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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 May 1920

r ; FOR SALE Rcai Estate j ErGHT room brick houao nnd largo cel lar; j.od barns. Snap at $3000. 2250 Van Huron avenue. Pbonc 2723-M. la26 I HAVE IT No. 3. That modern brick residence for the party who "must have, seven rooms." East front, nice lawn, cast of "Washington avcmio. 54750. Easy terms. S. S. Smith, Offlco hours. 7 to 0 a, m,. and p. m. Phono 1214. 154S A FEW more of those houses built before labor and material doubled In value, A 111 make desirable homes and profitable In voKtment. . Four room house, partly modern, choice location on Ixmch. small cash payment, balance, monthly. $1650. Six room modern frame, two blocJts from buslnc3 street, all special laxc3 paid. $2850. Easy terms. Seven room modern frame, largo lot. first class repair, five blocks south, all special taxes paid. $BS50. Terms to suit. Lots on Lincoln avenue, near Thir tieth street, sewer and sidewalk, paid in ull. 5375 each. E, F BRATZ 417 Eccles Bldg. HG I . . . ..... t T).lnn r21 ACRES of inna on wnson ri...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 May 1920

I ' FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1 920. " &tm&Wfo-XWU)m ' ' IS Electrical Displays to Be Made; Stores Decorated for Soldiers' Convention Ogden streets, stores and public buildings will be bright with many colors, flags and banners during the American Legion annual convention, which will be held here May 31, June 1 and 2, if the plans of the convention decoration committee aro carried out. Announcement was made this morn ing by Norman Sims, chairman of the decoration committee, that overy mer chant in Ogden will be asked to fur nish window displays and store deco rations while the sessions are in progress. In addition to the individual dis nLis by stores and business institu tions, street decorations ami electrical decoration features arc planned by the city. Principal among these will he the installation of a huge electrical ign, which will stretch across Wash ington avenue, and will contain words ofelcomo to the delegates and visit ors. Owen Sherwood, former lieuten ant of artillery and...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 May 1920

W' I WEATHER ,FORECAS1V fti W.J 1 fo'ifk VL T'i Vfe' M Wy' jfo ' ' U.U,.d; po..,b,y .How. to. II Jlpfil PT I f I 1 111 1 I 111 7 YfJ IlTITI P olZ night; Sunday fair. J fj CL IV V V W VIoVV CVV ! I I' A' the want-ad section. jH Fiftieth YrNo. 121. Price Five cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 15, 1920. ! LAST EDITION 4 p. M tT Arlington Scene Of Solemn Ceremonies I I DANIELS DENIES if NAVY IS NOT J REM IS t " Attacks Admiral Sims' Charge 3 That Department Lacked i Plans for Conflict BATTLES IN ATLANTIC HAD BEEN ANTICIPATED Cites Roosevelt's Statement in m 1 1905 to Show Attitude t on Preparedness ! WASHINGTON. May 15. Secretary Daniels today attacked Admiral Sims' ; ; chargo that the navy department lack- ; ed plans and otherwise was unprepar- ed for war. The charge was "unin- I formed and unwarranted," ho told thei senate committee which is investigal- ' ing the so-called Sims-Paniels row, I and testimony of Rear Admiral Badger ; and other members of 'the general r board h...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 May 1920

I 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, MAX 15, 1920. fl I' WASHINGTON, May 14 The house ' today failed to override the president's veto of the executive, legislative and ' 'judicial appropriation bill. The vote was 170 to 127. The only break In parly lines on the vote was five Democrats, Galllvan and Olncy, Massachusetts; Sisson, Miosis slppi; Lea, Oklahoma, and Evans, Ne- vada, who voted with the Republicans to override the veto. Randall, Cali fornia, prohibitionist, and Kelly, Min nesota, Independent, also voted with the Republicans. ' Republicans Fall to Repass Bill. Though aided by a handful of Dem ocrats, the Republicans failed by 2S ( votes to obtain the necessary two ' thirds majority fo repass Uie bill over itho president's disapproval. The mcas !ure then went back to the appropria tions committee for elimination of the I sections objected to and will bo re turned to the house on Monday for passage in its modified form. The Republicans rolled up 170 votes to overcomo 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. — 15 May 1920

I I STATE AND JDAHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I SHOESTRING IN COORTJIENCE Articles Introduced in Trial of Steve Maslich at Salt Lake SALT LAKE, May 15. A broken shoostring -which was attached to a frayed piece of suspender was Intro duced as evidence against Stave Mas llch, -who Is being tried for the mur mj der of Marco Lauss in Judge Harold T M. Stephen's division of the Third dls- W. E. Schoppo, chief deputy sheriff, testified he found the broken suspen der by the body of Lauss -when the crime was discovered at the mouth or Parley's canyon August 3, 1919. The prosecution contends the shoostring vas attached to a watch which the murderers stole. Tho -watch, which was taken from Maslich when he was arrested In Butte, Mont., promises tQ be the t . state's most important exhibit, accord- 1 ing to the prosecution. Evidence for L two days ha3 been largely concerned - with when It was purchased. Mas- '. llch, according to the opening state- 4 nient of Baldwin...

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. — 15 May 1920

4 , THE OGDEK STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 192oT ' THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Oden, 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 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PEESS 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 BACKBITING IN WASHINGTON. Big men sometimes are as small as little men. The controversy between Admiral Suns and Secretary Daniels is proof of pettiness in the make up of those who are deemed capable of having Hie des tiny of our navy in their keeping. The whole controversy has its trivial bearings, and the princi pal offender has been Admiral Sims who opened the personalities with ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 May 1920

fl ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1920. S I. Sugar Drops To 17 Cents; Amalgamated Makes Allotments Sugar dropped to 17 cents a pound in Ogden yesterday. Tho decrease of 11 cents was due to tho fact that after being off the market for two weeks tho Amalgamated Sugar com pany had made an allottment of 2575 bags to local Jobbers at $13.73 per hundred pounds. On May 11 The Utah-Idaho Sugar company raised the wholesale price of sugar from $13.73 to ?23.23, caus lng the retailers to raise their price HH " from 17 cents to 28 cents a pound. Bl Tho Amalgamated Sugar company BB5 refrained from entering the market at the price and decided to with WtM draw Its stock from the market. r Situation Delicate U) The position was exceedingly dell- cate. officials of the company said. boca'use If they entered the market at the new price set by the Utah Idaho people they would run the risk of being prosecuted for profi teering, while If they withdrew alto ' gother they would stand tho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 May 1920

ml ' m I ;'( 6 . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1920. ,' I Competition Will Be' Keynote -at Trials at Pasadena I .WASHINGTON TRIMS DETROIT TIGERS 9 TO 8 444A 4444 I REDS GRAB 'CONTEST WITH BUT FIVE HITS I AMERICAN LEAGUE Standlno of Teams. Club. W. L. Pet. Cleveland 16 6 .727 Boston 1-i 7 .667 Chicago .-...11 D .550 New York 11 11 .500 Washington 11 11 .500 St. Louis 10 11 , .-176 Philadelphia 7 13 .350 Detroit 5 17 -.220 ( WASHINGTON, May 14. Washing ' ton won a loosely played game from Detroit today, 9 to 8. Score: R. H. E. , Detroit : S 0 1 Washingtdn v . 9 13 3 Batteries: Glassier, Oldham, Daus3 and Stanage, Ainsmith; Zachary, Erickson, Johnson and Gharrlty. ' oo DUNDEE LOSES. NEWARK, N. J., May 14. Willie Jackson outfought Johnny Dundee in a twelve-round bout here tonight. oo I NEW PARK FOR GIANTS. PITTSBURGH, May 14 The New York American league baseball club will not use the Polo grounds for its New York city games after the close of this season, according to a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 May 1920

.THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1920. 7 -v- FOR SALE RcaJJEstate J GKBAT bargain. Six room modern brick, hnrdwood floors, fine location. $1000 cash will handle It. Thos. Auld. under First National bank. o0o BV OWNER Five room brick. i acre lot: best buy In Ocdcn. 607 Seventh atrect. ls ROOMING hons'' of ten rooms on Twenty-fifth street. 51200. 25 aero fqrm near city limits on car line 15 acres In wheat, some pasture, all under canal with eight shares of water, two room house. Cash and terms, 5500, W P. Long, 2779 Washington. Phone 431 f 15(3 FOUR room cottage, Eummer kitchen, out buildings, light, water, paved walk paid. Three acre3. all In garden, berries, fruit trccc, water right, closo to car chapel, schoole. One of the best locations. $6600. 5S0 Seventh street. I6aS EIGHT room brick house And largo cel lar; good barns. Snap at $3000. 22C0 an Burcn avenue. Phone 2723-M. FOR SALE BY SKEEN REALTY Eight room modern brick except neat, full bnsement. fine condition, cl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 May 1920

I! i How About That 1 Sweet Girl Graduate? 9 Has she selected her hat yet? j 1 Graduation in a girl's life is next in importance to wed- j I ding; beHs. 1 1 MAKE THIS EVENT A j GRAND MEMORIAL ig in her life by topping- her off with one of our beautiful hats. I 1 I make a specialty of designing hats for all occasions. I fi I also have a full line of sport and other seasonable mil- I j linery. ' I LA URENE F. FOLKERSONS I Distinctive Millinery j I W1TH I War Savings Stamps, Proper ty of Francis Coolidge of Ogden Found Among Loot War Savings stamps identified as the property of Francis Coolidge of Ogden havo been recovered by Los Angeles authorities in the arrest of Cyril A. Nick, alias J. A. Jordan, who was arrested in Los Angeles Thurs day when his suitcase fell from a bag gage truck and disgorged silverware valued at ?400, and other loot. "A quantity of other valuables found in the man's possession are thought to have been taken from Ogden and Salt Lake homes but have not been dnfin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

Fiftieth Year-No. 122. : ' OGDEN CITY. UTAH SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 16. 1920. ' PRICE. FIVE CENTS riillLSON SPEECH REM! TO THRONG -, AT DEDLGATION L Great Episode of U. S. History fc Declared Closed by Com- K "' pletion of Memorial tj'- PRESIDENT ALLUDES TO m r RECENT WORLD STRIFE mr: North and South Quarrel 'Is . Revived by Lawmakers in W K- Congressional Halls I ''-m ' "WASHINGTON, May 15. "The ifff dedication of tho national memorial p." at Arlington closes and commits to history a great episode in tho making of the nation," President "Wilson said 'J in a mcssago read at the dedication ' ceremonies today by Secretary of "War .4 Baker. "Gathered into this national cem- j - etery and elsewhere," the president ! said, "are most of the men who fought t, out the constitutional questions ln- - f soluble by other processes and now f ' the government has set this great aqd ' beautiful building to stand like a sen- . tinel on tho banks of tho Potomac ' and to view for all time the capital of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

I - 1 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY,, MAY 16, 1920. - I Regular size cans I 1 for 35c 2 for 25c i I J ' 1 for 1 5c -i Fresh Stock; Regular Size Cans '. 1 Our Lawn Hose Sale Is Still On. H -I BETTER HURRY "I We sold out of the tennis shoes in just three hours. ' 1 The BIG Hardware Store H i- mxMsr I- Hearings Will Be Conducted rl Before Judge Pratt Next Monday r - ' Application for citizenship of, thir teen Ogden residents will bo heard Tbefore District Judge A. E. Pratt Mou "day. Naturalization tests will be con ducted by Naturalization Examiner TJell Sullivan. The men seeking American citizen ship include: John Cevering, Holland; Amede BenedettI, Italy; Gerrit Albers, '-The Netherlands; Archie Mulligan, Sr., -Scotland; Joseph Fakler, Germany; Nakor G. Hansen, Norway; Gregor ""Stewart, Scotland; GIrardo Manguso, ciltaly; William S. Rosvear, England, "SReinder Janeon, Holland; Peter Olson, Sweden, oo I 'Historical Society . Elects New OiBcers At the annual meeting of the His ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920. 3 Br I 'MIRACLE' DOCTOR MAKES BLIND SEE AND DEAF HEAR; 1 f v IS COUSIN OF H00SIER POET, JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY Scores of Prominent People Testify to Truth of His Remarkable Cures B Upper Left Dr. J. S. Riley using B X-ray apparatus. Lower Left George Folk, cured of blindness. Upper Right Miss Catherine Tay lor, cured of blindness. Lower Right Mrs. Libbic C. Baer, B mother of Congressman J. M. Baer. Lower Center Dr. J. S. Riley. EY HARRY B. HUNT. N. E, A, Staff Correspondent. - WASHINGTON, May 15. Making B . the blind to sec, the deaf to' hear, the papin lame, the halt and the bed-ridden to Bf v leave their invalid chairs and couches and go for a stroll in the parks or rc turn to work, is the everybody busi ness of Joe Shelby Hiley of Washing- Hl Although described by those who Hj have benefited by his cure as a "Mir- acle Man." Riley doesn't claim thcrej BB is anything mlarculous about thom.l " P He doesn't profess any supernatural , ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

I 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920. ) fl I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER " T PUBLISHING COMPANY - 1 Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffco, Ogden, Utah ': ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of ths Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning1 without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance One Month $ -75 One Year V...U ?9.Q0 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ' The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper , and also the local news published herein - I! I CHECKING A BIG WASTE. 1 I Daily there has been received at the Standard-Examiner a heavy tmail, a big percentage of which was made up of letters devoted to tree advertising and generally "on subjects of no great interest to the reading public. How to stop this stream of undesirable mail has puzzled many a newspaper proprietor but a solution seems to have fb...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

, THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920. 5 - r SEVEN HUNDRED OGDEN STUDENTS . s WIN PALMER AWARDS FOR WORK IN f PENMANSHIP; LIST IS ANNOUNCED H For the past two years Hie Palmer Method of Penmanship has been H taught in the Ogden city schools ; n; der tho general supervision of Miss Florence Turner, who reports that . cx cellent progress has been made. Some seven hundred of the students a won the C and D rewards offered by the A N. Palmer company. me reward is button, and- the D reward a " P1Their names, school and grades fol- l0V7S' FVE POINTS SCHOOL. 4th Grade. Moralda Child. Naoho Child, Ojlean Stone, Fay Slater, Galdj s Johnson, Thclma Hansen. A. 5th Grade. Martha 'o7 WmJif dora Olsen, Iono Meyers . Ida Stone, Wti So Miller Lena Reilly, Oskar Soder- WM berg, Adolph Ander. ,B 6th Grade Bonnie Smith, Gladys Smith. Kenneth Stephens, Ada Pierce. Adrlenno Van Sweden. Hose Urrj. H Martha Steuri, Crescent Burgi. LU- H Han Clcgg, Mabel Frauenholz. Connie Shaw, Margaret Berna...

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

I JTAH IS PIONEER j; IN II BLIND j ' History of Ogden Institution ? Told in Issue of Own Publication 1 Tho history of tho blind department .of the Utah school for tho deaf and j -' blind is given in the current number I fc of the Utah Eagle, the publication of ; T the state institution here. ! " The latest number is a particularly t fine one. The cover design is done by '! hand in water colors. The pages are newsy with items of interest about tho 1 school and its students and teachers, n Tho text of tho history of the blind department as printed in the publica I 5 tion, follows: ! - Tho first dream of a school for the blind in Utah found expression in 1884. Jcweph Robinson of Fillmore, in that I i4 year, fostered a resolution in the tcr 1 ritorial legislature to memorialize cou rt gress on the subject of establishing a school for the deaf and blind in the old state house at Fillmore. The mem 1 orial failed, but, in the following year, J Mr. White and several parents of I deaf childr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

I THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920. 7 II PREPARE FOR THE 1 I APPROACH OF SUMMER II I i Smart, Colorful Bath- For a Lovely Com- H ing Caps plexion I H Hi For a" tl,c wntor festivities Fine rice powder, non-Injurious B j O which belong to ciimmor, now d wltJl remnrkable staying on M coming, you will need one of Qualities 1b tho best for sum- H those delightfully chic bathing cr compiCxlons. H H caps. Well made of high qual- rpRMAINE FRENCH RICE H lty rubber In a crenx. variety of GERMA,NpowBIr B ' 1 Jrthc styles. Come In and Gct a lox . 50c II I 1 ,,TOorT?fuS,PS HcoAnL I ASPIRIN i H K FINGERS" Something every 9 your toilette Is fin- household should nl- t Gonulnc Bayer Tab- H Ishcd only when the Wjtty0- nwJ,a "as lets with the Bayer M 1 ST .raran5W All pVScE Cross, which Identl- 1 H Do It Yourself with nes3. How In J our i(C3 and guarantees M Culley's mivnlcurf 4UPPlyinV them. I M "Ids scissors, files. rom Culle a ( stocK L M&r buffers, and nil Cu- of sterilized h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

8 , J2jLQPgN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920. ' ' Ik showSg 1 ur w W 4:45 TO 11 P. M. "The American Beauty" In the Year's Loveliest Photoplay, a Romance of Glorious Womanhood fl "THE -TURNING POINT" jjBEj Story by Robert W. Chambers WR Also COMEDY, "TOPICS OF THE DAY," and BH PATHE NEWS m OGDEN THE A TRE 111 LADY'S GARTER, 'Hi PICTURE, Pursuit of Noted Criminal Is Center of Interest in New Photoplay Maurice Tourneur has made a. thrilling motion picture out of Jacques Futrelle's well known mystery-romance. "My Lady's Garter," which is to be Bhown at tho Al hambra theatre tonight. I The story centers around the pur suit of a balding international thief, known as "Tho Hawk," and involves tho love affair of a youngr English man who was for a time suspected oCheing the criminal and thedaughler ofc a railroad magnate. The plot is spirited in the extreme -and involves such thrilling scenes as tho near crash of two railroad trains, an ex citing pursuit on the water in yachts, and th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

rH " 1 ' ' -- I Dcs ftoe Sou! of Woman Rule, the World?? SEE THE MIGHTIEST DRAMA WRITTEN BY THE MIGHTIEST MAN GEORGE CLEMENCEAU, "THE TIGER OF FRANCE" I J "THE STRONGEST" Not a War Story j dATRLGHY dc TRIGNY . ' J j .Xexkiny Artels in "THE STRONGEST" tOUUam. Jox -prod uci ion - With the greatest cast or International stars ever ascembled. A most powerful, story with a big thrilling climax, Everyman, vwoman"sVd -, t I child will want to sec this 1 .Jr. .v.--"-- - - w - -s--.. j f 5 THE FINEST PROGRAM EVER SHOWN IN TKE CITY. AND THE SUNSHINE GIRL COMEDY, "DANGEROUS EYES," IS A KNOCKOUT j. I At UTAH THEATRE Etak48S !i EMPEROR OF JAPAN, MONARCH OF OLDEST ' DYNASTY OF WORLD, DECLARED TO BE DYING a Death of Ruler May Mean End tj ' of Autocratic Regime Eh In Japan h - ? ! ' Tty JACK MASON. Manager, Far Eastern Bureau of The t 9 Newspaper Enterprise Association, i . '. nt Shanghai. China. A . '. ' Copyright, 1920. Newspaper fejjy-i Enterprise Association. ISfcja. TOKIO. Japan. May In Yoshlh...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

W THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920 H I THREE HUNDRED NEW PATTERNs'TO SELECT FROM j With EverySM To j I ' " UNION MADE I THE EXTRA PAIR OF TROUSERS FREE with this suit I made to your individual measure brings you practically two I suits for the price of one. That extra pair means double : I wear and saves you 50 per cent on your clothes bill. Splen- j 1 did economy in these days of H. C. L. ) I f H0WARD WILLIAMS I 2309 Washington Ave. j ITHUKDERSTQRM . i TQFARMER ! These Atmospheric Disturb ances Furnish Showers in Warm Weather By J. CECIL ALTER. State Mclerologist As the precipitation during the warm' crop-growing season in most of the United States results largely from thunderstorms, these atmospheric dis turbances are ot a very great im portance agriculturally, according to the National Weather Crop Bulletin of the United States Weather Bureau. They are caused by atmospheric con vection, or a vertical interchange of air masses of different temperatures nrwl VnimiH...

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