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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUSEDAY, MAY 4, 1920. 7 'H (9 -Quilt iMh "Cnro" you care to wear DUNDEE . Themhi ute you slip into your finished Dundee Suit you will know what a real fit and extra suit satisfaction are. It's the, suit for YOU it belongs. "When you wear it you FEEL all dressed up. Order your new Decoration Day Soil Now Be ready in a new stylish Dun dee' summer suit for the big day the 30th of this month. Don't leave it until too late come in today to select your fabric and be measured. Tailored by Union men individ ually for you. $30 and up. OWEN BENNETT, Prop. On Hudson Ave. by the Alhambra Theater j-" Mother and Her Two . . GuMren Reunited Li Tho "Varnor family, lira. Gortrudo I Vamor and her two daughters, Esther, agod 14, and Helen, agod 3, have boen reunited, after the 'youngsters had spont a night and tho greater part of a day at tho depot waiting room. Tho youngsters were sent from Grand Junction, Colorado, to Ogdcn by their aunt. A lotter to the chil dren's moth...

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. — 4 May 1920

" "ll II 8 ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUSEDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1920. . ,JJLIJ,; ' :' " " ' ( I I Brooklyn and Boston Again Stage Extra Spasm Game I I Smith and Fillingim Twirl En tire Game For Both Aggregations. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won. Lost Cincinnati 0 6 Brooklyn S G Philadelphia 9 5 Pittsburg 7 6 St. Louis ". G S Boston .1 5 fi Chicago 7 9 Now York 3 9 Yesterday's Results. New York C, Philadelphia 9. Brooklyn 1, Boston 2. Nineteen in nings. Chicago 5, Cincinnati 0; second game Chicago 2, Cincinnati 1. No other games scheduled. BOSTON, May 3. Boston and Brooklyn went into the nineteenth in ning today before Boeckel's single scored Sullivan with the run which gave Boston a 2 to 1 victory. Fil lingim and Smith pitched all the way 1 and honors were practically even until j Smith weakened in the nineteenth. Today's game, following the 26-in-i nihg tie between Brooklyn and Boston Saturday and Brooklyn's 13-inning j' game with Philadelphia yesterday, gave Brooklyn the new major league r...

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. — 4 May 1920

fl THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. TUSEDAY, MAY 4, ) 920. 9 Swift & Company Does Not Control Its Raw Material Km' 1 Other industries can buy their raw I mm materials according to need or judgment, t I HI J. and set a selling price. They need j II . J manufacture only what they can sell at I II I their price. I II Cotton, wool, wheat, lumber, iron, I II I steel, and other non-perishables, can be B II I held either by their producers or their J HI J users until needed. I HI But live stock comes to market every B mmk day in fluctuating quantities from scat- I tered sources, wholly uncontrolled and 6 Hp" at times without regard to market needs. I, I D mwHi An immediate outlet must be found j I' ! for the perishable products, at whatever J price, as only a very small proportion can be stored. ! No one can foresee or stipulate what they shall bring; prices must fluctuate from day to day to insure keeping the J market clear. I Only the most exacting care of every E detail of distribution ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 May 1920

W I ' 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUSEDAY, MAY 4, 1920. ,. , . ; ' j H iTlNTIC AGAIN GGISLQWER General Trend of Trading on " S. L. Exchange Is Downward Trading, generally speaking, was f'airlv active on the Salt Lake Stock and "Mining Exchange today, with the goneral trend downward. This was 1 most noticeable in Tintic Standard and Eureka Lily, the former which has been going down steadily for the past I few davs, opened at $1.20 and sold as lo.w as $4 10, closing with the stock of fered at this price and with only 1.05 bid, while the latter opened at 15c and was very active as low us 13 Vic, clos ing with 13c bid and 13Vc asked. Sells nas also vary weak, changing hands as low as 20c and closed with the stock r offered for this price. Black Metals sold at 7c; Columbus Kexall changed hands as low as 5Gc; Cardiff brought $l.G2Vs; Daly West brought ?-U5; Iron King changed hands al'fiSl&c and 20c; Lehi Tintic I was active, at l-lo: New Quincy was I steady at Gc; Eureka Bullion s...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 4 May 1920

!. , FOR SALE j ! ' Real Estate j A BARGAIN FOR CASH Sovon room modern brick, gam go. house will bo thoroughly tinted nnd reflnlshd Inside. lot 75x250 foot, has wntor right nd assortment of fruit, rtoso In on North Washington nvenue. Price J4750; can by Imndlod for J2760 cajh. GUARANTY1 MORTGAGE CO. Phona 2J0-2S1 4IG Twenty-fourth St. 120Z SMITH & FLINDERS CO. Commercial National Bunk City Home Department (Ask for Mr. Boyle) $-1000 JJuys n sovon room brick, modern home, located on the boncli. Will accept good cr or email modern home as part pay ment. $3500 Iluya six room part modern frame, good location, with barn, concrete cellar and . garage In connection. $3000 . Buys flvo room frame, modorn. on unflh-i Inton avenue, nlco lawn, garden, chicken houso, assorted fruit trees. $3250 Burn a five room modern brick bungalow, cboloe location, good lot. A real bargain. TO CLOSE AN ESTATE ' We offer on North Washington tour room houso with, lot 57x330, Price $3000. Eaoy term. , . ,,nn L...

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. — 4 May 1920

Ifctmmi 1 11 ' inn Former Ogden Attorney Leaves Assistant Attorney General ship for Private Practice Special Assistant United States At torney General Charles C. Richards, former attorney of Ogden, has ro slgncrt his position in connection with the anti-trust cases In order to look I after his private law practice in Salt i Lake, acordlng to dispatches which i reached Ogden this morning from ' Washington. In explaining the reason of the pressure of his private practice, which made 'it impossible for him to do full justice to the work with tho attorney general, he had filed his resignation with much regret. In speaking of tho matter, Mr, Richards said: 'When I excepted the appointment last fall, it was oven then somewhat doubtful if I would find mysolf ablo to devote my whole time and energies to the government work because of certain very pressing private legal work then under way hero in Salt Lake. v t"l went to Washington hoping that 7 would bo so able, to manage my af j fairs as ...

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. — 5 May 1920

Fiftieth Year-No. 111. Price Five Cent, QGDEN CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M. I KNOX LAUNCHES SENATE fid FOR PEACE I Hl - A. A R rV ifc ' PL . A -Jfc- 1 t carranza planes bomb rebel towns I a ib JL. a. at I. WARSHIPS TO DEPART FBI MEXICAN DUTY Secretary Daniels Gives Cap tain Full Instructions for Emergencies CARRANZA AIRPLANES BOMBARDING TOWNS Commander of Yaqui Troops Falls Into Power of Rebel Leaders XJGW VOR.Iv. May Six de stroyer.", accompanied by tiic lender Blncklmwk, left their an chorage witli the Atlantic fleet Jn the Hudson river at - p. m. today nnd sailed for Key West for possible duty in Mexican waters. "WASHINGTON. May 5. Secretary Daniels today ordered a division of destroyers, now at New York with the Atlantic fleet, to sail immediately for Key West' where they will be held for. possible duty In Mexican waters. The doatroyers are commanded by Captain Byron Longr on the tender! Blackhawk, which will accompany the flotilla. Captain Lon...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 May 1920

I" MAN SERIOUSLY HURTJH CRASH Fred Maddock Riding Bicycle Struck by Auto Driven by Herman Krbtofferson Fred Maddock, foreman of J. G. Kead &. Bros.' harness shop, sustained several fractured ribs, contusions and bruises when he was knocked from his bicycle by an automobile, which he said was driven by Herman Kristoffer son, the painter. The accident oc curred Tuesday evening shortly before 6 o'clock at Tenth street and Wash 1 ington avenue. Mr. Maddock was returning home from work and was riding north on 1 the paved side of Washington avenue ! when he Bald Mr. Kristofferson, tum i ins from Tenth street to go south 1 struck him. Mr. Maddock was hurled heavily to tho pavement. Dr. J. R. Morrell attended the in jured man, who Injuries are not ex pected to result seriously. Iuu I UNION TO FIGHT RAISE IN HAIRCUTS I i CHICAGO, May -i. Attempts of i master barbers to increase the price of I i haircuts to 75 cents because of wage' -increases granted would be fought by the journeymen bar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 May 1920

H e THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1920. 3 j ' fl m- OGDEN FIRM IS GIVEN CONTRACT SBjlH Utah Construction Company jH to Build Double Track H for Union Pacific H A contract which, will call Cor Km employment of between 600 and 700 BH laborers and the expenditure- of Homo H hundreds of thousands of dollars has H been lot by the Union raclflc railrond H to the Utah Conntructlon company of H thin H Word was received here "yesterday from tho head of fleas of tho Union H Pacific railroad at Omahn, nnnounc- fl Ins that the bid of tho local company H for tho construction of a double track t on tho system between LeKoy and Wasatch, a distance of 35 jnllcs, had been ncccptc-d. Work on the project will commenco Ja f in n short, time, said officials of the company this morning:. 4 oo M Sick Shanger Runs H When He's Questioned A stranger is at large on the streets B of Ogden with a case of smallpox, nc- B cording to several railroad men who flB reported having seen tho man today ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 May 1920

HP 1 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1920. f I II THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY j Entered as Second-Olass Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah I " ESTABLISHED 1870 j Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press ! An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun j day morning without a muzzle or a club. I ' Subscription in Advance ' One Month f j One Year , a,IJU J MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS " 'The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published heroin. - If LET US HAVE PEACE. '! Word comes from Salt Lake that the contractors and labor lead ers have arrived at an amicable understanding and building and other work is progressing without any sign oC a tie up. Here in Ogden the tension is increasing and the two forces show no signs of an adjustment of their differences. Should Salt Lake and Ogden hold to thes...

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

B THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1920. 3 ? 'H ti - ILOVE and MARRIED LIFE Xj. the noted author I Idah MSGlone Gibson j A LETTER raOM n EL I.N. JH "I don't think I will feel well enough H today to go to Ruth's," I answered iH Alice, "and besides. Charllo Goodwin H '-a coming over to talk business with H mo beforo ho goo down to tho oil B ' A shado passed over Alice's face. I H knew that sho was thinking that pcr- H haps Jt might havo bocn better after B all had I given my business. Interests H over to Johm And yet she must havo H known Just as well as 1 Just what I B had gone through about money ever H since I had beon married. She her- H self had told mo that if John was given l bhargo of my, business I would not L havo tho slightest thing to say about PHPBH its management, and I know in my ln- r!v -4 moat heart that neither would I havo I 11 f any lncomo from it that I could call K own. That John would ko on In! HB; l tho unit old way, thinking bocauso he H - had gi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 May 1920

Hj ? ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 19Z0. f I it ' Assistant Postmaster Garner ' Tells of Civil Service Poor Pay "The public may think It Is hearing I: nothing else but howls about poor J wages, but the civil Bervant of old I Uncle Sam Is the last to complain" said Rufus A. Garner, assistant post j master of Ogden this morning and I ,! I agree with Judge K. M. Landis. of j , Chicago. ! ! The recent state of Federal Judge ;! , Landis that the U. S. Government was i the moBt unfair employer of. labor In lj the country Is the echo of a sentiment in the heart of many patriotic Ameri cans. Perhaps it is because we want everything connected with the inti mate workings of the Government In- eluding its salaries to be like Cea ( sar's -wife, above reproach; or perhaps i it Is because of the seeming hopclcss- ness of effecting a salary increase for ' these truly loyal and efficient workers I that we make It our concern. "The accuracy with which the mails j are handled; the ...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 May 1920

fl ' rvAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1920. 7 IRANGE, FARMS ' IN El SHAPE General Improvement Noted in Weekly Report of State Meteorologist Improvement In range and agricul tural conditions throughout the stato arc shown as a result of tho warm woathcr of tho post few days, In the weekly range and crop report Issued today by J. Cecil Alter, director of tho Salt Lako weather bureau. The report follows: "A better dovolopmcnt Is apparent generally In range feed, fall grains and spring sown crops, though the nights aro still loo cold for tho best growth. Tho precipitation of the week was confined to tho northwestern portion. Fall grains generally, and spring grains in tho southern portion are making good progress: in tho northern portion tho bettor weather has pcrmlttod much grain and beet seeding-. The range and grains need rain In tho southwestern portion, and In Emory county It Is still too dry for planting. "A general Improvement is noted In the condition of livo stock, many hav ing foun...

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. — 5 May 1920

8 ' THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, )92Q, j - Charles F. Dinsmore of Ogden : wto Conduct Sessions of 1 Holy Royal Craft 1 1 , Charles F. Dinsmoro of Ogden, -will I ' preside at the annual convention of !j - the Holy Royal Craft, as the Royal j . Arch branch of Masonry is., known, - which opens this morning in the Ma i sonic temple at'Salt Lake. After the j . Blue lodge the Holy Royal Craft is the oldest of Masonic organizations. J Among the things which will have II the attention of the Royal Craft is the ! emphasizing of. the necessity for con j . serving the spiritual forces of the na j tion's life. j It was due to the efforts of Charles 1 . F. Jennings that the grand chapter of ) RoyaL Arch Masons of Utah was or- ! ganized in 1911 and the jurisdiction J how has six chapters. Its grand high priest, Charles F. Dinsmore of Ogden, will preside at this convention, at which will be present representatives from Ogden, Park City, Provo and 'k Price. The session will conclu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1920. 1 See How Chandler Checks With 1 1 I t.' Hih-Priced Cars . .1 I I I" I HE CHANDLER SIX throughout its seven years of production has been distinguished for its many jdistinctively superior features of V j. JL design and equipment which are used also on the highest priced American cars and not used in any considerable degree by cars ' , ti I now priced hundreds of dollars higher than the Chandler. See, then, how the Chandler checks .with ten of the best-known high-priced cars in .'3: jj I v : these features selected as being characteristic of high grade design and most efficient service. , , :i:X&"" I I i' "'7":,"':. . Superior Chandler Features, and J I ; ' the Hig'h-Priced Cars that use Them . il ' PHANBIFR 18 One Piece Aluminum Motor Base, which ties the frame PRAWniER QIY 4 Annular Ball-Bearing Transmission. H UmiWLLIV OlA of the car together at four points, thus providing a stif- v WUtiWhh! OfiA Also wed by Winton, Pierce-A...

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. — 5 May 1920

HI STATE ANDJMHO MEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I! Jack Vincent, Seven Years' ! Old, Meets Death Under j Car of Peter Crystal i I ; SALT LAKE, May 5. Struck by nn ; 1 automobile yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Jack Vincent, 7 year old son: of Bert Vincent oC Garfield, was sever-1 lv injured and died an hour later. Thej car which struck the boy was driven by Peter Crvstal of 363 East Ninth South street, Salt Lake. Those who witnessed the accident and investigate i ed it, absolved Mr. Crystal from blame. ' At the timo of the accident several Garfield teachers were accompanying' a dozen or more school children from one building to another and they were v.alking in the road. When Crytal approached with his car he sounded his horn several limes and the chil- dren scattered so as to give him room, j As he was passing,, however, tho Vin cent boy is said to have become con U fused and ran directly in front of the M car. He was knocked down and the, I front wheels .p...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 May 1920

H . fiHEOGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1920. ' - H I Ogden A. A. A thletes Expected to Defeat Colleges I Fastest Sprinters in Western States to H Compete For Honors 1 Will Haymond, Martin, Wilson, Larson and Richards Be Able 1 to Score More Points Than the Combined Aggie and H j Utah Scores? Many Fans Betting On Outcome. The argument has started! One gent said It could be done and before ho had completed his little "side" Jight on the big event a second dyed-in-the-wool fan stepped forward with fire in I ( his eye and said absolutely NO. And I before the affair could be settled, one I perfectly good Underwood typewriter, h the writer, the Wee Gee board and msj half dozen sport followers and their J favorites, comprising some odd scores Hj retreated to the ante-room (of course, J- there -was nothing to ante) where the j matter was thrashed out. ' And fans, before we forget or be- '' fore you go to sleep reading this chat ter, let it be said that the argument concerned the...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 May 1920

H 1 rJ- . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1920. . . I ; ACTIVITY SHOWN ON EXCUSE Tintic Standard Proves Excep tion by Upward Move ACTIVITY SHOWN 10 MARKETS. .."Tradinp today on tho Salt Lake Stock fc Mining exchango was rather active, with tho general tendency downward. There were a few exccp I tions to this. Tintic Standard was practically the only stock on the hoard to show any advance. This stock closed yesterday around $4.05; , .this morning it openod at $4.15 and advanced to $4.25, but weakened a trifle before the close, closing with the stock offered at $-1.20 and with only ?4.1 6 bid;. for it. Sells was very nclive. It opened at 20 cents! but weakened gradually until it closed with ISM cents bid and 19 cents asked. Alta Con. brought S4S-ic; Eu reka Lily was steady at 13514c; Bullion went at 5c; Columbus Rexall sold as low as R3c; Iron King was a trifle stronger, selling up to 30c; Lehi Tintic brought 13 14c; Michlgan Ltah was active, 12,000 shares chang ing han...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY. MAY 5. 1920. U H FOR SALE Real Estate J FROERER & FOWLES Real Estate Loans Insurance 1 2409 Hudson Ave. Phono 91j Irrlg-ated farm SI acres Al land locked In Ogdcn Valley: 74 acres of this place lias one of tho best -water rights In the valley, the remaining 10 acres being good j dry fnrni land. About flvo acres of tho H Is flno meadow pasture. Pea vlners and beet dump are within half mile of farm, fl Thcro arc no buildings on this place. This Is one of the best buyH In the valley. e will deliver the place now or January 1, 1S21. Price for Immediately delivery. IOC-acre farm situate S miles southwest of Ogdcn. 70 acres being Al farm land, with 1 " a pood water right. Two sets of buildings on place. Team?, cowr. hogs, chickens and machinery go with place. This Is a good beet and truck farm Price $27.t00; half cash. FROERER & FOWLES Real Estate and Insuranco 2103 Hudson Ave. Phono 017 j 11 1 1 fl A BARGAIN FOR CASH H. Seven room modern br...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 5 May 1920

RRR d H I WEDNESDAY. MAY 5. 1920. gtatftart-feOtttlfttgr ' I PSSlZEB Officers Elected at Meeting Last Night; Plant Is Now Completed Reorganization of the American Union Paint company, Ogden's newest industry, and election of officers took placo last night at a meeting of tho dl rectors and stockholders of tho com pany. It was voted during tho mcot ing to place for salo a small portion of stock before closing the books and beginning operations. The officers of the company elected at the meeting were: J. M. Jones, president and director; B. M. Fon, vice president and director; J. Ray Ward, treasurer and director; R, A. Moycs, director; F. F. Vause, director 1 and sales manager; Jonathan Jones, director; Harry S. I-Iarpor, director; J. C. Llttloficld, secretary, and W. J. 3Ionk, manager and superintendent. It was announced following the meeting that" tho new plant of the company. ncar-Twenty-first street and H Wall aVenue, has been practically completed, and the installation of ma chin...

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