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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 April 1920

rOgden Will Be On Aerial Post Route Says R. M. S. Chief 1 "Ogden will bo on the aerial post route which Is to be established by Hfl next fall," acordlng to S. E. Slater, superintendent of tho railway mail IH service, San Francisco district. Mr. Slater, who was an Ogden visitor to tho local railway mail scr- Hj vico office where he held a confer- once with TV. H. Taylor, local chief clerk, says that the fedoral govorn- H ment is speeding ahead with the plans for the trans-contincntnl aerial route HH on which they are going to use a FREIGHT IIS WEARLYNORMAL Trains Routed Over Both U. P. and S. P. Little Delayed With conditions nearly normal, "con siderable freight movement is taking place through. Ogden railroad yards, officials state. Assistant Superintendent F. B. Smith of the Salt Lake division reports that about 300 loads of freight are be ing shipped west from here daily, from eight to ten trains being sent out. Freight crewB of the company are all reported to be working. I . Fru...

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. — 26 April 1920

1 1 r 1 H THE STANDARD-EXAMINER . APRIL ,1920. I I 'Plans For New Athletic .Park Delayed Temporarily I Circus Halts Work ! :On Proposed Grounds " At New Monroe Park I Work on tho new athletic iark at Monroo avonuo and Twenty-ninth SL , I vlllr hot bo started until after the cir II cub tho entertainment for young and ft old is staged in "Ogden May 4. Duo to tho fact that the contract for the cirqus has been let the live wires in terested In the new athletic park thought It best to postpone work on tho -now field until afier tho "show shows in Ogden. Due to that fact the track and field I carnival scheduled for Ogden, Satur day, May 8th, will -bo staged" at Lorin 1 j Fair Park. A 440-yard track will bo I laid out during the present week at I the' park and cinders placed in posl I Lion. The track meet on tho 8th should . bo one of tho greatest ever held in the state. On paper the greatest list ,! of starB that over entered competition In the state will bo in the limelight. i With such ...

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. — 26 April 1920

L MIOO STATES i HIS POSITION I own lis Replies to Questionnaire Is WM sued By National Board of IS Farm Organizations. M PRESENT TAX LAWS ARE NOT IMPARTIAL Draws Distinction Between L Earned and Unearned Incomes. WASHINGTON, April 25 Replying as "a private citizen" to the question naire issued to all candidates for pres idential nominations by the national board of farm organizations, former Secretary McAdoo tonight outlined his position on various propositions being agitated in the pre-conventlon carn al paign. Present tax laws, Mr. McAdoo de dared, should be simplified and the burden of taxation "re-dlstributed so that the men who earn their Incomes by the sweat of their brows and with I their brains shall not be required to pay as heavy taxes as those who live in idleness and draw incomes from Safe investments." Earned and Unearned Incomeo. "A distinction should be made," he said, "between earned and unearned incomes." He declared himself oppos ed to all tax free bonds. If after ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 April 1920

I I "jcT , THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, Wfc'fcV' APRIL 1920. "; " ' ' I Sells and Silver Shield Also Active on Salt Lake i Exchange Tintic Standard was tho feature of I th'e trading today on the' Salt Lake Slock and Mining Exchange, when it j. sold as low as $-1.20. This stock opened i at $-1.-10 and changed hands as low as j $4.20; but strengthened a little before tho close. $.30 bid and $4.35 asked. Ml Sells and Sliver Shield, were aiso very Hj active, tho former changins hands up J to 26 cents, but weakened before the HI i close, only 22 cents bid and 23 1 i asked, while tho latter changed hands 1 from -IS to 49 cents, closing strong with IS cents bid and 49 cents asked. Generally speaking, the trend of the market was a little upward, fl "Albion brought 11; Eureka Lily sold at 16c Columbus Rexall changed hands at 5Sc; Iron King brought 31c; Michigan-Utah was active at 6c and G&c: Eureka Mines changed hands at Hi 5crand 6c; Eureka Bullion was Hl' weak around 16c; Prince Con. s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 April 1920

jH THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINERS . APRIL 1920. FOR SALE j Rcai Estate j THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO. Phono 280-281 FOUR ROOM MODERN House two ycar3 old. lot G0xl30 foot, lo cated In north part of town. ?22B0. Tonus FOUR ROOM MODERN tit Cement bafiement. nJod lot with south front, built In kitchen, good electric and bath fixtures. House In first class condition. $3250. Terms SrX ROOM MODERN BRICK Located on tho bonch on lot 62x145 feet, worth at least ?4500, will sell for $3000: terms If desired. FJVR ROOM BUNGALOW One year old. In good location, separate laundry, fruit and furnaco rooms, In basement, houso has gumwood trim, and oak bordors In living and dining rooms, first class electric and bath fixtures, built-in linen chest, bookcases and kitchen cabinet. $5000; terms. EIGHT ROOM BUNGALOW Closo in on Twenty-fourth, furnace heat, fireplace, sleeping den. Interior ot house completely rcflnlshed this spring, exceptional value. $7500. Terms. THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO. Phono 2S0-2S1 416Two...

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. — 26 April 1920

I First Day of Interchurch Fi- I nancial Drive in Ogden I Passes Successfully H Tho financial campaign of the In- H tcrchurch World Movement began H yesterday and tho three churches of H Ogdon at work on the campaign H raised $10,000. Tho total for tho I state reported lato last night was H $70,000, or nearly one-half of the H quota of $165,000 act for this state H 1 Four churches reported their ap- H i portlonment as raised in full, tho Pro H ! vo Community church, tho Moab Bap H tist church, the Beaver Methodist and H j tho Eureka Baptist church. Tho Bap H tlst church of Salt Lake is leading the H , way with $22,000 rlscd. The Methodist churches of the slato completed their portion of the HI campaign by their Centennial Fund of a year ago, but sinco that tlmo Hi thoy have raised $1S,000 in Salt Lake Hi 1 'or church building purposes. Added Incentive was given to tho Hj 1 drlvo by a telegram from hcadquar- tors informing state leaders that all money raised for church building i pur...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 April 1920

I WEATHER FORECAST Vl lll Quite often the most Intereat'lnfi' I HP Fair and warmer tonight; Wed- H ffi i ffl H I I 1 1 I 1 B flNI " S 'Si H il ll H M J 7 )li TO 1 I 1 1 I 1 Ik If ncvs of the day la to be found In ;s.iaj,.?'i:..sr,"",g JUJMJ I Vt.VVA-A5' XM i I 14 v Jv want-ad ec""- H. Fiftieth Yar-No. 103. Fris; Fiv cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH. TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M, HI Chairman Johnson Declares HI Post Violated Law in Be lli half of Aliens II MANY DEPORTATION II CASES ARE REVIEWED Wt Public Not Seeing Red With- ESj out Some Reason, Is the HI Claim Made Ki WASHINGTON, April 27. Charges Jfgfcl that Loui3 F. Post, assistant secretary ffol W of Jabor, had violated the law "in the: w5flj J behalf of aliens who have contempt for iMlgjr this government and who are trying Lf I to overthrow it," were made before the gfe , house rules committee today by Chair- Wg man Johnson, of the house immigra- fe tion committee. Mr. Johnson was the first witness at m the invest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 April 1920

Pi 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1920. I I BOSTON, April 2C ReproBentativos m of large sugar refineries and dopnrt- I ment of justice officials conferred here I I today, but progressed no further tban H discussion of "'the whole sugar situa- I tton, ' they said. H The conference will be resumed to- B morrow. Meanwhile reports persisted that H another rise Jn sugar prices was in H prospect. , H Howard Figg, assistant altomey- H general, find in charge of Uie price re- H auction campaign, would not discuss HI proceedings of the conference. I3e- H j Tore it met ho said the question or H prices would be taken up only In its H relation 10 the obtaining of sufficient H sugar slocks to meet, the demand. It H . developed tonight, however, that much H of the discussion bore on prices. H Much Talk, No Action. H : Refiners in attendance said there lij had been "much talking but no ac- It tion.' Government officials who at- H 1 tended refused to divulge the subjects H dobatc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 April 1920

THE OOOFN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1920. 3 H If General Is Nominated Hays Will Retain His Position in Party. H CHICAGO, April 26. Will H. Hays, H Republican national committee chair- H man, has been endorsed by Majpr Gcn- 1 eral Leonard .. ood as campaign man- H ager if the general is nominated by the H convention here June S. HL This announcement, made by Wood V headquarters today, was said pracii- Hf cally to assure Mr. Hays of the posi- tlon, no muster who is nominated, and H io end rumors that Wood, if success- H ful, would appoint Frank Hitchcock, former postmaster general, his cam- pnign manager. The Hepuolican national committee Hf has gone on record as 'opposed to the selection of anyone other than Hays. HI Most candidates had endorsed Hays, HH but tho position of General Wood re- HI mained m doubt following tho arrival here of Mr. Hitchcock and the circu- mm , lation of reports ho would displace Colonel Wlllia'm Cooper Proctor, of I Cincinnati, as the general's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 April 1920

I 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1920. ' (THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah . ' ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of thg Audit Bureau, of Circulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening: and Sun Ul 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. THE ORDNANCE DEPOT. The final decision of Ihc Secretary of "War, approving of the purchase of a site for the ordnance depot near Ogden is most cheer ing to the people of this community. Although the depot will be some distance south of Ogden, the close connection to be afforded by the Bamberger electric railway will make the government works a suburb of this city. Befor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 April 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1920. 5 tLOVE and MARRIED lIFEl fctj. the noted author I j Idah MSGlone Gibson J II ILYKS THAT SEE XOT. "I wonder," said Alice, musingly; "If this economical Independence that the new woman talks so much about Is go ing to bring her any greater happi ness." "I am not sure," I answered, "that, freedom means happiness. One may become accustomed to a cage for one's' ' soul or body, I suppose, and find a kind of happiness there which makfs the world outsido look fearsome." f "Speaking of the world o.itsldc," said Alice, "what has become of JiTarl Shepard? He told mo he was oing out of town, and then he wrote me that business was keeping ilm for a while. Now, John tells mo that lie has gono at last. Do you know any thing about It?", I felt my cheeks burn. Although I did not know where Karl Shepurd was, 1 did know a good deal about him, and J wished again that I ii.nl not torn up his letter. . I managod to say rather nulotly, "I had a letter...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 April 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD EXAMINER, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1920, . I I Ten More Men Also Back to Work on Globe Plumbers and Btcamfittcrs employed by HalvcrBOU Bros, and the Utah Plumbing and Heating company who walked out with the building trades returned to work today under the "American plan," according to W. W. Rawson, manager of business relations for the Utah Associated Industries.) Four carpenters returned to work on the Shreove apartments now building at Twenty-seventh and Adams avenue, ho added. The return today of ten more men l to the Globe mills work on the sand ridge brings the force to 25 or one-; fourth of normal, Mr. Rawson said.1 I The Sporry building works at the foot' ! of Twenty-ninth street is lying idle, It j was reported. H Work on Cleanup in i H Second, Third District Ogden's cleanup and paintup com paign was given added impetus today when additional trucks were put in op oration to gather up the winter nc cumulations that have been placed on Hi ; curbs throughout the ci...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 April 1920

tit no"M gr a vn a r O-fyKA MINER, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 192Q. 7 H f Conflicting Demands for Strip of Territory in North Ends Negotiations MOSCOW, April 25. Armistice ne gotiations between Russia and Finland reached a crisis today and ended with recall of the Russian delegates. Rus sians demanded as a b?,sis of the ne gotiations the status quo ante of 1914 and the Finns the status prior to their last offensive. This in volves Finnish occupation of Petchenga and Karelyia, a wide strip of territory oxtending al most to Murmansk and giving Finland strategic advantage in the peace nego tiators. Anothor reason for the un lenablllty of the proposal, according to the Russian viewpoint, was the dec laration of Norway that In such a case the government could make demands for a strip of territory on the Mur mansk. The Lettish-Murmansk peace nego tiations were suspended today to per mit the Letts to communicate with their government regarding bound aries. A member of .the Letvian dele gation said...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 April 1920

M55 , : 1 I I , i ,mSmmlQmgtftt zx.as: - - flH j 8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 192G. I jm ft a g a gwr l-i-i j j) f T-.-f-w TTT '! lSelSo Extensive Progress Is Reported by Miss Mary Downey, , State Organizer Extensive progress In library devel opment In all sections of Utah is re ported by Miss Mary Downey, state organizer. Sho said that communica tions telling of the organization of county libraries in almost nil small towns of tho state reach her daily and that a great revival of tax-maintained libraries is being experienced throughout Utah and other western states. Miss Downey said that the school at the Carnegie library was ono of tho best that sho had ever tausht, those In atendancc showing remarkable ap titudo in learning the proper methods of conducting libraries. Thoso who are attending tho li brary school are as follows' Nina Bankhead, Moab, Utah; Em elyn A. Bcattle. San Jose. Cal.; Mrs. Burton, Parowan, Utah; Mrs, Stena Clawton, Pleasant Grove, Utah; Ca...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 April 1920

WEATHER BAD EOlFilll Conditions Continue Unfavor able for Development of Hj Vegetation I, By J. Cecil Alter. State Meteorologist. The weather continues unfavorable for the development of vegetation and for farm work in all the central and northern states, and in most of the southern states, according to the Na tion Weekly Weather nnd Crop Bulle tin, by the United States Weather Bureau. It was too cold, except in the south west, and in this latter region while It was quite warm, a temperature of 100 degrees being reported at Snn An P tonio, Texas, there was a decided lack of moisture. Over the greater part of the country the soil continues too wet to work and too cold for the proper germination of seed, and the season is thus from two to three weeks behind the average. Corn germinated very poorly and made very slow growth whero. planted in the southern states, due to the cold, in ,the central and eastern portions! and to lack- of moisture toward the west. Cotton planting generally is...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 April 1920

. :l'J - " miiiic i ii n '""r " " - p; :H I ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. TUESDAY, APRIL 27,' 1920, V H 1. STATE AND JDAHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State 1 UTAH POWER'S cinpii "-Irrigation Interests and Utah Manufacturers Added to j Representation l' SALT LAKE, April 27. Irrigation t Interests ami the Utah Manufactur- 1 ! era' association wero added to tho re presentation at tho hearing before tho ' public utilities commission yesterday of the Utah Power & Light com- pany's application for an Increase in power rates. Markham Cheevcr, gen eral superintendent of tho company, was on the stand all day and his c amlntion will probably continue to morrow. Tho company Is asking for revision of its power rates that it may receive something like ?2, 000, 000 more- rev ! enue annually, declaring that this v amount Is necessary if it Is to mako a ilV fair return on the more than $40,000,- 000 invested in the plant and to fi- i1 nance needed improvements in Utah. The...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 April 1920

Hi rHE STANDARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1920. - v nH "gr! " " ' """"" ' ' ' 1 ' " ' ' ' J " ' " ' J''gJ fc r r 'i n n ' ' mm g "" '" " agmgBaBBWB bbsb iii hi i n.i.iin ijjhhi isaaBgrTrTMBf I Wrestlers Will Decide World's Championship Tonight l I, MAXIWE DEMPSEY - TO TAKE THE STAND empsey's Marriage to 'Former Wife Held to Be SAN FRANCISCO, April 2G Evi dence indicating that the marriage of Maxine Wayne Dempsey to Jack Derapsey, heavyweight champion of the world, at Farmington, Utah, in October, 1916. was in violation of the Utah divorce laws and therefore in valid, was made public today by the bureau of investigation of the depart ment of justice here today. The former Mrs. Dempsey was a prominent witness in the federal grand jury investigation which result ed in the indictment of Dempsey and Jack Kearns, his manager, on a selec tive draft evasion charge. Tho officials announced they had certified documents to show that Mrs. Dempsey married Dempsey thirteen days after she secure...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 April 1920

I I 12 " " THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, APRIL 27 1920 I Yankee Proves Greatest Seller of Day; 30,000 Shares Changes Hands The trading today on tho Salt Lake Stock fc Mining Exchange was rather active. Tintlc Standard and Sells j were the two most active stocks of the day, the former showing consid erable strength. It opened at $4.30 and advanced rapidly to $-l.-17V. clos ing strong, with $4.45 bid and $4.50 asked. The latter showed weakness, opening at 23 cents and selling down to 21 & cents, slosing with the stocks , offered at 22 cents. Generally speak ing the trend of the market was a little upward. j j Alta Con. sold at Shi and Sc; Eu- reka Lily was very active at 16c, j Columbus Retail sold up to fiCfc, Iron j Blossom brought from 31 to 32c, Lehi i Tintic was active at 16c, May Day , changed hands at 1?4 and 2c, Naildriv- er sold at 60c. Eureka Mines brought 14 60c, Plutus was very ;.ctivc from 36 Vs to 40c, Prince Con. brought 56 and '1 75c, Silver Shield sped at ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 April 1920

hWhW E, THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1920. J FOR SALE - Rcai Estate j FROERER A FOWLES Real Estnto Loans Insurance 2400 Hudson Avenue Pliono 917 FARM BARGAIN DO ncre. Ono of tlio bent hay and grain farms In Ogdcn valley, Small house; pood well; new machinery sufficient to run place. Price $6000. You cm live in Ogden A and run this place very nicely. 38 acre farm, located In the east part of Huntsvllle. Good house, barn, mal occhnrd, 18 shares of Irrigation water, Thisls a good buy, 16500: half cash. CITY PROPERTY. Five room strictly modern brick about two years old, Paco built for home, has hardwood floors, cum finish, tile bath room, hot water heat, full basoment. ex cellent sleeping1 porclf. and many built-in features. House would cost S7000 to build. Price Including 1000 lot is $6500, Owner of new five room modern brick Ik leaving city. Home Is Just completed nnd located in north part gf town, In choice district. There oro hardwood floors, dandy brick fire plac...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 April 1920

: TUESDAY, APRIL 27, ,920. ' ' 111 " - " cV J 1 OGDEN. UTAH f Unions Urge Patronizing Only Stores Which Oppose Associated Industries IT.ho Ogtlen Trades and Labor assem bly, which represents 34 local unions, , has .adopted a. resolution recommend' ! Ing that the members of Ogden unions and all other workers "confine their patronage to those business houses only -who openly and. publicly declare themselves by their advertisements or otherwise as being opposed to the so called "American plan." The section of the minutes of the meeting at which the subject is treat cd, reads as follows: I "Motion was made and carried, that v the regular order of business be sus ! pended, and tho 'open shop' as pro i posed by the Associated Industries, be discussed, which was done at some L length, afier which a motion was made I and carried, that a committee of fivo be appointed to .draft resolutions cov jj oring the matter. Delegates Nellie I Cline, Piggott, Smith, Banvlllo and ? TIeywood were appoint...

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