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)l For Subscription and Advertising
i Department, Call Phone No. 5G.
V i
( Moose card parly Tuesday evening
r, f
'r l Stake Presidency Announces Mect-
I " 33S Tne stake presidency of the
! Wohcr stake has announced that regu-
1 iar weekly meetings of the stake vork-
I" ers will be resumed Tuesday cvcnlm;
1 at the Weber Normal college. Mem-
j ' " Ws of the high council, stake Sim-
Ij ; iay school board, the stake boards of
I the Relief society, mutuals, primary
I and religion class associations aie
4 , expected to attend the meeting.
? Have vou seen "The House that
! Sa-i Built;" in the window at Geo. A.
I'. 3,owe Co.? It is painted with Acm
a?alal. 2SG
) Soliciting funds for Scouts Forbid
den The soliciting of funds Tor unl-
Iorms on the part of boy scout troops
j ' is slrictlv forbidden, according to the
S I tlocision reached at a meeting of the
f, 1 ijovernlng board of officials. The
I , eting was held Saturday evening In
L I ii-o office of G. A. Goatcs. It was alBO
decided that steps towards standard-
jjzing scout insignia and uniforms
would be taken.
" For Sale 12-room apartment, 7
xnoms already up-to-date furnished.
; Phono -131-M. 2SG0
i Mrs. Toshiro Robbed Mrs. H. Tosh
iro, 274 Twenty-fourth street, reported
the theft of -10 and a diamond slick-
, pia j.o the police yesterday. She claims
Hii that a Japanese countryman removed
1 1 tho articles from her purse while shr-
if was eating noodles at a noodle house
on Twenty-fourth strceL A deserlp-,
- tion of the man thought to have taken
1 ' th' money and pin was obtained by
1 tho. police.
:t Grelner's Chili Is the Best. 2519
1 1 1
Call 11G6 for Trinling. The Ncuto-
Ij boom Ptg. Co., 2370 Wash. Ave. 254C
i Photograpns are nistory of iho fam-
i Have ihcm taken today a; The
ii Tripp Photo Studio. 320i: 25th Sv-
i Pleads Guilty in Court WilKani j
l . Mdsler of St. Joseph, Mo., pleaded
j ' guilty to a charge of disturbing the,
I pwee before Judge D. R. Roberts in ,
i the citv court today and was fined ?lo ,
j With the alternative sentence of f if-;
j teen days. .
, BUICK, cement and plaster jobbing,
j j1 chimneys, firewalls, etc Phono 770.
H) I 1132
Kj I 31ean rags wanted at The Standard j
H: i ff ice
i Clean rags vantea at The Standard
H! ; Week of Song In Ogdcn February
22 to 2S has been designated as the na-1
Hv tlonal week of song by the song com-
j! mittce of the music supervisors na-
J tional conference and Ogdcn schools
H' , will observe the week, according to
' Supt. Karl Hopkins. Norman K. Hall,
j I executive secretary of the national or-
; I ganlzation, issued a proclamation call-
! ing for observance of song week.
1 Coal M. L. Jones Coal & Ice Co.
I ; Prompt delivery. 413 21th St. 2173
Standards of Feb. Sth, March 1st,
,, March 3rd, April loth, July Cth, July
i 7th, July Sth, July 29Lh and Aug, 3rd j
of 1919, wanted at Standard. 2289 ,
i The Parent-Teachers' association of j
the Quincy school met FriGay. Among
; the numbers on the program were a
! , folk dance by beginners, a piano solo
I by Marguerite Noorda, a flag salute,
sing of "America," "Abraham Lln-
i ! coin" by Edna Halls, "Soldier Re-
I I prieve" by James Neil and a piano solo :
'"1 by Norma Jones. Mrs. A. II. Cousins'
' and Miss I.ophelia Hunyon spoke in
. ' behalf of the Y. W. G. A-
Old papers lor cale. Ogden Stand.
! For messenger cervicc Ph. 502. 2502
H' Forest Inspector in' Ogden It. "Y.
Stuart, forest inspector with offices at
Washington, D. C, arrived in Ogden
this morning, to confer wlih local of f 1-
H clals. Ho will depart tomorrow for
, Good wages will be paid by the Red
i Cross for nurses or housekeepers to
aid in homes where there is influenza,
' Telephone 316 or 739. 2514
Vi District Forester Leaves for Boise
; District Forester L. F.4Kncipp will
Hr leave this afternoon for Pocatello, Ida.,
where a supervisors' meeting is being
Hh held. The meeting will continue in
Pocatello until Wednesday and will be
continued at Boise for the remainder
I of the vrcck.
li 1
H Dumko Floral store now open In
Porlola Cafe. 370 24th. Phono 250.
j '
Hi 1
i C. B. Aren&on Returns to Ogden
Hj C. B. Arcnson of the operations depart-
Hj mcnt at the forest service has return-
i ! cd from an inspection ol the forest
j headqunrters at Salt Lake, Provo,
H , Ephraim and Salina.
" Draftsman Resigns Harold W. Bird
1 s draftsman at the forest service has
i resigned from his position with the
i government and will resume agricul.
J tural pursuits. He leaves this after-
noon for Mapletown, Utah.
H! ,i
j J Suit Against Bamberger to Reopen
I Tbo case of Eva ooason against
I, '
il When
! Influenza Comes
f is the first thought
j1 to relieve pain.
I Get a tube today.
Tkoc L.mIflC 4c Ca N. Y.
I i V 7 .
! mt-?M$m
LEXINGTON, Ky. Duo to Gov-
; ernor Edward P. Morrow's quick
j decision to use the troops of the ,
First Division against tne mob,
the attempt to lynch the negro,
who later was convicted of slaying
10-year-old Geneva Hardeman,
was foiled and the rioting quickly
Iho Bamberger Electric Railway will
'be resumed in the district-court to
morrow morning before Judge A. W.
Agee and a jury. Thin afternoon Judge ;
Ageo heard the probate and motion ,
calendar for the term. 1
County Clerks Returns to De3kc '
Miss Myrtle Huband, Wilbur Cook.j
and Wilford Young, deputies in the)
office of the county clerk, returned to1
their dulie3 today after a brieff illness.
Sheriff Peterson Out Sheriff H. C.!
Peten-on was out today for the first ,
time In more than four weeks, of ill-;
ness. He expects to "back on -the job" j
Car Company Flics Suit The Og
dcn Motor Car company f::e.: suit in
tho district court today against Alonzo ,
Hadley, asking for ?123.31 allege'd to
be due as repairs to Hadley's aulomd-,
bile. . ;
on tl
Attention Old Maids Cop 'lim
lially. Hollister'a Rocky Mountain i
Tea is your last hope for a: Sret !
breath, rosy cheeks, sparkling ej'es.
Don't give up without trying it. A.
R. Mclntyrc Drug Co. Adv. . t. J
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Soil Wli Nursed His ' J
Milier Critically 111
August J Fyhn, who contracted
pneumonia while nursing his mother.
Mi-s. Mary J. Fyhn, who died last Sat
urday, is in a critical condition, ac
cording to word received from the hos
pital this afternoon. j
He is manager of the Utah theatre, i
The funeral of his mother will be I
held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock I
;in the Llndquist chapel. Bishop!
George Browning will conduct the
services. The body will be shipped to
Salt Lake at 11:30 for sorvicet and
j burial.
Deaths and Funerals
BOAG The funeral of Jeanetto Hill1
Boag will ho held Tuesday afternoon
:at 4 o'clock, in the Larkin chapel1
j Biohop II. E. Lund will officiate. The
body may viewed this evening and to
morrow until time for the services. In
terment will be in the city cemetery.
VAUGHN Guy Gerald Vaughn, in
fant son of Mr. and Mrs.- Guy E.
Vaughn, died this morning at the fam
ily lesidence, 29G9 Adams avenue. The
child was born February 13. The fu
neral will be' at 2 o'clock tomorrow at
the lecldencc. Interment citv cemetery.
Bomb Plots Originate
I in Patterson, N. J.
NEWARK, N. J., Feb 1C Evidence
that the bomb plots of last June, when
attempts were made on the lives of At
torney General Palmer and other
prominent men, originated in Pater
son, was found in yesterday's raids on
terrorists there, it whs announced here
today. Frank S. Stone, chief of the
New Jersey department of Justice,
sponsored the statement.
Pink paper similar to that found In
'the wreckage in front of Mr. Palmer's!
house in Washington after it was dy-'
namiled, was found in the printing ea-l
tablishment of Benjamin Mazotta, III
was asserted. Sheets of It are being I
sent to the bureau of standards at I
Washington for analysis and compari-j
son with the paper found In the Pal
mer residence debris. Stone said.
Wilson Is Asked to
Hold Chairman Payne
WASHINGTON, Feb. 16. President
Wilson was asked today by virtually
nil members of tho senato commerce
i committee to retain Chairman Payne
;of tho shipping board In his present
position temporarily. Mr. Payne has
been nominated to succeed Secretary
Lane of the interior department.
The letter of the committee said to
tako Mr. Payne from the board now
"cannot but help to lead delay and disorganization."
j 'UU
A fool and his money are soon part
ed, some old patriarch said once upon
a lime. It's true today only a man
doesn't have to be a fool.
There's this much to say for the
census enumerator he won't even ask
you about your cellar.
To get in closer touch with iho navy,
i see what it is doing in the matter of
protecting the country, and to furnish
a gathering place lor former service
I men, Recruiting Officer Pugh has an
. nounced that a Navy club will be or
ganized in Ogden tomorrow evening at
7 CO at ihe recruiting office.
Tho momborshlp to the club is not
rpr.trlcted to former navy men, nor to
' former service men. but is open to all.
j A report on tho movoraents ,of the'
fleet will be received at the club each
' Mayor Frank Francis said: "Any
movement of this kind has my support.
Our navy offers many opportunities ,
for our young men and a navy club in:
Ogdcn might draw many boys into the
best of environments."
Commissioner J. R. Ward said:
"This is certainly a good move and de
serves the support of our citizens I
heartily endorse It." j
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DEE PRINTING, now located!
2428 Hud. Ave. Phone 732-M. '
1 ; OO
Much Bonding to be
Daie is Osfe this Year 1
Predictions made by Ogden archi
tects indicate that the building of
'homes in Ogden this year will exceed!
the 1919 record by 15 per cent. Archi
lest S. A. Shreeves said yesterday that
during the coming week, work will
start on no less than seven new resi
dences. The Ensign Herrlck residence
on Brlnker avenue between Twenty
fifth and Twenty-sixth streets, will be;
started this week. The estimated cost 1
is $7300. Another new residence, that
of B. C. Silverthorn, will bo built on
east Second street, at the cosi of
$7000. Four houses will be started by
the Ogden Homebuilders' company in j
the Lovelock subdivision during the
coming week. Tw of the houses will
cost $0000, while the other' two will
cost 5000. Mr. Shreeves also contem
plates building a dwelling at Harrison
and Twenty-fourth street.
Besides tho apartment house on
Twenty-seventh street, which Mr.
Shreeves says will be started soon,
two other large apartment houses will
bo erected during the immediate fu
i ture.
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I buy Liberty bonds at I
highest prices. If you have'
bonds for sale see me. j. J.
jBrummitt, 2417 Hudson ave.j
nue. Phone 59.
;Tkee Licenses, Two
Weddings, Before Noon
Three marriage licenses and two
weddings before noon was the record
today at the county clerk's office. Tho J
licenses were issued to Alpheus B.
Richards and Fanny H. Pukkendal,
both of Denver. They were married
by Judge A. E. Pratt. Alvin Johnson
and Mary H. Davis, both of Ogden,,
were granted a license and later mar-
rled by Bishop O. M. Sanderson.)
Thomas B. Reedcr and Susie McDon-j
aid, both of Ogden were granted a i
license. I
n, I
Comisiissioner Ward
Mas Many Applications1
. !
More than fifty application for posi-j
tions as officers, mechanics and motor
policemen on the Ogden City police
department have been received by :
Commissioner J. Ray Ward.
It is expected that two motor police
men will be employed in the near fu
ture. The applications which have
been received have alJpeen considered
by Commissioner Ward.
R. C. Evans Secretary i
Chamber of Commerce
R. C. Evans, formerly assistant sec
retary of the Ogdcn Livestock show,
which was recently held here, is now
secretary of the Chrmbcr of Com
merce at St. Anthony, Idaho.
Evans passed through Ogden a few
days ago en route to his new position.
He was formerly a business man in
Chicago before handling the reins in
the recent show here.
Anxious to equip yourself for a oood i
paying business without Interfcrlnn
with your present work7
The smallest amount made by any
full-time agent In my office during
, 1919 exceeded ?200 per month. One
first-year man made S59CO. Several
j older agents made close to 510,000. No I
capital, experience or expense re
' quired; nothing but hard Intelligent
work and good character. Text books
, free. Absolutely no obligation of any
nature. Wide field of operation for
, men or women of all ages and walks
of life.
i j
; Class commences February 19, at 602
Eccles Blda., 7:30 p. m. Register at
address -any day between 1-2 and 6-7
' p. m.
j Manager Intermountaln Dept.
District Manager
il- J
Announcing First
Showing of
New Spriag
: Suits
They have jUGt arrived and arc dis
played now for the fir3t time. It
is a wonderful assortment of new
spring fabrics and patterns in the
very newest up-to-the-minute
styles. And particularly take note
of the prices and substantial dis
COATS .. $22.50 ' UP
suits $29.50 aupd
$5.69 Discount
' cn any new spring suit, dress or
cent. Wc nrc making thic special
offer to induce you to buy early,
i Don't fail to take advantage cf it.
; New Spring
j All the new designs and materials.
1 Prices: $4.95, 55.95 and $6.95.
Altogether a sale you cannot afford
to miss if you are keen for economy
; yliuiiil
1 2345 Washington Avenue
! Debate ResHmed is
the Peace Treaty
I WASHINGTON, Feb. 1G. Consider
ation or tho peace treaty was resumed
in the cpen senate today by unanimous
I consent.
To start machinery toward possible
, compromise, Republican deader Lodge
moved adoption of a modification In
the first of the Republican reserva
tious adopted last session and another
season of debate began. The reserva-l
lion which Senator Lodge moved to
modify related to withdrawal from the
league membership.
Demands in European countries for
revision of the peace treaty form a
new rason against American ratifica
tion. Senator McCorniick, Republican,
Illinois, declared in a set speech.
Attemps to revise the Lodge resolu-
tions, Senator McCorniick said, are ani
effort for reduction of tho irreducible
"minimum," while reports of existing I
and threatening revolts of subject peo-j
pies, ho said, present additional j
grounds for disapproval by the senate;
of the treaty. 1
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1G. Senator
Owen, Democrat, Oklahoma, protested
In the senato today against the pre
vailing high interest rates charged in
commerclaly transactions and on call
loans on the stock exchange and urged
that steps bo taken to reduce rates.
He read a letter he has sent to Presi
dent Wilson.
Washington, Feb. ic Tha next
president of the United States will
come from the ranks of the great mid
dle class and his name is not now even
mentioned as a potential candidate,
predicts Thomas Pyroniski, a seventh
son of a ficventh son now serving In
the new, democratic, peace-time army.
Private Pronlskl has something of a
prophet's reputation with his "bud
dies" and a few of his predictions have
(1) Passage of the Volstead En-j
. forcement act.
I (2) Allied trading Avith tho co-op-.cratives
of soviet Russia.
Pyroniski also foretold the election
'of ra Munson as a member of the bor
"ough council of Wattsburg, Ponn., Inst
MONTESANO, Wash.. Feb. 16. W.
H. Cooley testified today in tho trial
of eleven alleged I. W. W. charged
with murder at Centralla on Armjsticc
day he heard many shots fired from!
Seminary hill and saw three men car
rylr.g guns running from the hill.
Bron Epperson and William Ryan,
(Who testified previously they found I
empty shells, clothing and field
glnsses on the hill, told the Jurors they :
(heard shots coming from the hill.
TOMBSTONE, Ariz., Feb. 16. The
.trial of Harry E. Wootton, hardware
(dealer of Bisbee, charged with being
, an aid in the kidnapping of 1,186 mln- ;
icr.s and their sympathizers from Bis-
bee in 1917, entered Its third week to
day with tho talesmen of the last ven
ire of four hundred names ready for
Jury duty.
The Paris peace conference even
tually doesn't mean anything to the
'Norwegian parliamentary committee,
I which refuses to award any Nobel
ipeaco prizes.
p W- III
I WASHINGTON Edwin T. Mcr- j
I edlth, successor to David H. Hous-
ton as secretary of agriculture, Is
already at hla new Job. Photo- i
; grapher snapped him ".hard at It." ;
Utah CosstrQctios Co.
' BiiHdiHg Roadie Oregon'
' BANKS, Ore,, Feb. 15. The Utah'
Construction company, under tho di-
rection of L. R. Wattis is engaged in
I building a railroad In this locality for
, (he Ecclen interests. The line is being ,
i extended into tho groat timber belt
in the vicinity of Veronia, Columbia
'county, and will. finally reach the Co
lumbia river near St. Helens,
j Tho company Is making use of the
! extensive equipment used In building
, the Natron cut-off In Oregon several
: years ago.
of Sinn Felners attacked tho police ,
barracks at Bellatraln. county Mono
' ghnn Sunday, employing explosives, i
jThe Sinn Felners, overcame the small!
I garrison, l of whom wore wounded. I
I .nt.a rui..ovuu urn arms aiu am
I i.ti Th s is the first attack on I
! rracks in Uistcr I
I nn '
Cattle Receipts 20; choice heavy
steers $10(f?11.50; good steers SS'JJIO,
fair tteer3 ?6S; choice feeder steers
$S?9; choice cows and heifers $89;
fair to good cows and heifers $7(0)8:
Icut'iTb $56; eanuei's Zh choice
feeder cows $67; fat bulls ?57;
bologna bulls $45; veal calves $10(5
j Hogs Receipts 222; choice fat nogs,
175 to 250 lbs., ?13.5014.25: bulk of
'saleo $13.75j)M; feeders $12(g)13.
Sheep Receipts none; choice Iambs
$11 Ji 15; wethers. ?911; fat ewc-s $7
S; feeder lambs $12'15.
Case and Schildman, Fner, Idaho,
1 cai cattle; M. L. Harbison, Ontario,
Oryjon. 1 car horses; Androw Bing
ham, Reno, Nevada, 2 cai'S horses:
James Wilson, St. Anthony, Idaho, .1
car hogs; Ira Griffin, Cairo, Nebraska,
1 uu hogs.
UN) III! fil
Lehi Tinfcic and NailcMver Sell
Actively Tintic Standard is
Strong at $6.45
The trading today on the Salt Lake
Stock &, Mining Exchange was erv!
actio with prices both up and down.,
Lehi Tintic and Naildi'ivcr were about1
the two most active stocks, the for
mer opening at 20 cents and advancing
to 24 J,b cents but weakened a trifle
beforf- the close, it closing with only!
23Vj cents bid and 21 cents asked,
while the latter opened at S5 cents j
and soldoff to 79, it closing with SO j
cents bid and S2 cents asked. ZuniaJ
was very active and showed some'
strength, it changing hands as hi?h n&j
IS rents. Etirkn T.IIv rhnntrpt hrinfKi
as low as 261: cents. New Quincy Avas
weaker, it soiling as low as S cents;
Michigan-Utah sold as low as 7 cents.
Prince Con Avont at 7S cents and 80
cents and Tintic Standard Avas very
strong, it soiling as high as $6. 15 and
clorcd strong Avith $6.5 bid and $fi.5i'
(Quotations fUrniGhcd oyrr .private
wire J. A. Hogle SL Company,
Eccles Building.)
Alto Con .13 .14
Albicn j .12 ..13
American Con 04 .05
Alia Tunnel 12 -12&
Big Hill 12V. .33y.
Big CottonAVood . ... .OOJA
Bullion 06$ .07V.
Blaik Metals 13 .13J.
Columbus Rexall 69 .60
CroAvn Point . ., 07 .OS
Colorado Con .' .OS't
Central Eureka .QiZ ' .03
Cardiff 1.57 i.eo
Draqon Con 14 .IS
Daly West 3.90 4.25
East CroAvn Point ... .05V, .05
East Tin. Con 14 .16'
Eureka Minos i .12
Euroka Lily 27 " 27t
Euitka Bullion 2SV .29
Emma Silver 11 " .ny.
Empire Mines .09 10 "
A BadCough
If ncslected, often leads to Crriocs trouble.
Safeguard your health, relieve year dlstmi
ead oothc your irritated throjs by taking
y compared to the pleasure 1
llilil Qc of these I
i the timeLThinl!
fcil you w,Sytor I' ;
3?jsf3j SSggjPS5'" other kinds of '
ianSI i pleasure. ' '
IF"! r I
;p Columbia, Victrola ai&d Edison .
I We have a" models, priced at $25 and up, 1
' IS . Easy Payments 1 i
iV'i'lJw Come in or telephone 101 for n demonstration k
A new photograph of Mrs. Maximo Dempsey. divorced wife of F.
Jack Dempsey. heavyweight champion, who accuses her former hus- f
band of haA-ing evaded military service during the war through afll- '
davits secured from her through threats. Federal authorities are r
investigating. V-
Gold Chain I .OS .19
I Grand Central 40 j
t Howell 06VL-I .07
jlroi Blossom . '.39 j ..-11
I Iron, King .-IL A2
Judse Mining . . ... .'.f 4,85 J
Kennebec - lSv .30
Keystone ' .90- .-01
Leonora . ... .05 .05J,.i
1 i-eai Tintic . ' ..".'.. , .23 -2-1
Ma Day '., ;0GV .07
MiUor Hill . , .'01 .02
Mammoth 1.00
MorcoAV .40
Michigan-Utah ' .07 .07V6
North Stan. . .12. .13
Now Quincy . .....'.; .OSj .OS
Ohio Copper . .... . ....... .35
Opfhongo . . : '.02Y .02.
I JJiutus ' .49 .51 i
iPrincp Con 7S ) .SO
I Provo , 0551
Paloma ...... VOO',
I Kico Argentine ,. .Oil - .- .02',A
Rico Wellingtcn J .10 i'2
Sells . . .'. '.."...I " .21 ' ' .22
Sil. King Coaol'ii' . '2".lC '2.20
1 SSI. King Con .';..'. 2. 00
Sioux Con ' .04 .054
South Hoela -. 1.20- 1.25
South Standard . ..".: .30 " .33
Silver Shield . .4S .19
Tar Baby '. .05 .OoV-
Tinlic Central . ... .05 .05'i-
Tintrc Standard .. ... 6.35 S.50
Utah Cons ...j .02M .02
Uncle Sam .'j , .05
Wort'. Toledo " .1 0?a n5
: Walker . . .. 4.07J 1.30
IWoodlaAvn . .- .j .19 i .21 j
(Yankee .08 j .10 I
.Zucia ,-.. ,46 .17
! Beaver Copper . I .019i .0214'
j Empire Copper . . ..'.. .30 j .38
NaJIdrlver , .SO .82 '
I Union Chief ( .0$t .07'
Antclopo Star 3P0Ol?4c. i
Ajz Con. 10003'Hc; 1000135,2C. !
Albion lOOOfi-lOc, '
American Con. Copper lOOOV-c;
10.5001 4 ajc.
A.lta Tunnel 100012I-C.
Eureka Lily 10002jc; 1500G27c: !
Oulllon 2000(5'7q.
Columbus Rexall 1500060c.
Euroka Mines 1500'312c.
Keystone 100f?91c.
Emma Silver 3000T12c; 100f?2Sc.
Lohl Tintic 500(5-20c; 50021J.C;
150n23lc; 1500(&2ic; 1050024c.i
MIohigan-Utah 40008c; 10007Vc.
New Quincy 45009c; 20009Kc;
lOOOSSc; 2000S3ic.
Eureka Bullion lQO-gSc.
Pnitus 20050c.
Prince Con. 300fiSOc; 7007Sc.
North Standard 2000i2Ac: 5005
Sells 500lSUcr fionf?irip' isnni
19c; 1 3,328 (g. 20c; 1006g,20c.
Silver Shield 20049c; 1800g-19c.
Tntlc Standard lOOtfj.lO: lOOfJi
$6 10; 20046.25; 100$6.30.
Zuma 100Q'45c; 100046c; 1300 !
47c; 6S00:49c; 900-l7VjC
Black McLilr. 50013c; 500S!13c.
Big Hill 150013c.
Eureka Lily 4000'g)26,2C. j
Henvcr Copper 5005 2c.
Eist Tintic Coal. 10007-c.
Iron King 200TT41C.
East Crown Point 350055c. S
Koystcne 500fl0c. i
Lehi Tintic lOOCtl 24 yc 7500f-
Michigan-Utah 2000(5)7c; 600007c.
iNoav Quincy SOOOSc. G
ITaildriver lOOSoc; 20083; 2009 H
82c; 2001i;81c: 300?S0c; 10073c. B
Opohongo 150U'B2I-;c. K
Eureka Bullion 1C002S1,-jC. H
Prince Con. 100079c. p
Rico Argentine lOOO'Oc.
ico Wellington 5000(10c.
South Standard 2500(??33c.
5ells SOO'Olc. rt
Silver Shield 900 ISVic. S
Tintic Standard 50SG.30; KM
West Toledo 3500tf?S'.ie; 450055c rj
Zuma 1500347c; 50046,,-c, BWV g
Bid A?S ;(
Amal. Sugar . 5 ? !;" ld
"Preferred 104.50 105 ;l
Con. Wagon 120.00! i:2.W
Utah Idaho Sugar .... 9.5" s,'
LlO'. Coal ' C3.00: " f;
iiion Bondg I 01 !j
Mutual Creamery I I
First Nat., Ogden .... 325 00 . M
Ogdr-n Pck. & Prov i '"' 1
Plus interest.
jj Scraps ol Paper . J
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m bvAUtlfnlly ombowcMl fltork cer ,
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formed gratis.
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