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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 May 1920

" ' . THE OGPEN ST A ND ARD-EX AM I NER t SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1920. ' 5 jj I L . ifeJji The Ogden Standard-Examiner m&ffti ' I I ltPipill AUTOMOBILE SECTION ' I ft M r vH' NewCovneniences J- i ly t " . I ourists ' : H f u eek-end motor trips is the order of the day. Be sure, you are sup- ' H I,,Icd wflu n11 lho little things that add so much to your pleasure. I I , 'Jh ' Portofone ' I '!' ' A romarkablo little instrument virtually a portable .'-! V f Plionograph, playing all music with the full tones and ' V( . o :' rlchnoas of tlio hlghost cluss talking machine yet it is mJacA. ' ' easily packed up, tucked away In your automobile out : rVv'S - ,of tho vay 1101,1 wanted. Every motorist who plans . . I , - tours this summer will want a Portofone. See it in our ' window. 3 -J J Folding water buckets, canteens, camp stools and all other lndispen- Hu "rJ' 5 slblo articles you will also find here. -Tho fact that Ogdon'ts motoring U HJ9 ' " VV huadquartors ucIIh and rocommendu them assures...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 May 1920

H 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1920. , " 11 1 v MR. FARMER ,;f j ; . .v. SHIP BY TRUCK . r 1 I From Your Farms to the City; f I The Ford One-ton Truck is not an experiment, it has I " m the reputation of the Ford Motor Company behind it. j 1 Solid Tire Trucks - . . .$600 1 j Pneumatic Tire Trucks ;.:............ $640 li . ... .- v F. O. B. Detroit i ;. ;v - i fi . " Immediate Delivery y.'$-: i , I " 6 I 1 EINFORD-KIMEAL-L MOTOR CO. 1 2612 Washington Ave. " ' OGDEN II Motorist Time Limit Differs in States; j The laws of the various states as to the length of timo a visiting motorist j can operate his car without taking: out a license In such state are summarized i by the following table: j Alabama ; Reciprocal, Arizona " Six months Arkansas Reciprocal' California .Three months .Colorado , Ninety days Connecticut Reciprocal' District of Columbia Reciprocal Delaware . Reciprocal Florida Reciprocal j iGeorgia Thirty days Jldaho , Reciprocal r Illinois Sixty days 1 .Indi...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 May 1920

. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1920. - . 7 I j 1 Every Tire i Is Signed ijr , Two men sign ever)' Miller 'fire- the maker M 1 " 2nc tlle isPcctor- Both arc penalized if a tire j x comes back. Under this method, defects have become ex f 4' - tremcly rare. Not a tire came back for adjust- , . . BHj . rncnt.to many Miller dealers last year. . I '' " vcr 1')00 tncs ycarlv arc worn out In I,1Icr- . x- factory tests. - ' . . All the best rival tires arc constantly 'compared Hgtf , with the Miller, with these results: - Millers now excel all rivals, both in average' and in uniform mileage. Miller treads outwear rival treads by 25 per . ccnt on tnc average. WM Miller Cords average 15,000 miles Miller " " Fabrics from 8,000 to 9,000 miles -in rear-wheel tests under extreme conditions. You will gain a new idea of mod- 4&5 f crn tires when you test a new-type Miller. Get one now and watch it A Hj The super-service of the Miller Tire lEM 7" is now everywhere discussed. -mxvj&...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 May 1920

I 8 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1920. ' I America's Famous Stars to Compete Here Monday I I More Than Hundred Of Best Stars Will Compete For Honors Utah, Aggies, Ogden A. A., East, West, Ogden, Logan, Branch A. C. and Other Schools to Be Represented in Greatest Track Meet Ever Staged Here; First Event to Start at 3 O'clock t I Four of America's greatest trade and field stars and four men who are expected to carry AmerlcaSs colors to the fore at Antwerp next fall will be seen In action at Lorln Farr Park Monday afternoon against the class of the west. The men: Greed Haymond, Alma Richards, Robert Martin and Clinton Larson wll all be harness against the University of Utah, Utah Aggies, East and West high, schools o Salt Lake, Ogden Weber, Branch Aa C. Logan, and other schools. It .should be without doubt the greatest t,rack meet ever staged in ihe west with the classiest field of stars that ever faced the starter. Tho University of Utah twenty-five -strong will no doub...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 May 1920

V MINER. SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1920. 9 J H I Auto Bugs Plan Ogden-Salt Lake Race For Labor Day I STATE'S FASTEST . iCIIISTO ; ENTER Event, if Staged, Should Be Thriller; Bugs Are Now Making Plans Who holds the record for automo " bllo travel bctwoen Ogden and Salt Lake? That Ja a question that has been naked many times and several "dyed In the wool" drivers havo ans- wered tho question by saying-. "Oh, I made tho distance In 46 minutes." while bthers havo been heard to re mark that they covered tho dlstanc In yon hotter time than that. On tho other hand the dealers of Salt Lako and Ogdon are working on plans for a race between this city and Salt I Lake for Labor day. Tho race If road travel would permit would be held Decoration day but due to the fact that tho Farmlngton authorities are now breaking ground for a road of ce ment there, tho race has been post poned. Just last week three men reported that they traveled the dlstanco In ono of Henry's cars In 55 minutes while 9. second man Is s...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 May 1920

H CHAPTER VI. (Continued) Sergeant Crisp. a LREADY, though it was still Hj early, the Summer-house Hj and its vicinity were under Hj police supervision. Constables had Hj been gathered from the market town and from two other villages. One had been posted at Che angle where the short bypath to the Summor-house itself joined the main shrubbery path, one was in Hj tho station on that path near the house and another at the village end. The precaution was very rea sonablo and necessary, for by this. Hj time news of the tragedy, probably with fantastic exaggeration, was suro to be Hyinj about the neigh borhood, and the village people and others would be flocking, with the morbid curiosity which is so very human, to see all that was to be seen, even-if it were only the very ordinary background and' scenery of the wretched drama. "This is Sergeant Crisp, miss, of the London detective force," said Larncombe, in his big, booming voice, by way of introduction. 1 said, "How d'you do?" .Sergeant...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 May 1920

I 3f fascinating Defective Story Ik. .cHprqee Qttckmsim ' 1 l - . L K, . . f ,6t '(Continued from Preceding Proe) ncr of saying, as we word thoro at alf, though in another mannor oC caying oi course he must have knowod, bocaue thoro we wero, and ho must have socn us, and likewise ho must havo heard us. But as for taking notlcfo of us " there!" Livosay, although a man to .whom words came easily, preferred ' to leave to my Imagination, .to wholly Inadequate did he find Inn i Mj guage to describe the absolute do toebment of the detective from all I the clrcumstancen which did not I immediately Interest him when his I attention was focussod on a pur- I 'tlciilnr task. And he did wisely I to leave it bo, for T had socn I enough of that dotachmont and I .concentration to bo able to form a I much bettor idea of it than hi3 words were likoly to suggest. Live- B say did, however, fill in some of I the details of the picture for me. I Tho sorgoant, It appears, went I over the whole floor of t...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 May 1920

H: jl I How tlie Recent "Outlaw Strike Has Wake I J tke American Put lie to Be Meady to Handle "lrSflfe4 .o)'.. I I jBl Public Utilities and pjg . ' I I RK Keep Food, Fuel l 9 Lines Moving S ? iPB 1 1 . t Strike and che world Hl wtsk IwliS strikes with you. 'sjsl Work and you work Jl"'' iNfeS T UT litis humor Mf jcStf " v-'-.'' r" ous paraphraso ,.'.. . ,4 0f Eiia -wheeier H "Hack" McGraw, Wilcox's famous poem Captain of the no longer seems to be Princeton Football true. "ileven. With a A n irresponsible Bunch of WorUci- named John rnnceton Men, He Operated One of Grunau. who was not the Railroad Yard-, nn official, and not in Jcrsoy City. even a member of any Hi responsible and rccog- nlzed labor union, started an "outlaw strike" which in less than three days spread from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast, causing countless millions of dol lavs' damage and occasioning misery and suffering 'beyond computation. This sudden national upset and all the consequent public aunoyauce was sta...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 May 1920

IFSSS All the Spanish Royal Family Upset Through the Latest Upheaval ' ' 1 I feMj of the 111 Luck That Has Followed the Historic Bauble Ever Since . fePSM ' I ilpf Ml Its First Owner Was Cursed for Sacking Rome Centuries Ago Ww I I I Marie Antoinette, One of the Un fortunate Royal Possessors of the Necklace. PARIS, April 3. hrf HE very precious and beautiful his 8 torical pearl necklace of the Duke Charles dc Bourbon, perhaps tho most famous and Ill-omened jewel In ex istence, has been adding new chapters to - Its grim record of tragedy and ruin. " The necklace, which has been associated J with misfortune ever sinco tho days of 3 tho celebrated Sixteenth Century Duke do I Bourbon, was recently In. the possession of . I tho Prince Antonio de Bourbon-Orleanr, E 1 -.J Infante of Spain, who married the Infanta ! MjM Eulalla, aunt of King Alfonso of Spain. ! Vm The necklace was not really the prop- j VM prty of Prince Antonio, but was hold in I( trust as a iamuy noinoom, anu uu wnt j all...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 May 1920

' looH kaiH kaH kiafl afl Hi' 14 . THETOGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1920. i IQULL SESSION ONffllGE iron Blossom Falls" Off Slight ly as Naildriver Scores Advance 1 Thero -were no features yesterday on the Salt Lake Stock and Mining Ex change. The trading was dull, and the prices in the majority of the stocks had a downward tendency. Practical"-, the only ones showing any .activity were Iron Blossom and Isaildnver, the former selling off from 3Sc to 36c. while tiro latter opened at 5c ana advanced to 60c, closing w Jth 59c bid and 60c asked. Tintic Standard, which has been very active for the past few days, stayed about steady, changing hands at $4.32 and $4.35, and closing v. ith the former .price bid and the lat ter price asked. Eureka Lily changed hands at 14c. Columbus Tlexall brought o8c; Cardiff Hold at $1.50; Iron King was steady at Sic; New Quincy brought 6 c; Nail driver advanced to 60c; Emma S yer was active at 10 c; Eureka BuUion went at 14 c and 15c; Prince Con...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 May 1920

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 May 1920

H 16 THE OGDEN JANDARD-EXA MAT 9, TVZU. I DECLARE U.S. IS DUE FOB GBASH Warnings on the Results of Extravagance and Waste Are Voiced ' ' PHILADELPHIA, May 8. Warn ing that America is headed toward a crash on the rocks of extravagance and waeto, mingled with assurances that the storm of unrest oventually j would blow over and leave no wrecks. I marked the addresses at the opening sessions of the- annual meeting of the American Academy of Political and Social Science hero today. Dr. Leo S. Rowe, president of the academy, declared the demand for luxuries, places this country i real industrial and economic danger. Walter Gordon Merritt, New York, declared that . collective bargaining was an Impracticable systcmand that tl shop committee was the only so lution of the labor problem. "There will be no true democracy in indus try," he added, "until labor is will ing to acqulro a fundamental interest and knowledge of technique in busi ness." Discussing the- promotion of Indus trial stability...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 10 May 1920

Hi fiftieth Year-No. 116. Pric Five Ccnu ' O GDENCITY,UTAH MONDAY EVENING7MAY 10, 1920. " LAST EDITION 4 P. M I J I I DANIELS OPENS BROADSIDE EIRE ON SIMS BE oi & & & a I 1 B,- REBELS HOLD MEXICAN STRONGHOLDS IU. S. DESTROYER TO PROTECT U.S. LIVESATPORTS I Washington Says There Arc I 6,000 or 7,000 Citizens I In Neighbor Country I 4 - FALL OF MEXICAN I CAPITAL CONFIRMED fjjfi 0 General Obregon's Forces W Take Important Oil Town 6j of Tampico District I EL PASO, Tex.. May 10. Mexican I revolutionists overtook and dispersed I tlio troops escorting President Car- I ranza in his night from Mexico City, f "causing them serious losses," accord- I Jng to a message from General Alvaro I Obrogon to Governor do la ierta, su- 5 premo commander of the Liberal Con- If J stltutlonalist army, made puDiic neie General Obrcgon detailed the cap- turo of Mexico City, confirmed the report of a wholesale execution of mil- H itary prisoners at Mexico City by Gen- H eral Francisco Murguira bef...

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. — 10 May 1920

I 2 THjOGD , i r fl I Federal Defenders Surrender; General Garza and Son Flee to Secret Hiding Place. LAREDO, Tex., May 9. Nucvo La redo, the Mexican town opposite this city, surrendered to robel forces at 7 o'clock this morning after a two hours' battle. Three federal defenders and one rebel soldier were killed. Tho revolutionists attacked from threo aides of tho town. General Reynaldo Garza, command er of the Neuvo Laredo federal garri son, was reported wounded in tho fight. He escaped from the town and wir.h his son tied to u secret hiding place. Revolutionists Pursue Commander. Revolutionists in automobiles pur sued the federal commander but up to loslght no word had been received t from the pursuers. The rebels wern I under command- of Pledro Gonr.alcs. The revolutionists approached Nuevo Laredo shortly before dawn from the' west and surrounded the federal force on that side. About one hundred mounted rebels then dotoured and en tered the town from the south and east. When they...

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. — 10 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 10, 1920. 3 I j 1 f GIVES DETAILS k ON PENSION LAW I .Full Synopsis of BUI Which I - Became Effective May 1 I Presented I Ogden veterans, widows and nurses of three wars will bo benefitted by provisions of the Fuller pension law, which became effective on Its signing by the President Jlay 1, a full synop sis which has been received in Utah by T. Quinn Jones, special examiner ' of the bureau of pensions. The pen- ' sion bill provides for the widows and participants of the war of 1S12, the , Mexican war and the civil war. Tho synopsis of the Fuller measure i reads as follows: A "Congress passed an act known as the Fuller bill, which was approved ' by President Wilson May 1, 1920. and which then became a law, increasing pensions to the following persons; fp ."War of iol2 To widow of one who r served in war of 1812, $30. "War with Mexico To one who served sixty days- or more, and hon- Ii urauiy uiauuurgtiu, ow. j.u uut: served sixty days or more,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 10 May 1920

.- THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 10, 1920. ) ! I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-Olass 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 $ .75 One Year $9-00 i i jj I " MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited. in this paper and also the local news publishod herein. I BO, PARTIES HAVE THEIR QUARRELS There is a fight on, not alone in the Republican party, but the ' Democrats are having their bitter controversies, j j Bryan went over the country, explaining that to ratify the peace i treaty with reservations was the proper tiling to do, as the rcserva- j tions mcau nothing. ' Now President Wilson., without referring to Bryan, appeals ...

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. — 10 May 1920

B Ik LLT 1THF or; -t- a m rq,F,XaMINER. MONDAY, MAY 10,1 920. 5 Bfi ILOVE and MARRIED IIFEi J 2nj, the noted author H 1. a-fo HCclcme Gibson g !Thc next thing I heard was a volep .that segued to float to my cars from a rrreat distance. It acaid: "Well, sho will bo all right now," and then 1 opened my cyea. I never know that eyelids could be so heavy; It seemed I H , to me that mine weighed pounds and H I looked up Into tho face of my kind Hj old doctor. H, I know', of course, tho moment that H I saw him that I must havo been HI unconscious a long while, long enough M to sond for him, and long enough Hp for. them to stretch me out on tho bod mWa and remove my clothing. I "was lying V, (hero In my night dress, and for all! BHb that I knew, I might have been ill for. I"n , weeks. V Alice came forward and said, "Don't! talk. Katherlnc, just lie still." "But I don't understand. The last I thing I,romcmber, you asked meo go ' P with you to see Ruth. Was that houra . " ' or day-ago?" "It w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 10 May 1920

I $ THr nr-xi q".- . mp a RO-C.XAMINER, MONDAY, MAT TO, T9Zfc A I WANT PLATFORM " I HEALJRADIGAL "Dictatorship of Proletariat" Sought By Socialist Delegation NEW YORK, May 10. Declaring for the "dictatorship of the proleta rlat," and a "worklngmen's council in the government," the Illinois dolega tion to the Socialist national conven tion today announced it intended to fight to make the 1920 platform "gen 1 uinely radical" and representative of real Socialism. Led by J. Louis Engdahl, of Cln cago, the Illinois delegates declared H "too conservative" the Socialist j)lat- form outlined at yesterday's mass 1 meeting in Madison Square Garden. H The party convention reconvened to- H day to begin a -week's activities that H will include adoption of a party plat- H form, nomination of candidates for H ' president and vice president of the 1, United States and "modification" of the party constitution. H Irving St. John Tucker, an Illinois H delegate, was elected chairman for the H day. Tuck...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 10 May 1920

T- THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 10, 1920. 7 I H II- . I Society s. , J M C. E. C. CLUB ENTERTAINED. 1 Mrs. Robert W. Spcnc9 was hostess 1 ' to the members of the C. E. C. club I , .last Thursday evening at her home, 2170 ringree avenue. The first hours .'; of the afternoon was spent in needle work and social chat. A two course , luncheon was served by the hostess. J ."V A vase of pink and white roses, pret I tlly arranged with yellow tulips and J ferns formed the pretty centerpiece for the table. Place cards, out In I ,K -.. the shape of a basket, delicately col 1 ored in yellow, pink, and green, were laid for the following: Mrs. E. C. ' Osborne, Mrs. F, ,J. Van Ness, Mrs. 1 'V J. D. Taylor, Mrs. P. E. Helntzelman 1 ''and Mrs. R. W. Spence. 1 CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY. 1 Mrs. Trover Marriott, a pioneer of 1 18S5, and wife of John Marriott, cole- brated the- eightieth anniversary of her birthday Friday at tho home of her daughter, Mrs. D. A. Creamer, -153 JT Thirteenth street M...

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. — 10 May 1920

I 8 ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, MAY 10, 1920. I II I STATE AND JBAfi NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I BOEDER HIGH . Commencement Sunday Night 2 Program Prepared Grad uates Listed BRIGHAM CITY, May 10. The final session of the year for the Box Elder High school will bo held this week. Regular sessions will bo held Monday and Tuesday and on Wednesday, a mother's day observance will be held. During the last three" days of the week, varied programs will be held. Commencement exercises will be held Sunday nighi at the tabernacle, and the following program will be pre sented: "Pilgrims Chorus," choir; invoca tion, President S. Norman Lee; mixed quartet, "Good-by," Miss Boothe, Miss Watkins, Mr. Lee and Mr. Stevens; address to graduates Oscar A. Kirk ham; selection, Echo Male quartette; -v-eledictory, Miss Ruth Horsley; trio, Miss Roylance, Miss Bennlon and Mr. Preston; conferring of certificates, President P. M, Hansen; "The Flag Without a Stain," quartett...

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