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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 June 1920

jH F,fTi7thY7a'rrpr"i53: Pr7;ivc ce"nt3 OGDENTY, UTAH THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 1771920! LAST EDITION 4 P. M. --WETS PREDICT HOT SKIRMISH; IDRY PLANK TO Democratic Chiefs Holding Confabs Before Departing for S. F. Convention NAME WANTED FOR NEW POLITICAL PARTY .Senator'Harding to Hold Con ferences With Heads of .j Several Factions F1RBNCH LICK. Ind.. June 17. DemocrAtic party leaders In confcr- cnco here on candidates and platform planks tb'be pre'Rcnted to the national convention In San Francisco predicted that a hot skirmish would result if William Jennings Bryan attempted to insert a "bono dry" declaration In the resolutions. As a retaliatory inovip it might be offered for tho convention s consideration. i The conference hore will probably, end Friday and tho leaders will movO on to Chicago where they expect to, hold further sessions before leuvinsj for, San Francisco. : Qov. Alfred 10. Smith and Charles F. Murphy of New York, said today they wouldujjo in Chicago Saturday nndwould'p...

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. — 17 June 1920

i Means of Alleviating Freight Congestion Recommended By Heads of Unions, i PROTEST AGAINST COAL EMBARGO ! Interstate Commerce Has Full Authority to Relieve ; the Country. WASHINGTON. June 16. National I business is being "pared down through embargoes and priorities to fit the capacity of the country's raj roads' George H. CuBhlngr. managing director , oC the American Wholosale Coal asso ciation, declared today. '' Mr. Cushinff said coal production since April I has increased 01. an av I crago of 855, S00 tons por week, over last year, giving a total increase In thai, period of 7,000,000 tons. , "Last year, with a smaller produc tion, we accumulated sufficient stor age to help tide us over the worst min ers' strike In history," he continued. "Running ahead now of last years production, I cannot believe the cur : rent statements that we arc running ! headlong into a dreadful shortage of coal." , WASHINGTON. June 16. Restora tion of striking marine and railroad workers to their old jo...

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. — 17 June 1920

1 :i FLYING NOW! FROM 1:45 TIL 11 P. M. wSjB V Sfoffddln Ihf-. Yon in an iltfS'A ' aeroplane a VUJOVERSAU mile in the air NOCTURE, while only NA.jr j fifty feet away r i the bravest man in the to another to mwhicnltie ; nave a girl SkvstheLumL I from a sky pirate. Some thrilll , "SNUB" POLLARD Wn OGDEN Sfefl ' . THEATRE , fi flH "Coolest Spot in Town" j (LUTHERANS CONDUCT BIG : ' CONVENTION IN ENGLISH DETROIT. Juno 17. For the "first tlmo In the history of the gatherings English today displaced the German languago In tho ceremonies of the ouiRclIcal Lutheran synod, which bc gu'n Its Sixteenth triennial convention with 1,000 delegates In attendance. Three recommendations of Impor tance were laid beforo the first exec utive session. One' would provide a minimum salary of $ 1.300 a year In addition to house rent for professors ln.the synod's fourteen seminaries: an other proposed the expenditure of t 000,000 for a new seminary to replace v4f Concordia seminary at St. Louis, and the thi...

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. — 17 June 1920

HK -----g- -. , r . . rr.7ffBBMlBIJpjp-iM lB H 4 . THE OCDF.N STANDARD-EXaMVIINER, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1920. I I; THE STANDARD-EXAMINER ! ' PUBLISHING COMPANY , Entered at Second-Class Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah, Established 1670 j Member okthe 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 '7SnD I ' ONE YEAR 50.00.... MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any I new credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. I THE WEST IN POLITICS. 1 ; Western Democrats are to meet in Sun Francisco, prior to con- ' yention clay, to discuss harmonious and co-operative association of Vestcm interests. They are being brought together by Gavin Mc NTab, leader of the California delegation to the convention, who has sent out a call to the deleg...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 June 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINeIr.' THURSDAY, JUNE 17, V20. 5 H ILOVE and MARRIED LIFEl I Ikj, the noted author j j Idah MGlone Gibson j I H rTi l win i i in ii t i i SEH WHERE FRIENDSHIP CEASES, SHH "H'lial In this ke for?" ho asked HBI anl 1 saw tnal ne wa curiously fin- IB paring my keys which he bad found on H "ll'n tho key to my safety deposit M "VolU I thought I needed one down H hare. Mother, you know, loft rao some LLLLLM piccoft of JevtrIr that arc rather valu- H "Ilut you know. Kathcrlno, 1 havo a H safety deposit box at my bank. ) could H tako your Jewelry up there. You won't) H be. wearing it for .1 while. It seems; H nuoh a waste of money to have two1 A'' aafoty deposit bursca." JH "John, why do you find fault with; H 1110 for ovcry bit of money that I spend H -without consulting you?" H "I don't," he answered In surprise. WM "Yod, you do. I havo never spent a H rssnt Kincc we were married that you H hkven't found somo fault with it. It H J truo I have spent very little mo...

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. — 17 June 1920

I ,, , g , THE QGPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1920. ' .jmfm I 11 ; 4 - o o- o II I jk J r B Noon Luncheon Tussah Silk j Table Cloths Pajatna Checks Long Cloth I I II OF iSlVyiTlS T1.ie fountai.n continues to l l'his is a wonderful silken Here is a rood looking table Sec this pretty yard wide Now is a very good time to If A n t 1 daUf fheold'on fabric, nearly a yard wide in cloth. of mercerized cotton fabric that is in demand for buy long cloth by the bolt. H M jLg Sg gi n iftfF O Se ?n-e -,,-i,m handsome jacquard patterns. that will launder like linen. bloomers, pajamas, blouses. You will want it for gowns, ! 5 . LPllUVU KsUL 2 S ItC-d A good mciicntion v iiiat. smaH suminer frocks The size h 64s64 mieS) a ctCM aild which solls ll0W at for children's wear and oth- ! H Hi I loumaj sun get a ci jnict there is no fabrics you will heavy weight in a very 20c a yard. A lot of bright er uses. This one is 27 inches jjj c luncnccl neie lor muc 1.11. Hke beUer The usua smooth fin...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 June 1920

1" ( LOOK OUT! FOLKS I The Love Expert's In town hookin' the unmarried ones. She's going o Q knock a flock of 'em for a row of Altarc before the'a through. If you I cee anybody bluchlng br timld-IIke, ac If they wanted encouragement, I call us up but better still, amble down and see. CONSTANCE T&LMABGE I "The Love Expert" I I A John Emerson Anita Loos Production 5 I THE ORPHEUM I I TONIGHT, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I MATINEE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I I ADMISSION ......10c and 25c NIGHT I ADMISSION 10c and 20c MATINEE BT O R P H E U M SUNDAY NIGHT. JUNE 20 mmM PRICES 60c 75c $1.00 H I War Tax Additional yH For Subscription and Advertising ' flM Department, Call Phone No. 56. ill RANDOM MM REFERENCES jjfvH i Big sale on Lilies, lGc per bud. j&9H Phono 52, Dumkc Floral, 370 21th. SjpflH Going to Convention. Stephen F. iifiJwWl "VViso, prominent New York merchant imtmPty&isZC' "was an Ogden visitor for a short tlmo ftJulH today on route lo tho national Demo- sf?Mw .- cntlc convention...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 June 1920

H ! 8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, JUNE 1 7t 1920. I I Before the first Anns- J.-,. - A.. ' fta3f ' SmeelMe Mme : I I ' fc "r .. ' "- . of Brunswick has stood I fTHERE is nothing to prevent any maker from producing a -In attaining a tire worthy of the name of Brunswick we were ' ' H i super-tire. All formulas, all methods are well known in the convinced that it depended chiefly on policies and standards, - H industry. A perfect tire is simply ' on prejudices and knowledge. Brunswick ;? a H a question of care and skill and cost pS 1PP WMfW ' Standards are known the world around. , J H These facts can be verified by testing jgf Stll I It if Iff m or Years e House of Brunswick J ! H 200 types of high-grade tires and analyz- IIB. IM has made only products of the highest ; ing their materials and construction-as i 1 gTade- I ;' the Brunswick laboratories have done, 'I'lM&S , ' Every Brunswick . product has at- ? In a super-tire, such as The Bruns- ' tained and held supremac...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 June 1920

r THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY. JUNE 17, 1920. I Pacific Coast League Standing of Team. Won I-oat Pel. HALV LAKH H 27 Vtrrptj . 1 2 fta Francisco 3 ai . J Anle i 31 ftefttawi ai Ffcer&Wicmo 30 ?VIad ae .42 IfMCi a .Si Sijf W-Hrvlny. 1Uvu1l. ftsjt Laks-Los Angles postponed; lMwrnlnt, I; San Fr.mclco 2. V-Art. C: Portland, 1. Oiicland. S; Seattle. 2. the srcmrcs "Lfls Angle 1. nt Sail Lak 0. P Francisco 0 At Sacramento 2. fffl 1 at Oakland J. ro.-t'.aad 1 At Vernon i. I Rain Halts Bee Game; Plan Doubleheader SALT I(AKK, June 17. -Rain halted ih Acconri gnme of the present series between the Angel and Bees here &rdy. A doubleheader will bo n&ged Saturday afternoon nnd a sim ilar program I" scheduel for Sunday niternon. nccordlng to Business Mans rr Jiick Cook. Outfielder Hood, re ef r.ly v.lth Brooklyn, If en route to Join the Bees nt Salt Lake. He la a star of the first order, according to reports received here. Wwk Tigers Slam Juney's f M Offerings and Win 6-1 Sf...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 June 1920

UPWARD TREND If IN MIMES I j Stronger Demand for Utah li Stocks Noted in Deals H;! on Exchange H ' The demand for mining1 stocks to- H " day on the Salt Lake Stock & Alining1 1 Kxciiange was a little stronger than a has been for the past few days. Gen- 1 erally speaking-, the trend of the mar- H ket was a little upward, being most H . noticeable in Prince Con. -and Silver I " King Coal. The former opened at 3'.' H ' Jnd advanced to 34c. closing strong H ' -,ith this price bid for it. Tho latter 1 ! t hanged hands as high as $1.55. I Tintic Standard, the leading feature HI " 1 ot the market for some time, showed ! dome strength today. It closed yestcr- ay at 53. Oo, this morning it opened I nt $312J and sold as high as ?3.15, I '"Hit weakened again before the close H J' with 53.10 bid and $3.12 asked, Co- i lumbus Kexall was practically tho on- i 1 stock on the board to depreciate in 'aluc, opening at 4 6lc ud during an active call sold off to 44Ve. 1 Alia Tunnel was active at G ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 June 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1920. 11 H H FOR SALE H GUARANTV MORTGAGE CO H 4I Twanty-fourth fit. Phono ISO ; SI B 13706 Thre room modem bungalow, eo- M merit basement, nice lot, esl front. B 4 block off pwvemanU clos In on H rv-tsch, on car I In", four vttar okl. A RftuiB good W at OiM. tO0 cash. J 5 BMB Nw fir room modern bungalow. IH rw(lr tor occupancy In two weK. H loeatMl In north part of ctt. v MEH rot with rnin. excellent water UHH lichu ptiiniblnc Rrtd fixtures first, H dH. tuw mh. hAlanCD I'rmi. WKm 51TS0 for quick !. Sven room mod . LH 0m. lot MxKS. locAtnri on Tw enty-1 MHI fourth street .pnvemtrmt U Pld. H bt resident district In town, south . H front. ilOOO eah. blance ' H trros X iwr cent Interest. GUARANTV MORTOAGK H US Twenty-fourth St. Phone ! H fHOKRER ft FOWLES H Ttnl ICaU(t Loan Insurance , H 137 sere, highly Improved. beet, pe. and , H dairy farm. Two Mil or building, i H Fully NfUlrra with tems mid m; B ehlnery. Including hay press. AH H c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 June 1920

I UTAH ' ! THEATRE Last Times Today VIOLA DANA in -DANGEROUS TO MEN Hi IUnbranded Cayuses on Toi yabe Forest Rounded Up by Stockmen Mustangs, cayuses, and plain broncs camo to an untimely end in the Tlyobo forest in Nevada, during the latlti pari of lpJit week, according to infor mation received today at the. foresl service office Because of the presence of a large number of horses which were con suming feed yiat could be employed to i better advantage by forest permutes, a party of stockmen started on a three days drive against the horses. The forest was combed and the search resulted in the capture of nearly 100 horses. ' j They were driven to an estray pen j ?nd owners wer given a chance to identify their steeds. An Indian, John ny Wildcat, claimed IM) of the horses. Because of tho hard winter, the horses were In poor shape and their) capture was not difficult. They were I sold to a Pctaluma Chi -ken feed mill representative and all owners of .the : horses, sold their steeds, tog...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 June 1920

jlH fiftieth Year-No. isl PricTVivTcets OGDEN CITY,uf AH FRIDAY ElN,"jUNE18T92a LAST EDITION 4 P. M. H I 111 ACCEPTS PRESIDENT'S CHALLENGE FLIVVER TOWN . KESIM IN P0PUUIT1 Detroit Nov Fourth Largest City, Led by N. Y., Chicago . and Philadelphia j CLEVELAND NOW IS ' HOLDING FfFTH RANK, Los Angeles Is Tenth and San ' Francisco Is Eleventh; . Washington Loses ! WASHINGTON. Juno IS. Detroit, with a numerical Increase and rale of -?.r-; growth larger than Chicago's and see-1 onl only to Now York' during the lnt ten years. Is now fourth largest city of the country, displacing St. Louis and outranking l)oton. Cleveland. Bal timore and Pittsburgh, nil of which wrc larger than tho Michigan clu ton years hjto. Detroit's 1920 popula tion, announced today by iho census bureau, 1m 9K3.73D. an Increase of 027. 373, or 113.4 per cent. .Detroit In the only city of 100.000 or more yhlch has moru than doubled lis population In the last ten ears. t Cleveland Is Fifth. Cleveland, also with a large inc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 June 1920

sssH 1 Hi THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1920. H II Biff !--Another . I Mighty Smash to !l Bring Down High j : 1 Clothing Prices ! j' EXTRA PANTS Suit to ' ' Order i I j Prices Reduced to the Lowest Mp I UNION MADE, I Extra Pants Extra Pajits I! Although it sounds tqo good to be true, the offer is bona fido H in every respect, Come and see the high quality woolens and I judge for yourself -what a wonderful offer this is. H Quick action is necessary as these suits H will sell like hot cakes. H yjd3jmprw i 1 f 1 fmf rffiTi" vr Women to Interview Democratic Delegates bbbbbbbbw - 1 WASHINGTON, June 17. Activi- ties of the National Women's party at ifffillfli the Democratic convention, as out ifiiiiiW lined in a statement from the party's iflfiiiiVi headquarters tonight, do not include iflfiiiiH picketing of the convention hall aa IffffffV conducted during the Republican na-j H tional convention at Chicago. Ht "The campaign at San Francisco," IfJfJfjVjl the statement said,...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 June 1920

1 -AinjlMIlDA T0IMY fijLlliMIMrl TOMORROW PATHE WEEKLY THEODORE MARY MILES ROBERTS s. WINTER H X PICTUnE FOR A DELIGHTFUL " 5TORY MARY M11ES MINTER, JH JUDY OPRCUW'APBCJ f 11EAI.AR.T PiCTLLJLES I- CREDIT' OPENSpeS Greater Co-operation By the Government is Urged Before. Trade Council. j , NEW YORK, June IS. Creator co- operation by the government In sup- port of American business abroad was urjreil by spoaltLTti ut a conference of tlio council of forelpn relations bore' last, night. Dovrjlopment of ','thtf rlrht' type of general American dij)lomatv? creation of a government commission of capable men with a dollar credit behind them," and Increased appro priations tor disseminating consular re-ports were among the measures pro AVcsley Frost, aclinjj foreign trade advisor of the depurtment of state, de clared there should be a closer union ) of the diplomatic and consular serv-; ices. He urcd "proper compehsa-' Uon" for the officials so that "Imolll Kcnt and ambitious men can afford to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 June 1920

j 4 THE OG DEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1920. . . I I.THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY SI Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postofflco, Ogden, Utah. Established 1870 I .Member of thg Audit Bureau of Circulation and .the Associated Press- ' An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun- II day morning without a muzzle or a club. I Subscription in Advance 1 .ONE MONTH ? .76 I ONE YEAR $9.00... uvj 1 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I . The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any 1 news credited to It not otherwise credited In this pnper and also the local news U published herein. Ij :- WESTERN MEN SHOULD BE CAUTIOUS. Some mystery attached to the purpose of I he gct-logether move men I in San" Francisco, by which western delegations were to be or ganized into a compact body for concerted action. Tt now is dis i closed that the object is lo commit the convention to liberalization j 'in administering the public land laws ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 June 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1920. 5 I ILOVE and MARRIED LIFE! inj, the noted, author H j Idah MCHone Gibson j H SOME MODERN IDEAS, HJHH "What tho matter. Mis Kathorlno PgRB darling? en Jd Hannah, as she opened E9ffp""l my door nnd cmo In and took nie In Egg&H Jior ftrma just sj she used to do when fiSgH I was a Uttlo gJrl. "You Imvon't qunr- HHEH rolttl with that handsome husband of 9H yours, hare BfSmmmm "I don't know whether 1 ' havo or SSiH not," I answered somcwhatfneohoront- HHH ' "Woll. I just navr him going out of IH tho Sto stamping down the 'walk with H a grip In each hand and 1 come up H hero and rind you sobbing your heart; H ouu It looks as If something wcroi HHr . "There Is something the matter, BH Hannah, but I don't know Just what It H ! When John Is away from mo and IH ) down and think about him he mW wooms to bo everything In tho world,' HH that I could possibly wish for nnd I mmW bollovo that's Just tho way bo thinks B of mo when he thinks o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 June 1920

I 6 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1920. ::: H I I LOOK OUT! FOLKS- I II 1 The Love Expert's in town hookin' the unmarried oneB, She's going to U g N knock, a flock of 'em for a row of Altars before she's through. If you M 1 see anybody blushing or timld-IIke, as if they wanted encouragement, 1 fl I call us up but better still, amble down and see. M CONSTANCE TALMADGE I I "The Love Expert" I j 1 A 'John Emcrson-Anita Loos Production 1 I. TIE OIPHEUM I 1 1 TONIGHT AND SATURDAY 1 1 MATINEE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 1 I 1 ADMISSION .10c and 25c NIGHT U j 1 ADMISSION 10c and 20c MATINEE H II ORPHEUM SUNDAY NIGHT. JUNE 20 ' PRICES 50c 75c $1.00 Ii Osrden Girls to Go ) - Up on Airplane Trip ji Eddie Brooks, Denver aiator. is ( scheduled to- arrive in Ogden tomor I row afternoon from Salt Lako for flights here tomorrow. Sunday and ! Monday prior to departing for Denver. Miss Nora Keener and Miss Zllpha Hanson, two members of the Stand j! ard-Exa-mincr staff will aviate over i Ogde...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 June 1920

B THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1920. 7 H i A new Camp J Phonograph I fJie liandy, swcetloned 1 Cmia Plays all records with marvelous life-like I llBWa tones. Just the thing for camping parties. I fftll It is about one foot square and eight Kfftflj inches wide you carry it like a grip. ra mm We'll deliver anywhere and I ShM a shiPPn charges., 1 H SPECIAL SUMMER TERMS I $400 Down; $1.00 a Week I f Laugh Makers in Town Ring and Irv Are Here Want to Be President I Ring W. Lardnor and Irvln S. Cobb, woll known as humorists, woro Ogden visitors for a short time today, ar-i riving horc shortly after 8 o'clock and i departing for the national Democratic headquarters at San Francisco, a short time after. They departed on wost-j bound train 19. j Lardnor, famous for his "You Know lie, Al," stories, which have hit the baseball world by storm, when Inter-1 viewed at the local station attempted' to sidetrack the roporlor but once J jfc polntotl out by the station master,! roadll...

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. — 18 June 1920

li THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY. TUNE 18. 1920. IJj I 'tll B Mil II HWmiHSBB'"'" 1 lUJ UgJ j1- 8rW Hal; J-tm -lit. t-H WHUJl-l- Weatker ' I j T MAKE your feet glad in a pair w of our-aumrncr sox. They re 1 Aw built right and re-enforced ! where the wear comes. You'll find them serviceable even though they I I . are made of the sheerest materials. We have them in plain, fancy and , clocked effects and in all the popular I , weights. i w ' ' It, ( mjmJ H I 1 , . . I II State Bankers In .. Session; Welcome Given By Mayor 1 One hundred and sixty delegates and H, guests wero In attendance at the We J ber club thin morning -when President 33. 0. Howard called order, for the opening of the twelfth annual conven- tion of the Utah Bankers' associa- tion. Bankers from every nook and corner of the state, some from San Francisco, Chicago and other points were In attendance Mayor Frank Francis welcomed the B bankers and said in part: "In behalf of the city of Ogden 1 welcome the barkers b...

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