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

FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 16. 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 Keep your Baby in the fresh air. 1 Nature works the same with the 1 child as with the plant. Transplant a flower from your gar l den and bring it indoors, away from the air and sunshine and watch it lose its strength and beauty. A baby, like a plant, needs all the fresh air it can get during the sum mer. Don't keep the little one indoors these nice days when for a few dol lars you can purchase a kiddie koop in which you can leave the baby on the porch or in the yard without fear , of it toddling into danger. Think of the time you a mother jSKJfj will save in a day if you can attend to H A your household duties without inter- Y ruption and leave the child in the fresh sunshine with its toys. ; f We have a complete line of chil- dren's furniture which will minimize the time you must spend with the baby and we shall be glad to demon strate any of these articles at any time. wfi 22,000 Tourists Here .1 During Month of June BH ...

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. — 16 July 1920

- TH THE OGDlN STANDARD-LXAM1INLK FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 16, 1920. 101 I ' f NATIONAL LEAGUE srWDING OF TEAMS Won Lost Pol Brooklyn 49 33 .59b Cincinnati 44 33 GYI Pittsburgh S9 36 .520 St. Louis 40 4 0 Son New York 37 41 47 1 Chicago . . 39 4 1 .470 Boston 31 39 .44?. Philadelphia 31 40 437 YESTERDAY'S REST LTS Boston 8 nt Pittsburgh 9 Philadelphia 4 nt Cincinnati B. Brooklyn 4 at Chicago 3 (10 In nings ) No others scheduled. 0 I BROOKLYN TAKES I LflST0F SERIES Pittsburg Defeats Boston and Philadelphia Trims Champions I CHICAGO, Julj 1" (National) Brooklvn hit Bailey hard in the fourth Inning tOdaj and won the flnn: game of the series from Chicago four to B three. The visitors bunched hits In two innings off Vaughn for tfceir first two runs. The locals managed to He the score In the ninth. A rail) In the tenth drove Mnrquarcl off the mound, but Smith stopped them. Store. Brooklvn . .101 010 000 2 4 9 0 Chicago .. .000 000 101 0 3 10 3 Batteries Marqunrd Smith and El I Uott. Vaughn, B...

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. — 16 July 1920

iii--i-llS- , . Bu FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 16, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 9 " I Early Fall Hats .'kyfffe A Charming Collection of I New Taffeta I r,. " Satin Hats jflr The last word in Early Fall Hats I for July and August wear Our buyer is in the east, and has bought a choice line of these early hats. We have just unpacked and put them on display. 1 COME AND SEE THEM g LAST & THOMAS H MILLINERY DEPARTMENT F iirtlim! I Complete Plans For I "Fathers' and Sons " I Vacation in Canyon I V Vacatlonis'a numlnTinn more lluwi i COO arc expected io leave ' gden early July 2 2 to take part In the Fathers r( and Sons' " outing in South Fork canyon. This number will be Increased to several hundred on July 24, the closing day of the outing when mothers and sister- : i r. 1 Other women-' folk from the city take advantage of I the holiday for a day In the mdun-j I tains. ! Arrangements have been made to' establish! vOHey-ball courts swings, play -grounds, camp 'K-, ii-nij and a swimming ho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 July 1920

- THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 16, 1920." 9 MORE ACTIVITY I IN LOCAL LIST ! Keystone and Tintic Standard Sell Lower on the Salt Lake Exchange LA Trading this morning In mining stocks on the Suit Lake Stock A: Min- tuff Exchange way a Mil If morn active ttiin it has been for Hi- nst week ' The gmcrai trend mi slightly down wardi being most noticeable In Key atone and Tlntlr- Standard. The for mer opened at 7 6c and sold as low as 7 Jr. closing with onlv 70c bid (01 It The latter opened strong nt 18.46 but weakened before the close. Changing fM hands as low as $3.37Va and closing MM with ibis price bid tor it and s 40 W n.ked. Columbus Kexall also sold off from 47 to 46c. Alta ".m h..M "t ."i Alta Tun a TS uc-l changed hands at 4 '2 and ic. Lm Daly West brought $4 17's and $4 20. Howell chanced hands ;.; 6 -. V.nl driver brought 4' . Kun k.i .ilm-s sold m at 6c. Eurc-kn Bullion brought 8Ve, I'rlnce Con. old it 3Ui S.IIm . hanged M bunds at 8VlOi Silver King was a l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 July 1920

'! FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 16, 1920. THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER I j FOR SALE mUB Real Estate W 00t0t00t0t0t000l00t090t0i0t0i00tt 0t00Wttt00M H WHY Invent In Speculative Stocks v nrn ;--W vou rn bUJT Real Batata, "the baala of nil vH taaalth". nt rrle mentioned below T H 100 nrroj on Sond Ridge above govern- B mint nracnul. under proposed 'High Dine t'anal." which l.t practically assured. M When water Is aecured this land will be .rH worth a lArR sum of money vve arc of- ,-9MM ferlng this tract of land at the very IB price of $35 00 per aera, Will pay (rood H f intercut on monev Invested In dry farm j -rops. Von can nee rrln growing on the . property now Act quick; this barnm will not last lone jmm 30 acres (rood soil small pasture, rrops t MM will speak for Its quality. Good watei r rtuht. house and other Improvements Taj ! prlC Is $9,000. which Is low. I.et us sblw- mM , on this place and you be the Judge " "l 'fiUfM ccept Offden Cliv property If It Is priced AM ''ph! f, acres good l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 July 1920

I I LADIES SHOULD SEE THIS AND ; I BRING THE HUSBAND I I BIGCREAM I I U 11 gli n 1 f ' I DOROTHY GISH I X If 21 A ParamountArtcraft Picture J J .11 It Jl U t If you wore a bride and saw your husband kissing v. another woman just what would you do? i . 1 ! !"??-'--:?!::":.' :??? 1 I Of course you would' All of that 3rd more! I J& Come and sec what this bnde did And lauglf till you I ache at sonic brand new angles on the delicate art of $ trrining hubbies & I ALSO SUNSHINE COMEDY UTAH THEATRE pSg I NEW UNIT FOR SLC MILLS Erection of Additional Grain Elevator to Start Early Next Year Plans for an additional grain ele vator for the Globe Grain & Milling company are now fa the hands of ar chitect, according to J 11. Waugh, construction engineer of the company The new storage structure will have a capacity of MJO.fiOft bushels giving the company a total of 1,250,000 bush els when the new unit Is completed. Work on the new structure Will be started during the enrh pari of 1921 ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 July 1920

He 1 F.ft.eth Yar-No, iiT Pr.ce Five cent. OGPEN CITY, UTAH SATURDAY EVENING, JULY T77 1920. jL 4 P. mT I I RIVAL FACTIONS CLASH IN CHINA if 3 JAPANESE DENY j INTERFERING IN PEMBLES Foreign Military Commanders Study Situation With Di- rj vided Interest. REPORTS OF FIGHTING DECLARED TO CONFLICT Heavy Casualties Rumored As Chihle Army Attacks Anfu Troops. PEKING. July 1G. (By Wireless '.c Tien Tsln) By The Associated Press) Fighfjng between troops oi the rival factions occurred (odaj it Kwanhun. thirty mil- south f Peking, Numbers of wounded are arriving hero, The city itself is eiuiel, but wire anil rail communication with Tien Tsln has I been interrupted. Tho mediators sent out In an effort to reconcile the Ci ntending parties have returned lo Peking, their mis sion ha lut? Called SITU vnov STUDIED L TIEN TS1N, July 1'. i My The Aa soclatiMi i'ii.-: i - the foreign military I commanders here arranged today to dispatch a truin during the a 1 1 raoou to Van Tfluti. on tin- ra.lwav Ime...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 July 1920

. . i m I Hi m L FHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1920. I SPEAKER GAINS I HITTipOIORSi ! Whales His Way From Fourth; 1 to Second Place in One Week CHICAGO, July 17. As a result of H - a senatlnn1 batting drive. Trls H Speaker, manager of ihe Cleveland In-1 B iltans. today threatens to oust Georgfl Sisler. tr flr.it baseman with St H Louis, from tin- belting leadership of the Amcilcan league H Speaker wnalea Ins from H fourth place to second within a week, H driving oui eighteen hits ight H games, and boosting Ma uv.-rasc from S85 to ,403, Slsler's '"( Jot Ja- kson, tn Chicago slugger, li I trailing Speaker wh h an average ol H 9, while Babe' Kuth, the home-, I i run king, dropped trom fourth place with mark ot .892.1 H Kuth was batting ,186 a week ago. 1 Ruth, in addition to his H home-run drive. Is leading the league H in scoring, having crossed the plate H SI time.. Rice oi Washington, tailed to steal any bases duiing the week, H iut his 15 remain nigh. u i i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 July 1920

Saturday evening, july 17, 1920. the ogden standard-examiner I m I How Billie Burke Cares For Her Baby m j She Believes Proper Food Is Most Important Thing in Care of Growing Child B (.Mm. I Ion 11. icglcJd, Jr.) NEW YoKK. July 17. After all the pleasures und Joys in the world arc s'.fted down mid the chati thrown nw-.iy. there remains but unt thu; ol I hnving and caring for a baby In all the gamut of human emotions then ' Is none that compares wiili the J'o matching your own child grew in mind ind hody. I am not one of tiiose people who believe In sticking steadfastly to Iron clad rules .for children no matter r what the josult of those rules may be. f Every child La different and every ehlld's constitution neeils u variation, from general rules for the bringing! up of children, but I do believe that when a child Is watched and rgu-j lotions for it adopted they should be kept rigorously. My own Patricia, who is now three; and one-half years oid, has departed in many ways iroin the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 July 1920

THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY entered ai Second-Class M.itter nt the Postofflce, Ogden, Ueoh. Established 1873 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Presa An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH .7 -r?Z$-i ONE YEAR O.OO Cg MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press i exclusively entitled to the ute for republication of any newt credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and alio the local net published herein. PROPOSES A GREAT TAX Charging t ho Cubans with responsibility for thr- high priors in sugar, thr San Francisco Chronicle offers the following unique rem- I The Cuban sugar producers of whom no small number I are American citizens in good legal standing, living in and I about New York have got the American people vnerr they j ran wreak their wiil upon us, and are wreaking their will I Tiiry havr made a thoroughgoing combine more effective ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 July 1920

it I I Churches to Film Own Movies With Players Unnamed I I The Rev. Paul Smith, Famed in Barbary Coast Crusade, Leads in Movement to Solve Problem of Suitable Tonics THE REV PAUL SMITH has dftnned his armor again. Many will recall I that It was the Rev Rati Smith who chanced the famed Barbary Coast In San Francisco from a flagrant strip of iniquity to a quiet little settlement of law and order I some fNn back. r But this time It in a different sort of fight. f It would be better described as crusade Pr Smith is out to provide motion picture" tha. churches can use. Tears ago churches wouldn't let a motion picture past the front vestibule. But now I'.OOO of them have In ti ailed motion picture apparatus and many ere showing films. The big difficulty Is that they cannot get (Jims suitable to be shown In the church they can't get away from the Ri4narlos of sex lure domestic Infldeltts- and bathing girl comedy. Churches to Solve Their Own Problem WFJJ The commercial companies were given...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 July 1920

fl THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1920. JlIbB I NATIONAL LEAGUE j I W. L. Pet. Brooklyn 60 33 ,fi02 Cincinnati 44 3 .S641 FMttsburg 30 37 613 St. Louis 41 41 .500 New York 39 41 .48 Chicago 40 44 4Tfi Koston 32 30 .451 Philadelphia . ,. 31 47 .397 Yesterday's Remits. At Chicago Boston 3. Chicago 2. At St. Louis Philadelphia 2. St. Loula 11. At Pittsburg New York 7, Pitts-1 burg O (seventeen innings. ' At Cincinnati Brooklyn 6. Cincin nati 4. Toda' Schedule. Boston at Chicago. Philadelphia .it St. Louis. New York at BittsburK. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. I NEW YORK WINS I 17-INNING GAME Pitcher Blows Up In Last Frame and Pittsburg j Loses. I chtcaoo. .inly 16. (National) I Minn s triple and Eayrs single In the J I lth Inning todav p,i ' e Boston : 3 to H victory over Chicago. Cruise hurt mWi his ankle sliding Into the plate Score: R 11 r!nton ....100 010 000 01 3 13 l IjH Chicago ..020 000 000 00 2 7 1 H I Scott and O'Neill; HondrLx and Daly. ST. LOl'lS.. July 1. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 July 1920

Ij FOR SALE j WHY Inveat tn apeoilatlvc atncka whop you run buy Real Ratal, "the b.iala of nil wenlth", lit prices mentioned below? loo nercs on fcnnrt RldK" above Korern incnt ireenal. under proposed "HlRh Line C lull." which Ik rrnr;lcally araured. Win n wmcr Is aernred this lard will ! worth n Inrpe sum of money. e aro of 'rinK hl tract of lnnl nt the very low price of $25.00 per nr.e Will nay irood interest on money Invented In dry farm cropa. Vou can see jrrntn jrrowlng on the property now. Act quick; this lwrpaln will not lust lone. 30 acre, irood soil, amnll paature. crop will ;.. for Its quality. Good witty rich l: house and other Improv-ment. The price Is J9.000. whlrh Is low let us show you this pla-e and vou fw the Judrc. Will accept Ogden City property If It la priced rlirht. 6 acres pood Innd. 4 acres In crops, most ly beeta; 2 acres ifood pasture. Hmise nnd other lmprovf-ir.nl' -rime nJi h'n try Water right This propertv is Wi II located and will sell cjulck; will acce...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 July 1920

I Sto &tan&arb-xattmt?r ogd utAH M SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1920. a (K,w. VI I t LADIES SHOULD SEE THIS AND jj I BIDING THE HUSBAND I A BIG SCREAM I ajgfj DOROTHY ; K J I -f PiXif ; 4 DOROTHY GISH I II 11 III II 5 I 5 A Paramount-Artcraft Picture JJL 11 IJ J 11 11 11 t Her friends warned her that he was a devil among the ; j X girls, but well, you know that pretty tale about "marry j j to reform." j j I J Then ft FIRST A mysterious beauty with a black bag' An : . 5 erring kiss ! Flop ! ; J SECOND An alluring manicure lady who Another ; . t flop1 ; j THIRD Enter Friend Wife! With her dander up and . j all sails set! J Now he's eating out of her hand1 ; j J A picture so crammed with laughr it will leave you j limp. 5 i g Written by a woman. Directed by , woman Starring ; j X the funniest woman on the 9creen. ' j Bring HIM!!! 3 i Hi !! ALSO SUNSHINE COMEDY UTAH THEATRE time I TEST LOT Gi IN LENGTHY RUN Stock Overland to Start From ! New York Tomorrow on Coast to Coast Test H ...

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

Pf F.ft.cth vonr-No OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1920. PRICE F1VECENTS I B KING ENCOURAGES WEBER DEMOCRATS 1 r, ." -A. A JL JL A. -A- 11 ' ' I PAPER S OWNERS I BUY TELEGRAM FROM OT. HALE Utah Capital to Have Only j One Morning Daily, Announcement EVENING PUBLICATION'S STAFF TO BE INTACT Six Afternoon Issues and One j On Sunday A. M. Is New '! Arrangement Hl SALT LAKE. July 17. Suspension 1 of the Salt Iake Haraw which began Hl publication In June. 170. and pur- H chase of the Salt Lake Telegram bj Hj the Interests which have, been con- Hj ducting the Herald, is announced in a H9 statement to he printed in the Herald HI tomorrow HLa The statement follows: "The BAH Lake Herald, which has m been published In 5 til La k for i f fifty years, will cease publication after today. The conditions bringing about the suspension were due to the high j cost of operating and the overcrowtlod 1 jjeld Chere ire fei cil In the fi country the size of Salt Lake that sup-1 l mk port four ne...

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

r 9 z THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNO A V ABORNING JULY 18 1920. I i m 1 1 w wn wrin hip iiiimi' u ipmt i ifc ifl You solect your doctor on his sf f D l l rfLUltV" reputation, naturally. You XCVWwArY(-''VVV"' ihould also select your druggist the same wny, for your henlth Is entrusted to the man who puts up your medicines no less ; than to your doctor. Our reputation as prescription specialists extends clear across the c ountry, and we are completely equipped to guard your health. I . KITS FOR TRAVELERS HAIR NETS j Invisible, Unbreakable I Travelers' cases for both men Hj(. nftJ of puatyi ,iqht but and women. You cm t.ike tough. Invisible and practically morn with one 9l these A unbreakable. In colors to large assortmenut for every match all heads 20c each One requirement dozen . . 51.50 Wash Your Hair Frequently With AMAMI SHAMPOO OF EGYPTIAN HENNA Gives that soft, lustrous effect so admired and S3 wanted. Just enounh henna to glint the hair, not enough to change its tint Try a won...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

W SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 18, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARP-EXAMllNfcK 3 ( I SWAN AND THE EXPEDITED FREIGHT I By 0. A. Kennedy fH When my friend, Swan Swanson. th k H Ms sheepman; coiqm riotiously into mj K!H office, slams the door, plumps him M clf down In the best chulr and plact b both his feet on my desk. I know thai aH ho Is at peace with all the world aiJ M the feed on the rango la fine. 1 But when he comes In softly, wall; H Infc on his toes, like i mountain lion H stalking an antelope, takes a seat QU!et H ly opposite inc. leans across the d.tX JWmt 1aniftxofl me with his cold blue cye nd says, slowly and thunderously, 1 )"ay" then I knew that things iiave ponn wronsr with his universe. H Swan is a Swede, and proud of It. : He Is six feet, two Inches hign and a Br lineal dosrvmlcnt of thosi H (roths and Vandals who caused tho fefiH downfall of the Roman Empire, or, SrfH perhaps, of those Vikings, who used to delight In burning towns along trie IBIS coast of England, and In "slngeinK...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 July 1920

I 4 THE OGDEN S I AINUAKU-fcX AMllNtK SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1920. .AM I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered at Second ClaiV Matter at the Postofflce. Ogden. Jteh. EtsblltheS 1870 Member of tht Audit bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press An Independent Newspaper, published every evening and 8un day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH rZ ONE YEAR 9.00 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The AoclateJ Prcn It exclusively entitled to the ute for republication of ony newt credited to It not otherwite credited In thle paper and alio the local ne published herein. LOS ANGELES EARTHQUAKE ' When San Francisco w as Bhaken Lob Vngelcs extended Bympathj H and aid, but had the people of the entire country make mortal mti! Wt ' that Los Angeles w.is not in the earthquake zone. Some time ago, Los Angelas was rocked ;is ships are rocked in the cradle of the deep, and on Friday there waB .1 recurrence of the jarring power of earth masses being displa...

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. — 18 July 1920

Br ' I SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 18. 1920. THE OGDEH STANDARD-EXAMINER 5 j I IGHESS EXPERT TO MAKE U TOUR Casablanca Says He Would Rather Have Won Champion ship in Good Match The passing of the title from one to another may he alright in the glove snort, hut It does not have appeal Jn the chess world, according to Jose R. Capablanca. the famous Cuban player, to whom Dr. Samuel Lasker of Germany, gave his title. C.ipablanca Is now In New York and will probably make a tour of this country In the fall. Speaking of Dr. Lasker's action in awarding him the title. Capablanca declared It was a surprise and not altogether an agreeable one. "I would much prefer to play for the title, regardless of the outcome of the match, but If Dr Lasker has permanently retired from the field 1 guess there Is nothing to do but accept the honor." WAR SPOILS MATCH Capablanca and Lasker have been matched to play several times but haH been prevented by one circum stance or another. They probably would have met In 19...

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. — 18 July 1920

r j 1, THE QGpEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1920. I I on 111 ! TO GEUEGKGYi Mrs- Mary Cooper. 2468 I Washington Named as One of I Heirs of Aunt Living in N. Y. B (Special to Btandard-Euunlner.) B N B W YORK July 17. An upprals- B al of the estate loft by Julia C Ham- H I mond who was an aunt of Mary Coop or of No. 2468 Washington avenue Og den made by one of the Transfer' Tax State appraisers on file here to- 7 1 rlay the Surrogates' Court BhOWB .'I that when the df lent died on Apm BBBBJ 4. 1919, she had left $37,014.07. con-I I , I slstlng of cash, on hand and In banXH, . BBBBJ $3 113.o-. personal effects, 55.4B8.4o, fl and in securities 2S,Ss.S0. BBBBJ Charged up agamst this sum 37.- BBBBJ 514 07 however, are expenses of M, BBBBJ 476. IS funeral. II, 483.50; admlnls- BBBBJ t rat ion. 1 1.95 2. 7 Si rredltors, $52 2.-0. BBBB and executrix's com"rnisslons, d10. I BBBBJ which makes the net figure $33.- BBBBJ 037.69. This, under the directions or BBBBJ her will and co...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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