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1 TWO TRAVELERS
f LOSEJIG SU1
fj Pickpocket Relieves Portuguse
f of Nearly $1000 At Ogden
yMMMM A pickpocket did a thriving business
for a few minutes at the Ogden I'nlon
TgfrM station yesterday, according to police
TfffM Manuel T De SUva and Fachln Lu-
TfffM clan both Portuguese from California.
who were making a belated pilgrimage I
TtffM to their native oounty lost, altogether
j ' cloe onto $1000, their passports and
WffM other papers.
Jl Do Silva said he lost $300 In cur-
mM rency when the wallet that contained
fMMM his papers was lifted from his pockets.
wwgM Luclan was unable to estimate his loss.
'99M but it was placed In the neighborhood)
f3M of several hundred dollars.
ftM The police were notified and with
9MMM depot officials discovered the pass-
'('$ Ports and r mainlnr papers in a Kar-
MB base ..ui when it had bean iumped by
the thief, after he had appropriated
fm 'ho currency.
hH- The Portuguese continued on thojr
fffgfW' Journey eastward and wer- notified Of
IB the dlscoverey of their paiers by a
MS wire which intercepted thim at Green
H River, Wyo.
State Officers Look
I Over Ogden Road Work
T'pon invitation of Mayor Frank
I'rancl.i and members of the city com
mission. Governor Bamberg -r, Harden
Flennlon. secretary of state. Joseph 1:1
rle. state auditor, and members of the
state road commission aro in Opden
today Investigating the condition of the
vork started on north Washington
fivenue to pave that street. An appeal
will be made to the governor and his
party to aid in getting cement for tin
work. Cement shipments have recont
IJ been diverted to other points in
Vtah, leaving the project hero In th
! ROM) JNGANYON
'Steam Shovel Put to Work
By Moran Widening
Actual r ork in preparation for thc
I paving of the Ogden canyon road has
I begun Yesterduy and today a huge
isteam shoel, furnished by the Moran
Paving company, In widening the road
ft a point near the railroad bridge
snd Is cutting awa a large embank
ment Bridges will bo straightened,
culverts built, and various points wid
ened before the actual paving will
Although nothing definite has been
announced In regard to the actual !
pouring of the road surface. It is be-i
lltved that this work will not be at
tempted before spring.
Seeks Divorce on
Charge of Cruelty
Luella Humphries has filed suit for
divorce In the district court agulnst
Kddle Humphries charging cruelty and
nonsupport She complains that her 1
husband caused her bodily Injuries and !
has neglected to provide her with the,
common necessities of life.
The couple was married In Brlgham I
City. July 17. 1917. There aro no
children Mrs. Humphries asks that
her maiden name, Luella Rugg be re-1
stored and that her husband pay costs
of the suit.
Gets $30 Fine When
Held on Check Charge
W S Topper was fined $30 In the;
city court yesterday when he ploadcd
guilty to a charge of Issuing checks
uithout sufficient funds In the bank
to cover them Topper said he gave a
check of $15 to O. K Vogcl and In-1
m inV;ll'is;;v,"7rs Th u,mc;t ln comfort and
If Men's Dress Shoes Ladies' Street Shoes
0 Made of hlghe,t grado leather !" VS ?Vf0Uf' wi,h niil1
on FnirH-h Jul . AblUtOlj the I., I ,
on English last, with low, com- Jn Btyle and attractiveneBS-
1 forlable heels. Many stles and comfortable with long-wear-I
varieties, In dark ing qualities.
brown or black. .. $8 to $14 at $7.50 to $9
A conscientious effort to give you a careful fitting Shoe
I Service where price has a meaning
FIELD DAY SET
Two-day Event With Many
Exhibits Opens Tomorrow
At Lorin Sarr
All In in readiness for the school
field day at Lorin Farr park tomor
row. All the creditable projects and
achievements of the students during
, the three months of summer under
i the supervision of the twelve-month
workers w 111 he exhibited at this fair.
The club work of the farm bureau
club leader and his clul members will
also be on display In a big two-day
fair and field day
fupt B. A. Fowler, of the county
schools, said today: "The work ac
complished under this summer super
vision Is varied, and has proved of
Inestimable value to tho rural dis
tricts. Besides the vocational end of
It, much Interest has been taken in
furnishing the country towns with rec
reational features baseball, socials,
hikes, dances and parties always under
the supervision of the twelve-month
worker. Improvements in public parks,
grandstands, ball grounds, better kopt
lawns and flower Iv-rls, str.xlghlened
fences. new ly-painted garages and
houses have been among the civic Im
provement activities Of the farmer
boys and girls during the present sum-
"Many of tho evidences of this work
will be displayed :it Lorin Farr park
Friday and Saturday during the club
and school ;xhlblt."
The Pleasant View school team of
the county league demonstrated Its
right to compete for the $25 prize
offered for the best county BOhool
team by defeating Flaln City boys yes
terday afternoon. Pleasant View will
play the champions of the other sec
tion. West Weber school, at Lorin
Farr park Friday afternoon, begin
ning at 1 30 p. m. The winner will
be champion of the county and Will
receive the prlre money a second
prize of $10 will be given the losing
team, as they are winner of their
division of the county. Much Interest
is manifest In this championship
Many races and field sports will
follow the baseball game Cash prizes
will be paid the winners In everv event.
Two prizes will be given at tho dance
held In the park pavilion at the close
- of the day, Friday. $5.00 for tho best
couple dancing the waltz and a second
prize of a box of chocolates.
LILLIAN THATCHER ORCHESTRA
Y ILL PL
The festivities will continue Satur
day which wll be Farm Bureau da 1
the park. The exhibits of Friday will
remain up for the Saturday events.
The Junior farm bureau teams will
play championship games for prizes
I on Saturday. County Agent Preston
, Thomas and Club Leader A. W. Rob
! Inson aro making every preparation
i for a record-breaking crowd on S.it
I urday The schools and the farm
j bureau people are co-operating to
I make the two-day fair a success In
I Tho exhibitors of sewing, canning,
farm products raised, farm appliances
jnade. etc, will also be awarded cash
GOV. COX MAKES
"You can never be too sure
about the ladies."
It was remarked here yesterday
during tho visit of the Democratic
nominee that "Jimmy Cox cer
tainly knew how to play polltlQB.
This was probably no more
forcibly demonstrated than just
following the arrival of the dis
tinguished visitor at the Alham
bra yesterday whin the governor,
Instead of passing them l.y as did
members of his party, stopped at
the mouth of the entra nceway at
the north of the theatre and
passed the time Of the day with
a group of ugden women stand
Here's where the sentiment of
the foregoing song comes ln
Probably the governor had It In
mind and just naturally ''played
politics" to make himself solid.
But then who wouldn't ;
Do you think those women will
vote for "Genial Jlmmlc" Cox?
Just ask Mrfs Douglas Watson
or Mr. S. S Smith.
tended to deposit enough money in
the bank tho following Monday to
cover It. A friend failed him. bs Bald,
and the check VfOM returned, and ho
was arrested before ho had time to
raise the money elsewhere.
25 women to peal tomatoes.
I Van Alen Canning Corp. 5479
REPUBLICANS SELECT DELEGATES
TO NAME TICKET FOR COUNTY AT
! CONVENTION TO BE HELD SATURDAY
i Luge attendances featured the Re
p.il.h 111 primaries held last night in
the city and county districts where
194 delegates were named to attend
the Republican county convention, to
I be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock!
In the Orpheum theatre.
The primaries within the city were
held at the city hall, county court-,
hpUse and in many ward meeting
I houses and amusement halls. Inter-!
I in ths naming of delegates was at
high pitch at all times and It wrb e-
tlmated that within the city more thani
1000 persons attended.
t Saturdays convention the Re-,
publicans will choose their legislative
and county ticket and spirited rivalry:
Is cxp' eted to feature tho sessions. j
At noon today only a portion of the
di li gates B lected in the county dls-l
trlcts had been recelcd at head'quar-j
tors, but the city delegates were re-i
ported as complete. Tho list of dele
District 1 J. O. Willis, A. II. Storcv,
Mrs J. E Wright J L. Hobson
Id.strict 2 J. H. FowNs. Mrs. Iff. p.
Bingham, D R. Roberta, J. A. Buch-.
lcr 1-2 vote.
District 3 W. B. West, Jno. Neute-1
District 4 Mrs Wm. Wilson, Mrs
District 5 Mrs. Lcttle NlckersonJ
Aggie Tito, R. B. Palnc. R E Wilson.
larenos Tlte, L W. Nlckerson.
District 6 Edward Kerwln, Jane'
Fowler, J n. Riley, Samuel Fowler. I
District 7 W. J. Crltchlow. W. J.
Rackham. A. F. Larson, H, M. Mack I
B. B. Wilson.
District 8 J. V. Eldredge, Jr , F. C.
, Naiabltt, F. F. Flinders, Dr J W Pld
cock. R. D. Allison.
District 9 Mrs. E. R Gelger. D. L.
Roberts, Mrs. May Stewart. H A Pur
I dy. Mamie Planz, H. Baglev. Sr , H
i Bagley, Jr.. Earl Geiper
L'lstrlct 10 C. T. Moyes, Se'.h E
Thomas. R l Pmc.--.ck, Rose
Moyes. G. H. Welch.
District ll-.Mrs. Mary E. Jones
C C Early, Thos. Wilson. F. P. Hol
llng3Worth. SECOND WARD.
District 12 A G. Sneed. Ben Trim
ble. District 13 C W Rankin, W. A.
Jones, C. D. Lyon
District 14 Jno Crltes. Jno Scher
rer, G. C. Foley. Frank Smvth. Sam
Dixon. S. J. Van Ness.
District 15 Glenna Marriott, Wm.
Hill, W Iff. Hope. Mrs. A Griffin
District 16 Mrs. I. N. Fulton. Mrs.
L E. Wllkenson, Mrs. Kate Harmon
I J. E. Williams.
District 17 Harry Hales. Chas
: Bass. Emma Greenwell.
j District IS Marcus L Crltchlow,
Mrs Lois Fife, Jno. R. Davis. A. E.
1 BZRD n RD.
I'istrlct 19. 8 P. Nelson, Harry
District 20 C. R. Green. Geo. S.
Barker. W J. Royl
District 21 Frank Moore, W A
District 22 Dr. J M Elliott. Mrs.
Ada Harrop, S. Harrop, Frank Hlek
enlooper, II P Randall.
1 1 1 i ri. i 23 ( 'hrla Aadneson, K
Manning. Parley Norseth. Lizzie Nor
s. th. N, is Anderson. David Galsford.
District L'4 Bertha Harris. M L
Jones, D. J. Barker. A. E Read. J J
District 25 Walter F Marlln. Walk
District 26 O. P. Badger, J M
Forrlst ill. V Farr.
District " 7 Inn !.-.... -f w t '
- - - - - .hi ii.i r.nr
O. . Abbott. M. K. Packman. v w
1M H I II RD
District 28 Hal Farr. L. Zltzman.
i ,iProv' K- Greon. David Stlne.
I H. H WardlelglL
District 29 Mrs. Aaron Tracey, Max
YSoodberry, A V Stratford, Mary
Gertsen, Glenna Felt.
District 30 Henry Steele. John En.
gebretaen, Walter Wadman, J. L Da
I" II. I r. i: Pale
District 31 Eva C Erh, E A. Lar
kln. iiscai 'law so,,. Florence Iluut
zlnger, Fran.-ls Parry
District 3 2 Jno Thomas. Mrs. W.
gj. Patterson. Moroni Skeen. Char
ptte Skeen. Max Davidson, W. W
District 33 Francis Huss M S
Marriott, Del ij;,y. M . Marriott
Dlatrlct 34 G. J. Kelly, C. S. Gun
nei). a. T. Hestmark. P L. Turner
Mrs. Sadie Israelson. Mrs. J. G
District 35 Fred Tout. Carl a ill
R. J. Doiiglas.s, C. R Holllngsworth.
I 'an Kiislgn, T A. I)eine. Dr. W E
District 36 Dr. E. I Rich. Dave
Mattson, Helen Brown, Blanche Matt
son, Mr... A T. Bodte.
District 3 7 C. J. Jensen. Jonathan
Jones, W P. Cook. Dr. L. F. Merrill.
District 3s O, a Parmley. M B
Core. L. Iff. Griffin. S. C. Powell. W. K.
Hopkins. C H Stevens.
District 89 - W. Chambers. J. H
Wheelwright, p. j. Hendershot. I. N
Cooly. Iva Steers.
District 40 Jno. A. Sneddon. How
ard Bkeen, Lawrence H Evans m. h
u he. iwrlght, Iff. B. Wheelwright, Wai-
l?1".121"101'' MaK8le Sneddon. F. A.
1,1 11 ' " J. R Ward. H. J. Pack
er j j Harrison, J. C. Davis, H. C
Oborn, li F. Cahlll, Edward H Cham
bers. FIFTH WARD,
I'istrlct 4 2 J. E. Evans, Fred
Melaaner, D v. Watson, Dr. R. Kanz
ler. Roy Madsen
District 43 T. n Wheelwright, J
V Nell, Dr. S Paine. Hober J
McKay. M S. Poulter. W H. Reeder
J. P. Corey. Geo D. Bennett
I District 44 G. A. Goates. Clyde
Lindsay, Hugh Holdaway, David J
Wilson 1. p. Wheelwright. E 1.
District 45 Jno Culley. AnnU
"'" !1 11 ' Adarps A. Turn.-r
J. G. G. bhart. C. O DeWoif. J C
District 46 W L Wattls. Clara
May Browning, Walter Gale, Dora K
Mortonson, Rebecca King, S J. Kap
m n Anna Lindsay. Angus Kennedy.
I. M. Nye
District 17 E. T. Hulanlskl. Geo '
Halveraon, E Porter. H. A Soder-1
berg. P. A Moyes. Dr. W. J Baker, I
Mrs. E. Bowman
Dlatrlct 48 Charles Rice. Davel
Fugh, Walter Smyth. A H. Moyes.
Frank J Stevens, Walter Herrlck. Mlasl
Ry Mlddleton. Norma Sims, P. O
Munson. B Uppman
District 19 J. v. Wilcox. Verna
Murphj Kmll Keller, J. G. Larison,
Q W. Wilson.
DlHtrict 5 0 B. A. Fowler. A. B.
Ji'iis.-n. Lillian P. Dunlelds. Emma I
I'elt.rson, c Hussey, John E Stxl-'
tor, J. G. Moyes
District 51 Everett Neuteboom, Dani
i'ugli. Henry Denkcr.
Dlatrlct 52 Dora P. Holther, John'
T Newton, Geo. W. Carey, Jr. Fred'
District 53 M P. McFarland. Dr.'
J F. Bnedaker, Mrs. Harriett Jackson,
Mrs, .Mary J. Croft, Louis Miller
Distrld 5 4 D F. Steele. J W. Har-
bertaon, J.W.Farnsworth, Vird c Gar-I
nor. Geo C. Crltchlow, 1. C. Canfleld I
J. G. Crompton,
R( fU n CREEK
I . den Hyrum Carver. John Wilson, j
Harvey Thompson, G. a. Fuller.
Farr West H. B. Brown. Chas. I
Oroberg. Herman Bell, Ward Fisher.
Harri.svllle M D Harris. Edward
Berrett, John D Murphy, R J
Gaines. Geo Webster, Lemuel Wcb
Fter. Huntsvlllc Geo Andrews, T. IS Mr -Kny.
Jos Smith, Thos. Stoker, luvid
Tracey. Francis McDonald. Bert Ings
trom. John l errell, Peter Olsen. Join,
North ogden 1 C. H. Chandler,
V m Storey. Wm. Gibson. Alice Dean.!
John Storey. 11 F Blaylock.
North Ogden 2 A. E. Berrett, Delia
Barker, H S Campbell. Jos. Folk
man. W N Barker. J. P Blavlock
J. H. Johnson
Randall Geo. Randall, Jas B
Slatervlllr v. j. Hudman. Fred Co
babe, A M Wheeler, S". w I orn
Talor p,eB Green. Chas. Kingston,,
S C Hadley, W. C. Hunter, Jos.
A est b arren P. F. Barrows.
West Weber Edward Charlton.
Jos Hogge Robt. Penman, J,, R
McFarland. Thos Cook, Esra Hadley
Mrs. Harriett Hudlcv, Mrs. .1 R Mc
Farland, Mrs Susv.n A KffcFarland
WIDon John Holmes, Nellie Wil
liams, Jos Belnap, Jos Anderson.
For Subscription and AovertlsInQ
Department, Call Phono No. 66
Ogden Typowr.ur ::oii.- rr type
writers and repairs. 2422 Hudson Av
Returning Home Twenty-threo
girls, students of a Denver high school
wcro Ogden visitors today en route
to their homes from Yellowstone Na
j tlonal park w here they have been
spending several weeks during the
summer, studying natures wonderland.
Miss Franke Harris of the North Den
ver high t-chool has charge ot the
Phor.e 502 for messenger.
Italians En Route One hundred
I Italians en route to points In Califor
nia arrived In Ogden today from
points In the east. The departed for
he west on train 19.
Clean largo rags wanted at The
; Standard-Examiner offlco. i"2
"-'Idlers Coming Thirty-three sol
diers, until recently stationed ut Camp
jGruni, are due to arrive here- tomor
J row en route to San Francisco.
I Yes! our Mueller Pipe and Plpeless
i Furnaces are replacing the stoves. No
l trouble to keep tho whole house warm
and they save tons of fuel. Installed
by W Oswell Jackson Co.. Heating
Experts. Tel 1952. Adv
Aviator Hero Captain Walter Frce
l urg, aviation corps of the I'nlteil
States army was an tgdon visitor to
day en route to Honolulu, where he
will be stationed.
Wanted Teachers' room and board.
Phone 1272-W 5360
Ball Forfeited J B Whisenam for
feited $5 ball in the city court yester
' day by non-appearance on a charge
of driving an auto without proper
J license plates.
I.ono-N 011 VLsIt Mrs. J. M Elliott
left Ogden today for Chicago on a
lslt and will spend one month In the
eastern Btutes. m her return to tho
west she will stop at Kansas City and
visit lth relatives.
KHIngaon Back Walter ciiingson.
truffle manager of the Utah-Idaho
Central lines, returned to Ogden today
after an extensive trip to tho east He
icsumed his duties today.
Two Cases o Recover
Money Open in Court
Two cases to recover sums of money
I are scheduled today In Judge A W
1 Agee's division of tho district court.
1 This morning the case of A. M. Miller
'against Klrby E. Smith, seeking t,, 1.
cover a sum on a loan began. This
afternoon the case of J. L. Hey wood
against the Utah Tire Repair com-j
pany to recover wages alleged to be
due. will come before the court.
No court Is being held ln Judge A.
E. Pratt's division with the exception I
of preparation of a calendar to be
opened in Farmlngton tomorrow.
25 women to peal tomatoes.
Van Alen Canning Corp. 5479
I Methylated spirit was recently sold
by a Liverpool chemist at a profit
Ol 415 per cent.
BIEmyil .j a'4UesasaWBfil
BIG NEW BILL TODAY
A Real Musical Treat
Grand Opera Stars
HARRY VON FOSSEN
' SHELDON & HAZLEN
"Smpton and Delilah"
BRIERRE & KING
Singing and Dancing
VAN & EMERSON
ANOTHER GOOD COMEDY
3 Shows Daily 2:45, 7:30, 9: 15 p.m.
Prices 25c 40c 50c
"GO AND GET IT"
IS COMING SUNDAY
1918 Model 6-39 Auburn 5-passongcr automobile; 4 new Kelly-
Springfield tires, 4 other tires in good condition, 4 extra tubes,
Exide storage battery in A-l condition ; new top ; newly painted'
and in excellent mechanical condition Snap for cash. See J
J. U. Eldredge, Jr, at Standard-Examiner Office or telephone '
2450 or 599.
Lack of housing facilities in oder,
has caused many families to seek ac
comodations in the suburbs and sur
rounding towns of ORden and have
also compelled these families to send
ther children to county Instead of city
schools, according to B. A. Fow l i .
superintendent of Weber county
schools This condition has resulted
in the crowding of classes and a rcc
or.i registration, Mr. Fowler said.
Mr. Fowler said that no official re
ports win oe forthcoming from the
county districts In regard to registra
tion until next Monday, hut Indie.itlon.J
a", present point to overcro vvdlns ot
classrooms and a record attendance
in all sections.
The Indication! also point to a great
ly Increase! population in the countv
districts. Mr. Fowler said
It was also F-nld that families who
usually move to the city from the
country districts for the winter, plac
ing their children In the clly schools,
have been unable to obtain accomoda
tions. Consequently they are remaining
op the farms and the children are go
ing to the district school, thus creat
ing another situation that has to bu
10 IB OVER
Maor Frank Francis, Secretary O.
J. StUwell of tho Ogden chamber of
commerce, and other representative
citizens will attend the baseball meet
ing to be held at the Web. r club nxt
Monday eenlng. Plans for the forma
tion of the I 'tan Stale U am- w ill be
discussed at the meeting. Rt pr. s -nt i
tlves of the Ogden. Siulthflold. Logan.
Liyton. r.rlgham City and Tromonton
clubs aro to b present at the meeting.
The Cache Valley Is irrue will also b"
Frank S ott. manager "f the id.-n
club will repr.-sent tho locals. . RaV
Olsen, secretary of the Logan club and
also of the Cache Valley league will
represent Logan. W. M. Davis will bo
on deck as Lirigham's representative
while a. Plshburn win represent Tre
monton. V. Cook of Lay ton will also
be present. The president of the
Smlthfleld club will also be on deck.
Several Important problems will be
thrashed out at the meeting, chief of
'ihrm being th renaming of th league
i the salary question, playing ru. ;. the
election of officers for tne ID 21 sea
son and whatever business may arise.
Sprinters of Comity
Handed a Challenge
Walter Draney, the fast second I
baseman of Plain City baseball team)
bis Issued a challenge to any man In;
Weber county outside of Ogden City
for a 100 -yard foot race, the race to
be run for the prize given for tbi':
event by the Hureau School commit
tees, on Saturday afternoon at Lorin
FaJTT park. Prancy has cleaned up
tho runners on the baseball teams in
the county and Is now out to take or.
any one else who desires a contest.
Anybody interested to enter Is advlseJ
to report to the Farm Hureau office,
Dead List Grows; H
Sleuths at Work H
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well as the lobby Into which tho door
opens, was wrecked. Mot only was the L--------V
Iron door framing torn out. but great ggggggggV
sections of the stone fencing were --------H
and cracked Th cn-at col H
umm of granite which ornament thc
front of the old treasury bull. ling,. be-
which stands the st.Uue of
George Washington, were scarred ind H
dented by pieces of flying debris or i H
Among the injured was Alvlrt W. H
Krech, president of the Equitably H
Trust company. He was struck, by H
flying glass when sitting in his office
on the first floor of a building ftcar
the explosion. After being treated at
a hospital for cuts on the face and 1 H
went home. H
Mayor Hylan announced that he Laaaaaaa
would seek to havo the city offer a H
reward of $10,000 for the conviction H
any person who might have been L--------I
responsible for a crime in connection H
with the explosion. H
Windows of the forty story Equlta. , I
ble building were shattered as high
up as the 20th floor. Soldiers estab
lest pedestriajis be Injured by g)a&, H
which this after afternoon was dang-
ling in Jagged pieces on hundreds o( H
M V Bl HM D. I
Some of those killed outright 4iad
the clothing literally torn from their H
and evidence that the street Was H
filled with burning, scorching, flaming
gas shown by the blistered and
burned flesh. H
Had the explosion occurred ten: ot
fifteen minutes later the casualties
would, no doubt, ben greater, as. the
1 12:01 was Jusl at the beginning of the H
'period when the office buildings were H
pouring forth their thousands of em-
V hero the disaster occurred, the H
Junction of Broad, Wall and NasBau
streets. Is ncrhaps. during the noon
j hour, the most congested point In.Jthe
Police Commissioner Ennght said H
this afternoon that the police Were
working on thirty leads In an endeav-
or to ascertain the cause of the ex-
OF IRON. IH
"There are certain developments !
i which do not uphold the explosion of jH
dynamite In a wagon as accounting for
the wreck of the buildings." the com- I
mlssloner added "My men have found
slugs of cast iron all around the scene Uf
of the disaster. They resemble weights
of windows broken ln pieces, but they , I fgM
did not cme from windows in the
vicinity as we can find out'"
Commissioner Enrlght said he had lH
men v.orklng on th'- reported flight IH
of two men between William and Han-
I over streets and Wall street, who Wjsre jH
Isnld to have leaped into an automo-
bile ni l darted away shortly after rfho IH
Fine Elberta Peaches and
Concord nrapes at State
Industrial School. 5474
I THE NICHOLS LADIES' BAND I
Will riy for a j !IL
An excursion tram will leave Ogden
over the U I. C. Railway at 6:30
p. m., returning the same evening i
after the dance. All friends are in J
vited- Finest, hall in the state.
I DANCE I I
I LORIN FARR PARK J I
I Friday and Saturday, Sept. 17 and 18 J
1918 Model 6-39 Auburn O-passenger automobile ; 4 new Kelly. -Spring-fieltl
tires, 4 other tires in good condition, 4 extra tubes, I
I Exide storage battery in A-l condition , new top ; newly painted
S Uld in excellent mechanical condition. Snap for cash. See Ij
I J. U. Eldredge, Jr , at Standard-Examiner Office or telephone
I 2450 or 599.
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