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

Hl 3t I"H .OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1920. . ' 5 i I IlLOVE and MARRIED UFBl 2ij. the noted author j I Idah MCHone Gibson 1 THE ISSUE. "Theso are Ruth Gaylord's "chil dren," I said to John In explanation, hoping he would say something that would show he was a little envious. ' "Well, they arc some children I should say," he remarked as he picked up Ruth and sat her onhl3 shoulder.1 ifmcdiately the hands of both the lit-, tlo boys slipped Into mine and wo. started up "the quiet village street,! Ruth making gurgling, happy noises i ' as she plunged her fingers into John's , i hair to support herself on his shoul- J der- Slyly I looked at him when his face 'as turned away from me and he cer- Italnly was good to look at. A great big, handsome chap. All the love that I had .had for him before I married hhn came pouring back into my heart. John Silent for a Time. John didn't say very much until we put the children down at the gate, and then ho turned to me and remarked inq...

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 May 1920

I ' ,g tHEOGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY 18, 192ft v .A COODVLAgfe TO TRADS :! A Very Busy 1 White Sale I The opening days of this May White Sale have been j busier than any for 3'ears. Doubtless this is due to the ex- j I ceptional values. I I Chemise, Skirts, Bloomers, Skirts, etc. j I Gowns ON SALE AT 95 Cts. j ! I 8 ON SALE AT $1.45 Surely (his seems like beforethe- : A Laces and. embroideries have been war prices,- don't you think so? j 1 tastily used in the trimnijng o Women's bloomers, corset cover 1 1 these garments that are being sold drawers, and muslin skirts, all of : 1 so reasonably. Muslin chemise, them made of a very good quality I IP sldrts, bloomers and gowns of slip- of crepe or muslin. Our usual val- I ' r over and button front styles; mate- ues selling to 1.75. In the Qr j I I rials ai'e good muslin and crepe. May White Sales at V JO 2 May White Sales . . . . . $1.45 Blue Bird Garments ; j , I Garments of Nainsook ON SALE AT $2.95 i i ON SALE AT $1.95 You ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 May 1920

BisBi llBBilBilBB THE OODFN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1920. H IWti1 Til "-LEBlBf I lJ" "I III ! 1 . i-.ll ' ' H I It's poor economy to buy poor quality meats at I H I cheap prices. Our meats will always be found to be I H the best -quality with prices, usually as cheap as others I quote on poor quality meats. A trial steak or roast from H I any of our markets will convince you that our meats H I are much better than that sold at most markets. I I JL 30c nder Chuck Steals, Pound 22c 1 35c Quality Round Steaks, Pound 28c I HV 35c Sirloin Steaks, Pound ...28c g H I 40c T Bone Steaks, Pound 30c I I I 45c Pork Chops, Pound 33c I 40c Pork Loin Roast, Pound 31c jj H I 20c Boiling Beef, Pound 12c j M. 20c and 25c Pot Roasts, Pound ... 15 and 20c I H I 30c Rump Roast, Pound 20 and 22c B H 1 r 30c Choice Rib Roast, Pound 23c 1 I I Here's a clean up price on baby chick feed. You fi I I will have to pay $4.75 to $5.00 elsewhere. Get a sack 5 II I or two now, before it is gone. N I't C...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 May 1920

H ' -8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY-, MAY 18, 1920. - , v I II STATE AND JDAMO MEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I Former Governor of Idaho on Stand At Rigby inves tigation RIGBY, Idaho, May 18 Hearing of tlio federal trade commission com plaint against the Utah-Idaho Sugar i company, the Amalgamated Sugar company and other3, was completed yesterday in Rigby. with former Gov ernor James II. Hawley of Idaho on the witness stan'd the greater part of I " 1 .'the day. The hearing was adjourned ' to meet at Mcdf'ord, Ore., May 25. The I '.compla'int alleges conspiracy in re I straint of competition. I I Governor Hawley testified as to his association with the Beet Growers' Sugar company, of which he Is presi 1 dent, and related the former difficul- i 1 ties of the company and the manner in which they were overcome. Much of the evidence related to Mr. Coop- er's part in the early history or the concern at the time when Mr. Coop- er was chief engineer. The forme...

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 May 1920

I East High Defeats Weber Baseball Club in Fast Game 1 m ILEOPARDS HAVE Three Homers in Succession Put Skids Under Local ' Aggregation, i The East high school baseballcrs play- y- ed a flashy game against Weber Nor- may College here yesterday afternoon, i? winning by a score of 11 to 3. For $ three Innings neither side was ablo to i score, the teams going out in rapid 2 style. In the fourth frame the Leop- ards managed to break the ice and DeWald crossed the platter with the first score. II The Weber players came back strong in their half of the fifth after the j Leopards had scored five tallies and W made one run. In the first half of the fifth the invaders dealt forth some real baseball. Beers lead off with a double to center field. Anderson sapped one -Jw on the nose, scoring ,Beers. It was a long sacrifice fly. Gilllsple flew out: to Lindsay, the Weber first sacker . i making a wonderful running catch, jgj 'j 'Twas then the fireworks started, Henderson started the rally by send-...

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. — 18 May 1920

I . t 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1920. H I! , ' ! ; Tintic Standard Keeps on ! i.; Downward Way Closing i ! With $3.57 1-2 Bid f i, f Trading this morning on the Salt Lake Stock & Mining Exchange con ' tinued active although the general, trend oC the market continued down ward. Tintic Standard continued to weaken, changing hands as low as ?3.55, and closing with $3.57 bid and $3.62 asked. Prince Con. also snowed weakness, it opening at 40 cents and selling oft to 37 cents, closing with this price bid for It. Nail-j I driver was practically tne oniy siocic on the board to show any strength whatever, It opening at C3 cents and advancing to GG cents, closing with ' 65 cents bid nnd 66 cents asked. Alta Con. was very heavily traded in at 3 and 3 Vic, Eureka Lily weak I ened and sold as low as 10c, Coluni- bus Rexall changed hands as low as i S 47c, Howell brought 5c, Lohi Tln l tic was steady at 12c, New Quincy was active at Gc, Michigan-Utah was very heavily t...

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

- THE QGDEN" sVANDARDXAMlNEl-rTUESDAY, MAY 18, 1920 ' " "if flH If FOR SALE n I JRcal Estate j; j PAID j First class water right, good Innd. close to main lino railroad six hours of Ogdcn. Easy paymonto: money maker. S. E. HINCKLEY 431 Twenty-fourth Street i ' 1CU ! I. N. PIERCE Real Estnlo and Loans 502 Eccles Bldp. LETS get down to earth njraln. like-as wo used to. Be more neighborly, produce more, -work longer houra and be happy. Read this list. , . One three room house, Twenty-first and Tyler. Terms. ?S00. One seven room. Oalc street. Terms. 52050. One seven room brick, modern. Seven teenth, near "Washington, avenue, garage. Terms, 55500. . One six room brick and frame; modem; on Monroe, near Twenty-seventh; easy 1 payments. $4500. Ono seven room frame, modern; Adams avenue, near Twenty-third. $-1500. , Some very desirable vacant lots, oral - - part of city. Also some good farms. 16S3 f1 . GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO. 41G Twenty-fourth St. Phono 2S0-2SI $1750 BUYS 4. Thrco room modern ...

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

ii 8 Accessories ol every day utility j No matter how brightly finished an accessory may be, unless it fills I a distinct need it Is worthlcBS. You will find at Mack-Robinson's only those accessories of proven and universal utility the kind that j I helps in the enjoyment of your car. Goodrich Tires and Tubes j Tire worries are unknown to auto owners who use Good- rich Tires and Tubes. The famous Silvertown Cord and J cither a Red or Gray tube forms a combination that can't i j be surpassed. , i Cords 8000 miles Fabrics 6000 miles I "MrJWLn MACK-ROBINSON FL ! IHOl garage W il 1 teSS?! xi J- W- NICKSON, Prop. 1 Lgjjffi ' B " yjSw 2440 Grant Avenue Ogden 11 ELI Oil GLUiii) Hn Diplomas Will Be Given at Commencement to Be Held 'v in Tabernacle Sunday , Over one hundred members of the i North "Weber slake Religion class will receive diplomas at the gradua ' Hon exercises to be held in the taber I nacle Sunday afternoon at - o'clock The general public is invited to at c tend. A featuro of...

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

WF vw utliu - lnl,7;;.iirlnT' -M H ' ' StMm mtmm,m"" i wmi i I,, '" l JH . , WEATHER FORECAST. VA Af't St ( VtYV'T'fY I " tho M Mnrtk, I ' -Unsettled in north portf-; fair ' H I D EL' HA U 11111 H II H CT jj 3 U 9 K8 TY3 1 lis Mm'll i II- 1 II MX I news of the day Is to bo found in RH I Fiftieth vcarNo. 125. Pric. fiv. cnt. OGDEN CITY, UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 19, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M. fjl I 1 THOUSANDS OF POLES COMING TO US. It I Arrangements Made by He I brew Sheltering and Aid I 'Society of America 1 MOVEMENT TO CONTINUE JaP FOR ABOUT TWO YEARS Applicants Camp on Spot to Obtain Permits to 60 to j Promised Land WARSAW, May 18. Arrangements mm ' have been completed for the transpor- XI tatlon of 2000 persons weekly from ftra Poland to the United States by the He mm brow Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Soft Society of America which recently opened offices, in Warsaw. The Polish authorities estimate that a quarter of a million persons already l have applied for passports, about ...

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

I " 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1920. j I BsHI " - bill! iiiTTr-TiTrnii 1 1 n n i m mi n in ! i 1 1 n i ! in i 1 1 i n mm i ii i im i im in i i mi i ' , . i . rMnriimrnriTnTiiii t - I JIB IR The richest man III in the world 1 Hill can't have better music than you can have right In your own IjS fiSSi&K home every day of the year. ffl w these machines arc chosen by the greatest artists to u PftffcwH faithfully reproduce their voices and playing. fcjj EfjRjJ Our special terms enable you to have the one you want. " fm Mjfftsm Ve have nil models some an low as $4 down. The bal- k8 wKlfH ance on ensy term's you'll never miss. Choose today. Terms to Suit You i I WASHINGTON, May IS. A bevy of Toman suffrage workers fresh from their unavailing attempt to secure rat ification of the national woman suf frage amendment by the Delaware leg islature, persistently heckled Will H. Hays, Republican national chairman, when he made a speech today at a k meeting of Republican ...

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

THF, cy"7' STANDARD EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1920. .. ... . " H H i iimwtim ill M TnTTrrrBiriimninn n i i urn iwn i n ' mK r M r Two tables full of summer sport shoes and slippers, some of them left from last summer It's true, but all just as k'iocI as the day " they were made, and at last year's prices. Ladles9 mi Men's t k Ladies' Slipper Famous all over the country for summer sport k o 1 n 'fn -rl wear the durable, comfortable, stylish Keds. B ailCl UXlOras mnJe whlte canvs Wlth rubber soles. They B Latest styles and e've your feet such a freedom and restfulness I ' 'extra quality, still that you will be chummy vlth your Keds the W on sale. Values up minute you put them on. All sizes for men and -to $10.00 GC' QE women worth up to $4,50, and you can corrie m ' at . . . . j5UtOJ and pick them out for 51.48 'jo. uood Shoe4 j J, 2356 Washington Avenue Ogden II To Lovers of Roses ! , Have just received a large assignment of Roses in all colors, j I Choice monthly bloomers, hardy ...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 May 1920

: 4 tutt o- 'N''XRQ-EXA1VIINER. WEDNESDAY, MATT?, 19Z0. I I I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah " ESTABLISHED 1870 PIember of the Audit Bureau of Circulation arid the Associated. Press An independent Newspaper, -published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance One Month ' v -J5 One Year .-....$9.00 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credit-ed in this paper and also the local news published herein. I NEW DEPOT IN OGDEN. Having been built thirty years or more, the old union depot in Ogden hasbeoomc antiquated and the Union Pacific and Southern Pacific railroads arc considering plans for a larger building. ' In Salt (Lake the Oregon Short Line has a depot of imposing pro portions and the Denver & Rio Grande has a similar structure. The tM-o depots do not house o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1920. ' S ' 1 9 IllOVE and MARRIED LIFEl Iwj, the noted author 1 Idali MGlone Gibson 3 &-- ., ,i I V i nTI 1 1 1 TTW I 'MY HUSBAND'S IDEAS. "I don't know exactly bow you are going to find out whether this letter tells the truth or i lie," answered John. "If you accused Elizabeth More land of writing thin note she would promptly deny it." "You arc the one that is going to tell mc If it is a He or the truth, John." Wo had reached the steps to the plaza no 1 asked this and he stopped quite still and looked at me curiously. I was not sure whether ho was very an gry 'or very much surprised. , v "I don't nge how you are going to find out the truth or untruth of this! matter by me, Katherine," he at last said. "I am just going to ask you a few questions and leave it to your honesty, John, to answer truJhfully." "All right, go ahead," he said rather thickly, as he seated himself on the upper slop. "Come and sit beside me. You look as if yo...

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. — 19 May 1920

i 1 s THE OCDEN' STANDARD-EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1920, ' I ij "Lissen," Dad, jj 1 Take home some records NEW MAY RECORDS I CUnacn-Habanara " G,bncIR Bcpnronj Chanion de la Touralno (Sons of Tourtlne) Enuliode iGocorr 1 Cradle Sonjt (Mendelssohn) v;0Hn , Miwha EJman I Lo, Here the Gentle Lark Amobla GaJli-Curel Call Mo Thine Own Mabel Garruon I Sunrise ond You , EdY d v?Kw j Fond RacoUectlon. Violoncello J, n t 5 Symphony In G MInot Menuetto (Mozart) Philadelphia Orche.tra Duna Relnald Weirenrath Se. the Conqn'rinjt Hero Comas C)How Larely ara the H II Mewenaer. Viclr Sfc01" B H If WthAllYocrHaarta (2) Paloral Symphony Victor Orchetrrn B Daddy, You'to Been a Mother to Me Henry Burr H 3 Jut Like tho Roo v Chr"t3 "Ti'E0" R 13 How Sorry You'H Bo. Wait 11 You Sco Esther Walker B Ho Went In Like a Lion and Camo Out Lika a Lermb Billy Murray n 9 Hand in Hand Asain Albert Campbell and Henry Burr B AUThat I Want U You Cb"!OJ,"aTt m 3 ! Hiawatha'. Melody of Lore SterhnBTno h 'j I'm Alwa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 May 1920

I. r- ELKS INITIATE 41 CANDIDATES Sunday Officers of Ogden Lodge Go to McGill; Pre pare for Convention The largest class that has ever been initiated in Ogden lodge, No. 719, B. P. O. E., in their home in this city was accepted into the order last eve ning when '11 candidates were "let In'' on the mysteries of Elkdom, This practically marks the close of the Ini tiation of the largo number of candi dates that were gained during the time f up to the first of last month. The i- roster of the local lodge now numbers ' .well over a thousand members. Go to McGIII. On next Sunday the officers of Og ' den lodge and a large number of mem bers will journey to McGill, Nevada, where an initiation ceremony will be held. About eighty candidates have been voted on and these will be Ini tiated at that time, as a branch of 719. B H. Sullivan, of McGill, was In Ogden last evening and explainvd the I details of the program arranged for the reception of the Ogden visitors. This reception includes a big...

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

lr I 1 8 ' THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 9, 1 920. . .9 t HI i- - H I how to economise jr I i in clothes . : I you're interested in flat subject, we're sure; because I everyone likes the results of economy the money saved, but you may not like the sacrifices that go with "economizing." the nice thing about clothes I economy is the fact that you don't have to sacrifice, .f - I buy better clothes that's all. then you let the j?, I v clothes do the economizing, our all-wool clothes I last longer; you buy fewer of them; spend less money, yf- B Hart Schaffner & Marx make them. , I one wool suit at $60 costs less than two poor suits at $35 each; the wool suit will outwear the two and will look better while it's H doing it "i. - I -i .-tfie home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes ; l ' - 4 j GIRL IS OREGON'S CHIEF "COW-TESTER" iw, - c I Corvallis, Wash. Who said that I there ia a limit , to the fields that a j woman may enter? Tho latest ia that 1 . of official "cow t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 192P. 9 ll If "The American Beauty" in the Loveliest J I 1 1 Picture of the Year. From, the Novel By P J II Robert W. Chambers. Also MUTT And I jt JEFF Comedy PATHE NEWS. H I t I ,',:. STAY OuFlNTME RAIN j . J ferea another reason for the high 1ZZ21ZIZ .cost of automobile tires. They're -, content with ovgrall protests against " j ' -10 hit coat ot cldthcs, some of V- M Lt '' tlicnr arc trylnff out the rubber dress. ,; 1ft' V IH afiovlo Queen Hobo -Daniels .is wearing ;;V !' 1 .' this.; one! made 'of rubber -with an appllqucd design. V jy ' : "'"it's' for all weather wear," she M' I Manufacturers Against Such Aid for ex-Service Men as Lessening Inspiration NEW YORK, May 19. Government ownership and operation of Industry and general distribution of a cash bonus to war veterans, were opposed In a "platform for American industry," adopted at the silver jubilee conven tion 'of the National Association of Manufacturers. These and other pro ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 May 1920

I THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1920. I I STATE AND JDABO NEWS I Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State Death of Road Commission Worker Is "Act of God," Therefore "Compensable" SALT LAKE, May 19. The supreme court of the state of Utah yesterday handed down the decision that Joseph Clarence Johnson, employe of the state' road commission, who met death by ac-1 cident; thnt such accident occurred dur-( ng ihc course of his employment; that, inasmuch as the statute does not make the act of God an exception, therefore,; the death of Johnson was an accident , k within the meaning of the statute forj which compensation is allowed. i This opinion came as a result of an appeal made by the state road commis sion against the state industrial com misaion award for compensation to Johnson's dependents. Johnoon was .paid $3 a day for the! intermittent work of going out on the j roads after a rain storm to work with a span of horses. Bv the decision handed down, and sig...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 May 1920

flH THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1920. - j, H 9 Ogden Baseball Club Will Officially Open Season Here I JS Tremonton-Garland Will Oppose Locals' frfm ' In Initial Contest mll Mayor Frank Francis, Commissioners WaVd and Flygare and iTtjjHj - Warren L. Wattis Will Perform in Opening Day 'lA ' Ceremonies at Lorin Farr Park; Great ,.VH Revival Is Expected I BY IDA KNOWE. Oh, Boy! Arc y'u goin'? To the opening baseball game at .Lorin Fan- park next Saturday after noon. Y'u don't mean to say y'u don't know about It. Well, after more than seven years of slumber, old King Base ball -will attempt to come back a la Ty Cobb, and Saturday afternoon the Og den club of the Wasatch league -will officially open the 1920 season at home with the TremontonGarland club as opponents for the locals, The comeback, or the awakening, or whatever one may term th'e "big" noise, was started some weeks ago by the live wires, and in order to be suc rV cessful, the old time pepper, ginger and su...

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. — 19 May 1920

I 12 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1920. H iWait to See What Happens After Grain Corporation Control Ends June 1 (Special to Standard-Examiner) TJINNEAPOLIS, May 19. Tho Northwestern Miller's Weekly Rc vlftw o tho Flour trade says: "Tho flour market has been quiet the past week with a slight scatter ing demand and buyers holding off Ins much as possible until it becomes 'clearer what will happen after the grain corporation control ceases 'Juno 1. Prices rose another 15 to ' 35 cents per barrel for patents last week and have since ruled about 1 steady. Most of tho business clone Is In second hand stocks at prices below levels. Strikes and car short ago continue to limit wheat receipts j at mills and to prevent dovilcry of i flour sold, but tho output Is 43 per ' cent of capacity ns against 41 the week before. The Kansas-Oklahoma hard winter wheat mills ref.ortcd 62 per cent as against 54, and the Ohio valley soft winter wheat mills 45 per cent as against 34. I NEW Y...

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