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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 May 1920

THURSDAY. MAY 2, 2., ' ' fmfySXt OGDEN. UTAH .1 I ! PROGRESS MADE I ; ON ip gym H Official Statement Says Insti- H . tution Will Be for Benefit of Entire Community ' Official information upon progress Vi being- made In connection with tho Wobcr gymnasium, together with an appeal to tho wards to bo prompt in ' turning In contributions, is contained in a statemont Issued today by tho presidcnclos of the threo stakes. "Every progrossivo citizen should make an investment in tho gym nnslum," the statemont says. "Every hundred dollars so invested will bring 1 abundant returns." Tho gymnasium is to bo for tho 2 , benefit of tho ontlro community, says HJ v the statement, tho text of which is as Hn . follows: Iyl I Text or Statement. "Several months ago, tho offlcors o tho three stakes in Weber county, at jl a special meeting held in tho assembly hall of Weber normal college, voted ' 1 unanimously to assist In the build ing of a gymnasium for Weber county. Since that date, moctings havo bcon...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 May 1920

HP ' THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920. 13 ' j FOR SALE Real Estate J BY OWNER Flvo room strictly modern bungalow, well located on bench. 1"."' rear 622 Twenty-third. 2011 ALFRED E. STRATFORD Thono 69 or 2304-J. Four room modern brick bungalow on bench; large lot; $2900; terms. Four room modern bungalow, excellent ly finished; immcdaito possession; $4200; t0Flvo room modern cottage, two oxtrh lots: all specials paid; $3500- Throo choice building loty, best loca tion on boneh. $B0 each. ALFRED E. STRATFORD Phone CO or 2301-J FIVE acres Innd on paved road and enr- lino Price $1350 with crop. $1250 without crop; Five room modern brick. A snap for $2850 R A. Norrlo, 1C50 "Washington or phone 700. 2010 FOR SALE BY SKEEN REALTY CO. SUBSTANTIAL brick home of seven rooms, full basement. 2S12 Grant, a snap I for $1250; $1200 cash, balanco easy: be qUAClfl"mall now bungalow ready for occu- J pancy. $C00 cash, balance $35 a month. flB l i Price $3000: will take good car as pa...

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. — 28 May 1920

H Fifucth Year-No, 134. Price Five cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M. I H A A AAA I GARY AIRS VIEWS ON LABOR DEMANDS1 jH AAA A A A A A A i I Poles Report Hundreds Cap tured When Retreat of En emy Was Cut Off REDS GAIN NEW AREA, POPULATION FLEES Bolshevik Uprising Led by Traitorous General Crushed by Armenians LONDON, May 2S. Tho Bolaliovlkl arc advancing In tho Kiev region, and are engaged In fighting on the scf--- m;tif!ed line of the T'o'fSSrtnrfist ofHi clly lt JjuinnSunccd" in Thurs days olTi&ir "statement by the soviet government received by wireless from Moscow today. The statement says the fighting line runs ten miles north of Brovarl vil lage. This village lies about ten mllC3 directly cast of Kiov. Drive Ttcds Bnck, WARSAW, May 2S. "The Bolshe vlki in strength forced a passage of tt Bcreslna river., south of Bbrisov.j, enemy's retreat and taking hundreds! of prisoners," says an official com munication issued today. j "Tho remainder...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 May 1920

: 9 tHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 28,, 1920. . . . I B , . . nil H ii lu.ij mrrmi-Tmni n mi mi 1 1 ''"iiiii 1 1 1 1 iTTTinTTTiTrrnr-riTariTii-i-nTiTTrTini 1 1 in 1 1 iiwiw mm mr p, m-r-rninn-rint. i PORTSMOUTH, Eng.. May 27. (By HV The Associated Press). The league of H nations was discussed at the opening HI session today of the twenty-ninth con- k forence of the international Law asso- Hf' elation. The Earl of Reading, lord H'l chief justice, and former British am- 1 bassador to Iho United States, presid- ed. There were numerous foreign del ! egates present, but two Germans who i were expected have not yet arrlvd. An Interesting paper was presented In the name of Everett P. Wheeler, I New York lawyer, In which he express- ed the belief that the United States to would yet ratify tho league I " The American ambassador, J. W. Da- bl vis, will preside at tomorrow's session, Kl . When tho laws of war at sea will be 3 discussed. Lord Reading's Views. Lord Reading, speaking at...

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. — 28 May 1920

P THEq OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920. - 3 1 I (Look for the Big I I FR ClotWnfl I Look for the Big I I I I I Yellow Sign I I IBLLLI m Store I Yellow Sinn I i I I I amM wmmmammmmmsJ 302 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET, OGDEN, UTAH NEXT DOOR TO CARR'S DRUG STORE hsmmm J I I I 20,000 DOLLAR STOCK OF MENS CLOTHING, I I J J I FURNISHINGS AND SHOES I I B Having other interests to attencTand on account of the continuous Men's Shirts ,5. 1 H wi increasing cost of merchandise, have decided to go out of the clothing ah sizes, and dependable (KgSKBS- H 1 H ir ' an soe business in Ogden, Utah, and to move the stock quickly makes, most of the R. o. (mml m B ave cu4 Prices 30 to 50 per cent on all departments. Now is your Quali?y shop stock, soft yBffi I gj yiA time to dress yourself at a price far below today's wholesale market. nd stlff dcuff latest f' n I I fT. SALE BEGINS SATURDAY MORNING, MAY Jfj I I I 1-3 DISCOUNT ON ALL DRESS" 2 192ft AT 9" ko M. SHARP Sonow $i.is I- I I AND WORK STRAW...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 May 1920

r "ir''T'nrTw w , " l 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1920. I I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING- COMPANY Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffoe, Ogden, Utah H ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of th Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Assooiated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening" and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance One Month f - One Year 8-w !j MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS " t ! - 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 OGDEN ARSENAL : "With 500 to 1000 men to be employed on the construction of the 'ordnance depot south of this city, Ogden must begin to improve its Jiousing facilities. Homes are going up in all parts of the city, but people continue to demand accommodations. Near the eastern bound ary, buildings are being erected in groups of a dozen or more. On C...

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. — 28 May 1920

Hll THE OGDEN 3TANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1 920. 5 1 H l mrr-,-.,-. - Ofmnri . j I - -' i.-j--ctt. m in. I .mi mJ II I 111" I II TTM11 TTWT TTTI1 I I I I II II I I I I HI I ITTIWmmn'HII II II PUB II l-w n-lllll H m i ILOVE and MARRIED LIFE! j Jkj. the noted author I H S Id&h MGlone Gibson J !l j A Contrast In TCttcrs. I ' I read tho slanzafl over and over. I "Who would havo thought that Karl I Shcpard.-so full of fun and seemingly I unsentimental, would have written I those veqjps. I "Truly, I said to myself, "thore aro I anonymuos letters and anonymous I ; lottors," and then It came to mo with l a suddenness for which I could not I account that after all perhaps the I anonymous letters that I knew wero I, written by Elizabeth Moroland would Fi' not bo more apt to poison my future 5 llfo than these 'beautiful stanzas, j whlclf I knew had boon penned for j my eyes alone by Karl Shcpard. Karl seemed to think that becaitso he was I, thousands of miles away from mo he I ' mig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 May 1920

( tA ! ' 6 , THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 28, T920. I !l icraiH Day , ... SPECIAL ' Thursdny sales of ladles' lmls attracted many cnger shoppers. Slnco. the sale closed many customers have manifested a deslro to pnrtlclpale In these' unusual value,- after aeolnf? what their friends hnd purchased. Another opportunity will bo given .SATURDAY. ONE DAY ONLY. Everybody will want n nifty hat for DECORATION DAY. Many new at tractive, hats, have been added. ! SEE WHAT WE ARE GOING TO DO Tailored and sport hats, valued Our entire line of pattern and to $12.50, Decoration special, trimmed hats white hats ex t . . eluded valued up to S1S.00, Dec- j IT " $4.95 X r... $9.95 Paine h Hurst If ! Ernie Ford to Go to ! Los Angeles Shoot . ; l.OS ANGEL.ES, Cal., May 2S. inmongr the exceptionally largo num ; $or of out-of-town marksmen who j j . .'111 come to Los Angeles to compete i K l) tho annual registered trapshootlng i E tournament of the Los Angeles Gun II club, which starts Sunday, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 May 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920. 7 II V I WOODWARD GOES TO LAGOON ' jjj Tle picture shows W. H. Woodward ana partner in dancing pose. A feature that will add great popularity to the dancing' at Lagoon mi .. this season has been announced by Manager A. C. Christensen, who M I states that he has engaged the services of W. H. Woodward who will m haye charge of the dance floor at the Lagoon pavilion during the nj I ontire season. Mr, Woodward ha3 fDled a similar capacity at Salt- 'm air for the past six years and previous to that time he was in charge m of the dancing at the Oaks in Portland and has filled several vaude- m ) ville and musical show contracts. Mr. Woodward has had the man- m ii agement of the Eerthana dance hall at Ogden during the past winter Kj I and he will be assisted in special exhibition dances at Lagoon by Mi : Miss Morrison, his assistant at the Berthana, as vell as Mrs. Wood- l ward, who assists Mr. Woodward in instructing at the Woodward 2 ."...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 May 1920

Jh ! 8 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920. I i J proves popular I II I H The twenty-day introductory offering of S. J. Kaplan's to the U men of Ogden Is drawing careful, discriminating buyers from ' R li j H far and near. Nothing like it has ever been seen before-in Og- W Ml; I den nover before have such high quality men's furnishings HI HI I sold at thcGe prices. I 1 Lj J 85c Is Worth $1.08 Here ! I ! Your dollars are stretched their buy- I H II H Ing power is increased. 85c buys you I B 1 S a $1.00 tie, handkerchief, socks -$50 H Hi ( M buys a $60 suit everything of the I at- I hi -A New Spring Toggery II I 8 Kuppenheimer Clothes I If 1 I Nettleton Shoes Knox Hats II I I Shirts, Hose, Haberdashery I HI i S All the highest grade articles of clothing are Included in 9 HI H this limited time offering. Only six more business days I HI 1 left get yours today. H H Cash your check I uV before June 5th ! II FLIES ON JOB; r ' SWAT 'EM QUICK, WARD ADVISES With the rise of the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 May 1920

mmmmWimmmmmmKmRmtmmmmmmm j , THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920. , 9 , f I Ogden Bicycle Week May 31 -June 5 1 1 I 1 vacation When Hayes Was President Glvc S?r B,s I , I I I 1 W- Give your I '"WriTSTbT I H I i' I ' ' ' 0rrfJ? of the United States more than forty years ago the I scomus0 ! bicyce li I 3 H reaes COLUMBIA, the first American-built bicycle, was introduced. I clubs, it will help Mm Jll I " 1 I ! , I ' ! V 8M A frvri1?1 Its success was instantaneous. During the years that inter- affi" " Qt 1 ; mi I 'S " "1CYCLE vened the COLUMBIA unfalteringly has taken the initiative in I J dependent, it is TFmi I I ' 1 Ir u 0yP Bring him .l0 developing the art of bicycle building to its present recognized I win weV oppw- I I 1 B rs h? our store to in- supremacy. The COLUMBIA has won for itself and retains the J tunity for a sue- J&a 1A j I H ! I 20 COn" ' CViable rePUtati0n "Standard f Wrld cessful business M I I 1 H 8 yk 11 " J ' We Stand Back of Every Bicycle We Sell...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 May 1920

I " r', . : . "Twenty Minutes From Ogden" ' I ) , , I 1 Medicinal H H I "gig SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY 1 J jSfe? FREE DANCING BOTH AFTERNOON AND EVENING-MONDAY ijk I " 1 i; SPECIAL ORCHESTRA MUS!C ADDED ATTRACTIONS -L "I X i 1 - SATURDAY, MAY 29th "PEP" REN fore?s gfeSsn "JAZZ" V' I l 1 fountain MgmL AMALGAMATED SHEET METAL WORKERS . With His Bunch of Melodious Jazzers, Introducing W V M 0PEN . OF OGDEN HAROLD GALE r 1 1 ' i 1 mftlW ' WILL GIVE A BENEFIT DANCE "WW5 And His Marimba-Xylophone, Playing Latest U J 0 ! serv.ce IN LARGE PAVILION Jildp New York Hits, Makes Dancing Delightful 'UHlgef , VX ' 1 5?5 III LTm 1 round 1 f Program For Decoration f sPeCiai f Fxf0 Snprial I Hr 1 1 4 mBsk Leave den tt?i isfii " ji nD Musical . JiJilJL 0 &j?jmi 3i y m I fjHI op- 5S?s Of iays Monday, May 31st P" .big free dance 1Bk1 1 . fMSSMSSi ?12p'm- I:p'm- Swimming ........ All Day AH - Both Afternoon and MSUm Sand 1 k i JNV J ST:::":"::SAK Arrn Evening Beaohes 1 t M iJM' , ,5P-m' ,9:0p,'m-r Water...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 May 1920

R.1 f I THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920. " . Opens ,f!u7 R SalLday Bigger, Better and My , I Prettier Than Ever yJd I "The Coney Island of ., the West" I INVITES YOU I If 'J flOliCE OF OGDEN' ? TALK OF T01 Crowds, continue to pour In and out of the Alhambra theatre to see the Standard-Examiner movie, "A Ro mance of Ogden." Everyone Is com menting on the excellence ot the film, and the talent of the cnst, for the pro i ductlon has all the light and shade : of a professional picture, and If one ;' -were not acquainted with the young people who tiiko part, it isn't at all i improbablo but that many would think that they were sitting through a regu- f lar performance. Of course, the whole jj film is not that way, or it wouldn't send the audience Into convulsions !! like It does. But outside of the funny ) spots and to bo fair, one must admit ' k that, there are many, wo still insist ! that it is a dandy picture. "How could you let James Hcarns kiss you r like that," wa...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 May 1920

I STATE ANDJDAHO NEWS j ' Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem Stato Commehcement Exercises at I Logan College to Begin Sunday Evening ' (Special to Standard-Examiner:) LOGAN, May 28 Comploie pro grams for the Sunday and Monday exercises. May 30 and 31, nt the twenty-seventh annual commencement of "the Utah Agricultural college have f jUst been announced by the prcsl " dent's office. They arc as follows: '. ' ' Sunday. ' Music Collego orchestra. ( Invocation President Joseph R. Shepherd. ; "In Flanders Field" Gwendolyn Smith. N Sextette. Baccalaureate sermon Right. Rev. Arthur W. Moulton. , Bcncdlctus Prof. G. W. Thatcher. WF Quartette. W Benediction Hon. A. 13. Bowen. flv j . Monday. Bf Music College orchestra. , ' Invocation President O. II. Budge. K "The Lost Chord" (Sullivan) Rutn sL .Evans. , , ffit - - "The Call of the Agricultural Col kK -lege' President A. AY. Ivins of the Board of Trustees. Report of the President President fi&i E: G. Peterson. m -"The Horn" (Fleg...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 May 1920

TT? THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920. ' -Yankee Hurler Assaults "Umps" Hildebrand at Boston I !' LEFTY SCHORR INS FROM , ' THEBEES Seattle Wins Second Game of Series With Former Bee j on Slab; Score 2-1. . ( Standing of the Clubs Club. W. L. Pet. San Francisco SO 17 .G3S Salt Lake 28 20 .5S3 Portland 23 20 .535 Vernon 27 21 .520 j Lor Angeles 24 21 .500 ' Oakland 22 2S .M0 ft' Sacramento 22 27 .449 Seattle 15 31 .32!? Hfl Yesterday's Results. Kffl Salt Lake 1, Seattle 2. Oakland S, San Francisco 4. jH Vernon 1, Los Angeles 3. Hj ) Saoramento 8, Portland 5. jH SEATTLE, May 2S. Salt Lake ana Hj Seattle dished out a firsl-clasB contest here yesterday In the second same of the scries, the. locale winning by n score of 2 to 1, Schorr, former Bee H slabster, held the present Bees to six hits and was in rare form. Lcverenz started on the mound for the Bees but was relieved by Thurston. The score: j R. H. E. j Salt Lake 1 6 1 H Seattle 2 8 1 IE Batteries: Levcrenz, Thurston...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 May 1920

4g 14 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920. ' . I 1 MINE ISSUES GO I : TO LOWER LEVEL Downward Tendency Noted in i' Trading on Salt Lake I 1 Exchange The trading this morning in mining stocks on tho Salt Lake Stock fc Min- ing Exchange was fairly active with: the general trend of the market down ward. There were no particular fca-j tures. Silver Shiold was about the most active stock. This issue closed j Yesterday with 3Sc bid. this morning, it opened at 37c and sold off to 3-ic but strengthened a trifle before tho close, closing with 35 c bid and 3Gc asked. Sells was weaker, selling as low as 11c. Alia. Con. brought 14 c, Big. Hill sold up to Sc, Eureka Lily showed a lit tle strength, changing hands at ll1 and 12c; Columbus Rexall was very ac tive from 54 to 5Sc, Lehi Tin tic chang ed hands at nnd 12c- N'ew Quincy brought G. and 7c. Emma Silver was active at .Oc, Prince Con. sold from 10 to 41Vc, Tintic Standard brought ?3. 60, closing with this price bid for it and Un...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 May 1920

j THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1920. is S p for sale I tt Real Estate j ik E. W. CANNADY . Heal Estate Insurance F-2 Practically new five room strictly mou (. orn brick bungalow, .situates! on south front lot. close In. House has furnace ' heat, flreplacc'iordwood floors, and nu merous Itullt-In features. A genuine bar gain at $5000. ' 1 Six room brick house -with Ideal south 43 front location on bench, two sleeping y porches and one-half cement basement: if? lnrp lot. This 13 an exceptional good buy 111 at 55500. Reasonable terms. . IE " Practically now four room cottage In .flf good location and In first class condition; f has basement, garage, and chicken run. ' , Price S2G00: terms. j ' Would you like to raise chickens and perhaps keep a cow and havo a garden h and fruit? If so. look this over: Six I St room brick cottage with full basement. 10 parage arid stable and chicken house; B situated on nearly half an acre of choice 1 land with perfect water righ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 28 May 1920

1 FRIDAY. MAY 28. 1920. Sg gtattftfflft-gXmtttttgr OGDEN. UTAH l II T TT A Tpday and 1 h J JL Im. JlE. Tomorrow $ I The Most Sensational Melo- I s drama of a Decade 1 I I BERTLYTELL I 1 Alias Jimmy Valentine I '!' S This picture is the tremendous drama of a convict who ?j I j reforms through the love of a good woman. For' sheer dra- $ I'll w matic power the picture is unsurpassed. It is the perfect 1 ' W vfilmization of Paul Armstrong's famous stage play. $ I I Some of Mr. Lytell's best work before the camera is con- I iJ $ tained in this picture, and we feel that we cannot recom- jg II g mend this picture too highly. You will regret letting him M W make a getaway without seeing him. J I And the Mack Sennett Comedy I I' Is a Riot i Procure Quarters in Col. Hud son Building; Committees and Officers Named Club rooms have been opened In tho Col. Hudson building, rcom3 201 and 202, by tho Republican club of We ber county. Executive officers and I chairmen of the various committees V wer...

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. — 29 May 1920

UTAH Unsettled and cooler fi H. 1 B 9 tfl H W I I I 9 g 5 9 ifvB W H U H H R S fiM 1 'I ll I Hi flH QuIte often tho moat Interesting Jfj tonight and Sunday. j M V JU ?hrwSedSyro? b" !" Fiftieth Year-No. 135. Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH SATURDAY EVENING MAY 29-1990 " T a e-r rn,T,, , . , . , , w. Lrtoi jii i iwin r. ivi, I y Funds Of Johnson And Hoover Scanned I I Johnson Treasurer Says Hoov er Men Spent More Than - w SENATOR ENCOUNTERS DEFICIT, HE DECLARES I Names of Supporters of Cash ?! Candidate Furnished by Senate Witness WASHINGTON, May 20. Approx imately $200,000 has been raised for ; the national campaign of Senator Johnson, oC California, for the Repub lican presidential nomination, Alex ander McCabe, treasurer of tho John son California organization, testified i today before the senate committee ,'; investigating pro-convention campaign ;. financing. i I Replying to questions of Senator Spencer, Republican, Missouri, Mr. McCabe said tills total did not Jn- ' elude loc...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 29 May 1920

! H I J , 2 .JOllL SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1 920. fl I NEW YORK, May 28. The relations of capital and labor; the right to strike and- its legitimacy as regards the1 ef fect on the public; the Kansas Indus ! trial court law and its significance to 1 the- future of tho working man, were discussed from all angles in a reniark j able debate tonight in Carnegie hall j between Samuel Gomper3, president of j the American Federation of Labor, and Governor Henry J. Allen of Kansas. Gov. Allen's main contention was that the government has the right to protect the public against strikes when its welfare is imperilled, while Mr. Gornpers held to the argument that no law can prevent a man from stopping work if "by so doing so he may bene i' fit himself and his family. Mr. Gorap-. I ers labelled the Kansas industrial court law the "un-American slave law," and Governor Allen declared he had taken away from Mr. Gompers his di vine right to order a man to quit work. The oratory of the ' debaters was punct...

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