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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 April 1920

I.-BODIES OF MS AMERICANSARE ; LflNDEDJT PIER Caskets Prepared for Ship ment to Home of Parents .by Railroad GUARD OF HONOR FOR EACH COFFIN No Display or Ostentation as Funeral Ship Is Unloaded at Port V -NEW YORK, April 28. The bodies w of 353 American soldiers who gave their lives for the cause of freedom and humanity on foreign soil, and of whom all but eighty died in France, ( arrived here today on the army trans , port -Mercury from Antwerp and Southampton. Their arrival marked the first re turn of soldier dead from France. The bodies of- four officers were aboard. Bodies Removed. As soon as the living passengers left . the Mercury, the bodies were removed from the hold and the caskets shroud ed, under the cover of new American flags, were arranged in company form ation on the same pier, where, but a comparatively short lime ago stood living, energetic, young Americans anxious to board the transports which carrjed them to the foreign shores where" they made the supreme sacri Gu...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 April 1920

H 2 . OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1920. I ATLANTA, N. J., April 27. Discus sion of labor's rolation to capital, to .which the United. States chamber of commerce In convention here will de vote Its Thursday session, began with the railroad group tonight when speak ers urged an organized effort to com bat the control it was alleged union labor has assumed over I'ailway oper ation. R. H. Angelle, banker of Roanoke, Va., declared "union labor Is in con trol of the railways absolutely and if we wait a little while they will have a strangle hold on us from which we cannot extricate ourselves." "Labor has made the challenge and we should accept it, for this fight i which has been thrust upon us must i ' be fought out some time," he said, t He asserted ho was not antagonis- tic to union labor, nor to workingmen, I ) but ho was opposed to "anything like i the dictatorial Plumb plan." 1 "The chamber of commerce should make recommendations to both nation al conventions in fav...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 April 1920

H i 11 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1920. 3 1 I ISlETBTELL Former Governor of Minneso ta Relates Experiences as . Wilson Representative. DENIES ATTACK ON CATHOLIC CHURCH Behooves U. S. as Great Neighbor of Weak Nation to Be Very Patient. WASHINGTON, April 27. The story of John LInd, former governor of Min nesota, of his experiences in Mexico as President Wilson's personal repre sentative, was told today to the sen ate Investigating committee. Includ ed was some account of his efforts to induce Huerta to abdicate the dicta torship he held following overthrow of the Madero government and before American occupation of Vera Cruz. Revolution was necessary in Mexi co, Mr. Lind contended, to rectify con ditions "though it will take decades to, bring the people up to our stand ards." He denied he had ever, as Ex aminer Kearfull, for the committee asked, "attributed all of the ills of Mexico to the influence of the Cath olic church" and denied he bad ever made such state...

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. — 28 April 1920

H 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1920. . . I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-Glass Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah . ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of the 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 ..S .75 One Year MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PEESS 7 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 PARKS OF THE CITY. Li charge of public parks is Commissioner Flygare, who is de voting his energies lo making the city's recreation grounds attrac tive. But the commissioner is somewhat disturbed to find his efforts being checked by young people from schools who, invading the parks at this time of year, when the ground is soft and seed "has just been planted, destroy the work oC...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 April 1920

11- 3 ILOVE and MARRIED IIFEf 1 Jmj, the noted author I . i Idah M(Hone Gibson ... KISSES DIFFERENT KINDS. "And you're not coming homo with mo?" John continued, unhappily. "Do j you know how long I have been wife- f less, Katherine?" "About four months," I answered, "but, oh, many times in the first two I would have been glad to come back had you asked me." "You know I couldn't do that. You left mo of your own accord, against my wishes., and I could not ask you to come back." "You you're asking me now." "Now it is different. By some criss cross in the web of fate you have be come a rich woman and I know you are going to be the prey of both fools . and fortune hunters. I think it is my x duty to have you where J can look after you." I Ii nequesi is explained. My heart sank. So tlmt was why John had asked me to go back not be cause he wanted me for himself, but becaluse he wanted me for himself, but because he still had. a lingoriug idea 1 that I would give "him charge of my money. "W...

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. — 28 April 1920

6 OP-OFN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1920. J I TALKS ON PIS TO ROW CLUB J. W. Stevens of Pacific Coast Bureau Illustrates His b Address Illuminating his talk with a number of stereopticon slides, and" a rod of moving picture film snowing tho de vasation, loss of money and life due to tho careless guarding of property and the consequent ravage of fire, Jay W. Slovens, interested a crowded meeting of the Rotary club hero at noon today. Mr- Stevens is the manager of tho Fire Prevention Bureau of the Pacific. To illustrate his points he said that Iho first fire in San Francisco oc curred on Christmas, 18-19. Immedi ately afterwardB a firo department was organized. In tho fifties five large fires occurred. In 3902 H. G. Sullivan, fircchiof, urged that a bet ter firo fighting system be installed, but his plan was laughed at. On April IS, 1906, Chief Sullivan was killed in the big fire, Every sugges tion he made has since been carried out. Mr. Stevens said 23,000 lives were los...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 April 1920

THK or.nPM onr a njh a ro EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1920. ' 7 ' . l I Judge Agce on Supreme Bench Reverses Utah County Judge . Complete record' or the decision of the state supremo court in the case of Martha 0. Kockhill and Albert C. Engberg, administrators, against Wil liam 0. Creer, in which the judgment of the district court of Utah county, which gave a verdict In .favor of the plaintiff, was reversed and actloy dis missed, was received in Ogden this morning. It appears that in January, 1912, A. B. Itockhill, now deceased, sold to the defendant Crecr G25 shares of the cap ital stock fn the Young Men's Com pany, a corporation, engaged In mer cantile business at Spanish Fork. In order to induce the defendant to buy the stock, Rockhill represented to him that the company was solvent and in good financial condition and that Its assets largely exceeded its liabilities, including its liabilities to stockholders. Relying on these representations, Crecr" bought the stock from Rockh...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 April 1920

H 8 THF Qhcm qt nh ARO-EXAEE APRIL 28, 1920. I I Folder Being Distributed Tells of Beginning of L. D. S. Church An illustrated folder "In Commem oration of the Divine ushering in of iho Dispensation of the Fullness of Times Through Joseph Smith, the l'rophet In the Spring fo 1820," has been issued and is being distributed by the general boards of the Mutual Improvement associations of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The illustrations include a photo of Joseph Smith ami a scene of the "Sa cred Grove" at Palmyra, N. Y., where Joseph Smith claimed to have received his "first vision" The church Is at the. present time celebrating the centen-J ary of the event. The reading matter in the folder tells how Joseph Smith, then a boy of 15 years, was troubled over the pre vailing rivalry and contention among sectarian churches and that in his de-j sire to find the Church of Christ "re-i tired to the grove near his home and prayed for light on the subject. The i powers of evil ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 April 1920

THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1920. 9 jjxH I Bay May Be Set Aside as Public Hunting Ground and Preserve Marking preliminary steps In a - .impalffn to set aside certain arcad Irs Bear Rlvgr bay, at the north of Great . Salt Lake, as a public hunting grour.ds and other areas ns resting' places for waterfowl, R. H. Slddoway, atnto fish and game commissioner, yesterday sent maps of the Bear River bay country to Washington. Duo to the Lucin cut-off of the Southern Pacific railroad, which vir tually encloses the Bear River bay on ' tho south, the waters are. gradually losing their saline properties. The maps sont to "Washington are acco'rripanled by letters to tho various members of tho Utah delegation to congress, asking that an area be set aside as a breeding and propagaring ground for waterfowl. It is asked that a. portion of the lands now un surveyod bo designated for this pur pose, and that provision be made for iho formulating of rules and regJia tlons to be admi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 April 1920

H 10 THE QGpENJTANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, T92Q. I Measure Calls for America First Attitude in Ship Business IkW TO UNSHACKLE L NATION, JONES SAYS Sale of Vessels to Be Conduct ed Business Like, Bill Provides WASHINGTON, ' April 2S -Establishment of an American-first polioy fpruho development of the American merchant marlno is provided in a bill d.t&fted ns a substitute for tho house merchant marlno bill by the senate cpmmerco sub-commltteo and mado public today by Chairman Jones, who pjahs to report It to the full commit to , tomorow. Coastwise shipping, the bill pro vides, must be entirely American defied whllo 75 per cent of the stock of,.1 corporations engaged in foreign trade must be held by American cit izens. Sale of American ships to for eign interests would bo prohibited by thej bill without the approval of tho shaping board. i Unshackles America. The bill would prohibit the inter slate commerce commission from ex orcising existing authority to grant preferen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 April 1920

Wong Ark Is Given Two Months in City Jail; Other Cases Set Federal Judge Tillman D. Johnson presided over the session of United States district court hero this morning when Wong Jim, a local Chinaman, was arraigned on a charge of having a .quantity of smoking opium and cocaine in his possession. The defendant pleaded not guilty and jury trial was set for Ogden on Monday morning next. Wong Ark, also a local Chinaman, arrested by City Detectives Everett C. E. Noble and Win. Taylor was arraign ed on a like charge and pleaded guilty. t He was sentenced to two months in the county jail. He has been in the qity jail since March 25. The Judge treated the case with clemency be cause IL was not proven that the de fendant had sold any opium but that he had b"een an habitual user of the drug for 25 years. The case against G. Abe, a local Japanese charged with operating a still at Pleasant View, was set for hearing Monday next before Judge Johnson and a' jury. Assistant United States Attorney H...

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. — 28 April 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, APRIL Z8, 1920. ' 1 II STATE ANPJPAMO NEWS" Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State Organization of D Troop Utah Cavalry Completed; Equip ment Is Ordered BRIGHAM CITY, April 2S. Organi zation of D troop, Utah cavalry, has been completed and iho roster of offi cers and non-commissioned officers an nounced as follows: Captain, M. L. Young; lieutenants. J. C. Lilywhlte and Ruel Eskelsen; first sergeant, L. H. Wadsworth; mesb sergeant, K. C. Wright; stable ser geant, O. G. Spencer; supply sergeant, J. W. Phillips; sergeants, W. H. Gleave, W. E. Davis, LeRoy Roskelley, It. C. Day and B. M. Thompson; cor porals, Emery J. Rees, Bert Olsen, Var nick Hansen, R. A. Lee, Milton Jen sen, Hervin B.'Anderson, Albert Dix on, saddler, Charles Brown; cooks, Sterling D. Madsen, Albert Dixon; horscshoers, W. T. Gidney, Roy Stone; buglers, B M. Thompson, O. C. Ja cobsen; first class privates, O. G. Bar geron, D. B. Baron, LeRoy J. Bott, Francis M. Fish...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 April 1920

. . r HE STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2tt, 1920. ?fT , , H Jac& Harbertson Wrestles Champion Santel to Draw I SENIORS CAPTURE ' ' INTERCLASS ' IEET Ogden Hi Meet Creates Inter est; Veasy Is Individ ual Star. Seniors of the Ogden High school were easy winners In the Interclass track and field games staged at the High school yesterday afternoon, roll ing up a total score of 91 points. The sophomores were second with 7 points while the juniors ?nd freshmen tied for third with 4 points .each. t Vcasv was the bright star of the meet and divided honors with O'Kcefe, Griffen and Richards, Ver.sy won the high jump, broad jump and low hur dles scoring 15 points. His work in all events w.s the stellar order. O'Kcefe ' ' showed his class In the sprints defeat ing his rival Harold Hutlon by close) margins, n the distance events Grif-j fen had things his own way copping j both the half mile and mile runs. The marks of the men in all events were good, but the mark of 39 feet 3 I inches ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 April 1920

I 14 - THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1920. 1 H Tintic .Standard and Sells Are Again Feature of Trading on Market' -Trading today on the Salt Lnke stock and Mining Exchange was falr lj active with the prices about steady in most of the issues. Several showed some strength, this being particularly noticeable in Tintic Standard and Sells, the former closing yesterday at $4.45. It opened this morning at ?i.50 H and sold as high as $4.55. closing H strong with this price bid for it. The H latter opened weak at 21 cents but gained strength on tho second call and advanced to 22 cents, closing strong with this price bid for it. Alta Con. changed hands at Sc; Big Hill sold at 9Vc and 9a4c; Eureka Lily brought 16c and 17c; Cardiff changed hands at $1.G2&: Iron King sold at 29 c; Keystone sold from 90r. to 92c; Na'ildriver went at GOc; New Quincv was active at Gic and 7c; Tin tic Central sold at 3c; Walker Mining brought $3.55 and S3.G0; Yankco was very heavily traded i...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 April 1920

BSB5 N -'il-H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, -WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1920. 15 " I 1H H1 - . i iH FOR SALE Real Estate j SMITH & FLINDERS Commercial National Bank Cltv Housing Department . (Ask for Mr Boyle) 53250 Buvs a magnificent five room modern home, largo lot. Good location. $5500 Buvs a beautiful seven room home on the bench. All modern features. 53000 A comfortable and attractive five room frame modern home, located on orth Washington; fine lnm, garden and chick en house In connection. J58O0 Fine five room modern brick bungalow, south location, with 2.& lots In connection TWO flvo room modern houses on very easy terms. Call S17-N-R. ?9 FROERER fc FOWLES Real Estate Loans Insurance 2403 Hudson Avenue Phone 917 j FARM BARGAIN 30 acre. One of the bet hay and grain farms In Ogden valley. Small house: good well; new machinery sufficient to run place. Price 56000. You can live In Ogdcn and run this place very nicely. 3 acre farm, located In the east part a of Huntsvillo. Good h...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 April 1920

I .v" ,r ' " " ' : gtattftari-1Examtttir '" " J I Wear Your Old Suit , SWW lv-wW VWNJ VW" Patches If Necessary SAWV VWV ,SV IVW ' White Collar' Protests I "Don't cast away your old clothing. Wear your suits until holes appear and then put on patches. You will then do your part In bringing down tho high cost of clothing." , This is the stand taken by Mayor Frank Francis marking a departure from the "overalls" idea, in order that workinginon may not be made to shoul der an additional burden through in crease in price of denims and a result ing shortage from tho great demand. Instead of wearing the denims Mayor Francis urges tho people of Ogden to utilize their old clothes io tho last. In the eastern states patches arc be coming badges of honor and, according to reports, a common sight on Broad way is to see prominent New Yorkers, I Only Two Out of 300 Cattle Found to Be Suffering With Tuberculosis That the northern Utah district is the cleanest dairy district in the en tire United Sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 April 1920

Fif.leth yer-N.. 105. p Fiv. o.nu. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1920. LAST ED1T1QN-4 P. M, j; GENERAL PLANS ATTACK ON MEXICO CITY I B - m m A & & & 5 'H I LABOR PARTY ARRANGES CONVENTION A A & ' I I- DELEGATES T0 i OUTLINE IS State Ownership of Essential Industries and Unused Land Are Leading Planks V DISARMAMENT OF WORLD IS SOUGHT Equal Suffrage and Equal Pay for iVIen and Women in Industry Endorsed 'CHICAGO, April 29. The national labor party convention "will b.e held in Chicago, July 11, 12 and 13, to nomin-J ate candidates for president and vlccj president and draft a platform, it was announced today by Frank J. Esper, national secretary. -Every labor and farm organization in the country will be invited to send one delegate for each 500 members. Esper predicted that 5,000 delegates would attend. The national labor party was formed hero last November by 1,200 repre sentatives of farm and labor organiz ations. Max S. Hayes of Cleveland, is national...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 April 1920

j ... THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1920. x I 5 1 5 Five Months' Investigation of I I Denomination's Affairs Re- 1 E ported to Public. I 1 MOTHER CHURCH I MANUAL SUSTAINED I Service in Office Not to Ex 1 S ceed Five Years Authority 1 ; of Directors Is Upheld. I ; NEW YORK, April 28. Supporting I the manual of the mother church and I li the Christian Science organization as I ft ; projected by Mary Baker Eddy, the I church committee on general welfaro j, after five months' Investigation of tho H c denomination's affairs in Boston, made B r public majority and minority reports B r here today. Thp findings aggregate B t 13,000 words and are said to be "en B couraging and constructive." B -v Among the majority recommenda-1 B c tions are: j B That no member of the mother; B church shall receive for professional ! B i services aggregate excess of $10,000 j H a year; that there "bo closer and more j Bj relationship between officials and H 3 members"; that officials of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 April 1920

j j THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1920. 3 I1 KH I, RAPID SPREAD OF REVOLUTION I OVER MEXICO Rival Forces Under Arms Nearly Equal in Number Is Washington Report. AMERICAN TROOPS PREPARE FOR ACTION Tampico Is Being Surrounded and Matamoros in Pre carious Condition. WASHINGTON. April 2S. Mexicnn advices hero today, both through Am erican and rebel channels, continued to note a rapid spread of the revolu tionary movement against the Car ranza government, particularly In the cloBe vicinity of Mexico City Itself. Government officials here, however, said they saw nothing In these rather scattered incidents immediately criti- mum cai jn me situation laceu oy toe ieu- oral authorities. LWl The best available information, it HH , was added, indicated that the rival Hj 1 forces under arms were nearly. equal HH in number. IH News from the southern part of Mexico confirmed reports that Ourna vaca, Puebla and Cuautla were in reb ol hands, and Zapatistas had gathered Hj In some ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 April 1920

I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered aa Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah t ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated ProBB f An independent Newspaper, publishod- every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance jDne Month $ One Year MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS c 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 SALT LAKE'S MISTAKE : Less than 3000 property owners, in a city of over 100,000, voted Tuesday on the question of an issue of over three million dollars in Jjonds to improve the water supply of Salt Lake City. A few hundred votes determined the question as to whether Salt Lake should go on suffering a dangerous water shortage each summer and thereby be restricted in its growth. One of the telling points made against the proposed improve ments...

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