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

r- J' 1 ' ll I ; I, H rp;; The Ogden Standard-Examiner p I u v '1 HBP ' Bulky, Pretentious Cars of Yesteryear Contrasted With Present Design H ' Govornmcnt officials who arc in H cjosc touch with tho automobile trade H are impressed with tho growing ten- H dency of Investors to prefer light au- H tomobllcs to the 'heavier types of con- H One of tic government officials in H commenting on this modorn tendency PH I ' Penalty or Weight B "The appcaranco of the automobile I has kept pace with its mechanical de- velopment. This fact is the more I ' clearly emphasized by contrasting the trim, light, well proportioned cars of j I today with tho bulky, pretentious af-l I fairs that only a few years ago were' S usually seen laid up for repairs by the wayside. "Those old cars were, loaded down with wholly unnecessary weight, and their towering touneaus only cmpha-l Sill..,, liii-n ftiiuu-iiu.ini iiuimis. iiti . r. one or. two cylinder engines laboped WffTC I anc asnccl under burdens away out ...

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. — 23 May 1920

6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1920. , H i Smart Shops Are Full of Tempting Raiment for Milady's Driving By Mae A. Hitchcock in Chevrolet i Review, i The spring lays a spell of happiness ' , upon, tho world, and perhaps upon the motor world in particular. When the ! air is a golden haze and the sky a joyous blue, the call of the country is !' very tempting to the motor lover. Mo i tor clothes occupy no small place in i Milady's wardrobe nowadays, and the j ! smart shops are full of tempting ral 1 ment k The cape is to be one of tho most i favored of all garments for motor wear ' this spring. Tho newest and smartest models are made after the stunning j Italian army capes in that delicious ; ! blue cloth worn by the captain of the "Artigierla," with its gilt clasps m of lions' heads and silver stars on the L collar. The dark blue cloth capes, ' lined with a vivid red silk, like those i worn by the infantry, are extremely smart, and tho lighter blue ones, like j1 thoso ...

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. — 23 May 1920

I ! AUTO TOP I i Department I We have added to our buiness one of the most I h complete auto trimming departments in Ogden. J This department has competent workmen and I I we use the best materials obtainable. J j Our prices are very j I reasonable -.. j Let os figure on your I I new top ! Automobile Company Fleet of 25 American Made . Machines Haul Goods Within City rj A fleet of twenty-five American 'j motor truck3 is engaged In transport- llf-r--- Ing merchandise within the city of W Shanghai. It 13 the first public motor !j truck service to be established In f China and Is conducted by the China f '. Garage company of Shanghai, which k started this improved system of trans- portatlon last August. The plan at first aroused considerable opposition fa according to a recent number of the kj 0 Oriental Motor, from the owners of I wheelbarrows and string carts, on the 1 ground that the coolies operating J those simpler vehicles used for so many years in China would be thrown out of em...

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. — 23 May 1920

I II 8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1920. I I Haymond and Martin Will Star Here Saturday. June 5 I 10 j Classy Race Card I A rranged by Ogden :A. A. C. Officials 1 jl j t Haymond Will Handicap Field in Both 100 and 220-Yard Events; Martin Will Run Three-mile Event Against Three Middle Distance Men; 'Twill Be Their Last j; Appearance in Utah Until After the i ' , Olympic Games j Yea, P-ol ! Scores of Ogden rar.s failed to see ,j the gala track and, field meet here a 'i f few weeks ago, and sarc that time re- quests have been received for a second appearance of Creed Haymond here. After considerable dickering, the offi 1 , cers of the Ogden A. A. finally con sented to have Haymond and Martin compete here on Saturday, June 5, In I ii three feature races. ' j! And listen, dear readers, they will L be somo races' . Haymond, who was national intercollegiate champion in 1919, simply tore up the track here In : j his last appearance, and covered the I 100 yards in 10 flat on...

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. — 23 May 1920

fHE ornrM ND ARD -TXAMINER. SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1920. 9 Wmm Leopards Schedule Grid Contest With Long Beach Hill IUTJUfHS TO PLAY COASTERS ,- Coach Romney Will Have Eight Letter Men in Harness When Bell Sounds Whothor tho East High Leopards ' again win the stato high school grid- Iron championship In 1920 or not will clash with tho fast Long Beach high school at Los Angeles, probably -Turkey day, according to Coach Ott Romncy. But on the other hand with eight letter men In harness next fall besides his entlro second and third teams, Romnoy should bo ablo to develop a team equal to tho cham pionship aggregation of last fall. ' Tho team last fall scores 566 points to their opponents 0, during tho sea son. . When tho bell sounds Romney will havo tho following men return who woro "H" men last fall; Henderson, Jewkes, Moycrs, Livingston, Smith. Williams, Dyer, Gllllsple, Kump and Parkinson. Of the men mentioned Smith was tho unanimous choico for all-stato end while Parkinson was tho choico of...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

I . ft ' CHAPTER VIII. (Cont'd)" fl I ' WAaf fic Butler and the Housb- , H' I macf iacf fo Say. H V"13 amone tQ0 many myfl I ' U teries of that dreadful night H ii was the was' by which my H Aunt Enid had gone from the house H 1 to meet her death. I think I have H ' said that there was a track lead- H ing out of tho main footpath H Ithrough the shrubbery to the door H ' ,of tho conservatory which adjoined H ; jay aunt's boudoir. H She kept the key of the conserv- H j tory door, the gardener coming to H her for it when there was any work H i for him in the small conservatory, H ! and returning it to her again. It H ; was by this door that she usually H I jwenb out Into the garden or H grounds, and this seemed the nat- H - jiral way for her to go if the moon H light and the beauty of tho night Hj 'had attracted her out for a stroll. H 5 1 But tho difficulty in accepting H I ; that otherwise most natural and H ' 'simple - explanation was that the H V 'door was "found locked and no key ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

T . yJS'JlX-Xs 'V'iVv- - ': ?:v-, It ,..f. ;,-v I fascinating Deiectire btory-by eHorace VAuimson I I (Continued from Preceding Page) Enid was pink and white and gold en with rather an appealing little face. Colesto was dark with strong ly marked eyebrows, rather straight and nearly meeting, dark eyes, a straight determined mouth quite a different facial expression from Aunt Enld'-fl much more resolute. But Aunt Enid appeared to rule her with a veritable rod of iron, for ' all the straight lines of her mouth and eyebrows. In the most em phatic manner ot one of tho con querors to a subject race Aunt Enid would speak to her; and the French weman, for all the determi nation that her face bespoke, took it o' rjmuch more- tamely than any English maid could have submitted to it. Only now and then she would turn and answer Aunt Enid back in a torrent of broken - English 'jumbled up with French and would say things that no English maid would say to her mistress, and 1 would give notice to l...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

I i Lady Cholmondeley Finds That Beauty Is Indeed '' i'ipN "Only Skin Deep" and She 'jmSkh, Divorces Her Noble Husband9 V I . ' : " i4dora8 ., ' v , ... " e ! Lord George Cholmondeley, "The Hand- r'iU., somest Man in Great Britain." v y Ijlp, , London, April 24. I' T-xEAUTY Is only skin deep and this i r la nolds truc for handsome men as f JL- welj asfor handsome women. j : The pretty American girl, Clara Eliza- !l j beth Taylor, who married Lord George Cholmondeley, reputed to be England's ' handsomest nobleman, has found, after a j short experience of married life, that his attractive qualities were entirely on the i surface, and that beneath that he was a Hi most undesirable husband. J ! Lady Cholmondeley has taken the pre- lb liminary steps for obtaining a divorce. : While it Is expected that she will offer the ji customary evidence required for a com- , plete divorce in England, she has ex- i jj plained tO'friends that she has many other U causes of complaint. To put it brleuy,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

jV;V;: V :;,r!T ,r ?T ; IAirter 12 Years' Hopeless Efforts of tLe Best Doctors m All Europe a London "Healer" Suddenly Seizes tke Little Prince hy the Neck, Twists tLe jpK , ; Bones- Ci XS.M ' ' Vnd tLe 'v '-X.g I I Royal Cnild fJd ffBBfel 1 Is Cured! JplT oi c?Z c Kino's h or sea jp ft L-" -r-7HE King of Spain's second ' ' 1 v-v 30n was born deaf and V il I,. ' " A dumb. Poor little Prince jjSV'V ' :-Uf9$ &f!Bi87)f$& $ , i pgg BT Jaime was 'the victim of a f ;A1 dm , J fgl ' This distressing misfortune was jffif' ''' 1t Wflfti HI F the great grief of the Queen's life. mkA' ' v ;l2Hi! ! Of all her six delightful children, , why should such a shocking affile- jj ? tlon cloud the life of Prince I' Jaime? The whole nation sympa- 'i thized with the royal family. gil Every great specialist the world I'. ' over was called to examine the . I child. For the last twelve years the ; 'boy, now a sturdy youth, has been under constant observation. Nbth- i ing that the eminent physicians ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

I ' ! 14 , TMir ' EXAMINER. SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1920. - I I ! General Trend of Trading on 1 S. L. Exchange Is I Upward H i Trading yesterday on the Salt Lako I 1 Stock and Mining Exchange was falr- H ' ly active, with the general trend of I the market a trifle upward. This was H particularly noticeable in Prince Con, I and TIntic Standard, the former open H ing at ZSM cents and advancing to 40 H cents, closing with SOc "bid, while H 5 the latter, which has been the feature H ' of the market for the past few days I changed hands at ?3.55. closing With $3.50 bid and ?3.55 asked. Silver King H Consolidated was practically the only H 1 stock on the board to show weakness, H i opening at ?1.65 and changing hands as low as $1.60, closing with $1.60 bid and $1.65 asked. '! Alt a Con. was heavily traded in at 3&c; Eureka Uly sold at 10c and H 11c; Columbus Rexall showed a little strength, advancing to 47c, 100 shares H of Empire Copper changed hands at H 30c New Quincy was steady at 6c; bro...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1920. 15 I - FOR SALE j Real Estate f7O00TANb"'AN PAID i (rst class water right, good land. cIofc o main line railroad six hours of Ogdcn, Sasy paymonts: monov maker. S. E. HINCKLEY 431 Twenty-fourth Street lull (-( ACRES of A-l sandy loam soil, level. 10 icros planted to beet. New five room jungalow. nn attractive farm house, good tblo, garage, etc. This farm Is located rery close to Ogdcn. nnd is considered one ?f the bcflU Fe ub at once. UY OWNER riv" room brick house, inrfcv lot. 838 Twenty-fourth. 13CS SMITH & FLINDERS CO. City Department Rond this. A five room portly modem apusos on Washington avenue. In splcn ; ihl location. Quick sale. 52500. 15 HOMES HOMES HOMES "y Vc have them now noaring completion. Eoyon modern homes, different pinna, five ana six rooms, ranging In price .from M500 to 7500. located-on bench nnd view ing ontlrc city. Firat come first served. Come and look- these over. SWANER Phone 116 Our new addrcsa 1361 T...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 23 May 1920

II is . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1920. I I immediate Work to It Be Started on New ; I Arsenal at Sunset I Captain William P. Katz, in , -Charge of Construction Says Operations Waiting on Ar : rival of Plans from Washington i "Plans for the Ogden arsenal should i have reached nie from Washington, '; D. C, yesterday," said Cajitain William I P. Katz, consCruclion quartermaster of i the Ogden' arsenal to a Standard-Ex-li aminer reporter yesterday morning. I "As soon as the plans arrive, we will l be able to get down to 'brass tacks' and got tho advertising material ready for publication on tho bids for thC j; work required. For the construction, h of sixteen miles of railroad track in-j ! eluding the spur from tho main line of j the Bamberger Electric, railroad the; L advertisement will bo ready and pub-j !: llshccl during next week, and by June 10, we will have everything, in readi I ness for the publishing of bids on Lhe general construction of the arsenal, which ...

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. — 24 May 1920

Fiftieth Year-No. 130. Price Five cent. OGDEN CITY, UTAH MONDAY EVENING, MAY 24, 1920. ' LAST EDITION 4 P. M. ft OGDEN EXCITED I Dog Leads Police in Wild I Chase After Biting Jap- I anese on One Leg 1 THRONG LOOKS ON AS I DETECTIVES GIVE BATTLE I Several Other Animals Bitten I ' By Spitz During Rampage I r on Main Streets a Wvp' r r ' Ogdcn's business district was the , 1 scene of great excitement this morn- ing when police nnd others joined in a chase which resulted In the cxecu- mll tion of a dog, believed to have been af- m i flicted with rabies. Bj 1 Tho chase was begun after E. Ml- 91 ayskI, Japanese, received a severe m bite on one leg near 2153 Grant ave- JE nuo. Tho vicious dog then com- 5 - menccd his last mad rampage. W ' Detectives Pursue. il ' Detectives Walter Mooro and Rob- U I! erL Chambers set out to capture or It J "kill tho animal. , Moore seized a rope and pursued the nrcgij animal closely. He nearly captured gill it as tuG doS stopped to fight with 6 III another ...

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. — 24 May 1920

H That love sometimes cures dis- H ease is a fact that haB been called to the attention of the public by a H prominent physician. Love is not, H however, the cure for all women. H Many a woman is nervous and H irritable, feels dragged down and H worn out for no reason thRt she H can think of. H Doctor Pierce's Favorite Pre- H scription gives new life and new ) strength to weak, worn-out, Hi run-down women. "Favorite Hi Prescription" makes weak women H strong and sick women well. It H is now sold by all druggists in the United States in tablets as well H as liquid form. H Roseburg, Oregon "I suffered H something terrible from an organic H trouble. Could scarcely stand on H . my feet. My head and back ached so H hard and I was weak and nervous. I had severe pains in my side and my limbs and feet ached. I was also Hi troubled with constipation. I took H Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. H Golden Medical Discovery, and H Pleasant Pellets. These medicines cured me of all my ailments an...

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. — 24 May 1920

H I THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 24, 1920. .3 fH Composes Verses After Wife Divorces to Marry To -j bacco King (By International Nev.'s Service.) NEr YORK, -May 1M. The cool philosophy with which Grant Clark t?, song writer, agreed to give up his wife to Walker P. Inman, stepson or James B. Duke, the tobacco millionaire, is told by Mr. Clarke himself. His e:c wifo was married to Inman at Pough kccpslo April 2S. unknown to the bridegroom's family. Clarke says he has dedicated his newest song, entitled "Tired of Me' 19 Mr3. Inman. One stanza runs: Tired of me, tired of me, f- a Sorry iB all you say; Just like a toy, children enjoy, Loved and then thrown away. Somebody new looks good to you, Happy I hope you'll be. C I love you still, 1 always will, Wm Though you grew tired of me. Clarke met Garnet Helen Patton, a Kokomo, ind., clergyman's daughter, five years ago in this city and mar rled her a year later. Telling of their married life lie said. "Wo came to New York, but o...

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. — 24 May 1920

I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY . Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah " ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of tho 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 ' One Year 8-w 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 THE TREACHERY OF POLITICS This' is the time of national conventions of the two groat political parties, and throughout the nation preparations for the big events are being made. There is nothing revolutionary in store for cither party nothing to compare with the radical action taken at Chicago in 1S96, when Bryan was nominated or at Chicago in 1912 when Taft prevailed over Roosevelt. At the Chicago convention in 1S96 an Ogden man was head doo...

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. — 24 May 1920

r' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY. MAY 24, 1920. 5 11 tlLOVE and MARRIED IIFEf the noted author IdahMGlone Gibson j IXBWS FROM TIffi OIIj WELLS. "Huah, Bobble." said his mother, when little Bobblo asked John to bring his father, "you mustn't aaK such questions." I "Why not? I want my papa, l want him every night when I go 10 bed." "Why don't you let him visit hla father?" I said suddenly to Ruth. She loolced at mo reproachfully. "Would you do that- If you were m my place?" "I think I should, Ruth," T answer cd honestly. "Perhaps ho doesn't want to see him," said Ruth hesitatingly. "Oh yes, I know he is Just as hun gry to sec his babies," said Alice Im pulsively. "May I go and sco my pape, muv ver?" "I'll see, dear, perhaps. Come over hero to mother, Bobblo." "Telegram for Mrs. Gordon," said h iiiinnun, opening mc uuui. H My heart stood still. What bad H news could come to me now. Could H not fato lot me bo happy for just a H few momonts. Every telegram that BH w- I had received...

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. — 24 May 1920

6 , THE OGDEISSTiDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 24, 1 920. ' ' ' I I ' Iff SCHOOL'S FESTIVAL TODAY Event to Be Staged This Af ' ternoon At 5:30 on School Grounds Featuring the annual May festival of the State School for the Deaf and Blind, "Tho Story of the Deaf," in pageant form will bo presented at the state institution this afternoon. The event will be held on the lawn near the south entrance to the school grounds and is scheduled to start at 5:30 p. m. Arrangements have been made to seat Beveral hundred people, but as the attendance usually runs into thou sands arrangements should be made early this afternoon for reserved seats. nn I Dog Bitten By Rabid Canine to Be Killed Raymond Sorenson, C70 Twcnty tecond street, whose pet Spitz dog was attacked this morning when another , Spitz dog, thought to be rabid, dashed through tho streets of Ogden, report ed to tho police this morning and told them that he would agree to any course that they saw fit to pursuo re garding the pet animal. D...

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. — 24 May 1920

" t' i ' t-naminirr. MONDAY, MAY 24, 1920. 7 1 H Special Occasion I AGAIN TODAY Wc take pleasure in presenting" Marshall Neilan's first produc Hj tion from his own studios. EXPECT A REAL TEE AT You will not he disappointed. M MATINEE DAILY I , I, For Subscription and Advertising 1 Department, Call Phone No. 56. f RANDOM j REFERENCES i I Pythian Sisters Thero will bo inlti- t'; j ation and other important business at tho meeting of the Pythian Sisters h ''. tomorrow night, It was announced to- : ' ' day. vf ,H Prof. Sawyer lias re-opened studio at corner oC Washington and 29th. :n Phono 377. 1C5G is - ' " Police to Meet A meeting of the i Ogden Policemen's Benefit association has been called by Chief of Detectives Robert Burk, president of the assoc iation, for Tuesday, May 25. Ogden Typewriter House for type writers and ropaJrs, 2422 Hudson Ave. Pione 236. Pleads Not Guilty Rosio Van Sic kle, charged with having disturbed ffej the peace by tumultuous and oriensive rjm conduct, enter...

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. — 24 May 1920

;v .-yrw H I TF1F, pr ' ' vlARP EXAMINER. MONDAY, MAY 24 1 9201 " ' rr ." v'"' 'v 1 ? ,4H I! j STATE AND JDAM NEWS I Latest Items of Intarest From Utah and Gem State I Two Boys From Corinne Cap- ture Bruin After Fight in Canal (Sjcclal to Stnnd.irfl-Exnniincr.) 1 BRIG HAM CITY, May 23. Amos 1 Tclson and William Gerard of Corln- captured a brown yearling bear the largo canal near Fielding and t brought tho animal home, but not I without a fight, 5. The boys are doing some farm work Sin that section when ihoy noticec the fanimal out on tho flat north of Fiold Ung. They got on the work horses and I (made chase after bruin who ran much I ifastor than tho boys thought possible. J The work horses had to be whipped up to keep anywhere in sight. Finally the bear went into the large canal ana was swimming around when Amos Nel son throw a harness reign over his head and tried to pull him to shore. It was no uso so Gerard wont into Mlho canal and by a little "pushing" f Btunt tho boys got tho ...

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