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H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1920. 9 I
My, FOR SALE
H E. W. CANNADY
Krai Estate Insurance
A plndld value In a four room, mod-
rrn cottage, altuntcd In a nlcr location
M on dandy lot. 42x145 feet House In In
fxcollent condition and has cement base
moot and largo screened porch. Oaragi
and chicken run on premises. Price
l Practically new five room strict! mod-
ern bungalow, .situated on south front lot.
Hoc In. Has furnace heat, fireplace.
P hardwood floors and numerous built In
1 fraturen. A genuine bargain at $.1000.
I 'Would vou like to raise chicken?, and
perhaps keep a cow. and havo a garden
I and . fruit? If bo. look this over: Six
I room brick cottage, with full basement
I and combination garage, stable nrt
I chicken house: sluatcd on nearly half an
I acre of cholco land with perfect water,
I right. In Ideal location. This la a splon-
1 did property for J4800.
I E. W. CANNADY
I 2127 Hudson Avenue
I Alhambra Theater Is Next Door
I A-l 120 acre farm at Malad. Idaho, close
I to town, the very best of soli, water right,
f planted to grain and hay. part, good po.v
Wj ture, crops In excellent condition, horses.
mr .' ' harness, wagon, cows, good set or Impio
F " ments and machinery. House and other
I " Improvements. Prlco Including crops ir
taken at once, J15.230. Hurry If y" want
I this place. .
00 acres close lo Ogdcn: pnrt good mea-
I dow hay and good pasture: balance Plm
.ed to alfalfa and grain. At the price this
place Is, positively a good buy. $0500.
SMITH fc FLINDERS CO.
Ovor Commercial National Bank
FUOERER & FOWLES
Real Estate Investments. Loans and
Z09 Hudon Avenue
Would you like to own 2.6S acres or
choice garden and orchard land, located
- on Twelfth street above Washington avo-
i&fcHHJ nur.? This land lias about 300 hearing
'HHi lPlc and peach trocs- There will be
''-'JeHHjl 1500 bushels of apples this season. Price)
$2150 with $500 down and balance of 5- ,
jl$SilHHH PCStrict"yh'modorn C room brick bunga- '
SKKl low on bench. Homo Is new. has oak ,
9S5&HH floors, fireplace, shades, chandeliers. Hnoi-
gagggHHH cum and Is lbcatcd on lot 50x150 feet.
IjiH Price 5SO0O. I mm Mia to possession.
!9MHH froerer & f6wl.es
2ir"HHl . Rftl Estate Investments, Loans and
Bli TJ Insurance.
SfflKLJJ 2403 Hudson Avenue
jSrMKxVAH Phono . li 2o55
HHHHHH S300 WILL, buy a fine lot on Monroe near
HJHHJ Twenty ninth street, east from. Term.s.''
HHME. desired. Robert C. Nye. 602 Lcclcs Bids.
" ' SMALL, house on lot 137x120. lQUJj
SLTC room modern and furnished Poases-
Ml Si0n at nCC' 47S Twcnly 2559
tfjSB NEAT well built modern five room cot-
SffijWRlB logo, fully furnished; choicest residence
&Mm district, close in: garage: d Ull1'
mJifiUM on car line. Mr?. Kuhn. 2G6S Jefferson
qmM avenue. Phone 2022-M. z
Wi'dlfflM room house, closo In. terms MSijO
WflEM room house on ncnch WMO
room frame, modern, snup 5j0UU
,oom br,ck 10(1i'rn- snnp ?nrt
ysPraTHl 9 room framo, modem siioun
S4ffiH KELLY & HKUR1CK
iS'lilB FIVE room cottage. '0:cl20 reel lot. 51700.
ftMfcH MOO cash. $30 a mouth pay nun. r. If--
if'iflBi Weat Thirtieth. Phone 336S. 252
,MWm FIATS room modern brick bungalow, hard
Jmm wood floors, full basement, sleeping
y?$MM Porch, large lot, poultry houses. Price
rff HI $4500. $1250 down.
rJWJ BY OWNER Four room house, sleeping
sl9l Porch, barn, good outbuildings. I'o acres
Mj of a'&jfijj fru,t' 000 Llnco111 avcUVo7
&$?vMU 1 BY OWNER One-half acre and four
Vg'M&mt room house and garage. 218 West Soven-
g&gifl tcenth strcot.
tM$$Ni LARGE building lots, .new addition to
KtfHI Eighth street. Good soil, drainage and lo-
3uSWm i cation. 639 Seventh. Phond 213o-M.
JlwWfHj'-f-' - FIVE room modern frame house. 322
&fflaM - Thirty-third Htrect, Inquiro C2S9 Vash-
W-JHf 1 ington avenue.
WVe-m UY OWNER Five acres of land, fruit
f'TM trees, borrlc3 and beotsi modern cement
Iq.SH , block house: outbuilding, team and wok-
WH v ons. Call phone 1017-R. 2122
I FOUR room house, ono acre ground. Geo
S Stewart. Glenwood Acres. Phones, day,
pwjB 1612. night. 1773. zltl
I lilVH LOT on Thirty-first between IJncoln and
' iiftFH Wall avenue. Inquire C1CC Grant avenue
Lxt&iBf Real Estale" Insurance
Five acres fine land, seven room brick
rVrrB house, 55500; term.s.
IliH Twenty acres alfalfa. 3 miles from
, ,4H Ogden: two room house, barn, etc. 53650:
,jvB tCFour room frame, R. R. dLstrict. $1S00:
mm1- teFTvc room frame. R. R. district; 02000:
J-'mM1 teSix'room dwelling, good shape, large
:VH' poultn.- houses. 19 lots, horse, harnoss.
'WM etc. all for $4250. .. . , .
Vm-m If vou want to buy., sell or trade real
estate of any kind, 'es know.
.ftfMi.'. Phone 69 or 72. ' Basement Broom IIoH
mH MUST BE SOLD
h-Jm-WM Twenty acres of fruit and vegetab c
Iril&K farm one and a half miles from Metric
:S$llBPP' road Crop will pay for property rrice
'ZFWm ' J 36500. Call after 6 p. m.. 1114 Twcnty-
WM fourth street. ri2
ifl-fvB FIVE room modem frame cottage. Two
extra building lot. Excellent location.
Price $3650. Phone Owner. 2310- -
tM SEVEN room modern brick house, dou-
SHrfcW ble garage, paved street. Terms on part.
GspB S. W. Wherr-. 2609 Madison. . 2u4j
WHhI SEVEN room brick Have you somc-
W&M thing to trade. Small house (preferred.
'i&K We can be of mutual benefit by dcullng
direct. Also have Grand piano. 132o Twen-
ty-flfth street. Phone 1426-R. 230S
fflgM FROEREP. A: FOWLES
jSjjKjffl Real Estate .'.oanr. Insurance
st'l Owner of well cnUl.!lihed business, iov
A'l, slstlng chiefly of conlccilone-v unjl frjlt
m$M IrTa gimrrles denlrei to smI. Prlc.- In-
mm cimllng 52000 worth of fixtures Is SIM).
'TifSnlf Rcoi-onallc tormB,
tMSfJf FROEREP. .t I'OWUv?
Mim Real F.ttnte lans Insurance
jnifaf 409 Hudson Ave. Po ' '
rtKMp vjow VACANT .Seven room modern
Mfflu frame, five block.i south, all special taxes
ffifWt paid, first class repair, will make a de
sfrableonie. $3850, E. F. BraU. 41, Ec-
I BY OWNER Five-room modern brick
house. Call 20G3 Monroe Ave. 2H3
ONE three room framo house: terms $850.
1 One six room brick only $3500. Many
L-rn other good deals, oleo reasonable lots. In-
fci5 qulrc HTVan Braack. 302 Thlrty-fUth.
i J c, APARTMENT house close In an "Wash-
r ' Ington avenue: has nine two and three
room apartments. Furnished. Income
J225 a month. Price $11,500. Half cash.
I Might consider part exchange. Box 18.
1 .FINE building lot on Adams; 37 1-2 foot
I by 170 feet to alley; will sell this lot for
5390: cash or terms to suit. If Interested
I m h wood buy, call 3169-R. 3-18-tf
HiJ BURLEY IDAHO FARM LANDS
f WE havo a. largo list of Irrigated farms
1 for fal or trado. Write or see WONE3
i ORISWOLD INV. CO., Burlcy. Idaho
W.' L. PORTER. Real Estate and Ixans.
B 2376 Washington avenue. Phone 1S7.
sc-' BY OWNER Seven-room modorn brick;
Hf4 , fireplace, hot water heat, choice location.
Immediate possesion 827 Twenty-sixth St
K Bi OW:'ER Corner lot HCxl'S UZ
1 Tv cnty-sccond and Reeves avenue
li Phonr- 3076. 279
l1 FIVE room modern house and four young
Hl' tilffg. 3207 Plngrco avenue. 2541
Hjli SMITH-FLINDERS CO.
Hl Two 7-room frame houses, half block
from Wnchlnglon tuid Twonty-second;
21 53C00 takes them both: easy terms.
K ' q 5jr00li!.QQr,'in10' O0e m 00 Twcntyfirst.
n5rooni frame, close In. on Twenty-first,
510,00 DOWN and S3.00 a month will buy
! lot near Thirty-fifth street and Grant-ur-
H I ;nUf' jj r ,onc ocr1- C. Nyo, 602
I FOR SALE Real Estate
FOUR room modern new brick on bench.
$4250. $1000 down, balance $35 per month.
This Is a snap,
We have many other good bargains In
city homen. If you are figuring on buying-
a home, let us show you what we
J. F. WALKER LAND CO.
Phone S55 602 Eccles Bldjr.
SIX room house, barns, garden, coops,
largo lot, water right Inquire 956 Twenty-second
BY OWNER Five room houso on bench.
Cheap. Phone 2619 J. 257S
BY OWNER Most attractive six rooms
modern brick house on Twenty-fifth
street. Well built with full basement and
furnace, driveway and garage. A spln
dld investment. Phone 11SS. 2539
NORTHWEST corner Jackson and Twenty-sixth.
160x120. Will sell number feet
frontage desired. Paul L. Wright, car
W-. If. Wright & Sons. 2501
TWO five-room modern bungalows, also
a four room. Inquire 2201 Monroo. Phonft
i;r.1-J, 255 i
G. E. M REALTY
2375 Hudson Avenue
Four room, modern house, $2650: $500
cash, balance on easy terms.
Seven room modern house, $3200; $500
down end balance on easy terms.
Six room brick modern house, with lJ,i
acres of land; $6000. cash and terms.
T have many other beautiful homes for
sale at reasonable prices; also have eomij
very fine ranches here and In Idaho. Call
MRS, NETTIE ECCLES
G. E. M, REALTY
2375 Hudson Ave. Phone 1037
FOR sale or rent A 6-room furnished
house, 1122 Twenty-second street. See H.
E. Steele at 365 Twenty-fourth St. 2611
MODERN five room brick in bench; sleep
Ing porch, half basement, 54000. Terms,
half cash, balance $30 per month, 7 per
cent Interest O. A. Kennedy, basement
rtah National Building. Phono 913 or
i Furnished j
TWO housekeeping rooms. 2332 Jackson
Ave, Phoni- 31SS-W. 2624
3;ROOM partly furnished co.ttagc. Ogden
Canyon. Phone 1S97 J. 2621
TWO-ROOM apartments, bath, phone, and
use of kitchen; everything furnished:
maid service. Reasonable. Arlington
SLEEPING room with or without dinner
for gentleman; prlvalo garage. Phono
2SS1-W. 25S7 j
TWO light housekeeping rooms. 2526 :
(FOUR unfurnished rooms and bath: also
i bam. 174S M. N. 613 Twenty-eighth.
! NICE large modern rooms, breakfast if
'desired. Reference required. 2639 Jcffer
j c-on 2592
LARGE pleasant room on bench for sleep
ing or light housekeeping. 2272 Madison.
THREE rooms suitable for cooking; gen-1
tlcmofr preferred. 157 Twenty 3lxth. 2550
TO lease four room modern steam heat
cd apartment; no children. Phone 1921 -M.
j FUltVlSHED sleeping room and porch for
one or two: gentlemen preferred. Phone
i7S17. 574 Twentv-fouyth. 2519 ,
THREE room rurnished modorn house
with gas Phone 2769-J. 679 Twenty-sec-ond.
IIOLTSE in good location on nencn. Apply
811 Twenty-fifth. Tel. 1S90. 2493
FOUR room furnished apartment for two I
I months. P. O. Box 93S. 24S3
Completely furnished housekeeping
apartments. Elevator, phone, lights, gas.
Maid aoivlce if desired. 2466
TWO housekeeping rooms at 2116 Lln-
coln avenue. 520 for the two. 246S
HOUSEKEEPING apartments; reason
able rent. 22522 Washington 2460
SINGLE or double rooms for sleeping or '
housekeeping. 2468 Washington. 2125 j
SLEEPING room and housekeeping opart-
mint, bath. 2S22 Washington. 2424
THREE room apartment with bath. 460 1
Twentv-fourth between 9 and 12 a. m,
Phono 39-R-4. 2415 I
TWO or thrcy furnished rooms for house-
keeping. W. B. Wcdcll. 2468 Washing- j
ton avenue. 2152
TWO furnished rooms for rent. 2612 Mon-
roe. 2031 I
ROOMS for housekeeping. 127 Twenty
APARTMENT for rent. 2571 Lincoln.
Transient rooms with bath; weekly
rates. 2146 Grant avenue. Phono 3050.
MODERN furnished housekeeping rooms.
Lucerne Hotel Thone 301 1. 1037
NICE largo modern rooms, breakfast tf
desired. References required. 2639 Jef-
To Rent j
RENT or leaso five or six room modern
house, honfh preferred. Tel. 1535. 2503
FURNISHED apartment foT man and
wife. No children. Box 52, Standard.
UNFURNISHED rooming house on Twenty-fifth
street. Sullablo for working men's
rooms. E. W. Cannody. 2427 Hudson
LIGHT housekeeping rooms for rent.
348 Washington 24C4
THREE room house, pantry, clothes clos
et, summer kitchen 341 Eighteenth.
THREE rooms and bath, upstairs. Phono
THREE rooms and sleeping" porch. 644
Twenty-eighth street. 2292
4 ROOMS, modern housekeeping: close In.
Kelly & Hcrrlck. 1032
A -i-ROOM apartment. 614 Twenty-eighth
PLAIN sewing reasonably done. 2317 Jef
ACCORDEON plaiting dono; all lengths: ,
reasonable prices. Mrs. Mae Allen. 2245
CHILDREN'S sewing. Phono 3261-J. 2632
Hemstitching, plcot edge, buttons, pink
ing nnd pleating. Second floor W. H.
Wright & Sons, airs H. Layman. 1169
RELINING coats, cloakp, Jackets. 526 17. '
GARAGE. Phono 351-J. 2393
OHIO vacuum!, 51 day. Phone 3118.
GARAGE. 2631 Grant. 1839
GOOD pasture for horses, close to Ogdcn.
Smith & Flinders. Commercial National
bank building. Phone 1147 or 2S68-W evo
TELEPHONE 2582-J for vacuum cleaners.
$1 for 24 hours, Stcrilzcd dust bags. Dollv
er evenings. 1Q17
THR.EE Ohio vacuums In first class con
dition. $1 day. Call F Barlow. 23S4-J,
)H1Q vacuum. $1 dny. Phone 3148. 1222
STORAGE room ror rent. Call Asbesto
latr Products Co.. Phonu 1416-W. 367S
Australian aborigines tic the hands
of their dead so that tlioy may 'not
work their way out of the grave.
$75 GAR stove, used three weeks: mov
ing, best cash offer. 2746 Madison Ave
BROWN team, 7 years old. weight 2600.
Phone 3-W. North Ogden
MOTOR washer. Inlaid linoleum, child's
safety bed ,and other beds and mattress,
lawn mower. Iron wheelbarrow, coal oil
heater. Phone SS7-W, 2573
DAVENETT forsale. In good condition,
Call 3434 Washington. 2574
GOOD ivory wicker baby buggy, must be
sold before Wednesday. 2006 Liberty.
GIRLS' spring coats; ladle?' coat, size
38: also garago for rent. 462 Twenty sev
enth. ; 2593
21-i SHARES 'of Weber and Davis water
stock. Prlco $325 a ehaT.o Phone 926-W,
GARAGE. 173 Poplar avenue. 2553
lOOD piano In -first class condition. 567
Twenty-seventh street. 2552
FURNITURE. chickens and chicken
house, $750. Party buying can rent house,
flvo rooms, modern, close In. P. O. Box
LEAVING city, line piano cheap. $25
down, $10 month, mahogany parlor cabi
net, one-half price. Whlto sowing ma
chine. $10. 2240 Monroe. 2557
Regardless of condition, your heating
stove at the highest prices. Phono 2464
The Furniture Exchange. 253 Twcnty
flfth street. 2504
DAVENPORT In good condition. Call
1647 Washington avenue. 252S,
GOOD team geldings, weight 3300 pounds.
G. W. Seaman. Milton Utah. P. O. ad
rcss, Morgan. R. R. 1. 251 1
DETROIT Jewel gas range. 556 Twcn-ty-third
TAN colored window shades, scalloped
with silk fringe. A bargain. Tel. 3347-W.
MONARCH range at 2229 Lincoln; also
furnished room for rent. 2S50 Grant
SURRY, Call 2018 Madison avenue. Phone .
2697-M 250S j
TWO bicycles and collapsible baby bug- I
gy in A-l condition. 3341 Child?; avo-1
PIANO: must sell; leaving cltv. cheap
if taken at once. 1121 Twenty-fourth.
LTSED gas rango made by Buck Stove
and Rango company. St, Louis. A 14-Inch
Pennsylvania lawn mower. Phono 1913
or call 2546 Adams. 2453 1
YOUNG White Leghorn pullets. Phone
1351. Western Grain z Feed Co.. 2354
Washington avenue, i 2130
FURNITURE, dishes and fruit Jars. Mu3t
be sold this week. 654 Twenty-fourth.
SEWING machine; also truck bed for
Ford runabout. 2554 Brlnkor. Phone
2Q15-M. 2 IIS
FRESH milk cow. 2046 Liberty avenue.
NEWMAN'S pay the highest price for
second hand furniture. Phono 638. 234S .
Washington. 2202 (
JUST received fresh car of hard wall plas-
tor and car of lath. Ogden Plnstcr Sup- I
ply Co.. 163 West Thirtieth. Phone 336S. !
CHOICE aster plants, 25c dozen. L.
Faulkner. 960 Hudson.
THREE barber chairs and mirrors, cheap.
Box 28S. Logan. Utah.
ASTERS, petunias nopo. Chris Purdy's.
2X52 Pingreo Ave. Phono 2116-R.
FISH poles, 5c and up. 1640 Washington.
CALL S28 for kindling wood. 2218
BOHN-SIPHON refrigerator. White cn
ameled 7G pounds capacity. Cost $100.
Will sell for $50. Mr. Fowler. Wright 's
Basement. 2207 1
LOT 50x130 feet, containing cherry trees. 1
Inquire at 1S41 Hudson avenue. 21SS
HOUSEHOLD furniture, practically new,
for sale. 2429 Monroe. --215S
FURNITURE and stoves in good condl-
Hon. Phone 3373. 2160 !
PIGGY sows, llunsakcr Com. Co. Phone,
825. 2080 ,
("HOICP tomato olants. egg plants, pep
pers, cabbage ant. cauliflower. At L. P. I
Stone. 671 Twelfth street. 20S3 j
NAVY blue georgette blouse, slzo 36. rtcck. I
sleeves and peplan decorated hand painted ,
design, nover worn. $20 value $10. Phone
2723AI 1988 1
HORSES and niulea. 2763 Gibson avenuo. 1
West x Twenty-eighth street 1793
SECONDHAND goods bought and sold. T.
C. Ivcrson, 1C10 Washington, Phono 49.
GOOD set harness, automatic washer, mo
torcyclo. safe, hose. bike. Phono 333.
PIANOS and other musical instruments.
Terms without Interest. Pantone. 2874
UNCALLED ror suits, tailor made; big
reduction. Gordon'a. 211-25 Twenty-fifth
St. Phono 419. 21 57
PAINTS AND VARNISH i
Buy your paint at Stowe'o and savo
money 1800 Washington avenue. Phone
j MONEY TO LOAN j
TO salaried people without security, to t
others on pianos, furniture, bonds, etc. i
227 Hudson Bldg Phono 2S4. 249
MuNbi to loan on :mpiuvou -eal estate. ,
Ki'llv ti- Hcrrlck, 779
WE take your old ranso as first payment !
on any new range, or will buy your old
rango outright Home Furniture Co. 4673
DENVER property to trado for Ogden
property: ono six room modorn brick and
garage, all In good condition. W. F. Monk.
2630 Adams avenue. 2563
Poultry and Egrgg
HEAVY laying Whlto Leghorn yearling
hens, cheap. Phono 1217 evenings or
I Opportunities I
CAFE; long lease: low rent; must sell;
going away. 116 Twenty-fifth. 1671
WOULD you invest $1 a week for ten
weeks on a chance to make $1000 or
morc7 Particulars froo. No obligation.
Write J. A. Carlton. Box 676. Fort Worth.
Colors aro frequently artificially
produced In agate articles.
GENTLEMAN with references deslren
board and room In private family. Phono
FURNITURE and leaso of 25 room apart
ment house In good location. Cheap rent
Pays nice returns on Investment E. W.
Cannady. 2427 Hudson avenuo. 2599
To Buy t
TWIN baby buggy or sulky. Call 650
Twonty-olghth street. 2597
WILL buy good second hand cash regls
tor. Phono 670. 1:452
WANTED Used violin; must be bargain.
Phono 3351-W. 2460
NEWMAN pays more for all kinds of
household furniture. Phone 638. 1953
HIGHEST prices' paid for old clothes. 259
Two.uy-fifth Ft. Phono 3336. 1915
WE havo cash customers tor deslrablo
city and farm lands. List your property
vith reliable people. Kellcy & Hcrrlck.
wi'J UOY all cam. regardloss of condi
tion. Auto Salvage -u.. 234S Grant Ave.
TORSALE Autos !
SEVEN piissrngor IS model .Studcbaksr. t
Call evenings. 239 Twenty-fifth. 2568
LIGHT nix cylinder rhummy roadster,
new cord tires, $650. Address B-lS. Stand
FORD delivery truck with top. 191S modal,
In good condition. 2749 Grant. 2494
FORD touring cur In first class shape,
for salo at W. H Wright & Sons garago,
rear of 5.11 Twenty-fourth. 2161
1917 MODEL Indiana l',A ton truck, in
first class running order. A bargain.
Phono 176 or 1349. 2441
FORD ono ton truck, inclosed cab. Just
overhauled, a bargain. Wllfong-Glas-mann
Co.. 2251 Washington. Phone 776.
BARGAIN In a 1917 Hoick roadster. Good
tlrcn and good condition throughout and
a fino looking car $650. Inquire 319
Twenty-fourth street Just the car for
fishing trips. 2455
BARGAIN Flvo passenger Ford, first
class condition. Inquire 2229 Lincoln.
FOUR passengor six cylinder Ulgln. 191S
model. New cord tlrca. $650. Address 1
Box B 15. Standard-Examiner- 2432
FOR SALE By owner, good family auto
cheap. Phone 1427. 2378
1917 IlAyncs six. five passenger.
1016 Ovorland touring.
1918 Overland Country cUib.
1919 Chevrolet coupo, new. bargain.
5917 Saxon roadster, cheap.
1918 Overland express delivery.
1918 Bulck six touring.
The above cars .tre overhauled, repaint
ed and everything dono to mako them In
perfect running condition. Terms will be
irivtn to responsible pni ties. Lot us dem
FROWNING AUTOAIOBILE CO.
C. E. YORGASON used car dealer. Let mo
sell your car. Fords wanted. Phono 1651-W
OILY spark plugs and diluted oil in crank
caso remedied In most cars without rebor
Ing. The Franklin Agenc?. 2466 Grant
CHEVROLET 4-90 modei: almost new.
Read Auto Top Co. 6J8
LOST A purse between Colttcndcn house
and Twenty fourth strcot and Madison
avenue through the park, containing 510
in currency and change. Call E. B. Chan
dlcr at Colttcndon and got reward. 2626
D A R. PIN. name "Clara Merrlman
Bell No. 3578." Reward. Return to Stand
PAIR of gold rimmed glasses near Twenty-sixth
street oil station. 1223 Twenty
3lxth, Phono 1I8S-W Reward. 2596
ONE brown goat with three small whlto
ones. Finder sec Joe Solfcrlno. Spencer
avenue, and get reward. 2567
LADY'S whlto chiffon hat between Twenty-fifth
and Thirtieth on Lincoln. Call
BLACK bald faced marc, weight about 900
pounds, white hind feet. Return lo 2787
Pacific avenue, 2530
PARTY finding rug on North Washington
Wednesday evening pleaso call 1635. Re
METROPOLITAN Life Insurance collec-
tlon hook. Notify 124-W. 21S7
JUNE 9, 9:46. Twenty-first 3trcot car, sil
ver beetle brooch, blue setting, red eyes.
Phono 3197. Reva rd.
YOUNG black mare with broken bailor,
wire cut on hind leg above knee Joint No
tify John Borgcr, 119 Canyon road. Phono
BLACK and white sheep dog; gone since
Sundav morning; name Sport. Phone 27S9
W. 827 Twenty-Blxth. 2403
21 JEWEL Waltham watch. 10 bIzo. Re
ward Return to Utah Plumbing1 Sz Heat-
Ing Co. 2409
MARE and white horse. Poetma. Phone
51-J-3 Box 239. AVilson. Utah. 2426
. WANTED "
;j Situations i
WILL give good home to two children
under two years old or -will care for them
by the day. Rear S24 Twenty-second St.
I waKted 1
Male Help J
WANTED Young man for office. Must
be able to use typewriter: to go to Supe
rior. Wyo. Apply Room 52S Eccles Bldg.
FIVE neat appearing young men to do
advertising work. Call room 310, Marlon
Hotel, between 5 and S p. m. 2612
SALESMAN for ladles' and men's shoes;
permanent; good wasca. Box 40, Stand
RAILWAY mall clerks wanted. Ogden ex
aminations July 14; $150 month: list posi
tions freo. Franklin Institute. Dept. 493F,
Rochester. N. Y. 23S0
PACKER with grocery experience. Gunn
Supply Co.. 2345 Wall avenue. 2556
BOY over 16 for usher. Utah Theater.
MINERS and loaders wanted by the Un
ion Pacific Coal company at Rock
Springs Wyp, Stoady work. Living con
ditions good. Mines free from gas and
water. Write E. S. Brooks, general man
ager. Union Pacific Coal company Rock
Springs, Wyoming, for further particulars
regarding camps. You can- also commu
nlcato with the local president of tho
U. M. W. of A.. Rock Springs. Wyoming.
In regard to conditions at our mines.
EXPERIENCED Janitor. Apply at once.
Washington Market. 2419
FLYING In eight weeks. Y. M. C. A.
Auto Schools. Los Angeles. 2352
BOYS wanted to sell Standard-Examiner
on Sunday mornings. Good money for
hustlers. Sco circulation manager, Stand-ard-Examlner.
Female Help j
GIRL wanted at Grccnwoll's Confection
WAITRESS, experienced. National Coffee
House. 157 Twenty-fifth St. 2617
EXPERIENCED saleslady in cloak and
suit department, permanent position. Na
tlonal. 2345 Washington. 254-1
SALESLADY" for ciouk nnd suit depart
ment; experienced; oteady Job; referenro.
Box 10, care Standard. 2515
GIRL to assist with light housework and
help take care one year old baby. Apply
at once at 165 Twenty-second street.
Y'OUNG girl to assist with housework. No
washing. Phono 3109. 2510
CHAMBERMAID at Reed Hotel. 2212
NOTICE OF SALE OF ESTRAYS.
State of Utah. County of Weber, In tho
Plain City Precinct of Said County.
I havo in my possession tho following
described astray animals which If not
claimed and taken away, will be sold to
tho highest cash bidder at H. P. Poulson's
in Rlaln City Precinct on Monday, the
21st day of June, 1920, at tho hour of 1
Ono bay maro, white stripe in forehead,
Jront feet whlto, no brand, weight about
Said cstray was taken up by K. IIIpwcll
on the 5th day of June. 1920,
H. P. POULSEN.
Foundkccper for Plain City Precinct!
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice Is hereby given that Ogden City
proposes to make tho following public Im
provement, to-wlt: Construct main out
fall aowor In Sowor District No. T34. to
gether with work Incidental thereto, ac
cording to plans, specifications and pro
files on flic In tho office of the city en
gineer. And sealed bids are Invited for
cald work and will bo received at the
office of tho city recorder in tho City hall
at Ogden. Utah, until ten o'clock a, m,
on tho 23rd day of June, 1920. Instruc
tions to bidders, plans and specifications
for said improvement can bo sucn and
examined at the office of tho city engi
neer in the City hall of cald city,
Tho right Is reserved to reject any
and all bids and to waivo any defects.
By order of the Board of Commlsalon-
$2.00 PER LINE PER MONTH
ANYTHING New or Ola
ANYTHING A to Z now or old
bought, sold or traded. Phori6 333.
CrOKS AND STATIONERY
Branmoll Book and Stationery. 23C2
Washington Ave. Phono 360. 205S
Utah Natitonal Bank, southeast corner
Twcnty-Iourlh and Washington. Phono CI.
For cement blocks or general cement
work and house remodeling, phono "2257-J.
CARPENTER AND JOBBER
F. Struppick, carpenter and Jobber. 158
Twenty-third. Phone 101S. " 2519
K. Van Kampon for upholstering, car
pets cleaned, altered and laid. Remaking
of mattresses. Phono 2752-J.
Expert carpet cleaning, mattrosa rcno
A'atlnp. upholstering, and sprlnga ro
stretchrd. Call E. J. Hampton Co.,
Feather renovating Phono 25SC-W.
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phone 133. 2258-60 Washington Avo.
CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES
Matsuba & Co., leading .Tapaneso res
taurant In Ogden. 273 24th St.
Tho New Method Dentists aro special
ists In all branches of Dentistry. 246J
Washington AvOj. 2203
Ogden Engraving Service Co . makers '.
of flno cuts In one or moro colors. 41C
Twenty-fourth street. Phono 463.
Geo. D. Bennett corporation and group
Insurance a Bpoclalty. Phono 121-W. 1514
Expert furniture packing, repairing, rc
flnishlne, 3115-NR. 1630
JUNK AND HIDES
Western Hide & Junk Co.. 2323 Wash
ington Avi. Phono 861.
Ogden f ank House, 2059 Washington
Ave. Phone 210
Ogdcn Fixture and Mill Co. Screens,
doors, windows, sash, kitchen cabinet
store and offlco fixtures. Rear 145 Twenty-fourth
street Phone 919-W. 2095
Willard Kay, real eslwto and loans
2471 Washington Ave. Phone 409. 1S74
Garbage and rubbldh hauled, cesspools
land toilets cleaned. John Chlpp & Co.
Phono S28, 234S Hudson Avenue. 9732
If moving to tho canyon call S. M
Moore Transfer Phono 999-J or 2373-W.
TRUNKS AND BAGS
Trunk and bap repairing, round cor.
ner from Standard. Gallucher'fl. T373 Hud
WALL PAPER CLEANING
KALSOMINING and paper cleaning. Tel.
29-R-ll. W. Alvord. 3861 Adams, 2421
Lowe & Grecnwcll. Phono 2724-R. 1840
EXPERT window and wall paoer clean
Ing. American Window Cleaning. Ph E32
j CARPETS and rugs washed and dried on
ivour floors Satisfaction guaranteed.
I Hamilton Beach Washer Co.. 3205 Wash
'' Ington. Phone 2435 and 2030-W, 2196
era of Ogdon City. Utah, this, tho 1st
day of June. 1920.
C. T. MO YES.
! First publication June 2. 1920.
L&3t publication Juno 21, 1920.
Published In Ogdcn Standard-Examiner
Sewer District No. 134
WATER SYSTEM AT SODA SPRINGS,
Notice to Contractors:
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Trustees of the village of Soda
.Springs. Idaho, up to S o'clock p. in.. Juno
; 26. 1920. and then opened, for furnishing
material and labor for tho constructing
of approximately one and one-half miles of
eighteen Inch wood pipe. Including Ven
ture motor, valves and fittings, together
with concrete catchment basins, founda
Plans and specifications may bo seen
at tho offlco of the clerk. List of mate
rial furnished on application to the engi
neer. Tho board reserves tho right to award
separate contracts for labor and for ma
terial or for any part thereof. It also
refcvvcs tho right lo reject any and all
bids, and to walvo any Informnltles.
By order of tho Board of Trustees
Incd Norstrom. Clerk.
Dated at Soda Springs. Idaho. June 7,
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
State Engineer's Otfice.
Salt Lake City. Utah. June 2, 1920.
Notice Is hereby given that D. D. Mc
Kay, of Ogden. Utah, has made applica
tion In accordanco with 4the requirements
of tho Compiled Laws of Utah. 1917. as
amended by the Sosslon Laws of Utah.
1919. to appropriate twenty-five thousand
(25.000) acre-feet of water from Ogden
River. Bear River. Box Elder Creek, and
Willard Creek. In Box Elder County. From
Ogden River the water will bo diverted ut
a point which lies 1500 feet north nnd
1000 feet east from tho southwest corner
of Sec. 23, T. 6 N.. R. 1 W.; from Bear
River. 640 feet south from tho Nfi corner
of Sec. IS; from Box Elder Creek. S00 feet
south and 200 feet west from the north
west corner "of Sec. 1 1, both In Township
9 North. Range 2 West; from Willard
Creek at a point 4620 feet west and 1320
feet south from the northeast corner of
Section 22. Township S North. Range 2
West. Said water Is to bo stored from
January 1 to December 31, Inclusive, of
each year in a reservoir which will Inun
date parts of Sections 26. 27. 28, 31 and
35, T. S N.. R. 2 W., and Sections 2. 3
and 4. T. 7 N,. R. 2 W. The center of tho
Impounding dam will be located at a point
1435 feet north and 660 feet west from tho
southwest comer of said Section 31. Tho
water will bo released and convoyed by
means of canals aggregating 150.000 feet
In length and used from April 15 lo Octo
ber 15 of each year as a supplementary
supply to Irrigate 78.0S0 acres of land em
braced In the following sections: 3, 4, 9.
10, 15. 16. 21. 22, 26. 27. 34 and 35. T. 8 N..
R. 2 W.. 2, 3, S. 9 to 11, 14 to 17. 20 to 23.
25 to 36, Inclusive, T. 7 N., R. 2 W.; 29 to
33, Incluslvo. T. 7 N.. R. 1 W.; 4 to 8.
17 to 22. Inclusive. T. 6 N.. R. 1 W.; 1 to
36, Inclusive, T. 6 N R. 2 W.: 1 to 36.
inclusive, T, 6 N.. R. 3 W,; 3 to 9. 16 to 21,
29 to 31, Incluslvo, T. 6 N.. R. 2 W.; 1 to
3. 10 to 15. 22 to 27. Inclusive, and 36.
T. 5 N.. R. 3 W.. all Salt Lake Base and
Meridian. This application Is designated
In tho Stato Engineer's offlco as No. S151.
All protests against the granting of said
application, stating the reasons therefor,
must bp mado by affidavit In duplicate,
accompanied with a fee of $2.50, and filed
In this offlco within thirty (30) days after
the completion of tho publication of this
G. F. McGONAGLE,
Date of first publication Juno 7, 1920.
Date of complotlon of publication July
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
State Engineer's Office.
Salt Lake City. Utah, Juno 2. 1920
Notice Is hereby given that D. D. Mc
Kay, of Ogden, Utah, has mado applica
tion In accordance with tho requirements
of the . Compiled Laws of Utah. 1917. as
amended by the Sosslon Laws of Utah.
1919, to appropriate two hundred (200)
sccond-feot of wator from the South Fork
of Ogden Rlvor. In Weber County. Said
wator is to be diverted by mcana of a con
crolo dam at a point which lies 2340 feet
south and 400 feet west from tho north
cast corner of Section 12. Township 6
North. Range 2 East. Salt Lake Base and
Meridian, and convoyed therefrom In a
pipe lino for a distance of 44.000 foot and
there used from January 1 to December
31. inclusive, of each year for generating
power to bo used for electric lighting,
pumping irrigation wator. and propelling
machinery at sundry places in Wcbor. Box
Elder and Dnvls Counties, Utah, After
being so used the water Is to bo returned
at a point 1320 foot east and S60 feet
south from the northwest corner of Sec
tion 14. Township 6 North. Range 1 East.
Tho nppllcant Intends to develop as much
power all through tho year by means of
this application aa the water flowing1 In
said river will allow without Interfering
with existing rights. This application Is
designated in the State Engineer's office
as No. 8510.
All protests agalnsl the granting of said
American Operators Awake to
Possibilities Also Hold
NEW YORK. Juno 1-i. Claims of
London financiers that British Inter
ests control 99 per cent of tho world's
potential oil territory outsldo the Unit
ed Stales woro denied in a statement
Issued here by Thomas A. O'Donnell,
president of tho Atnorlcnn Petroleum
institute, who hu3 Just sailed for Eu
rope to attend tho lnlerntitlonal trade
"The American oil industry." hci
said, "has obtained many important
holdings and concessions In Mexico, In
South America and in Rumania upon
tho future of which largo Investments
of American capital arc staked."
While admitting that Great BriUiln
has been alert to ussurc tho futuro
of her petroleum supply, Mr. O'Don
noll Bald, "It would bo ft gravo misap
prehension to assort that tho oil in
dustry of the United States has been
wnntlnc in either vision or action."
Tho British oil interests, he 'declar
ed, havo had ovcry assistance that
tholr government could render, "not
only through political and diplomatic
channels, but by financial backing."
"That Americans have not been per
mitted to crjlarge their program and
ensure the security of American pe
troleum requirements," he explained,
"Is due largely to the attitude of the
American government In not adopting
a progressive and far-alghted policy
with regard to the legitimate and
fruitful operations of its nationals un
der foreign flatjs."
"Co-operation and 'constructive ac
tion between the government and tho
industry," he said, "will satisfactorily
solve tho problem and In doing- this we
shall but put ourselves upon an equal
ity with British oil companies In their
relation to their government."
FIELD MICE KILL APPLE
ORCHARD BY GIRDLING
WATERFORD, Conn. Connecticut
orchard men aro now struggling to
avert disaster threatened by field mice'
which aro girdling tho trees. Farm
bureau agents tell them their trees
can be saved by bridge-grafting and
this is being tried. It consists in
bridging ovor tho area gnawed by tak
ing shoots from tho tops of tho trees,
Inserting them in the bark above and
below the wound and at intervals
about the trunk. "When the shoot,
which has been cut with a long slant
on the insldo and a 3hort ono outside,
Is sprung into place 1t Is covered with
melted grafting wax, rich earth is
banked about tho tree and it is left
Following the big storm early In
February the snow and ice prevented
tho mlco from finding the usual dried
berries, apple soeds. tender twigs and
tho like, and they began lo gnaw tho
trees apple trees by preference, but,
lulling these, they take wild cherry
trees, then peaches, rock maples, pop
lars, chestnuts and 3hade trees in the
The mice have been moro numerous
than usual of late years, duo to the
fact, that the number of owls and
hawks has beconio greatly reduced.
Owls In particular relentlessly destroy
Last fall it was next to impossible
to get help to do tho usual cleaning
up and brush cutting and cultivating
which vory orchard demands. So
most of tho farmers allowed their or
chards to take caro of themselves.
MAN SETS GAS WELL
ON FIRE; MANY BURNED
LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. June 14.
When a man In a crowd of persons
viewing a small gas well hero attempt
ed to light a cigar, tho match flamo
set tho well afire and causod the In
Jury of eight persons, several of whom
aro reported in critical condition. Tho
gas ignited with a roar and the flames
shot out over tho crowd. Six of the in
jured are women, whose clothing took
fire from the flaming gas.
application, slating the reasons therefor.
must be made by affidavit In duplicate,
accompanied with a free of $2.60, and filed
in this offlco within thirty (30) days after
tho completion of tho publication of this
G. F. McGONAGLE.
Dato of first publication, Juno 7, 1920.
Date of completion of publication, July
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
Ogdcn Pctroloum Co.. principal place of
business 360 Twenty-fourth street Ocdcn,
Notice Is hereby given that at a moot
ing of tho directors held on the 22nd day
of May. 1920. an assessment of flvo mills
per share was levied on the capital stock
of tho corporation, payable to Assistant
Secretary-Treasurer J. R. Hlnchcllff on or
before tho 22nd dny of Juno, 1920. at the
offlco of tho assistant secretary-treasurer
at tho Pingreo National Bank. Ogden,
Any stock on which tho assessment may
remain unpaid on the 7th day of July,
1920, will bo delinquent and advertised for
salo at public auction and unles3 payment
Is made before will be sold at 2 o'clock
p. m. on the 10th day of July. 1920, at the
offlco of the secretary-treasurer, 360
Twenty-fourth street, to pay tho delin
quent assessment, togother with tho cost
of advertising and exponso of sale,
J. R, HINCHCLIFF,
Pingreo National Bank. Ogdon, Utah.
United States Land Office. Salt Lake
City, Utah, May IS, 1920. To Whom It
May Concern: Notice Is hereby given that
tho State of Utah has filed In this office
lists of land, selected by tho said State
under section 6 of tho Act of Congress,
.apuroved July 16. JS9I. as Indemnity
School lands, viz: Serial No. 0260 IG. SWU
NEU. SWtf NW,1. SWU SW. Sec. 4.
Township 7 North, Rango 2 East, Salt
Lako Meridian. Copies of said lists so far
as thoy rolato to said tracts by descriptive
subdivisions have been conspicuously post
ed In this office for inspection by any per
son Interested nnd by tho public general
ly. During the period of publication of this
notlco, or any tlmo thereafter, and before
final approval and certification, under de
partmental regulations of April 25. 1907,
protests or contests against tho claim of
tho Stato to any of tho tracts or sub
divisions' hereinbefore, described on tho
ground that tho same Is moro valuable
for mineral than for agricultural purposes,
will be received and noted for report to
tho General Land Office at Washington,
D. C. Failure so to protest or contost,
within the tlmo specified, will bo consid
ered sufflciont evidence of non-mineral
character of tho tracts and tho selections
tnoreof. being otherwise freo from objec
tion, will bo approved to the Stato.
GOULD B. BLAKELY, Rcglstor.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In tho District Court of the Second Judi
cial District Stato of Utah, Within and
for Webor County.
In the Matter of the Eatato of James T.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers attached to the undersigned ad
ministratrix at tho office of DoVino. Stlne
& Gwilllam, No. 625 David Ecclcs Build
ing, Ogdon. Utah, on or before the 20th
day of July, 1920.
Administratrix of tho estate of James
T. Coleman, deceased.
Dc-VINE, STINE & GWILLIAM.
Attorneys for Administratrix.
The Ogdon Britannic association of ,
Ogdcn will hold tholr regular meeting , , U
this evening in tho Eagles' hall at 8 H
o'clock. All members are invited to ' H
bo present. IH
3LY1J.TIIA SOCIETY i II
Mrs. R. B. Porter Is entertaining ' H
tho members of the Martha society IH
this afternoon at her home on "Wash- H
ington avenuo. ; JH
L. A. TO THE R. M. A. ' H
Tho Ladies' Auxiliary to tho R. M. HJ
A. will entertain this ovcnlng at a IH
party at tho home of Mrs. "W. J. Man- 1 B
ning. C06 Sovonth street. Members of HJ
the- organization and their husbands ' HJ
have been Invited. HJ
XiAVTS SOOTAry. ' H
A lawn social will be given by the 1 H
mombcrs of the Second Ward, Tuns- , HJ
day ovenlng at 2730 Washington ave- j HJ
nue. Dancing will be enjoyed through- HJ
out the cneving with the best of music HJ
furnished by a good orchestra. Ice 1 HJ
cream and cake will bo served to all a HJ
who join the members of tho Second a IHJ
Ward for a pleasant evening of onter- 1 HJ
tainment. j HJ
OGDEN GUESTS. H
Mrs. Margaret Murphy, of New HH
York, Is visiting with her niece, Mf3. HJ
P. Li. McCormlck. Before returning to HJ
her home, she expects to mako an ex- HH
tensive tour of the wcat. HH
LAIR COS CLUB. I HwJ
Mrs. F. R. Gebhart will he hos:es3 HH
to the members of the Lai Cos cluo HH
Wednesday aftornon at her home. 3531 HH
Ogden avenue. HJ
. GIVES S1IOWEU.
Mrs. Alexander Xoldcwj'n was hos- HJ
tcss at a shower for her niece, Miss HJ
Malan, last Wednesday. Refreshments HH
wore sorved. Miss Malan will be uu HJ
early' bride. HJ
PAST NOBLE GRAND CLUB.
Members of the Past Noble Grarid HH
club will meet at tho home of Mrs. HH
H. P. Peterson, 3129 Porter avounc, HH
Wednesday aftornoon. All members HH
are asked to be present HH
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Vlcks onier- HH
tamed a few of their friends at their HH
cottage In Ogdcn canyon at a week-end HH
party. The guests motored to the; HH
canyon, Saturday evening, returning HJ
Sunday ovenlng. Wild flowers, rustic HH
effects and Japanese Iantcrn3 were HH
used for the decorations. Those vno HJ
enjoyed the hospitality of. Mr. and HH
Mrs. Vlcks" were Mr. and Mrs, Harry HJ
Hclner and Mr. and Mrs. Norman IHH
LIVE OAK SEWING CIRCLE. -Members
of the Live Oak Sewing , IHH
Circle were entertained at the homo HJ
of Mrs. Nellie Dannlal, 767 Twenty- IHH
seventh street, last Tuesday afternoon HJ
Tho time was spent in quilting. At the HH
I close of the business session, tempt.- IHJ
ing refreshments were orved by ne HH
host, who was assisted by her daughter, HHJ
Virginia. The next meeting will be HHJ
held Wednesday, June 1G at the home HHJ
of Mra. Daisy Cachmorc, 4-15 Canyon HHJ
RETURNS FROM COLlLEGE,
Sidney G. Winter has returned from HHJ
tho Colorado Springs college, where he IHJ
has been spending the last few months, HJ
and has been homo with his inotner. HH
Mrs. S. II. Winter, for the past two j HH
weeks, I HJ
i SURPRISE PARTY.
A number of friends gave a surprise HJ
j party in compliment to Pauline Rccs. HJ
last 'Wednesday cvonlng, and many HJ
friends gathered at the Rees home. HJ
The evening was spent in games and ' HH
dancing. Pauline Rees is to leave in HH
tho near future for his father's farm 1 HJ
at Malad, Idaho. At the close of tho ' HJ
evening's entertainment, a danty HJ
luncheon was served to the following, HJ
Wanda Cottle, Glyds Mumford, Blaino HJ
Dinsdale, Claire Forbes, Leland Flor- HJ
once, Joyco Reoder, Leah Dahle, My- , HJ
ron Lowonstein, Leda Wilson, Myrtlo , HJ
Llnd, Kay Edson, Theo. Reese, Edward HJ
Colt, Evelyn Jensen, Leanorc Toller, HH
Beatrice Ilenogar and Fern Luna. HJ
S ELG RATH-WI S HART "WEDDING.
Ono of the quiet and impressive 1 HH
weddings of the past week was that of HH
last Wednesday when Miss Margaret ' HH
M. Selgrath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1 HH
Charles Selgrath, become the bride of" ! HH
George A. Wishart, a prominent ousi- 1 HJ
ncsa man of Ogden. The marriage HH
ceremony was performed by Monsig- HJ
nor P. M. Cuchnahan, and only tho HH
members of the immediate family HJ
were present. Tho bride was attended HH
by Miss Anna Conroy, whilo John E. j HH
Conroy acted as best man. The, happy . HJ
couplo left immediately on their hopey- ' HH
moon and on their return will make HJ
their home in Ogden. HH
ACACIA CLUB. JJ
Mrs. J. W. Uro was hostess to tho HH
members of the Acacia club last Thurs- HJ
day afternoon at her home, C60 Twon- HJ
ty-slxth street. This was tho last meet- HJ
Ing of tho season prior to the adjourn- HJ
ment for the summer months. Tho , HJ
program was arranged and officers HJ
chosen for the coming year, were aa , HJ
follows: Mrs. Fred G. Taylor was elect- HJ
cd president: Mrs. R. B. Porter, vice- H
president; Mrs. Douglas Watson, sec- HJ
rotary; Mrs. Warren L. Wattls, treas- ' H
Mrs. Fred G. Taylor gave a very j HJ
interesting account of her recent visit , HJ
to Cuba. ! H
ROME. June 14. Tho situation in j
Albania is considered most grave. "The J HJ
Albanian Insurgents have boon ' H
strengthened by American equipped HJ
Serbians wearing American uni- IHH
forms," says the Idea Nazlonale, add- , HJ
ing 'it Is truo the offensive by Serbian MHH
and Jugo-Slav troops alms to chaso , HH
Italy from the Balkans," IH
It is expected tho Italians will bo IHJ
obliged to evacuate Antivaii as the HH
Serbians have occupied tho railway HH
Tho Serbians are also threatening tho ! 1 IHHH
garrison of Scutari. HH
Avlona was attacked nftor tho de- HJ
livery of an ultimatum demanding
evacuation by tho Italans 11 twenty- HH
four hours, but tho Insurgents wcr HH
repulsed at the pont of the baynct, H
losing 200 killed and 1,000 taken mis- HJ
oners. Tho Italian casualties were H
small. The Italian general Cavalio was H
captured in bitter fighting which oc- H
curred in tho outskirts of tho city. Ital- IHH
Ian warships bombarded tho lnsur-
gouts and razod the villages of Duka- 1
ti, Trias, Radtna and Kanina. HH
COTTON CONSUMPTION IN
MAY SHOWS INCREASE
WASHINGTON, June 14. Cotton
consumed during May amounted to H
541,080 bales of lint and 31.032 of lln- H
tors, the census bureau announced to- H
During May last year 487,034 bales HJ
of lint and 13,715 of linlors were con-
Cotton on hand May 31 In consum- HH
Ing establishments was 1,605,901 bales IH
of lint and 2S2.1S7 of lintors on hand
in public storage and at Compresses. HJ
2.-I5S.7S4 bales of lint and 392, 5CS of