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I THE OGDEN STANDARD; OL.DbiN, U1AH. WfcDNfcaOAY r-LBRUARY 18, 1920"
jl ORPHEUIW-Last Time TODAY 1 . jK Matinees, 2 and 4 p. m. Prices 20c and 6c I 1 1 I f I! The girl who loved babies and the wife who didn't. I ?Jjfl Anita Stewart I fl in a Romance of Mother-Love gj C Human Desire" " 3 ;j and MACK SENNETT COMEDY j J Evening, 7 and 9 p. m. Prices 25c and 1 0c fir 1 1 J $ 1 N i W0BLD.S MARKETS St TBADIN& fiCTiVE ON ' !i SRLT UKE EXGHUKE I- IJ Th9 trading lodny on the Salt Lake I S'ock & Mining Exchange continued I acMve with the more speculative i stocks leading the market, although 3 there were not any remarkable ad Vances in them thoy were a trifle : stronger New Qulncy was the heav ) ic-t trndor of the day, 28,000 shares chmping hands at 9 and 9 cents, j Sells was a little stronger, it selling : as high as 21 cents and closing s'rong r with 21l cents bid and 22 cents ask- I Scraps ol Paper I ! PS fj JW There arc men we know who VLfA l a t aft J"st "J dribbling their numcs Wjj $ li on the back of nn old letter YA i Si makc It worth more than the TA Cm I vJ beautifully embossed stock cer- yt t2 rtl tlf ic-ats of some corporatlone. It M; i it Wli isn't the pnper, but what is be- ils I 1 - M bind it that counts. G I (ft Before we recommend to a vf )i RW client the purchase of imy si - ; ffl ;Y curtly we have made sure that uS s5 4 IS what Is back of it is solid and r tS 'l M substantial. Since our facilities g (i K or mvestlRntlng every corpora- SI tSm .1 tU tlon in the country, through our R w V O extensive affiliations, are tho m M y moat reliable and complete it is W 4 0 logical that we can give very ' ff a S necessary and important advice f A M wne" vou arc Investing" money. Wl J j E Such ocrvlce is gladly per- Cj ! .jjj 1 E formed gratis. lO . 4 iJ Our 7 per cent and S per cent It; ' lH i Ij Securities are tho ideal invest- EKg ;1 fln ment we have them at various J J I K E"mS tK Liberty "BONtiS It. t vw i uv uon aoKot - Biff Yf. C fOM Ut l' TOU MUST 3SLI VX DT Jtu. to OJPwot 322 (M, 1 1 JfrHojle 6? Co I M ECCLESBLDGT 189 MAIN Si Pj j H OGDEN SALT LAKE 1 m ' ed. Alia Tunnel changed hands al 121,2 cents. Eureka Lily went H 27 cen's. N'aildriver sold off to SI cents and Eureka Bullion changed hands at 27l2 and 2S cents. Tintic Standard was a little weaker, it closing with onfy'$6.0 bid and $6,25 asked with no stock changing liands. (Quotations furnished over private vire J. A. Hogle & Company, Ecclcs Building.) Bid Ask Al'a Con I .12V6 .13 Albion .12i; 3 American Con J .0-HA .05 Alta Tunnel 12 .in Big Hill 13& .14 Big Cottonwood 00 & Bullion 0G .07 Bhiok Metals 13 .16 Columbus Rexall 59 .GO Crown Point 07 OS Colorado Con 0SV .10 Central Eureka 01 .02 Cardiff 155 -1.C0 Daly West 3.30 1.25 Eabt Crown Point 05 .05' Eas' Tin. Coal 07 .07i East Tin. Con 14 .15 Euroka Mines 12 .13'- Eureka Lily .. - 2C .27 Eureka Bullion ".27 .2S Emma Silver 11V .12 Empire Mines 09 Vf .10 Gold Chain OS Grand Central -II .19 Howell .. ...v;.... .06 .07 Iron Blossom "'.'.V... .40 ' '.41' Iron Ivfng''. " .V ' .41 Judge Mining 4. SO 5.15 Kennc-bec , .IS .25 Keystone .90 .92 Leonora ' .042 .051" Lbi Tintic . ' .231. .04 j May Day . ' 05 .06 MUIrr Hill .01 I Michigan-Utah 07 .07'. North Stan. .' '; ." .12 .12' New Quincy 09 .09 Opohongo 02 .02 Plulus 49JA .50 Prince Con. . ,. .81 .S3 Provo . .05 .06 '4 Palouia , 03 Rico Argentine 02 .02V Rico Wellington 09 .11 Sells 21 iA .22 . Sil. King Coal'n 2.20 2.27. Sil. King Con 1.95 Sioux Con 04Vj .05 South Hecla 1.20 1 25 South Standard 31 .35 Silver Shield 46 .48 Tar Baby 05 .05V Tintic Central 04 .05 Tintic Standard 6.10 6.25 Utah Cons .02V .02' Uncle Sam 02 .04 Wef t Toledo '.07 .0SJA Walker 4.05 4 30 Woodlawn .181; Yankee j .OS 10 Zuma I 43i .45 Beaver Copper -OIVI .02 Empire Copper ' .30 ' .40 I haberdashery . of smartness - good taste in haberdashery is a matter of selection. we're . ' . f ready to prove tliat good taste . . ! can be displayed at very moder- fl ,, I ate prices. you see the qual- . & fS . ' I ; ily idea in the coloi-s and in.tho y patterns as we'll as in the mer- 4 , '' y 1 chandise itself. '. " I I : """M.UTAH. 11' 1 Nalldriver I .77 .81 Union Chief .061 .0 OPENING SALES. Antelope Star 27,000(Slc. Alta Tunnel 50012Vc Eureka Lily 250027c. Columbus Rexall 700I?60c. Eureka Mines 50012c. Iron King lOOfJHOc. East Tintic Con. 50014 hzC. East Crown Point lOOOVic Howell 20007c. Iron Blossom 300tfx40c. Lehi Tintic 400034c: 350023c IJureka Bullion 150028c. Mav Dav 35050. Michigan-Utalh 10007c. Now Quincy. 27.000Zj)9c. North Standard 1000120. Opohongo 2000fr2Vc. Prince Con. 700g583c. bells 1000(?7i20c; 1000i20c Silver King Coal. 50S?2.25. South Hecla 100?1.20. Union Chief 10007c. CLOSING SALES. Albion 225l34;c. Alia Tunnel 1500(fP121;c. Beaver Copper lOOOflic. East Tintic t?oal. 10007Vic Eureka Mines 500120. Cottonwood King 5000c. Fast Tintic Con. 100O4?14 c. Kevstone 1390900; 5092c. Michigan-Utah 1000'5i7c; 500(57c. New Quincy 1000-?9VC. Emma Silver 1 0001 lc. Eureka Bullion 300'cT'27,4c. Naildriver 200S3c, 100S2c; 200 81e. Sells 62Ji)20c; 25003)21c. Sioux Mines 6005c. South Standard 150033c. Siher Shield 10047c. Utath Con. 1000(2 Mc. West Toledo 500tf7Sc. Woodlawn 100019c. INDUSTRIAL STOCKS. Bid 1 Ask Amal. Sugar If 5 16.00 Preferred 104.00 105.00 Con. Wagon 120.00 122.00 Utph-Idaho Sugar 9.50 9 75 Lion Coal 65.00 75.00 Lion Bonds 91 .00 Mutual Creamery . 11.00, Utan Construction '200.00 First Nat., Ogden 325.00 Ogden Pck. & Prov 70.00 Plus interost, CHICAGO QUOTATIONS. CHICAGO, Feb. 18. Open High Low Hose Corn Mav ?1.32Tfs 1.33V 1-32 1.32 July 1.29 1.30 VI 1.29 1.29R Sept. 1.27 1.27 1.26 ft L2G Oats May .S0V -S0 .79i2 .793 July .72 K .72 .71 72 Pork Mav 34.80 34.S0 " 34.75 34.75 July 34 75 Lard Mav 21.10 21.37 21.10 27.37 Ju'v 21.60 21.S2 21.60 21 82 Ribs Mav 18.40 18.50 1S.35 18.50 July 18.S5 19.00 1S.85 39.00 OGDEN LIVESTOCK MARKET". J Cattle Receipts 96; choice heavy steers SIOU .50; good steers $S10; fair steers ?6fi'S; choice feeder steers $tv;9; choice cows and heifers $8i?I9: fairlo good cows and heifers $7??8, cutters $56; canners $34; choice feeder cows $67: fat bulls ?57; brlogni. bulls MfS'o; veal calve3 $10 11. Hogs Hecuipls 634; choice fat hogs 175 to 250 lbs.. $1313.50. bulk of sales $1313. 25; 'feeders $1213 Sheep Receipts none; choice 'ainbt! $lit?15 Wetliers ?1011; fat ewes $7 fjS; feeder lambs ?12'?,15. Arrivals. 2d Todenhoft, Stapleton. Nebiaska. 1 car hogs; Whitlock & Poterson, Gothenburg. "Nebraska, 1 car hogd; G. O. Whitlock. Cozad. Nebraska, 1 car hogF; G. O. Whitlock, Darr. Nebraska. 1 car hogs; G. O. Whitlock, Leighton, Nebraska, 2 cars hogs; James Wilson, Rexburg, Idaho. 1 car cattle; G. G. Sweeten, Tremonton, Utah, 1 car hogs; G. G. Sweeten. Tremonton, Utah, 1 car cattle and hogs; R. W. Ililliard; Smithfield. Utah. 1 car cattle; Ira Griffin, Orel, Nebraska, 2 cars hoss. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Big Pine Mining company will be held at S o'clock p. m., Tuesday, March 2, 1920. at the company's office, 2449 Washington avenue, for the purpose of electing board of directors and the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. FRED J. VICKS, , ' Secretary. 2913 00 Blackheads, pimples Whew! isn't she a sight don't worry she is going to take Hollister's Kocky Mountain ITea then watch her. A. R. Mclntyre j Drug Co. Adv. j 00 Teachers Assiped By Sapt. Hopkins Miss Ethelyn Hall, who has formerly been an instructor at a Wyoming school, was assigned to tho third grade at the Pingree school yesterday by Superintendent Karl Hopkins. I In the county schools, Mrs. Florence 1 Ixjgan was assigned to the fifth and 1 sixth grades at Rlvordale, succeeding Mrs. Grace Barron, who resigned to California. 1 Liver and Bowels Eight Always Feel Fine There's oats right way to speedily tone i up the liver and keep I tho bowels regular. BB iZStin I CARTER'S fail. Million A IDiTTLE will testify & W I V E R that thereto M BOBS HI nothing eo "1U good for bll- Mml loudness, indigestion, headache or cal low, pimply akin. Purely vegetable. Saudi Pill Small Dose SaU Price J DEL CARTER'S IRON PILLS, Naturo'a I great nerve and blood tonic for I Anemia, RhcHtaatism, Nerronraefls, J Sleeplessaess and Female Weakness. j Closing WHITE SERGE ' j Skirts j Summer : ! Dresses : I at the j: I Unheard of ! Figure of ! j i i ; . J Such bargains never before of ; fercd at this price. Astound- j j I ing values in white serge coats, skirts and summer dresses. An I 1 j unprecedented chance to save J ' money. Buy now for spring j ind summer wear. ! National' ' Ij Ootfittiog j Company l' Harry Rcinshriber, Manager J 2345 Washineton Ave. S : 3 mm COMMITTEE IISPECTS PROPOSED UUUHG FIELD Members of the aviation committee of the Ogden Chamber of Commerce are today inspecting the proposed landing field at Washington Heights. John S. Lewis, chairman, stated that Mayor Frank Francis, members of the city and county commissions would in spect the field and give their versions on the possibilities of a landing field at that location. j j "Now that the war i j' is over 111 save j; time and money'7 j I We heard a woman say j J this reoeiilly and asked ( ! her what she meant. 1 ! "Why," she ru plied, " heard so much about the patriotic duty of a woman j to market personally and release delivery boys for tho Service, I used to walk ! clear to the nearest Cash-and-C'arry store. By the time 1 was waited on, and had my packages wrapped and lugged them home, I was a nervous wreck. T never got the kind of mer chandise I was accustomed to and lost money by gam bling on u n k n 0 w n brands." Even if you could save 5c a day that's 30c per week don't I von expend many times thnt amount In time and cnergy7 economy nhould be Judged by the ultimate savins'. ( We suvo your time, your en- ; erpy and your money, too, be- 1 cause you uvc always sure of pottlnfT tho purest and best pro- vlaloiiH, "Ve know the exact quality of the goods we vecom- I I mend, becauso we test them. . Take RYZON wc were amonp I the first to recognize that RY ZON' was a baking powder dif- I fercnt from anything we'd ever I I tried. The RYZON Baking Book lakes the "guess" out of baking. ' 100 tried recipes give you a menu variety unheard of in any Dthcr manual. Original price ivus $1.00; it now costs you nothing, I Deliveries leave the store r North 8 a. m., 4:30 p. m. South 9 a. m., 1 p. m. Hill 10-30 a. m., 3 p. m. Phones 412-413-136 Russell-James Co. SUTHOIITIES INBLEj! TO IDENTIFY DEAD I ROBBER I Officers of three counties havojbeen inable to identify the burglar who was cilled by deputies of the sheriff's of- Ice at Brigham City, early yesterday norning, when he attempted to escape 1 ifter being surprised at a cache of itolen goods. The opinion prevails 4ft vith Captain Riley Beckstead of Salt .akc. Captain Robert Burk of Ogden, V ind Deputy Sheriff Richard Wootton )f Weber county, that tho dead robber 1 s a professional and has operated in Dgden and Salt Lake. It was an-f& lounced that the dead man is nob L.aub, a paroled Utah convict. To Captain Beckstead and Deputy SVootton yesterday morning Sheriff rob Welling of Boxelder county, admit- j ;ed that he thought the dead robber tvas a local man and for that reason 3 lid not see fit to communicate with .he Ogden and Salt Lake officers until 4 several hours after the killing, 4$ Deputy Sheriff Dick Wootton so- :urcd fingerprints of the dead robber. rhese will be finished off and sent to Ihe bureau for identification at Leav- auworth. Pictures of the robber will 4 be sent to the police in seven cities 4 with a view of securing an Identifica- .j lion. All Fat People i Should Know This I 4? 0 . I The world owes a debt of gratitude) to tho author of the now famous Mar- f mola Prescription, and is still more : Indebted for the reduction of thi?' harniless, effective obesity remedj to l J tablet form. Marmola Prescription j Tablets can now be obtained at al) drug stores, or by writing direct to Marmola Co., 861 Woodward Ave., Du- 5 troit, Mich., and Iheir reasonable price J J ($1 for a large case) leaves no excuse J for dieting or violent exercise for the reduction of th overfat body to nor-j I mal proportions. Advertisement. 00 I ' DEE PRINTING, now located 2428 Hud. Ave. Phone 792-M. ' 2420 00 HOMESfflESS CAUSED OFIOyTS'eCOiTES-1: SIOH TO FORGEHV j: John Johnson, aged 26, of Clarmda, Iowr., afterrepeiving frec lodging at t he police station became homesick to day and confessed to having forged three checks totalling $411. . One of the checks was for $30,0 and borv the name of John K. Farmer of Barnsville, Minn., according to .John son. Another was for $70 and was drawn on the Lancaster Bank of Kansas Johnson said he entered the bank, tool; a blank check and wrote out a check. While he had no money in tho bank he said hp obtained tho money from the bank with ease. Tho third check was for $41 and bore the name of W. E. Cummings of j I Barnsville, Minn. 1 I Johnson said he was in the United , I Stales navy for three years and that ihe received a medical discharge from J the Brooklyn naval hospital last fall. I Johnson's father, George Henri i .Johnson, resides at Clarinda. iowa 'The youth wrote his father confessing j the crimes. He asked aid from his . father stating that ho wanted to pay , the money back to the rightful owners, j ! Thf police are investigating the case. i 00 Posioff ice to Undergo 1 Process of Cleaning;: I ' Because of the number of postuffic.e j employes who have been ill from j 'either influenza or bad colds, a thor-J lough house cleaning is being carried on it the postoffice. Assistant Post-) master Rufus A. Garner today staled , that the walls of the rooms in the ! I building will be thoroughly cleansed ! j during the next few days. Workmen! are cleaning the celling of the lobby. When You Get up "tired as a dog" and sleep is full of ugly dreams you need i Fatigue is the result of poisons produced j by exercise or failure to digest food proper ly, and eliminate it promptly with the aid of liver and kidneys. in the WBgWEPgP'JM 10c ; TODAY and TOORW DOORS OPEN AT 1:45 P.M. I H ADULTS 30c; STUDENTS 20c; CHILDREN 10c & H l MARH l ' "POLLYANNA" t ' I $ Marguerite Clark ..ry'S, f jl I FRI- and SAT. I l in her latest 'S- I "A GIRL NAMED WA J- W I mary" mmi I ALL SHOWS 4 jjfl t"lc and 2'c ,.3 p- f 1 1 li PHOTOGRAPH" . EXHIBIT By arrangement with the Photo graphers' Association of America, the Christy Studio has secured the prize winning picture of the Now York Salon for exhibition this week. These pictures are the work of America's foremost artists and repre sent the latest styles in artistic por trait photography. j The exhibition is held at the Christy Studio. 24 G9 Washington avenue, and! tho public is cordially invited to at tend. Advertisement. ou Dear Grace: I knew you did not , have a good time at the dance last evening. Just a hint Hollistcrs Rocky Mountain Tea is the best ever for bad breath, sallow color, no pep, pimply face, bad disposition. Joe. A. R. Mclntyre Drug Co. Adv. Buck Jones Promises Excitement for Fam Heralded as the new sensational or j the screen and a thriller of royalty and other international notables, Buck Jones and his daring honseback feats, promise to causo a riot of enthusiasm among motion picture Tans when he makes his debut as William Fox's new est cowboy-soldier star at the Utah theater, beginning Thursday in Har old Titus' thrilling tale of tho west, "The Last Straw." Once a cowboy on the Triangle Bar ranch in Montana. Buck Jones later J Joined the Sixth L. S. cavalry and helped to stamp out the Moro uprls- fl ng in the Philippines. Then he got U fl nto the world war by breaking horsed for the French government, later be- c coming attached " to the staff of a i French general. As a horseman Buck Jones is said to be a marvel. j The scenes of "The Last Straw" ar6 j laid in California, and in the hero role j! of Tom Beck, a cowpuncher, Joaes, ac- jy cording to report, fills the bill to per- ,! MM fection. jy The supporting cast contains the ft names of such favorites as Vivian Rich- Jane Tallcnt. Colin Kenny J H Charles LcMoyne. and Bob Chandler jji The scenario was made by Denlson, -j ij I sound niMin I to many thousands is practi- cally a matter of the right use t H of reliable means of main j H taining vitality. time-honored and reliable, f'i H combines palatability, inherent :H 'virtues and unrivaied efficacy. H At the first sign of weakness , H take Scott's Emulsion. 'A H It is known every- where by the "Mark of wjr Jj Efficacy" tho Fisherman A 1 g ScottSiBgwucBloomncW.NJ. 19-17 H We are closing out our complete stock of slightly used I tj I I sewing machines at a mere fraction of their value. We I j H 3 have 15 machines that will sell for from $5.00 up to I jt I J $20.00 each. . Only one machine to a customer and no J j I machines sold to dealers. Owing to the low price, these 1 I machines will be sold for cash only. Come early and have I r I your choice. Sale starts Thursday morning at 9 o'clock I g I and continues until all machines are sold. 1 H