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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 May 1920

H Fiftieth Year-No. 112. Price Five cents OGDEN CITY,. UTAH, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 6, 1920. ' V ' LAST EDITION 4 P. M7 P HO BOLSHEVIK I ARMIES ROUTED I li OFFENSIVE T Throw Down Arm in Panic tfc as Polish-Ukrainian Force $j Make Advance j if ATTACKERS UNITED j , BY RECENT TREATY Believe Armenia to Join With Soviets if Allies Do Not j Take Control j $ 1 WARSAW, May 5. (By the As sociated Press.) Fighting be tween the Poles and Bolsheviki for possession of Kiev, capital of the Ukraine, continue day and night. In the entire and semi-circle of the Kiev bridgehead they Polish infantry is .In contact with7 the Bolsheviki Infnnirv. I The Poles are slowly pushing back the enemy in the face of ma chine gun and artillery resistance. BERis'E, May 5. Reports that two Russian .Bolshevik armies have been routed and virtually destroyed in the course of the Polish-Ukranian offen sive against Kiev seem to be eon firmed by dispatches received here. Bolshevik troops were thrown into a panic by the rap...

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. — 6 May 1920

! THR OHHRN STANDARII-RXAMINER. THURSDAY. MAY. 6. 1920. I I Soldiers Will Advance From State of Chihuahua Shortly, j Says Judge. PRESIDENTS POWER' RAPIDLY WANING Chief Executive Cannot Main tain Authority Much Longer Say Washington Officials JUAREZ, Mexico., May 6 Ten thousand revolutionary soldiers short ly will begin a march upon Mexico City from the state of Chihuahua, ac cording to an announcement made here tonight by Jesus M. Cuen, former federal judge of the Juarez district, recently appointed to aid in the trans I fer of federal funds here incidental to the change of government. "Six thousand of the soldiers -will come from Sonora," Senor Cuen said. "The other 4,000 will Join tho column on its way south from Juarez." I Several hundred Yaqui troops from ' Casas Grandes have arrived in Juarez 1 during the last few days, nccording to military officials here. Two hundred i of this number reached here today. Gen. Escobar in Charge. General Josoph Gonzalo Escobar, commander of the ...

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. — 6 May 1920

r OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1920. - " 3 ! All Hat Shapes-Values Up to 1 I CT ft. TIIAM A C Rules for This Sale 1 jj H $10.00 in One Lot, at $L95 Laiijl I lliWwlfia no mail, telephone SmiP taken jj H 1" TllC "JJju s'fupy ONLY ' l H I V' Eefire Stock of 500 TRIMMED HATS-Tailored Bats-- fl 1 I II 1 SpOrfS HatS-CtiflcIretfS iafS tiered at Startling RedllCtiOnS An Amazing Collection at Remarkably Low Prices 1 I H ' jjf This remarkable sale of millinery comes at a most opportune time right at the beginning of the season almost when every woman is thinking about a new hat you can not help but find the hat that just suits you in this wonderful I It collection at a big saving in price. Not all mid-summer "hats arc included. r & . t : " . t : ' : - f H Beanlifnl Banded SAILORS jmk T d oflk. gttl ExcliSiwe Patterns 1 I f , New Models, Including tfTTj I 1 iMIIiiil 11 19 W&$ Go in Two Lots I NOVEL SPORT HATS fctv ; values up to 15.00 q w-- M V&SS9?-S0 14.95 1 I '- , &...

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. — 6 May 1920

Hj A THfi OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY. MAY 6. 1970 . "" . I I Il THE STANDARD-EXAMINER 1 PUBLISHING COMPANY . Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffcc, Ogden, Utah ESTABLISHED 1870" Member of tho Audit Bureau of Oiroulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening, and Sun ' ! day morning without a muzzle or a olub. ' Subscription in Advance One Month f fQ !Ono Year MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PEESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any nows oredited to it not otherwise credited in this paper I and also the local news published herein. . I WHY THE UNREST? A well-informed dealer in wheat and manufacturer of flour pre dicts a price of $3 for wheat at the Ogden elevators, which will hriug the price of flour up to $15 to $18 per hundred. No wonder workingmen are discontented and restless with shoes at $10, potatoes at S cents a pound, sugar at 28 cents and flour trying to reach the same level. Bive year...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 May 1920

rlLOVE and MARRIED IIFEf fyq. the noted author I j Idah MGlone Gibson HH "I know, dear, I konw," said Charles H ' when I turned abruptly away after H finding that I could not lie to him and H ' say that I was happy. "I also know," H he continued, "that I am wrong. It is H our .life, Kathorlne, and your job. No- Hj one can tell you how to do it, and you H are certainly the only one that has to H live it. But, oh you know, dear you H " know how much I want you to be H happy because I love you." HH I .put up my hand in expostulation H and1 Charles continued: ("Why BjH shouldn't I lovo you? You are the only K relative I have In the world." lie took my- hands and looked down into my K fa'co for a- moment silently. Then he H said: "Now what's the uso of my try flHHHt' p ing not only to lie to you, but to my- self. I don't love you Just because, I way back in the past a distant ances- HH tor was yours as well as mine. I love H ' you because you are the woman on HI earth to me. There has ne...

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. — 6 May 1920

B 6- THE'OGDErr STAID'xT THURSDAY, MAY67Wia I I I I : Sharman, Mitchell and Ford Lead Field; Registered Shoot Next Sunday Tho weekly shoot of tho Ogdcu Gun club was held yesterday with Dave Hood, high professional, and Ford, Sharman and Mitchell Ileitis for' Cop position. Several shooters from Salt JaUe paid the club a visit, ns well as to get used to the traps preparatory to tho regis tered tournament, which will be held Sunday. Hood representative of the Reming ton Arms company, stepped out in tho lead, oiid was never in dangor, finish ing with a brilliant score of 49. Shar man, Mitchell and Ford succeeded in ilelnj? for honors of the amateurs, by breaking a score of IS out of 50. War ren Bin ford, a new member of the club, decided to bring a team mate along with him, so picked on Jack 1-Jarbcrtson. AVarron little realized that Jack had been raised on the Shores of Salt Lake, spending his early days In a duck blind. When the smoke cleared away, it was found that Jack had Warren pi...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 May 1920

- THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1920. p 7 .771 : JMVjf II I ' Good Oolfees Dundee Clothes : f II j jj: Build Confideiice J HH I 3 Notliing succeeds like success. And nothing helps so much as the MM I t appearance of success. The men who are dressed neatly, who step $ H9 j fj out with heads high secure in the knowledge that their clothing is j Kl above criticism, not only command the respect and admiration o H&' ! otliors but they also possess that necessary ingredient of success r self-confidence. ' ? I Yoei Cao Get a God Suit Here 1 m I ; for Under $50 . 1 Bfl I We have quantities of good .quality all-wool weaves that our . tailors h R' '. g v-ill make into stylish, perfect fitting suits for you at less than. $50. j Wm 'I Better order a new one now for Decoration Day. m I INDIVIDUALLY TAILORED Kj UNION MADE Wm i HI y r H "j I OWEN BENNETT, Proprietor. En 3 0n Hudson Avenue by the Alhambra Theater HI uli M Will' XVf-M'4KmWWSMUimAJlV 1 Socialists Say He Has Done M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 May 1920

mi I - - . 1 1 ji 5 J FHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 192G. ' 1 I1 " 1 iliW' Returns Indicate Plurality of 10,000 Over California Senator INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 6. Ma-Jor-General Leonard Wood -with a to tal of S1.571 votes apparently Is as sured ot a plurality of almost ten thou sand over Senator Hiram W. Johnson, of California, who has 72,132, on the face o unofficial returns from 3,183 precincts out of 3,387 in Indiana in Tuesday's presidential preference pri mary election. The 204 missing pre cincts are in fourteen scattered coun ties of the 92 in the state. Governor Frank C. Lowdcn, of Illi nois, with a total of 36,6S2 votes con I" tinues in third place, while Senator 'Warren G. Harding of Ohio Is fourth with 19,216. General Wood, on tho face of the re turns, has carried nine of the thirteen congressional districts in the state and has a plurality in 53 counties where j unofficial reports are complete. Sena tor Johnson won four congressional districts and 24 count...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 May 1920

I I A BIG CUT IN MILLINERY PRICES ( v S Extra Special Vakes Offered j & In Dress and Tailored Hats. Also Graduation Hats at , I $495 EACH I Also Great Bargains at g & I $2.95 and $3.95 each 1 11 UNTRIMMED SHAPES J f': I $1.00andup f j . , 3 Children's Hats at Cost 1 HI STAFFORD MILLINERY CO. ' ISalyation Army Plans Home Service Program Direct contact with, and Immediate aid for every needy person In the .'. United States Is the aim of the Salva ( tion Army's home service program for 1920, according- to Hamilton Gardner, I commander of the American Legion in Utah, who is serving as chairman of i the non-sectarian advisor' board di- l recting this work locally. Mr. Gardner said: "Whether financially, morally or physically down the Salvation Army stands every ready to extend the help W. . ing hand to .any individual regardless 2 of creed or color. It was this uni versal and uncompromising Christian ity which marked the overwhelming success of the Salavation Army at homo and abr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 May 1920

II I 1 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1920. - t S 1 n , ,i . I Underwear J E'RE putting on special dis 1 play, thin week, the lighter H. weights and meshes in Spring under- wear. It's a gathering of Americans finest products from vhich to exer- cisc your personal preference. . : ?EW BRITISH AMBASSADOR AND WIFE 1 1 IN HIGH SPIRITS ON ARRIVAL IN U. S k- -- Sir Auckland C. Geddes, the new j - . British ambassador, e" Lndy 3 Pj Geddes were in high spirits when I o s' -"v Wf? ey arrive iQ New York. Lady ft' Geddes smiled with happy recol- H 3k ir lection as the ship steamed up tho . ilL A ay anc saw Staten Island, v whero she at one time lived. Sir rff'V A PPlfliN v Auckland, a sbc-footer, smiled his ''-liJL friendship when greeted by a host Sir Auckland Geddes and wife, photographed on arrival in New York. I SERVICE STAR LEGION 1 ASKS INDEPENDENCE TOLEDO, Ohio, May 6. A resolu tion to repeal to the American Legion to change Its constitution to the extent thta it may re...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 May 1920

Woman Initiate Exposes Weird Rites of the Rosicrucians I v Fearsome Oaths and Exhibitions of Magic ; A Described as Chief Features in ' Ceremony of Induction t s' the' general sad Indifference to tho I roost recent computation of vrll. the coming force, and to the latest aro nomlcal and astrological data from Mount rfi Ecclesla thcro arc persona In New York -who are not aware that many branches of the t Itoslcruclan Society exist In America 1 1. 4 ." Spencer Lewis. F. Tv. C, grand master en cral and impcrator ot the TtosaccrJOian ,v (note the spelling), shares this Ignorance i'. with them, or alms to, for ho says m his . history of the order in America: - "While in the United, States thcro Is an Array of organizations all purporting to be .. , true Itosaecruclans, there Is in truth but one i true order, the original and perfect Itosae- crucian order, which Is known by one only ' V name. 'The Ancient and Mystical Orier X''' Rosae-Crucls,' whose universal and world- wide symbol Is the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 May 1920

l 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1920. . ' 1 I) STATE andjdaho news 1 j I Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I! CROSS EXAMINE ; ! POWER OFFICIAL ! "George B. Thomas, Treasurer of Otah Power & Light Co., on Stand ' SALT LAKE. May fi. George B. 'i Thomas, treasurer of the Utah Light and Power company was on the stand I, 'Yesterday before the public utilities commission where a hearing is being conducted on tho application of the company for an increase in power rates. Cross-examination of Mr. Thom as was completed late in the after noon by R. G. Lucas, attorney for the Utah Copper company, the largest con sumer using electric power from the I I company. I J W. W. Ray, representing several I mining companies, had the witness in j I hand the greater part of the day. Me; I iraid attention to the valuations set upl ns the actual costs of construction of i Ihe various plants of the Utah Power & Light company in Utah, and brought out, for example, tha...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 May 1920

y THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY. MAY 6, .1920. '! I Four Records in Danger in State Interscholastic Meet I I BOSTON BS II Athletics Lose Hard Fought Tilt to Red Sox By Score of 4-3. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago 10 -1, .725 Boston 12 5 .679 Cleveland 11 5 .650 Washington 7 I) .450 New York 8 8 .500 St. Louis 1 7 7 .500 Philadelphia 5 10 .333 Detroit 2 14 . .115 Yesterday's - Results. Detroit 4, St. Louis 12. Cleveland 3, Chicago 2. Now York 7, Washington 1. Philadelphia 3, Boston 4. Thirteen innings. BOSTON, May 5. Poster's sacrifice fly with the bases full in the last of the thirteenth enabled McNally to score, Boston defeating Philadelphia 4 , to 3 today. In the last of the ninth, with Boston trailing 3 to 1, Foster singled, with two out, went unopposed to third and scored when Walker niutf ed Scott's fly, the latter reaching sec ond. Jones ran for Scott and Wallis Schang, making his first appearance of the season for Boston, batted for Walters. His double to ri...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 May 1920

H 14 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1920. - - .-. I MINE DEALINGS HOLD STEM Activity Is Indicated by Heavy Turnover on Salt Lake Exchange Trading today on ilie Salt Lake Stock and Mining Exchange was- con sidered rather active, although tho prices In the majority of the stocks remained about steady. Tintic Stand ard showed a little sing of strength. Belling as high as $4.25 and closed with. $4.22'iA bid for it. Prince Con. also showed some strength, opening at- 51c and selling as high as 43c; Alta Con. changed hands at Stfc; Black Metals was strong, selling from Sc to Dst; Columbus Rexall was steady ata 56c; Cardiff changed hands at $1.50; Michigan-Utah was active at Gc; N.ew Quincy went at 6&c; Emma Sil ver was very heavily traded at S&c: Eureka Bullion- was steady around 16c and Sells was active at lSc; and 19c; Silver Shield changed hands from 45c to 46c; Union Cnlef brought 7c andS TUc, and Zuma showed a little strength, selling as high as 19c. Following a...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 May 1920

1 FOR SALE . mmmM 1 ?LE.8tate mWi I'ROERER & FQWL.ES BBBjj Real Estatn Loans Insurance 2409 Hudson Avenue B New five room modern brick bungalow, with gum finish, hardwood floors. tile bath room, many built-in features, ful basement, sleeping porch, hot water.heat and cement drlvowny. This Is a fine home and la located well on the bonch, BBBJ rrlco JC500. Five room modern brick, three year? old, aitunted on nearly one-half acre o choice garden and truck land on Nortl mWl Washington avenue. Home Is n poou condition. There aro pcyeral variety i of 1 fruit, pood garage, chicken runs. Trice 550Q0. Terms. Immediate possession. Three rooms on large lot. In north part J at city. This house la In excellent con. dltlon and thero arc several pood out buildings. Price $1700. with $a00 down. FROERER & FOWLES Real Estate Loans . Insurance BBBJ 2409 Hudson Avenue FOUR rooms and sleeping Prch brick bouse, on Canyon road, completely fur nl8hed.J3600 . Frocrcr & Fowlcs, or -n rite t P. Q....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 6 May 1920

Hi " l Iy Sto t ani arft-feamtor OGDEN UTAH m THURSDAY. MAY 6, 192Q. ' OGPLN, ui ah H : Move Indicates Labor Trouble in East Improves, Say U. P. Officers With the lifting of the Union Pacl fie," embargo which held freight des T Unfed beyond an imaginary straight lino drawn through Chlcaco, Peoria and St.' Louis, between two and three j hundred carloads of freight now at the L Ogden vards or on Southern Pacific 1 and Union Pacific points, will bo al lowed to pass to their declinations, ac cording to advices received this niorn ing at the offices of the Ogden Union Hallway Depot company. Officials at the local depot declare that the raising of this embargo indi Hj caies that labor troubles in the East are being settled in a manner that allows the moving of freight. The Union Pacific embargo was one or the ino& sweeping that was placed in effect during the switchmen's strike, )) it is state flmd with its removal, HL ji practically all embargoes, excepting H ; those existing on indi...

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. — 7 May 1920

v'W H Fiftieth Year No. 113. Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1920. ' k f STRANGE DII A ENTERS !fl CASE BFlSlGil I9BI Divorced Wife of Brother Is I9B Also Gone, Mrs. Hansen SnM Declares jBHI Leigh Sherman, 23 years old, an eru- flflHl ploye of tlio American Can company oC HHf Utah, drew a ?75 paycheck from the nBI company Wednesday evening and a! HHH few hour3 later disappeared. HHHI A small note book in which he had H kept a record of the hours he worked, HM and an iron bar, whicli had spots re- jH sembling dried blood upon it, were H, found near the Lincoln avenue bridge WEtr oC tlae Utah-Idaho Central Railroad dHKfjj company. ' ML An employe of the Bcc':er Manufac- MR turing company says lie saw a man, jBB$& not Sherman, riding away yesterday HHQgi on a bicycle which seems to have been MNElj leftnear the river. This may have 3flH0 heen Sherman's bicycle, for his bicycle BB has. also disappeared, BHH Despite these things which would HNjl seem to indica...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 May 1920

I if' i - 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 7, IV2U.. " ' . 1 bbH NEW YORK, May 6. President Dc iRChanel of France has refused to per anil Madame Deschanel to accept the 5,000 hnt offered her by 3,000 Araeri igan milliners for her endorsement of ie "four seasons fcr millinery." ft This was announced today nt the convention hero of the Millinery Job $ers' association when a lotter was 'read from Ambassador Jusserand, de Slining the American creation made from material supplied by each of the H JTorty-eight states and decorated with Hp Snine paradise plumes, each costing H j? Letter to Millinery Jobbers. Hl m The ambassadorial letter, addressed 3b Henry S. Bernhard, head of the as- Hl j Sociation, read: Hj 5S "Instructed by the president of the H Republic to inform you that he sin j 3te"cly appreciates the motives of your H .T)ffcr, on behalf of American milliners, H y gf a specially devised hat for Madame1 Hl 'IDeschauel. He joins those' interested H the scheme in hoping tha...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 May 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920. 3 HH 0. Great Favorite HH "jd!, Returns HH mk " '0Sm AGAIN TODAY '7 "HISWIFE'S B It's The Story That Gets Close to Home Wm j Not COMEDY and PATHE NEWS ! P r, OGDEN THEATRE 1 rroblcm j ?? 1 n piay Sunday-Will Rogers in Jubito g I COUNTY TEACHERS MEET SATURDAY IN LAST INSTITUTE OF YEAR AT THE CENTRAL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Hl ' The teachers of Weber county will Hlb. meet in the lust session of institute HA for this season when the session con- BlMt? venes Saturday, May Sth, in the central Ji junior high school at 10:30 a, m. h Supt. B. A. Fowler announces a spe- IwM cial program of music and readings in the preliminary program.' General In WE structions about final reports, sland- . nrds for promotions from grade to Hfifi grade, preparations for commencement KV I exercises will occupy the attention of HB the educators for the remainder of the - session. Q n 1 1 A most successful run has been Hi' ' ' made by the schools of the county thi3...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 May 1920

H-j 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1930. ? I ;l THE STANDARD-EXAMINER! j PUBLISHING COMPANY 5 Entered as Second-Class. Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah 1 ESTABLISHEdT870" : Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press i y An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun f day morning without a muzzle or a club. 5 Subscription in Advance ; , One Month J 1 , One Year S9-00 I ' 5 -" " ' MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 7 f The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper lnd also the local news published herein. II EDWARDS FOR PRESIDENT. A canvass of Llie Republican and Democratic leaders discloses That neither the convention at Chicago or San Francisco will offer fny encouragement to the "wets." j But Governor Edward I. Edwards of New .Jersey has become an avowed candidate for the Democratic nomination and his one jplauk Avill be beer and wine. ' Shoul...

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