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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 May 1920

t s ILOVE and MARRIED 1IFEI Jhj. the noted author I Idah MGlone Gibson J I Alice's PlUIosophy I grew a little sick at heart when I thought how John's mother's plana would have to bo changed If anything had happened to curtail John's Idea of my wealth. For I was very sure John had not entirely paid for the big house .nd he expected to use some of my lncomo to do It, although he had made mo a present of It with so much im pressivenoss. "I think T will write to Madam Gor ' don today and ask her to send mo down thoso baby clothes 'and mater ials that I had bought a year ago. Perhaps It Is Juat as well that the store would not take them back after the automobile accident. You will re member that I told you how angry John was about It. It will be a great 1 pleasura for me' to start in making the little clothes while I am down here. "You do want the baby after all," wild Alice In a way that let mo know sho had ben rather troubled about my selfishness. "Yet, dear, I do. I think when I have ...

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. — 26 May 1920

I ! ' 6 THE OGDEN STANDARDEXAMINER, WEDI'DAyTmAY 26, 1920. I l il All Ready For Decoration Day I 1 I Hi : 1 : , I !;! I r O 1 Flags Close 6 P.M. Mail Orders Luncheon Staaw Hat Time I 1 H W W 1 Thousands of flags will be want- Since the otorc clo8es at 6 p. m. Orders will be filled by mail on Customers who come from out- All men have been looking for- H I A W mf HL Mm IF ed for Memorial day. The Down. 'a necessary to urge early any of these Items If orders are side towns will be glad to know ward to the time when the straw I MLg(& W l'JI stairs store Is well supplied with shopping and especially this oent promptly and cash accompa. that a very satlsfnctroy lunch- hat can replace the old winter c i & all kinds and sizes of the nation- weck as the store will be closed nI" the order; Wo Prepay the eon can be had hero at the Foun- headwear. These are now ready J ' I Next Monday, Memorial Day, the StOre' a, flags at very modest prices. a., day Monday meS"h9aCnde..CPt " hC3Vy vlcis...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 May 1920

I T',r ' '"V miner. WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1920. 7 FH ICOZY-'NOW JACK DEMPSEY the best known man in the world' in Daredevil A PATSE SERIAL Ihe , Shiveringly Seasons sensational Serial 1 I oensation . , , .,1 I I Supersaturated with 1 i Dangerous Adventure, I and Breath-Holding Thrills. I Presenting as the Star, the Interna I tional Celebrity, in a Romantic Role, I proving that "Love will find a way." Sl w" i Also . t$;..'? I DOUG FAIRBANKS I :. I "HIS MAJESTY, THE AMERICAN" " Schedule Cases Before Utilities Commission Tho Utah public utilities commls- t - . ' fllon yostord.iy announced sotting1 of j' cases for hearing in June. Tho calon- K ' dar follows: A Application of B. J. Dorton for pcr- U mission to operate an automobile ime I between American Fork and Saratoga R Springs, June 7. n Eastern San Juari Telephono com- . r pany for a permit to construct a line fcjCO between Montlcollo and Colorado state mP5 line, Juno 3 at Monticollo. - Utah Light & Power company for E j.'.y. permi...

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. — 26 May 1920

I POVERTY AND RICHES One Is Wealthy in Proportion to What Health and Joy of Life He Possesses. II a MOTHER wroto to her daughters' I A at cllc& tne other day: "You I girls mny think you are poor (I'm I corry yo j can't have- thoso now coats I you want particularly since you've never I complained), but you aro rich. rich, rich I compared to mllHonnalrc Brown's daugh I ter, who was recently married and Hvc3 I In the next block. She's a sweot girl, Ij loo. if she'd over had anything to bring li out what thero Is In her, but she's always I been pampered and now she Is pining I for this thing and that-always the thing I alio hasn't or something somo one else I has done that she hasn't." I : f l. I In Comparison, Y'l "Her father gave her a two thousand ( dollar necklace tho otner day and her I husband supplemented this with a thon I sand dollar seal coat It was her blrth I day. Was she happy? Oh. no. Some I of her friends had ju6t gome abroad she L wasn't with them I One of her five 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. — 26 May 1920

, THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1920. , , 9 . , Positively Last Times Tonight ! Tho best picture of the season Something different, a big story I Big stars I mi ThewersEnd J 3pH Vv James Oliver Garwood ji Where all the good pictures are shown. At the Orpheum, 7 and 9i,m. j IOrpheum Theatre, Wednesday, June 2 p?;j,EJVrd?f . ' ! BtacrmDHosr.. AUaLLPOQ- EDD1NG&R, lgMvr t Government Calling for Bids ou Mail in ' Bids are being called .for by tho v?' government for the carrying of mail y over 'the four routes Into Ogden ITnd : between the postoffice terminal anl v . the union station, It Is proposea to consolidate the four routes. Heretofore tho messenger service has been paid partly by the railroads tind partly by the government, but un- ' - if jqu want' the Remain & in bottles foT the home and on draught Ider the new contract the messenger service will be paid for by the govern ment only. This Information has been received at the postoffice in Ogden this morni...

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. — 26 May 1920

( THE OOOFM ST NDARD EXAMINER. WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1920. g I! STATE AND JDAHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I DM MENACING t NEARJPLFORD Small Town Threatened; I Emergency Crews Work All Night MILFORD, May 26. Emergency crews recruited from the citizens oC Milford worked throughout last night in an effort to strengthen the dam at Adanisville, eighteen miles up the Beaver, river, which is overflowing and threatening the entire valley with flood. If tho dam should break, Miners- ille, a town of nearly 600 inhabitants, t situated a few miles below the dam f. 'at the mouth of the. canyon, will prob ablv be entirely wiped out. Milford, 111 located at the bena 01 uie mu, LJU-Relieved to be sufficiently far away to be virtually out of danger, and the river courses along a flat stretch for so nianv miles before it reaches here only tho "crops would be damaged in the event the dam goes out. The dam, built four or five years ago bv the Delta Land & Water com V panv.'...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1920. ' One Thousand Athletes Entered In College Tilts I I Forty-fourth Year Of Features to Be Best Ever Scheduled Coast Teams Expected to Make Good Showing in Eastern Intercollegiate Championships at Franklin Field Friday and Saturday; Many Stars Are Entered r PHILADELPHIA, May 26. With .more than 1.000 entries the forty fourth annual track and field cham pionship games of the Intercollegiate Amateur Athletic Association of Amer ica will be staged at Franklin Field hero on Friday and Saturday (May 28 29). In many respects tho meet will I be tho most Important staged "by the association In some years. Tho per formances of the winning athletes take on added Interest duo to the proximity of tho Olympic games and the college track coach whose pupils succeed in capturing tho point trophy and cham pionship will stand out prominently as a candidate for tho position of trainer of the American Olympic team which will represent this country at ...

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. — 26 May 1920

H 'AT THE OGDEN gTNbARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1920. . I I! M TONE IN MINEjTOCKS Genera! Trend in Trading on , Salt Lake Exchange Is , i Downward I Tho general trend In mining stocks today was downward on the Salt Lake 3, Stock &. Mining Exchange. Tintlc Standard, which has practically been the feature for tho past ten days, weakened to a certain exicnt this morning, opening at S3.67V and sell ing as low as $3.60, closing wlih tho stock offered at this price and with only $3.57 bid for it. Eureka Lily and New Qulncy wero the two heavi est traders of tho day. 21,200 shares I of the former changing hands at 11 and llMsC. while 20,000 shares of the I latter changed hands at 6Hc. J Alta Con. changed hands at 1 and M 2c, Eureka Lily brought .11 and HVic, f? Columbus Rexall sold at 49 and 49c, IT I Empire Mines changed hands at 7c, ' Iron King sold as low as 25c, New . Quincv was active and sold off to 12c, Naildnver changed hands as low as f 70c, Emma Silver was active at SUc, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 May 1920

ml 1 I f THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, WEDNESDAY. MAY 26. 1920. i JH I 1.4. I FOR SALE I J Real Estate H FOR SALE BY SKEEN REALTY CO, 1 SUBSTANTIAL brick home of seven l rooms, full bascmont. 2812 Grant, a snap j for $250; $1200 cash, balance easy; be H' quick. I A small new bungalow ready for occu- , pnncy. $C00 cash, balance $35 a month. Price $3000: will take pood car as part I payment. Phone 013. 2255-W. 19CS SMITH FLINDERS CO. Ask for Mr. Saunders. City Department. $2600 buys one five room modern house on South Washington. Large lot, good barn; everything up to date. Five room cement block house on Twcn-ty-nlnth street. I2asy terms. Xcw five room modern on bench; must Hii bo Mold. . It will pay you lo sco us always before H, purchasing. S3 1 mW I jlM BY OWNER Four room modern bunga- K; low. partly furnished, has gas. nine cher- ry trees, chicken house- nnd run. lot -IS 4 l hv 132 foot 1627 Grant avenue. Phone I'll ( 2551-NW. 1211 "9E J10 ncrc Irrigated farm all under cultl- vnll...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 26 May 1920

B 1 nl B' 1 WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1920. Wf IM-M WVWH.K. OGDEN. UTAH Hi SHOES FOR MEN I JHK $8.85 I l&MVS'W, & Tho kind men like to wear. Black and ' U t ixiMW H Tim In all sizes and widths. Made of ft, i!s5,vMl?Itj h exceptionally good quality leather to r . mStHJfMW Iook nnd WCftr wc,,: English styles and ; I MfiSW I othcr model3 ,nc,uded- ' s 1. Biss I " At 5SlS5 lhc-v aro ldced bargains. ' j .1 fflft -fvyit4ff,s V CIark'3 strictly cash system mokes ji U yVS'tiiSM lh,H saving possible. See them In our v "vvln(3ow como m and try tMcm on- I i! ! If! 2356 Washington Avenuo Ogdcn js 1 i&c BB9" f" " "'' f n ' '" i f Lj (jfij jj , I J Ogclen JVlan Back From Wash it ington to Address State 1 Meeting at Salt Lake John Culley, Ogden druggist and nationally known for his work on I pharmaceutical boards, will gfvc hlsj report as a delegate to the American; Pharmeccutlcal association this after-' noon in Salt Iakc at the annual con-i 1 vention of the Utah Pharmaceutical! jtl associat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 May 1920

BP 11 Fiftieth Year-No. 133. Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 27, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M II v 9 w w s 8 v y v v I-EACH CANDIDATE BOASTS OF VICTORY1 "II A A A A . A A A A A A A I WOOD HAS MORE I DELEGATES THAN I ANY 1HLS But No Candidate Has Enough to Insure His Victory at j . Chicago Convention j EACH MANAGER IS MAKING BIG CLAIMS 1 T One Big Factor Is Great Num- ffl .her of Contests Which Must j Be Decided j I CHICAGO. May 27. Candidates fori i f (he Republican nomination for -the! presidency today opened their final R : drive to capture the 493 votes that ffl I spell victory In the convention which I II ;j opens here one week from next Tues-i Pi ' dav 4 ; . The last of the 9S4. delegates who I wUi sit m tho convention were selecl- II ed vesterday when Vermont Rcpubll- ' cans chose eight delegates. jjl i Major General Leonard Wood, pres- I " cnt returns show, will enter the con-1 I I voution Hvith more instructed votes I I than any other candidate but I I h...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 May 1920

IT ' 7 i H j 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MAY 2JJj20. m I iQUERETARO, Hex., May 26.- Rodolfo Herrero today surrender ; ed to Gen. Lazaro Cardenas at Co j; yulta, Puebla, and Is being taken to Mexico City to tell all he knows 1 about the death of Carranza, ac f, cording to a mcGsage received by ) ' General P. Ellac Calles today. General Calles has ordered all i persons accompanying Carranza at the time of his death to be detain ! ed and questioned regarding the "circumstances. Former Mayor's Story I t EL PASO, Tex., May 26. (By The I Associated Press). President Carran JL a came to hie death while making ft plans for the recovery of his power. He ' had never given up hope of regaining 8 control of the country and would have refused the safe conduct of the revolu A1 tlonlsts If- ho had received it. ; This was the statement today of Felipe Ronquillo, former mayor of .11 nilnez, who was ,with Carranza during the first week of his flight, j ' Senor Ronquillo came to El Pnso t...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 May 1920

f THE GGDEN " STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 192(7. 3 ll ' .JBliHilSfl I NOW 1:45 TO 11 P. M. 1 JKri 7116 AthIetic Daredevil D " GEORGE WALSH ' T' SiT . J! '1,1 ln a RuQh-and-Tumble Western EB Also Dandy i flf GEORGE WALSH News I Vi I PlRECTlOli WmiAM FOC I Ogden Theatre M I U I SUNDAY TOM MIX IN "DESERT LOVE." SOME H PICTURE It ROTilS BUCK I HOSPITAL PLANS I Entire Membership Pledged to I Assist Mgr. Cushnahan Ac- I complish Plans as Outlined 1 The Ogden Rotnry club -went on rec- I ord yesterday unanimously endorsing I tho establishment hero of the St. I Mary's hospital as an absolute neces- 1 slty for tho future needs of Ogden, I and pledged Its membership to aid ln I tho accomplishment of plans for the I v hospital as outlined by Mgr. P. M. tew-jfd' Cushnahan, V. G. u f. The matter was brought to tho at- 1 J tentlon of the club by A. P. Blgelow Ijgrej and TV. H. "Wattis, tho president of the W '-7 Thomas D. Deo memorial hospital, yj !- Both urged tho necessity" of tho pro- ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 May 1920

H' 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920. , I I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER Publishing company Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah ' ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Presa An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a niuisle or a club. Subscription in Advance l g:::::::;:::::::::::::":::::::::::::::::::::::::I9:oo 1 I MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 J The Associated Press is exclusively entitlod to the use for republi- I cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. I ! OUR POSTOFFICE EMPLOYES. H TX6st faithful of all public servants nrc the postoffice employes, j and yet they are the most neglected in point of wages and working L conditions. . h jM-cn in positions of groat responsibility get salaries which a bl street laborer would not accept and too often they work under the Kl handicap of insauitary sur...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 May 1920

Hj THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920. 5 IW ILOVE and MARRIED LXFEl p Jhj. the noted author I Idah MSCslone Gibson J J n.iuii.. - " - A ICttcr From Knrl Shcpnrd "I think In time, my dear Kathcrlne, Hj you will como to bo Hko mo. It is only that I havo grown sensible sooner than you; perhaps sooner than most women. But I bellevo every woman comes to accept lifo as It is and not as she wishes It to be if sho lives Ion? enough." 1 With this Alice left me and I pro- WM pared for bed. I do not know when I i wont to sleep, but when I awakened In M J tho morning, I remembered that my I I J last thought before unconsclousnesa was not of my husband, Allco, or any of 4 my affairs, but of Karl Shopard. I am not euro whether I was awake part jKP vory visible dream but 1 seemed to if hear his voice calling, calling to mo, ! saying: "Jvatherlno, it Is so. There are men who can love devotedly all tholr lives." And then, It must havo been a dream, , for I plainly saw Karl Shcpard s...

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. — 27 May 1920

I Police Land Alleged Burglars After Chase; Three Places Entered i Charged with the burglary of three Ogdcn stores last night, Cal Tucker, i 19, of Camden, N. J. and Clarence 0b- wald alias Robert Buckley, 14, or Laramie, Wyo., were lodged in (the Hj j: ' city Jail this morning after a hot race I to the Weber river at the foot of Hll I Thirty-third street. ' The boys, the police say, had forced -li ehtranco Into the Modern Market, E' Cheesman Auto Supply company and H m ' -..r,tho Sullivan drug store. Sights the Boys 'It was as thoy wore leaving the 1 drug store that the boys were first sighted by Officer A. M, Stevens about -1 o'clock this morning. He called to them to halt and Tuck , er fired at him with a 32 calibre re- j volver, the officer said. Stcvons re- 1 turned the fire and when the boy H Z hrnU-r nnrl nn thr nfflr.nr started in 1 pursqlt, blowing his whistle to sum ff i mom other officers. Sergeant A. M. Edwards and Chauf ' feur Butterfield responded to the call In the me...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 27 May 1920

BP fHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920. 1 America Has Had Many All-Round Athletic Champions I Thirty-Five Stars I Have Copped Honors I In Ail-Around Tilts B ;W. R. Thompson Copped First All-around Title in 1884 I J With 5304 Points; Alma Richards of the Ogden J . A. A., Won Championship in 1915 at San B''' Francisco; Interest Centers on I 1920 Champion J With, four exceptions the United .1 States ha8 always copped the Amerl- J can all-around championships in track and field contests. In 1884 the first all-around title games were staged and W. R. Thompson -with a score of 5,304 ' points "was adjudged the winner, j The highest score registered for the honors waa made in 1912 by James J Thorpe, tho Indian. Thorpe recorded I 7,476 points. J. Cosgrove of Albany, . N. Y., with a score of 4,406, tops tho ' list as the winner with the lowest score. Since tho games were started in 1884 but three western men have copped , the honors. In 1910 and 1911 F. C. r Thompson "won easi...

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. — 27 May 1920

OODFN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920. 1 pi STOCKS flj Qispyra I- Trading on S. L. Exchange 1 Featured by Varied j Fluctuations ft J Trading this morning on tho Salt H !! Lake Stock & Mining: cxchango was jl ! rather activo, with prices both up and 3 j down In the most active stocks. Sells Htt and Silver Shield were about tho two Hft, ! moat activo stocks of tho day, tho ror Bfr mer opening af 17c and changing Wi hands as low as 16c, closing with only Iff this price bid for it and 15 naked, 1 . while tho latter opened at 10c and It sold off to 37c, but regained strength T before the close, closing with 3Sc bid H nnd 3S c asked, Tlntlc Standard was B a little stronger over the close yestcr- m day. selling at 3.603.62 u and cloa- llt Ing strong with $3.00 bid for It. Alta Con. brought lc; Big Hill 111 changed hands at SSH:cr Eureka v 1 Lily was Btcady at lKgaic; Colum- l bus Rexall shc&ed a little strength ' and advanced to 54c; Gold Chain changed hands at Sc; New Qu...

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. — 27 May 1920

Inflated Prices Make Home Gardens Important Now as in WarTim I HS By ADOLPH KRUHM. -r T will be much moro necessary to make iB 'y I food pnrdens during 1020 than it was B1 ' during: the war. Then we were flcht- 'lne the enemy who planned to encroach i .. upon the liberties of mankind. Now we have to fleht the much moro powerful Gen Hj crnl H. a if nnd the most effective way to fiBh't that evil lender of hungry, discon . (cntcd hordes is to produce more. Every ' cno who has acccM to a piece of ground, no H - matter how small, should plan to produce Nme food during this cominp summer, for JM that is the only way in which saving In fB ' food can be effected. g J Gardens can bo made most anywhere If W i the spirit planning them is enterprising fi ' enough. A bade yard, an adjoining lot. a rented plot lust oufsldo of the city or any 1 1 11 22 ' pSce whore the sun shine but a f r ' hours each day offer tho chance to I 1 ' things Nature herself sends along her a ds. I V rain, sunshine and ...

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. — 27 May 1920

1 TME OCDFN STANDARD -PC A MINER, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920. I I STATE AND IDAHO NEWS j Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State V I I A. C. Expert Gets Federal Job I l! for Research Work I LOGAN, May 27. Professor George i B. Hendricks, director of the school j , of commerce and business admlnlstra- t I ' tion, Utah Agricultural college, has I Just received official appointment as 1 research agent in marketing for Utah, j representing the United States depart I I I mont of agriculture. I Utah has had a field agent in mar- I I V keting in the past but this is the first m . 1 time the state bas been given the ad- Wj j vantage of a research agent. The lm- V 1 ' portance of the work can hardly be j 1 a overestimated inasmuch as marketing 1 i! problems in Utah are still largely un-' I lr. rolved and their solution rests upon If - scientific investigation. j 1 i The object cf the work, as stated ' I by Prof. Hendricks, will be to invest! 1 ' gato the prevailing methods employed j 1 ...

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