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

-9999999 H rSH mmm mmm I THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920. , , 5 , . S ILOVE and MARRIED HFfl the noted, author . j i Idali MGlone Gibson 3 ITEAHT'S DTCSIRK "But Katharine, " said Charles "do you know whore this is leading you? r am afraid If you persist In this Idea of handling this matter yourself you and John will como to the parting of tho ways." "Do not worry about that, Charles" I said Impulsively. "John Gordon thinks too much of money to lot a Irlch wife separate from him." Immediately the words were out of my mouth I was sorry r had said them, because I knew that what I had said demanded some explanation. MM But before I could explain. Charles a' again remonstrated. "Kathorine, pcr- . v haps that is tho way out of it all. If you would iurn everything over to . John, perhaps ho would see that it was best to tell you about the busi ness and allow you to J;ave some voice f , i in ihc matter. I really think, my it&rf I dear, that as long as you are his wlf...

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. — 23 April 1920

n . ,. ,., , , H 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920. H Farmers Notified of Time Water Allotments Will 2 Be Adjusted ! Notifying tho Irrigation committee " o Wober county working on water al v lotmcm adjustments that hearings are, 1 to be conducted In the various com munities by schedule arranged by th; county commissioners, "V. Preston Thomas, "Weber county agricultural t agent has forwarded the following letters to members of the committee: 'Arrangements have been made with i tho county commissioners whereby each town Is to have a certain date and time for hearing on water allot ment adjustments. The schedule or the coming week is as follows: April 2 7 Tuesday, 10 a. m., Hunts ille April 2 S-j Wednesday, 10 a. m., Farr West. "April 2S "Wednesday, 2 p. in., "Lden. "April 29 Thursday, 10 a. in., Mar riott. 'April 30 Friday. 10 a. m., Wilson. "he local irrigation committeemen and individuals from these towns .no to appear before the board-.of .county commissioners f...

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. — 23 April 1920

' ssssssia l HE OGDHIN 5 1ANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920. 7 1 : r?' OR. BUTLER lo fl FOR REDUCING . ! v 'Treasury Department Only Bf J? Government Branch Ade- p i quately Organized. P( . j MILWAUKEE, April 23. Every -J i' foreseeing man expects that armies will continue to exist for national de-j ';: " lkv fense and as factors in national devel- 3 opment, but hopes that armies will bo loss and less called upon to wago war, 1 Dr. NJcholas' Murray Butler, president J Jf1 of Columbia university, and candidate for the Republican presidential nomi- : t fef uation, told the city club tonight. j J , Speaking on reorganization of the ad-. j 'A minisirative Machinery of the govern-J 1:1 , men., Dr. Butler advocated that thei ;-Jr '.'! name of the war deoartment be! Ttf f'j changed to army department, so that i 'V Vj it would be analogous to the navy de .('' 5J partment. "There is a good deal in a n ' name and its psychological effect upon i J:. , the public mind," he said, "an army ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 April 1920

Ma? -. v"-'------ . -.' ri " - ' 1 8 - THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920. v , : iEHlDUSSUGAB 1 rSHOBMSEEN April Allotment Is Already - Given to Dealers, Says y Amalgamated Official Salt Lake jobbers dealing in sugjar held a meeting to go into the matter of; tho available supply of sugar in tho TJtah and Idaho territory between nou iind next October, when tho new beet sugar crop will bo marketable, ttc .pqrts were mado'that tho state J.- i.:o to face with a serious shortage of. su gar. S. ar. Edglll, vice president oC tho Amalgamated Sugar company, said today that "undoubtedly there will 3e a serious shortage. Wo have macl ; the April allotment to the jobbers, and on May 1 will make nnfVio. out Just exactly how much it will be I I Jrannot say today. "We are idling at ,1.3 cents, and in Chicago spot sjp.ar is bringing 30 cents, and thero is no s double that so'nio disreputable small 1 jobbers and others who arc not ordl- narily sugar dealers at all have got ! Into the game ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 April 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, ivzo. g L W APPROVE m RUHR ACTION t i it ';'-" "t&-' French Occupation of German Territory Threat for Treaty j h , K ' Enforcement I; v.- PAKIS. April 23. Premier Lloyd. " ' '& . Gcorgro of Great Britain would approve! j of Anglo-French occupation of the) l (. ' Ttuhr dlatrict of Germany in the event ' $ . the Berlin government should rofuac, t ; h to suitably live up to the revised terms, Itr' fry of-the Versailles' treaty, saiJ "IVrti-j -1 nax," political editor of the Echo de 'j; f. i Paris. He says intimation to this f- i ' . feet has coino though a mombor of the :V ;- . Brltiath premier's suite, for the p'ir-i j pose of overcoming Premier Miller-j ' ' and's opposition to revision of the ; v ' Gormn n . treaty, .-a. - , j)" "Maneuvers at San Remo," a?se-'s Pcrtinax, "having the purpose of r;"cr-( s"f .''''1 coming French opposition to re..-.ioi, !. .' 7 1 ' of the treaty, arc the culmination of , ! f - i "' conversations whi...

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. — 23 April 1920

j J " H 10 rHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 192CL I state andjdaho news ; Hj ! Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State IilUEME II SM CASE1 I Uleged Efforts of the Utah- I Idaho Interfering With I Gunnison Project Told I SALT .LAKE. April 2 J. Alleged ef- II brts of the officials of the Utah-Idaho I tngar company 10 interfere with the lunnison Valley Sugar company and I he resumption of evidence about the1 I iregon-Utah Sugar company, were the I oatures vestorday In. the hearing or I he complaint of the federal trade com- I niKsion again&t iho Utah-Idaho com- I )anv, the Amalgamated Sugar com- I tany, Ernest R. Woolley, A. J. Cooper, I uid K. F. Cullen, charged vith con- 1 .piracy in restraint of competition m I nterstate commerce. I Farmer Testifies. I Testimonv was ottered by Calbert Ir M Ivie. a farmer and former bishop 1 Lt Aurora, and William Gardner ot I Ivenice. a farmer, who told about their I knowledge of the Gunnison Valley I companv and alleged e...

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. — 23 April 1920

K ; THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, -1920. 11 j Jl Ltoi Aggies May Play California Grid Team Here I L PLANS MATING r FIR ATHLETIC , PARK . ; 'iVfi Work Wil1 Be Started On , - "' Grounds When Old Sol ' Offers Aid. &f Work on the nqw athletic park at i . Monroe avenue and Twenty-ninth r v?i street hinges 'entirely on Old Sol and ' jUst as soon aas sun "neora" over 'f;rv , . the eastern ranse, offering njd, the ) -a ' Ji ' plans will be carried out, ; ., City Engineer Joe Tracy, has had S. ' - the field surveyed and reports that r ' f) '. cvery$hjng is In readiness with the ex- pJ . cc-ption of the weather man. and Joe, , ' V ' liky others, is anxiously awaiting the 1 robin's chirp of "spring" and .sun- fllMp '. shins. ! . '7,1 The west half of the square owned f"' by tho city at Monroe park will be . yfjft' used' for the athletic grounds. When k ' ' ffi"; completodL a -14 0-yard running track W . - W together rith an A'l baseball and foot" . tJ; . ball field, will b...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 April 1920

l2 a . - -..--- THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920. g H I 1WINESHARES I GO DPWHI H Tintic Standard Takes Big H Drop in Salt Lake H Market The trading today on the Salt Lake Stack and Mining Exchange was fairly active with the downward trend cx isting almost throughout the whole market. Tintic Standard too1: a big Hf drop, changing hands as low as $4.50 Yesterday this stocK closed around 51.75, this morning it opened at 1.70 and sold off to ?4.0, closing with only ?4.15 bid and ?4.50 asked. Other stocks to show weakness were Eureka Lily and Prince Con. the former chang ing hands as low ;is.l7 cents and clos Ing with 17 cents bid and IS cents jij-kcd, while the latter opened at 5S cents and changed hands as low as 57 cents, closing with the stock of-fc-rcd at this price and with only 56 m cents bid. Antelope Star sold at 1 cent; Alia Tunnel changed hands at 9 cents; Col umbus Ite.xall brought CO cents and fil cents; Cardiff changed hands at 5 J. 55; Keystone changed h...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 April 1920

HHflHH .t"'"1'"1 S"n r- - " " . , ... -. --nnm-.- " .h. !. " - I , , THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, APRIL 23. I92P. ' J ! k FOR SALE FROERER AND FOWLES Real Estate Loans Insurance 2409 Hudson Avenue phone 017 Now five room modem brick bungalow. . vlrh hof water heat full basement, hard- I wood floors, gum finish, large enclosed I sleeping porch, cement driveways and highly Improved lot. This property Is a real buy at $6500. This la your chance to pet a seven room . brick home nicely located on the bench. I House Is clean and In host condition. Lot Is 50x150 and has four or five now chlck .en runs. A real bargain for $2250. Rea . eonablo terms. A dandy seven room modern brick home within blocks of Twenty-fifth und "Washington. This house would cost to build, at least JS001. Wo can sell house with $1500 lot for S5500. Reasonable terms. FROERER & FOWLES Real Estate Loans Insurance 2409 Hudson Avenue Phone 017 SOT FIVE room house, 3215 Ogdcn avenue. Owner in rear. 804 MUST BE ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 April 1920

H i I i n WiYm'rtntiti--iii i1 ' JJ l 1 I CHILDREN'SAID SOCIETY MEETS l Jr p Annual Gathering Held at Berthana Yesterday With r Program Given Ogden's Children Aid Society held their annual meeting yesterday after noon in the Berthana hall, celebrating their tenth anniversary. More than : a "hundred guests were present. A pro gram was given, including the follow ing numbers: Violin Solo Miss Mary Fisher Address, "Value and Significance of the Child"... Rev. GodfreyMatthcws Vocal Solo Mrs. Warren Binford Secretary's Iteport.Mrs. Fred N. Hess I Treasurer's Report 1 Mrs.-fcWilliam Dalrymple j Address, "The Real Solution of the I Child Welfare Problem".... I Judge Dan 13. Sullivan I I Piano Solo Mrs. Joseph Ferraro I 1 Adress, "Aims and Ambitions of Our ; I, fl Societv'1 Mrs. Archie Bowman 1 Solo, "His Lullaby" .. I J Miss Grace Matthews V The secretary's report included the I K extent of work and the number of chil- u dren the Aid Society have cared for, I j and who have been furnished ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 April 1920

iftieth Year-No. 100 Price Five Cents, , QGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. Ms I Hq J fli fl 4 4 $ B 4' 4 I I I Mexican Forces Fighting For Oil Fields I FEDERAL II I , BEING BEATEN I CAPim HEARS Sf 1 Carranza Rushes All Avail- able Troops to Help His HRT .General AMERICAN CRUISERS SAILING TO PORTS Hn H . Shipment of Army Transport jU Wagons Passes Over H Texas Border 1 WASHINGTON", April 24. Revolu .tionary forces under General Anulfo Gomez and Mexican federal troops un der General Murguia are battling for possessing of the Tanipico oil fields, according to dispatches received today by General Salvador Aivarado, repre sentative of the state of Sonora, who Is'now in "Washington. It -was said that all available troops were being rushed from the neighbor ing 'states of Nuevo Leon and Tamau lipas to aid Murguia who is reported to be in a dangerous position. Official reports of the activities of Gomez's forces previous had been re ceived here. Cruisers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 April 1920

It i j 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, 5A1UKDAY, APK1L 24, J V2U. H I Sent From San Diego on Re quest For Protection at Two Pacific Ports. SONORA FORCES PUSH ON TO MAZATLAN Ships Ordered to Mexico Un der Instructions to Inves tigate Situation. I WASHINGTON. April 23. Two war ships from fhe Pncltic coast fleet v.'ere en route tonight to Mexican wa ters to protect American citizens and interests at Mnzatatan and Topolobam .in. Thoy were dippntehetl from San DieRo today nn orders from the navy department after a request for protec ? Hon had come from state department P : representatives at those two Mexican y- ; Pacific ports. ', A sTmilaiTs,rueD'. cnlne fiem the j government anon.a ' Frontpra on I he gulf coast, hut -whs not acted upon pending further ir . estigation of the l aquation there. The cruiser Sacra- j mcnto la at Tampico only p. short djs- I J: tance away. I The exact vsuuntlon at Mazat'.an r.nd I Tnpoiobampo was not lenown here. Thje had been.no report of disturb iices at '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 April 1920

v THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER,. .SATURDAY, APRIL" 24, 1920. o ! I' JMN JIND WIFE CONVICTED OF BRUJALGRIME - Lure Victim to Lonely Spot, Tie Him to Tree and Beat Him to Death. ROCHESTER, N. Y, April 23. Af ter deliberating for eleven hours and fifty minutes, a supreme court jury : f tonight brought in a verdict of mur- 3 'J Is Sv, cr n tne rst degree against James I D. O'Dell, indicted with his wife, Pearl Beaver O'Dell, for the murder of Ed ward J. Kneip on the night of January 7. Immediately after the verdict was announced, O'Dell was sentenced by Justice Robert Thompson to die in the week of June 13. ' The crime of which O'Dell and his bride of a month were accused and to which police and county officials say they confessed was described by county officials as most brutal. Young Kneip whom Mrs. O'Dell ac cused of causing her downfall, was taken in a taxicab from the factory where he worked, by O'Dell, posing as a police officer, and after they had been joined by Mrs. O'Dell, the t...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 April 1920

II 1 I "4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1920. I . the standard-examiner 1 : PUBLISHING COMPANY ff . Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah 7 ESTABLISHED 1870 i r Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press j Z An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun- -i day morning without a muzzle or a club. - " Subscription in Advance One Month ' $ .75 One Year $9.00 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. SORROW ELSEWHERE. Those representatives of the United States who have been doing relief work in Europe agree tnat, if America forsakes the afflicted, unheard of horrors will follow. Big, powerful, resourceful, prosperous America would play a j z most contemptible part by becoming wholly self-centered at this time. What would one think of the per...

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. — 24 April 1920

1 r - THE STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1 920. 5 "" H rFor Subscription and Advertising Department, Call Phone No. 56. I RANDOM I . REFERENCES I S Wanted Bell boy. Reed rlolel. 493 II -. Spanish War Ladles Mrs. Caroline J Madison will entertain the Spanish II War ladles thi3 evening at her home I on. Ninth street, at S o'clock. All the I members and their friends have been ' Invited to be present. I GalI me, can takecare'of all shorl- age; 1200 tons In shed. Phone 27. John Farr Coal Co. 827 I Pair Arrested Sam Duke and fclyde I . Reed, colored dining car waiters, were BN arrested at the depot lunch room last 1 . night by J "C. Hayes of the Union Pa- " cific secret service. The men were alleged to have been drunlc when ar rested, wore weaving about among the chairs at the lunch counter, and re citing accounts of past gambling ..games in which they had participated. !" "PAPER cleaners. -Lowe-Greenwell. Telephone 333S. Sl-1 1 Cemetery For cement. copings, j ' . call 2255-JV Wor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 April 1920

IPHPHiHHPIjiHBilHHiilHIHiiiilHiHH I ik ' J J ' : w-D STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1920. . " ' ' " ' II : -- ; : Aviator Frest to riy From Los Angeles to Ogden I I; St. Louis Defeats League Leaders By Score i : I NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won. Lost. TcL Pittsburg , 2 .71(1 j l! Bjrooklyn 5 2 .715 1 hiladelphia 4 I? .572 Cincinnati 4 3 J572 st. Louis 4 .noo Boston 2 3 .400 I Chicago 2 5 .280 I Neyv York ' 1 -1 .200 ; . Yestcrdr.y's Results. St Louis 9. Pittsburg 7. ' ! Brooklyn 3. Philadelphia 1. ' Cincinnati 5, Chicago 3. ; 'i No other games scheduled. 5 PITTSBURGH. April 23. The open ' m game of The season here today rc- rultod in Pittsburgh's defeat by St. Lotiis, 0 to 7. The game was played in a cold drizzle. St. Louis scored I four runs in the first inning on three ' nils, two errors and a wild pitch. In J i the third, Pittsburgh knocked Haines ! j. out of the box, and Jacobs relieved : him. Hamilton was kit hard in th' seventh, during which the visitors! scored four runs on fou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 April 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1920. " 7 , It FOR SALE RcmJEstate j A P-NAP WELL built tlroo room house, cellar, barn, large chlckc.i coop, buggy, wagon nnd tools, 2 acres good orchard. Price $4160. Bakvr Real Estate 2731 Madison. Tel. 2020. 221 FOR SALE BY OWNER " NEW four room mod rn fram-j house, "well located on bench, maple floors, built-in fenturcs, ready to move Inio in ton days; nice lot. fruit trees and brrrlcs. Srivo real esfiite commisflon C I COO vo.aU. balance tormB. Call ?707 Or :12J. J22 20 ACRE farm, par: oivimiM. Tine Im piovcments, good walor. Jlo.bOX Six acre farm with'n Ogden city nrmtn. veil Improved with soin orchard. dm KELLY Sc HERU'CK R33 FROERER AND FOWLES Real Estate LoanE Insurance 2403 Hudson Avenue Phone 017 Now flvo room modern brick bungalow, with hot' water heat, full basement, hard wood floors, gum finish, large enclosed sleeping porch, cement driveways and highly improved lot. Thl3 property la. a real buy at SG500. Thin In your ch...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 24 April 1920

l! ' SATURDAY, APRIL KM " " " " 1X-X1X1 " " ! ' ' f , 'M M J , , , Ml I,. I MJ .mm- -III I I llllll ....... r, . " IU. P. Official Says Only Nec essary Improvement to Be Made E. E. Calvin, vlco president of the Union Pacific railroad, In chargo of operation, was In Ogden yesterday, en route to Omaha. For tho past week "lie has been visiting- in Salt Lake rn official business. Mr. Calvin visited with local offi cials for a short time yesterday be fore departing: for the east. "While here ho stated that the U.i ion Taclflc railroad did not intend spending money for anything but necessary Improvements until ftor Septombor. lie statod that such x cPcnditures as have been authorized werc necessary for tho succcssfjl .'p eratlon of the road. I. FULL ORCHESTRA FOR 'PARENTAGE AT I ; IEBRPHM I " To provide a completo musical pro I gram during the showing of "Parent I age" at the Orpheum theatre tonior- row night, Manager J. F. Goss has ar J janged for the Orpheum Concert or chestra to start ...

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. — 25 April 1920

f ' WEATHER FORECAST ffl Clfd Ml Blf Em ' lH 3Bf!lHL I TL fBTWT f Quite often the' most'' 1rier'C8tinc I ! j Sunday and Monday generally A Q. )1 I W m W. V H i K IK B I xl D I it III Id 1 I H 7 111111 w 1 news of the day li to'be found In Nratr; warmer Monday. mL-Xi i IL' J Jti JU JW' W TJW TV VJVvV OWVv I i V 1 JL the want-ad section. ' '" : o . I Fiftieth YearNo. ioi. - THIRTY-SIX PAGES OGDEN CITY, UTAH, gUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1920. PRICE, FIVE CENTS j .U. S. IS "ROBBER ROQSS APPER SAYS I .' Italy and Jugo-Slovakia Ac-; cept Settlement for Adri- j atic Problem DESIGNATES FIUME j AS BUFFER STATE ' Premier Says Conquerors and Conquered Must All Re sume Their Work SAN ItEMO. Apri 24. (By the As so6iated Press.) Premier NItti of Italy and Anton Trumbilch, the Jugo slav foreign minister, have accepted I President Wilson's settlement of the! Adriatic problem, making Fiume aj buffer state, with no contiguity of territory between Fiume and Italy. ' ; VA plebiscite will decide whether t...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

I . 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1920. I Every Conveyance Known to Man Will Bring Delegates at Atlantic City ATLANTIC CITY, April 24. Tor onto Rotarians arc coming U every conveyance known to man to the elev enth annual convention of the Inter national Association of Rotary Clubs, held here on the Steel Pier during the week o June 21st. And they are coming 300 strong. They have char tered a special train on which the majority will travel.- A big contin gent will motor to the shore In a fleet of automobiles, calling at No tary towns en route; four yachtsmen propose to sail to this port, and two airmen will fly here. Atlantic City has the first official airport to be established on the Atlantic coait. and Rotarlan birdmcn will find a jood landing place for airplanes or seaplanes. The first big hatch of applications for reservations has been received by I LUC tuintliuuil I.UIIIIIIII.H., -v.... i requests for accoinmodation3 pour in V hourly by mall or wire. The expe...

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