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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 June 1920

nH 'IF! Fiftieth Yr-No 157 QGDEN CITY, UTAH MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M.' Wlj M- FACTIONS BATTLE FIERCLEY IN IRELAND I , 0 Q ' j IBOLSHEVIKI GIVE PEASANTS LAND BUT SEIZE FOOD: Further Revelations of Real Conditions Are Made by HEEDLESS OF STARVING THOUSANDS IN CITIES; Soviet Rule in Province of Moscow Overthrown Dur- ' ing Peasant Insurrection ; BY .1. HERBERT DUCKWORTH. N E. A. Staff Correspondent. (Copyright, 11)20, Ncwspnimr Entcr , prise Association.) I REVAL, Esthonln, June "1 I know) i.ow what the peasants think or Bol-, ahevlsin. I havo passed scores of villages ana. spent the night on farms in the pro -lncos of Pskov. Novgorod, Tver, Alos-, cow and Potrograd. 1 Strangely enough the peasants havu little inoro food than the town work-, ers. True, between the Eathonlan ; frontier and Pskov tho peasants have plenty of black bread, but elsewhere thoro is none. Tho Uolshevlka of the towns, while thoy have Riven the poas- ants the land, havo taken their food....

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. — 21 June 1920

I: THE OQDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 192G. I Problems of Country Freely W. Discussed Before Newspaper I ! Men at Luncheon. I ANSWERS RAPID FIRE QUESTIONS FRANKLY I ! .Expresses Friendship For For- j ! i eign Nations Says Mexico I j Faces Two Situations. H MEXICO CITY, Juno 11'. .Mexican j .pcti oleum laws,- based upon article I .WVll of tho constitution, nationally-! ; mg deposits of oil, wnicii article will, ; bo interpreted liberally, will not ue re- troactive, declared Auolfo de la liuer j ta, provisional president, to foreign i Ioorrt-spondent6 today, b'onor de la I i Uucrta spoke freely in discussing proo- lms beioro the country, being nost at H ' I4 luncheor. given U the newspaper 1 i he policy of friendship toward for-! ! eign nations, especially tne United j i 'States, together with, the assumption ! ot all legally contracted debus oc tliej Mexican republic, is a part or the pro Cwsional president's program. During the t"vo nuius tne president ( !" talked with th...

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. — 21 June 1920

" rBa! faffl I It v5i 4 THE QGDENANDARD-EX.AMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1920. , ; 3 i 1 II I- sales taxTlM" : Dissatisfaction . With Excess Profits Tax Stirs Discussion , Over Methods of Collecting . Federal Taxation. NEW YORK", June H. GppoidUon , to the cxcewi profit tx has ld to at nation-wide consideration of the pre vailing methods of collecting Federal taxation. Worklngmen, farmers mcr-j rhnnlfl. batikorx. manufacturer, and; consumers all seem In accord with David H. llouiton. Secretary of th ironMury. when hi recent)? declared ! that there mit cm a modification i of the present way of gathering the, national revenues. There Is a ltvel , popular Interest, top. In a recent letter) of A. Mltohell Palmer, attorney gen erar of the United Stales, who ad versely criticised the excess profits t nnd suKBeslod a substitute for It. Many wore much Impressed, at the name time, by the views of Wm. ih Solver, ft member of the Federal ! Trade Commission, who came out iuaroly In favor of a tax on...

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. — 21 June 1920

I 4 OGDEN 5 1 ANDARD-EXAMllNE MONDAY, JUINE 21, I9ZU. ' I I! THE STANDARD-EXAMINER J -i PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-Class Matter at tho Postofflce, Otjden, Utah. Established 1370 1 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and tho Asaooiated Press J An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun. I day morning; without a muzzle or a club. j Subscription in Advance jj ONE MONTH 9 ,75 VD it ONE YEAR , ?9.00- t I' MEMBER THE ASSOOIATED PRESS j1! The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to tho use for republication of any t j news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local newi published herein. I! DISCIPLINE THE TURK I Turkey, for centuries, lias been the cause of wars between Chris- i tian nations. The past wnr is traceable in part to the quarrel over i Turkish territory and trade. ! Again the Turk is uu irritant. He is untraclable and refuses to ; yield to the new conditions imposed on him by the jslb'es. The British j fleet operati...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1920. 5 a I tlLOVE and MARRIED UFEl Ikj. the noted author jj Idah MgGlone Gibson j H (luirJc and Dine H I do not Kow just wlim in. Ul'i- H aJon changed into drani". In fact I H do not think 1 dll dream xftrr r fnt B to wloep. I onlj Know that when H Ilanitflli rullrd mo iwylnc that Charles B oonte to ttupper I was durjrll H rr I amed la have Just atepped out H of dreamland, ntid the vlalon of Karl H writing waj Mill vry vivid. H VVhon I looked In the mirror I found H tho trace of tear had nil prune from H my fnco. With a fen little touches I H knew I ythm looking as well a poMlble' undor Lite circumstances, and I went H down to mwt ("haHe. H "My, but you are looking well." he H Mild when r entered the room. And B (lien I know that he had been think-. J in;? that I had not been looking well; j for some time prut. But ho had not HJ mentioned It to mo a John hud. V Strange, uwi't It, that thoso who love H ug moat an the ones who feel at pr-...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 June 1920

I I 6 'IHE CJCJDLN S l'ANDAKDjiXAMlNER, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1920. H I NIGHT SESSION . AT.'SJAIKEIT II Colby Departs With President I J Wilson's Instructions in His Wf Vest Pocket. B'; SAX FRANCISCO, June 21. A H I night session may follow the first ses- H 1 sion of the Democratic national con- H ention which opens here next Mon- H j day, Homer S. Cummlngs, chairman H i of the Democratic national commit- "H ; lee, announced today. H ; Before that time the national corn el ! mittee which meets Juno 25, will have ! disposed to the prospective contest over the sealing of United States Sena- lor James A. Heed, of the fifth. (Kan- "H ; sas City) district of Missouri and the "H ! contest over the seating of the 2S "H I delegates from Georgia. The commit- iee will act upon iheso in connection "H ' with its work of malting up a tem- porary roll and contests may be car- "H ried to the credentials committee and "H ' oven to the floor of the house. 1 Among the delegates here United "H States Senat...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 June 1920

HHH mi THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY, JUNE 21. 1920. " ' - fl I CINCINNATI AND CLEVELAND HOLD I PACE Brooklyn National Pitchers Un able to Check Western Vis itors, Lose Three Series. NEW YORK. June 20. The ability nf the Cincinnati Nationals and tho fltvoland Americans to maJotaln a winning pace against the eastern teams in the present interaecllonal merles hut onabled thm to retain the leadership of their Iwrun. Each dU poscd or It chief eastern rival, the Brooklyn National and the New York Americana, respectively, last week. RaJn Interfered with the schedule of toih league leaden. Tv Bruukln National pitchers have heen unable to check the we-itcm visitor. loslnr serlea to Conclnnatl. SI. Lou la and Chicago. 3U Louis' spec racular climb, which started In the west, met -with a surprising interrup tion In .Philadelphia, where the Quakers won thrc out of four. Both Chicago and Pittsburg have recovered from their loalng slumps. New York appears to be headed for last place, a the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 June 1920

It" I I 8 ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1920. ' , , . I I ICTIDM STRING I j North Standard and Silver I: I Shield in Largest Deals it at Salt Lake, H Trading on the Salt Lake Stock &. H j Minhix Exchange today was very quiet. H ; Silver Shield and North Standard were H practically the two heaviest traders of HI ' ihe day, SS00 shares oC the former H ! changing hands at 35c and closing H strong -With this price bid for it, while H 1 bOOO "shares of the latter sold at 3c, H 1 closing with -:Jic bid and no stock H : offered. Tintic Standard changed H hands from ?3.10 to 53.15, closing H i with $3.121, bid and $3.15 asked. Aha Tunnel sold at 5'C, Eureka H Lily was weaker, selling as low as H n 'f'fc nnd closing with Uie stock of j feicd at this price. Columbus Kexall H i brought 4 1c, New Quinoy changed H ! hands at 5c, Eureka Bullion sold at H 1 sc, Lmma Silver brought tii and 7c, H Prince Con. went at 32 and 32lc, . Sliver King Con. enanged hands at H I 514$, Sou...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 June 1920

. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY. JUNE 21, 1920. 9 1 1 FOR SALE I - I Real Estate J aru-ini-L -0-j1-X xrxnt-..-iur j-u-uWvrVii mm THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE roMPANT 4t Twwitj fourO 8t l-hon 2. HI 5OTM I room modern bungalow. KniH and rol roam In bmrnl. Xw lot nnd Rrt-n locate, on booeh on cor -r ltn- on half Mock ofj p renvoi. 5 cah; Ymnr JJi Mr month; I pr rent lnlrrt. JftMf tVro-m nkkWm bungalow Full - fT mnt tmantrnt; rfoM lmMry tuW in twMtntnt: l-t of hulh ftt i , Mfrea. bull -In feattir. on H Hie lot elo on bench, Term. room mo-Jrrn. Full b-mnt: hot V water ht: lt of fixture: Ore ; Mm, 0n. 4epng porch. An ham Located on bench. orth JltMA Trnv. I THE OUARANTV MORTGAGE , COMPANY M, 4l Twnty fourth H Phowe ; 3H42 7 room modern frame , Houw: P?1 I .iMro!; lrse kl: ctoe In: all apoctala . juitf. rrk-e 3Aft; ;7W down. 6-room atrtetly modern brick lwnHlow: I hot wil'r hewl: gum wood flnUn. hard mtd floors, nil modern convenience IMm 47900; JlOon down. S Pr month- j ALFRED B. STRATFORD...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 21 June 1920

I lj- g'tanftarb-Sxamiurr ' OGDm OTAH I NW ZEALAND IS MODELGOUNTRY No Poverty, No Millionaires, 1.' and No Trusts, Declares I Speaker at Chautauqua I How ihc dominion of Now Zealand j has eliminated poverty, banished mll H ! lionaires, kept out trusts, reduced the H ! cost of living and eliminated tho worry H I that coincs to many as old age ?p- , proachos vas told to a large audience H ' at the closing event of tho Chautauqua H ' last night by l.eila M. Blomfield, tho H . lecturer of tho evening. H Now Zealand's socialism or democ- H racy, the speaker says, represonts the B utmost in social and economic reform J thus far in the world's history. No- body is very rich there, she declared, H ' but there Is no destitution and evcry H I body 13 reasonably assured of a com H : fortable living. H ! Benefits to People H Among the features which makes H New Zealand stand apart alio cnumer H f tcd: H Public ownership of the railroads, HI - telegraph, power plants, waterworks, ' gasworks and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 June 1920

I IB FifTicth Year-No 157 pTT Rve cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 22, 1920. TASTEDITION -4 P. M. ' llH 1 DEMOCRATS INSIST M'ADOO MUST RUN I" PUBLISHER SAYS HE'LL NOMINATE! I ML GIF Increasing Rumble of Wet and Dry Movements Heard at San Francisco PROHIBITIONISTS WILL CONTROL, IS BELIEF Hotel Lobbies Begin to Hum With Pre-convention Po litical Conversation NEW YORK, .IiuiL Wllllnm ("Slbbs MeAdoo today wired Uur rlg A. Jenkins. Knnsns City clcrgy iiiiiii and ncw.sptiper publisher, re questing thnt Ills name not bo mir gested for the Democratic pi-osl-dcntinl nomination. The inrhJict wns H?nt on receipt of news that fMr. Jenkins hud announced Mr. ? n .mu.yijuo B name wiiuiu m- un-vu I In nomination nt San' EmncUco I with or without IiLs consent, fl "I urgently requested Mr. .Jen- I kins not to present my mime nt I tho convention," Mr. McAdoo snhl. I KANSAS CITY. Mo.. June 22. Burrls A. Jenkins, clergyman nnd publisher of the Kansas City Post, ls bucd u- positive. statement...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 June 1920

II THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1920. Chlidresi ry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signa ture of Ohas. H. Fletcher, and has hecn made under his personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-Kood" are but experiments, and endanger tha health o'Ohildren Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It de stroys Worms and allays Eeverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief o ' Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Trou bles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and J3oyr els, assimilates the Food, giving liealthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. The Kind Yu Have Always Bought J$ Bears the Signature of In Use vet- SO Years 7MC CdVTAOA ...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1920. 3 pi For Years of j II Perfect Music I Ka Every day In the year you can sum- gj IjSaf 1 mon the world's best music and ; . a your Victrola vill last a lifetime. 11 THE OLA I Iffl ct yurs now $4.00 down, or jj lUSfl more, will put it in your home. j Pecjaummer Terms $ I"" BRISTOL HEADS . UTAH MiS1 Otjden Man Takes Prominent Part in Convention Opening j at Atlantic City ATLANTIC CITY. X. J., June 22. A prominent part is being taken by tho Utah delegation In the eleventh annual convention of Rotary clyba. which opnod here today with nearly 4 000 Rortarlnns In attendance. Led by Ralph IC. Bristol, of Ogdcn. Incom ing governor of tho twelfth district, which includes Utah, tho delegation buntts into Atlantic City In great At tho railroad station tho delegates wore afforded k reception which they "will not forgot soon. The Glee club 1" of the agricultural college comprising twenty-ono members rendered several eelactlons which wore loudly...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 June 1920

1 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1920. I THE STAND ARD-EXAMINERi ' PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered a Second-ClasG Matter at the Poistofflce, Ogden, Utah. Eotabllshed 1370 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Asaociated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning" without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH .' "76,Sp& ONE YEAR . . . $9.00. -; ggg MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper nnd also the local ncwi published herein. i BORAH IS DISCONSOLATE. ! Arriving in Salt Lake City yesterday, Senator "W. E. Borah of i Idaho submitted to an interview in which lie said there is a grow- ' ing desire among the people of the United States for a new political I "The success of any third party," Mr. Borah continued, "de- ! pends entirely upon the platform it adopts and the candidates it jl ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 June 1920

I HE UGDLN SI ANDARD-EXAMNEjTUESDAY, JUNE 22. 1920. 5 M J I, liOVE and MARRIED HFEi tnj. the noted, author I ' jjgfe M Glone Gibson j IKATTIKUIXIv TF-hKC.itAPIIS .IOII.V. Th whole truublo with jnoBt of vv inolm women in tht ne do not Uke jtatur Into consideration a should. Mn do thU unconaciotwly. They eonUlr the matertl wide of life first -w try to Ignore It, and tht In the raon why w never a"lt undmKAixl re)i other. With h man physical emo llM oom first, porhHDA they hould, while woman trie to put a!dc thla Inalterabla law and fool her self into -thinking that her spirit or Prhap her mind the greatest In fluaooe of her life. W mud be a trinity w.womon If w would u happy. We must be oul. mind and body, well rounded. If we hare too much soul we trill alwayn ho vary much hurt by the world'a hard . knock. Jf we have too many material emotions we ru npt to he unhappy unleae itomeono Is alwayii flattering u. If we make ounelvem all mind wo lose the very joy of life which la the chlld- I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 June 1920

f . Trousers Wr "jfUST the. thing for Holiday and I , U spprt wear. We have them in I QJ? pjjjn white, in fancy pencil I stripes and in all the popular light- . H ' weight materials. , H , Wc are especially featuring the H ! flannel, because of its dressy appeax- H ; ance and its possibilities of being ; used on so many summer occasions- i I Mil I II .iZL"i -' ri mn in-i-rnfr n viassxtxjrKsana.-mt-t sjj3zsivsM.UJ-ixmaT3i3UX.vrtr I I AWlRlcAN-MAm BREAD I SbSBHHSS0RDER from YOUR QROCERmEsaaai CAR BARGAIN ! A splendid buy In n sport 1919 model i Paige five passenger, In excellent con- dltlon. Chenp for cash. Sec It at Utah Auto &. Tractor Co.. 2331 Hud son Avenue. I "ti,! B in ill Ill i Jf , 1 For Subscription and Advertising Department, Call Phono No. 56. j I RANDOM REFERENCES Better Car Service. Owing to tho H' increasing patronage at the Utah Hot H' Springs the car service to the springs i i has been increased. The former Satur- day and Sunday schedule now prevails Hi throughout...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. TUESDAY, JUNE 22, h920. 7 ' 1 i '-' 1 1 biiii j ji i i li . m m I TIS JPRKE FISH YARN WEATHER MAN WINNER HE'S NAMED AFTER BASS ITh opening of th fishing won t alrmr brings to the urtac IU crop at flh tot1 nd tru tort-. but Ifeti bunch of city hall employe wtto )tUnd to Charlie B&m. local weitli nr obowrvr thta morn In it. trly ad-'- it ratltled to frrat credit aa . jrhrynmut and an Inventor. Thaw v) doubted th yarn and Mild o. ftrr roahty rebuked and cennorntl oy ( Trile, who xld. "Jt t an tree aa I a u rtAitdlttg here. Anrway I am enti tled to be a good fUhermaM. A ruh wma named after me." Jinny "Venn Aco. "It happened many yearn ago In the Adirondack mounUini," Charlie -ld, "when lar trput roamel In thee , , ecrocmn and where the lancn owa weru darned aunpletouM of thlnw they at. At a certain pool near h bridge fin ormen had Men a hugs trout In the -water, hot the flan would take no hind of ball." "li waa the hope of ovary fltihcrman la the territo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 June 1920

HH H 8 1 HE OGDEN 5TANPAKU-EXAMJNER. TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1920. ' I 11 R M By C. Gardner Sullivan Directed by Fred Nzblo i Luxury Splendor Richei I Temptation Conquest. P I Rcgcnerntion ' 0 G D E N " THEATRE "As Cool as the Ole' Swimmin' Hole" I Fair Weafa Tonight; Brief Showers Expected "Fair tonight and tomorrow with the exception of brief showers." This was the weather prediction which reached Ogden this morning from the United States werther bureau. Yesterday's temperature- equalled that of the hottest day this year,. the mercury rising to 88 degrees. The same point was reached on June 7. on I OPERA CONDUCTED AT T.OSS. BUDAPEST. June 2. The National Opera has been conducted at such a big- loss that the state has decided to turn it over to private interests. City's Portable Asphalt Ma chine Filling in Holes in Road Motorists coming from the mouth of, Ogden canyon smiled and exhibited1 delight when they saw a crew of men with the city's portable asphalt ma chlno filling: in all depre...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 June 1920

BBBBBBBJBBBBBBBBBBBJBJBJBBBBBBBBBBBBJBJBBBIBBBJBJBBBBB a THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 22. 192G. I ifl 1 II lill 1 I Mil I Mil 1 ' IATHLETES FIICE BOSIESTPERIOD -Avcnpic Tryouts in Nearly a sWe of Sports Due in Near Future, m jack visiock. : Iniurnnlfocuil .N'ews Sport Ins ldltor. SaY YUKK. June 25. Athlete1 throughout th country art facing an; extremely active period. boginning thei Uiat week In June. Olympic try out scheduled In nearly i&eore of aiiorts will be held In van-' 00 tactions of the country. Trial, both Motional and flnat. In track and f! athletics, boxing. wretllu$. ' swimming, cycling, shooting, rowing and other aporta will bo hold to dolor-: intno filial aoleclioiia of representa tive of tilts country who will compete j at Antwerp. Socrotary Frederick W. ttublen of thu American Olympic commlttou, has prepared a revised chedulii of tryouts, which list competitions In all parl ofi the United Statu. In soma cae the fin for th.. Irlnl Yti.m l.....r In! I...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 22 June 1920

H 10 OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY. JUNE 22. ivzu. I Silver King Con. and Silver Shield Drop During Exchange Dealings Trading' in mining stocks today on the Salt Lake Stock fc Mining Ex change continued quiet with no partic ular features. The trend of the mar ket ttas-a little downward, particu larly noticeable In Silver King Con. and Silver Shield, the former changed hands at $1.35 while the latter open ed at 33c and sold off to 33 Vic, clos ing with only 32 bid and 3-lc asked. Columbus Itcxall also weakened to a certain extent, changing hands as low as 43c. Tintic Standard was again very active today and showed some strength, opening at $3.l7,i and sell ing up to $3.20, but closed with only , ?3 15 bid and $3.20 asked. -1C00 shares changing hands during the dny. Alta Con. brought 1 V and lc, Big Hill went at 6c, Colorado Con. chang cd hands at 4c, East Tintic Coal, was lather active and sold up to 2c. Kcy " stone brourrht Sic. Howell changed II hands at 5Mc, Slay Day was active...

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