under way b the first of the year present plans Indicate Since the right to construct the dam has been granted by the government, most of the time has been spent in surveying and securing ground for the ' overflow, which will back water ;.p r. Imately five miles from the pres- 3am and within ten miles of Poc? -, ans now provide for the American 1 s dam to furnis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 August 1920

Jfi J 4 ,, THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, J1920. I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER I PUBLISHING COMPANY j Entered Second-Class Mntter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. Established 1870 Member of th Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press All independent Newspaper, published every evening and 8uc day morning without a muzzle or a club. j Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH 78t?fet, ONE YEAR W.0O ...CU MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local n published herein. I RISE OF FARM LAEOR Revolution in England ' But a bloodless one ! If one were writing in the exclamatory style of the movie see hario author, the above is the waj in which lie would start telling about one of the greatest end most noteworthy labor movements nol bnly in England but In the whole world. For it would tell how the laborer on the English farms, hither...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 August 1920

MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER o H IlLOVE and MARRIED LIFE) I fcu, the noted author P f MGlone Gibson p Im LES OALL s Helen came over to see mo this mornlngr. Helen Is really much hap pier than she usd to he. She told me. however, that she had heard of Charles attentions to Ruth, and she thought that It would prove a very lovely thing if they would make a match. I rather hated myself for u little pang because Charles had heen 83 devoted to me for so many years that I could not quite see him for the iusband of any womj", even i 0 charm ing and so good a friend of mine as th And then I said to myself, tvatberlne. don't he a dog in the manger. Charles and Ruth are par ticularly suited to each other, and he will make a lovely falh?r to her three children." Hcir aatd to me that Ruth had promised little Bobby that he should conic to her and his father verv soon j again, and she seemed quite happy about it. After we had had a little tal!c Helen went with me ov...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 August 1920

. nnw. v imm- IssM r I g THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1920. I These Summer Lines I MUST GO CLARK S POSITIVELY WILL NOT CARRY OVER SEASONAL FOOTWEAR FROM ONE SEASON TO THE NEXT. jj New stocks, latest styles and models for every season U I Clark's unalterable policy. j Consequently, all summer footwear is being moved now re- !l gardless of sacrifice involved. Here are opportunities to fit out every member of the fam ily with pumps, oxfords and shoes for the remainder of the summer, and early fall almost on the basis of two pairs for the price of one. I Gentlemen's Ladies' Pumps I Oxfords and Oxfords In Palm Beach and Whlto A wonderful opportunity to ! Canvas. A really excellent buy a 6tylish pump or oxford. J line of oxfords, complete as Seasonable for several weeks to styles and sizes. Our best yet. Values up to J0 OP line of $5 and $6 OT $7 50, for JJ.OJ values for . . j)j.OJ Poplin Pumps with French Oxfords regularly priced at heels. In values running to $...

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. — 23 August 1920

MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1920. . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER Z i III WEIL WIN WITH W ATTIS I B " H I II i- jgl I Utah Republicans Must Nominate a Governor I 5 Who Will Stand Fearlessly Against 1 I U I Democratic Efforts to Ruin 11 I Utah's Industries 3 1 !' The foundation of Utah's growth' and prosperity has been the sugar industry. Since the first struggling pioneers introduced irrigation for arid land the growing of sugar beets has been the backbone of the state's development. j i DEMOCRATIC TRICKERY EXPOSED 1 I For purely political purposes the Democratic leaders are now attempting to destroy this great industry by prosecuting I Utah sugar manufacturers for selling a small portion of their product at the market price established through the country. j They made their first effort in 1913 by taking the tariff off of sugar at a time when the sugar industry of the intermoun- j tain country would have been ruined. Many factories had already closed down their plants, but the Europea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 August 1920

S O-IE OGDEN STANUAKD-KXAMfNER MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1920. IKolehmainen Creates Record in .Marathon Star Runner Shows World of Class in Feature Event of Olympic Games; Lossman Finishes Fifty Yards Behind Winner; Americr.r? Relay Team Established New World Mark ANTWERP, Aug. 22. (By the Aa- sociated Prc?s ) Hanncs Kolehmaln H cn, representing Finland md holder H of several American distance records. and championships, today won th B seventh Olympic Marathon. H e showed wonderful endurance '-nd cov I I , ered the distince, "6 miles 885 yards, in ihe remarkable time of 2 hours B minutes 4-5 seconds, through mud H and r:iln. This broke the old record H by more than four minutes. ' The rriit cars thnt have passed H since Kolehmalnen won thrp ch.am H pionshlps at thr- Stockholm Olympics. s:cm to have passed llg!-..ly over his H head and to have Increased, rather H .than diminished, his stamina and speed. Through almost the entire dls H lance Koh-hmalnen :is H tended by Charles Gltsha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 August 1920

I - MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 9 j Appreciate jjJP "OjHERE is a decided preference I during the warm weather for distinctive treatments in hose. This is but natural due to low fhoes making this bit of apparel an impor tant factor in your appearance. I You will find here silk, silk faced I and lusterized lisle, which will ap- I peal to your good taste as much as J their wearing qualities will appeal to j j your judgment. St HERMITAGE HOTEL GETS MENTION IN ARTICLE IN INDIANA PAPER 9 9 j The Hermitage hotel in OgUen can- 1a i unii-s In for :i lilt of iili-r.si n i 9f publicity in an article written fur the 9 Indianapolis News, by "Old Timer." W The article Is headed, "High Bcen- " 4 cry and Low Prices ' it followc m Reflecting on the Incidents ot uno jtl of the moBl delightful trip the writ- yrSP er ever foci. the Journej :" the San . Francis nvention and return the H osali bi bjeel of prices begins to j divide attention with the sc Wf'UU Though man ca...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 August 1920

.. MPSTANDAR O- K X A M I N b R I MINING STOCKS I GROW STRONGER Indications of Betterment Are Seen in Day of Fair Activity The trading today In mining stocks ' -n the Salt Lake Stork & Mining Kx- change VU fairly active. The general tendency looked a little stronger. Alta Con. changed hands at 5 Mi and I "'ic. Black Metali sold at E and 5o, Buralca Ltlj Was Steady al Iron King hrought 2:-2 "nd 28 c, Michigan WM I'tah sold up to S'4c, Emma Silver WM wti! active at 4 '-4 and (fie Sells I hrought 5 'Ac, Silver King went at J 1.40. Tintic Standard sold Steady :it closing with this price bid I for It nnd $3.40 asked, nnd North J Si .ndard showed a little strength, ",- WM ('0 shares changing hands at 3c. I (Quotations furnished ucr privuto wire of j. v Bogle ft Co., ii Eoules Building;.) 3lrt Ask fMjM Alta Con $ . 06 ,0f4 isB Athlon OS'.c, .10 ! I American Con OlVs .OS1, Alta Tunnel .. .. ... . 06$i .06'. beaver Copper oo ,4 -00)fc Kig Hill 03 05 Bullion oj',2 04 lilack Metals . 04 1 ...

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