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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 June 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. JHSDAY, JUNE 15, ,1920. . ; Vy a I IjJ1!! OflPifl tflfff jEHJl Por InfantB and Children. HB Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Hl:!5 alcohol-3 per gen a 0k ThcrtioDig Signature X if I U nciUxtirOpi!im,KorpIancnM o ff U III j fir B til ft .Jfv n 1 kM Ahclpfulimedyfor Mb J IS .GbnstfpaUandDiarrhoea; B M jyj g and Fcvcrishness ana .j w W IhZWt L05SOFSLBEP M :Iiratflun(h M B"fllT WWPP lrl ccohp fj g nil IV 1681 S Exact Copy ofWrcposx. 1 rv l - the ocmtjur cooptfY. new vohb orrr. Ifl jiOW and MARKED llFEli e nted atztbor ffSB j i Idah MSGlome Gibson j i JOHN'S THOUGHTLESSNESS L turn6d to John appeal! ngly. "Please,' I said, "don't let us begin to quarrel before wo arrive at the house." "I don't want to quarrel with jou. Katherine," was his impatient answer, "but you seem to always rub me the wrong way." He turned to me suddenly and looked me closely. "Goodness," he said, isn't there a beauty shop around here-anywhere "I've never seen a 1 woman who has gone ...

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. — 15 June 1920

BP 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1920. 1 - - - we have your in several styles of belt buckles; sterling silver, sil ver plate and novelty fin ishes. the belts themselves arc from Wilson Bros. of through-and-through bridle leather, or full grain leather if you prefer. our belt case is just a step inside the store. come in coday and choose for your- while the sale is on : ' $1.00 belts 80c i $1.50 belts... $1.20 j California Sailor in Ogden To day, Present When Enemy Surrendered After several trans-Atlantic trips three California youths, chums throughout school days and during the world war, completed their "hitch" in Uncle Sam's navy and today spent a, few hours in Ogden before, depart ing for their homes at St. Jose, Cal. The three youths, Harold Lightly, Wil liam Mitze and Freddie Wallace, were for a. time stationed on the l S. S. Pennsylvania during the war period, but with twenty others were transfer red to the TJ. S. S. Arkansas during the latter part of 191S....

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 June 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1920. I What can compare with the flavor of big, golden M & G Potato Flakes eaten at a picnic? HNv Beefsteak brioled over a -wood fire (pgg00&lfst never inind plates put your steak s uJIIpIi between a sliced roll, uso the other J -j-, JSiT" hnm 10 reach curly-edged, toothsome OTATVvS M & G Potato Flakes; sandwich in a C TJv pickle or two; finish off with black jjEplBtfy'V A' " 1 -u-ivA coffee and marshmallows toasted over wflR'L.Ji( USHiK v&VH OM, m.in, what a day and what a feastl S&arr,, Get your M. & G4s from (cyj T"" ivt your grocer today j A "iTYyy Colorado Potato Flake & Mfg. Co. Denver. Colo. UTAH DEMOCRATS FAVOR M'ADOO; ELECT DELEGATES TO NATIONAL CONVENTION AT SAN FRANCISCO I SALT LAKE. Juno 15 "It will be the sense of this convention tha Wil , liam G, McAdoo is our first choice for "3v president of the United States." This Vr ' was the decision made yesterday at the Democratic state convention. Ei...

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. — 15 June 1920

I ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, TUNE 15. 1920. " Vu- I STATE AND JDAHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State IB. Troop With Other Units to , T Start Active Training at Camp Today CIIEYENNE. Wyo.. Juno 15. B troop ot the Utah National Guard, j Ocderi's unit, has arrived at I'OU JJ. Russell, and will begin active , train- J ing this morning. All units of the, Utah orSanteaUonM:avo now arrived, tope her with the Idaho Bnartamen. The camp is situated on a plalijust eJtlo Fo?t nusscl and three mile. I from the heart ot uicyuiiu ; ,iV of the First Utah Cavalry raised the first tent and led the remainder ot the j squadron in the work, The weather Is good. The militiamen are housed in s.xt eight tents, each troop, A. B. ana . of the Utah guard and A troop of the Idaho cavalry, have, company sticcts. which must bo policed and kept In shape. Training will begin with e vcille tomorrow. formal military cere monies will prevail June IS which . 1.1 1 be observed as gover...

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. — 15 June 1920

H 1 H afimimmJmmmmammm 9?. STANDARD-CAMINER. TUESDAY, J UNL 15, 1920. 9 IH I NATIONAL LEAGUE 1, Won. Lost, i o.. Brooklyn' . 2S 20 ..'inelnnati 2S 21 .571 St. Louis 29 28 ...oa Chicago 26 2C .50u Pittsburg- 22 " 22 .500 Boston :21 2-1 .457 New Tork 21 W .420 i V Philadelphia 19 2l. ..u-d isr- ! Yesicitluy's Results. At Boston Chlcno 7. Boston 1. At Brooklyn Cincinnati 7, Brook lyn 9 At Now York Si. Louis 7, New York 4. At Philadelphia Pittsburg 6, PbU adelphln 1. Today's Schedule. ' , ' Chicago at Boston. . ' . Cincinnati at Brooklyn. St. Louis at New York. Pituburg at Philadelphia. ! Wheat's Home Run Sends the Dodgers Ahead But Cham pions Tie in Fourth, 'v BROOKLYN. June 14. After los ing four straight games, Brooklyn re gained the league leadership today by defeating Cincinnati, ! to 7. Wheat's! home run over the right field wall, with two on sent the Dodgers ahend In the third, but the world's champions tied it in the fouth and went ahead in tho fifth. Grimes, who began pitch ing...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 June 1920

- 10 ' THE QGDEN STANDAKU-hXAMlNKK. I'UfclSDAY, JUNE 15, 1920. ' H I LiGHT TRADING IN MINESTDCKS Tintic Standard Stays Near ! $3 Mark on Salt Lake Exchange The trading today in mining1 slocks on the Salt Lake Stock & Alining Ex chango was rather quiet, Tintic Stand ard being practically the only lively stock on the board. This Ktock opened strong at $3.10' but gradually weak ened and sold as low as $3.00 on the second call, closing with only this , prico bid for It and $3.05 asked. Syn dicate was practically the heaviest ' trader of the day, 45,000 changing hands at VzC . Alta. Con. brought lic, Eureka Lily sold "at Sc. Columbus Rexall changed hands at 46', and -17c, How- ( ell 2000 at 4Vc, New Quincy was very I active at 5Uc, Eureka Bullion brought 1 dnd 9c, Prince Con. sold at 3c. I Sells ,was active ax Sic, Silver Shield was active from 36 lq 37c, and "Wood-lawn-changed hands at lie. (Quotations furnished over Private Wire of J. A. Hoglc & Co., Ecclcs Building.) I, Bid As...

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. — 15 June 1920

M . ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1920. II f 11 V FOR SALE H BY OWNER Seven room modern home H on bench nnd air lino. Phone 1H1-J. V 2633 IHf S300 WILL, buy a fine lot on Monroe near M Twenty-ninth street; cast front. Terms If B doarcd. Robert C. Nye, 602 Eccleu Dld H SMALL house on 13716x120. 3574 Hudson Ave. 6' H SIX room modern nnd furniture. Posses H slon at once. 47S Twenty-first street. H NEAT well built modern five room cot- 1 taffo. fullv furnished: choicest residence H district, close In; gnrnrrc-: unyed district, H on cur line. Mm. Kuhn. 266S Jefferson j avenue. Fhonc 2022-M. -53t H 4 room house. fjf M 4 room house on I'tnch irmin 1 S room frame, modern, snap Z'lnni M 5 room brick, modern, flnap ,? ?,, H U room frame, modern ......3iioou H KELLY & IlERUICK H FIVK room modem brick bungalow, hard M wood floors, full basement, sleonlnK HL porch, lu rpc lot. iKtultry houses. Price fyj ;45Q0 $1250 down. T qj-" By OWNER Fou r room house, sleeping H porch, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 15 June 1920

I SHE FOLLOWED HIM Into the Street of a Thousand Sor rows. Down alleyways lighted only by the breeze-ridden Flame of the Devil's Beacon. Past heavily barred portals and their Lynx-eyed Custodians. To under go an experience that has fallen to the lot of but few living women, TRULY "The Woman Gives," as you "shall sec. ' Joseph M. Schenck presents - TAIMDGE in "THE WOMAN GIVES" I - From the novel by r ' Owen Johnson I I - TONIGHT, TUESDAY AND 1 ; WEDNESDAY I I Matinee Tuesday and I Wednesday I i , I BATHING SUITS Special for This BATHING SUITS "Kids'" sizes, 2 to 8 $1.00 Boys' sizes 26 to 34 i Misses Suits, sizes 26 to 34 I ' ' $2.59 Men's Suits, 36 to 46 Price $1.25 and up Ladies' Suits Price $1.75 and up I ' Ggden-Utah . Knitting Store 2357 Washington Ave. I Elks to Dance at j . Lorin Farr Park' Ogden Elks will dance at .Lorin Farr park Thursday evening-. The dancej is the second of a series announced hy the .entertainment committee' to be held during the, summer months. Special fea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 June 1920

V O : : i H eth YcarNo. Jil Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 16, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M. j H I. dEf 11 Three Negroes Hanged De spite Their Pleas of Inno cence of Wrongdonig PLEAS' OF PRIESTS HOOTED BY CROWD Rope Breaks Two Times as First Victim Goes to His SOUTH BEND. Intl., .Tunc 10. Negroes employed by the same circus us the throe who were Ivjiehetl In Duluth Inst night fol lowing an attack on a white wrl. attcniplcd to assuuil Helen Pen road, or South Bond, when the show was hi this eily .Tune Tho assailants or the South Bend girl escaped being hfilden by com panions, the police said hero to t " DULUTH, Minn., June 1C. Virtual ly normal conditions prevailed today on the Dululh business street.-; ox er which a mob of 5.000 person;, surged last night, sweeping tho polite from power and seizins and- lynching three negroes held in connection with an attack on a 17-year-Qld white girl. "When two companies o'f Minnesota, national guardsmen reached here at ' ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 June 1920

I Movement to Call on U. S, to iRecognize Soviet Govern- . ment, or Lift Blockades. 1 OVERWHELMING VOTE CAST AGAINST IT Soviets Declared Outocratic and Militaristic and Not Be- j t lieves in Democracy. j - MONTREAL. Juno 15. Movement1 , to call upon the United States to rec ognize the soviet government or lift blockades against soviet Russia was blocked in the annual convention of tho American Federation of Labor to day after a heated debate, j James A. Duncan of the Seattle cen- (t tral labor council led Ihc fight In be half of tho soviet with the aid of rep resentatives of the .Ladles' Garmont Workers, but the convention adopted by an overwhelming vote the report of the resolutions committee oppos ing any action. Ijb'oacrauon .ot tiusiiiicu. Tho committee report declared the federation would not bo "Justified in J taking any action that might be con strued as an assistance to, or approval , of, tho soviet government, no long as it is based upon authority which has ! not been veste...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1920. 3 mii ii n - I I, I i i iii -i iiii.mimiiimi mm 1 1 i w mTi tiriTMnMp mMmiMMwaCTMBiMiMMiiM i MMMMMMMMBMii m M i r Mini i I I I ii i inT-m- f. DRUG SLEUTHS FACE SERIOUS GRAFT CHARGES Alleged to Have Seized Thous ands of Do'lars Worth of Drugs and Sold Them. H SAN FRANCISCO, June Charges that John de ries and Eruile H G. Corel, inspectors for the board of pharmacy sold thousands ol dollars worth of drugs that tin ij Belied froni Illicit peddlers and took protec Ly. lion" money from such peddlers, have ' been made to the district aitorney by i Samuel Morelen, an alloc. -d dru traf ' I ticker, according to an artfele in the H ('all-Post here The charges were do M nled by the secretary of ihe board Lords Zeh, who said that Morelen, whoj Is facing prosecuilon. is Irving to get , the inspectors into difficult if 5 I According 10 the Call-Post, Morelen told the district attorney thai on one occasion the inspectors seized (10,000 wonh of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 June 1920

H 4 THE OGPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1920 H I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY , ! Entered a Second-Clas6 Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. Established 187C Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun I day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH $ 'rrf1 ONE YEAR 99.00. . . . ggg MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Astoelated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of an) news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local new: published herein. I THE THIRD PARTY. ' t It is evident, that. Senator Hi ram Johnson is not pleased with hi? treatment in Chicago and that he is disposed to sulk. lie escaped from Chicago without making an open declaration and now in Washington he is keeping himself close to his room, avoiding the interviewer and conferring with none other than intimates. And while Johnson draws a lo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 June 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINERiWEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1920. - ' - 5 ILOVE and MARRIED LIFE! totj. the noted author. j i Idah MSGlcme CEibson g WfSQM aiu-2 mex gullibll:? &aH For a. ,0"e while I Bat there cnvcl- jsSWBH I oped hi unhappy thoughts. Suddenly RjSgH I became conscious that the whistling WHI had stopped in the bathroom and I rajsH knew that John was shaving. Then BHIH came a voice In happier toncn than BH those he used before going- to Ills HBH lmth. "Kathcrlne, will you please 9H open my grip nnd bring me u silk BHH nhlrt, collar and my brown tic?" IHWH j hastened to do this and thrust it In the door. As I did so I caught a glimpse of myself In the long mirror at tho other end of the room. I did look very forlorn. I decided I would try to make myself a little more pre-1 rentable. In my wardrobe was a now und very good looking black and k white maternity gown which I had St jt1' never worn. I went In to my dressing t " room and closed the door Just as 1 heard John commence...

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. — 16 June 1920

. g THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1920. , HH i . H ; Positively Last H 1 1 Time Tonight I f at 7 P M I TALMADGE I ' "THE WOMAN H ' GIVES" fl ' From the novel by H Owen Johnson at the H j Tomorrom and balance of week, an- H' other great picture CONSTANCE TALMADGE H j In Another Dandy Comedy H I "THE LOVE EXPERT" iORPHEUM SUNDAY NIGHT, June20 ; PRICES: 50c, 75c, $1.00 RUSCO & HOCKWALD 1 Present Only Show of Its Kind in the World Forty People Band and Orchestra J Fifteen Vaudeville Acts I Watch for Band Parade Secure Your Seats Early SALE FRIDAY 1 H? Will Take Three-day Holiday About Middle of July A three-day outing' for fathers and j nons on the meadows of South Fork j canyon, in which one thousand per j sons are expected to participate, is! H being arranged by the Mutual Im- H provement associations of Weber j .stake. The outing will be held Thurs 1 day, Friday and Saturday, July 22, 1 1i and 2-. Women members of the 1 families will take part in the observ 1 u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 June 1920

H Ml H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1920. 7 H fl ' lExamine Tnesej RH . ,c. Sae Suits . , BB i i 1J1 1 I -don't look at the price jj III . onfy- j j -value is good or not I I according to what you f fmm f get at the price, I rfl f most of these suits come I mm I from the best makers in Hj1 I " America. mm, ' Men's Suits QSOl JM;j f Values to $75 jt Jr mmmi IB j Men's and Young J$S0 j II Men's $50 SaifcJTT j II i Young Men's j$50 11 j Values to $35 ,fef jT-j High School Cadets ' Go to Training Camp Twonty-nino cadets of tho Ogden high school departed last night for San Diego under Lieut. Ronald Ever ly. They will be in training at Camp Kearny for three weeks after which Ihoy will return home. Equipment for the local cadets was shipped sov eral days ago to the training camp. At Salt Lake tho Ogdcnltc3 were joined by almost 100 representatives of tho Salt Lake high school. Both organizations will train at Camp Kear ny. Delegations from Denver, Choy onnc and other sc...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 June 1920

i 8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 192U. , , : . ij I STATE AND JMHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem- State I . I Salt Lake Railroad Man Re ceives Word From Board at Washington SALT LAKE CITY. June 16. The United States railroad board will an I nounce its decision In regard to ap ' plications of railway employes for in creased wages within a few d.ays, ac cording to information received here by D. C. Cunningham, local superin tendent of motive power of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad. The telegram received by Cunning ham follows: J "The United Slates railroad board announces it will make a decision at the earliest posslb'c date on tho re quest for wage increases by railroad employes which were presented at the recent hearings hold In Washington and Chicago. Inasmuch as the hear i ing has not been given to representa tives of certain shortline railroads and other carriers, tho decision will necessarily cover only the employes of the roads represen...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 June 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1920. 9 "'mm'Uma'm'B MmB''"',a'"Wro'aW"' I - AMERICAN LEAGUE 1 Standing of Tenuis V. L. Pet. Cleveland .. .15 17 .67 Now York .14 -0 .630 Chicago 29 2 .5(59 Boston- 25 3J! .&21 Washington 24 2S .490 . SU Louis 23 27 .4 60 Detroit l'S S3 .353 Philadelphia ...16 37 .302 " Yesterday's KcMiIlfl , Washington 5 at Chicago 9. , Boston 8 at St. Louis 12. Philadelphia 2 at Detroit 3. .New York 2 at Cleveland 10. ' Bostons Make Four Runs and Locals Come Back and Pound Out Seven Hits. ST.' LOUIS. June 15. St. Louis made a clean sweep of the four-game series with Boston by winning today. 12 to Si after the visitors had got off to a four-run lead in the third, when they drove Van Gilder from the box. The locals came back in the same pe riod and pounded Pennock for seven hits, including a double and a triple, which, -with a base on balls and an er ror by McNally, netted the locals eight I runs, Boston rallied in the ninth and scored four runs...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 June 1920

H iv '1HL UUUhfN siANUAKD-EXAMINERWEpNESDAY, JUNE 16920. Bf Iffl INTEREST . IN fill STOCKS Prices in Majority of Shares Hold Steady During Ex change Sessions Trading today on the Salt Lako Stock &, Mining1 Exchange continued vat her quiet, as it has been for the past few days. The prices in the ma jority of tho slocks were about steady. 1 intic Standard was again practically the only active stock, opening at $3.06 ivnd strengthening, selling up to $3.10. K weakened again before the close, xsith only $3. 0G bid and $3.10 asked. Big Hill brought l&c, Eureka Jily changed hands at SJ2. Columbus Uexall went at $46 and 17c, Howell ..rought 5i4c, Lent Tintic changed hands at 7c. Michigan-Utah was very active at 3c, Emma Silver was fc.eaUy at 7-,,c. Eureka Bullion was hteatly at 9ic Silver King Con. 1 hanged hands at $1.35. Silver Shield as active at 35 and 35 zc North standard was practically the heaviest t.-ad'er of the day, 10,000 shares being .-old at 2 Vic, Zuma sold at 12 V2 a...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 June 1920

v THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1920. . It 1H FOR SALE " J Real Estate GL'.VJIANTY MORTGAGE CO. ns Twnt) -fourth St. Phone 240 2Sl 52700 Three room modem bungalow, em inent basement nice lot, east front. V block off pavement, close In on bench, on cur line, four mn old. A good buy nt 13500. $30 cash. J2i a month. 130 Now five room modern bungalow, ready for occupancy In two wcks. locate In north part of city, a good lot with garden, excellent water right, plumbing And fixture first cIam. JS(h curb, balance terms, $4730 For quick sale- Snvon room mod em, lot 6CxIC5. Incited on Twenty fourth ntret .pavement an paid. lJ!t rcaldonl district In town, roulh front. 11000 cash. balanco eaay rmg S per cnt Intenwt GUARANTY MORTCAGIS m Twenty fourth St Phone 280; DY OWNER Gooa sixteen room apart mont house, furnished, sleeping Ponnr't. kaii ran go, flneat location In town. JMO a month Income. Good terms. Phone 102 ( DY OWNER New five room home, gur as. Sacrifice. 5?S Chcftcr...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 June 1920

V ' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1 6, 1 920. ' tmhUXh-mtmmt OCDEW,UTA I III j ' - P" XQUISITE in design occupying die minimum of - 3 1 ' E sPace"ancl wtn a" tne beautiful tone and splendid g f LI durability for which the j I 1 ,- 5nSc8fiS . S i '".-", Established 18232 1 PIANOS ' 1 j have been famous for nearly one hundred years. ' , ; j' What more suitable gift for the bride of today than a piano g l the noble Chickering a piano known and loved by her a parents, grand parents and great grand parents. Fragrant memories and a 'thousand pleasant associations g g cluster about this great name. I r The first Chiokering was presented to a young girl on the 3 I 3 eve of her marriage a way back in 1823. 'This little grand I will grace the home of many a bride of 1920. I Glen Bros.-Roberts Piano Co. g I 1 2472 HUDSON AVE. PHONE 181. OGDEN H I! Sacred Heart Honors ' to Be Given Thursday ( Sixteen graduates will receive their honors tomorrow evening when the annual commencement exorcises of I the Sacred H...

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