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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 May 1920

( i ' I HowFoodsarepresencdr , . FIGURE IT UP! V Wk' I If you were to keep track of the amount of Wr- I 1 food that "sweats," becomes tainted, spoiled H -j I and has to be thrown away in one year's time, WL, "; I ' yu would see why it pays to buy a Refriger I ator like the Automatic. V I When you consider, also, that there ai;p eight .Avails B I of Insulation, saving many dollars -worth of ice dur- II ing a season, you have another reason "why it pays to : I HTORE OF SATlSFACTiQM"g J h&wfHv,wri i m i WANTS $100,000 ; HEART BALM Si I NEW YORK Miss Maud L. Ceb.il los, known on the stage as Mono Des- niond. wants $100,000 heart balm from Clifford It.. Hendrix, former New York' broker. She claims they became en gaged last August, that she has been supporting him, in good measure, since that time, and that he refused to mar ry her in February because of her inability to bear children, nn Weber Seniors to Be Seen in Play Under the direction of Mrs. Blanche Kondall McKey, members of th...

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. — 13 May 1920

H y 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1920. a8 I II STATE AND JBAHO NEWSi Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State j I LIMIT PROFITS I ON FLOUR SALES H Federal Fair Price Commis- sion Sets Margin on , Selling Price fl ,v SALT LAKE, May 13. The federal ' fair price commission yesterday de termlncd that Uic miller's profits on Hour should not exceed 3 1-2 per cent oC the miller's sellingprice, f. o. b. cars at the mill; that the wholesale or jobber's mnrgin should not exceed 5 per cent, and that the retailer should bear all expenses between the time iihe flour arrived at his uoor aim time it was delivered lo the consumer on a 10 per cent margin. This decision was reached in accordance with the Lever act. . The action was taken after the situ ation had been discussed jn detail. Henrv H. Blood, as president of the Ttah-ldaho Millers association, was present to present the point of view of the flour trade. I The commission lent ns hearty in-1 ! dorscment to the pr...

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. — 13 May 1920

r THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1920. ' IP I Lon Kump Shatters Record in East-West Distance Race Great Indian Athlete Picks U. S. To Beat Foreigners in Olympiad ! j HIS CHOICE i-nf x Ab Told to Dean Snyder BY JI3I. THORPE. .AKRON, O., .May 13. "When the chosen athletes from all part3 of the world gather at Antwerp this summer - , it will be the seventh revival of the iftfS' hlBtorlc event. IjT! Records will be equaled. Some are tt&J likely to topple. -: Pacific Coast League BEES SGI Hi j FR0HIR1E! I Stroud Hurls Supreme Ball and Annexes Second Game of Present Series. Club. Won. Lost. Pet. San Francisco 20 12 .G25 Portland 1G 12 .573 Vernon 19 17 .533 Oakland IS 17 .515 Salt Lake IS 16 .531 Los Angeles 1G 16 .500 Sacramento 15 19 .435 Seattle 9 22 2S5 Yesterday's Results. Salt Lako 5, Oakland 4. Seattle 3, San Francisco 8. Vornon 2, Sacramento 3. Eleven In , Portland 1, Los Angeles 2. , SALT LAKE, May 13. A ninth In ning rally aided the Bees in winning over tho O...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 May 1920

II T'"-'wygMTg-gy,,y,JMar " mt: oroisr 5T"ANDAKD-EXAMTNER, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1920. . . , III ISSUES GO DOWNWARD Slight Fall In Prince Con. and Tintic Standard Noted n Exchange The general trend o the trading to day on the Salt Lake Stock and Min ing Exchange wns downward. This was most noticeable In Tlntlc Stand ard and Prince Con., the former open ing at ?4 27 and selling as low as 54.22, closing with only ?4.20 bid and $4.25 asked, while the latter opened at 49c and changed as low as 47c, clos ing with 47c bid for It. Cardiff was somewhat weaker, and sold at $1.45, closing with only $1.40 bid for It. Silver Shield was very active, chang ing hands from 48c to 49 Vc; Eureka Lily was a trifle weaker, selling at 13c; Eurcak Bullion was steady at 14c; Columbus Rexall brought 52c and 53c; Iron Blossom changed hands at 33 tec and 34c; Alia Tunnel went at 9c; Em ma Silver was active at SVic; Sells held steady around ISc and 18c; Sil- 1 er IVlng toai. Liiaiie,etj linuuo no iv" as $i.70 and...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 May 1920

If FOR SALE ,T I R c a i Es t a te j E. W. CANXADY Rcal Estato Insurance New six rtom 3trlctly modern bunga low, situated on cast front lot, 50xlG0 feeL Houso has hot water heat, fireplace, tiled bathroom, hardwood floors and clcctrla fixtures: separate coal, fruit, and vege table rooms finished In basement. For one rcaulrlns a largo homo additional i rooms can bo provided upstairs. PrJcc CPractlcally new flvo rooms, strictly modern brick bungalow, situated on south front loU close in. House has furnaco heat fireplace, hardwood floors and nu merous built-in features. A genuine bar gain at J5000. .. . Six room modern brick house, with Ideal south front location on bench. Two sleep ing porches and one-half cement bnsc mcnt: larpa Jot. This Is an excPtlonal1 pood buy at $5500. Reasonably terms, Practically now four room cttj"f,. n good location and in first class ; condition, has basement, garage, and chicken run. Prlco $2600 on rcasonablo terms. B. W. CANNADY 2427 Hudson Ave. Aihambra...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 13 May 1920

I -men's tliat are big soft and snow whito. whether you use your hand kerchiefs as dress accessories, or as a convenience only, these will serve you. "initials" in white hem stitched cotton, mull or satin tapes for 50c. white hemstitched cambric, 25c. white pure Irish linens, 50c and $1.00. buy them by the box and have a supply when wanted, and they cost less that way, too. I Doc Ellis Drops Dead in Loca! Hotel , i Harry Ellis, alias "Doc" Ellis, well, known as a waiter around Ogden, i dropped dead in a rear room of the; .National hotel at 2:05 o'clock tills morning. Inquiry oC Sergeant A. M. Edwards, . W. A. Jones and Ed. Butterfield of I jljo police department, showed that! Ellis had entered the Bon Ton cafe,) nassed through into the National hotel, spoken to the night clerk and walked' to the rear of the hotel building. I The sound of a falling body attract-! etl attention of the hotel clerk, and,' upon investigation, ho discovered El-: lin laying on the floor. ! The police were ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 May 1920

t mm H ' , f" WEATHER FORECAST 1 1 1 Ol Vlt " " ' l H Unsettled;' possibly showers to Jp. E 1 tl jSLP jfe lL jjK j 8 L" news of the day Is to bo found In Fiftieth Year-No. 120. Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1920. : LAST EDITION 4 P. M, H B. v : : : ; u DEAF STUDEMS HEAR7 ENTIRE DRAMA ; If' i .-'sFNEW YORK-Studenls of Hie New York Deaf and Dumb institute saw 19 JL'"' Barbara 'Milton and William Harrigan in "The Acquittal," and understood ll tue entire play. This has convinced Barbara that lip reading in an exact i m science. A' number of lines Jn the play are whispered -and to be- Sure that j ?M W thosp-lines" "Wear over;" aj IullVehears.nl was -held Afoi-deaf .aad dnnbstu-.l. Outcome of Conference, on Erin j Policy Awaited in Great (Britain DUBLIN", May 14. Several addi tional attacks on government property and other Incidents occurred In var- ious parts of Ireland last night, but the reports Indicated that tho activity was nothing like the scalo of "Wed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 May 1920

It Hl H 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 1 4, 1920. H General Would Make Interna H tionah Border Like Canadian H Border No Troops. H PRESIDENT SINCERE BUT MADE MISTAKES Interpretation of Monroe Doc- j 1 trine By Mexican Chief Ex- i ecutive Was Wrong. fl MEXICO CITY, Sunday, May 0, via El Paso Junction, May 13. (By The President Carranza toward the United States was "national suicide," General Alvaro Obregon declared Saturday eve ning to the Associated Press in the first exclusive interview given a for eign correspondent since he joined the revolutionary forces after fleeing from Mexico City April 23. "What strengthens the United States strengthens Mexico." he said, "and what weakens the United States weak ens Mexico. My ideal for the relations between Mexico and the United States js to make the international border like that of the Canadian boundary, withdrawing troops, except customs' officials. , "Carranza's interpretation of the Monroe doctrine was a mistake, al though ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 May 1920

THE OGDEN- STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920. " i , I H - ALHAMBRA TOMORROW J ' ' PRICES Cg SCHEDULE tljP ALL Zitf 2:15,3:45,5:15,6:45 V DAY 8:15, 9:45 Il JMBm SUNDAY I S "MY LADY'S MMW I-ady'a Garter." rt is a Maurice H' s m9u'fJ?rr Tourneur production nqd a m- i Paramount Artcvu't picture. ' ''ffl&&'f & i Adapted from Jacques Futrellc'a jp3! Charlie Murray MATOURtWSrto j M.VCKSE.S-.N-ETSCOJIIiDV 'MY LADY'S GARTER.' !Thp Sjgj RftrdPr" A PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFT PiCTUfiE llK' J"" I NAME "BAYER" ON GENUINE ASPIRIN Take tablets. only as told in each "Bayer" package. I- l- , The "Bayer Cross" Is tbe thumb- M v print of genuine "Diiyer Tablets of As ia "pirln." It protects you against imita- ;f lions and identifies the genuine Aspi- jl ft xin prescribed by physicians for over ,1 -eighteen years. jj Always buy an unbroken package of I r "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" which cou I I tains proper directions to safelv relieve WILL TAKE WATSON TO H SAN QUENTIN SECRETLY Kl LOS ANGELES,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 May 1920

4 . , THE -OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920. I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER J PUBLISHING 00 MP ANY -Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of tho Audit Bureau of Oirculation and the Associated Preas " An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. ? Subscription in Advance One Month . -75 Oe Year $9.00 S MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PEESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper ajid also the local news published herein. I THE SPRING CLEAN UP. X Ogden is going through the spring clean up which has become yearly event. The city has employed large trucks and is moving tte accumulated rubbish of the winter from the homes to the waste flumps. This is beginning, to be recognized as a necessity in sanitation, but the burden is growing to such an extent that the city treasury ESels the drains Now an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 May 1920

THr , "2 ' 1 n-yN.FFRAYt MAY 1 4, 1920. 5 I " JlOVE and MARRIED LIFE! Saj. the noted author i Idab MGlcme Gibson j I Alice returned from Ruth's with a very sad face. "What la the matter, dear," I In quired, "didn't youhave a happy lime with Ruth?" ' "No, my dear; Ruth la very unhap py. Like many women, she has learned to appreciate her husband whon she has him no more. She said to mo, "I did not know. how lonely I would '.be without Bobby coming In with his laughter and carefree man ner. I thought that my children would make up for any loneliness II mleht have, hut. Allrp. I haw found !out differently. 1 wish I had kept him." , "What do yoil mean, Ruth?" I said; "would you have kept Bobby whenj you knew he was In love with another woman?" "Yes, I think I would now. That kind of love wears away always. You know .that Goethe and Heine, the great lovers of history, insisted that romantic love hover lasted over two 'years, and did not last that long if tho lovers marry. As I think of Bo...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 May 1920

H Counterfeit W. S. S. Abroad i in Land But Can Be Dif- ferentiated' Easily "Warning to carefully examine 1919 H War Savings stamps presented for rc ademption becausq.pf the discovery of a clover counterfeit has been brpad- castcd to all postmasters on the Pad a( flo coast by the post office depart 2 mcnt. The counterfeit can be recog 4 nized by a swelling on the left check 'u" of Benjamin Franklin's picture Hj ' which appears on the stamp, making H ?tho pcncrablc exponent of thrift look H r- as if he had the toothache, Printed from a steel plato on a goo.d .grado of paper, the counterfeit stamp v shows tho following defects: Hj X,et cheek of Franklin has a pro i nouncod swelling. ): Lower ono of two left dots below H, ,'tbc portrait is comparitivclj: indls- 'J. Vertical opening between the lines Mn tho lower left part of the numeral . "2" in "1924" is closed. The chief- of tho Unitod States sec--ret Borvico at "Washington has sent specimens of tho counterfeit to secret i fiervico o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 May 1920

H HTt , THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920. ' - I - UWLiu.jimjmuiJ') fiiihu.inii i t " iiiimfc-iiiii in h-.nm GOQDNqS TO TRABft ! Fifty of those $39 suits went I out "pronto." x And a lot of men said, "Thanks j j for breaking the market." j j $ There's going to be a crowd of I i I men here tomorrow, and they'll ! t I all get "suited" at i j MR MAN'S DOWNFALL Walter M. Hampton in Jail Un m ' der $1000 Bail, Inveterate m Reader of Get-rich-quick fl. Stories, Friends Say j-yr Articles which recently appeared in tW a prominent national weekly maga- , zine containing a history of forgery iM and other get-rich-qulck nehemes, . which were thoroughly read by Wal ) ter M. Hampton, former bookkeeper H for the Johnson-Stevens company ' and the Golden Rule store, now in Bl the county Jail charged with forgery, Hr are believed to have been responsible HI j for leading the young man astray. This is the opinion of persons who H were close friends of the young man H : aiuL know Intim...

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. — 14 May 1920

I II '1 8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920. ' . , . I, j eluding an EXT suit- The reason for including an extra pair of pants with your suit is bo logical and economical that it is a wonder that All suits have not been sold that way from the beginning. Clothing buyers realize the value of an extra pair of pants these days. When we originated the plan of selling every suit with an extra pair qf pants, it made an instant hit, and today, we sell more suits with extra pants than ever before. ; . , Extra Pants ' With Every Suit to Order. Specially Priced at ; " - , - All Wool Fabrics Exclusively I ' The extra pair means double wear and cuts the cost in half. 2309 Washington Ave , U! French Engineer Takes New Step to Solve Travel Problem By XEWTOX C. PATCKE, tntcnuitionnl News Service Staff Correspondent. PARIS. Aerial navigation, not by . means of aeroplanes or dirigibles, but by cars suspended from cables and capable of traveling at a high rate of speed, will some day s...

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. — 14 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920. 9 ' I Has Spent Eight Years in the Country and Reviews Conditions. DES MOINES, la., May 14. Bishop McConncll has had charge of the work of tho church In Mexico for tho past eight years and recently returned from a trip through that country. He de clared that the revolution carried I through by Carranza and Obregon has been successful In the senBo that 'it established tho main principles for which it was started, and conditions had improved in Mexican in the four years just past. No Cause for Intervention. Bishop McConnell said that in his opinion no sufficient cause for Intor ... f vention by the United States In Mcx- I Jco has ever yet appeared. "If Am- I oricans have been abused in Mexico, I Mexicans have been abused in tho ! ' United States," he asserted, rf ; If intervention comes, It will bring It! to Mexico nothing but physical bene- k. fit better roads, bettor sanitation, i, better school buildings. But the abyss Bj between t...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 May 1920

1 71 HI y 10 , THE Or-DFN STaXNDARD-T.XAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920. fl VI NOW! J ! is "Leave It To Me" J- THE ROMANCE OF A RICH YOUNG X MAN ALSO THE BIG Harold ILloyd TWO-REEL COMEDY v "From Hand To Mouth" y Returned By Request . It's a Scream. Don't Miss It. Sunday Katherlne McDonald In I t "THE TURNING POINT" ; Ogdeit Theatre I - CENTRAL AMERICANS ON POINT OF BATTLING WASHINGTON, May 1-1. Indica tions that a diplomatic crisis is dovel pj?ing in. Central America were given today in official and unofficial reports from various capitals there. The state department has been offi cially advised of a protest by the Hon duran government against the massing on the Salvadorean border of a mass ol, malcontents, presumably for an at tack on Honduras. Unofficial reports pfold of a revolution in Salvador, but il was believed in official circles here that this report -was based on the pro test by Honduras. President Gutlerreb of Honduras is said to have evidence that the support ers of Ex-pres...

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. — 14 May 1920

r THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920. 11 1 fll ifrr If REDUCED PRICES ON ! igfW Dining Room L"" -"B onnortunIty to purchase :i fine dining ij " ijyr - ? . -sgiiO P I room table nt a big saving. They are all j Tjdji an !TTjE"" I AVc11 made of the newest styles. 'f tf KiBKlttits 4 'N0, 6 2. golden oak table, full quar ll llflllllKRhuiBSfi' i 4$' 1 tere(1 orik tab,e- extends to fi feet; top -15 I ' 'Jf 1 1 H JlHa I inches diameter. Regular price ?55.00 .... SJ 'No. K-2001 5 P. G-45 golden table', selected ,,-v, M(EZTX V quartered oak, extends to G feet; top 4c t f?(mF 7rtlta inches in diameter. ?47.00 values. a ? V$ W Reduced to $38 5$ No. K-2028.5-S-15 table, selected oak, f in-? Q2 jN0' K-04 3-9 P. S-54 golden oak table d?01 AH ij ished goldcu, $15 grade InpOvAo full quartered, ?100 grade iPOl.lU 4 No. K-2043-6-P. table,' y AQ( I No. D43-S-4S, lull quartered oak table, JCQ 7C $60.00 grade P40.0U '.$72.50 grade . tpOO.J a No. M-704-P. T:-S-48 Vr. O. table, C1 Qft f No.,...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 May 1920

l f STATE AND JDAHO NEWS I J Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I! II. G. DIHEGTOH j BACKiTO LOGAN j Attends Joint Conference onj -3 Vocational Training ! ij at Denver J LOGAN". May 11. Dr. A. H. Saxer, "j director of home economics of the Ii uian jvm luuuiuiii uuiiUee, nasi jusl jc- turned from Denver where he went , to attend to joint conference of tho i west central and the Pacific coast states of the home economics division of the federal board for vocational ed ucation which met May .3 to S, Inclu sive. According to Dr. Saxer, the Utah college rcccive'd much favorablo attention at Denver because its course of study arranged for students who expect to teach the Smith-Hughes work in the high schools was very similar to the course outlined at the convention. Practically all institu tions offering work of this nature are now adopting the organization which has been in effect at the U. A. C. for the past two years. Much emphasis was placed at tho convention on the valu...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 May 1920

I Ogden Baseball Club Opens Season at Brigham City I I Frisch On Hospital List B Sickening Now at 3d Base I;. Just as Frankie Frisch, the Fordham college flash, was beginning i to make good John McGraw 's judgment in putting him in Heinie s. Zimmerman's job, he is knocked out by appendicitis. He is watching : ' the scoreboard from a hospital cot. Eut he is hopeful even though ! Eddie Sicking is playing a great game for the Giants at third. Ed- ; die is a youngster, too, and he is just as anxious to make good as i I Frisch. It is tough enough to be stricken with appendicitis, but it i is tougher still to see another fellow making good on the job you can't defend while you are in bed. 11 I WIgIISAY.g- j "0. would I were like Tyrus WV" A convict quoth one day. C &&ST 1 He knew that Tyrus Cobb JZVA Quick S j To make a getaway.. 2&s- "j i - fegL - -M jpi jr I used to think that caviar I I'" '.4 And truffles wore a treat, l" And only when I had much yen , IjgjM Roast guinea he...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 14 May 1920

I ACTIVE DEALING I IN 111 ISSUES I General List of Stocks Again H Goes Downward During Trading Trading today on the Salt Lake Hi Stock and Mining: Exchange was ac live although the downward tendency existed in the majority of the stocks. The onlv issue to show any strength whatsoever was Sells, which opened at lSc and advanced to 19c, .closing strong with this price bid for it. The downward trend was shown nariicular ly in Tintic Standard and Prince Con. the former changing hands as low as 54.15 and closing with the stock of fered at this price with only $4.10 bid. while the latter opened at -19c and sold as low as lGMsC, closing around this price. Keystone was also rather weak, changing hands as low as S3c Mta Con. was evry active at b'ic and 6c; Eureka Lily changed hands al lc; Columbus Rexall brought 52c and 53c; Howell went at 51 c; Kcy stone sold of lo 83c; Lchi Tintic was very active at 13c and 13Vfec; May Day 1 sold as high as 4c; Michigan-Utah was steady at 6c; Eureka Bullio...

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