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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 April 1920

THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY. APR" ' - Ml , - 1fc , . 1 FOR SALE Real Estate j TEN'. 20 nnd 50 acre of dry land, part In wheat nnd lueorne: outside of city limit. Wnter 16 to 20 feet deep. 1349 Waehlmj- 'on. STOP' LOOK! CONSIDER! U'HEN buying or felllng property, cull on W L Porter. Real Estate. Basement 23 1 4 iMi'nyton Ave. Phone 1876. o3 WT. have a very Attractive price on a pood psvlng apArlnunt houe for few dnv. Easy fntifl. Thos. Auld. under First Nn- ttonal bnnk. 51 I IV13 room modern preyed brick, close In. on bench. Price. $6500. Good ten-. U ill mke a home worth about $-.000 In trade. Tlioa Auld, under First National bank. BOO FIFTY acres of land, one mile north of (&lcn. part In alfalfa. For particulars ad- rirnH XX. care Standard. 53 BY OWNER-Eight acres of land, good a liter right on east Fourth street. In- nulrc 43S AVaahlngton, 52 TWO vacant lots between Qulncy nnd Jackoon avenues, routh aide of Twenty second utrcet. west of Twenty-second street. Mali offer to own...

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

: engineers mm f FDR PROGRESS American Association Stands ; for Increased Production; i Against Strikes fl Stand taken by thousands of branch- I es ot tho American Association o fin- gineers, Including the Ogden chapter, in regard to trade unionism -within tho profession, has reached City Engineer Joseph M. Tracy, a member or the Og ;den branch. Tho stntement outliues :Uic composite stand taken by the members of the association and has $cen indorsed by tho board of- direct ors of the national association. - The full statement received yester day by Mr. Tracy follows: Z "In the present state of industrial SJnrcst the board of directors of the American Association of Engineers considers it desirable to make a state ment defining the position of the as sociation. Z The American Association of Engin eers is an , incorporated organization, Responsible for Its nets. The engineer js the medium through which both cap- -ital and labor are used in production ?n industrial development. The aim...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 April 1920

f lisig fre (Soften Stoftofeamxmr 1 Fiftieth Year-No. 93. Price Five Cents ' OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1920. " LAST EDITION 4 P M 1 I' jpiii n ' 1 JL affa 0 A A A A Ab A JL Pr H I ALLIES CONFER ON EUROPEAN PROBLEMS wed STATES DECLINE TB IE - REPRESENTED Tliree or Four of Big Prob i . lems of Europe to Be Studied I , . - GERMANY LIKELY TO ! RECEIVE ATTENTION Future of Turk Empire Likely to Be Topic of Much Attention SAX REMO. Italy. April 17. Whether tho United Slatc3 would be represented at the conference ot the illicd nations called to meet in San rtemo was a question which had not been answered here as the chief rep resentatives of the powers gathered here today for the sessions which are to begin Monday. , The conference will have as Its pro gram and ondeavor to settle three or four of the great problems now dis turbing Europe. One of these is what action shall be taken respecting the ! carrying oui of the treaty of Ver sailles so that It will be made plain - ...

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

H 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1920. , Ji I iiscojEjy oj Hj BUCHAREST, April 9 The discov cry of the yacht Ostnrn. stranded at Sullna on one of the- mouths or the Danube, of-the bodies of eleven notec Russian men and women, each sho'. through the head and not a living soul on board has presented to the Human-! inn authorities one of the most mys trious tragedies of bolshcvisni in the Black- sea. The bodies haVo becniden tifled as those of members of the rioted Russian families of Fnlzfeiu and Ska On board the yacht were fouricon million rubles in gold and paper and jewels. 1 The elder Falzfoin still grasped a pistol In his hand when his body was found and whether the party commit ted suicide or were murdered Is a question that remains unanswered. Investigation Being Conducted, fl An investigation is being conducted b, the Rumanian authorities, aided b Russian Trlends of the two families Ah that is known is that the two fanv ilies fled from their estates to Odes...

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

HMiHlllHMiiliMtMat , KHHHH THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, APRIL 1 7, 1 920. 1 I SEN. HITCHCOCK CLAIMS PEOPLE BEHIHDJMLSON Country Wants Peace and Fight For League o.f Na tions Must Be Won. LINCOLN. Neb., April 1C Speaking in connection with his candidacy for indorsement by Nebraska vpters at the IH April 20 primary as a Democratic pres- Identlal candidate, U. S. Senator G. M. H Hitchcock declared Jn an nddress here tonight that the fight for the league of H nations must be won, nnd predicted some way would be found whereb I America would enter the league. After asserting that It is -'unthink H ablo" that the United States "should I fail civilization in this great cmcrg- I ency'," the Nebraska senator declared the 'people of this country want peace I nnd arc "behind the president of the I United States In demanding the estab I liDhment of a league of nations," they I know, said he, that the president has I "tuught a good fight Tor a great ideal. I Thcv know that as he regains...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 17 April 1920

J I 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1920. I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER " PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffco, 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 J 7B -One Year ?9-Q0 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS " The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the uso for republi cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. WEARING- OVERALLS. Down in Arkansas and Alabama, and north in Kansas, and east in Massachusetts, they arc organizing "overall clubs" as a protest i" against the high cost of clothing. Friday the dignified judges of the supreme court of Alabama appeared in denim and in Emporia, Kan sas, the mayor-elect has donned overalls. This movement, if persisted in ninety days, will bring a...

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

' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1920. 5 lH I Utah's Greatest Stars to Perform Here May 8 I I' 1TB IS I I TO MIT CHAMPION T Benny Leonard Gives Reasons For His Great Success in Boxing World. By Benny Leonard. I have been risked on numerous oc casions the reasons I have achieved success and here they are: Plenty or vorlc and sleep, home rooking, a great manager and the best mother in the world. Pientv of sleep is the first consider ation fo'r all kids and it works for box ers, too. To retire early in the eve ning means that one can get up in the morning with a clear brain and eyes s 'k. wide awake. Consequently one can yp see thigs quickly and the brain moves jfcfe fast. I'm a long way past the kid stage mvse...' but I usually manage to j get to bed nights by 10 o'clock or soon- 1 cr. Boxing is my means of earning I .a livelihood, and so it's my business ' fcv; ' to keep In the best physical and men , . tal trim. I always find that when I ! . -stay up late at night ...

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

g THEOGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, APRIL 17 1920 ' H I. ipis Commanding General Does Not Connect Strike With I. W. W. Propaganda. TRAFFIC CONDITIONS IN CHICAGO IMPROVE Charters of Two Lodges Re-! voked and All Striking Mem- bers Ordered Back. j i CHICAGO, April 3C Major General ! Leonard Wood, commander of llio ccn- , Iral department, U. S. A., who returned ; 10 Chicago yesterday Trom his eastern j t-penking tour, because of the insurg j iu strike of railroad workers, tonigh . J.id he did not find "any evidence of connection between the railway men'.' i rinke and Industrial Workers of the World activities." General Wood do-' dared he found traffic conditions ini proving throughout the department. Attorney General Palmer on Wednes day declared reports from his depart- i. mr-nt linked the "illegal" switchmen's j v r.lkout with I. W. W. plans for "one big union," and a nationwide walkout, j Military intelligence1 ,r.'lcers here j hr.u been unable to find any conncc- J I t m betwee...

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

S j , FOR SALE Real Estate FOR SALE BY SKEEN REALTY CO. I'.EST buy In Ogden. The benutiful nine room home. 631 Twenty-sixth. 66x140. ,-jivonicnt pnld. Nn-resldent owner. Act niuck. J 1200. Small throe room, lot 53xl9S foot. $950 specials pnld. Phone M3. 22S5-W. 501 'IVE room nnd bnth. flrto location, on rwonty-seventh. $3000. Terms. Owner Frank Garner. 2730 Madlgon. f FIVE room cottage 23-10 Childs. 532 TEN', 20 nnd 60 acres of dry land. P,nrl.,,n whaat nnd lucerne: ouUsIdo of city limits. Water 16 to 20 feet dcop. 1340 Washln- ton. i STOF! LOOK! CONSIDER! WHEN buying or selling property, ciill on V L Porter. Real Estate. Basement 23.( Wnnhlngton Avo. Phone 1S76. WE hnve ft. very attractive price or. n pood pnylng Apartment house for n fw days. Kasy terms. Thos. Auld. under First Na tional bank. 0J' FIVE room modoro pressed brl'jk. doo J In. op bench. Price JC500. Good terms W III trVke a home worth about 53000 In trade, i Thos. Auld. under First National bank. i DO- FIFTY acres of ...

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

I DRIVE f OR HALF ' DAY0FF1QES0N Mass Meeting in Favor of Continuing Campaign in Ogden Overwhelming sentiment favoring the contlmtanco of the campaign seek ing the weekly half-holiday closing of stores was voiced by more than 150 merchants, business men and repre sentatives of civic organizations at a meeting held last night in the taber-i nacle to determine whether or not the half-holiday closing plan should bo, continued or abandoned in Ogden. While no definite action was taken in, regard to placing the closing schedule j into effect, it was decided, as a result of the sentiment expressed, to carry, j in the campaign hero. I Mayor Frank Francis presided at the meeting and addresses were made by several prominent merchants who fa-,-orcd the closing plan. A total ab sence of opposition to the plans pro posed to carry on the campaign here,! was noticeable, according to Mayorl Francis. ! A statement prepared and read by j ndrew T. Clark, manager of the Lead-: I sr Millinery company wa...

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

fiftieth Year-No. 94. '' ITTivc cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAhTsUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1920. ' FIRST SECTION i presided is gr1t1gizeb i comer envoy: Ex-Ambassador Wilson Pre-, diets Mexico Will Get Permit to Cross U. S. CARRANZA CALLED LEADER OF BRIGANDS j . U. S. Executive's Policy To- gJL ward Neighbor Republic is fLf Declared un-American :-T WASHINGTON. April 17. Applica i Hon of Mexican federal nnuy ottlcers ki- for permission to moo forces through, ' American territory 'to attack Sonora j ' . on tho north created sharp discussion EkS loday on the senate floor and before J the committee investigating Mexican, fc' affairs. ! f? Meanwhile the request had been re-; fc rei-rcd by the state department to the : f ' war department as it was not an of i ficlal diplomatic communication. No f action had been taken tonight by the '. I war department. j k. In the senate, Senators Ashurst and 5r Smith of Arizona, opposed vigorously auv suggestion that tho request be I c granted. Senator Ashurst a...

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

I j j 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 192U. J IFiERGE STORM ; I , I GR1PPLES WEST j ! ! Til SERVICE t i : 1 Wyoming, Colorado, Nebras-j z ka and Kansas Swept by r Disastrous Blizzard I 1 ' : . 1 -Outgoing Trains Canceled at Z Denver on Account of E Weather Conditions DENVER, 9pril 17. Wyoming. Colo rado, western Nebraska and Kansas ! T.were swept today by tbe worst bliz-1 "card in years. Train service was an-( ' jnullcd or almost paralysed and wire communication was cut off from sre.it part of the storm district. In Denver all outgoing trains were! -cancelled this afternoon and one train "jn the Colorado and Southern railroad. vas stalled near Aravada with 15 pas-! ;engers. There are no hotel or restau-: rant accommodations at Aravada. ; " Intcrurban. and local sin et car ser-, Uvice was suspended and thousands of; persons were forced to walk home Iirom work through a blizzard backed j b a forty-mile gale. Interference villi -electric power caused suspension of elec...

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

1 HL OGDEN STAND AKP-LXAiVUNER, SUNDAY, APRIL IS, ivztt. . s jH B H Pharaoh's Famous Daughter The infant Moses was found by this princess in the bul rushes cradled in a basket. The basket was of reed woven 4 by hand. From that ancient period thousands of years ago baby baskets have been made in the same manner. Even today, baby carriages are made just the same way xlowly and laboriously By Hand, a very imperfect and Costly method, All carriages arc made that way Excepting I - The Lloyd .- "Loom-Woven' I Bat Carriage The Daintiest and Most Beautiful of All Made. , No more coarse strands. No more clumsy, imperfect weaving by primitive methods. This Wonderful invention of Marshall B. Lloyd is the doom of hand work and of high prices for second grade work. The saving in the cost of labor permits the use of the best materials and work in even the lower priced carriages. I J We Skare Tkis Great Saving With You. t ' All the beautiful and stylish colors and combinations ; of the seaspn. You...

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

HI I 4 : THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1920. H I; .THE STANDARD-EXAMINER! j PUBLISHING COMPANY ,! r: . Z Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Oefden. Utah '! ESTABLISHED 1870 ; -"Member of thfl Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press '' z. independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning" without a muzzle or a club, j"" " ' Subscription in Advance 20ne Month $ .75 5ne Year , $9.00 2 ' MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 2 The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. I) 5 FOR THE CHILDREN OF FRANCE, i f Yesterday vrns a clay of love and affection in Ogden. Children, Zifrom early morning until late in the evening, went about with pop pies and for each poppy received in return a contribution from the Sliicn and women of thicity." , , When the total offerings were counted, Ogden had yielded up n estima...

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

Ogden Soldier Has English Bride WN-N VVV tSSS fSS) SS Miss Hawkins IsJWfrs. Jjfaalley Met at War-time Valentine Party . . . V - If (By Harry Hmrlcjr "SVith the return of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smallcy from England, the ro mance of an Ogrden soldier becamo known. Arthur Smallcy. son of Mr. and Mr John Smallry of this city, local Jewolcra,' originally enlisted with Troop "K." Utah cavalry, which wis later re-orpanlzed as Battery B. When the "time for the troops to lcavo came, Smallcy was discharged, being too short In staturo to pn.ss the ex aminations. Although ho was short In staturo. he was "long" on nerve, and so determined was he that ho would be in tho big fight that he enlisted with the Canadian army. After crossing the Atlantic and ar riving In England with his Canadian cpmrades Smallcy was transferred to tho ordnance corps of the Canadian army", his expert knowledge of ma chinery having been discovered by his superior officers. During tho war, al though he was there- for 24 mont...

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

n 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, APRIL lb, lVzu. BBBBMWWBWBaMMaaBaBaBMBmBa i i uuaiEiiii ml i IBW13B 1 1 m i ii i ! m i w lTTi j , l 1 1 ,tji.Mjaaa3gMBBi i 1 1 1 1 aaBapaman 1 1 1 w 1 1 1 1 n i jj 1 1 1 iwwmr rnirtnri n i n i iTrTrTmiirtmniiLxmjMiiu,,, j Six More Days of Anniversary Bargains j 'J I I: , . 'VifcZM$kl.-.'' I Sj x A COOoVrUjk TO TRADE 1 : I : Manicuring On Hemstitching 1 Balcony Picot Edging 1 ! A neat little Manicuring Mrs. IT. Layman has a lit- I I Shop is ready on Jrlie Balcony. tie shop on the Seeoml floor I J Expert manicuring will be where hemstitching, pieot I I ' done here until other quar- edging, pinking and pleating I i J ' ters are ready. During the is neatly and promptly done. I j : Anniversary the charge for Also buttons are made at I ' I ; I manicuring' will be 4oc. ' 1 verey moderate charges. I --f- I j New Voiles 45c Rihhon I Fancy voiles, fine quality, neat I patterns in stripes and checks; nt'mr! k-tiln rb I 1 75c value for, yard . . . 45 Ull...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 April 1920

I ( HOME NECESSITIES 1 I OF QUALITY 1 I A COUGH IN APRIL I "ONCE MORE" 1 Our Cold Remeay This makes a cough remedy , . - r.i.rf One moro box of Monarch jn April necessary. Coltsfoot remedy bccauso there's i Cough Remedy is still the ono moro month of wot. Head best, may be you've tried to off colds by this proper means m beat it, but no one yet has. of protection. 25c. I) MAKE YOUR OWN I THE BEST HOME I uMNeJdV'' I New Spring l.cht-mazda FIT-ALL I Hat MAZDA Traveling Case I A bottlo of Colorlte , H o 1 d b necessary 9 and your old elrnw efficient nnd ceo- trnveltne accessories 1 hftt turns the trick. nomlcal. hjy furnlah compactly nnd con- M M Colorlte In nil colors more light for lens vcnlently. Wo have K here nt. a bottle. 2Se money. O r d I nan a size and style for U H rtIT the magic dyo house size, 0c. every requirement. M I H for all fabrics. 10c. rVfljj II TRUSSES EClAtX In 1 I SrcVS MALTESE j I K quality trusses, and 1 OLIVE OIL I clht models. Plain j arc equipped to i and Ra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 April 1920

j S THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, APK1L IB, fl I! J who was the wom. j starts Today at 4:45 - S an in Room I g ' B WHAT YOU'VE WAITED FOR Tjf Spooks and Hoodoos Galore P" IKP TWO BIG FEATURES ' y iBHSBj a Spook be Haunted? I ? Hl jWHB It's So Funny, Would Make a Ghost Laugh HAROLD LLOYD ? 11 l(feBteBBPWP m tnc Cleverest, Funniest Comedy He Ever Made His Fifth $100,000 Two-reel Comedy J ijS; . in the Supreme Triumph of Her Career " : 66TIie Woman jjgiJi f In Room il" PH"j j I . A Man's Greatest Error a raK- 'rL j Woman's Greatest Sacrifice IS PAULINE FREDERICK IB MYSTERY PICTURE AT I IB TODAY Ijl "The Woman , in Room Thirteen" I? the latest Goldwyn picture and .star- j ring vehicle for Pauline Frederlckr-is HI a. story- oC mystery and powerful emo- iy tlons. The picture gives Pauline Fred- f .crick many opportunities to reveal M her ability as. an emotional across IB ' and may be seen at the Ogdcn theatre I beginning today. H John Bowers is supporting Miss Frederick in the par...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 April 1920

MOST EXCELLENT BILL UTAH THEATRE NOW PLAYING SyT "Among all the demons of (t" MJfy ne& there is none more fiendish than jealousy." (l ALBERT E. SMITH f g . f'The Vengeance of Durand"' ( ,-. u .-',-'. ' Adapted from ' : ' Powerful Story By . '-'( iKjKlr. and Mrs. George'Ttandolph Chester j M SSfPV Directed by j I j TQil TER !j Positively One of the Greatest Pictures Shown in j ! Ogden and With a Money back Guarantee, j Best Rex Beach Story Ever Written I And the Sunshine Girl Comedy Is a Complete Riot COME EARLY PRICES Matinees, 6c, 15c, 25c; Evenings, 10c, 20c, 30c For These Superfine Special Productions PARTYECKER: Senator Hitchcock Delivers Hot Address Against Com moner in Omaha OMAHA, April 17. Advsing Demo crats here tonight not to send W. J. Bryan as a delegate to the national Democratic convention, United States v. Senator Hitchcock proclaimed Mr. (i Bryan a party wrecker and as out ot sympathy with the present Democratic administration. Ho charged that Mr. Bryan had defea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 April 1920

l io THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1920. 1 I THIRTY-ONE SWITCHMEN GO BACK TO WORK; TRAINS LEAVE FOR BOTH EAST AND WEST, OFFICIALS REPORT I With thirty-one men reported at work In the Ogden yards, officials of; theOgden Union Railway nnd Depot company announced yesterday that the; backbone of the strike was un doubtedly broken and that the re- maunder of the men were expected to return to their work gradually, v ' No violence of any nature has oc- curred In connection with tho return I of the men, It was said. Tho crows on hand are adequate to m harfdlc the local situation at present, Ilt Is stated, cmbargos nn. several roajls entering: Ogden preventing' the' m handling of goods from this city. ' Three freight trains for the east and two? for the west departed from tho' yar'ds Friday evening and several ' trains were ready for departure last' night, the embargo on freight over thc Southern Pacific road holding! j them up at the present time. " Vhile officials have gi...

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