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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

- . i. " V.'4-'' V'i' "vf 'W,.T?" '.i-.it . r . II '(Continued from Preceding, Page) I Grainger offered no solution of J the puzzle. "Now," said Crisp, and his eyes seemed to mo all of a sudden to I take on an expression twice as 1 penetrating as before, "Is It that L you oannot or Is It that you -will &KW not tell us Mlsa Carlton and me what you were doing or why it was that you were not the first to get speech with Mr. LIvesay?" The wooden visage did seem to be just a little hit perturbed at that. For the first time In the In terview he answered with an air Eof slight confusion: canna say. I micht hae been dozing. I canna say." - The gong rang then and I went Hi; J In to luncheon. Uncle Ralph had $ his own way into the dining room & from the library, so that he did not Jj pass through the hall. I told him " of Sergeant Crisp's being in the hall and wishln3 to speak to him. I, , He did not seem at all surprised and said he would see him in the $ library after luncheon. It a...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

H 14. ' THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920. ' 1 I TIN. STANDARD AGA1NWEAKENS Stock Goes to $4.02 1-2 on Salt Lake Exchange Trading Tintic Standard was the weakest stock on the board yesterday during the session on the Salt Iako Stock And Mining Exchange. This stock opened at ?4.10 and changed hands as low as $4.02H, closing with this price bid. and ?L05 asked. The remainder, of the stocks were ribout steady with verv little change in price. Alta Tunnel sold at 8c; Columbus Rexall changed hands at 50c and 51c; Kevstone sold as low as 81c; Michigan Utah brought 6c; bilver King was ac-j tive at 8c; Eureka Bullion .brought 13c and loc; Sells was steady atlO1 Silver King Coal, changed hands at $1.60; Silver King Con. brought ?1.10; Tintic Standard weakened and sold as low as ?-i.02Vf. and Silver Shield brought 46c and -17c. Following are the closing quotations and sales: I (Quotations Furnished Over Private Wire of J. A. Hogle & Co. Eccles Building) Did Ask Alta Con. ?...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920. IS fcfc FOR SALE I r Rca fe?1? J Hl GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO. J Phono 2S0-281 416 Twenty-fourth St. I $1750 BUYS ... . , , I Three room modern bungalow, cast from. I lot on the Nrc7. Terms, one-half cash. I HI ?2500 BUYS I H A four room modern house in good io- j I H cation, close In. property Is In good con- I dIUon and the terms, $500 cash, $2. per I month. I $3150 BUYS, . I A good five room modern house, closo I in. on Twcrity-sovcnth street. Can givo I immediate possession. Terms. I 53900 BUYS . . . A five room modern house on the bencn. has long lot, good location and house newly pointed and Interior rofinished. I m A very good home. Terms. $4750 BUYS , . . A new five room bungalow with sicep- ing porch, fireplace, hardwood floor, cn- amel bath and kitchen. Includes inlaid I linoleum and window shades. J5S00 BUYS , , II . A new five room bungalow, on paed I street, all paving paJd. hardwood floors. ' I gum wood finish, furnace, gar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

16 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920. I I OGDEN STAKE REUGfON CLASSES TO HOLD COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES; SEVENTY-THREE TO BE GRADUATED ISevcn.ty-thrce graduates of the Og-i den stake religion classes will receive! certificates at the annual commence ment exercises toe held In th tabcr- nacle this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The diplomas will bo presented by Presi 1 dent Thomas E. McKay. A feature of the service will bo the singing of a number of selections by ! a chorus of 200 children. The ontiro program will bo a demonstration of the work of the organization by the children. Paronts are especially In vited to attend the service. Tho mu sical part of the service will be given under the direction of Professor E. "W. Nichols, with tho Weber normal college orchestra as accompanist. Tho full program and names of the graduates follow: Program. Prelude, "Allta Caprice" (Lasoy) . . Orchestra Chorus, "Love at Homo" 1 R. C. Children Prayer Alice Pack (Thirteenth ward.) Chorus : Eig...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 May 1920

Krtieth Year-No. 123. Price Five cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH MONDAY EVENING, MAY 17, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M, ! Bi fcJ . JtL. j& Ji. A A &! B igi s? V' v V ".. w w f OWNERS ADMIT RAIL PAY IS TOO LOW a. jm. A A A i& i9b II EXECUTIVES OF Wage Demands Now Aggre- H gate More Than Billion L' H MORE PAY WILL MEAN it' HIGHER RATES, CLAIM If Chairman Outlines What Will m Happen As Cost of Living m CHICAGO. May 17. Wage advances W should be granted to many railroad workers to enable them to meet the i high cost of living, the Association of M Railwav executives declared today in I their opening statement before the f raili oad chairman of the con- I fere'nee committee of rail managers I of the executives' association, told f thn board that some part of the wage f ?om!nd. being made by 2.000 000 rail I I way employes probably would be I found to be justified by the rise in the I Utgr0eement5of the railroads them I selves, that at least a part of the men I , Iho'uld have more -money i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 May 1920

I 2 JHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 1 7, 1920. ;?s" I I ' I- jjrTwo Thousand Soldiers, 24 g Trains, Equipment and Money Captured. -PARTY ESCAPES WITH 5 ALL MINTED COIN HCarranistas Set Fire to Trains Badly Wounded General Left in Car. j MEXICO CITY, May 15. (Via Laro do Junction, May 16, by The Associat ed Press). Venustlano Carranza, de feated in battle Friday in the vicinity of Rinconada, Vera Cruz, is fleeing in-. !3to the mountains of Vera Cruz by -way To Perote. Revolutionary forces cap Dured two thousand Carranza soldiers, twenty-four railway trains, four pieces of artillery, about two hundred ma j:hino guns, numerous automobiles, one airplane and large quantities of am uunitkm and gold and silver bars. In his official report of the battle, General Guadalaupe Sanchez, comraan fider of revolutionary forces which for week have been opposing General Carranza's efforts to fight hio way to the gulf coast, said the fighting began -! at 10 o'clock Friday morning. After three...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 May 1920

r - r THF. prnFN? qt a NO ART) -TXA MINER. MONDAY, MAY 17, 1920. . 11 -z; , - - ! I' - ij,.4 Most Typical American Womaa Accuses Both I ; Political Parties of Sidestepping H. C. L. j .f . . .'Mary Roberts Fflnehart Con siders H. C. L. Greatest Problem of American Home and Coming Political Cam paign. By RUTH E. FINLEY. ' 'N. E. A. Woman's Pago Editor. GLEN OSBORNE, Pa., May 17. ' Mary Roberts Rlnehart, most success ful woman novelist, short story -writer and playwright In the Engllsh-speal:-lug world today, believes that every Issue of the coming presidential enm jjI . PQ-Ign should be reduced to the terms of the Individual homo, and In the same breath accuses both great par ties, Republican and Democrat, of side-stepping America's most vital homo .problem. This problem, she says, Is the high cost of living. "There is not a single home, not a single member of a single family, that this matter of exorbitant prices does not touch," said Mrs. RlneharL "Yet both political parties so far ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 May 1920

H 4' rHF n"-" "-'Mn a Rn-F.XAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 17, 1920. H I THE STANDARD-EXAMJNER PUBLISHING COMPANY 1 Entered as Second-Class Matter at tho 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 ? 5ne Year $9W MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any news creditod to it not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. II RAILROADS CALL FOR HELP I Failing to keep the roads free from congestion, private owner- i ship has appealed to the government to once- more relieve the sit J uation. I When avc went to war in 1017, every Atlantic terminal was congested and the railroads were in an almost helpless condition. I Within two weeks, under government supervision, the freight, jam was broken and America w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 May 1920

' ll H . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 17, .1920. 7 5 hH 1- ' ' IlLOVE and MARRIED LIFEl H 2)ij, the noted author I j Idah MCclone Gibson j II .70ELN" MUST CHOOSE. I 1 knew that Alice was talking wo I men In politics to get my mind away I from my own affairs. Alice fs much R older than I. 1 am ntill young enough R to want all the joy ihat life can give I - me. I 'I am not all reconciled to (he II thought of becoming a mother, but I perhaps I will feel differently about far It' after John comes. If John should H . act as he did when I told him my first H -baby was coming I could not stand it. I I 'think I would Just try to end it all. I I don't Just) quite understand why thh Idea of suicide so fascinates me. Is H It because I an) a coward that I dare B ' . not look life and Its duties and res Hf j-' ponsibllltics In the face? I belicYo ihat I will go and talk to mother's old minister. Perhaps he can help mc, for just now life and its burdens are almost more than 1 can bear...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 May 1920

I ' 1 H 6 THE OGDEN STAND ARD-EXAMINEft, MONDAY, MAY 17, 192Q. I Motorists Without Rear Lights' On Autos Greatest I Offenders Twenty-one cases were heard by Judge D. TL Roberts of. the city court :his morning, and city coffers are rich er by over 300 as the result of last night's arrest. e T. J. Span was fortunate, as were ' David Leahy and Ernest It. McKay of Huutsvillc. Span was found guilty of j disturbing the peace, but extenuating circumstances caused Judge D. R. Rob erts to give him a suspended sen ' . tence. McKay and Leahy were operat ing motor vehicles without proper rear I lights. I C. S. DeHart, also arrested for not displaying a "tail" light on his auto mobile, forfeited $10 by failure 10 ap pear. W. W. Barker, of 1237 Washington avenue, was fined $5 for driving ah i ' automobile without proper license 1 plates. Judge Hunsaker's father appeared in behalf of Judge, but could not repre sent his son, by the decision of Judge Roberts. The youth was arrested yes terday for no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 May 1920

H : THE OCPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 17, 19,20. m ' ; " ' ror wear Py . is tha-t favorite scarf getting crumpled and frayed ?-ir--we have some new "strate-cuts" that are1 coming favorites with you. have jyqu looked at" the "strate-cuts"? yoa can easily see where the long wear enters in the'',re qut on the "straight" of the silk. we wiifll take pleasure in showing them to 0 you. , jj ' WME For Subscription and Advertising WaM Department,. Call Phoijie No. 56. 1 1 RANDdiM I J REFERENCES nj 1 Operated Upon Mrs. 'Robert L. HE B Shipley was operated upon ' last night 'j&j I at tho Dee hospital for appendicitis. SHI Cha woe ronnrtfld tn hf imiOrOVinC fa- Hfl vorably. Before her marrKage Mrs. g I Shipley was Miss Zelda W1I. S I Phone 22, Taxi, day or nigfrL 1010 w'H Prompt service, cleaning, pressing. mm Phone 513. 1509 BVI On Inspection B. J. FJnch, district 1 engineer of tho U. S. bureau ol pub- 1 1 v He roads, left the city this m.ornlng fm & for Salt Lake where he will ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 May 1920

II I H ! hh HH HH , THE OGDEN ST'ANDARP-EXAlJONDAY, MAY 17, 1920. " ' , ' f I I STATE AND JDAHO NtWS Latest ItemB of Interest Prom Utah and Gem State .P. A. Barga Urtder Arrest, Charged With Slaying Jo seph Vea Over Woman , PROVO, May 17. P. A. Barga, of 0 Standardvllle is under arrest here charged with the murder of Joseph H' Vea, -who waa killed at his homo In Standardvllle early yesterday. Vea's head Tvas decapitated by an axe al-Ic-ped to have been wcilded by Barga. ;ierlff James T. Williams and Dep uty Sheriff Patrick Kelly, who arrest ed Barga declared that tho man con- H' fessod the crime and offered as cx- Hi planation for tho deed Vea's treatment of his vlfe, who until two months ago. has been living in Standardvllle as tho wife of Barga. H Tho officers say Barga and the wo- man came to Standardyilo six years ago, whore they continued to live as man and wife, and that four years ago a daughter was born to tho couple. Hi Two months ago Vea appeared in Hj tho vicinity and was...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 17, 1920. - 111 I Gus Becker Expected to Make American Trap Team 1 EDENGUHSTAR I '.'Becker's Work in the East At . tracts Attention of the Wise Owl. Ogden will bo represented at the . Olympic games by four crack track and field athletes If the athletes are suc cessful in the trials in this country. These men are expected to bring hon ors, galore to 'Ogden In their lines of sport. While the tnicksters arc hav ing their inning, the stars of the trap ! arise and announce that one of their i number "will no doubt make the Ameri can team and represent Ogden in the Olympic games in that branch of the ' Gus Becker, well-known business man of Ogden, a sport from every an rl . gle and one of the be8t trap sho'ot j ers in the entire country, looms as one of the best bets in the United States to make the American team. Becker has been winning contests galore in all sections of the country and only recently won honors in the ' east In two open meets. He ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 May 1920

H jg THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 17, 1920. " 1 I. W COURTJEISII Wall Street Professionals Show Caution; Many Stocks Lower NEW YORK. May IT. Price showed little chango at the quiet opening of today's stock market. De- velopments over the week-end and tho probability of several important 1 decisions by the United States sup remo court in the course of tho day promoted further caution In trading I circles. The usual leaders moved ' within a narrow area, petroleum and food shares being the only issues to vary moro than fractionally. Mexl I can oils wore firm on latest news from ' that country, but an active selling movement ensued within tho flr3t half hour, cancelling all gains. Tho professional character of the market was again apparent from tho , case with which prices reacted at the 1 first signs of renewed pressure. Pan 1 American and Mexican petroleums i1 made extreme declines of 31-2 and 4S-1 points, respcctlely. Bethlehem. Crucible, Replogle and Vanadium 2 to 31-2, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 May 1920

V jP BjH- i -- H H THF OCDRN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY. MAY 17. 1920. 11 r ' I Iw s "FOR SALE ' Real Estate J. F. WALKER UXD CO. Phone S35 602 Ecclcs Bids. Four room modern fromc on bench, FWc room modern brick on bench, hot prater heat. M000. Four room brick, close In, 6a. Three room frame, on bench.. JHOO. Five room modern on bench All tur nlfihcd. lncludlnn baby srand piano. Im mediate posacsaion ?500. We have a ions Ht of farms and city property. If you are looking for a form or a city home, see us. 1U TEN room ulrletly modern brick Jjome and paraRts on bench; will rent fbreix months with option to buy. rent appfcinR on purchimo price. Phonp 243. STRICTLY modorn houso for sale. In quire , F. W. Anderson. 2X24 Ogden ave ' nuc. H FOUR room frame, not modern, but close to business center. $1600; n be sold on H very easy terms. O. A. Kennedy, bue- fm mont Utih National Bid. Phones 913 '' KELLY & HBRRICK room frame, close In; Pj i3000 room frame, nearly modern 5300U 6 room frame,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 May 1920

I MONDAY. MAY 17, 1920. ' BtmhmhXWmmt v , - . .. I I JOHNSON'S SON i UNO PARTY HERE I Visit With Ogden and Salt J Lake Republicans at i Union Station i Frank H. Johnson, son of Senator ' Hiram Johnson of California, accom panied by Mycr Lessner and H. H. Cosgriff, -was in Ogden Sunday for a short stop. The party is en route to Chicago to assist in the campaign of Senator Jo'hnson for the presidency. , A number of Ogden and Salt Lake supporters of the senator held consul tation vrith the Californians. J Lessner -was campaign manager for I Johnson in the recent primaries in California, which resulted in a land slide for the senator. Young Johnson and his associates it expressed themselves as -well pleased ' "With the outlook and were very opti I mistic and confident that Johnson will ' be nominated at Chicago on the early balloting at the Republican conven tion. The senator's son is a successful I practicing attorney of San lrancisco and maintains law offices adjoining the quarters of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 May 1920

ljT Ire gkn Sfa) tofeainmcr isi I Fiftieth Year-No. 124. Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1920. " LAST EDITION 4 P. M. ' I H : s . . i iH M - SOVIET ARMIES CLAIM SUCCESS AGAINST POLES I I Fighting Progresses on Line ' . Fourteen Miles East of Ukraine Capital JEWISH DELEGATES TO . MOSCOW ARE ARRESTED Mew Far Eastern Republic Ac Corded Recognition by . Moscow Government ,i LONDON, May 17. Successes TjV " against the Poles in the fighting on (he northerly part of the front are reported by the Russian soviet govern ment in an official message from Mos cow, dated Monday. The Poles -were forced back over iho Eercsina at one point, it is claimed. Fighting is still in progress In the Kiev region with the battle line drawn some fourteen miles to the east of the city, according to the statement. , Russ Arrest Jews. MOSCOW, May 1C CBy the Asso ciated Press.) Seventy-five delegates and alternates to the all-Russian Zion ist congress which met here late in April, have b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 May 1920

I ., , , THE QGPE STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY. MAY 18, 1920. 1 I: ; B j ' mHHto others Know That' I , genuine Oastoria feS-3fcif A helpful Remedy fcr 4 g BfijJ LOSS OF SLEEP S P ffl . , i xnJ Tfifrfy fears rJ THI OHMTAOn COMPANY, ncv ronn city. 1 ; liiS&38SggiS I I ; S E NATO HS OF J Special Report Made By State "Department Explains Am- : - erican Difficulties. BR' , WASHINGTON', May 17 Exclusion HI ' xt aliens from control of oiL resources HI j -within the empire, government tid in H j developing new supplies in other coun- H .tries and restrictions against disposal L of oil stocks held by British nationals H 'are features of Great Britain's petrol- H I. earn policy, the senate was Informed H today by President Wilson. H The information, given in a special I report from the state department, was H in answer to a senate resolution ask- H ing what disabilities attached to Anier- H lean participation In world petroleum H resources. The governmental policy of H ' Great Britain, the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 May 1920

r THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1920. 3 1 . Be Rid Painful "Gets-It" Makes Them Loosen Up So They Lift Off Painlessly. There's no more pain aftqr a few drops of "Gels-It" lands upon corn or callus and Instantly dries. 1 " H ' In a dtt or two you lift the old mis H ery-niaker right off without even feel- fH H. That's the last of Mr. Corn and- BBh I lie last of your misery. Millions who ihavc lost their corns the "Gets-It" way say it is the only common-sense way to get rid of the pests. "Gets-It" the never-failing, guaran teed money-back corn remover costs bu.t a trifle nt any drug store. Mf'd, by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. Sold in Ogden and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by A. It. Mclntyre, Culley Drug Co., Chas. E. Driver, Geo. F Cave and Ensign Drug Co. Advertisement. I Instantly Beautify Year Complexion Thousands of girls and women ev erywhere proclaim WERWILLO the greatest bcautifier yet discovered. It instantly gives the skin that rosy white app...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 May 1920

I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah , ESTABLISHED 1870" iMeraber of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Asaociated Presa An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. : Subscription in Advance One Month One Year MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republl- cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. I SALT LAKE WANTS SUGAR. One longhand loud complain! comes out of Salt Lake. It. seems ! thatthc sugar companies have .ones of marketing which are' well de- j ..fined. So when the Amalgamated Sugar Company of Ogden rcccnt L ly released 2500 bags of sugar at $13.73 a bag and none of the sugar 1 4 was distributed in Salt lLakc, the consumers in the capital, who are paying $25.25 a hundred pounds, made a vigorous protest and dc j manded relief. m The...

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