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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

H SECOND SECTION OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1920. ' PRICE FIVE CENTS I HERE AND THERE IN THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY! I I JUNE, MONTH OF' BRIDES AND ROSES, AT HAND I v , 'f Romance Ends 1 With Beautiful ' Church Wedding ' Sanford - Matthews Nuptials j I Form Brilliant Event of J Past Week 1 j -One of the beautifully appointed j weddings of tho week occurred at 'j'' li o'clock Tuesday morning at tho ' i First Congregational church when I ... tho marriage of Reverend Godfrey .' Matthews. M. A. pastor of the - I church, and Miss Emer Sanford. I daughter of the late George H San- !. ' ford and Mrs. Emma V.'. Sanford, ' was solcmnizod under the old An- ! gllcan ceremony by the Reverend R John AV. Hyslop, rector of the 0 church of the Good Shepherd, and 10 $Bo Reverend John Edward Carver, ff"" pastor of the FlrBt Presbyterian ( church of Ogdcn. 1 Tho Reverend Matthews la a na- "i tlvo of Mlddleaboro, England, and a S. J graduate of the University of Edin if burgh. He loft a pastora...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

r l l 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY, MAY 30. 1920. ' ' - ' ' : - J I I Sai I1 I SALT LAKE. May 29. In honor of Miss lone Heiner, a Juno bride, Miss Violet Bologneso, Miss Ruth WIscomb 'I and Miss Margaret Marshall enter tained Tuesday afternoon at the Bdlo i gneso home on Seventh East street. Miss Hoiner -was the gust oC honor at a kenslngton and tea given Mon day afternoon by Miss Mabel Hansen and Miss Vernal Sroets at the Han sen home on eighth East streot. A color scheme of lavender and green was carried out in the house decorations. Lavender sweet peas, lilacs and ferns were used about the rooms and on the tea table. A minia ture Maypole, wound with lavender u and green ribbons, with the ends of 1 the ribbons extending to each place, was the centerpiece for the tea table. Covers were laid for twenty. The place cards were in lavender and green. The hostesses wer6 assisted by their I mother?, Mrs. Frederick Sheets and Mrs. Joseph Hansen. . . Miss Jasmine Smith, a June brid...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

HH' ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1920. 3 (Society i One of the best meetings or the 1 year was held by the members of the Child Culture club Thursday aft- ( crnoon at the University club room, j when Mrs. Elizabeth Denson was the hostoss for the afternoon. Mrs. R. A. Moyos was the chairman for tho meeting. .Nominations wero made for the club directors and their elec tion will tako place at tho next meet ing. Tho number of directors has been extended from seven to eleven. Mrs. Moyes grave as the subject for the afternoon a paper on "Amcrl canliirSon." which excellently brought out the idea of making better cltl- zens of the many aliens who come to America. MUw Josephine Shorten cave two numbers which delighted J&-' the members of tho club. At the w?- conclusion of her first selection she I- was applauded so heartily that she ' : responded with. "Last Night I Was f1 Dreaming." The club will meet next Thursday, June 3 at tho University i club rooms and all the mem...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

I, 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1920. jl The Ogden Standard-Examiner IMaytime in Utah Is Fine Welcome to Tourists in Hudson Sedan I I Playtime In Utah, with greon val- ' leys and blooming orchards, certain ly looked good to W. C. Kempt and his wife who arrived last Sunday in Ogden after a trip from Minneapolis, driving all the way, through the mud k.ind streams of spring weather in a Hudson Sedan. The long trip took them just seven days which is excellent time consid ering the road conditions and the many experiences encountered on the trip. In commenting on his long tlrlve Mr. Kemp said, "This is cer tainly a muddy season in "Wyoming. Even the so-called desert region on the long climb to the mountains Is a regular mire. The roads are washed in many places and driving Is mighty hard on any car that tries to cross them. All along the road we passed stalled cars, many with broken springs and axles. others with stripped gears and the like. We helped the ones we could ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

A Tribute tq Our Trade store is known by the com pany it keeps" and ocr high cLias, cfiscrimmating trade la tho best advertisement for our store, increase it and to satisfy tt, always. F Vc arc building our business on ' ' values and the public appreciates it- This does not mean merely ' more for the money. It means sound policy and wide experience, j We know how to buy as well as f to sell and you get the benefit. j CENTRAL CARRIAGE j WORKS Geo. Huss, Prop. ; ): ' I l Square of Canvas Is j Very Handy Accessory Few car owners realize what a con- i vcnlent accessory Is a little square of S canvas about eighteen Inches over all. It saves the knees of tho trousers 21. when you have to. kneel to got at some W Inaccessible part. It keeps the Jaekj h from slipping on snow or Ice. It keeps r tt 1 the Inner tube out of tho dust when I u this part Is being Inserted by tho foiui-i 1 side. It will Forve to strain gasoline! J through. It will keep tools from rat- I . tllng. It will protect the ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

Mm THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY., MAY 3D, 1920 I i 1 1 1 - . 4 vacation I I When Mayes Was President I I Give XE? ff His 1 1 I Rj P I .:-i. ' fg?' Give your A bicycle encourages 0 H if I ; JwSfuil of e United States more than forty years ago the J k 1 I I i ' "Yp N9HnnI COLUMBIA, the first American-built bicycle, was introduced. clubs, it 1 heipWm h, Svi I I I : Maf nSSf Its success was instantaneous. During the years that inter- growatrord (fCJK 1 H I 1 : H I vened the COLUMBIA unfalteringly has taken the initiative in S,X"!t JfWffl'P H I II Brfng hun .to j developing thejtrt of bicycle building to its present recognized one way to give SLJmt i W I I .at-- supremacy. The COLUMBIA has won for itself and retains the SS iggTMT 1 & Wf 1 plete Une' viable reputation of the "Standard of the Worlds cessful business p;' I I P J We tand Back f Every BicycIe We Se!I ' ' pii J K l Bicycles, Sup- ' km 4 ?0 bicycleshop m 1 ''Bl K I j PHeS' ReP3iring I j The BIG Hardware Store if " Sh...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

If 1 ' ilMwv " ' "M mMb T DLUfff0N' h f "Lucil" of London, tnd foremost creator of fashions fa the world, Wrdi fl l Simplest lilW -JM:M Duff-G0rd00' ParU mcnt brings her into close 'touch Wh that centre of 7ashion. 1 ., of the flllf " S fW'im'mm Udy Du(r.Gordo-s American establishment, are at No.. 37 and 39 Vest Ftfty.seventh atreet. New York Gtr. d ' ' H ! ; ' Group, Wmmm$Mm$ MB' vfewtM ' No. UOO Lake Shore Drive, Chicago. By Lady DufGordon ("Lucile") I 4C"W7HAT sba11 1 wear th,s evenin?" yl important question for the woman who is entertaining at homo, espe cially If she be entertaining In an Informal manner. One rule holds, firm as th'e ancient Persian and Median mandate. Her attire must lean to the side of -Simplicity, for, on"iio account may she outdrcss her guests. She- must regard herself for the time as a mere background against which to weave the arabesque of their personalities, graces and accom plishments. She must not go to the extreme of not dressing for dinner. If she d...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

Ijfj s THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1920. ' ' f I lil Pacific Coast Athletes Expected to Make American Team I It ' WHITE'S THIRD DREIi OF WORLD TITLE ' "J BUT HE'LL HAVE TO HIT BENNAH A TEN-SECOND TAP TO MAKE IT COME TRUE I BY DEAN SXYDJ2K. Thero Is a Jot of dream stuff tied up ( Jn that brief little announcement that clicked over the wires the other day. M It said Charlie' White w.13 going to 7 1 get another crack at the lightweight ' i title at Benton Harbor. Mich., on July j 5 the same title ho dreamed of when Willie Richie was the champion an'd & 1 later when Freddie Welsh hold It. ' White had Willie Richie out on his feet and the championship was w:t:un i his grasp, but he didn't follow his f lead. The same thing happence ai Colorado Springs In 101C in his 20- round fight with Welsh. White din't I finish the Job that would have brought f him the title with Its big purses and 'T its moving picture contracts. I Sinco then the boxing colony has . nover taken Wh...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 30. 1920. ; 9 r Western Opticals Vie With Ogden Today at Park H I ALIBI HAS BEN I CHAMPS' FEATURES l Champions From Sullivan i Down to Jess Willard Have 1 All Had the Old Alibi MW . Fighters havo been exports with ' the alibi since the game waa founded. "v1 Nearly all champions of allclasscsj J H have como to bat with sonvd, 'alibi I HH after they wero bumped off and lost! I B their crown, but only two of thorn r w-t have smeared over tho alibi stngo in a light vein, as far as any authentic IwL record goes. & ir "When John L. Sullivan was hum- f . blod by "Gentleman Jim" Corbett, 1. 9 ho laughingly declared that ho might j i have had a chance against Corbett, 13' ' but ho made tho mlstako of trying I J? to whip Jim and John Barleycorn at i . the same time In the pamo ring. ' And that is the extont of the alibi that John L. over offered. Thoro is , no doubt but that John had been quit intimate with John Barleycorn for some days before mo...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

i I ' 10 THEJ3CDEN STA A-EX A MINER, SUNDAY , MAY 30, 1920. M I CHARMING RESORTS IPEMF ME SEASON-SUMMER IS HERE " 1 i Summer has como. The Great Out doors beckons the plcasurc-scekcr to come forth arid participate in the pay festivities of the occasion. After the long: winter season all nature smiles and the landscape is dressed in its most fastidious and brilliant garb; birds sing tho carols of glad tidlncs and chirp the gaieties of their souls, enchanted by the beautiful sunshine, blooming flowers, green foliage and grass-carpeted lawns and parks. An inspiring new life is manifested, and changed scenes give animation that lures all people, young and old, to places of recreation and mirth. Pleasures of Summer. & It is true that nowhere In the wide II world are there communities more In- I tensely interested in the outdoor life I than tho people of the mounta'n.", and 1 perhaps in-no city of tho west do tho I pooplo indulge more freely and cher-j j fully In the pleasantries of t...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

, THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1920. ' 11 OPEN COLISEUM WfTHACIRCUS Republicans Have the Honor By GEX A HERN". : : t FELLA CITIZENS There's been a kind of a 'lull In political gossip the lust week on account of Babe Ruth wving- hJn. pleco of swat furnt turb on a couploonord bofore ho finlsh Jthc swing. , Well, Rontfl, I'vo Juat been informed by my campaign manager that I won on a straw vote taken In Variflla, Pliill-j - pplno Islands. I What about the Democrats ' Haven't heard a whisper from 'cm! M But como to think about It I did see f they're ponna hold their convention H 'n ,an Francisco. The reason they' B j . f KAYS VOU COME ) ( MIGHT TRY THE ) J I picked San Francisco for their chln- nlng headquarters was probably be cause that's as far away as they could pot without leaving the country! Chicago always opens the summer season with a circus at the Coliseum, and tho Republicans have the honor this turn with their Jumbo. Tho Coll- - y" soum Is located out of noso ...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

I CHAPTER IX. (Continued) What the French Maid Had to Tell v-v UT CeleBto was very Arm. She could be, I am sure. ' That thin, tight-shutting lino of mouth and those straight brows must be tho sign of some qualities within. Although Sergeant Crisp did his best with her, and although he had much experience with the reluctant kind of witness, she would not speak. Finding himself per forco obliged to appear to drop the point, he did oo with a grace which gave him the better hope of return ing to it with more success another time. "After all," he said, "it is not for me to pros3 mademoiselle" (he had, as a matter of fact, Just been press ing her as hard as he . knew how) "to tell that which she does not wish to tell. I may he more frank perhaps with mademoiselle than she is with me the suspicion of the police," and here his little gray eyes would naturally take on their most glmletty look, "has fallen on a loafing, poaching gipsy fellow nnrao of Jim Heaadon." It was his fancy to put it I...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

I ascinaiiug Detective Storif: oracsuickimon I IK r Y7onHrtuetI rom Preceding Page) I so why, then, mademoiselle, It (will be but one person's word I against another, Sir Ralph's I i against yours, and I ask you, I mademoiselle I do not wish to be rude but I put it to you, which tftory will thoso twolvo men be most Wkely to believe yours, which la a very unlikely one upon t . the face of it, or Sir Ralph's? What J do yu think?" (J ''. Celeste, very much contrary to 9 her usual manner, did not answer .for a moment She was very In telligent. Intonsoly as I disliked j and distrusted her, I never doubted ' for a minute the excellence of her brain. I "I understand," she said after a moment's thought. "Monsieur means that It will all come to bo . H' a question of one person's word AH against another's, as you say, and Jm that in that case Sir Ralph's would H naturally be believed In preference H to my own." H "That is the case, precisely." QJ .Again the French womau paused WM for a moment...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

IB 14 ins UGuN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1 920 I ! ACTIVE CLOSE I OF IjIS TRADE m Sells and Tintic Standard Go B; Lower on Salt lake SEE The trading, generally speaking, was fn fairly active yesterday on the Salt fl Lake Stock & Mining Exchange. The jj trend of the market continued down In ward, being most noticeable in Sells, llu This stock closed Friday around 35c. ill! Yesterday it opened at lie and sold as tJ; low as 12ic but regained a little 1 i strength before the close, closing with k ! 13 c bid and 34c asked. Tintic J j Standard seemed a trifle weaker, it 1 ! changing hands as low as ?3.57. Alta Con. sold at2c, Eureka Lily Jj brought 12 and 12 c, Columbus Rox ! alL showed considerable weakness, opening at 50c and selling as low as 53c. closing with this price bid for it. Iron King brought 2Gc, Lehl Tin I tip went at 12c, New QUincy was ac J tive as high as 7c. Naildrlver sold M down to 5Gc, Prince Con. was a trifle l stronger, it selling up to 12c. Silver 1 Kin...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

BMHBBBMBHBMHBIIiMBMBI II . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1920. ; 15' Ip r forsalT f I E. XV. CANNADY I Ronl Estate Insurance I Practically new five room strictly mod- I cm brick bungalow, filluated on youth I front lot, close In. Houau ha fum4-o I hoat, fireplace hardwood floor, and nu- I morous built-in features. A genuine bnr- H pain at $5000. Six room brick houso with Ideal eouth E front location on bench, two looping l porchoa and one-half coment baaament; I large lot. This 1a an cxceptlponal good buy; I at $8500. Reasonable terms. I Practically new four room cottage In I good location and In first clas condition; I has basement, garage, and chlckon run, I Price 52600; terms. ... , I I Would you like to ralno chickens and I perhaps keep a cow and have a garden I i nnd fruit? If so. look this over: Six I room brick cottage with full basement. I garngo and stable, and chicken houso; f situated on nearly half an acre of choice 4 land with perfect water right. In an I...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 30 May 1920

IB 16 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1920. 1 S Your check is an order upon your bank to J j pay from your account a specified sum to a des- b J ignated firm or individual. J a . a , B Ninety-five per cent of the Nation's business B t is done by check. It is the negotiable medium i that removes the necessity for carrying money, c that brings the ends of the earth together in a S business sense. a c The Ogden State Bank invites your Checking I J Account. A check drawn on this bank is ovi- 1 1 dence of business methods and financial stand- j I: Oguem State Bank j ! Capital and Surplus $300,000.00 3 jO INTEREST COMPOUNDED JO a , o QUARTERLY ON SAVINGS s -rv ttew j of 4fP& i-Lmertcau LGfoionlliP I One of tho greatest danco crowds oC the season Is expected to attend i the American Legion ball to be held In Lorln-Farr pary Tuesday evening. Tho danco Is to be given by the Her man Baiter post of the legion to the V, visiting delegates and members who j aro In Ogden attendin...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 31 May 1920

i WU Fiftieth YcarNo. 137. Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH MONDAY EVENING, MAY 31, 192a LAST EDITION 4 P. M. v G; O. R CONTEST HEARING IS OPENED M JC J5U A A A A -ft. u JU A, h v v v "W" "a? v f WORLD FAMOUS 'r-"" Twenty-three Racing Stars .1 Sent Away at 10 o'clock ' On Speedway -INDIANAPOLIS MECCA FOR IMMENSE CROWD American and -French Auto motive Engineers in Su preme Test of Skill INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 31. The Tlrst smash-up occurred In . the lOOili mile when n slcerlns: connection on Art Ileln's car broke. The ear ci ashed Into u brick wall on the turn, swerving off tho course, and then darted i back onto the track again. Neither I Klein nor Ids mechanic was linrl. , 0,'hc car avs wllhdr:in. j INDIANAPOLIS, lnd.. May 31. Twenty-threo of tho -world's racing stars were sent away at 10 o'clock to- j day in tho eighth, renewal of the 500-, - milo automotflle race over tho Indi anapolis speedway beforo one of the greatest crowds that erer-witness.ed at aimllar event. The event c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 31 May 1920

iA Prominent Druggist Testifies Redoado Bench. Cnlif.--"I wish to cnli attention to my experience in thi; on'.o of s" v. Dr. Tierce's Ariurio Y Tablets, 1 hayo neve f M fta article thftt hun Itrrt 'JL Kvcn ,iscn universal ifcr satisfaction. It cecrn ( i v h) that cvrrv bottic uo'd y- eHls ennther. I, am "v-"" T vrrv much inclined, I -j? ikr wost drucsista of Aiy yv today, to vll the "lonz " ySTSKa hc t' stuff at a greater 7lXA'vv' P.ro&t, or somcthirz V&u'y ' 'iuat a cood,' but in ' ' " (rucscstinR, Amine for unc ac il end ihoumatisrn I consider I hsvn nctonlv crcafi-d bus' nss along thul hnebut "have cainod the confident! of th oubho I which more than repays me for my interest j tand mczcation, together with the iatisfac tion I set from having an article that I can place with perfect confidence. Vothinc j T-ouId pless me more than to b? Able to . introduce Avmnc to tho world for the bene- ! fit rl all mankind. However, I nnve.tc ; content myscli by simply calling attention ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 31 May 1920

. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAM INEft. MONDAY, MAY 31, 1920. 3 H ADJUTANTS OF STATE AMERICAN rH - ' EQON POSTS COMING TO OGDEN II i FOR CONVENTION OPENING TODAY I! Practically every adjutant of all 'American Lesion posts in Utah have I ; signified their Intention of attending fl i the second annual, convention vrhlch I opens llero thin afternoon. Many of I the adjutants, tlio majority of them I who nr not delegate to the conven-j tlon isoarion. arrived In 0?dcn tills I I morning. Others aro oxpoctcd early I (his afternoon. I The adjutants of tho American Le- I glon potS In Utah are: T3." R. Shitw, Adjutant. Xophl, Post . Xo. 1. Kcphl. Rrnast 11. Oliver, Adjutant, J. S. Wllkoa' Post, No. 2, Salt Lajtc. Held Pace, Adjutant, Price Post No. w ' 3.. Price S Carl JJ. Schmidt. Adjutant. FI. M. wt" Xabrlakle Post No. A, .L. Pleasant. II. A. Robblns. Adjutant, AVIlford Wnnborf? Post, No. 5, fujray. Victor J. Duke Adjutant, LocUart Post, No.. 0, Heber 'Clty I i SI. 1a. Qison, Adjutant. I.oan Post, ...

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. — 31 May 1920

W THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1920. 1 I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER j PUBLISHING COMPANY ! Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postofflce, 0jden, Utah. Established 1870 j Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press I An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance ONE MONTH '75rfd$&0 ONE YEAR 59.00.... U I MEMBER THE' ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of any news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news I published herein. j NORTH WASHINGTON PAVING yA Tuesday evening the property owners on the east side of "Wash j ' ington avenue, north of the Ogden river bridge, are to meet with the j 4 city commissioners to consider the bids on the north Washington I paving. I The total cost of tli'c paving, under the bids recejved, is 182,238. 1 Of this sum, the city pays $14,491, and the stalQ...

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