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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

' ? ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 2 1920 I H B-f"" ' 4tfH& HERE AT LAST TOD A Y JliW"BT" W ONE SHOW IN A 1000 4:45 TO 11 P. M. " Mfeft THE PHOTODRAMA OF MANY THRILLS I Ir'SfPl Punch and Pep; Romance and Adventure; Love and Intrigue I H WJ0 Humor Laughter And a Trip 'Round the World j WdkW Harold MacGraA Wrote It - - I gsiPy Allan Dwan. Directed It 5 f: J " Tite o Bij0E IB - I GUARANTEED 100 PER CENT PICTURE I SEE the Irishman Who Rides the Modern Magic Carpet I ' THE LUCK OP THE IRISH AH ALLAN 0 WAN taKESSZSSC!9HBHZ9HBaiBElSIHHHBaBBHBEBH production reaiapct picture? I Need an Airplane May morning opened cloudy and with showers o rain, hut about ten the sky cleared tho sun shone, and everything seemed bright and beautiful. "It's a fine morning up above," said Franlc Bohn of the Hudson building. "But not many people seem to bo traveling In that direction." Tough Stuff "We shall open the I now admlnlstrativo building of the city board of oducatlon with a' dinner to whi...

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. — 2 May 1920

- 8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1920. 7 If: STATE AND JMHO MEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I Workers Quit When Demand for 90 Cents an Hour Is Refused SALT LAKE, May 1. With over n hundred employes striking, five plan ing mills of Salt -take closed down , this morning. D O. "Jacobs, business I 'agent for the Carpenter's union, claims thht the dispute concerns wages alone. I Managers of some of the planing. mills J s"av that the men not only demand, An I ;ihbrcaso in pay, but strongly object i , ,to, the "American plan" being put into J effect. The man ask for 90 cents an hour or S720 a dav. They now receive 56 a dav. Owners offered to compromise al So cents an hour, but this offer was i i rejected by the strikers, It is claimed. Among tire ranks of the strikers are I 1 .cabinet makers, bench men and other I .slrilled lumber workers. I Mr. Jacobs stated thai the scale paid I ;S,nlt Lake workers was low in compar I ison to wages paid workers in oth...

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. — 2 May 1920

Bj "HE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1920. 9 H ' 111 II I ! l lllllllll I m JUi wpw.jii l imi-nm.J.H.jrMMa-mZB EgMW H ) Full size, 3 feet by 7 feet, best oil shade cloth on I standard 1-inch guaranteed rollers. These shades are the 1 regular $1.65 values. They are slightly damaged on one end by water and will be sold at SEE OUR NORTH WINDOW Says Marriage Risk 8. Taken Too Hurriedly 4 (By International News Service.) BOSTON "Young pcoplo today are rushlngr into marriago blinded by temporary prosperity; it is too bit? a risk," declares City Registrar Mc Glennon, who has been Issuing mar riage licenses for many years, and who knows whereof ho speaks. "Marriage is on the increase," Mr. McGlonnon stated. "Records show 1,390 licenses issued for four months of this year, as against 1,700 for last year. A great proportion of these are jj young working people, with plenty of "' money on hand, but with absolutely i np.ldca of planning for the days vhi;n ! conditions will be more nor...

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. — 2 May 1920

BiH m H 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1920. I I- BUYN0W 1 rc Pay your own terms while 1 7 you are wearing the clothes. Kuk A limited income does not ' jfQbi ffYr m't you" purchase here. sSjl nr Charge Account fliimllwll 1 s or yur convenience and If if' jlLl . By-' benefit. You simply pay as "sSm'fiw A vou earn Jaffi im J$h Come in and let us show J fflfillilS I V men's and women's wearing (US SeSSs Y apparel, hats and shoes at J pPlM lowest prices, and on credit. M J Our half price sale on J A lu ladies' suits and dresses is JjJS"1 continued. See our window S" display for other specials. T; The Nil tonal I Harry Rcinshribcr, Mgr. , "j? 2345 Washington Ave. JPfcFa 1 I Precaution by I : U. S. Dampens I 'Show of Power' (Continued From Page 1) of Paris. A limited suburbnn service was maintained, Many Police Wounded. H Twenty-seven police were wounded, H, three of them seriously and many of H, them were bruised. H' Madame Le Groso was wounded by Bs a bullet as she watch...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

B Tl PGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1920. dU I jj I A NEW LIST OF NECESSARY I Iff Fnrv Powder of a new perfume of super. H H e race rowaer or excellence La Amusettc H c I Prpfpfnrf French In name. French In W BWM r M ciiut; daintiness and charm, bronthlnp Hi iiB H Germaine French Rico Pow- an essence of myfltcrious lovoll- IN I mW I der. When discerning women " 13 Jndced.5hP, per'K' I t x f u i- rcchercho for milady also Hn i appear at their bestthey use Faco and Talcum Powder. mWM this marvelous rice powder. It m I Is remarkable fnr It? ntnvlnrr TOILET WATER AND SOAP K bsbsm H is reznarKaoie lor us Hiajing Aiminetic Perfumes and U MmW- , on qualities, and is quite non- Toilet preparation only at Cul- I ffl injurious 50c icy a. ! H wl ,,eMC CARE FOR YOUR H vfflj HAIR NETS VEILS NAILS M 4 M Of coasamer atruc- o entrancing They are noticed H K V I Pure - almost invW- smartness. Idoal for wherever you ao and H --HI 0 We strands of strong j motorlnsf and all m.t- wh:il.Yckv L '...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

HI '--Z TUP nr.nRN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY. MAY 2. 1920. 14 ' . Hfcrippled Men of Walter Reed Hospital Beg Aid of 5 "Miracle Man" N E A. Stuff Correspondent. WASHINGTON, May 1. Far moro theart-breaklng than words can paint tSvas the scene enacted at fashionablo Trinity church hero when cripplod oldiers at "Walter Reed hospital heard that James Moore Hlckson, the "mir aclo man," was making the lame walk. Thcso boys, who before the. war knew health and strength , rushed "thero 1" numbers, that they might rc Hcolvc the blessing. Boys with shattered Eirms. missing legs, torn faces, sight J 3esa eyes and paralyzed limbs tempor- 1 Qirily deserted men of science at this 1 3:reat government hospital and sought ! j.hc aid of ono who claims, and can ! -prove by many witnesses, to have tho Iower of Christ to heal. Church Is Crowded. " Pitiful was the sight of these boys, Avho knelt In prayer. Even more piti: ful wero those who found the church Ttloors locked when they arrived, there being no...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

B ; THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1920. 13 H if late news in the world of sport) H , , Ogden Cleans Up At Logan I ': Track Meet With 50 Points , George O'Keefe Shatters State Record; Orange and Black Ga-v Get Seven Firsts r V . Results. ( S Ogden high school 50 points U -t Elder high school 28 points i " B. Y. C 19 points Logan high school 16 points South Cache high 4 points LOGAN, May 1. George O'Ketfe, Ogdon high school sprinter, shattered the state quarter mile record when he led the field to the tape in the 440 yard event this afternoon in the high school track and field meet. The Og-! den lad covered the distance in 52 1-5 seconds, clipping four-fifths of a second from the former state r.ecord. O'Keefe was easily the star of the day, winning first places in tho 100 yard dash, the quarter mile, and hold ing a prominent place on the winnfg re lay team. Ogden won high honors in the meet by winning 50 points, the nearest com petitor being Box Elder high school - with ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

1 i Sunday, may 2, 1920. Sty? tanoarb-IExamittgr ' , ..J I SIMPLE GOIS FOR GRADUATES State School Superintendent Urges Girls to Make Own Dresses A wide campaign for simplicity in high school graduation dresses is be ing advocated by superintendents of odention throughout the length and breadth of the country, and local sup erintendents havo received a letter from State Superintendent George NJ Child, asking them to co-operate in this desirable movement The text of Mr. Child's message reads : j "For several years we have been moving toward simplicity of dress inj graduating classes in our schools, until 1 extravagance has become the excep- I tion and not the rule in all such ex- I erclses. Satisfactory, however, as progress has been in this matter, I desire to call your attention to the im portance of the subject at this time. I V would be wholly out of harmony with the times and our ideals of thrift for graduating classes to dress in ex pensive costumes. Morovcr, modesty and simplic...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

'i SECOND SECTION ' QGDEN CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY Z, 1920. PRICE, FIVE CENTS j H - 1 1 1 There and there in the whirl of society! I 1 1 ..SEASON OF ANNUAL SPRING FESTIVALS HAS ARRIVED I ' their 1 W Nautical Play by Weber Weil I Received Here H First Musical Venture of Nor- H mal Students Proves jB Successful LI students of the Weber Normal col lege entertained a large audience Monday evening, when they presented ihelr 'first operetta, "A Nautical Knot," at the Orphcum theatre, under the direction of William II. Manning. Students o the school have been very .uccessful In presenting dramatic plays, but the performance given Mon day high t -was tho first musical drama that the students have attempted and Its success well repaid their efforts. rX "A Nautical Knot" opens v.'ith a scsne p1 wherein seventy-five voices are sing ing "Tho Day is Fair." During the performance thoy sang "Goodbye, Goodbye," "Behold the Bel'c of Bin r. stapooi," and "The Sun is Shining In tho Sky." The Ba...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

it' 1 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY. MAY 7 1Q?n 1 j Salt Lake Society I An artistically appointed tea was givon at "My Shop" Wednesday after i noon by Miss Erraa Kustcr and Miss I Margaret Falk in honor o Miss Peggy Snell of Seattle, guest of Mrs. II. W. i Sherwood. The guests were seated at one long table, with a basket of jonqils as it centerpiece. The place cards had sketches of old-fashioned figures in yollow gowns. The guest of honor was presented with a clustor of Ophollta roses. Covers were laid for fifteen. Miss Nellie Ilyland entertained at a china shower Wednesday cvoning at her homo on Seventh East street May bride. The rooms were decorated in American Beauty rose and ferns. The roses wore arranged in a basket as a centerpiece for the supper table. The hostess was assisted by Mrs William Gillam and Mrs. T. P. Bill- ings. - The guests included Mrs. Frank t Brown,- Mrs. Rhone Schreiver, Mrs. Riley Sanders, Miss Margaret Falk. , Miss Mary O'Donneli. MIbs' Ella Jes- !...

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

W c 'p! e Ogden Standard-Examiner I continued I H. ' . II freshmen 4 gjjl AGAIN, A NASH TRUCK " gram will be ' ' " 1 j hambra theat manager, H. ljm .nr farmer and merchant of Plain City, is very -well pleased with his new one-ton Nash "ruck p ,ie just purchased from the Pacific-Nash-Mot or Company, 2200 "Washington avenue. He looked the j IVq' seaman cr thoroughly and came to the conclusion that the Nash Truck is the best all-around truck in the members of . The sale was made by N. C. McConnell, Paeific-Nasji Motor Company salesman, when the clui - I the First Con- urday afternoct pfv niPTTIll! was the chain I j B j HI Members o l LU S Ui 2 Lis -vvere entertain TUAuS;aacrnoVoiU BllOWW. the Washington sr is usually the most Sullivan of the jir of the car. II should erintendent W. He muffler has a distinct city school, gavipurposo and is worthy -r mRctIng. frtl- Its purpose is to ' vat noise and pivo a A masquerate bfeHent exhaust, at the , ,inff hv ti'dmg for a free escape IroiheSd o...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

7 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1920. I RIDE TO SCHOOL I ON MUCK ' Bill in Congress Authorizes Use of Federal Equipment in Aid of Education I Tho consolidation of .schools has ' been a choice thomo for pedagogues and taxpayers for a long time, but ' little has any ono oven dreamed that the motor truck would finally solve , ihc problem, and littlo has any ono thought that congress would undor alce to carry the children to school rather than carry tho school to them. , This very thing is likely to occur. A Ht bill has been presented in congress providing that the United States mail f trucks bo used for transporting chll- H', (Iron from their homes to school and back again In rural districts. Hr This measure enacted Into law will I furnish tho means of consolidating tho schools of the country, which will "llminato many school houses, make for better efficiency in school work and In a general way greatly econom ize school systems. Under this plan it Is also considered th...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

ff - r - ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1920. , 1 7 H It Inconvenience of Licenses and Customs Duties on Cross ing Frontiers Eliminated ' J3X' AV. L. lUAtAB.YR, lntcnmtlonnl .Tcws Service StaiT Correspondent. LONDON, May 2. Americans who come over to England this coming f! summer vIth their own cars arc co v have the special attention of the Biit lah Automobile association. An agen- ' cy of the association has been estab r lfshod in New Tork, and. In atldiLior., afjents of the organization will meet American visitors and Give them c-v-jry j asslstanco whether they are vlsUIng only Great Britain or are also going to tour the continent. Arrangements will bo made to pro vide visitors with driving licenses and to Instruct them as to laws and so forth in this country. Typewritten details will be furnished regarding routes selected, with information re gardinfe' hotels and places of general interest. Special attention will bo given to places of interest in the bat- I . Anot...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

I Entries Received For Gala Track Meet Here Saturday I IOLAS! IF 1 IE3 sS ! TO VIE FOR HONORS -Utah and Aggies Will Both j Present Fast Teams; Og den A. A. Strong Entries for the gala track and field meet which will be held at Lorin Farr park next Saturday afternoon have I been received and the class of the I rwest will be seen in action in what I gives prom.ise of being one of the great- Ij est meets ever held In the state. Both I fVio TInivoreUv nf TTtnVi nnH the TTfnVi Ii Aggies will be represented by twenty- five stars. These men together with the Ogden A. A. stars, Weber Normal, j Ogden high and the East and West Jiigh teams should, bring the entry list ! past the century mark. The Aggie entries and the events la j "which the men "will compete follow: 110-yard dash Dee, Falck, Hansen and Dorious. 220-yard dash Dee, Falck, Hansen and Dorious. 440-yard run Croft, Siegfried, Owen and Cpnroy. SSO-yard run Charles Jacques, Hart, Wayman and Sutton. Mile run Hart, Jacques, Richard son...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

HJ . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1920. . 9 It Martin To Handicap Field In Three Mile Jaunt I I SAYS ; DEMPSEY WILL ! ' Veteran Fighter Gives View O. points on Tilt for Mit Title Jack McAuliff. one time ring- :zot, - " - . - unable, to further stand the heaps of - ' caustic criticism directed toward JacK Dcmpsey on the ground that ho is bnc champion without a defense, rises to remark that maybe Jack will not need a defenso when he fights ' Georges Carpentier tho doughboy French boy. "I don't like tho manner in which Dempsey is criticised by tho so called experts for his lack of defense," Mc Auliff said tho other day, "chiefly be cause I think tho fans ought to stick j with the champion until he is whiped. Maybo Dompsey has no defense, and grant that ho hasn't, who has the N authority to say that he will need ono when ho faces tho Fronch title holder" McAuliff points to tho fact that Dempscy's work in tho ring to dato ' .shows that he Worka like a tiger with great spee...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

I I l 1 H , i.. L'. w - .-Jr.. --w - i'- . .'.-. Mt v - ' i.,1.-,J . I .r'lhP r JVll (RTPVl f-y'nJPi It r ) ? f 141 W r lir)1 f&P " I H ' CHAPTER IV. (Continued) I My .dune Enid. t DID not know, as it was not my 1 business to -know, and as I Hr did not want to, what former relations thero may have been be Hj tween Aunt Enid and him. I only knew of him as a soldier-friend of Aunt Enid's in India. He had actu ally been in Simla at the time when Uncle Ralph got engaged to her. I had indeed hardly heard his name mentioned until Aunt Enid announced quite casually at lunch ' con one day: "Willy Vlbart (she always spoke of her men friends, by their Chris- ' tian names) is coming down to- morrow." There were several people at luncheon. I saw a very curious ex pression come into Uncle Ralph's face. All he said was: "Vibart!" H; He said it in a way which, Hj ' coupled with the look, told mo that H' - he was thinking a great deal more ' than he said. I have thought since that Aunt Enid bro...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

' '(Continued from Preceding Page) H the book had fteen filled and the H lead stub had many times been re H 'freshed with moisture 'before the H ; constable, in his bucolic way, Hj - o moved on to a new chapter: H "And now will you be good H enough to explain. Air. LIvesay, H , how it was as you happened to be B 'h'. in the neighborhood of the Sum- H Jv , mer-house" and to discover the B m' corpse, 'as stated?" L "Sir Ralph knows all about that. HHLl. sr- " 1 tol(l nIm Qlread5 as wo came along down here," was Livesay's H!" all,That is all very well, Mr. Llve- B sav," Larncombe said severely. Bl , "You have told Sir Ralph. What I am asking of you now, as is my duty, mo being a police constable, is a3 you should inform the Law that is, Me." It Is Impossible to do justice to the Immense dignity with .( which Larncombe here invested " ' the personal pronoun unless it be B written with a capital Initial. BB "And I told you, too, Joe Larn- Bj combe only just now, as we come MM along from ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

V ; Mystery of the Infant Girl Sent Across , v . ' I the Continent from Spokane, ' . I , Washington Was It Alive When ' fS?15- J . 11 olds ieu? n tiy vr u& - . II TT vas Monday. A big van load of par I 8 eel post mail had been dumped on the I - long "incoming mail" tablo 'in tho I " downtown New York post office. It was I . mail that had just arrived from Chicago I and included packages from all across the I country. I "Clarkson avenue, New York City," said I ' Wilson, one of the mail clerks, as ho I studied the address on a good-sized, oblong, I package that weighed something more than I ten -pounds. I "There's no Clarkson avenue in Man- I hattan, but there is in Brooklyn' the clerk I mused and was about to make it. ."try I Brooklyn," when he noticed that one end I of the package was crushed !n This fact I brought to bear a rule of the post office I requiring it to be sent to the "broken par- I eel" department. I So the package was dumped on the table I of John Marabella, clerk...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

IT-fHBRB is nothing too horrible" B for a perfectly good womaa, acting In a perfectly good gauso to perpetrate, at least nothing short of murder. My wife was, is and always will he a perfectly good L. t woman. I, on the contrary, used to be a good fellow. Now I am re formed and nothing is good about me but my morals and habits. Being a good fellow it goes with out saying that I used to drink, and this was the perfectly good cause for which my wife went into action. Only at rare intervals did I offend, hut each occasion was made mem orable by its length. They always lasted a week and sometimes a Most drunkards complain of a sort of tissue thirst for alcohol. In my opinion this is a mistake. The thirst is only a habit and quickly passes away. The cases I have known were all victims of not enough or too much excitement at home. Mine was an. example of not enough. Our home was full of old mahogany furniture with dull 1 finish. Sad wallpaper confronted 9- me everywhere, morose portraits ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 2 May 1920

, 14 THE OGDEN STANDAQ.D-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1 92G. , m Tintic Standard Weakens and Sells Is Down to $4.45 ( Trading today on ilie Salt Lake H Stock and Mining Exchange was very dull with the tendency downward. Tln- 1 tic Standard weakened the most of; HH Ing at $4.57 and selling as low as Hjl any of the stocks on the board, open-. jl 5i.4o. It closed with the stock offered 1 At Oils price and with only $4.40 bid. HH Columbus Rexnll sold at 59c; Car-; Hl cliff changed hands at $1.52l&; Iron; 1 King brought 31c; Lehl Tintic went' at 16c; Michigan-Utah sold at 6-yt c ; Eureka Mines Avent at 7c; Emma Sil- ver was a trifle stronger, changing hands at Dic, Prince Con. went at 55jc: Sells changed hands at 22 c; Walker Mining changed hands at ?3.50 and $3.55. and Zuma brought 16Vc. (Quotations furnished over piSvpto wire of J. A. Hoglc & Company, Eccles Bulldinp.) Bid Ask Alta Con ? .OS VI $ .09 Albion 10 .11 & American Con. 02?1 .0314 Al& Tunnel OS .09 . Big Hill 09 ....

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