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- 10 ' THE QGDEN STANDAKU-hXAMlNKK. I'UfclSDAY, JUNE 15, 1920. ' H
I LiGHT TRADING
Tintic Standard Stays Near
! $3 Mark on Salt Lake
The trading today in mining1 slocks
on the Salt Lake Stock & Alining Ex
chango was rather quiet, Tintic Stand
ard being practically the only lively
stock on the board. This Ktock opened
strong at $3.10' but gradually weak
ened and sold as low as $3.00 on the
second call, closing with only this
, prico bid for It and $3.05 asked. Syn
dicate was practically the heaviest
' trader of the day, 45,000 changing
hands at VzC
. Alta. Con. brought lic, Eureka
Lily sold "at Sc. Columbus Rexall
changed hands at 46', and -17c, How-
( ell 2000 at 4Vc, New Quincy was very
I active at 5Uc, Eureka Bullion brought
1 dnd 9c, Prince Con. sold at 3c.
I Sells ,was active ax Sic, Silver Shield
was active from 36 lq 37c, and "Wood-lawn-changed
hands at lie.
(Quotations furnished over Private
Wire of J. A. Hoglc & Co.,
I, Bid Ask
v Alta Con 5 .OH'i ? -01
Albion .' .06'i . .,07 Vt
American Con 0 1 j . 0 2 Vz
Alta Tunnel 0,1 ,06
Beaver Copper 00 & .01
Big Hill 03& '.Ofi
Big Cottonwood 00Jj .01
Bullion 03 .oil
Black Metals 05 .06
Columbus Rexall ... .-iC1 .47
Crown Point 03 .04
Colorado Con 04 .07
.Cardiff ;1.35 1.4 5
Dragon Con 1.5 .16
Daly "West . 4.5 5.00
- -East Crown Point . . - . 0 1.14
Kast Tin. Coal 00 .02
JJaat Tin. Con. .. .... .05 .0794
Eureka Mines u5 .06
Eureka Lily '. . .0? .OS1"
Eureka Bullion 03 .06
Emma Silver. .07 '4 .07,
Empire Mines .04 .04
Gold Chain , .061 .0S
Howell . . ... . .04 .05 I
I 'Iron Blossom ?'-v
Iron King' . ..; ...... .' .23 'j
Judge Mining'. .... . 400 5.00 I,
Kennebec. 17 i,
Keystone '. .SI ;Sq
Leonora - . t .001 .02 !
Lehi Tintlo .07 .07 ,
-May Day v 02 .02,
Miller Hill : .02 I
t Mammoth . : 30;. .50 1 ,
x Michigan-Utah . -. . . .03 . 04 ' t
i orth Stand. ". ".011' .02.
s'ew Quincy.. ....... -tyo.. ,. .05 ;
i Ohio Copper , 1 . .28 ii
(jpohongo . . . . ; , .00 .01
.Naildriver . .. .04 , .70 (
I Plutus .. . ., '. i. ' x'lh .30 !t
Prince Con. . . . . . . V s . XU .32 . i
Provo ... ..'.;.-."!' ,04-. . .04Vj .
i Paloma , ' .01
1 Rico Argentine .. . ;". .U2 . 0 t
.rtico WeliiiiKton, . .14 ' .i'j j.
I J ; .Sells . . . . . . lifi ' . OK"1'
I' -Sil. King" C44Vn' . . tMS .. J. 50 I
I Sll. King'Con. ... l '.J!7' 1.42 A
I Sioux Con.... US .04 t:
I South llecla S. 1.00 i
I South Standard . ... .X 4-V .15 L
r , -Silver Shield . . i... r.r, - .Sfi'is
I Tar Baby .01' .y.j j
lk Tintic Central ,,01 , i .01
I Utah Cons. '.0,'i' .01
I L'ncle". Sam,.' ; ......."' '.,0 1-' ...... I
I Victor. ........... .04 1-
I I L'nion Chief- 0ipt -07 !
1 We'st Toledo 04 Jt .05 ' "
I Walker .'. -..2.0 3.00 i
I Wood lawn . io .11'-'
I 1 .Yankee , 02 .04 ;a
I Zuma lj -12,v
I Opening: Sal's. I
I Alta Con. li;0Qo at lc. -
I Columbus Rexall 200 at 4 7e. j"
I Howell 2000 at 4c. 1
I - New Quincy S.000 at 5Uc. j
1 Emma-Silver 1000 at 7c. e
I i Eureka Bullion' 3000 aiue; 1000 l
1 At 9c. ' ' " js.
1 Prince Con. 500 at 32c. 'i
I . Reed's Peak 600 at lVic. . tj
, , Sells 2000 at SVic - '" ,1
I. at 3.05; 300 at 53.07; 1200 at
33. .10. ; ' .
Woodlawn 500 at 11c.
' Closing Sales.
. Antelope Star 1000 at c.
A Eureka Lily 250 at Sc.
Columbus Rexall 200 at 46c
Xew Quincy 2000 at o4c
' Silver Shield 100 at 35c; 100 at 37c;
i , 1000 at-36ev
North Standard 1000 at 3', 4c; 2000
at ,3c; 3000 at 2 c.
Tintic Standard 700 at ?3.02;
1200-at $3.05; 60 at $3.07: 300 at
, CASH PR1CI2S.
CHICAGO. June 15. Wheat sample
SraTJe red ?2.S5.
Corn No. 2 mixed $ 1 . S2 1 . S5;
No. 2 yellow ?1.S41,S6.
0al3 No. 2 white SI . 15 1 .171.1 ;
No. 3 white SJ .13 1-15.
Rye No. 2 f 1.34.
Barley $1 .52 1.63.
Timothy seed $10,00&. J2.00.
Clover seed $25 . 00 ft'35 . 00.
, Pork nominal.
. NEW YORK, June 15. .Mercantile
paper 7. per cent.
) Exchange irregular; sterling 60 day
I hills $3. 83;. commercial 60 day bills
on banks $3.80; commercial 00 dav
bills $3.89; demand $3.9 1; cables
Francs: Demand 7.66; cables 7.68.:
Belgian francs: Demand 8.02; ca
. Guilders: Demand 35.90; cables
' Lire: Demand 5.67; cables 5.69.
, Marks: Demand 2.44; pables 2.4 6.
New York exchange on Montreal
ID 5-10 per cent discount.
Government bonds easy; railroad!
Jbpnds easy. I
Time loans strong; all dates S per:
j Call money steady; high 7 per cent;
low 7 per cent; ruling rate 7 per cent:
Closing bid 7 per cent; offered at 7
per cent; last, loan 7 per cent; bank
! acceptances 6 per cent.
BUTTER AND EGGS. I
CHICAGO, June-IP. Butter higher;. i
creamery 45 54c. I
Eggs unsettled; receipts 40.700
cses; firsts 30 40c; ordinary firsts
4-35c; at mark, cases included,
"6p3Sc; storage packed extras 42
I V,,3c; ati'affo packed firsts 41
Poultry alive higher; fowl3 31c.
H UTVBSTMENT SBCUIUTTE
STACKS HUE III
Steels and Specialties Gain
Strength After Opening
NEW YORK, June 15, Further di
vision pic speculative sentiment was
indicated by the uncertain trend of
prices at the opening of today's stociv,
market. Mexican Oils recovered a
small part of yesterday's j losses, and
equipments, shippings and specialties,'
notably chemicals, were firm to strong.
Changes elsewhere, were very confus
ing, however, transcontinental rails
showing marked irregularity. Crucible
Steel continued Its recent erratic
course, reacting over a point, making
full recovery and then . failing back
3 1-2 points.
Ignoring the . reaction in Crucible
Steel, which extended to more than
five points, the market &tronthened
later. Activity of pols in specialties
was a prominent feature. Virginia
Carolina Chemical, Natioral Aniline,
Barrell. American Cotton Oil, General
Chemical vand Industrial Alcohol re
c6rdcd gross gains of 1 to 7 points.
Early advances .In Harvest.. r, Ameri
can and Baldwin Locomotives and t
New York Airbrake were increased
and Marine preferred and American
International featured the stronger
shippings. Gains among rails were
limited to Northern Pacific and "Nick
el Plate." Liberty bonds and Vicloiyj
notes showed recurrent heaviness, tho
latter changing hands in blocks as1
large as $500,000. Call money opened
at 7 per cent.
Pools transferred their activity to
tho better known steels at midday,
Crucible still proving "the only excep- .
Lion to tho further strength in that
quarter. Bethlehem and Republic were'
in, .demand at gains of 1 to 2
points. Rails continued to waver on
further heaviness of Pacifies.
OGDEN LIVESTOCK MARKET.
Cattle Receipts 1122; choice heavy
steers $10 m J 0 . (; t;ood steois ?9L
iu; lair steers $ , , ovJi . !0; ohoiuo
tccder steers $7 $ . enoicc cows
ami heaers $$ . ou U'U . 5u; fair to
good cows and neitors $ (SjS; cutters
f- . iu o; uanners $o(y4; choice
iccutti" cows ?D . Uli (jrji 6 . ou; 1 in. bulls $5
u-?.2u;. uottrgnu uiUts $-lU'y; eil
t-.i.ves 10 j. 12.
Hogs Receipts 490; choice fat hoga
li.i io 25u 10s., 1.5 to ;u lbs.,' ? 13.i 6
14.0; buiii of saieu $14i4.&u;
Kiiuay 10 w 1 1.
' i.ieuj ivcccipts SI 3; choice lambs
$ly((jii; wethers iu('t; tat ewea
fHi' 10; feeuer unnos 1 .'j0 & 14.
Arrivals 1-JuusuKer commission
Co.. Soutn Omuiiu, 2 loads hogs; Og
Lfen I'acKinsr I'lui.t, soucn Oinuha, 3
luads Hugs; u. jri. dlvwui t, Wmte" Rock,
Lai., 1 load unuid; C. 1 H iSlkvu.vl, Dii
ual., 2 luaos euttie; C. lit. &iewart. i
h u.5)Oii, cm.t loaus catcie; '. 11. 1
Dixun. (jiilv 2 it,ads 1,'vinbs;
.-ettouii Liroiue.s," t.Ktttrwouci. Cat., 14'
io.iuh lmilio; .j. si. Luguii, .sortn Salt
L..i.vfM l iu.!. 1 louii jiut.; umuii Sheep 1
Huli.. oit.. - loans Iambs; '
... . j'n.ei, ivana.oii, Wo., 1 loud I
KANSAS CITY JJVKSTOCK.
ICVNSAS CITJl", Mo., June 15.
iLimeu States Bureuu o. Markets.)
altie Kueeipts 340U; beef steers
iteady to 2 be lower; top heavy $17.00;
jcxi yearlings $10.75; grassers $11.-'
io;iMu.uu; snc-sioei; tuosllV 25c low-'
;; tiuulity piani; oulis and feeders'
iieao. ; ua.ivcd -ubuc lower; bulk
'ca.ie.s il-. ou'fl1 lo.ou; few sales $11 . -0
lli 1 1 .j)0. ;
nogs 'Receipts 15,0 JO; 'market un
tVun, luluc lower; -top $10. uu; bulK
ieay and ineuium 14. 1 515.1)0;
uik ilgnt $1 1.5U&14.V5.
Slieep Receipts tu00; market un-j
;ven; be&l nathe spring iambs steady; !
op $17. lo; buiu $l.o . 5o&) to. ov; 1
ineeo steady; ten decwa lb pound
cxas yuu.uus $l0.2s); very few 11a
)Vu anoeii on "stile. .
j - , C-iiCAGO lUTUltKS. '
j " CHICAGO, Jun 15. I
J, opuii Jciii.ru -Ia)w Close!
j ' Corn . .
July 51.73 1.77 1.73 1.77'
.Sept.- -l.OSvi 1.6S"Va 1.63 UMl')
i uats . - ,
July 1.01 v 1.04. . 1.02 1,03
I Sept. .84 V2 .85 ' vS3 -- .85-5,2
'July .... 34.55 . 34.30 34.55
jSepL 35. 'Jo 36. UO 35.60 35.10
! 1-ard ' ' .
July 20.65 20.75 20.-55 20.72
1 Sept. 21.00 21.70 21.'5U 21.62
i'Rily .... IS. 25 IS. 15 IS. 20
;Sc-pt. 13.17 1,17 1U.00 ID. 12
CHICAGO, Juhe 15. Larger re
ceipts than expected gave an advan-j
-tage today to Dears in the corn mar
iket. Busnioss was mainly in the Sep-1
jtcmber delivery. Pit traders in par-1
ticular avoided the July option. Open-J
ing Quotations, which varied from the'
same as yesterday's finish to c low-1
er, with July $1.73 to l.?4 and
September - VI . 63 to 1.6414, were
followed by a moderate upturn-, and,
then by a general decline,
I Rains dispelling fear of crop dam
icge tenuca to ease the oats mantel. Af.
Iter opening lie off to c advance, in
cluding September at S4 to 84 c,
the market Iiardetied a little and then
sagged all around.
I Provisions were dull and weak,, sym
pathizing with. dcllao in tho value of
L -V. Y. S1IV15R.
I NEW YORK, June 15. Bar silver
S2c per ounce.
Mexican dollars, 61 5-Sc.
x. y. SUGAR.
NEW YORK,. June 15. Raw sugar.
iuiet; centrifugal, 20.06c; refined,
steady: fine to granulated, 22.00J
NJSW YORK STOCK LIST.
American Boot Sugar 91 j
American Can 3 9 I
American Car & Pdy ISx Dlv 138
American Hide & Leather pfd,. .SllsP''
American International Corp. t. 85
American Locomotive 97
American Smelting & Refg 60
American Sugar , 12213
lAmerican Sumatra Tobacco . .. S3 14
American T.A T 94
American Tobacco Sec 60 Vt
(American Woolen . 9'9
lAnaconda Copper 56
i Atchison -7ST&
Atl., Gulf & "W. Indies 161B
Baldwin Locomotivo .' 117Vt
Baltimore & Ohio 30
Bethlehem Steel "B". Ex Dlv. . . 91
Cunadlan Pacific 11214
Central Leather . . . ." GOB
Chandler .Motors ISx Dlv 9Si
Chesapeake Ohio ....T 51i
I Chicago, .MlUnnd St. Paul 31 "i
Chicago, R. lKfc Pac U5j
IChino Copper -.31 i
Colorado Fuel & Iron 33'
Corn Products . 93Vii
Crucible Steel .' 14514
Cuba Can Sugar 51 I
General Electric v . . ; ....131U
General Motors 4 1 '( '
Goodrich Co '. G3Vs
Great Northern pftl. .' 67
Great Nortliorn Ore Ctfs 35 '
Illinois Central . S2
Inspiration Copper 52
Int. Mer. Marine pfd." SS,
International Paper 76
Kcnnecott Copjier 26
Louisville .t Nashville -. 97 B
Maxwell Motors 22 U '
Mexican Petroleum 177
Miami Copper . . . . 20Vt'
Middle Stales Oil .. 291
Midvale Steel . 43',fl'
Missouri Pacific . ' 24 !
New York Central . GS !
N. Y.. N. II. and Hartford ...... 25r"a
Norfolk & Western 85!
Northern Pacific 08
Ohio Cities Gas .. 39 1
Oklahoma Prod. & Ref. Ex Dlv. . 4 14 ' 1
Pan American Petroleum 102!
Pittsburg and West Va. 2714B
Ray Consolidated Copper 3 6
Rep. Iron Steel 92
Royal Dutch, N. Y. ' v. 117
"Shell Trans. & Trad, '74
Sinclair Con. Oil 31
j Southern Pacific 91
Southern Railwav 22.
Standard Oil of N. J. pfd. .....100
I Studebaker Corporation . ..... CS Jfe !
1 Tennessee Copper 10 l
Texas Co 47 I
I Texas & Pacific .. ........... 39 I
Tobacco Products G9 I
i Transcontinental Oil 11'
j L'nion Pacific : J 12 Vt '
1 L. S. Food Products . . . , 64
L S. ltetall Stores,. . 79
; L'. S. Ind. Alcohoi .'..'. S8
j Lulled Slates Rubber 95
! LJnited States Steel' ; . . usM i
L'tah Copper . ...j 67!
Westinghouse Electric :.. 49 1
1 Willy's Overland 19'
American Zinc. Lead and Sm. .. 13;
! Eutte and Superior 21;
Cain. Petroleum 2SB!
Montana Power . .. 59B:
Shattuck Arizona . .., ,.9B
CHICAGO. June 15. (United Slates
Bureau of Markets) Caltle Receipts
12,000; beef steers steady;- prime vear
ling steers sold at $17.00; few "loads
prime heavy held higher; ' bulk all
weight $14 .00(0 10.55; good choice fat
she-stock steady; medium and low
grades very dull; bulls and calves
steady; stackers and feeders quiet;
ilogs Receipts 4 0,000; fully 25c
lower; lop $15.30; heavy dull; bulk
light and light butchers $ 15.00 15.
25; bulk 250 pounds and over $14.10
5' 15.00; pigs 25c lower.
. Sheep Receipts 6000; market
steady to strong; best native spring
lambs $17.75; others $16. 50 1 7 . 50; I
bulk shorn lambs $16.00; choico ewes
$S.008.50; culls down to $4.00.
NEW YORK, June 15 Copper dull;
electrolytic spot and June 19c; July
and August 19Vic
Iron steady, unchanged.
Tin easier; spot and June 4 15. 75;
July $45.50. I
Antimony 3 . 25c. ' j
Lead steady; spot and June offcrod
Zinc easy; East St. Louis delivery'
spot 7.40c bid, 7.60c asked.
At London: Spot: Copper IS6 7s
Od; electrolytic fl02; tin 235 lOs;
lead 34 16s; zinc 4 1 10s.
OMAHA, Neb., June 15. (United
States Bureau of' Markets.) Hogs
Receipts 11.000; market steady to 15c
lower; top $14.85; bulk ?14.0014.
50. Cattle Receipts 5500; good and
choice beef steers steady; top hcavv
beef $16.00; others and she-slock 15
25c lower; bulls steady; veals 50c
higher; top $14.50; stackers and feed
ers mostly 25c lower.
Sheep Receipts S000; lambs mostly
25c lower; spring lambs 15 . 00 Q 17 . -:25;
clipped $13 . 75 16 . 00; sheep and
j CHICAGO. June 15. potatoes
sligh;ly stronger; receipts 3S cars;
I southern triumphs sacked Sy.OO1
9.50; cobblers ditto $S.50S.75; eob
I biers barrels $13 .00 (0' 13 . 50; old slock'
I $4. 00 4. 75 cwL 1
NEW YORK. June lo. Final prices
on Liberty bonds:
3s 92.00; first 4s 85.30; second 4s
S4.S0; first 4 14s 85.90; second 4 14 s I
85.09; third 4s 8S.82; fourth 4a
85.60; Victory 3s 95.74; Victory
4ys 95. 7G.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., June 15.
TIEEATRICAL MAN DEAD.
PHILADELPHIA. June 15. Augus
tus Kocnig, theatrical magnate, died
suddenly at home here today. Ho was
65 years old. Mr. Kocnig was Inter
ested financially in burlegquc houses
in this country and Canada.
GREEKS TQ BE
Eight Arrested. Charged With
Gambling, to Appear in .
Bight Greeks were arrested last
night by Sergeant A. M. Edwards, A.
H. Slovens and Ed Butterfield on a
chargeo f fuiubling at a hotel on Twen-i
ly-fifth alreot between Wall and Lin
coln avenuos. They appeared before
tho city court this morning, Attorney
Halverson defending them. A plea of
not guilty was entered.
Bail for each alleged offender vasi
fixed in the sum of $50, with the ex-'
ceptlon of that of Joe Mands, whoso!
ball was fixod at $200. The men who 1
were arrested were Jim Kanilas, Chris
Coris, George Paulas, George Guskas.
George Zinas, Thcmisloolcs Mulos,
Phillip Morris and Joe Manos
They will appear tomorrow when
their case will be set for trial for a
later dale. t
I Donaldson Arrested; !
I Frameup Is Alleged
Upon the complaint of James
Brown, John Edmund Donaldson wns
brought hefoi'o the city court this
morning charged with having improper
relations with Pearl Brown, a girl
said to he under 18 years of age.
Judge VvV II. Reoder entered his np-
pearance in behalf of Donaldson and!
asked that (he case bo continued to-1
morrjw for setting. The defendant, I
Judge Reeder claimed, insisted on hav-i
ing a preliminary hearing. Judge D. j
11. Roberts fixed bail in the sum of
Donaldson claimed, following his
hearing this morning, that he was the
victim of a "frameup" and could prove
his innocence of the crime which he
is alleged to have committed. i
- rm V I
Chinese Forfeit by
Failure to Appear'
Pete Chin contributed $50 io the!
city treasury this morning when he
failed to appear on a vagrancy charge.
His ball was forfeited. j
Chin, together with six countrymen. 1
were arrested early this morning on I
a charge of gambling. Their cases
were set for this morning and all fail
ed to appear, thereby forfeiting a lump
sum of $300.
Others than Chin arrested were Leo
Kom, A. II. Mow. Wong Gown, Sing
Joe, Wong Lorn and Even Wong.
i : 1
! Society 1
. . ,
LAI COS CLUB
Mrs. F. 11. Eckhart will be hostess
to the members of tho Lai Cos. club
Wednesday afternoon at her home,
1 35ol Ogdeji avenue.
RETURNS FROM SCHOOL
Miss Margaret Johnson, who has
heen attending school at Palo Alto,
aniornia, nas returned to Ogden.
She will spend her vacaUon here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guv
Miss Luella Stephens was the com
plimenled guest at a china shower
given Saturday evening by Mrs. Wal
; ter Harris al her home on Twelfth
slreet. Games and music were the
entertainment for tho evening. Late
in the evening a perfectly prepared
supper was served to the . guests.
The tablo was centered by a basket
of peonies. Pink and white was tho
color scheme carried out. About
twenty guests were present for the
HIVE OAK SEWING CIRCLE
! Mrs. Daisy Cashmore will be hos
tess to the members of the Live Oak
Sewing Circle Wednesday afternoon
at her home, 455 Canyon Road.
DORCAS SOCIETY 1
.Members of the Dorcas Young
Ladies' society will meet Wednesdav
evening at the homo of Misses
Blanche and Edna Walberg, at their
home, 124 Twenlyrseventh street.
ICE CREAM SOCIAL
Under the auspices of the Luther
league, of the Elim Lytheran church
an ice cream social will be held this
evening on tho lawn of the church.
Members and their friends have been
Invited to come.
SCOTTISH DAY' '
' Mayor Frank Francis will be one
of the speakers on the program
which will be held in Lagoon as a
celebration of Ogden Scottish Dav
by the members of the Ogden Heath- :
g",i" "' " L '"""""lgror"'aWB,H'"' l "l HM II I III I iM.'Jihn -iiiiii ""M f?fWMg!iiglT"BMI11 J
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. The Thrift of a - !
MAX WE XL :
comes from its special steels ' "
, Nearly 400,000 owners know ability to stand wear, strain, I
;; well bow tbrifty a Maxwell twists and jolts that otber cars
, really is. much larger and heavier would
; Men in the trade in selling Jlave difficuity to resist. 1
other cars often use tbe cxpres- But they make a Maxwell
sion "as thrifty as a Maxwell." light. They eliminate useless f
j Special steels are the under- ciSht' they ease the burden I ,
. lying cause of Maxwell's thrift. n lhe enine and thus 6a8' oil I
I and tires render long mileage 8
These are steels, made to results. j
Maxwell's own formulae, after u I i
years of teats, analysis and study, HeDCe' grWing I L
j which make possible the ideal for
Sonstruction of great strength lU WrU VCr; ald
and light weight. 118 consequent fast growing I
j . numbers. iNearly 400,000 in
a They give a Maxwell the use today; a year hence 500,000. I &
j ' WEBER-TAYLOR MOTOR CO.: ' ' ' j
er Boll club tomorrow., Field events
for the day will begin at 3 o'clock
and tho concert program will be
given at C o'clock. Members of the
club, Scottish people of Ogden and
their friends are Invited to attend
VISITED IN OGDEN '
Mr. and Mxs. M. H. Savage and
their daughters, Dorothy and Louise
were Ogden guests during the last
part of the week. They were motor
ing from Bear Lake to their home
Jn Salt Lake and stopped in Ogden
while en route.
LEAVE FOR SUMMER HOME
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wood and their
daughter, Marcia, left Saturday for
their home in Spencer, Idaho.
Miss Jean Hunt of Oakland, Cali
fornia, is visiting in Ogden as the
guests of Miss Blanche Browning.
LEAVE FOR EAST
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bristol left
yesterday for Atlantic City, where
Mr, Bristol will attend the Inter
national Rotary convention. While in
the east Mr. and Mrs. Bristol will
vist .New York and several other
j largo cities. Mrs. Bristol returned
last week from a visit on the coast.
HONOR SALT LAKE GUEST
In compliment to Miss Edna Vol
ger, of Salt Lake, who is a guest
of Miss Florence Turner, Miss Turner
and Miss Elizabeth Browning enter
tained , Saturday afternoon at lhe
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown
ing on Twenty-soventh street. Tho
guests enjoyed lhe afternoon in play
ing cards A yellow color scheme
was carried out in the decorations
and in the menu. A fie o'clock
luncheon was served. A basket of
yellow roses centered the table, with
tiny place cards bearing the same
flower, laid for each guest Miss
Turner and Miss Browning vrere as
sisted in the serving of the luncheon J
by Miss Eleanor Ford, Louise Rich- 'fl
ard and Jessie Smith.
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I things else tho difference between knowledge I I
ad laek of knowledge of what is behind a se- I B 1
E curity What it does NOT .offer quite as much I H I
I a as what it does offer. 3IJQ I
The investigation of these features in a I IM I
THOROUGH way, is usually beyond thc'facili- I P I
ties oi the average investor, sometimes bevond INr 1
Ins.. experience. Our Statistical Department is 3
t most complete, and our Service Department is H
3 open to all investors who seek fair and unbiased $3
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38 West Second SoutK Street Wasatch B IH
3 I SALT LAKE CITV ' ' JJ g
TOOTS AND CASPER Toots Sneezes Herself Out of Furs! - "
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