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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 July 1920

Hi' H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY JULY 7. 1920. 3 B Last Time Today f .Bj rwmiflcf 'i( ( i V BP 7 ' MIX-UPS AND ) REAL STUNTS. HE NEVER FAKES y path7: news"" K CGDEN THEATRE Thurtday Gladys Brockwell in "White Lies" I. PLOTS TO ROD I SHIPS CHARGED Detectives Say They Have Un- 1 covered Wholesale Pillaging on Atlantic Liners J : -i W FORK July 6 total of an alleged conspiracy by seamen to com-' A mil wholesale robberies aboard mn? y. Atlantic linen on the inch seas were ' dlM losed bj plei det clivea in i ourl 'J i re al .1 b ai Ing In th ca a ol thn sailors rhnrged with Mealing cloth 1 from the ptnmshlp Belgic which ar- rived here today. h Detective S. J. Junlevy testifier he H believed from $3,000,000 to $5,000,000 H worth of merchandise had been Stolen P from .steamships of the International' Bj Mercantile Marine daring the lasl year b bands by organized thieves. Reports J. have been received from nil parts of V the country that esses Of goods con- j signed from Europe ...

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. — 7 July 1920

4 IHL OCDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY JULY 7, 1920. I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER ! PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered Second-Class Matter at the Poetofflce. Ogden. Utah. Etabllhed 1373 Member of the Audit Eureau of Circulation and the Associated Pres An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun J lay morning: without a muzsle or a club. Subscription in Advanoe ! ONE MONTH .Tt dg3S33feeJ ONB YEAR W.00-- Cggggl) MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Ic exclujlvely entltlod to ttm uie for republication of any news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local nei published herein. THE DEMOCRATIC ROW Bryan's grouch grows time goes on. The "Gonnnoner" is ro einbittered againsl Wilson that he cannot on the eve of a national election, restrain himself. In liis letter from San Francisco on Tues day he soul . Was it not humiliation enough to the party to have a Democratic Jresiden1 ail silrnt in the White House and take no part in the grcatcaj mora vict...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 July 1920

H ShSS i I I IHL OGPEN Si ANDARD-EXAMiNEK, V, .LUNESDAY JULY 7, 1920. 5 I I IlLOVE and MARRIED LIFE 1 toq. the noted author m j Idah MGlone Gibson I MMO s mom ! v. I nollco'l. however, thai John was H doiei-ralned not to find any fault with B me on any subject, and again I bleseed my biby, for I thought probably ah" rS would frikr him f P me In the future n) sho waa doing H W.i it are we going to do with th's ItljOM, Kitherlne'.'" uskod John. H "Why. wn are not going T" do any- thing w!th It. John." I answered. "It H Isn't ours; is Mary's." B ''Don't you think we might put It H Into the new house and turn the house LTrsvlB ' ' BflK I think It would look - rv stronge PAyV' ' money. John, so much so that you nre Hssfl v-urrylng about the payments on thai PaVM PH "So," nniwornl John sluwlv. "it Ju?t PPV occurred 10 Hi that it would be cry PPP nice to pay off the house Immediate-' H My he-art sank, as I understood that PPAi this was not what John was thinking PPM about at nil. The thing...

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. — 7 July 1920

e THE OGDEN qT. D RP-EX AM INI'.R WEDNESDAY JU1 Y 7, 1920. l CARNIVAL TO ARRIVE HERE 1 TODAY; TO RUSH UNLOADING SBBBBBSsa ' JwMytlwyfct ' . - The big Clarence A Wortham shows which come to Ogden to pre- j I ( sent the American Legion carnival for the Herman Baker Post No. 9, H American Legion, arc expected to ar- i 111 rive in this city late tins afternoon The shows will at once start unload- ! f- ing, probably at Becker's spur track, j near Twentieth and Lincoln streets. j and transferring the caravels or won H ders to Lorin Fait Park for their 1 engagement of five days and nights. . Safety first has been the byword H of the railroad company and the H show folk In the long run from Reno. H with its maze of grades and CUrVM H The shows are east-bound after hav- H ing a most successfully built up a H wonderful reputation In California H the northern part of which state they H played for the first time this 86a- IKNt.F. l s RICB WOMEN PR -TK E ECONOMY; SHOPS SI I Fl R (Bj Internationa...

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. — 7 July 1920

I I I THE OGDEN ST A NDAKD-EX A MINER, WEDNESDAY JULY 7, 1920. 7 t &l 1 n 'ft ycfta: T. f I ' jfJI hV AB&x9 vi tJ (Rf(fe 'I iMttiB Erf riy y I 1' nchud anos DACKARD PIANOS are unlike any instrument in the world. Because they are made by master piano-makers, 1 who have learned to impart the harmony of their hearts to the pianos they make. As a result, you are able to have a Pack- ard Piano, at a price within reach, which is of superior appearance and tone. So well are Packard Pianos made, their tone improves with the years. Come in today and see for yourself what marvelous music flows from Packard Pianos. I GLEN BROS.-ROBERTS PIANO CO. 2472 Hudson Ave. Phone 181 (A) Ad No. 20A 2 col x 9 in NP Railroad Officials En Route From Coast E. N. Hurley, director of the Chi cago Oreat Western railroad ac companied by his family will arrive In Ogden tomorrow at 6:20 o'clock from the Snn Francisco Democratic convention In his private car. 1910' Mr. Hurley and family will spend a i few ho...

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. — 7 July 1920

3 THR QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY JULY 7, 192G ' I Thousands of Congratulatory ' Messages Piled Up Today in Newspaper Office. DAYTON. O., July 7 Governor mmw Cox. the Democratic candidate 1 president, was busy today at ; rmpcr office trying to rea J a portion ! ,,f Ihe thou-ail.ls f ongTatUltttOrj telegrams which liuve been pouring In since his nomination, bio arrived at the office, at t:30. fresh ani ener Kettc. 1th him perusing the leK Krams was Colonel George H. Wood, his former adjutant-general nt.ARS PROM M7ADOO. Among the congratulatory telc I prams received was one from William fl G. McAiloo. his chief opponent for the H nomination. ll Bald H i' eon- gratulutlons and assurance of my cor- Another from Carter Glass, s.vrc- ' tary of the treasury, said: "Plea:;o ac copt mv congratulations on your :ioin , Inatlon." Vice President an I Mrs. I I .Marshall also -ciit congratul it ions . 1'ranUlin i. Roosevelt, the vice presidential nominee, aent the follow -Ing telegram In re...

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. — 7 July 1920

ISn S JBHJBIijHIl I . HI' I B THE OGDEN STANDARD EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY JULY 7. 1920 f Pacific Coast League I Salt Lake 52 -7 . in Angele 52 3 .57 41 .49 "akland 40 14 .43 -Vnttle 17 52 41 Jgftaj Vessel Bf " cramonto -'. Ban Kraneinro I. to Series Lai t Loi - k i- l Hb Vernon 1. at Portland ggagaVf Oakland 0. at Seattle 1. BacntmantQ l. at fUn Francisco 0. Bf Bees Lose to Angels H in One Sided Coesi j LOB AKOKLB8. Jttlj The Been B j i I I rirtt r i mi "i the erlee played new H nK u to Th-- diamond nrnaKe oekad Washington Park and In ev erj mannai the tilt was ana-aided with the visitors helplessly outclassed. If , u rat On and Baum ware both hit hard gB bj th. local lunar whl Thomas on j the slab for the locnln was In rare R II B.I Salt Lake . t a Lot Angelea 1 - 1 1 , WkM tim Batterlei Thuraton, Baum and If mM . Tigers Blank Beavers jA in Fast Feature Game PORTLAND. July 7 Vernon open H id a seven-game series against the H Beaveri hire yesterday, winning by a H score of 2 to o. By win...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 July 1920

I i I Democracy Under Latter Day Leaders Reviewed By Expert i By MARTIN H. GLYNN, r I HE third and last article of this series on "The Ups and Downs of Dcmoc racy" taken us from Cleveland to Wil L, sen such a sweep as would require the ataccato pen or Kipling to do It Justice within reasonable spare But Inasmuch as Cleve land was the first-Democrat to occupy the White Hone since the civil war. Inasmuch as the incidents of latter day Democracy are better known to the readers of to-dny than In Cleveland's lime, we will give the most " space In this article to Cleveland though we H Shall nlso touch on Hill. Bryan and Wilson. I first met Grover Cleveland while I was a boy In college. Mv father wanted to be Postmaster of the little hamlet wherein we lived The "machine1 was ngr.lnst him He railed me home to help. The political bOM of the locali'i wa not an early rlaer. One morning while h" lolled In the land of nod 7 CUrrlefi around the village and secured the signatures - moat of the res...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 July 1920

A Sfl II THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. W EDNESDAY JULY 7, 1920. 11 I . . FOR SALE 1 f Real Estate H KORXT seres ln In alfalfa at hsnrslr H Will ink Iti if imnff modern fains'0' 2V 'i 1 H ' 'ALf POPS' j homn fn.1 farina for aaU K city nrxl ronnlrv Ml alzoi. 12.00" ' M tTJ.AOrt Mr rlirnal. aoll and watei H l.srre Hat and pictures rrM Cnimln Co H 2l Van N) H'dg.. Uoa ASNJSlea ''j.. H rooviVi hrn nine room. n1-v fur B nlshed. for aale 1". Twent) fifth S I j AX J oWNm kterVMSg eft) Will ll ctlSS p. 01 HH term, new T room hoi near ii''n H wood: I 12 arrea orchard and rrd- H 'th -r. r. alao rhlf-keni and plgf Pbon. L I I . :'! s Tin QUARANT1 MORTAGE " 41C 24th St Phone 20 -Ml S3.100 4 R rn m modern hwnaralow. ! B 5x1 4T House In vood condl H Hon Beat of hath fixture !o H rated thrv h'ork from Wnah H Inrton Ave . on hnch Ideal lo 'MJl . atloi. l.i w.-irth J2 Term H N JSJ) v ROOM r od. rn Lrlck Cement . H haaemrnl Oirnc "ot .t. i CLlW hrat Unlit in Vn KH irtral home for rood l.-d fam a and an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 July 1920

1 M,.y itItoZmittrj I Two suits in one--at one low Wear a blue serge coat with white trousers now correct for summer evenings. Lav 3"our blur- serge pants away until fall, and you'll get double wear out of your new blue serge suit. SPECIAL BLUE SERGE 147.50 Tailored by hand In jour ' measure, giving the Uil , beatable Dundee fit nnd stylo. A regular $60 qual ity, for a short time, at the special price of $47.50. Reduced prices on all suitings Dundee's unusual sale 1') per cent off on all weaves must end soon Don't delay ordering, lie measured today OWEN BENNETT, Prop. On Hudson Ave. by the Alhambra Theater HI Danes to Celebrate Hi Reteni of SdJeswig ! Friday, July 9, will he celebrated H i throughout tho world i n o of H I Danish descent. The celebration will H I be ob.-erved in America, and all per- H 1 6ons of Danish descent are urged to H 1 fly both tho American flag and the H Danish flag side by side on that date. I The act of the k.ng of Denmark In fj' signing reincorporation a...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 July 1920

1 FftetM Vesr-wo. its. pTf ,e cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 8, 1920 LASTEDITION 4 P. M. GIRLS JOIN ARMY TO HELP SAVE POLAND I I, NEGRO'S CHARGES STARTLE PROBERS O V V V V V V V I NEW PART! CANDIDATES GROOMED I WILD USE NUDE I OF SLUSH FUND 1 GEORGIAN SAYS yjp Negroes Who. Vote Republican r iV Ticket Mysteriously Disap pear, He Tells Senators A PALMER'S CAMPAIGN IS UNDER SCRUTINY Committee Will Move to St. Louis to Hear Witnesses on Expenditures CHICAGO. July 8. The senate com-1 mittee Investigating campaign ST- pendltures completed lis work In Chicago today by eamlnlng Henry Lincoln Johnson, negro Republican ' national committ' man from '.'rxli and manager of the LoWdfid I unpalgn ! In that stale. The committee will leave tonight for St. Louis, when.- Investigation of Attorney-General Palmer! campaign for tho Democratic procidentia! nom ination will i pehed tomorrow. Johnson continued tin- statement "t r10. the Lbwden campaign treaaurei that' k lie had receive? 9,Vv ...

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

j z THE OGDEN S I ANOAKD-LXAMINER. I HlKbUAY, jult c, 1920. I! IIMELXS i Elaborate Floats From 35 States Feat'jre Paneanl J Scene in Chicago I CHICAGO. July 8 The Hencvil-nt I and Protective Order of Ellka closed I die third day of lis week'. convention here with a parade nnd pageant which wus viewed by thousands of Chlca foir', as It proceeded thrniicli the downtown fluartor and along Michi gan avenue. The line of march was brilliantly decorated and illuminated. Thirty five states were represented by elab- orate floats, prepared at. a cost of 175,000, while cowboys, crnck drill teal is. ion hands. decorated sutomo- bill and delegations of Klks from all pniis of the country. e;trh group In a distinctive uniform or costume added io the show. Grand lodge offVccr and Judges, I who solected the prlM winning floats occupied a stand en Michigan avenue. REMEMBER OLD PAI B Yesterday's meeting of the grand lodge was marked by memorial ser vice for the 1,0.17 Elks who died in ihr world war an...

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. — 8 July 1920

I THE OCDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY", JULY 6. 1020. 3 I ' Ogden Cadets at I Camp Kearny Enjoy Life; Feeling Fine How the 0den Hlich school boys H t Camp Kearny are hehavlnr. nh.it B they nr dolnif and the chnc their H parents may expect In them upon their H return from the sun Bias to BBeaa In all B told In th folliiwlnK article from the H Kim Dlejo I'nion: H It's a larjfo. cipansivf life. If you H don't allow you mi If to hecome rnfee- H bled. And how a man could crow 1 ITMlMff on the Ft. O. T. C. rcgrlm nt H Camp Kearny I can't Imagine. Nom H r the thousand or more -olWirc and 1 VL high school men I saw there H showed any signs of it. Surround! Hp' w - ,1, WwW lns, vacant since the lute war ended, H - the R. O. T. C. area was humming B " with life th rhythmic crunch Of B; marching feet, the clatter of rlfle.s. the B barked out commands, the blare of 1, mllltury music all combined to set 1 hi- (dace alive with the old war-tlmc -tt-H mosphere. H3 It was a treat to go out to camp...

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. — 8 July 1920

r i 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY. JULY S, 1920 i THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY entered SI Sccond-Clasi Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden. Utah. Established 1870 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 75JSfev) ONE YEAR . W.0P....qjgggJ' H MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press l& exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any news credited to It not othervwlae credited In this paper and also the local ni published herein, , 1 I HOW TO KEEP YOUNG In an article on lne; life, ll.vkin reaches the conclusion that there is no fixenl nilo of living, other than the observance of the (?en en) rnlPs of sanitation, which will prolong life, Bill he observes that modern Living i extending the average lit' When Pilgrim lathers lancled on this continent, the average length of life was 20 ypar-;, ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 July 1920

THt UGDEN STANDARD-EX AMiNER. THURSDAY, JULY 81920 5 11 :t LOVE and MARKED Wi .;. m fcu, the noted author 1 ill L Mah MSGlone Gibson j Ml THE OLD STRUGGLE. I'm tired." I said I felt thr.t I fmm could not quarrel With John and 1 notwithstanding his good resolution fiV Ills temper was fast ncarlng the I breaking point The nurse, hearing V my remark, came toward the bed. t "I think Mr, Gordon should sleep fl a while," she .said. T'M "All right," Said John. and he T Med toward the door with iltc H baby's check in hi hand 1st 1 "John, I would like to filve that check to Charles witli the request flflf that he invest it for Mary,v 1 said, 'if iioldinp out my hand. ,"Vou will do nothing of the kind," ho answered roughly. "1 am the father of Mary (if you are going to call her Mary) and as such 1 am her guardian. According to the laws 1 of this stale, as long as 1 live and she is under age " "John Gordon do you mean to say HH that I shall have no oicc in the sJJjy guardianship of my child as...

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. — 8 July 1920

6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY, JULY 3. 1920. I iwiibbmiii i bm TIT' ' " ' " n ii 1 1 m t-mt m- tiibi i n -iiisssssssssjiii i i a wu n m iip M I CROPS IKING i GOOD PROGRESS Light Showers Throughout ! State Material Aid to General Growth Progress of crops under Irrigation in Utah has been excellent during the past week, according to the weakly report of the United States department of agriculture Light showers, scxl-1 1 lered throughout the ltat iid d ma I terlalb in the growth of crops and In range conditions, especially In the vi cinity of Blanding and ModenS, A growing need for men' rain, however, Is being felt In all parts Ot the itatt i Sugar beets are in flrst-i last condi tion, with the thinning well ilong Po tatoes, peas and other truck are dome; well. The earlier kinds of fruit ir' fast disappearing Apples, V U1 other late fruit? are well along Il.it estlng Is reported as beginning In many of the north'-in counties of the; state with the grain almost ripe enough to ...

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. — 8 July 1920

H iBaaaLal THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, IHUKSDAY, JULY P, ivzu. ' ' 7 ;y Clark's July I Clearance Sale I COMMENCES FRIDAY, JULY 9th. If Announcing the lowest prices on quality Sum- m mer Footwear for all the family. IT f . This Sale affords the one big opportunity of the season to count dol lars saved on every pair of shoes. Everything right up to the minute in style and, of course, the usual Clark high standard of quality. m LADIES' PUMPS 1 H f All high heel pumps, includ Another excellent line Brown 6 wpjtf&fy Jm Ing the Cnppendorf and Jo anrj black I Id and black pat l. k x ' hannson Bros black patent, ent pumps Conservat.vely J J and black and brown vlci. valued at $8 50 Sale nee & rV H ""J"$6.85 $4.85 ''Z'j . I MISSES WHITE CANVAS SHOES SOMETHING NEW FOR tfIG MISSES Brown and black oxfords. These have just Extra fine canvas shoes for misses and big arrived and are the most popular oxford for fl misses. Sizes 8' 2 to 11 $2.68 misses right now. Special sale price ; Sizes ...

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. — 8 July 1920

1 W W H d ;k:-;; 9 I I Dr. Simms, the Brain Specialist and -jS0M- v i ' I I Student of Physiognomy, Dies and ' ' 'vL.,-Jj I I - Leaves His Skull and Its it. K3T " Vs J H I Contents to His Fellow Brain ClilZLz l--- I I Specialists to Dissect and Study Mi if '"A e Mor Cmt of E,pe.iay L 7 T 1 .1 3 Interested the Late Dr. Simms BecaUM They Were Under the Microscope I A . - the Human Fo f?, C .! r- ., CIENCE understands fairly well the working of the machinery of tho ! human .body so far as heart, lungs, stomach, kidneys and most of the other important organs are concerned. But inside the hony shell of the skull is the noblest and tho most mysterious of all the hrnln. Unfortunately, science knows ' very little about the brain, the most im- portaut of nil the organs of the human ?ody, From the earliest time the brain has fceen the subjert of Interest to mankind. Savages realized the importance of the brain and by observation arrived at many crude but fairly accurate guesses as to tho simp...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 July 1920

BkS' HI I I THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY. JULY 8, 1920. . ! HARDS OUT COIN I III W LONG I : Reporter Paints Interesting I Picture of Tom Lipton I Grooming Yachts XKW YORK July 8 There's a lit. M tlo bit of Ireland floating off thl Jcr sey coast and Its ruler Is a familiar H flgurs In yachting flannels and cap. Its Sir Thomas Lipton and his "jiavy" HH six craft strontr Invading the Unit- HB, cd States to capture the America's cup HH In a yachtsmen's battle off Sandy HH Hook this month. HH The man io whom a large patch of HH water is mi alien sight think of the HH cup races as a few impromptu Jousta i between a cbuplt of vailing sloops HH' HFhfdh COSl a mite more than the avc-r- HH age man can afford. He doe not real- HH Ize that these yachts and their crews HI have to ro through a period of train - tng as lonp as that of any football Et team a,d a thousand times more H7 costly. Hj pun ha or charter Sir Thoinaa lias auiaaaed his fleet, in .iddition to H the challenger. Shamro...

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. — 8 July 1920

10 THE OGDEN S I'ANDAKD-LXAMINER. THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1920. ITINTIG STANDARD DROPS SLIGHTLY Columbus Rexall and Tmtic Central Show Activity in Salt Lake Trading today In mining stock.-" on the Salt Lake Stock A Mining I 3k changc was again rnlaer :ictie with Tintic Standard belnc the market leader The general trend s.-emed to be Blight lv upward In all Issues ex cepting Tlntlc Standard which depre ciated In value. This stock closed yes t. iaay around $3. To. this morning It opened at $3 6U and sold oft to $o'.3T la, losing with 53.36 bid and $" 1 0 asked, 1.S50 shares changing hands during the day. Among the lew to show the liieutesi strongtn ucie Columbus Bex-! nil and Ttntlc Central, the former sell iiiK up to lie, while the latter opened :-i Jc and sold as high as 2 vie. closing With only bid for It Antelope Star brought H'K Hill changed Hands at 4c. Columbus Recall -old up to -ISe, Laly West ch.anr.ed ! Uaflda it $4 15. Howell sold from SV to 6c. May Day sold up to 8c, Mlchi-I fan...

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