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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 April 1920

-ME OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL Zt. 1920. . 11 f Pfl : r t Haymond Will Try For New World Record l IKS DEFEATED rm FAST GOWTEST Hf v Boston Defeats New York: H Aggregation and Wine HH ' Fifth Straight. I - mW ' I IH AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won. Lost Pet. '-)' . Boston 5 0 1.0P0 Chicago 2 0 1-000 Cleveland .4 1 .800. Bl. Louis 1 .500 Washington 2 2 .500 Philadelphia-i..' 1 3 .250 New York ... 1 4 .200 Detroit 0 5 .000 Yesterday's Games. New York 2, Boston 3. Chicago 1, St. Louis 0. (Called in third inning, fog.) IH f leveland 11, Detroit 10. -'nH 5 -Washington S, Philadelphia 5. ?BI BOSTON, April 20--P.ofon won its jnttV r5,!h straight game mday, getting twt &SjmwM runs In ne nJnln 0lf Shawkey. .Uc.it ' ing New York, 3 to 2. Foster walked 99H in the ninth, Scott sacrificed, Eibet K&H " Ml for Walters and singled, scoring, IIHhSH '"' Foater. After pinch hiring K?rr fan- JKmWm nej. Hooper singled, McNallj walked f&jSB a 'id Menosky's single to right c.nrei jBB 'score...

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. — 21 April 1920

Irf r . I ' V 12 ' . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1920. ILIGHT TRADEIN ! MININGSTOGKS Tintic Standard and Keystone Weaken Today; North Standard Active i Trading today on tho Salt Lake I Stock & Mining Exchange wa3 consid ered rather dull, with no particular features. Gonoral tendency through out the market was very -weak, with the prices In the majority of the Issues shoeing the downward trend. Tintic Standard and Keystone, which were hoth rather strong yesterday, weak ened today, tho former selling as low as $4.77A and closing with this price bid for It. while the latter changed hands as low as 99 cents, .it closing with only 07 cents bid and ?1.02J asked. Alta Con. changed hands at JH cents, American Con'. Copper brought 3 cents; Big Hill changed hands at 11 cents; Columbus Rexall sold at 61 and 62 cents; Iron King brought "-PA cents; Lehi Tintic was steady at 17V2 cents and 18 cents: Mlchipan-Ulah and New Quincy both changed hands at 7A cents; Sells chang...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 April 1920

HSHHH "' "5?s CMJM :n , THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21. 1920. 15 ' i fl J FOR 3 ALE 1 - ReajEstate H I HAVE one of the best 20 sere farms, U - hoiiso and outbuildings worth half the 1 prlno asked, ptlll have some choice horn'?. B They Kill nnver be cheaper Call In nl Mm let' go hoc Ihcin, J, N, Pieroft, ReqJ Es Hatp nnd Ipnns. 602 Eceles Bdg. Tele. 475, 713 H A.PAKTMENT house. Inquire Burton WnJ- ker Lumber Co. Ii H 20 ACHKS at Clinton. close to school and rluirch. One of the bout forms In 'hat mm district. Land plowed 'rndy for planting beeta, otc, Spmn nlfalfn. Small family mm orchard, trees of all varieties, beanies of nil hinds, beautiful rlmdM, 3 room houso, rtnnles. etc. Wo are fortunate in getting th listing. Thin place has plenty of watpr under Davis and Wftber canal. For n fqw day? we can offer M place at a price less than land of clmilfir auallty In wimn district has sold without water this spring. SMITH fc FLINDERS CO. Upstairs Commercial Bank 713 , THE ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 April 1920

H j - - -f ,1 - ''ffjofTr t i i"nn BBBJ BYW BYa BB BH l WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, tellllE3gamte7 " " " ' OGDEN, UTAH l I FORTY-THREE OGDEN CONCERNS PUT AMERICAN PLAN IN EFFECT MERE; NOTICES BEING DISTRIBUTED TODAY II Notification to employes of the ; I adoption of the American plan of em- , I ployment In Ogden Is being made to- clay by cards distributed to the plants I and business places of forty-threo' I local concerns. I The announcements read: ; I Wc are affiliated with the Utah, I Associated Industries and this busi-; I ncss Is Ijclnj: conciliated under tho: I American Plan of Employment." j I W. W. Raw-son' of Ocden who haa I ' been appointed manager of Industrial I J relations under the Utah Associated, I k Industries went to Salt Lake this I morning where he will confer with j I other officers of tho organisation on' I I tho now employment program. I I Prior to his doparture he made public this statoment signed by the II ' Ogden concerns: U i To the Citizens of UUh: After caro- f...

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

n Hf I , WEATHER FORECAST MM Kd it 1 B flSjl Hfff Hl iffl ilSf 9 AH Bl fi il Al TlB I li HI Quite often the most Interest jljH H nftieth vcar-No. k QGDEN CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M, A & A & A A A A A A o. .a. A A A A A A & " If Colonel Hall of Camp Lewis Hf to Command Troops H at Camp STAY OF TROOPS IN . MONTANA INDEFINITE B Call for Soldiers Sent Follow- H ing Disturbances on H Wednesday M SPOKANE, Wash., April 22. A detachment of the Twenty-first infantry left Fort George Wright, near here, for" Butte, Mont,, following re ceipt of orders late last night from western department headquarters. The troops left under the I command of Lieutenant Colo- I nel Americus Mitchell, took L.. with them full equipment with i heavy marching packs, it was t stated. Their stay, according . to Colonel George B. Duncan, i commanding officer at Fort j Wright, is indefinite. He de clined to state how many men j were included in the detach- I j nient. ....

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

Br H 19 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1920. I Advices From Private Sources Claim Two More States Have Seceded. MEXICAN EMBASSY MAKES ADMISSIONS Commission En Route to So nora to Adjust Trouble Be I twcen Factions. WASHINGTON, April 21. Reports i from Mexico, official and unofficial, to day emphasized the growing strength ot the revolutionary movement led by the state ot Sonora. Advices from private sources said two new stales, Hidalgo and Tlaxa-i cala, supported by their legislating and state troops, had joined in the se-1 cession movement. Other dispatches I told of scattering but strong additions Iiu me ii-iuiuuuuibib leu ay ucnerais ! Arnulfo Gomez, Rodolfo Gnllegos, Al ii bundio Gomez and Amaro Murango General Arnulfo Gomez was said to 1 h'tve occupied Tuxpan with 3,000 men . and to be threatening Tampico, the vital center of Mexico's oil region. Mexican Embassy Makes Admissions. The Mexican embassy issued n for mal statement on the situation, de 1 Glaring t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 April 1920

THE STANDARD-EXAIV1INER THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1 920. , 3 j I Deposed Guatemalan Presi- I 1 dent Ruled 22 Years; Many I Attempts on His Life I XJSW YOI1K. April 22. Mannct Estrada. Cabrera, deposed president of Guatemala; who is reported to have I fled to Cuba following a revolution whih began last February. had the distinction of provorulnc the Central American republic for 22 years. ' Growth of the Unionist party in Guatemala, the members of which J j . favored an amalgamation of all the ""4 flf" Central American republics under ' one government, was opposed by Ca- j i brera on the ground that it was "re actionary" Upon his Inauguration as president in mi 7 he Issued a decree j overlnp relations between Guatemala and Germany. During- the three suc ceeding years Cabrera's administra tion had been marked by internal dis sensions -and difficulties with Hon duras and other countries close to the Guatemalan border. Numerous upris ings occurred during1 his regime- and many attempts were ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 April 1920

Hi Hi, 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1920. 1 I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING- COMPANY Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogdcn, Utah ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of tho 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 $ -70 One Year '. $9-Q J MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. I' , V RIOTING- IN BUTTE. F Butte, for thirty years, Jias been the scene of strike disorders. Yesterday, in that milling camp, fourteen I. W. W. pickets and one l policeman were wounded in an exchange of shots. Aii element of humor appears in the Associated Press dispatch tolling of the rioting.. The Industrial Workers of the World were fa tight on the road" to Xeversweat. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 April 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1920. 5 " I i1 9 I ilOVE and MARRIED LIFElj 2ij, the noted author j 1 Idah MGlone Gibson j I A MATTER OF BUSINESS. "Just what does that oil buslncsa mean?" asked John of tho lawyer. "Mrs. Gordon's cousin can tell her that better than I," said the lawyer. "That la one of the things, Kathvr . .Inc." said Charles, "for which your mother and I came to Atlantic City. Wc intended to tell you that a gusher had been struck on some property be longing to you in "Texas, but your mother's Illness and sudden death put It entirely out of my mind. I had in tended going down there to see about it as soon as your mother was settled with yoy." j "Well, I think," said John eagerly, "n. "that I can leave my business next - week and go down and see about it j ' myself. It won't be necessary to trou ble you. Charles colored. It wasn't a very nice remark. knew I must asaert myself -at this momonl or forever after hold my peace. Chnrlcs Cnn Do It. "I don't ...

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

I 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, APRIL 22 1 920 I HEWEOUIPMENT Q i Machine Gun, Ammunition and Summer Weight Uni forms on Way Here A machine gun and two cases of ammunition, an army escort wagon and outfits of summer weight unl ; forms and wearing apparel for eighty ! men have been shipped from the state guard arsenal at Salt Luke for Ti troop cavalry here preparatory to ' their summer training camp, accord - A Ing to Captain "W. B. Llndqulst, com j mander, today. ' The guardsmen expect to depart for I Fort D. A. Russell at Cheyenne on or I about Juno 14. All members were j 1 vaccinated Tuesday evening by Cap- I - tain .Relnhold Kanzler. Before dc- " parturo it is hoped to bring the troop to full strength of seventy men, among thoso needed being a horseshoer, a I trumpeter and five private recruits. I The term of enlistment" for previous service men is one year and for others three years. I I ?. Switchman Released I - ' Under $2000 Bond I Godfrey W. Raney, Ogdcn switch i m...

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

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1920. 7 B Ih GARDNER GIVES DEICfSlS I Missouri Governor Opening State Convention Outlines Many Issues ' JOPLIN, Mo., April 22. Governor Frederick D. Gardner delivered the keynoto address at the Democratle state convention here this morning, of which he was chosen temporary chairman. In his address Governor, Gardner indorsed the national admin-1 lstratlon, mado a plea for the adoption jh of the peace treaty and the covenant I j of the league of nations -without sub- "" stantlal alteration, declared for a j amall army and opposition to univer-j ' T ' Bal military training, condemned In-j dustrlal courts and extolled the record of the Democratic state administra tion In Missouri. He suggested that the Democratic national convention take action en dorsing tlyj league of nations, "not ob jecting to any reasonable Interprota- , tlon, but opposing a reservation (the it Lodge reservation of article 10) that B destroys the very keystone of the...

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

Hj THE OGDEN STANDM 192G. I Large Movement of Artillery Also Reported at Agua Prieta AGUA PRIETA, Sonorn, Mexico, April 22. Four hundred more Sonora soldiers arrived here early today after i night march from Naco for service on the Sonora-Chlhuahua border. N'inc hundred more are en route from Nico and Cananca. I The first large moment of artillery nrTso was on route and officers of the I ataff of General J. M. PIna said tho ' I Sonora troops would invado Chl huahua this week. General Carlos Plank, one of -Sonora's military lcad ' ers, arrivod here last night. General P. Ellas Calles, command- cr-in-chiof of the Sonora forces, nr rlvcd at Naco at midnight. j Soldlors and the civilian population of Agua Prioia wero jubilant last night when news was received that General I Alvarp Obrogon was with anti-Carran-j za forces in MIchoacan, and that fur titer defectlonn of Carraiysa soldiers had been verified. "Sonora has been practically cut off from communication with the other states of Me...

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

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1920. 9 - I ' Rruksregoro u I Passengers Going Through Ogden Breaking All Pre I cedents, Says Tracy Passenger traffic continues to break all records of previous years, i according to Depot Master S. H. Tracy. He stated this morning that Southern Pacific train No. 2 for today will arrive in two sections. The first section will have three standnrd j, sleepers and will carry 57 passengers I j when it arrives in Ogden. Three ad- dltional sleepers will be added In this city from Salt Lake route connec tions and when Train No. 2, first sec tion, leaves Ogden, it will be carrying 123 passengers. The second section will carry five standard sleepers. Three additional cars will be added here and passen-j gers will total ISO upon departure as compared with the 110 that arrived' here. Between 65,000 and 70,000 people tions to the east in San Francisco, it is stated. "Dead-head" Pullman carsj are- being .sent from Ogden daily in, an effort to reli...

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

j 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1920. . I II M ' STATE AND JDAMO NEWS 1 Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State j I. WATER DISTRICT ; : .PLAii EXTENDED Governor to Request Aid of , Davis County Commision- ers in Project ' , SALT LAKE, April 22. Steps look ing to the formation of tin Irrigation i district of the entire county, north of ' the Bonneville district, and the con servation ot about 1)0,000 acre feet of ' the flood water of the Weber, whioh ' is now being- wasted annually In Great I ' Salt bake, wero taken yesterday in! Salt Lake by Governor Uainborgcr, who agreed to ask the Davis county commissioners for aid in the project. The decision was announced by the governor to a committee of Davis ! county residents and officials, who urged such action. 1 New District. . Formation of the new district vlll open a way for the completion of the 1 Echo reservoir project, it is. thought, and the construction of the canal will ' make possible the big savin...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 April 1920

I 1 HE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1920. 11' Yankee Hockey Players Are Eager For Competition I yOU CiSfT KEEP .. ' II GOOD MM HMD Sport Feature Writer Praises Work of Al Sothoron. . By FRED TURBYVILLE. A fellow wh has enough brains to invent all the little tricks that Allan Sothoron Is famous for la small enough to .produce other foolers. There arc two kinds of pitchers: The pitcher with brains and a good I a rni'. , The pitcher with a good aim. j Sothoron is one of "the 'first class Thev declare he was a winning plttli or with the Browns because lie had sc much trick stuff; that most of -his rep- ertoire was bulff. Well, granting his critics are right, you must admit he has brains. ... x . And there is none but that MU Wl ' swear he has, a good arm. Wr' a They've Wlceii all his tricks aa F from him, but he'll come back v- itr. I . ' somethings else. Hc-ls young nnd-hls ' arm is as good as it ever was. His ' brain is better. So just watch foivAl ' lan Sothoron to wi...

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

If m j j 12 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1 920. H I Keystone and Naildriver Go I Downward in Salt Lake I Dealings I Tho trading today on the Salt Lake I Stock and Mining Exchange was much I i ino'rc active than it has been for the I ,tnst ten days or two weeks. The prlcsc I. however, in most of the issues re- I I mained unchanged, although there I I tvere few that moved slightly down- I ward. Keystone and Naildriver sold I off the most, the former opening at rS cents and changing hands as low as 1 Ji cents, while the latter opened at Gl 1 cents and sold as low as 62 cents; it rl&sing with Gl cents bid and 62 cents I asked. Tlntic Standard was also a , little weaker, it changing hands as low ur $1.72; Silver King Coal. weak- I cned considerable, it opening at $1.90 and selling as low as $1.S2; but strengthened a trille again before, the 'lose, closing with $1.S5 bid. Eureka Lily sold as low 19 cents; Columbus Rexall changed hands at Gl ! cents; Empire Copper b...

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

-------VH , 1HE UGDEN 5 1 AINUAKU-EAAMIINEK, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1 920. , l3 r j ' . FOR SALE j i Real Estate J .' FIVE room house, modern, cement cellar, ; 50 foot lot with barn. 3219 Wall avenue ; ) Phono 1G92-W. 7o7 . ! , BY OWNER-Good newly papered nnrl ' painted house. Terms. Phono 22. 771 ILi , SMITH & FLINDERS CO. Wi 4 i Over Commercial National Bank -' ' . City Hom Apartment 3V . 55S0O ', ; Vcrv attractive five room modern home, 5 ' ' ' , ' located on the benh Lot us show you. j.c ' -' 55250 f1,-:--:. ; Five room modem within easy walking: f-Vr ;:' distance. Good location. tff-A ' $3500 .-.' ' . Six room frame, modern. large lot. locat- i cd on tho bench. A decided bargain. " : ! ! $4500 lA"vj , Six room modern throughout, located In ,Vf4 i southeast part of city. A real buy. Ask for Mr. Doyle, j ' HAVE one of the best 20 acre farms. 1 r . house and outbuildings worth half the Oft . - price asked. Still have some choice homes "'.! ' They will never bo cheaper. Call In an...

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

I H I County Republicans to Elect Delegates to State Convention Chairman Arthur Woolley oC the Republican county central committoc In calling attention to the primaries to be hold in tho various districts of tho county tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock, in a statement today said: "These mas3 primaries arc held to afford all those who believe in the principles of the Republican party opportunity fo participate in tho pro cess of selecting tho delegates who will name tho candidate of the party! ' for president, and frame the Issues! i upon which tho campaign' will be I contcstod. It Is as much a duty of cit-1 Izonshlp to take part In tho selection i Of party candidates for office as it Isj to Vote at the election after contend ing tickets have been named. I enn ! not too strongly urge all Republicans to turn out Friday evening. April 23rd, to the various primaries and aid, by their presence and best consider ation In the selection of delegates." In addition to selecting three dele gates f...

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

Fiftieth Year-No. 99 Pric, Five cents. ' QGDEN CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M U If ilii IlIIUlI Carlo B. BriLtan Reported to ; ' Washington Authorities : As Suicide ' ADMIRAL ON DUTY IN CUBAN WATERS Decedent Had Record of Long i and Honorable U. S. ; Navy Service . WASHINGTON. April 23. Roar A'd milar Carlo B. Brittan. chiel of slaff A for Admiral Hoary B. Wilson, com- . -irtander p the Atlantic fet. cumin It ;' led suicide by shooiing himself yes ; idrday while on duty with the fleet in Admiral Wilson in advising the.niivy department of Admiral Britlan-'s death, "' gsivc no reason for tlio admiral's aci. Tlio body will be brought lo f ho 'Unit-ed-Stafes on the hospital ship Solace. Admiral Britain's home v.-as at Rich- P moiul, Ky. Admiral Brlttan' was born at Riric: r -vill.e.'-Lvy., ,3 years ago, and was grad ' Vxfaled' from tho naval academy in ISM aj0fcjdihjring the .Spanlsfennerirnafrslir served on the cruisers Newark' rnd f Brooklyn and auxili...

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

2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920. : ' V if Young Colored Maji Con I fesses to Scabbing Young I Girl Thirteen Times. STATE MILITIA MAY BE CALLED OUT Lures Indianapolis Child to Lonely Spot and Throws Body in River. ' INDIANAPOLIS, April 23. A mob : estimated at approximately fhc hum i tired men gathered early tonight at the ' Marion county jail arid supposedly h planned an attempt to lynch William N Ray, colored, who confessed early thh J -morning to the murder of 14-year-old j Martha Huff, on Monday evening. All tho police reserves have been called for guard duty. The firot arrest was made at S:30 ' o'clock when a man giving bin name as John Gilson, sixty-three years old. is said to have attacked one of (ho pa I trolman guarding the Jail. Tho police II attempted to disperse the mob, but f tholr numbers steadily increased. I ! Four additional orrosts were mado j shortly afterward while the polico f vjore driving the mob away from tho I? Jail. It waB scattered wit...

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