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

EDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 18. 1920. THE OCOEN 7TAN'OARM t LOVE and MARRIED LIFi bu, the noted author i Idah MGlone Gibson j JH M.tRRlAUl JH think Alice, that wc nail letter El- -Ls I Intents. In foct. I am o tlied that I I ..tdly think that It will dp any rood to co out without making out B list. Sou see, dear, what I had Intended to do wns to go ijuletly hack (o my loom In John' mother' houe and Itve there until I hud fitted the new house up no I could live In It com fortably, but Ellrabeih spoiled nil that yeu know." 1 enn not understand what John nion wan thinking about to lot thut ncnun come Into the house before o i returned." Interrupted Alice fu riously. 'I don't think that he really knew that she mas going to do It so soon.' I answered. ' "Well, you miy think she Is u clever! woman. Katherlne, but I think thut( t he Is a particularly sneaky one." i "Oh, my dear, my dar; can't you see that she had become perfectly sure of John In the long time that I had I on uway from him. I ...

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 August 1920

6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 18, 1920. 1 1 mi IyOUR choice colors in the season's newest shapes and styles are here? awaiting your selection From conservative solid colors to multi-colored striped effects and in a variety of width that are sure to please the fancy of even our most critical customers. HOMEWARD BOUND! 800 WAR WAIFS THRILLED BY TRIP 'ROUND WORLD )i i . i .I i ' Are these children glad to be heading for home? They look it! They are some of the 800 whom the American Red Cross is escorting back to their parents Many of the children come from wealthy families of Russia. N. E. A. Strff Special. 1 NEW York One of the great war'a 1 Etrangesi stories is nearlng conclusion. It's the flight and return home of M 800 Russian children, most of them of 41 the educated classes of that countr. They recenth arrived in San Fran Cisco, under care ot the American Red ,Ji t Cross, from Vladivostok, where for the 3 last year they had ben provided for 1 on an Islan...

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. — 18 August 1920

j WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 18, 1920 THE OCDE jtat Last Times Today m 2fa TOM MIX I HwSoijHP1 m a romance f love, thrills and I PHHfc stunts H JHH "TKREE gold i Also 4Snub" Pollard Comedy, j IkWWm Pathe News. ffl 11 OGDEN THEATRE Bj JOT TOMORROW LEW CODY in 'THE BUTTERFLY MAN" Lft' For Subscription and Aovertlslng Department. Call Phone No. 58. fif RANDOM i" j REFERENCES m f 4B I Chicago Tourletii Sevrntj Jj f tourists from potnta mm of fnicugo WIU arr. In gdcn Thursday n route y to Yellowstone National park. The r aft -, de i canyon before departing or the ' north I .1 Ogden Typewriter House Tor t) P' J writers and repairs. 2i .2 Hudson A- yoteJl Phono 236. 4fMW 1 liir In Cnnynn -Mr and Mrs. "MMMMM Kug'nc Traughber of Salt Lake arc f&aMmMm spending a week's vacation at the Her- iSV nattag . hotel In Ogden canyon, N:r of the Suit dlfl Lake Tribune and has held 'his po- 7 sitlon for yean. Mrs Trsughber is HH society editor of the Tribune IBI Phone 02 for llieHllkir "mMMM Brother ...

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. — 18 August 1920

LbS ssssssHs-- T-f MM sMM 1 A 1 8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 18, 1920. t nil m hi limn iiiaMaaBKmaPMMMMM - M Ball Fans Pay Tribute To Cleveland Shortstop Ray Chapman Was All Around Athlete and One of the Best Diamond Stars in the Game; Death Was Accidental According to District Attorney Joyce; Plan Military Funeral I CLEVELAND Aug. 18 Hundreds of admirer., and friends of Ray hap man, star shortstop of the Cleveland baseball club, gathered at the Union depot today to meet th bon;, of their Idol, who died In New York yester day. Among those accompanying the body were Chapman s widowed bride Manager Iris Speaker and Joe Wood of the Cleveland team It was taken in charge by an un dertaker ponding funeral arrange ments. Chapman's death occurred In a lospltal following an operation after he had been hit on the head by n pitched ball In Monday s game be tween New ork and Cleveland and sustained a fractured skull. EAGER FOR PLW WT It was Chapman's eagerness to aid ...

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. — 18 August 1920

WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 18. 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 9 I SHERIFF'S GASE TO BE.REOPENEO f Defense Questions Authority 1 of Court in Contempt Proceedings BH Jud D. R. Roberts th H court 'hi morning ordered th' the 1 cam stain! Sh.riff U C. reterpc-i H which the sheriff u orderrd to aliow H SMSS 'he nheged unn ulhorlied re- H Ium i,f a Manrd Nerian from the H Je.ll, he reopened. H Judg Kourrta made the de urion VH after Jgnta counael foi H Kherirr Peterson had 1 1 r k . i the JH authority of the COUrt i" to )rtr- a' diction In holding Sheriff Peteraon In H follow the order. of the ronrl H commitment, which wan handed to Sheriff Peteraon uitn the priaonei ' i . . v ( , . i ii i i rilORITl g Judge Robe rig aake, Mr DeN'lne to BB aubmli iiuthortt v -.gn nllng ht stand the KSSSSSJ opened. lie aald It will rom up H further hearing aa soon the H can obtain the authority under which H It stated that tlx- had no Tlie . ? iapldl n"uniing i:re.,(. Ial ! B aupren of i 'ih before Ii Ii ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 August 1920

WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 18, 1920. I S. L EXCHANGE I HUSjUIET OS! Tintic Standard Is Practically Only Stock to Show ' Advance B The trading this morning on the S ilt Lake Stock & .Mining Exchange whs i 'ihcr rtulol with prices III the mnjor v ttv of the stocks about Steady. Ttntlc B Standard was practically the only stock on the hoard to show nny ad B vance over Tuesday's close, selling up BBff tO $3.40 and Closing with $3.35 Idd BH DXd $3.40 asked sYj Columbus Re. ;ill brought 89c, How- BBa 1 1 sold at 594 and 6c. Michigan-Utah B scld at 3c Eureka Bullion brought Bbb Sc, Prince Con. sold oft the -S'zc. S II - cr Shield was steady at I6hic, Tar BBV Babj went nt 3c, Tintic Standard ad- vcncccl to $3.40 and West Toledo B brought '' (Quotations furnished over private wire r J. A. BoglC A Co., Bocles BuildlnK I H AMa Con 06 'A 05 i BBbY Albion 08 4 -09 BBvBT American Con 01 's BBBBV .Ma Tunnel 0654 OK H Beaver Copper 00 U 00 t BABBI KIR Hill .06 BBbH Kulllon .. '-,a4 ,Q3 BBbB Black...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 August 1920

WEDNESDAY AUGUST OGDENS ( FOR SALE Real Eatate BSWSH mmmmmmmmmm . L W, CANXAD1 W P.eal FUta" UM ,rn- N- firs room brick bunnlo. finished In run' ha ed wood floor throughout. This I nlcelv lolel on honrh ana is n vn ttrani- pro portion. Pnc- $ioo Ww1 right room houi nlcly located rn t.nrh. ha good beaement. bathroom, sfj V'UpiMi for IOMI one or two rami I lie Vrr 40"0 on reasonable- terms. P, r1 callx new four room cottage In go. 1 location and In first cla i nd.tlon, tha basement . garage and ch-tafcea run. Price 2(0n on easy terms. Jl acres In noire location and w Urt to rit. Improved a a fo'lowa Four, room brick houM. garage. flo inr Ml ahodr and lawn An Idoal plaee 'or one dealrtng rhP s'lhurban home Plica ;nvt on reasonable trrmi E W cvnnapT HIT Hudson Ul amf ra Tl.nnr n l"--or 44'. f ', room modern hunsrelow. Caah or uirtn -': l!f int"' ' 9TMK CONTIVKVTVI, WILDING. 15A.V l EftTMEKT CO. 411 Ttsenlr fourth St Good two room hoi r very tJiMf1 or will trad for road automobile, city ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 August 1920

H WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 18, 1920. tUXXhUXJlXdlXXXXXti qgPEN. UTAH ' f LAST TIMES TODAY I I rThc Misfit Wilcl W Featuring I j ALICE LAKE j I Lsiisonp m Super-Special M y A T. T, T S O i f i Forest Trails Open Good Fishing Country F. J- Ryder, assistant engineer for Jic forest service, hU returned from sm inspection ot the Clear Creek Stanley and the Troutdtue- Ulanta .rails in Idaho. He -?ald thut the Clear Creek-Stanley road would be omplctcd by September 1, ihus open ing Bear valley to southern Idaho res idents. Mr. Ryder said th:.t the South Fork of the Snake liver afforded wonderful i piscatorial attractions, being one of the; imest places in Idaho for salmon fish-' ing. He related the capture of a gigantic salmon, weighing between 40 and 50 pounds. The fish wae sec n lying near the bank in about four feet of water A wire noose was slipped over the fish's tail and jerked taut. One of the most spectacular fights ever wit nessed on an Idaho fishing stream iollowed: Mr. Ryder s....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 August 1920

T OGDEN CITY, UTAH THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 19, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. ML 1 FOES OP SUFFRAGE LAUNCH NEW FIGHT II POLES WIPE OUT THREE RED DIVISIONS If RUSSIAN m FLEES III PANIC 1 SLfli FRONT Poles Use Tanks, Airplanes, Armored Cars and Artiliery Tjl in Attacks MJ FIERCE FIGHTING IS CONTINUED AT WARSAW U Soviet Prisoners Arc Pouring y A Into Capital in Great jtM Numbers J WARSAV, Auq. '0 the 57th ' THM 58th and tfl bolshev.k divisions flH on the Warcaw frcnt h.-we been flfl annihilated nd thousands of SO- n(H vlet soldiers made prisoners, to- ifl n.ght's official ttatement 6ayc WM. LONDON, Aug 19. The Russo Polish peace nerjutlat ons at Hi Minsk were not continued Wed til nesday as agreed, cvwing to the . fM fault of the Polish deiegjt.cn, ac HI cording to a mesjage dispatched IIV from Moscow Wednesday by V George Tch.cher.i, aoviet tureinn Jjfcf minister, to Leo Kamanefi, the - . 1 viet representatives In London .H WARSAW. Aug. 18 (U I lie Asso- elated Press. ) Kuaaian soviet force...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 August 1920

T Going! I ? Big Reductions I 31 on I all While Shoes Clark's policy is: Never hold over a single pair of shoes from one season to another. That's why Clark's stocks are always up-to-date no old mer ' chandise. It's only mid-season for white canvas pumps and oxfords, but this stock is going to be closed out RIGHT NOW. 1 Gentlemen's H Oxfords .JCZ ln Palm Beach qnd White - Canvac. A really excellent line Ladie s Pumps of oxfords, compete ai to 1 -v r j styles and 5i7.es. Our best 300 vJXTOrClS llns cf S5.00 and q pr A wonderful opportunity to buy $6.00 values for $J.C)j a stylish pump or exford Will be K seasonable for reveral weeks Oxfords regularly priced at I -0" $3.ss 111 $2.68 BRING 'EM TO CLARKS I White Shoes ji Just the thing .'or scnool wear SZ- during late summer and early fall. Sizes 11 to 4 tri jo ""X L Values to $5 Now ipZtO I Poplin Pumps l T "T ias This niiiriDer has the high for expert For Good. Slio&u repairing 2356 Washinston Ave Ogden, Ut?h I FAIR PLAY FOR BUSIN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 August 1920

THURSDAY EVENING AUGUST 19, T920 THE OCDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER STATE AND JDAHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gm Sfite H H ARRAIGNED H " S-1 COURT 1 I Former Mayor Asks for Time M I In Which to Make lm I His Pleas KaH salt LAKE, Aug. It. 3 H Hork. former mnyor ami rltv Auditor. -M I .. mpl.tlnln growing no' of bis alleged BH it for Mm III PrH to rater hi on aLsjs LKV AhH th. reidlng of the complaints B lo muke n jilna In dn RBBBBBBBj I'ourt wnn jBBBBBBBj n,un t o 10 oVook luNt night. Judge BflflflflflflflJ Mfld cmr.i'nj f: request of Attorney Bflflflfl K' county attorney. Mr. Bock wu ec- js-gmVj i.i i rmrirooni h hi tQHH oSnc.l and only officer of the rourt - rB e v Taking money from ihr clt) fundi a.' i I" r- w a r r.inl I f- hf p Mi' eharajsa ml ipproprlatlon of i tav FHWL r .r, .r .mi r. hi i. Isih.irgnJ PLAYGROUND ATTRACTS BRIGHAM CHILDREN BRIGH m itv jt II More djW B am than 160 children an ('ally attracted to rWk 4H i"t.i .l.i.. ground ln-re. fm .'Inch H f 1 the Kln...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 August 1920

r OGDEN STANDAKD-KX AMINFR THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 19, 1920.' B THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY ntereJ as Second Clan Matter at the Pottofflce, Ogden, Utah. Eitabllthed 1?' Member of ftht 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 $ .78 &3r?; i ONE YEAR fO.00.... CgJ MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Presa la exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local nw ' published herein. i SECRET ACCENTS IN RUSSIA. We doubt the accuracy oi the statemcnl that the attorney gen oral of the United states has a vast underground organisation of in telligence agents operating in Russia, one objeCI of which is to es tablish an anti-soviet government. To semi agents i Russia to determine the exact ol'ir't of the sn iet us bearing on world affairs is prop...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 August 1920

hWhWhWhH THURSDAY FVFNING AUGUST 19 192G. THE OGUEN STANDAKD-bXAMlNER 5 H aft I LOVE and MARRIED IJFB .'Hl 1j. the noted author I l A' HHHHI - r- - n LUHJJB- "jgz7 ,jfft IHHHH ? -HsPHs! JOIIVS LYU-Sr MOV I.. rjHWHH Mir akef. Jumpinc forward and lvB-.HsH1 putting her trim around n a I 'KiHHsl ivaed a little . iHHTHHl Nothing, dear, nothing." I an- ' HHJLHHi m-.red. and atralghUoed a though 10 'HHUHssi eet the great blow I haw vtr "HHrHHj had In mr 'HHmHjjI Ves, there la. dear. l know there - 'HHHHH i something terrible the matter. You "HHHHh r- Pl laaih. la Karl Shejiaid "HHHHjj -N. no ln! telegram do not In HFHh '"-"y way relate to Karl Shcpard. If HJHHJ )oj will excuse in, dtar. I think that B HHb I will go to my room, J'H hava to .HIbH hk ttlonc a Utile whlla." ' -ibjH HHl Mul you mui: t,sll roe, Katharine. I mHT-HHi ant to help you, dear. You can not 'cHwHfll h' ,on ,n ch trouble at you acam )JLaFYjHsHl u be In new." iHrjfHHB 'oh, yoa I can. my dear. Trottbli f fffc-ff'HHY nJ gri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 August 1920

6 THE OGDEN S 1 AINUAKD-LXAMIINEK THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 19, 1920. m Ef Sss, ' Clearance Sale I ! 'Vja of Millinery Your choice of 100 trimmed hats, TmB values up to $20, Friday and Satur- f JtLmm Cash No Approvals or Exchanges Dorothy Madson 2!45Wrhington Avenue I American Athletes I Are Holding Lead I At Antwerp Stadium i ANTWERP, Auk 19. (By The As I Moisted Press.) American athletes In the seventh Olympiad .scored i-en-tcen points today bringing Uieir totnl to US. Their nearest competitors, the Finns, who failed to win a point to day, have forty-nine points, Kngllah mn mode sixteen pointa ludoy ano Swedish athletes ten polnta Czocho S'ovakla scored three points. Holland two and Belgium and Franca one each England now has forty points and Sweden thirty-six. P J. Ryan of Loughlln Lyccom New York, won the Olympic hammer Hi row today. Ryan's winning throw wss 52.78 ntetera The Olympic record II B4 7 4 nrtera, established by M. J Me'irnth of New York at Stockholm In 1912. 11. Benne...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 August 1920

BHBW THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 19, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 I STOPS Squeaks """ ' 'DliriiTMirrriiMir.nmiimSj J SPOKTITE TIGHTENS LOOSE WMI ID Swells Wood I Permanently Not a glue, but a scien ' K tific compound that swells y : the spokes to their original tightnesc, and keeps them ikM there i Spoke shrinkage Is Indl- cated by slight cracks in y the the joints your wheels - 9 Equally effective on body . .jj squeaks. Applied like oil. Get a tfl can today at If CHEESMAN 9 AUTOMOBILE r COMPANY f Cars Accessories L Shop Garage ; ;3jB Phone 325 rg B 2564-2566 ) Washington Avenue ji Ogden Utah -'Jj Two Plead Not Guilty BB to Bad Check Charges JBjsB) Archie r.tmpbpll and Nelly Hoopll-1 TmB both chared trlth issuing ficti- ui checks entered pi of not WBflH guilty when arraigned before Judge a. I(BBh -Vj' "'" thl3 i.iominp. Campbell 1 1 ch irged with i HHR having passed a $60 check on Louis &Vil 1 ordon. August ll Hoopll. m i. a Ha- iBHMJ wallati, Is alleged to have cashed n HHB...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 August 1920

ssssasssssssssssssssssssssssssssssTBBB'B,i,Jfcfc,J'''r '"" 5BI B . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER - : I Strange Fate Befalls Cup Yachts After Their Racing Days 1 I The America Serves as Museum After Thrilling Adven tures in Blockade Wrecked on For tune Hunting Cruise Rv FRANK. L. CURTIS TT THEN S'-nmrock IV n undergoing YA h t final grooming for the Cap races "at Jacohs's shipyard in City Island tTO month?; ago Bob Jacobs, who know 'em all, Irom the old Amrrlcn down, noticed a working schooner heading into the Httle harbor under sail and power. Her graceful Unci wore reminiscent of better days. Hob !ooked again, and recognized the famou old Puritan, defender of the America's Cup In 1583. when she twice defeated the cha! longer Genesta What becomes of the Cup yachts? Con? as the snow of yesteryear are most of those glorious old vikings the challengers ar.d defenders of the hundred guinea pewter rr.ug cjueen Victoria offered as a prize sev enty years ago for a race around the Isde of I '...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 August 1920

M tihik l I THURSDAY EVENING. AUCiUbl 19, 1920. ' THE OGDEN S 1 A1NDAKP-EX AMiNER 9 I I, UPSETS FEATURE f IN ERUNOCIRCUIT Pater Manning Goes Down to Defeat in Fa Classic: Other Surprises PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 1 Cpsets f In two of th five M8M featured lb iwconrt dav of the Orand ClFCUtt rare meetln- at Narberth today. The track y low. owing to rain i"h- ldirget nurpro-r w the BS ffrat of P'r Manning. Tommy Mur phy's trottor. which hung up a new world'a record for trotting geldings a Cleveland The veteran Kd 'Wtk m belwnd Murphy horse In the $.'..000 Wlnoga tock farm twk--. mi l in the firm heat came from hehind with a rush, heating E. Colorado. In the see- 4' offfl haat. however. Peter Manning V made a brnk at the flmt turn and wns C manv en(.-!h I i k of the field it th I- tie fkVm jj decided on th"! :)ir' I , i- ,i i plnn and the mone d 1 v . i I j5,lBBH according to the standing, with B. Inrgeat share of the purse The ben' j t m if ' JQ J oond surprise came In the , SB 1 "" v i l.crm...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 August 1920

10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING AUGUST 19. 1920. C I MINI SHARE I PRICES STEADY Plutus Is Leading Trader on Salt Lake Exchange, Though Loss Is Recorded The trading this morning on the Salt Lake Stock & Mining Exchange was fairly active with the prices in the majority of the stocks unchanged. Plu tus was the most active stock on the board, opening; at 31c and advancing I'Jtpldly to 33c, but vreakened again. m -lllng as low ns IOC, and closing with only this price bid for It Eureka Lily brought G'2e. Columbus Rexall sold at 3'. "l 89ttc, Iron BloB som changed hands at 20 Vi and 21c. Keystone opened at 75 and closed at s'oc, New Qulncy was very active at itlei Km ma Silver wasa teady at a . Prince Con sold at 28c. Kico Wel lington was steady at iT':c, Silver Shield sold steady i' 16c, and Wal K( r Mining hrouglit $3 15 (Quotations furnlslied mcr private wire of J. A. Hogk A. Co., Ecclc-s Building.) J... A.t. 1X3 C . Alta Con, ' $ 05 '2 $ 06 Albion US 10 American con...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 August 1920

THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 19, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 11 j , i I FOR L- saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa vw -v" amwwnM N KfVK room mMem b'maralnw. Csh n H trmi. fw orr Drinker. M1 H St terra In the Klr-Mal district, only t" W nfiff, Vmflf water, ft B i-iml, aha.reai Th'r- H frl wn o( 'IS'WV Mt &' pr rn H Thr er ' not a f nm'f mi! will awrrl H fkrn mi it mmt H SO rna on atate flva room hwiM. 1 arood Un1 and wor: b the mow). SSM9. H T"m H row tram, waron ptart. nd all crop. H r"hm- Hotter look It ovrr H I10.&AO T'nri ' , S3 area at flo- mttea f-e Or4n Toti ahouM ae- tMfl P'ee " h"n LH rented for aerer! r-ea ' CMI rnt H Thla la I per on 17(94 Iyn M plra-a thla year Prlee naif CUR. H baJan-e five y'tr at 7 per rent B n arrra at Morran Good rtht. H Pin lan1 Good rropa. aomc machinery. H MffM aae-1- 'vn OtM 'he boat In 1 nar nrnr Trementnn N arm in b-eia. tmfanee alfalfa an1 arrain: N full water rleht rr4 lm.ro i menta. full NH Bt of Im plernenta murhlnen horaea. ftVM rewi and rhl-lcn L...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 August 1920

! 1 . - TODAY I I HELD IN I HPT)! TCr JL JL w JL afl c-jv;: happened to a shop&irl who had. the chance to step Udo a Jivtf ipidL or Malik &$xury . Also Fine M.xx Sennet Comedy I LOCH MEN 10 " ENTERTOURNEY Ogden Tennis Flayers to Take Part in intermountain Events Four tennts players representing the Ogden tennis club will compete in the lntermountuin championships which will bo staffed at .Salt Lake, September t to 1. The intermountain tourney, which Is held yearly, has always cr d con siderable interest and this season it 13 planned to make the tourney surpass all others. flayers from 'omlng. California, Washington, Oregon, Ida ho,, Nevada, Colorado: and L t.ih will be invited to take part in the con tests. Just who the Ogden representatives will be has not be ; determined bul It Is expected that the winners In the recent city championships will be the men to wear the local colors Ln the men's singles Karl Harris was the vic tor. Nauttlne Touts was victor in the ladies' Ming...

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