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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

"i-" . - - 'iiMF.R 'SUNDAY. MAY 23, 1920. 3 11 I ' ' 11 HEIST EARLYSPRAYING State and County Crop Pest Inspector Make Tour of County Harold R. Hagan, state crop pest in spector, was in Ogden yesterday in consultation with C. E. Pettegrew, We . ber county crop pest inspector. They spent a greater part dt the day Inspecting the work throughout the county. Mr. Hagan said: i r ) Teh county apparently is vigorously f prosecuting tho -work of pest eradlca " ' tion. A few orchardists have neglect ed to carry out provisions of law re garding spraying their orchards Where they are spreading pests by their neg ligence, of course, Mr. Pettegrew will bo forced lo control the insects for them, charging the costs to the or chardiBts in the form of special taxes." R was further explained by Mr. Ho- gan that only through such control measures could the agricultural inter ests in general bo protected. He said that tho worst pest observed was tho San Jose scale, which seemed to be increasing at an al...

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. — 23 May 1920

H " 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, -SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1920. H I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY ' Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffco, 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 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' ASSASSINATION IN MEXICO. "With .the killing of Cai'rnnza, Mexico has added one more hor rible deed to the great number of outrages perpetrated in the past ten years. The assassination of Maclcro was a crime marked- by trcachey and brutality, and now Carrauza has been sacrificed to the same' low impulses of a people given over to violence. Mexico is destined to 'continue to be ...

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. — 23 May 1920

t THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 23; 1920. .,--. ' ' ' . ' 5 I LU I ' OGDEfi ClOjUP Motor Trucks Haul Last Load and Quit for the Season Ogden's clean-up and painting cam paign ended yesterday noon. Shortly before mid-day the fleot of motor palgn declared that more had beeiy . gathering accumulations for the past month, hauled their last load to the dumping grounds and declared opcra tlons off for the present season. Dr. J. M. Elliott, city sanitary In spector, who has directed the cam paign declared that marc had been accomplished In the clean-up drive than In any previously conducted ' here, and ho voiced his thanks to ' . the people fo Ogden who cooperated in the movement to make Ogdon a cloaner and better place In which to live. While Dr. Elliott was unable to esti mate the number of- loads of refuse hauled from streets during the cam paign, ho summed up his haulage sheets, It la believed that the number will run well over 300U Tona of winter accumulations which wcro an...

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. — 23 May 1920

I i H 6 THE OGDEN 5 rANPAKD-EXAMIINEft, SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1920. I Police Relics Viewed kW )WWN WWV VVUNM rWVWt tV'VONA "Chamber of Honors'9 v-ws-s rvw.'S vvvvM v" ovni .svnnsn Some Many Years Old (BL HARRY BAGLEY.) Volumes of horror, bloodshed and vice, covering a hlBtory of violent and H , desperate deeds committed in and near i Ogden for more than a score of. years, could be poured in tho ears of listen ers, If relics in the "chamber of hor rors" at the Ogden police station had but voices. 1 The chamber is an ancient bookcase of the type seen in county homes a number of years ago. Glass doors pro tect the gruesome articles on shelves within. Several shotguns in a coni partment on one side of the case are visible, while an ancient saber and sev eral modern rifles are on the opposite But, within the case proper proba 1 bly the most gruesome relics are the razors and even pocketknivcs which desperate men and women, in other years, have used to release themselves from this mortal sphere...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1920. 7 LA QOOOLAk TO TRADE f I Monday Again The j White Sale 0 A Tomorrow is the beginning of the second J and final week of the White Sales. All of the 1 items that attracted crowds of buyers last ? week and many others added. Here are five I items that indicate the general reductions: I Women's muslin gowns, envelope chem- Jj a 25 jj ise, skirts and bloomers, made of good' ' ? quality muslin. Values to $2. Special. c ""LV Women's Billie Burk and two-piece pa- fc 4 Ql c " jamas, made of splendid quality muslin. I I Values to $4.50. Special A S ' ... j ' Women's wash satin crepe de chine and jersey vests, bloomers, envelope chemise and cam- $045 I c iso.les; all sizes. Values to $7. Extra r special $ I Women's gowns and envelope chemise, made of pink batiste, trimmed back and front $rj95 l i J with dainty laces. $5 values. Extra J j- sPecial : I Ij r Muslin drawers and bloomers, made of lJ aT jjj I . good quality muslin; all size...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

m ' 8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1920. - H I1 I Gypu "UTAH THEATRE 1 ji to miSS ' Beautiful Little & I 'SlliTlOT SHIRLEY MASON . 1 iJ "MOLLY AND I" ; Delightful Comedy ' ' . BMBMSamaga i J - ,i Ki-tTm-immaapg i, 1 1 rmuJ, ju, i ,. iui J, i , I! illGELI," FROM LONGFELLOW POEi, j AT 06DEM THEATflE i 'The best loved "work of Henry L Wadsworth Longlailow, the famous ; PPet, will bo shown on the screen i w,hcn the William Fox big special pro , doction, "Evangeline," with Miriam ! Cooper In tho titlp role, will open, at L the Ogden theatre today. I "Evangeline," the poem achieved instant success, not only In America, but all over the world, and within a I few years was translated into every civilized tongue, i A comparable success is predicted r for the Fox film version as it adheres I moat faithfully to Longfellow's cx W qusite dramatic poem, in addition to I being the most beautiful of all Tno I tion picture productions. I A common declaration has been that n such ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

nnnnnnH ftnnnni , ' THE CiEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1920. 9 ilSi The immortal dramatic Pem by Henry Wadsworth m SSl 1 Longfellow. The most sublime drama irr the history of Jpg American literature. ALSQ PATHE NEWS AND MUTT AND JEFF ' . , MIRIAM COOPER, LUlYltU I p1 DIRECTION WM. FOX, i Thursday . "the "ALWAYS THE BEST" V DEAD LINE" 111 r, ' THOUSANDS OF BABIES AND MOTHERS DIE AS ' i CONGRESS FAILS TO AFFORD LAW PROTECTION I' Vs By GEORGE B. WATERS 7,-- N. E. A. Staff Correspondent. WASHINGTON, May 22, Congress sleeps on the job, while thousands o babies and mothers die needlessly, h And tho -women of the nation are -- Ej. gGttlng tired of it. Representatives of V" jW hundreds of thousands of American women havo descended upon congress , , with a sharp demand that .pending leg , ' Islatlon for the protection of mothers ffl and babies be passed without further ' ; - fiddling, j; "It is a proper question to ask "Why j.' ' do congressmen and senators want f mothers and childr...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

I H ; 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY. MAY 23, 1920. ' il I STATE ANDJiAHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem Stato I Charles N. Miller Conducts Demonstrations; Ogden Executive Speaks I LOGAN, May 22. Charles N. Miller, I national field executive of the Boy Scouts of America, who will be in Og den at leadership conference to be held here Monday arrived in Logan today. I He was met by Dr. 13. L. Richards of the Utah Agricultural college and in troduced to the scout lenders and mas ters of the city. Every boy in Logan and many from the adjacent country saw for the first time what a Roy Scout fire was like. On the city hall square tonight a camp fire was held at which a second class Boy Scout council was organized. Tomorrow in the Tabernacle a mass meeting of young people and their parents will be hold at which Mr. Miller is expected to deliver an ad dress covering the general utility of the Boy Seoul movement and manifest ing the spirit which is behind the movement...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1920. I TO HELP YOU ENJOY 1 i SUMMER WEATHER g 1 Cool Soothing 7r Foot Comfort 9 I TALCUM POWDER FnVRT 1 I Should bo liberally used In warm rUWl'LK rlmww J"? clcSf ' Keeps your feet cool. A little I fhS ?r?-fCilH? 4. V10 k,n FMtcp Fool Powder In .your 1 feet ollcuo0 riT'tn ,r ff; ahocsmoWS walking a pleasure. I POWDER PUFFS I jj 1 Dainty puffs of Vo j Sunshiny Days Are All sizes of I lour and Lamba I KODAK DAYS I I wool indispen I Wo have nil styles FILMS B f11 among mi- from the vest poc Fresh Stock H 1 blf Sth?nrgSS,nVou ket RDd V" KODAK F.NISH- 1 - S Bhould have severa 10 tho blS ones- ING B I 15c 20c 25c to 50c I I FCIES-MA2DA ftPEC Atj Our Fountain In- 1 M Keep a few spare f M n Mazdas In tho vjtes a rest with fig fl houso In case accl- ? TT .. , u , H ?1 dents happen. The Hospital CottOD plcaslnc rcfreBh- W U usual and most cf- M M flclont size for. Rcnilnr ffcc t mcnts. 99 M home lighting" . 40c IvegUiai DOC M l0 FOR YOUR I I " X y...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

I 12" . ,Tr ' -noaro:xawiner 23, 1920. I II Don't Forget Yeur j Extra Paefs. I even if you have to come down in your B. V. D.'s 1 I m order to remember it a I THAT EXTRA PAIR MEANS DOUBLE WEAR 1 I AT A 50 SAVING IN YOUR CLOTHES BILL I l UNIONME I I Fine Quality All-Woo! Fabrics j 1 Yes, sir, this IS a "SPECIAL" a real, genuine jj I downright "SPECIAL" the same materials, the i same price, $45 BUT we made a special purchase J 1 I of woolens at far less than recent market prices. j ' I Therefore, we arc able to make this, absolutely FREE S I I offer of the extra pair of pants. j j I f HOWARD WILLIAMS j I NS 2309 Washington Ave. j II Z. . J Believe Roads So Badly Con I gested, Will Need Months I to Improve WASHINGTON, May 22 Advices to night from the principal freight con gestions showed slight and continued decline in the number of loaded cars awaiting movement, while reports to I the American Railroad association in ' dicated a general public awakening to j the need of thorough co-op...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

B THE QGPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1920. 13, Ilate news in the world of sportI Ogden Wins Initial Sm Contest By Opportune 19 I Hitting and Playing ' Tremonton-Garlancl Goes Down to 11 to 5 Defeat at Hands SH $ & of Ogden Crew; Wessler Slaps Out Triple for Bat HH 1. Honors; Play Richmond Gang Today H WASATCH LEAGUE. fH V W. L. Pet IH" ' Ogden 2 0 1.000 ffiHr Layton 0 1.000 tBT Tremonton-Garland .... 1 1 .500 JM Honcyvillo 1 1 .500 Brlgham. City 0 2 .000 H Bountiful 0 .000 :H Yesterday's Results. fjH v . Ogden 11, Tremonton-Garland 5. 'H Brlgham City 2, Layton 3. H Honcyvillo 15, Bountiful 2. yH 'Ogden opened the 1920 baseball cH season of the Wasatch Lcaguo at JH , Lorin Farr park yceterday afternoon I( beforo a large crowd. From tho time ' ; Mayor Francis hoavod the first ball j until tho ninth spasm wa3 over tho ' fans were on their toes. (The score ' book says, Ogden 11, Tremonton-Gar- In the first spasm the Invaders started off In speedy fashion. Hen derson, lead-...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1X1X11 I ft ft jjl LATEST toBL Spring and Jnflp ' Summer lFootwear ! SLIPPERS, PUMPS and OXFORDS of the newest and l most -wauled style. Some with high throat and bows, as illustrated; others in the popular Colonial model a great variety with low or high heels, exceptional ly well made o black or tan kid. Patent leathers, ' ": too, among them. Retailing most everywhere d2 OP cround ?10. Our price this week P vOd j ' ' White Canvas Slippers ' - So cool and comfortable women of good taste will i wear them this summer. Always stylish either the - pump or oxford design. This offering is from our newest stock. ' rfn rn (7 ta Bargains at tPJ.Ju TO 4?J.JU j Jbr Good Shoe4 I 2356 Washington Avenue Ogden Ii Prospects Point to Excellent I Crop in North Ogden District (Special Correspondence) I NORTH OGDEN, May 22. Thlnn- 1 lng of sugar boots In North Ogden I and throughout the Weber county district, work on Which had just opened, was held up this week by tho heavy showers of -...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

' W 1 x THETRACKS SToP HERE AT -pI,AiMi vO' . , v ' :' ' " ' ,0, - "V'7 W V hTHESE &USWES WE WtU.1 J YoO CERTAINLY . .'. , r., . - VrS ."N . I ' AND HER NAME WAS MAUD ': ( 1 .-4. .V II - . ijv ("maud has run "L ( , , t -A. : -;.:yr.'t. IP LA N D I "1H OFF AND l!M 60lH' I'M A GREAT L . ,v. .y-Vw'sT-'.ft? ' ' It I s caT ' i -DOWN BV THE ( 6tl THW nuLtJ for the Ufrol juJ T For 3 V ' . fllf- I . ' ' I' THAR SHE lO S3 ' ' ,,. r ifj f HOLD HER, f GOT HER .' - f g . i. detect we, , (owj -ntrn ' - If 1st. hold ( petktueJ . , W i J THATS MAOX - GRAB -

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

1 TtffK frl iFTrhgbr'Y JlnnllrrAft Per Kids qet tier - H' I CLEAVE IT TOME) ( ACH VEJERe" IsTvAReV. rfn lTTn - c CAPTAIN'S FOLKS f DKt'S OF MVCHLDWOODX U rnOt:!' n1 &ZMt& P I , , . ' lasted FMavAiKYi (?oiy r" TLL y4L -&SZ2; T EVEN ttYoWN

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

It ll '111 '1 ijlj - , , r''dB I '';"'' T"- COpimOMT.1920. BY KINO -FEATURES SYNDICATE. ,c.' . . X ' "C ' ? ' t u- . . . j T T If """'jANiT Jtft -. ( : "f -:" p 'f si '"f lis e si- I Told You :4-v " W-S5L AND -T5oTK ME UNLESS HBPBk U, . ' Q i) . vj . i K -V V , . , ' . ,,V L' l. MoT Yo T5oTe MIL !; .:. ! IVOU AVE SOMETHING VlEl?y J TSfflBffiF , ' ? H H ' i . ' I J L L Ye l L h ..CouPL cjF r;.;.4UMUEsi IT' SmetwJK; - . j rM-4t 1 yjX'V' -' ,1 ' J p&6-riA W J - -riMEU? -r)-. J(l 3US7 CAME IM.Of.:;, I,

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

SECOND SECTION " OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1920. PRICE, FIVE CENTS I VACATION PLANS TAKE FORM AS MONTH OF JUNE NEARS I rBride Season mm I Comes as School H Days are Over Graduates Receive Diplomas in Dainty Gowns; Kiddies Are Very Happy 1 Sweot girl graduates and Ulentci' I 1 young men have been holding the cort 1 icr of interest during iho par.l v'r?e'i I "White dresses, pink and red hoa?buufi I . dainty curls, and Hushed faces; nov suits," brilliant tles, nnd an aii' of I greatness, have cornd more or Icnr lhlQ I tho lives of many or tho young full'.n of I Ogden. I And the school kiddies nre just nfi I ' happy, for the week also clcaed tholr I school for thorn. I Do vou wonder that thoy aro all I r . . singing, "No More Latin and No Moro 1 M r.i. French?' ? Lrrr In ) With moro roses, lilacs and red g -r M luUp( our Juno brides are stepping to ' " the front. ITj Ogden young men and women aro r very much excited about several of the l season's coming weddings. Dan Cup...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

II ( , N t Society v J y Miss Ellen Thomas presented a I number of her pupllB In two recitals I last week. The first was gtvon Mon I day evening In tho conservatory of musla and was largely attended by the many friends of Miss Thomas f and of tho studenta. Tho following program wub given Monday evening; , ' "Still as the Night" Bohn "Dawn" Pearl G. Curran ( "Garden of Roses Mary Salter , i Miss Vera De Lemater , "Spring's a Lovable. Ladyc. .. Elliot I, "Enchanted Hour" H. Mouton IIlas Adelaido Ashton "Serenade" .,..', O. Speaks "A Wiaperina'" llauna Zucca "Sea Fever"'. Walla Sabin Golden Bingham "Wind Song". . ... Rogors "A Memory" Cadman I "Secret" Speaks I "Star" Rogers I Miss Maythol Allen Violin Solo, "Sonata" (in A major) Handel , Miss Dora Smith Accompanied by Mrs. Louise Pierce Martincau i "The Dew Is on the Clover". Coombs "Spring Song" from Cadman'a j "Canoe" Opera "Shancwis" ' Mrs. Clyde Lindsay j "Sing a Song of Roses".. Ray Foster "Wind of. the West Land" ,j Mrs. H. H, G...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

IH n THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY. MAY 23, 1920. 3 I M I Salt Lake Society j IV - In honor of her daughter, Miss Jetta Gill, a bride of next month. Mrs. Thomas G. GUI entertained, at a tea from 2 until 6 o'clock at her home on Center street Monday evening. The tea tablo had for a conterpleco a large crystal howl of spring- flowers. Assisting In receiving were Mrs. Frank L. Hoagland, Mrs. Gllbort Melklo and Miss Ruby Gill. Tho following guests were present: Mra. C. O. Johnson, Mrs. D. O. "Wlllcy, Mrs. Alvin A. Beesloy, Mrs. James S. Morgan, Mrs. W, L. "VVorsencroft, Mrs. Ernest Brown, Mr3. Andrew Peterson, Mrs. H. L. N'clson, Mrs. W". J. Backman, Mrs. Joseph KIrkman, Mrs. Jack Martin, Mrs. yilllam Tcrkes, Mrs. J. Henry Jones, Mrs. Ray Downs, Mrs. Elmo Ostler, Mrs. D. R. Gill, Mrs. George Ingram, Mrs. "William Barnes, Mrs. Lowell Morgan, Mrs, G. A. Iloagland and Mrs. John Hoagland. I Miss Lucllo Jenkins entertained the mombcrs of tho senior class of St. Mary's academy at a danc...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

j ) e.-., , sv' ,..vVjC--.. .-;:'i";i'V:T;f: '?'" k'--f-y-. , 'jt , .."4 , A Smart Cape Coat for Travelling; : ""' "" v-ADY DUFF-GORDON, the famous "Lucile" of London, i and foremost creator of fashions iff the worl, Writes each week the fashion article' for this newspaper presenting all that is newest and best in styles for well dressed women. Lady Duff-Gordon's Paris establishment brings her into close touch with that centre of fashion. Lady Duff-Gordon's American- establishments are at Nos. 37 and 39 West Fifty-seventh street,. New York, and No. 1400 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago. ' jBy Lady Duff-Gordon 4 ("LUCILE") THT3 Is the time "when many are considering travel "and travelling costumes. The travelling costume should bo smart and neat and simple. "Without all these requisites it failB of the impression of correctness that every travelling suit should give. On this page are two reproductions of such a travelling suit aa I consider essentially correct, They have what I term deoorou...

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