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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 10 May 1920

1 Utah Colleges Will Decide Track-Field Title Friday I I GRIMSONSTJSBS I BACKED TO j ' 11 IN IMJW Aggies Doomed For Second Place With "Y" Men a Poor Third. -Tracksters of the University of Utah the Utah Aggies and the Brigham Young university win tangle for hon ors at Salt Lake Friday afternoon in the annual intercollegiate champion ships. (This year one of ,Jhe three rep resentatives will be a weak "sister" at least that is the prediction of the dope sheet. The Brigham Young uni versity with Brown out of his running logs, will be dealt a death blow. Brown who was looked upon to win the mile and half-mile by many from Kerr, sen sational Utah star, recently broke a bone in one of his feet and will there foro'be hnable to compete. Bunk shattered toe state high school mile record last spring at Provo, when he traveled over the route in 4 min 4 utes 37 seconds, and Coach Roberts was expecting great things of the Btar. His loss is sure to cripple the chances of the "Y". Aside from Brown ...

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. — 10 May 1920

I 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 10, T92Q. fl I LIGHT TRADE III 1 MHEjrOGRS Prices for Majority of List Hold Steady During Trans- j . actions " Trading in mining slocks today on the Salt Lake Stock & Mining ex change was somewhat light, with the prices in the majority of the stocks Hl about steady. Iron Blossom weakened somewhat, opening at 35 cents and J selling down to 33 cents, closing with only 32 cents bid and 35 cents asked. Hl Tintic Standard, which has been very active and strong for the past few riavs, was somewhat quiet this morn ing, closing with $4.32& bid and ?4.--50 asked with no shares changing hands. Alta Con brought 8 and SVaC,.Eureka Uly was active at and 14c, Colum bus Rercall went at 55c, Iron King Hj i changed hands at 31c, Lchi Tintic vent at 12', and 13c, New Quincy was; Aory active, 9000 shares changing j hands at G and GUc, Emma Silver was! fl, steady at SV and Sc, Plutus sold at; 3d and 40c, Sells changed hands from IS to 19c, North Sta...

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. — 10 May 1920

------------------- Hr THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 10, 1920. jf I ,v FOR SALE : 1 Rcaistatft i I j SMITIT & FLINDERS CO. fe Commercial National Bank WRmk. City Homo Dept. H (Ask for Mr. 13oylc) Look This Over A desirable flvo room framo on the bench, on a lot 50x150 with nlco garden, bam nnd chlclcen house. $2100 will han dle. Terms. Cholco Location We havo Just llntcd this five room mod cm brick bungalow In excellent condition. A first class lnveatment, Prlco only 53250. Close In On North Side. - A neat five room frame In good condi tion; lot 50x135: lawn, garden, chicken house In connection. Price only $1600. Attractive Home Located on fhe bench, five room brick construction, nil modem features, a fin ished homo In splendid location. Price J5S00. 1SSI i FKOERER & fOWLES - 2409 Hudson Ave. Phone 317 r 47500 Buys a very fine modern six room brick located on Twentv-flftn street between Jackson and Van I mtren avenue. South front. There ' ' ' are three large sleep...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 10 May 1920

I MONDAY, MAY 10, 1920. " Off WfawfoMfomW ' 1 'Should a Htistas! ! or give . The Most Extraordinary Fox Production of the Season. ! UTAH TSMrc IRetas From Tear of Nevada Highway C. W. Cross, highway engineers of the U. S. bureau of public road3 has ! returned from Austin where ho has been Inspecting iho work on the Austin-Eureka road. .Mr. Cros3 says that four miles of the 12 are completed and that the entire project will be finished about the end of July. When completed the road will have cost $70,000. 1 IS. 13. Kidder, senior highway engi neer left this morning for a tour of Inspection of the Cascade-Knox, War ren Wagon road, and North L'ork Payetto roads, in Valley County, Ida. I, uu , Barker to Address National Educators For the third time Prof. James L.i Barker of the University of Utah, for merly head of Weber Normal college, has been Invited to give an address before one session of the N. E. A. con vention, which will be held in Salt Lake during the first ten days in July. I ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 May 1920

I Fiftleth v.ar-N.. 117. ii OGDEN CITY. UTAH TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1920. LAST ED1TION-4 P. J I WILSON'S WAR RULES FOR NAVY DISCLOSED 1 : REBELS WILL SEEK U .& RECOGNITION I CARUZA FATE I STILL UNKNOWN I TO 1SI0LRS H Latest Reports Indicate He HI and Force Are Standing H EXECUTION OF TWO 4 - PERSONS CONFIRMED L Rebels Now Control All But K Three States of Mexican WtZjr Republic B$ WASHINGTON, May 11. The Mkg revolutionary government will ask HE for Immediate recognition by the Ha American government. 39 A movement to this end already MM has been Inaugurated by the revo- MB lutionary regime, which haa its BP headquarters In the state of Sono- Bf fa, where the revolution first was Hfuj launched. Mm Eralllano Tomer., commercial 9H ngent at Xognlcs of the rcvolu- mKA tlonnry government, s reported HX to hnvo been entrusted with Uio WMf mission or negotiating with tho H American government. MM A report originating In Torrcon Mm fays the new regime Is to call for Mm a loan of 500,00...

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

1 1 I , 3 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY 11. 197.0 fH WASHINGTON, Slay 10. President "Wilson's call to the Democratic party to carry the treaty ratification issuo into the campaign, drew expressions today from two members of his own party, W. J. Bryan and Senator Reed, of Missouri, and also from Senator Johnson, of California, leader of the j Republican irreconcilable group in tho senato treaty battle. Senator Reed, in a statement, de-, clared such a platform would mean for ' I tho Democrats loss of every state! II north of tho Mason and Dixon line and the breaking of the "solid south." U Senator Johnson In a statement said J I he could respect the president's con-; R sistent advocacy of unreserved ratifi-j 1 cation, but had no respect for monj I -whose views shifted "with the varying J I popular wind." I Bryan For Joint Ratification. I Mr. Bryan, at his home Jn Florida, I reaffirmed hiu declaration for immed-i Iiate ratification by joint action of Re publican1 and Democr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY II, 1920. 3 I 1 HIKEjjPCANYON Sbcty Students Will Come to Ogden for Trip to Famous Gorge More than sixty girl students of the East High school, of Salt Lake will par ticipate in a hike, up Ogdcn canyon next Saturday, acordlng to information which reached here this morning. Tlie girls, who are members of the hiking club, will make tho trip under the dl' rection of Miss Charlotte Stewart, sup ervisor of girl's athletics at the East High, and Miss Eva Park, hor assoc - iate. Tho girls will leave early Saturday morning on the' Bamberger electric to Ogden, from where they will set out immediately for Ogden canyon. They will go as far up the canyon as the Hermitage. Here they -ill slay un til evening, and they have planned to cook "wienies" and toast marsbmal lows around a campfire until after dark. Tllcy will spend the night at the Hermitage and will return to Salt Lake about noon Sunday. 'This is the first year tho girls of the East high school ...

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. — 11 May 1920

I ( THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1920, I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER ' PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-Glass Matter at the Poatoffce, Ogden, Utah ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of th Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated PreBS An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance One Month f -75 One Year ?9' MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any nowB credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. I STAGGERING PROFITS. A most remarkable article on the high cost of living appears as a contribution to the literature of the clay by Charles Grant Miller, at one time editor-in-chief of the Cleveland Plain Dealer and recent ly editor of the Christian Herald. Mr. Miller claims the newspa pers are not telling all they know as to the cause of the present pyramiding of prices, and he proceeds...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 May 1920

T " , THF n tK; a RQ.F.XAMINER. TUESDAY, MAY II, T9Z0. ' 5 f .1 J I I. ILOVE and MARRIED LIFE! - twj. the noted author I I j Mali MSGlone sib$on j I Things That Make a Difference. "ICatherinc, Katherlne, you must not feci this way," said Alice, as I still kept sobbing. "But I can't help It, Alice, I know j that it la very wrong, but you know, don't you Alice, how happy I was when ! thought my first child was coming ' to me? And you know how It hurt mo when John said ho was sorry that I was to become a mother. It Isn't that I do not want childron, I probably! shall love this child when It comes. I think it is a beneficent law of naturol that whenever a woman feels the soft Jk little flesh' of her baby within her W arms, she can't help loving iL ! Going to Tell John. 1 "Oh, Alice, you knew, and you still j M-v know, that I am heartbroken. I think almost the lost conscious though 1 ex-j WK pressed was that I was going to tel) l1 John the entire truth; that I was going j to tell him tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 May 1920

H' 6 - THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1920? H I ' ill H A M H R A SSTH I A ,-7 A TOMORROW i Utah's Finest Theatre I -TtourneurS w j$gammouitrfrtcmfigkltire ewEf I 1000 Seats . .... 20c 1000 Seats . I 30c I Children All Shows JOc I Coming TIiot I PRICES 6c ALLS 20c Lm l : . . I' IINGHES' -IH VAUDEVILLE I Sea Soldiers to Appear At; Rex Theatre Tomorrow and Thursday Eight acts of high class vaudeville will be offered by "The Roving iMarinos" at the Rex theatre, Wednes day and Thursday, May 12 and 13 at S o'clock. The .marines havo a great deal of excellent talent gathered from 'many thousand soldiers from stations throughout the- -west and they offer a splendid entertainment. 'In the storo window of Ogden furniture & Carpet company on "Washington avenue, Corporal F. G. 3?aulln, a member of "Tho Roving Marines" will attempt to break a world's record in tearing down and putting together both a Lewis and a Browning automatic rifle, blindfolded. Recently at Spokane, Wash...

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

" - EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1920. 7 HJ I I A gOODXpk TO TRADE Children's Day! I Tomorrow t Tomorrow again, one of those good events in I which Mothers find the things they want for the kiddies at lowered prices. These arid many others are offered. Girls' Fine Dresses T Children's white dresses for gradu- IK r I Q atlon In .organdies and voiles, trim- K raed with dainty lace, sizes 6 to 1C V ?48'toSpec.,.al!y"ri.ccd. . $5.95 Toy Balloons j Childs' Coveralls To evcrv duia wi10 comes to 5 0 Children's coveralls, made of dark fcJ depftl.tment tomorrow, g V blue heavy gingham, sizes 2 to b 1 . , , - v r years, regular 51.25 values. nr accompanied by its parent, 0 Special "jC we will give one of these fine J Girls' Dresses tov Dalloons- Tll?y are of a 1 Girdls' gingham dresses made of superior quality large and g U strictly washable light and dark brightly colored. Let the 9 x color gingham, sizes G to (1 7C children enjoy them. 1 B 14 years. Special . . . tyl.lO I Boys' Wash Hats " : ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 May 1920

8 , THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 192CL I For Subscription ond Advertising j Department, Call Phone No. 56. I RANDOM REFERENCES Probate Cases Future probate cases in the district court of Weber county, as well as other counties of the state, must carry a report of the- executor, administrator, or trustee of an estate, Rowing tho holdings of the deceased person, the nearest of kin, or tho heirs at law. The now form which Is to car Ty the report has been received at the county clerk's office. Future estates will be required to make the reports. Phone 22. Taxi, day or night. 1010 Daughter Born A 13-pound girt was bora to Mr. and Sirs. George A. Jlolt of 28S1 Washington avenue last night, PAPER cleaners. Lowo-Greenwell. Telephone 2721-R. 814 Guardianship Cecelia S. Cheesman has filed a petition in the probate di vision of the district court for letters of guardianship in the estate of How ard B. Eccles, a minor. The petitioner is a brother of the minor. The estate consis...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 May 1920

THE OGDEN ST AND ARD-EXAMINER TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1920. 9 f, ! ?if " ur.ronT or condition- or wL Ogden State Bank Tr Opdcn, -Utah! at iho close of business on May A. 1P20. KJ2SOURCES. I Loans unci discounts I2.7S4.574 . SJ I Overdrafts . S.608.SC . I -iConds, railroad and industrial stocks and other ' - . . . bonds 'i . 203,367.13 ' I Other real cslato 9,819.00 . ,1 . BanJilns honst', furniture and fixtures ....... 53,738.62 . U. S. and other marketable bonds 926.325.00 i. Due from National banks 4 02,118.25 Due from Stale banks 5,03,?? Exchanges for Clearing. Houao . 32,042.57 Checks and Cash Itoma '.. A ...... .'i . 39.246.71 War Savings and Uovcnue stamps 493.20 Gold coin 81.040.00 Sllvor coin ... ........... $.4 07.00 Currency .. ... . . 136.83S.00 jj v'- -Total cash rosourcqs.. .'. '.-i.. '' ' '1,656,448 . 72 Total ,.4,756,597.22 : . ABILITIES. a-ipIUl stock paiii in' ......... ' . 1? '': V? " . "? 100,000.00 Surplus fund ' 200,000.00 1 Undivided profits loss expenses paid 51,356....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 May 1920

I i ' , THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1920 fl ' . i I I STATE ANDJDAHO NEWS J Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I! UTAH-IDAHO CD. ! HEPOHTIS FILED Year's Operations Revealed to Stockholders; Love Suc I ceeds Romney SALT LAKE, May n. Full report of the operations ot the Utah-Idaho Sugar company was submitted yestcr riav to stockholders of the company, for' tho fiscal year ending February 29. After receiving the report which was submitted by Hebor J. Grant, president of the company, the stock holders reelected the present board of directors. Stephen H. Love salosman ager of the company, was elected lo i succeed the late Goorge Romney. The repoM, in substance, follows: It is a matter ot congratulation that, I while the year just past was qf tho t most trying of any in our experience,, wo -were enabled to meet its many tid ing problems In a manner satlsfactor . lo pur stockholders. Our company has maintained Its; practice of years past, to hold for its hom...

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. — 11 May 1920

Wj THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1920. ,1 I Ogden A. A. Easily Wins Track and Field Honors 111 1 Alma Richards Breaks x Two State Records in gflk-" Gala Track-Field Tilts H Creed Haymond Shows Heels to Field in Sprints, Winning 9j Both in Easy Fashion Hutton and Griffen of Ogden glj High Stars Kerr and Hart Also Bright Lights. Ill Two stato. records -went by the D boards In the track and field meet B staged at Lorin Farr park yesterday when Alma Richards, former all-around I champion of America, broke the dis- H cus and shot-put marks, Richards H heaved the shot 43 feet 7 Inches, eas- H; ily breaking the record of 41 feet 1 Inch made In 1909 by Dad Convllle. W In the discus throw the star also broke a record when he heaved M the apple 126 feet 3 Inches, breaking m Brockmeyer's record of 122 feet 6 m Inches. The Ogden A. A. proved to be H easy winners, taking 56 points in the D meeL Utah was second with 34 and H the Aggies third with 28. Ogden High Kr i garnered 13 po...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 May 1920

H j ' jjvrtn. QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1920. II ACTIVE DAY IN I MINE MARKET i Upward Tendency During J Opening Session Turns Downward Trading today on the Salt Lake Hl Stock & Mining Exchange vras fairly active with the prices in the majority ot the stocks changed. The upward tendency existed during the first call but the downward tendency ruled the second, it being noUceablc in Sure Shield and Iron King, the former sell ing as high as 50 cents on the first call but closed on the second with only 19Vi -cents bifI- wnil the latter was verv strong, as high as 31 cents, l but closed with only 29 cents bid. 1 , Alta Con. was active at 7c, Alta Tunnel brought 9 and 9Uc, Columbus Rexall changed hands from 53 to ooc. Cardiff brought ?1 .55, Iron Kong was ' active as high as 31 coma, New Qulncy was steadv at 6c, Emma Silver chang ed handsat 8 and SUc Sells sold as low as 1614 c, South Hecla advanced a j iriflc, it changing hands as high aa 93c; Tintic Standard closed wi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 May 1920

JBIHiH Wmr.1-' 1 !-''- . ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY 11 ,.1920. A3 ;J J FOR SALE I Rc jtate Hk FROERER & FOWL.ES iHHP 209 Hudson Ave. Phono 017 FWmT $7500 Buys r very fine modern six room brick located on Twcntv-flfth , street between JnckGon and Van Burcn avenue. South front. There are three largB sleeping rooms in thin house. Lot 48x160. This place H ' la worth more money, j ' J6500 Buys strictly modorn colonial rcsl- 1 dence Just completed. Hard wood I floors throughout. Fireplace. South H I front on paved street This Is one I of tho finest and most Up to date homes In Ogdcn. 52600 Buys a four room modem framo I close In on bench. Good cement cellar $8000 Buys one of the best new strictly modern six room bungalows slt untd on tho best part of the H . bench. Full hardwood floors, tllo j ' fireplace. Immediate possession. j '-If you want a real fine homo bo sure and nee this. jH i -JJ13000 Buys one of the best 84 aero farms Q ; ' In Ogden valley. Plenty of water...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 May 1920

1 ' ; . may - gfrf gtatflart-Examtaer -- - OGDEN, J I I ' HE'S "DIFFERENT"! ! I HE'S HUMAN! HE'S IRRESISTIBLE! fl ) It's Fast and Furiously Funny. ( You Won't Want to Miss a Min- 1 lit 3 Of It. Adapted From the Saturday I Evening Post Story . I f 'JUBILG I OGDEN H THEATRE IfrThe Pixies" Presented to Crowded House; Again K Tonight at Orpheum Surpassing all other annual plays given by the school children of Og j den, the fairy operetta, "The Pixies," i was given at the Orpheum theatre I for the first time .last evening. I The theatre was crowded to the fullest extent and tho operetta was well received. Scores of fairies in pretty dresses delighted tho eyes of 1 the audience. Dainty butterflies, j dolls and flowers presented scene aft er scene of pretty color and brilliancy. j The queen of tho fairies, Uarda Nut- tall, wa3 tho perfect realization of every little girl's and boy's dreams. 1 Many of the little folks taking part In the operetta wore applauded , heartily, especially tho wor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 May 1920

Fiftieth Yd-No. 118. Price Five cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH WEDNESDAY" EVENING, 'MAY 12, 1920. ; LAST EDITION 4 P. M, jH tt &lgt 9gl V W "rf TT "V V TT DEMOCRATS OPEN FIRE pN KNOX PEACE L Carranza and A rtny Nearly Trapped f t FUEL! SEES' I GBiESS President of U. S. Steel Cor poratiorfls Foreign Trade jB" Convention Speaker B ; REBIRTH OF WORLD B IN PROGRESS, CLAIM H i Either Glowing Prosperity or Bp Stagnation Lies Ahead, iK Experts Are Told Ij SAN FRANCISCO, May 12. The world offers vast opportunities for ' American enterprise. James A. Farrell ' president of the United States Steel J corporation and Chairman of the ; Seventh National Foreign Trade Con- ention told trado exports from all parts of the world here today. His speech, opening a four day interna tional discussion of trade, portrayed "Ur conditions in the United States as leading either to stagnation and busi ness rovcrses duo to over-production or to glowing prosperity following dc- ffV'1 velopment of world trade cnannci...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 May 1920

H 2 THE OGDEN 5TANDARP-KXAM1NEK, WHOINHaUAY, MAY 1 Z, IVZU. Jl Iv". 1 i'! BoysDtJBBELBiLTdote . 7. (juazantesd for 6 MonfLs Service L i-rr - ' 4 ' ' SPHERE are 20 reasons why Dubbclbik Clothes " k. JL wear so well. Special reinforcement at every ' . ' ) -" , point of wear or strain double stitchinc long-wear ' L'y fabrics are a few of the 20 special Dubbelbilt features '-. that assure more wear and no mending for six months. . -1 Every Dubbelbilt suit is guaranteed for six months j wear, without rip, hole, tear; or suit will be repaired frit. . . ' x io'V , Good st'le,""too. Smart, clean-cut lines, that all ' , real boys prefer. : ' 314.75 $16.75 318.75 320.75 and upwards to 336.75. i Fred M. Nye Co. Wrights Clothing f . I " Eccles Building Store I Canadian Farm Leaders Meeting With Americans CHICAGO, May 11 Tho formation of an International board of agricul ture to promote firmer co-operation be tween American and Canadian farm ers, the organization of a campaign for passage by con...

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