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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, 'SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 192U. j I ' Calendar j B Hcbcknh Social. I Hj ilcmbers Of the Kcbckah lodge- en- H tertnlncd Saturday evening In the I. O. H O. F. -hall at a card parly and social. HH Both five hundred and high five were H played during: the evening-. Ilefresh- H mcnts were served at the close of the r -Miriam Chapter. A special meeting of the Miriam chapcr Xo, 14, Order of the Eastern Star, has been called for Tuesday evening in the Masonic temple. All members have been requested to be present at 7:30 o'clock. Scmprc Musical Society. The Scmprc Musical society will meet .Tuesday afternoon at tho home of Mrs. Joseph Clark 2752 "Washing ton avenue. Mrs. Fred G. Clark will bofthe hostess for the afternoon. Mrs Don Beason will read a paper on "Or gan Music." A number of .musical se lections will also bo given during tho courso of the afternoon. Jplscoppiil Guild. j Members of the Episcopal guild will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 30 o'clock at the guil...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

I I ' 4 ' , THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 192Q. - . . . ! a I r a r A 1 ' :P The Ogden Standard-Examiner fjj IJeiiTI ! !i UWITTD STftTES; ' MOTOR TRUCK TRAFFIC QUESTION ,&s Time Rolls Along Increased Interest Is Taken in th1 2 Prooncn National Demonstration II 2 May 17 approaches, the naie set i ior :ia...onal demonstration of "ship by I JSSucic" fRasability, Increased interest is J lftanKesied In the movement toward ac-j j tUAl demonstration of the possibilities J 1 3l transportation traffic by means of' 1 . ifcctov (.racks. Momentum is added each 1 l dsy i.o the prosecution of the plan and , i It seJs very certain that the practi- II c&l application of the motor truck to I . country .wide hauling will be the great- I 5t ever given in that direction. In ev- I cry section of country preparations are I hieing made for the occasion and it is I possible that thousands of tnjeks will I called into requisition. Each com- I iu unity shows a disposition to outdo I ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER; SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1920. s" I FBC1IILL ENTER RACES PARIS, France. Jules Gonx, winner of the 1913 Indianapolis 500 mile race, and occupant of third place in last year's contest, is preparing for another racing invasion of the United States, with first honors in the eighth inter-j national Indianapolis sweepstakes as his object. Goux started to lay his plans for this event no sooner than the last race had been run, getting as much advance in formation as possible regarding the new Indianapolis rules before he re turned to France, and embarking upon actual construction work immediately upon landing. Goux Is one of those rare individuals who possess not only driving ability, but engineering skill as well. As cap tain of the Peugeot racing team, he is supervising the construction of three now rnrlnir creations that embody his (latest ideals for speed and stamina The news that Goux will again com pete at Indianapolis, provided the try outs or his new space cate...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

m g THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1920. 1 I RELIABILITY CONTEST RULES I A TWENTY-FIVE DAYS' BUM 11 ; Rules for tho first national motor j Jruck reliability contest have been compiled -with the idea of permitting tl fair determination of relativo truck performance values. These rules were manager of the run. who submitted 'them to the contest board of (he 'American Automobile association for approval. I That motor truck makers will com mend them is altogether certain. Mr. jkool has setttled upon May 22 as tho dale on which the trucks will have to ho in the hands of the technical com jnlttee at Omaha. Entries close at midnight May 1. On arrival at Omaha, 'the technical committee will go over p.hem, and at the close of the 2.50U jmile run, which is to be made in twen jty.fivo days, the committee will again ;go over them. ? Penalties will be set against a truck i ,vhich shows marked variation be tween the two examinations The ; contest is designed to demonstrate the j p...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1920. 7 I r- iPoracEl soiil us . SIPIN ISSUE CLEARLY SEEN - - 01 PRESIDENTIAL CHUTES 't 3 well ihat tho presidential can didates of the United States have put their ears to the ground and listened lo the rumbling noise of the good rdrtds advocates, and have made public declarations in favor of the better inont of the highways throughout the country as an important issue before theV American people, tl is conceded by all of them that the country can not fully prosper without better road accommodations, and they do not hesl-J--' tate to say so. This being true, there need be "any question but that the next administration, whether Demo cratic or Republican will tako decided steps along the line of national road building by establishing and providing for tho maintenance of adequate high ways to all sections of the country. It is more than likely that within the iip't i en years great trunk highways ho ostablished across tho conti nent inucu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

Wm 8 THE OGDF.N STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1920. 11 11" B "T" 8 ff K H 1 aLn Tracksters Expect to Trim Best in Utah in Spring ji Sports !When the state track and field Qhamplonships arc decided at Salt Lake May 15. Coach Romney of tho i Utah Aggies will have one of the clas- j j slest teams in harness that has re pro- j sented tho stars of the north for f many years. The champions of 1910 l; expect to again win the honors and U with almost every man of last year's J I aggregation in uniform the Aggies . I should repeat. I I Six Ogden stars are on the Affile I loam of 1920. They are: Falck, Dee, Lindsay, Belnap, Poultcr and Owens. I Poulter is a Jumper, and Is expected I to show a world of class this spring in I Eg the lntercolleglates. Dec and Falck Mr arc two of the mainsprings of the Aggies in hte sprints. Lindsay and j 1 Barlow are also sprinters. Barlow is ' ,a sprinter and field man. j In the distances Coach Romney will I have Jacnues. White. Wyman. Rich ly ardson and...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

- -',f Ml ' TF STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1920. 9 IcauJUMiVAU.iJ'UL' -igwBiiL ""JlZr- IM Utah Athletes Have Captured Many Titles M I Coach Watson Will Have Many Veterans in Suits Next Fall I Weber Normal college will present A. first class gridiron machine to the public next fall if present pains ma ture. With the return of ten letter men to the Weber lair tho followers of tho game expect tho locals to romp homo with honors- Coach Malcolm Watson's aggregation of 1919 made a. great showing on the football field and' with tho star3 of tho 1919 team again in togs the collegians should make a great shdwlng. Watson will have- Lindsay, star halfback, Hickman. Cox. Halliday. Campbell. Bellentine, Norton. Woods and Davis in suits, besides a score or more of new men. The men named are all stars and should aid tho locals In tholr fight for state honors when tho boll tingles in tho fall. With such an array of stars In suits the collegians are out for honors and with tho second year of...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

H Bji . - WV- :";:rpM ' : f CHAPTER I. The Alarm XT Y OWEVBR many years 1 may have to Hve. 1 am very certain that I can never efface from my mind any single detail ot the one mc3t terrible night that I ever opent in the whole course of my existence. I moBt devoutly "wish I might. Even now I sometimes And myself, of a sudden, vividly awake at dead of night, starting out of a profound sleep and fancying 1 hear or have Just heard a violent ringing at the door-bell. That happon3 when I wake. Vhen 1 am asleep it is a sound that haunts me in my dreams, 'and the series of dreadful things that followed are rehearsed in whole or in part, sometimes with quite impossible and fantastic exaggeration added to their already sufficient terror. That first violent ringing of the front door-bell which was to serve, as It were, for the ringing up of the curtain upon all the tragic drama, must have happened as nearly as possible at midnight no one seems to have noted the precise hour and minute, as. Ind...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

f (Continued from Front Page) widely open then, and put out ray 'head. expecting to see a flicker of flame or to catch the smell of smoke, but there "was neither. The night -was extraordinarily clear and peaceful; it was almost as light as day. A full moon I think they call it the harvest moon rode high in the sky and flooded the whole front of the house with its light, gloriously. My aunt's room Aunt Enid, Uncie Ralph's wife was directly over the front door and porch; my uncle's, over which was mine, to one side of it. When he called out of his window, "Who's there?" and so on, the figure of a man stepped out of the cover of the porch, which had hidden him from us, into the open moonlight. I recog nized him In a moment, oven with out the big black retriever which accompanied him. It was Livesay, the - gamekeeper. mm, "It's me, sir," I heard the keeper Mm cail up, quite unnecessarily, j "Yes, I see that," said my uncle. "What then? What is it you want?" H The man hesitated a moment....

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

H rt . H M I asciiiaihiq Detective StortfBv JFLmce cHufcWon I I (Continued from Preceding Page) pede my speaking. It was with ct great effort that I gasped out tho entirely foolish question, "Good heavens, "Uncle Ralph, what Is it? What has happened?" Small need indeed to ask what had happened, with that awful evi dence of the fact lying there he fore us that crimson witness. -As for the further question, tho how of Its happening, that was a prob lem crying insistently for solution, destined to occupy us for many a day to come. 1 had said the foolish words be fore the ray of the bull's-eye Kin tern, turned full in ray face as I stood in the open doorway, blinded me for a moment I think Livesay had made a movement as If to stand between me and the poor body as if there was any addl tional horror still left for mc to know! but then perhaps he real- It ized the futility of it, and did noth ing. My uncle turned the lamp back as before and let its ray fall across the figuro and reveal wh...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

r . JujCady Duff pdrdoit :.. . jjA I , ; ADY DUFF-GORDON, the famoiis "Lucile" of London, y "'. ' and foremost creator of fashions in the world, writes ) : ' JL-J cach week the fashion article for this newspaper. -4:'V:,v: . .presenting all that is newest and best in styles for well- t drpMed women. Lady Duff-Gordon's Paris establishment, brings. her. into':' 4 : close touch with that centre, of ''fashion. ' -SL'' Lady Duff-Gordon's American establishments, are at. :f .' Nos. 37 and 39 West Fifty-seventh street, New York' -and; . . ' No. 1 400 1 .ore Drive, Chicago. fJ- .u ;f t J T ..:-.1.:T.:.-.. j S- T has 'been said that In America every woman I is a (iueen. Color Is lent to the assertion by the Jewelled crowns which American "Vvomen.wear in the evening. Some o them axe as gorgeous as any worn by a European queen. They have the other and perhaps greater value of . . being well chosen. They are becoming to the wearers' type. No queen to whom a crown has been trans mittod can have ...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

K SHARES ' FAIRLY ACTIVE, i Sells and Rico Wellington De i - - velop Strength in Day's Dealings The trading yesterday on the Salt Lake Stock and Mining Exchange was 1 considered fairly active. Sells and Rico Wellington, were practically the J only stocks on the board to show any strength. The former, opened at 21 Vi cents and changing hands as high as J531 cents, closing strong, with this price bid for it. The latter opened at Gi4 cents and sold as high as US cents I closing strong with this price hid for it,-. Generally speaking, ithe trend throughout the rest of the market was downward. Eureka Lily was weaker, changing hands as low as 1G cents. Columbus Rexall brought GO and 59; Cardiff changed hands at ?1.55; Keystone 1 brought 90 and 91 cents; Lehi Tintic sold at 16 cents; Michigan-Utah and I. New Quincy both changed hands at k cents; Nalldrivcr went at 60 cents jA Eureka Mines sold at 6 cents; Prince 1 Con. sold as low as 54 cents, Silver; 1 King Coal, changed hands nt ?1.35;; ...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

: H ' THE OGDEN STAND ARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1920. 15 , ' - j FOR SALE j Rcsu Estate : SMITH & FLINDERS CO, Commercial National Bank City Hoiiflng- Dept. (Ask for Mr. Boyle) $5800 nuys a magnificent five room homo, lo cated on the bench, large lot, all modern features. Terms $:250 Biiva an attractive frvo room modern home within easy walking distance. 53500, nuys a six room frame modem homo on the bench. Fine lawn and garden In con nection. . $2250 Fivo room frame, lawn, garden, with chicken house, situated on the bench, in excellent location. Bftat bargain In town as the lot Is worth the price. SEVEN acres in fruit of all kinds, two houses, 0 rooms, modern three room houses for 2000 chickons. 576 Canyon Road. 21 SIX room strictly modern bungalow, hard wood floors, built-in features, for quick sale. S5S00. , , ,. Five room modern except heat. 53iM). Thrco room house on bench, $1100. One acre land, with four room house, with good outbuildings. It's an Ideal place for a c...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 25 April 1920

16 RD-EXAMTNER. SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 192D. I REVIVAL OF NEIGHBORHOOD SPIRIT TO BE UNDERTAKEN IN OGDEN AT , MEETING TO BE HELD NEXT WEEK: 1 1 1 A revival of community service in J Ogdcn will be tnkon up at a meeting to bo hold at the Weber club next I week, Rev. John Edward Carver, local j director, announced yesterday. L. B. Williams of Salt Lake community ser vice, will deliver an address on the of fort to co-ordinate all cummuniiy ef fort in a nation-wide reconstruction 1 PritgIismexpecied that tho outcome of the meeting will be the preparation cu I a budget to be secured by popular sub- scrlptions in Ogden for the purpose o ! making real, all the community sen ice possible in this city. . During the past three months, the toUoitaS national communis workers h-vc visited Ogden: L. L. Middieton, supeCrinSendent of the Boulhwcstern j headquarters at San Diego. L. ll. Creech, general western superintend-1 ent at San Francisco; . G. lang burne, general secretary o the na tlonal community ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 April 1920

Flft,eth YearNo. 102. : Pn Five cent,. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, 1920; LAST EDITION 4 P. -M. jfl I Railroad Labor Board Declines to Hear Demands From Yardmen SHEA GIVES FACTS ON SHOE PRODUCTION Traffic in Chicago District Is Said to Be Much - CIEVEIAXD, April 26. Clinr- tcrs of 51 local lodges of Brother hood of .Railroad Trainmen havo been revolted for participating in the unauthorized strike of switch men, W. G. Iajc, president of the organization, nnnounced toiluy. Tlie 51 lodges had a membership of nearly 18,000. Fully one-half of this number have been loyal and their mem berships will bo transferred to other lodges, Mr. LiCC said. WASHINGTON. April 26. The railroad labor board today refused to hear the wage demands of the Kansas City Yardmen's association on the ground that the application did not conform to the provisions of tho law. Hearings on demands of strikers in other districts previously had been re- Hr5 Replying to telegrams from cham- jEjpjS bcrs of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 April 1920

i WASHINGTON, April 25. Advices from Mexico City roaching here today, including some reports to the govern ment, appeared to be in sharp con flict with the summary of the- bitua tion as to tho Sonora revolutionary movement made public In Mexico City today, i Army officers who are studying (ho situation beyond the border were franlc In declaring their opinion, baaod on government advices, that the revolu i Hon was raoro srelous than the Car-1 ranza officiate were wllllnc to admit. Theso officers attached much import nnco to tho southward drive of Gen. Angel Flores' revolutionary forces! through tho state of Sinaloa, south of Sonora. They also saw no probabil ity, from their advices or unofficial reports, of an early attack Jn force by the federal forces on the revolution I ary forces in Sonora itself. It Delay Dangerous. 1 This delay, it was said, would be dangerous not only because of the size oftho force at hand, but because of the Increased activities of Villa along j the governme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 April 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. mu'.,i , APRIL 2i. 1920.. 3 n H r- - FINO POISON PUINTIN UTAH Department of Agriculture Is Investigating Losses to Grazing Livestock I A plant of the pea family, known, to botanists as the astragalus tetrapterus, mowing in the foothills of southern Utah and western Nevada, has been found to bo poisonous to cattle and sheep Further search may indicate a wider range of growth. The United States department of agriculture, which has been making a preliminary investigation of the effects of this plant, considers it a sufficient men ace to warrant a preliminary warning, be The plant occurs in scattered patches never in largo quantities as is the case with some of the recognized loco plants. It blooms early in June and generally dries up later in the summer It is a perennial legumious plant be longing to tho same family as the lo coes, alfalfa, etc It stands from 1 to 2 feet high. It has linear leaves, small and rather inconspicuous flowers of a light purple an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 April 1920

ft . " 1 I I THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, mMu APRIL Vj. 1920 i THE STANDARD-EXAMINER J PUBLISHING COMPANY h 1 Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah ; ; ESTABLISHED 1870 . ! Member of thQ Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press 1 1' An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance One Month $ .75 One Year 9.00 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ' ' I 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 PROPOSED IRRIGATION DISTRICT. Having called on those vriio are directing the affairs of the pro Dosed local irrigation district to explain certain phases of the plans 1 J )f organization, The Standard-Examiner has received from the coun , ;y agricultural agent the following reply : trAs per your request, we are submitting herewith some infor mation on the pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 April 1920

rlLOVE and MARRIED IIFEl 33JJ. the noted author Jj IdefaMZGlone Gibson H ALICE AND I CONVERSE. H Tc keep myself, from thinking any H ' more I called Alice to come ana talk H D inc. She cauie In all smiles. "What JH Js this I hear, dear?" she nsl;ul. "Is It H roa'ly true that you are a rich onian? H II it is I am very, very glad for you H surely will be happier." HH "I am uot so sure about it, Alice. I H liaro been from childhood taught TJMt IH 11101: ay does not make happiness." H "What you should have been taught," IH said Alice, "is lhat money is not ci.sen- IH t-.'il to happine.1-?. But I believe that IHL money almost always maki5 people Hh happier than they would bo in the' IHM same circumstances without L I nev- IT er 1 Jive taken much stock in tha iana IH that people can do wlt.vout things and, IH be quite as happy as oi'iers who have Ithei. Tom Expresses Unbelief. "Tom says a good Jc-.nl of the old teaching is nonsense, hii he doesn'c bel'pvo virtue is its own reward, he does...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 April 1920

I 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, Jyf APRIL , , 1920. I I I SECRETARY OF WAR GIVES "GO AHEAD" ORDER ON ARSENAL H Tho last remaining obstacle in con nectlon with tho plans to build a ?2, 000,000 arsenal In Ogdcn was removod today when Secretary of War Baker npproved all the arrangements, au j thorized tho purchaso of the site and also authorized the. construction. The good news was flashed to Os den In a telegram from Senator Reed Smoot to "Warren L. Wattis, president of the "Weber club and tho Ogden chamber of commerce. Later mcs-i 1 sages from Senator King and Con- J Z grcssman "Welling confirmed the news t In the first telegram. ;; Senator Smoot' s message: "Secretary of war today authorized purchase of site and construction of ordnance depot at Ogdcn. j "REED SMOOT." r Tho arsenal will occupy two T square miles of land, with 37 ummu nltlon warehouses, locomotive shops, " maohlne shops, garage, battory storage 4l station and other structures. Each of tho warehouses will stand 400 f...

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