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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 June 1920

v 1 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1920. 13 1 il FOR SALE j I F THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO. 41B Twenty-fourth St Phono 2S0-2S1 WmMF ?2700 Four room modern, five yenro old, locnt;d on the bench, lot 4Cxl32 fect, ! mmmW south front, chicken coops; tennc. HkHI ?C700 Six room modern, good basement, BM curate, close In on Adams avenue, HFH property in coo-i condition. Terms. wH f 425ft Five acres on cemmt rond. eleven Wmm miles north of the city, hnn r flvo IH ' room modern brick bungalow with Mmm full hnsemcnL and fiirnaco heat, H chicken coopa. well down 65 fcot to j 'water, electric motor and pump, good j mM crop of wheat In and small orchard, WmM Tonne. . THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO. j 416 Twenty-fourth St. Phone 2S0-2S1 MRS. NETTIE ECCLES G. E. M. REAl.tfY CO . mmm 2375 Htidran Avenue Phone 103 1 Flvo room modem house, ?30t0; cnan and terms. . , ,, 1 One-half acre cf land with five room house. 3700. . Hf Seven room briqk house; good lot, 53-00. IHI $500 down. ...... Three ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 June 1920

l I TUESDAY, JUNE 1 , 1 920. tnXij-tHimt . pcPO,,, l 1 1 I'M ' I School Board Moves Out; Utah mdi Canners Removed and Ar- pl I .r senal Office Established luf 'I .A general moving day is being ob- mM I served In the Col. Hudson building H II ! j today, which effects the' city hoard of Hjiii ' education, the Utah Canners associa- H i tion and Captain W. R. Katz in charge Hi' olvthe construction -work at the Ogden l I arsenal at Sunset. H fl rtecently the city board of education H JM purchased the William Douglas resi- fll dence on Twenty-fifth street, just east l of tho new Central junior high school H 1 1 now under course of construction. This H m Residence has been renovated and re- modeled for use as a modern office J , building. The first noor will be used HN I i as an office building and the basement Brl J ' as a storage for supplies. H 3 J A number of school janitors have H 3 been engaged today removing all fur- H niture and hooks from the office oc- 1 cupied by the school boar...

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. — 2 June 1920

S Fiftieth Year-No. 138. Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1920. ' : LAST EDITION 4 P. M. ' Hl . j -. - . . . . H U ' B , ELOPING SEEMS TO BE GOULD HABIT m NEW YORK The lore of romance seems so deeply impjanted in the' ml Jould family that they elope whether there is need -for elopement or not. J fli George Jay Gould, the father and two sons, Kingdon and George Jay, Jr., I M eloped and now the daughter, Miss Edith C. Gould, IS, has eloped with C. L. j Ifl Walnwrlght, 21, rich srt student. When other members of the family! n learned of the elopement they said "they always did like young Wainwrlght " j I Provide for Sale of Ships to Foreign Interests If Good Offers Here Lacking WASHINGTON. June 2. Sale of American ships to foreign interests, if, , , . after diligent effort the shipping board i. -i has been unable to dispose of them' ' IV' to Americans, is provided for "in the merchant marine bill as finally agrceM upon by senate and house cou-J 1 ferecs afte...

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. — 2 June 1920

i,- WASHINGTON, June 1 Copy of a. '.i 1 cablegram .sent from Paris July t, in 10, Ijy Herbert Hoover to Julius 11,: ) j Harnqs, president of the L'nlted suues. . 1 jrraln corporation, for trarumlttal to1 ' President Wijxon, ileelurlng tlmt "ae-j I lrmlnutlon of stiKiir pollcicK riiures 1 , linmediulu 'eonslilerntion," was iiwkio ! public In the house todnr by Uepre- i :ciiiailve Tlnkhum, Hepubllcun, .Mas- i SRchuselts. ', ' .Mr. Tinkliam charged Umi rcsponsi-1 bllity for the hih price of augur vn.s, placed squarely on the shoulddei'.s or! I'residejll Wilson." The Massachu setts' representatlvif declared that the president could relieve the filiation even .now by following Mr. Hoover's j I -idvlce and rationing nou-esseutial onsumerH. Hoover Iic(iicstH Prompt .c(loit. ! .Mr. 'Hoover, In hla me.sase, .said !i ;hat it was necessary to take import- I ant decisions as to sugar control in j this country fn ordor to anticipate mej r ' marketing of a new beet harvest ami j i to settle the p...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 June 1920

II Halt Bolshevik Attack and I Then Drive Reds Back I WAHSAW, June 1. Polish troopB have turned to ihe offensive between I Borisow and Dobrulsk on the center I -of the front. whlcri is under attack I by the Russian Bolshevik, and on Mai' 27 occupied the line of the Bcreslna V river, according to an official state ment issued at army headquarters here today. 1 "The great Bolshevik offensive, which was begun May 14 with strong forces between the Dvina and Prlpetl 1 rivers, has been completely stopped." i says an official communication issued i m- 1 -l today. 4r "The principal attacks of the soviet ju army were directed on one side along 9 the Polotsk, Mebokle. Molodechnoi If railroad, and on the other eastward. S by the Bcreslna In tho direction of, M Minsk. The objective of the attack,! I according to intercepted orders, was; ', the ocoupation of tho Molodcchno- Minsk railroad for the 25th of May. "In the Ukraine t:ie attacks of the !BudIenny army In the direction of the I Krystynowk...

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. — 2 June 1920

mm THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1 920. I 1 I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER! :' PUBLISHING COMPANY . I )jW Entered ns Second-Class Matter at the Postofflcc, 6gdcn, Utah. Established 1870 '1 ' Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press Vjl J An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun- i day. morning without a muzzle or a club. j Subscription in Advance Ir.W'j ONE MONTH 5.75 ,3?2p2. ifil ! ONE YEAR 59.00.... Oi3 ivij I MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS l-fcjtj l The Associated Prcac Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of arjy lm 1 news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news ' published herein. ! CURE OF TUBERCULOSIS, t j No disease is more lo be dreaded than plumonary tuberculosis- Lj Ihat lingering, devitalizing affliction which has claimed its victims I'l by countless millions. No misery inflicted by the late war has been l ' more widespread than that of tuberculosis. Sweeping through jj...

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. — 2 June 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1920. 5 HfH jg?M"1W,y"JliW "" "I'IIMIBI1IIUI IIIHIUIIIIIIIIIIHIMJljmillllllJIIJUIJMa.oP I .ii.,H.ii il I"' . ' llinil ""-I M MWMMIMiMMBWBMMWMWBJWMBWlMMW3E3MWMBMfcMMMMMlBM.1MWMBWMMWMMMfcw MIIBIIMIIIII IIIM ijfql ll,"'' IB t- ROW aniMARfflEDUnl j Btj. the noted author f I - Iggfe Mgcaone Gibson j II'H Two Letters I JH There was ;i light tup on ,thc door I IH and Hannah brought in two letters. I One was the Ions-delayed letter. I Charles had spoken of In his telegram 1 before John vent away, the other was I from John himself. f opened Charier' first In il nc I told me he war. sure there was some- I thing wrong going on in the oil fields. I "1 can not understand, dear Kather- I ine," I read, "why it is that greed will make men forget both honesty and I honor. I am investigating this matter I very carefully as you know one must B So slow if one wishes to accuse a man oi' a corporation of fraud. However. ' I think I have one or two very go...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 June 1920

BPS m g THE OCDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAy. JUNE 2, 1 925. p , , ' J !i ff ORPHEUM THEATRE TONIGHT ''JA2;50 Seat Stic now On I ,r I SEASONS wlfMwl Fi WSPABKLINGX I , : I LAUGH I NG M?!B9lsSP0mANE0US) i .; SENSATIONyP FUN ! j hmHr., AX83LU3CE- EDDINOEft. (mSt-'iiexmixcc r, 5 Vaudeville and Pictures I . . af Orpkeum This Week II jj One of the big scenes in "The Warrior," the big seven reel thriller that !i I ,- opens a throe-day engagement at the Orpheum tomorrow with the Altri n v." Art Vaudeville. Singing, dancing, music, orchestra of 25 artists, two per- 1 formanccs each night. I GREEK TROOPS SEIZE t TURK RAILROAD LINE jj CONSTANTINOPLE. May 29. r ' Three divisions of Greek troops are I ', occupying the Dcdcagatch-Adrianople I 1 line, and another division Is expected 'I, to land at Rodosto shortly. Dlspatch- ' es from Adrlanoplc report that there (is much uneasiness there where Turks J " 'and Bulgarians apparently are pre- raring to ' resist the entry of the Greeks. . . The Tur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 2 1920. 7 1 '1 Hf LAST CHANCE TODAY Br SEE V In a Story of the Great West "Desert Love - HFiP Together With rg HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY I Theatre H. Starting Sunday VIVIAN MARTIN in "HUSBANDS AND WIVES" I Samuel H. Cramer Built First House South of Weber River B Samuel IT. Cramer, 00 yearn of age, H who erected the flrat house- In Ogden Hk on tho south side of the Weber river, died yesterday In Salt Lake, whore HBL he has recently lived. He hud been L In poor health for some time, but fr was not considered seriously 111 until Er a. few days before his death. Hl Mr. Cramer lived In Ogden previous B to 1S9S when he moved to Salt Lake. pV e carried the distinction of having: H built the first house ever erected H hero which was the property of Presl- H Lorln Farr, of the L. D. S. church. H9 Mr. Cramer was born In Tuscarora county. Ohio, September G, 1S30. His . parents a few years later moved to H Streator, 111., which was Mr. Cramer's WM home un...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 June 1920

fid n-i OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, I92U. H D m r-o- ii,Lr-.r n.'ioo end Aovcrtising lil prr.n. nt, . Call ho ;c N- 55. !). V RANDOM . . j REFERENCES .Special. Geraniums and lilies half .iii e. Dumke incir&l, STO 24th St. l. v guarante? to make your rug-s like now. Odun Carpet Clecniii!,' Works, phone 41G. U20r hone 502 for messenger. - Prorn Wyoming J. ' C. Wilson, of lio .'lnuon, Wyo., a former resident of Osdon, is hore" vlsiLjnsr friend's and transacting: business. Upon his return home he will be accompanied by hln daughter, Miss Maude Wilson, who has been studying music in Ogdon. , , Magnus Dollclous Root Beor. "It's ( ! fine in the Stein" at Greincr's. 2065 1 Married Folks Dnnce. A dance for ) married folk of the city will be hold i in the Twelfth ward amusement hall f tomorrow evening. Qgden Typewriter House for type ' writers and repairs. ,14L'2 Hudson Ave. i i Phone 236. From Stanford. II. Lloyd Millar, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Millar of 171 Patterson a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 June 1920

IGOUNTrSCHOOL Stipt. B A. Fovvisr Announces Beginning of Summer Ac tivities in Weber County Out. of school activities of Weber con nty . school students began yester day In each of the twenty-one Ui-j trlctn of Weber county. '" . Superintendent 13. A. Fowler an nounced the assignments fori; Ihl? work as follows: ,, G. I. Crow for Eden and Liberty. David G. Winn, HuntsvJIlc George E. Fowler, Hooper and Knnesvlllc. , Robert W. Major, Rlverda'le and noy. John C. Xeal, Plain Cily and War ren. Charles Jones, Taylor and West Weber. H. A. Macfarlane, Iorth Ogden and Pleasant Vicy. , John Stark. Wilson. Victor Bclnap Slatcrville and Marrlblf." Douglay Brian Karr West and Harrlsvllle. Marlow J. Chrlstensen Uintah and Burch Creok. l.!oys and girls between the ages of twelve and eighteen have rcgistnrcd for their summer work) as provided b the new Utah law and arc aid to be entering enthusiastically upon ' jljuj program of work designed by Super intendent Fowler and approved by the. m board of...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 June 1920

MM - 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1920. I I STATE AND JDABO NEWS Hjl Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State !! 11TE SCHEDULE TOLD BYEXPERT R. H. Ashworth on Stand in Hearing Before Utilities Commission SALT LAKE, Juno 2. Cross-examination of R. H. Aslnvorth, rate expert f for tho Utah Power and Light coni l'i panv, occupied most of yesterdays U't session of the hearing of the applica nt Hon of tho power company to Increase ft'i its rates, before the public tillties com ae! mission. The examination was tech H nical in its nature, and had to do with the evidence presented by Mr. Ash I worth to the effect that the schedule I proposed by tho Utaji Power and Light I company would have upon the reven I ucs of the company, f Tho company has presented font i schedules to replace about a dozen or j more now in effect, and Mr. Ashworth ; testified yesterday that under the new f it fchedules the business of 1919 would i : have brought to the power company . - $2...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 June 1920

If Everett Bradley Bids tor Place on AmericanTeani I I Kansas University Athletic Star Has Performed In Style Youthful Star Will Be One of Midwestern Stars Backed to Cop Place on Yank Team That Will Make Trip to Antwerp; Will Enter All-arounds KH ttY JACK VE10CK. Vi jH International News Sporting Editor. NEW ' YORK. Everett Bradley, ib- youthful athletic star of the Univer- ' sity of Kansas, who recently won tho American pcntatlilon championship In' i the Pennsylvania relays in Phlla- I delphla, will compete for tho honor I of representing this country in the 1 Olympic. games at Antwerp. I ft The sturdy lad is already pointing i Wk H himself for the official tryuuts which j H H are to be held at Cambridge. Mass.,: Hi under A. A. C. .and Harvard auspices, j JHiH In July, and although ho gained fame; 'M'illfl 1y nn5n ino pentathlon he Willi f&H probably compete for the decathlon, ftMB as his advice says he is much bet-1 IJHQH tcr fitted for that event. -i WM In winning the pentath...

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. — 2 June 1920

in VHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1920. - I j Se list l New Quincy and Tintio Stand 1 ard Are Most Active in II Day's Trading jSjjl Tho general trend of tho trading flE this morning on tho Salt Lake Stock W fc Mining Exchango waa downward i "5Vln tno markct not ault0 as actIvo llH as It has been for the past few days. lwyl Xew Quincy featured tho 'lower-priced L) stocks while Tlnlic Standard was tho NH most active of the higher-priced s-J Wilt sues, tho former being very heavily 71 I traded In as low as Cc, It closing with' i i I this prlco bid for It, whilo the latter I 'ill continued-downward, changing hands j I n.t $3.35, and closing with only $3.30 fl ft bid and $3.35 uaked. H R; Alia Con changed hands at lvic, Rll! Big Hill sold off to GJ, Eureka Lily fmm -was weak around 13c, Columbus Rex-; fl 9 " all brought 55c. Dragon Con, was nc- Vf t tlVG at lCc, Lehi Tintic sold as low as ! W 10J,c, Nnlldriver brought C5c, Emma j 9 f " Silver changed hands at 7c, Eureka ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 June 1920

FOR SALE HL Real E$tate nQ ,BY 0WJCJ3R Five room modern houne. large lot. Inquire S3S Twentv-fourth J jMSV SMITH- KI jT N"DKRS CO, 1 (Sec Mr. Saunders. CHy Dept ) Four room frame 34 hiookn from buM mmm ncsa center of city, Jorge lot, chicken B noons, gp.rdon ami fnijt troc3. Only 51750. IHl Five room cmeot blok. Modern, lot lH 40x1 41U fect. $3250 If token nt once. IH Five rqom frnmo rloe In on bench, ex- j ccllcnt location. $2700? on.iy terms. 1 Let us know what you want. Wc 1 jH linvo It 2C03 i THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO. JH 1 Twenty. fourth St Phone 2S0-2S1 , J2700 Four room modern, five ycera old. I located on inn her.nli, lot 46x132 fcot, south front, chlcknn coops; termn. f3Q0 Six room mocWn good basement, fwrngo. elo3e In on Adams avenue, property In good condition. Terms. 5 1250 Five, acroa on cement road, cloven mllea north of the city, has a five room modern brick bungalow with full basemen', and furnace heal, chlckn coops, well down S5 fect to wator, elertrlr motor and pump...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 June 1920

Gorgeous Costumes, Aviation Foats, ! StigTChmg BESSIE BARRISCALE I I in "THE LUCK OF GER ALPINE LAIRD' 7 g I Waters of Both Streams Gradually Declining and Becoming Clearer j "River gone." This was tho no tation placed on tho river measure ment book at the city hall this morn ing by C. II. Martin, supervisor of cit tttreets. which closed tho season's high water period. Both the pgden and "Weber rivers are now running at such! low points that no measurements need' to be taken, Mr, Martin said. The waters of the Ogdeh river Cell nearly. two feet yosterday and the, flow has diminished co that rocks In j the river bottom in tho canyon arei beginning to appenr. The water has lost its dark, muddy hue and is rap idly becoming clear. The Weber river has not fallen at such rapid rate, but Is slowly becom-f ing normal, Mr. Martin said. 11 'Mother' Montgomery j to Renew Relief W ork Hll 19 Mrs. Emma "Moth?!"' Montgom-! &ry, wno n(ul cnur5e f tno Helping' Hlil Hand Bureau of Information a,t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 3 June 1920

Fiftieht year-No. 139. Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY, UTAHHIJRSDAV "EVENING, JUNeT 1920. ; LAST EDITION 4p71vL ' iH - . . - .IH I li I ILL FACTIONS' I CONFIDENT OF I y.pjcw H Senators Johnson and Harding Arrive in Chicago to Get Ring Side Seats PLATFORM BUILDERS GET MUCH ADVICE I 'Campaign Managers Ooze A- I Reasons Why Their Men ' " ! Wiii Get Nomination x ! ' , CHICAGO, June 3. Two Republl- Ican prcsldontI.il candidates Senator Johnson, of California, and Senator Harding of Ohio arrive in Chicago today and their comln? marks the beginning oC the active days of the pro-convention period. ffpr Five days remain before the Re- ' publican party assembles in the co- i llsoum to pick its candidate and those J five days are expected to contain fl crowded hours of conferences, last minute alignment of forces and final I decisions among the cxmpaign man- I agers. Everyone of -the candidates except Herbert Hoover Is expected hero at some time. Delegates Arrlvlnc The advance guards of the dele ...

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. — 3 June 1920

r --- m & THE OGDEN -3 1 ANDAKD-blXAMlNER, THURSDAY JUNE 3, 19Z5. i Berlin Quiet as Campaign for Votes Reaches High Pitch BERLIN, June 3. (By The Asso ciated Press). One of tho Democratic Haders discussing the prospective out come of the first rclchflt.oi; election on June G, said today: "The stay-fit-homcs and the threat ened falling off In the women's vote hi'c hc chief menace to the present coalition party." Ho added that the majority social ists and Democrats were more hopeful for their chance than a fortnight ago. ( (Greater Berlin la not much, excited i over the campaign. j The coalition party leaders freely ad mit that the national liberals, the con-' negatives and independents will, emerge from the contest with increas-, nl mandates. The Independent ox-' lpct to make Inroads into Phlllpp' Sc heldcmann'a party, while the na-, llonal liberal faction under Dr. Gus-j tav Streseniann, hopes to win over thci dissatisfied democrats. The clericals! are confident of holding tholr...

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. — 3 June 1920

' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1920. 3 I . Reduction I Tires and Tubes 25 Per Cent 1 I EHscount I I . . 6000 MILES 1 ' I First Grade Stock i 1 'it'- anc ' ? Guaranteed at f I X . . : .. '8000 MILES I 1 We make all adjustments here, 1 Get your tires now and save l 1 on automobiling. By selecting i I your tires now, you will be j I abletb get ail sizes. j 1 ::j:iWY'fn. HtMHUMih -13' gff )lIIIMBggM-ir.ir. -n - PLAN GREAT HOTEL ON CHICAGO LAKE FRONT CHICAGO. June 3. Real estate sale forecasting erection of a $7,00,0PO hotel, 21 stories high, along the lake front at Chicago avenue, was announo I oa todav. Among the appointments 01 the new hotel to bo called the Illinois, according to plans announct-J, will be a coral pool on the roof under Sloan for winter swimming, with realistic sandy beach along three sides. 1VJ I Tho name Confucius Is the Romanis ed form of the Chincesc K'ung Tsze. If i Now Showing mkzi ' FROM 1 :45 T0 11 ? M Sunday S From Corra Harris' Famous Novel...

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. — 3 June 1920

II THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING- COMPANY Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Poatofflcc, Oflden, Utah. Established 1870 H Member of thg Audit Bureau of Circulation and tho Asaociated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun. H "day morning without a muz ale or a club. I ' Subscription in Advance ?r (Yjj MEMBEH THE ASSOCIATED PRESS S The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any H riewi credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published heroin. IH " THE JAPANESE PROBLEM. An Australian officer, a major who fought at Gallipoli, but who how is traveling through the United States to gain information on Irrigation, in conversation with a representative of this pupcr, said: J "I have been in California. Do you realize you have a Japanese 1 problem of large proportions which, if neglected, eventually will bring America face to face with the Asiatic peril? Australia,, you i : fenow, is a part o...

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