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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 31 May 1920

IHki V THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1920. ... - ' V I 7 -J MUL-'MJt-lJUHWJtlM HUJ 1.11 MJ.1J I.U II I 1 " 11 Itm M 1 3 I HUM II JJ-,-.Jr. .11 MreiMJm,. ... , m .MM Lil IWIII n'mM M u n J M 'l I I I I I II I I I I II Ill I I J U H AI the noted, author g II ' Ruth Gives Consent I Alice picked up the telephone and I called up Ruth. "My dcrr,, I am going 1 home tomorrow," she said, "and 1 I I ' thought perhaps you -would like to I 1 hnve me take little Bobby for a visit I to hlc father." f Of course I could not hear what Ruth said at the otcr end of the line, but I had a pretty, clear Idea, from what Alice said, that Ruth was mak- ing all sorts of oxcuses In order to lf . keep Bobby' at home. J f "Now, Ruth, you know It will not bo J. any trouble at nil for you to get llttlo ijf' Bobby ready. He Is always the pink V of childish perfection and you can aond his governess with him if you After a-momont's silence she contln- ued: Why, of course, I know that I Bobby wants his...

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. — 31 May 1920

I 6 ' ' ' ' " ,,,, THE OGDEN STAARD-EXAIVn J Ii BECKER LEADS FIELD!SHT j; Q'jden Man Breaks 194 of 1 200 Targets at Salt j Lake Tourney j With sharpshooters from all over H fie west and a number from the East i i v-e'ent at the Salt Lake Gun club i . -et vestorday, G. L. Becker of Ogden i ! -a tho field, breaking 10 of two hun- Cvecl targets. Charles Rellley, Sam ,' ! f:iarman, of Salt Lake, and B. U , Qjayle of Ely, tied for second honors, uh breaking 13 bird. A. P. Blge I , :v of Ogdcn, missed nlno birds from I ..s .string of 200. Tho shoot, a rog I : .t red event, la under the supervision I ! c : the American Trapshooters aasocla I t.nn regional director, Clarence Haight cl San Francisco, ScoreH for the day follows: .V.-nateur 200 birds Broken Shot at C. Li. Becker 19 200 'J!:arles Rellley 193 1 200 T. Ij. Quaylo 1?3 200 S. H. Sharman 193 200 A. T. BIgelow 191 200 L.. E. Riter 1S9 200 I V. H. Draney 186 . 200 ! E. Ij. Ford 186 200 1 C. W. Luff 1S6 200 A. H. Jones 186 200 .1. Ij. ...

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. — 31 May 1920

B'Bb?9S?L-jX 31 1920; 7 erythiiifif Cheaper i We Inaugurate A Store-Wide ' Wf Merchandise in This Store FoJ T'Jtteaper Charges, Suspended ! 1 I Q our Twin Falls branch. A backward season has retarded retail During This Sale j lift lowered. But it's an ill wind that blows nobody good, and as a A . . .L , . , . ml , , l r ij tl lv -li l r 1 l Li l Uwmg to the general price reductions 1 I eat stocks of merchandise. Ihe public will beneht in being able to L & -u i n l I i i 1 1 . i 1 that are to prevail during this sale, all j III e have held since the war. i -n l r l i ah l I 11 sales will be tor cash only. All charges j k' Hf"1 J H suspended. There will be no excep- f & USOSiy JUO Jl tion to this rule. j I v r I i JunGi?iTw June Cash Sales June Cash Sales ! HjV ntftfiers will now be able to buy all f Cotton Goods Downstairs i Wffl the clothing for their at prices No matter what your wants are in cottons, the price is e , , , , f JJ i! lowL.M l.he "P16 mate"a1?' lower. Here are...

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. — 31 May 1920

I Chauncey M. Depew Tells How the G. 0, P.- Gained Grant ( I nail y The Great Captain HI Never a Member II ' f f Party Until lij the Campaign in H ; 'V Which He Carried H Republican B?n? i r; ner to Victory . - By CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW. H' I HhJ great Captain won his Republl- I can nomination and the subsequent Hl &. ' election in 1SGS so easily, with suca H 1 fl tremendous manifestations of popular re sard that the singularity of his ear- H Hir situation politically may be overlooked Hj In these days, after so many years crowded with stirring happenings. How many peo- J pie of sufficient ago to recall tho fact, how HS many people versed In the political history of thr country remember that Ulysses S. Grant had never been a member of tho Re- publican ,party and. In fact, had voted for Hhf candidates of the out and out pro-slavery HU Democratic party? H 1 I lappen to know that Grant's political HU sympathies and prejudices were so well '1 ! known, or at least so shrewdly suspected, !...

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. — 31 May 1920

- state andjdaho news H K' Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I New Plan of Employment Is Accepted by Nearly All Business Houses. SALT LAKE, May 31 Representa tive business men from practically all lines of industry, including merchants and bankers and other employers, have indorsed a new working plan i wherebv employes will be hired and 2i discharged, according to an anuounce- ment made Saturday afternoon. mm The declaration of principles set "M forth as the policy of the employers i,l Is the outgrowth of the several pro- I posed working plans arrived at by the 1 .1 ' omplovers of tho city after months of investigation by the local industrial mt conditions. i WLl It was announced that 1500 eniploy- H ) ers of the city have signed the declr.-, WM ration which has been outlined by FR George E. Merrill, in charge of the pfcEH presentation of the new policy to the 2E U public, as follows; PgS! "The declaration upon which com- ment is requested means precisely ?pS .' what ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 31 May 1920

J fHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 31. 1920. 1 I i TVill Soon Be TimTFWThose Famous Fish Yarns J Iij The Days Of Real Sport Will Be j Welcomed By Thousands This Year W j 'This Yarn Is Welcomed by the Stars of the Rod 'tis Full of ! 1 Action With Humor and Old Hard Luck Both Craving 111 fr Stardom; Who knows, Perhaps You Have Been W ; Through a Like Experience. I. I Figure It any way you like; take any IjEi boy you choose and slill you will .find II' , tb?U of all the ideas that ordinate in his head there at least two, in the way i j of desires or longings, that are always sure to tug at the lad's heartstrings 3J , some ady. They arc as surely a pert 3.1 of boyhood, real, red-blooded boyhood, a as the scratch is a quality of woolen fl underwear; as inevitable as the asa- fll fotida bag during an epidemic of M Every dog has his day boys are not W excluded. The time camek at last, I when tho little fisherman was repaid J In full, and Willi Interest too, for the II fine disregar...

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. — 31 May 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1920. II i FOR SALE" I Ik - 'j Real Estate (, r - N OWNER five-room modem brick , I houyo. OH 2QG3 Monroe Ave. 21A3 P ' E. CANNADY r Kenl Esiato Insurance Practically new five room strictly mod- I rrn brick bungalow, situat.ee on couth t R front lot. close In. House hn.3 furr"e I p:j heat, firoplncc. hnrdwood floors, nnd nu- ( I merous built-in features. A genuine bar I pain at $3000. Six room brick hounn with I'lcnl south front location on bench, two sleeping ft porches and one-half cement baaemcnt; larfro lot. Thla Is an cxcoptlponal good buy S at S5500. Reasonable terms. k Prdctlc.illv new four room cottage in P rood location and In first clasH condition; f has basement, garajc. and chicken run. 1 Price $2600; terms. , , , . 1 Would you like to raise chlcucns and. perhaps keep a cow And have a garden ; and fruit: If so, look thin over; S!m room brick cottnpo with full basement.' garape. and atablo end chicken house, situated on nearl...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 31 May 1920

I MONDAY, MAY 31, im ' ' Ufa WXXViXWXWtt " ' XDm, mm l I M M V jy THE STORY OF LOVE, FINANCE, INTRIGUE, I I 1L$? Jf Urn SOCIETY AND HONOR - ; I THEATRE " ' - . : . " ' 7 : . II I I I I : OGDEN HONORSHER ' I ! - HEROIC DEAD WITH j I .. MEMORIAL SERVICE I -Honor to the memory ,of soldiers of three American wars who fought for American liberty and rights, was paid this morning by memberc of the American Legion, the G. A. R., and the Spanish-American war veterans in Og den. Graves of every soldier in the two city cemeteries wero decorated j Yrith. flowers' and flags, and in com-! memoration of the men .who died atl sea, flowers were strewn in the wat-f era of the Ogden river. I Under the leadership of John N. j Weston, commandor of the Dix-Logan post of the G. A. R., the veterans gath ered and formed in procession at tho city hall shortly after 0:30 o'clock. Practically all of the grizzled soldiers were in full uniform and a huge Am erican flag floated at the head of the I column. About...

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

H '"V Ay 'H HHL. WEATHER FOSEwAS. MJm Sudf. 0f W tWd'!f VSfe S iW'W doT dfW" m ft'i '(ma'M Quite often th most frterestln; VxfV Fair tonight and Wednesday; Ki M . H M M 0 I N Es M W ft tf3 W Hj ft $ 11 M MEk IU 1 m Nl I I 1 1 1 1 W news of the day. I to 'o found in Hr" fro5t h'9h d'Str'cts tonight; 01 1 I WkP 1 1 1 I I Sf JZTSv H tL P & Ml & . IL fLp V VO.jL J.lll 1 Ell I the want-ad section. 1 .warmer in northwest portion. XfcJ W I Jtkil for V V TVVT aW WW & V' II O 2? - ' H Fiftieth YcarN9. 137. Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 1, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M, ,v PALMER LAUNCHES ATTACK ON POST Assistant Labor Secretary De clared in Sympathy With Criminal Anarchists. PALMER REPLIES TO SENSATIONAL CHARGES " "Denies He Forms Communist Bodies Just So He Can . Raid Them. Mff WASHINGTON, June 1 (By the WM Associated Press) Charging that Louis a: Post, assistant secretary of pkl labor, had a "perverted sympathy" for Mnfl the criminal anarchist. Attorney Ge...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 1 June 1920

mi ; - vUNER. TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1920. I P ! ,PorInfants and Children. HHH Mothers Know Thai llfmBBBS Genuine Casforia ' 'jIlcohol-opbrchntTI lmS Signature jflr - nciaitrOplum,Morphincnwa H 1 1 taf agr iln- n W Ahrfnful Remedy for ! VffP JT 8S(ftfll I ' m Tbirty Years li t I Exact Copy of Wrapper. ,0! li HOUSE PASSES I Farmers May Combine for , sale of Products NoUvith- standing Laws. j J WASH I NGTOK , aiuy 31. By a vote I I of 1! 33 to 3S, the house p.i63cd and j sent to the senate the bill permitting 1 J farmers, planters, ranchmon. dalry j men or fruit growers to combine for I collective marketing and sgle of their p own products, notwithstanding anti trust laws. Ij The measure was drafted by Chair s' man Yoiiitead of the houso Judiciary; i. committee as a substitute for the C.ip-j -I per-Hcrsmun bill and similar meas-' ureu to legalise collective bargaining' by agricultural producers. j Debate developed sharp division ot 1 opinion, supporters of the bill declar-' lng it would giv...

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. — 1 June 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, J ONE I, iv'zu. 3 6 ilii -one of the nev, snappy songs of jl p c li 1 JUNE ' I I i VICTOR RECORDS' I IIPIII But that cesnt teU ifc ail there are new 83 - ifife'fi dances jazzy fox trots and dreamy IPl Ifilil waltzes; vonderful instrumental selec- MjM pte9 tiono, and a more than ordinarily rich rep- j JiM SifW ertoire of Red Seal records. S IS fill mail phone or i Memorial Services Held at North Ogden NORTH OGDf: Juno 1. Impress ive' Memorial services wore held in the .North Ogden cemetery yesterday under the direction of Temple C, Short and John C. Fowler, civil war veterans, assisted by B. F. Blaylock, whose father died in the battle of Hfe the wilderness in the Civil war. fe Tho Program was furnished jointly g J&Vi by Pleasant .View and North Ocden P - wards. Music was played by the North Ogden brass band with songs 1-k by' a-quartet consisting of GIIberLRan- fj . (lal.l nd Harold. Clyde and Arlle I I Campbell. Invocation was offerod by I ...

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. — 1 June 1920

jp!- THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE I, 1920. ' : I I; THE STANDARD-EXAMINER K PUBLISHING COMPANY HI Entcrod .73 Second-ClaBB Matter nt the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. Established 1870 H Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Assooiated Presa B i Ml I An Independent Newspaper, publishod every evening: and Sun- H fi day morning without a muzzle or a club. Hi ,') Subscription in Advance Mil l ONE MONTH .75 f5g-, H ONE YEAR .OO....2 W 4 " MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wt ! The Associated Press (s exclusively entitled to the Use for republication of any 1W 'J ' news credited to It not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news ySj. ' published herein. Buy .. Wti ARMED INTERVENTION URGED. j 1 1 Lf the congress of Hie 1,'nited StattiS :a0ls favorably on the rec- 1 onuhcndhti'ons of the foreign relations sub-committee investigating 1 Mexican affairs, this country will have a big" contract to fulfill. jj .rmdd intervention is proposed, if Mexico docs not do an...

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. — 1 June 1920

H , THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, VJZjL , - H UL Ir LOW andMARgED LIFEl K j iwj, the noted author S M j Idah MS CHone Gibson g IH ALICE 'AND KATITERINE JDIS- CUSS MEN. Thinking of Ruth, I wondered If I would be perfectly willing to give up mM John to Elizabeth Morcland when my child came. L wondered If I would be courasrcou3 enough to take my child, half across the world to the man who Hj seemed to adore mo if 1 came to the Hl conclusion that I loved him. I won- Hj dered if. after all, I would not be hap- pier if I would put both men out of j my life and atay in this little old quiet H town and live only in the budding life of my baby, M Alice was still talking of Ruth and mi H . Bobby and Helen. It was a strange II mW kind of triangle, and it seemed to in- Hb- terc3t her greatly. I knew she would I. not bo comfortable until she had ' aolved tho riddle of whether the threo would not havo been happier if Ruth had not given up Rob. and Helen would have been happier in ...

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. — 1 June 1920

Wfk ' 6 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE I, 1920. ! i ' New Enterprise Organized in t Ogden With Factory on ' r North Washington J' j With the raw material coming V ! from the, crater of an extinct vol- Hlju 1 cano In Millard county, the Crater H.K -' : Products company of Ogden, of which H: j. M. Worton Is president and II. L. ; Griffin secretary, has commenced Hv 1 manufacturing operations. HftJ Tho company is producing paints t and wall tints In its now factory at I V 1701 Washington avenue, j I Mr. Griffin declares the product 1 from the crater when treated at their I plant bocomes vjrtually a substitute 4 for whito lead, containing most of the W excellent qualities of white lead with W l ? many exceptional qualltlcH of Its own. - Ho says the product is fireproof, non- ' poisonous, will not blister nor crack HH ! - even under a, plumber's blow torch. I , Its fire-proof qualities were dem- I ; j onstratcd, he declared, when an auto- j " mobile on fire was saved when a J...

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. — 1 June 1920

r.r I' I - Mo reduction I on Dundee I Suits I . ' fltere can't 1 gp Prices can't come down without JB?g ' first poing up. Dundee's prices have laSji been kept at the minimum all the gggf time. Men don't expect Dundee to jSgj? offer special prices, for they know iagjj ' vrc maintain our quality nt a high Sfs5lj standard always. ifMf Sj, "Wise clothes buyers know it's the 3K'l-" ' Innate quality of a suit that makes SHJJ'J ' it economical, not the first cost. That's why Dundee clothes hold Iffili their confidence. Wtfi New suitings right for summer J!!? and on Into fall, are hero now. Drop Jn to sec them. W $30 AND UP . A j Owen Bennett, Prop. J On Hudson Ave. by Wk Alhambra Theatre !LA.to0.R.C.fo - Initiate Officers if Initiation of officors will take place at the meeting of the Ladles' Auxiliary to the Order of Hallway J Conductors to be hold in tho Odd v Fellows' hall Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Refreshments will be IH EDUCATORS MEET. 19 ' NEW YORK, June 1. The Nation- jjr ...

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. — 1 June 1920

tW ' l 8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1920. I I; Disgraceful Condition Prevails, 1 j Motorists Disgusted. S Reeve Tells Paper. l i Jfpgden Standard-Examiner: I have J ' 1 pust finished a ride through beautiful j ' 5den canyon. The river is roaring find the green foliage covers the moun-l fainside. It is indeed beautiful, and; I EJhds a charm that is almost unbeliev- ( able, but any person who must travel i over the present road loses all taste! for beautiful scenery; in fact one is , kept so busy dodging ruts and holes in the road that they forget they arc I iri a beautiful canyon and might well imagine they were a mile or so behind j the front line trenches in France, i dodging shell holes. 1 have driven through Weber canyon several times this spring and the road is far supe I rior to the one in Ogden canyon. We have been told that the canyon was to have a new Toad this spring. , Summer is here and the road is abso 1 I lutely in the poorest condition it has 1 ever ...

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. — 1 June 1920

1 OVERSEAS LOVE STORJflS TOLD Romance of Y. M. C. A. Work er and French Girl Aired in Deportation Case. WASHINGTON, Juno 1. Warrants for the arrest rind deportation of Madeline Babin and her mother and sister on charges that they entered trie United State.-? from France for improper purposes, were canccJlcd to- fl ' Evidence In the ease presented at H the department of Justice said the wo- H men came to America at the invitation H of Leo Shippey, of, Kansas City. lo. - formerly a Y. M. C. A. worker in IHy France. Shipper, it was testified, 'llvod j with the Bnbin family while, oversews, J1 and "an attachment arose between him and tho eldest daughter." I Upon his return to the United States, ho and his wife became estranged and I aro now living apart,be In Los Ange- 1 Jcs and s'ho 1n KansasCity. "Evidently he wishes her to instl- 1 tute proceedings for a divorce and I she refuses, ovldontly If he were dl- I vorccd he would marry the alien who is about to be, if she has not already 1 ...

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. — 1 June 1920

Is -STATE AND JDAHO NEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I HARD KNOT FOR JUOGETOUNTIE ! Alleged Common-Law Wife S Seeks Divorce and Divis ion of Property. TWIN FALLS, Ida., June 1. A judi cial problem having unusual features is now seeking solution by Judge W. A. Babcock of the district court. It pertains to an application for di vorce under a common law marriage, i The court has had the case under nilvisoment for a week or more, but admits that there are puzzling angles Which" cannot be solved by cursory consideration. Jennie Larsen is the applicant and Im i'aui L.arsen is me neienuam. j w- 5' ' latter is a North Twin Falls district 'I , ' farmer who. in resisting (he appllca- 1 1 Hon of his alleged wife, declared ho 3 ! is being fleeced and that no marriage A : I contract or ceremony has ever been f entered into between him and the wo man calling herself his wife. . . t The plaintiff does not allege that ! any ceremony was ever performed,! basing her case upon a p...

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. — 1 June 1920

THE QGDEN STAND ARD-EXAMI NER. TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1920. k Fans Treated to Classy Sport Card at Local Park I Baseball Game And Track Tilts Thrill Thousands Of Fans Haymond Clips Off Century in 9 4-5 Seconds and Furlong in 21 3-5 Seconds; Martin Covers 2 and 2-3 Miles in in 14 Minutes and 5 Seconds, Winning; Layton Wins Exciting Game From Ogden, 10-3. a Thousands of fails were treated to a real athletic dish at Lorin li, Farr park yesterday afternoon. Two ' Ogden A. A. athletes were starred while the Ogden and Layton base ball clubs were also in the lime light. In the race events Hay mond showed his old-tirne class by tripping the century off in 0 4-5 seconds, winning with cane from Hogan and Everett a who were Riv en a handicap of 12 yards. Hay mond showed a burst of i-peed in the last fifty yards and was simp ly burning up the gcound when he crossed the tape. In the 220-yard event Creed 'cov i ercd the distance in 21 3-5 at'C- ' oncls after giving the stars a han dicap of 25 yards. li...

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. — 1 June 1920

IJ ' ' 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1920. . I t Many Issues Suffer Slight Loss After Double Holi- J it , day Closing j Trading today on the Salt Lake! Stock & Mining Exchange was active, ? although the general trend. of ihe mar-j ' ' ket continued downward. This has1 1 heen the case for the past several) ! days. Sells and Emma Silver were i i both active, -the former opening at 13c ! but selling off rapidly to llc, closing, with 13c bid and 13 &c asked. The latter was very heavily traced in as low as 7-"it Tintic Standard weakened again this morning, opening at $3.85 and changing hands down to ?3.12V&. closing with only ?3.610 bid for it and $3.15 asked. Alta Con. was very active at 2 and 2yc. Eureka Lily brought 12 and ; j 13c, Columbus Rexall changed hands at 55c, Daly West brought ?t.00, May s Day sold at 4c, New Quincy Avas , j active at Gc, Naildriver sold off to I 65c. Prince. Con. sold as low as -iOc, i , Silver Shield was active from 36f. to I ...

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