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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 June 1920

I Ino one should miss k The opportunity right now to see perhaps the greatest" photo H drama ever produced "Shore Acres" I James A Heme's immortal stage drama of New England Folk. H A tren.udous drama of clashing wills. And the comedy' Sg You must see it. M Shcre Acres" is a story of from lighting the beacon that m plain New England folk on the w Qu,de yessel safely out H . ... j m through the rocks of the harbor. rock-nbbed coast of Ma.ne. Mar- De8peurateIy lhe 0 men battIe H tin Berry, a stern old lighthouse 'together in the lighthouse one S keeper forbids his spirited .to Gave the vessel, the other to H daughter Helen to speak to the destroy her. A sou'easter Is rag 9J man she loves. It Is Martin's ing, and during their struggle H fondest hope that Helen will the "Liddy Ann" goes on the Ej marry Joslah Blake, the village rocks, and the passengers are H banker. Helen refuses to obey left to the mercy of the storm. Hj her father, and elopes with her The scene fairly makes the H swe...

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. — 8 June 1920

t 8 THE OGDEN STAND ARD-bXAMlNEK. TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1920. . ' , ' By Agreeing to Box Bat Le vinsky Georges Carpentier Insures His Popularity.' BY JACK VEIOCK, international Sporting News Editor. NEW YORK, June 7. Georges Car pentier made a wise move whoa he agreed to take on Battling .Levinsky. Tho American boxing public, nlwajs , willing to give a really great boxer his dues and always ready to hail a foreign s.tar of ringdom with acclaim, met the announcement that Georges 13 going to show his wares on this aide of tho pond with genuine enthusiasm., The uncertainty of a Dempacy-Car-pcntler match, thanks to Dempsey's unfortunate ontanglomcnt with . tlie federal officials In San Francisco, and tho growing impression In some quar ters that Carpentier came here only to get the easy money that awaited him In tho circus and the movies, was beginning to detract from his popular ity. But Georges has sidetracked all ru, mors regarding the true purpose ofj his visit to the United State's by a...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 June 1920

H j THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1920. H I ; STATE AND JDAHO NEWS ; ( Latest Items of Interest From Utaii and Gem Stato I! REPORT FILED : BY TKURER ' State Receipts For Fiscal Year J j Amounted to Large ( SALT LAKE, Juno S. State Trcas- 1, i urcr Daniel O. Lai-son's semi-annual i report shows that the receipts for the fiscal biennlum of the state, begin I a'lng December 1, 1919, and ending ' May 31, 1920, totaled $S,031,SG5.o2. Of this amount ?4, 867, 563.4? is classed as true reenilc receipts, while $3, 1 164,512.07 as "non revenue" receipts. The latter class included ?S07,000 re ceived to stato land srant principal ', funds, $1,230,000 from the sale of state i-pad bonds: $S50,000 from the sale of short-term notes signed by the ! state, and about $140,000 in returned ' investments of various redemption I funds. Of the true revenue receipts for the 1 half year, $2,6S2,84u.8 was in state7 ' and school taxes, while another $606,- 359.08 was in taxes levied by tho coun...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 June 1920

B ! - THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1920. ; ' I Iii .frince Con. and Eueka Lily ! Heavily Dealt in on S. L. Exchange ,i , Trading this morning on the Salt Iake Stock & Alining Exchange was I i fairly actlvo although It was not very scattered; only the active stocks tak ing part. Prince Con, and Eureka Lily were the most active, 15,000 shares of the former changing hands as low f as 0c, while the latter was very ac tive' from SG to 37c. Tlntlc standard Weakened considerably on the open ing, changing hands as low as $3.12 but strengthened a trifle before the close, closing with $3.15 bid and $3.20 naked. 1 ' Alia Con, sold at 2 and 214c Bu-reka-Lily sold as low as 9,fec, Colum bus Rexall brought 48 and NcW ; Quincy changed hands as low as Gc, i Eureka Bullion brought 10 and lie, Sells-sold at 9 and' 10c, Silver King I , Con. went at $1.47, Tar J3aby was ; I ' active at 3 and 4c, andZuina chang-. cd hands at 12c. , (Quotations Ftunishcu Over Private Wire of J. A. ll...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 June 1920

THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUF.SDAY, JUNE 8, 1920. - 'M I FOR SALE " j B1 OWNKlt Five Acrea Of Innd, fruit y trees, berries nnd lccta: modern cement block house, outbuilding, team and wnnr ona. Cnll phone 10I7H. 2422 FOUR room house, one ncre pround. Geo. S Stewart. Glcnwood Acres. Phones, day, 1G12. night. 1773. 2430 LOT on ThlrtJ'-flrst between Lincoln and Wall avenue. Inquire 31CG Grant avenue. FOUR room modern hOuso: will tftko pood car as part of flrt payment. 116Z Twnn-ty-third. 2410 R. 0. AG15I3 Real Estate tiifliiraiice Five ucroa flno land, soven room brlcK holt, J6500; terms. Twenty acres alfalfa. Z$ miles from Ogden ! tv6 room house, barn, etc. ?30o0; Four room frame. R. R. district, s$lS00: J'Mvc room frame, R. R. district: $2000; tC3lx' room dwelling, pood slmpc. larse poultry houses. 10 lots, horse, harness, etc., all for $4250. If vou want to buy, soil or trade real estate of any kind. knoW' Phono CO or 72," Basement Drooni Hotel. 212n MUST BE SOLD 7 Twentv acres of...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 June 1920

1 1 - Tuesday, iune 6, 1 92c. - . I?r tattoarn-lMtttittgr OGDEN OTAH , I I SPECIALS I For the Week H i MEN'S 1 UNDERWEAR H NAINSOOK Athletic Union Suits, 36 to 46 per suit 79c ' : ' H NAINSOOK Athletic Union Suits, 36 to 46, per suit 89c H I NAINSOOK jj .Athletic Union Suits, 36 to 1 1 to 46, per suit $1.00 ji-f NAINSOOK r 'I Athletic Union Suits, 36 to j to 46, per suit $1.50 RIB KNITTED ; "Augusta" Union Suits, white or ecru, 36 to 46, per suit $1.50 I BOYS' ' UNDERWEAR RIB KNITTED Bleach Union Suits, sizes 24 to 34, per suit. . , .49c j . NAINSOOK Hj ', t Athletic Union Suits, sizes 24 to 34, per suit.... 65c "POROS" : Union Suits, sizes 24 to 34, ' per suit 79c M OGDEN-UTAM Ml KNITTING STORI H ''i 2357 Washington Avenue Telephone 1881 . B i Ii New Flooring to Be Installed on Ogclen River Cross Over i Construction crews this morning began tearing the flooring from the "Washington avenue bridge, where' in stallation of new planning is to; be . made. The new flooring will consist I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 June 1920

fl Fiftieth Year-No. 145 Price Fivo cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 9, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 pTm. R 1 1 " coiramoN stori center ' . "Willi Senator Hiram Johnson of California and his friends fight ing for the -Republican presidential nomination and an equally ck'- fr lermJnccl group batting against him, a warm fight wages in Chicago. w The westerner's chances, h'owevcr, seem to grow better as the hours i ? ! ! I Oppose U. S .Industrial Courts Unrestricted Immigration, I Use of Injunction CHICAGO. Juno 0. Vigorous op , position to federal legislation similar i to the Kansas industrial court meas ure, io unrestricted immigration and to the uso of injunction proceedings j In strikes was contained in a set of I -y "demands" which Samuel Gomoprs :L-tv and Matthews A. Woll, of the Ameri irif can Federation of Labor submitted to x& day to the resolutions committee of x 1i the Republican national convention. ) 1 "It is essential," said the statement," i; w that additional ...

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

' i 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9. 192C. H . ' 1 I Indiana Member of Resolutions ?. Committee of National Con i 2 vention Made Chairman. Si 5 g OI1ICAGO. June 8. A resolutions I 3mb-committec of eleven, headed by J Senator Watson of Indiana, was ap- f ; 'pointed tonight to frame the Jlcpub- "liean platform. The other members , J tare: William Allen White, Kansas; tVVJlllam 'JJcyburn, Kentucky; Senator 'Reed Smoot, Utah; D. Lawrence Gro I ucr, Virginia; Louis A. LooUdgc, Mas-, Jauchusctts; Ogden L. .Mills, New iTork, i , Senator William E. Borah, Idaho; 1 ; 1 Wallace 31. Camunt, Oroson; Govcnior 1 K. L. Bccckmnn, Rhode Island, and I fllarris Gilpin. .Michigan. 5T 2 CHICAGO. June S. The ttepub ' Qkan convention's x-esolutions commit-, ( ' -teo, formally organized late today, Overwhelmingly elected Sonator Wat- , on of Indiant its chairman, ana T 5',u"ed mto lne Krlnd oi hearings I Jlnd conferences out o which will I Jiomc the party's platform. . J I Immediately a de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 June 1920

x THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1920.- " , -3-- What'sirhe H "Mileage" H . There is such a thing us H clothes "mileage." Or, lo put Hj if another way, it's just the H number of days' wenr you H get out of n Hj In the end you come to H reckon the cost of your H clothes by the "mile- H age" they give. A sim- H pie problem in arithme- H tic proves that the suit H that lasts over twice as H long as another, even if H it costs more in the be- Hj ginning, is the least ex- H pensive. HH Dundee suiLs, honestly made of alMvool fabrics, are "big M mileage" suits. The prices B are always as low 'as they B can go and slijl maintain the i quality, i Come in and be measured for j a new light weight, economy f suit. Wear it more than one season. Priced 'at $30 and ' upwards. i OWEN BENNETT, Prop. On Hudson Avenue by the ; , Alhambra Theater ' 1 METEOR DAZZLES EYES OF SOUTHWEST PEOPLE KANSAS CITY. June 9. A meteor of intense brilliancy swept across the southwest lighting up the sl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 June 1920

W I I f $ JHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1920. I, I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY ! Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. Established 1870 I 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 5 'iTiD ONE YEAR .00..'.-3BSgy MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to tho uso for republication of any !. news credited to It not otherwise credited In this papor and also the local news I published herein. I WHEN PtRIDE IS TOUCHED. : Down in old Virginia there is left some of the fire of the days when the Southern gentleman would not brook an insult, i Yesterday, in the court house at Manassas, Virginia, some one insinuated that some oue else was a- liar and immediately there was i i a challenge and a reply, and distinguished members of the bar start- I J ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 192(3 5 tl LOVE and MARRIED IIFEll ( iwj. the noted, aiithor Idah MSGtone Gibspn j H A Gift From Ruth. H "Havo you bcqfli happier with your H clilldren than you were before?" I H askod Ruth. H "I should havo died when Bobblo H had left me If I hadn't had the chll- H dren," she said. H "Then I am glad H "Katherlnc, you don't mean " Hj For answer I held up the little baby H cap I wao maklncr. H "Oh, I am so glad, so glad for you," B eald Ruth as she came over and kissed H me. "You will say that you never H knew what happiness was until you H hold your own baby In your arms. Notwithstanding I havo been very un- H happy and very lonely since Bobby H- loft me. "ot lf 1 nad to choose today HttA betwen him and one of the children Hft would still choose the child. I pro HP sume," she continued, "that's why he B loft me for Helen, but I can not help H it. Why, when I thhk of little Bob j H showering caresses upon her, I nearly Hj go mad, Althou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 June 1920

H ; I 6 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1920. I If . : !-jrpbeillQ 'theatre ! ; T IlflT H E PR OX- N : Jmmity of 1 'groups op1 '. , beautiful i i women intoxi- r, ;, k GATES YOU 1 j: ; ie'the flash ; : liOF A SILK ) STOCKING fl 1 SKY W A R D WSb i q:u ickens JSgk YOUR PULSE W? EfflYOU Ij 1 K 13 18) I: M E L O D IES j j THAT FIND iW3 j AN ECHO IN jft YOUR SHOUL- W DERS AND TOES Rj I ,;! ? IE" YOU LIKE TO J I S EE THE I STAGE j ABLAZE W I T H VIVID HUES : A N D R A I N BOWED FAB j . RICS I ll?YOU ENJOY THE STAC- I IVCATO CHATTER OF A I CRISP CORPS OF COMICS ' I1PYOU RELISH A FIZZY If BLEND OF MUSIC, MIRTH ' AND MADEMOISELLE , ITHE PARADE OF FASHION I I IN ALL ITS FRILLS AND 1 FURBELOWS ATTRACTS il YOU ITOYOU LIKE TO SEE BUB I liBLES COME UP FROM THE I ffnBOTTOM OF YOUR ENTER- It TA1NMENT JflT DOES AND YOU DO 1 YOU CAN'T GO WRONG ON FRIVOLITIES G. M. ANDERSON S DARING, EX TRAVAGANT AND ULTRA j REVUE I 1 LEAP-YEAR I ' JStf SENSATION J '"1 DIRECT FROM J 44TH STREET I TH...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1920. m 7 v The American Plan of Employment stands for: H - A full days pay for an H honest day's work Hfe $8 for an 8 -hour day T For Carpenters, Shinglers, Plas- terers, Cement Finishers Plumb ers, Pipe Fitters, Sheet Metal Workers, Painters, Tile Setters ' and Electrical Workers. $10 for an 8-hour day For Bricklayers $9 for an 8-hour day For Hoisting Engineers 8 cents per yard IIP For Lathers . I The Saturday Half -Holiday The best possible working con ditions and an effort to provide work the year around for all crafts. a. Utah Mji I Ell LIFE HW Three new basoball players have IkH "iilllj, been signed to play with the Ogdcn Mf club of the Wasatch league accord- fffl I Ing to Manager Frank Scott. The H c: new men are George Mason. George ptW Myers, and Follcman. Mason will be jJHI j .located In the right pasture, Myers will j&fifl , hold down the! keystone and Folkman !& In also uc locatcd at tne keystone. a11 three men are ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 June 1920

B!q ! I 3 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 19Z0. I I j STATE ANDJDABO NEWS I ' Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State "Be 1 00 Per Cent Americans," : is His Advice at U. of U. J ;, . Commencement. II SALT LAKE. June 9 Addressing n Graduates of the University of Utah 1 -yesterday in the fifty-first annual 1 commencement. Brigham H. Roberts I told them to be 100 per cent Amen 1 cans that the country expected u I I oC them. "Have a mental attitude t P which is evolutionary and not rcvolu- ' f tionary. A country ruled by trade. I unions, sects, cults or religions must perish. Stand fast in the faith, like , j men." he declared. Mr. Roberts re- ' I ferred to the awfulness of war and said that the four-year conflict ac , counts for the many problems which must be met In these disturbing times. I The exercises worn opened with a ' Vi Sousa march, given by lb? university M jrchestra under the direction of Miss .Uomania Hyde. Professor Levi Ld I ' cji-? .Young save U...

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

M - AMERICAN LEAGUE H Standing o? Tennis 1 Won. Lost- H Cleveland 21) 16 .G't I H New York 30 17 .'J 3d H Boston IS .501 1 Chicago "5 20 L Washington 23 20 .5115 H i SU Louis ).l ,26 .315 H X Philadelphia Id 3b .as - V Detroit 1J 30 .31 KT Yesterday's Results B At Chicago Boston -1, Chicago J. j - At St. Lou la Washington 6. St. H , At Detroit Xew York 13, Detroit t;. H Al Cleveland Philadelphia 5, Clevc- Hj Today's' Schedule. H Boston at Chicago. H Washington at St. Lotus. . A .. H N'evv Vork at Detroit, i H Philadelphia ut Cleveland. I BOSTON BEATS . KB 4 TO I Jones Holds Opponents to Four Hits Game Clinched in Eighth. - , .CHICAGO, June S. Jones held Chl ' cago to four hits today - and Boston won, 4 lo 1. Wilkinson was hit hard. The visitors clinched the game iiHthe eighth by scoring two runs on singles by Mclnnis and Foster and a triple by j Scott. Score.' ' j Boston : -112 Oj Chicago . 1 -1 1 1 Batteries Jones and Seliang; Wil-j kinson and Schalk. . j PHILADELPIIIA-CLKVI-JLANI)...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 June 1920

4 10 THk gPj JUNE 9, 9Z0 H I LOIR TREND II 1 1ESTIQ1 ;'Tintic Standard Recedes to $3 Mark on Large Deal ings 1,1 'Tracing this morning in mining 'stocks was fairly active with the gen " Vr'fU trend of the murkot downward. Tintic Standard and New Qulncy wero about the two most actlv.e stocks of the day, the former opening at $3.07: ' and' selling down to a new low of I r'?3.00, closing with 3-00 bid and "?3.02Vi naked, while the latter was -very heavily traded .in, 2-4.000 shares' changing hands as low as 4$'iC. I Alia Con. sold at 'IViC Eureka Lily' was weaker, selling down to 1) Vic, Cu- lunibus Kcxall sold as low us -4 6c, ' Cardiff was weaker, it changing hands as low as ? 1.371", Naildrher brought -boc, Eureia Uuliion was steady al, Juc, Prince Con. sold off to 3-lc, Sells i hanged hands at V und OVjC, North' Standard was active at 4?ic. J (Quotations furnished over Private Wire uf A. Hugle Co., & JlccIcs liuildliiji.) j I Alia Con. .. $ .02', 5 Nii! H American Con 0- .O-ldl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 June 1920

Bi I THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1920. JiL'j B IVlA 1 FOR SALE j M L- .-.w.?ta.t , , J GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO. ! - 41G Twontv-fourth St. Phone 2S0-2S1 j 52700 vnr room modorn bungalow, lot i . 46x132. Locntcd close in on bench. 1 ' Sui'U cash. Balance $20 per month An exceptional buy. Terms, v, 5S100 Six room modem brick. Nice lot. Located close in. A real pood huy. , $700 ensh. Cahmco on easy terms. 5-1650 Five room modern brick, cement basement; built-in features: Ideal f. t- location on bench. Immediate pos- .' session. Terms, - ' 55200 Fivo room modern brick bungalow. Full b.-inemont. Hot air heat; hard wood floors: chadiis, linoleum, beau tiful chandeliers. A beautiful homo anil In excellent condition, m orth j' 5G000 Close In on bench. Terms. . GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO. . -J J 6 Twenty-fourth St, Phones 2S0 2S1 s t I ' i': . FJVE room brick on ' Twenty-fourth: ,:' modern: screened In porch. $4000. Onc K5 . half cash. Will nccopt auto part pay. hj', Range, shades ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 June 1920

III Cuf Price Millinery : Sale i I Special values in transparent and lace trimmed hats. I ALSO j TRIMMED and TAILORED MILAM HATS : I At $5.00 and $7.50 Each. I A special line of trimmed hats at $2.95 and $3.95 each; children's hats at $1.00 and up. , UNTRIMMED SHAPES I at $1.00 each 'j J Stafford Millinery Co. 2455 Washington Avenue i IP uegers Unable to Drag -K lerence From Qny of I utalr's Delegates , Th Headquarters. Great Northern P Chicago. June f. Senator Reed Y, Yattended r- meeting of the com- (on resolutions after the ad- I lent of the convention yesterday Jon and later went into session i ' o committeo on platform. real fight of the convention is d today, when the platform' 51 Is submitted to the delegates. I 11 indications it will either be j swim for Johnson of Call- j ' fn Utah delegates have boen es:eged by campaigners from the sev- iVaj political camps. 'The besiegers, fctf the reporters, are unable to solve he riddle of a group of eight people 'Sitting In the midst o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 10 June 1920

B Fine Year-No. Price. Five Cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE loTl920. ' - ' LAST EDITION 4 P. M. J 1C SMJILL5ET After Short Morning Session Delegates Are Given Recess Until Four NEWS OF AGREEMENT SOUNDLY CHEERED Report of Platform Committee i Expected to Start Off Oratorical Fireworks j COLISEUM Chicago, June 10. While awaiting Hie report of the plat-J i'orm committee the Republican nation al convention held a brief session ihis morning and then much to the dlsap-1 pointment of the galleries, took a re-' cess until 4 o'clock this afternoon. I When the convention assembled the! platform committee was engaged in the struggle over the plank on the peace treaty and It looked as if much time might be lost. There was a consideration of plans to go ahead with nominating speedier, while awaiting the platform report, but there was objection to that and it was abandoned. While the convention managers were debating what to do. the word came from downtowij that the platform sub-j I...

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

V 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, IHUKSDAY, JUINL 1U, ' 1 i Southern California Metropo lis Outstrips Golden Gate City By 67,070. LOS ANGELES, 575,480; SAN FRANCISCO 500,410 Five of Twenty Largest Cities in U. S. 1920 Census to Be Heard From. . WASHINGTON', .7unc. San Fran cisco 508,410, Los Angeles f75,180. Pnsadcna. Calif. 15,331. Fresno, Calif. 11,0 i 0. Stockton, Calif. 10,206. Increases San Francisco 01,480. or 119.1 per cent: Los Anseles 250.2S2, or 80.3 par cont: Pasadena 15,043. or 10.7 per cent; Fresno 19,724. or 70i2 per cont; .Stockton 17,043, or 73.3 per cent. WASHINGTON. June 0. l.os An geles has outstripped San Francisco and become the largest city west of St. Louis during- the last ten years, the census bureau announcement of the populations of the two cities vu niht shows. It also has outgrown Buffalo, tenth largest city in the coun try in 1910, as well as Milwaukee, Washington, Newark, Cincinnati ana New Orleans. Los Angclcn now has a population of 575,480, an Increa...

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