HH THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, 'JUNE 29, 1 920. fl
BH "' FOR SALE
K I ) Real jffite .- J
H THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO.
H 41C Twenty-fourth St. Phone SSO-'-'Sl
H $3150 Xcw five room modem bun pa low.
H Cement basement, Beit of bath fix-
9 tures. To b? finished in two weeks.
H 1 -ocp ted In nortii part of town I-ot
B 50x150. S00 c.-ush. Unlanco term.i S
B cent Interest.
1 $4300 Klve room modern bungalow. Fiill
H cement basement. Double laundry
1 tubs. Built In features. In excellent
1 condition. Locnted close In on bench.
f VM Don't fall to bcc us In regard to scv-
1 cral new bunpnloWG, Ave have now in
H) course of construction.
H ii-'r THE GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO
H 11G Twcnty.Tourth St. Phones 2S0-2S1
H 21 ACRES Plen.xnnt View, all planted to i
f grain, water right, small houso; will cx-
j chango for good automobile tia part pay-
1 -10 'Acres good panttiro close to Ogaen,
H 20 acres cm be niRdc good farm land:
H now paying good Income; at $100 pcrt
1 acre. This place is a good buy. .
1 40 acres Improved firrm. planted to il-
Hl , fnlfa. peas, potntocs. etc., S acrea pasture, ,
H' excellent water right. Implements and mn-1
H chlncry, cows. pigs, chickens, good six i
H room brick house, barn and other im-1
H provcmentS. electric lights, Price Includ-1
mT" lng cropB 12,000; will exchange for good j
T Ogdcn city property as part payment.
f SMITH & FLINDERS CO.
1 Over Commercial National Bunk j
I A SNAP for quick sale for cash to pn
.vnte parties, right in the solcct district.
.Choice lot on Jackson. 50 feel front with
20 feet alley, also n beauty on Twenty
fourth. 33 feet with nil Improvements. In
qulrc 1003 Twenty fourth. 303S
FIVE room strictly modern brick house
on bench. Inquire 3002 AV.il I avenue.
FOUR room modern houso with sleeping
forch, on bench cheap, with terms. Phono
SEA'EN room modern home, close In on
.p.ivcd street, all specials paid: well built
home in excellent condition. Best buy In
Ogdcn. Only 53S00. 5500 cash down, $40
- ALFRED E. STRATFORD
1 2:50 Washington Ave.
Phones 993-AV or 230 l.T
THREE room house and six lots, with
barn, chickens and chicken coop 3990
"Washington avenue. 303 '
Real Estate Loans Insurance
2403 Hudson Avenue
Practically new five room modem brick
bungalow located In choice part of Og
den House exceptionally well built, with
jr cement basement and built-in features.
Lot 50x150 feet. This la real value. Price j
$4500. Reasonable terms.
If vou need a family home see this sev
en room modern home on bench. Fine con
dition, largo lot. 65x150 feet, many vari
eties of irult, barn garage, and basement.
Price $3500. Terms $1000. Balance mort
gage for 20 years.
Good six room modern near high school.
East front, basement, lawns, shado trees.
Price $3000. Terms $500. balance $30 a
m0ntl, FROERER & FOAATES
Real Estate Insurance ViS
:400 Hudson Avtfiuc PhoneOn
SMALL frnmo -houso and I 50 foot lot near
railroad district. Price $1000. Terms $300
cash and balance monthly payments to
suit customer. O. A. Kennedy, basement
Utah National building. Phone 01- or
Commercial National Bank Bldg.
airs Saunders, City Department
New four room brick bungalow, close.
In on bench; larpe sleeping porch, good
bacemcnt.- hardwood borders, large kitch
en cabinet, beautiful light fixtures, and a
good 161. Only $4000; terms. Immediate
Two four room modern houses witn
large slcoplng porches. Must be sold at
once. Immediate possession
m Two five room modern brick houses lo
f cated one block from AVashlngUi. South
1 part of city. Reasonable price und easy i
m " Manv other good buys that we wui 1
M like to show you. 30'5
240:ACREancli-illh-plenty of water. 121
mK cattle. 10 horses, machinery', everything ,
KHI rcadv to make money, all for $16,000. A
JH bargain for quick sale See Opdcn Land
'1 & Investment Co. 411 Twenty.founlw
jH atrcct, Ogdcn. (
SIX room atucco. six lots with C50 feet
1 front. Good for garden or chickens. Ini-
B gating water. "Will sell on reasonable
l terms. Inquire Owner 302 Thirty fifth
OAA'NER of $4000 brick five room house
l1 on the bench desiring to sell will accept
i seven passenger auto as part payment,
f Terms, part cash and $30 per month. O,
H A. Kennedy, basement Utah National.
Phone 013 or 2213 J. 3019
Hi rY OAVNER Cheap for quick sale, seven
room house. Vi neves In orcliard. garden.
Canvon road near Glenwood; will take
cheaper place In trade. Cheap for quick
j talc. Phone 2595 AAr.
THREE-acre chicken farm. Phone 28S'
H Ar 30 IS
Ht APARTMENT house close in on AVash
Hi Ington avenue; has nine two and three
room apartments. Furnished. Income
$225 a. month. Price $11,500. Half cash.
Might consider part exchange. Box 18.
Wk. EIGHT room modern home; sleeping
porches. Phono 2S70. 300
, v FIVE room modern brick houso and gar
' ago. newly painted. 331 Perry avenue.
EIGHT room home, sleeping" porches
Phone 2870. 20S7
NEAAr two-roomed furnished house; lights
and water; lot 146x75. planted. 3253 Mon-
' roe 2901
LOT 100x137 on Oak and Jackson to trade
for auto. Phone 3137-AV. 293b
REASONABLE, furnished flvo room mod
cm brick, shade trees, fruit trees, grapes,
berries, garden. East Twelfth 3treet.
H foor,3 Lnnc. 2S04
Ht TAVO room house, newly papered, lot 33x
132; sewer and sidewalk paid; city water,
lights SS50. One-half cash, now vacant
Phone 2255-AV. 2920
$500 DOAArN. balanco monthly, will buy a
H nice six room modem home, all special
taxes paid in full. Choice location, imme
dlatc posesslon. E F. Bralz. -417 Ecclcs
APARTMENT house, strictly modern, flvo
apartments, fine location on bench, pays
10 per cent net on your Investment. Have
to leave town on account of sickness. Will
sell cheap. Kelly & Herrlck. 2S61
THREE room cottage, two lots. 3121 Un-
Hl Ion avenue, cheap. Terms or cash. Phone
13 ACRES, crops. Implements, horses, on
st;ito highway. mile north Clearfield.
Phone 11-R-l. : 2760
BY OAVNER Goo-a sixteen room apart-
Ti ment house, fumlohcd, sleeping porches.
Mf gqs ranges, finest location in town. $140
a month Income. Good terms. Phone 102
LARGE building lots, new nddltlon to
Eighth street. Good soil, drainage and lo
1 cation. C39 Seventh. Phone 2135-M.
SEATSN rpom modern brick house, dou
ble garago, paved street Terms on part.
Hl S. AV. AATicrry. 2C09 Madison. 2345
i SEA13N room brick, Hnvc you somc-
thing to trade Small house preferred
AVo can be of mutual benpflt by dealing
direct Also have Grand piano. 1325 Twen-
Hl ty-flfth ntroet. Phono 1426-R. 2308
ONE three room frame houso: terms $350.
One six room brick only $3500. Many
Hi other good deals, also reasonable lots, In-
1 quire H. Van Branck, 302 Thirty-fifth,
, BURLEY IDAHO FARM LANDS
AVE have n largo Unt of Irrigated firms
for nr or trade. AVrlto or sec AVQN'ES
URISAVOLD INV. CO,, Burlcy. Idulio
W. L. PORTER. Real Estate and Loans
2376 Washington avenue. Phono 1876.
V.' J. UW. EK Comer lot HGxPS U t
Tv. cnty-second and Rcqvcs avenue.
Phono 3 07 fi i379
Hemstitching, plcot edge, buttons, plnk
lng and Pleating. Second floor AV, H
AVrlcht"& Sons. Mra. II. Layman. 1163
j FOR RENT
ROOM, C30 Twenty-third street. 3091
THRF5E room modem apartments. Cal!
253S Qulncy avenue Phone 14S9. 31K
TWO rooms for light housekeeping. Nc
children, $12 per month 551 Twenty.
TAVO room apartment with clccplnq
porch. 566 Twenty fourth street. 3103
THREE room furnished house. 2050 Gra
FURNISHED apartment. 256G AVashlng.
ton avenue. Corey Apartments. 3111
FURNISHED or unfurnished apartments
for rent. 234S AVashlngton. 3110
iTAAO furnished housekeeping rooms,
I Phone 11S3. 261 Twenty-sixth street.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms suitable for fnm
Ilv or bachelor; and sleeping rooms. 2210V5
AVpshlngton. ' 30S7
A'ERY dcslrablo rooms, reasonable rates,
two minutes from poslofflco. Gatco Ho
.tel. 2116 Grant avenue. 3067
TArO room apartments for housekeeping,
also one room suitable for one. lady pre
ferred. 330 Twenty-thfrd street. Lincoln
Hotel . 300S
FOUR room furnished house. Rcnr of
335 Twenty-eighth street. 307S
ROOM. 530 Twenty-third. 3091
ONE or two room."), housekeeping apart
merits. Sleeping rooms; no children. 2272
Madison 301 1
jTWO room furnished house. 2630 Vila ins
! avenut'. "nio
FOUR room apartment, nicely furnished,
fhrst floor. 2735 Grant avenue. 301S
PLEASANT room in modern home, flno
location. 45S Twenty-fourth. 3017
MODERN sleeping nnd housekeeping
rooms. 2731 Madison. Phone 2029. 3015
FURNISHED apartment, three rooms, prl
vato bath, good furniture. 27S5 Grant
TAVO room furnished apartment on sec
ond floor. 27S5 Grant avenue. 3014
COMPLETELY furnished Housekeeping
apartments, elevator, phono, lights, gas,
maid' service If desired. Plaza Apartment.
TAVO partly furnished tent racks near
Hermitage. Inquire 127 AArcst Twenty
seven til. ; 29S9
ITAAtO housekeeping rooms ground floor.
2021 AVnshlngton. 2990
TAA'O comfortable modern rooms, suitable
for two. 2621 Jefferson. 2972
THREE room furnished houso for rent
750 Twenty-sixth street. 29S2
FURNISHED room for rent In modern
home, close in. 31G Twenty-seventh
FIA'E room houe, no children, 50 month.
771 Twenty-fourth street. 2949
MODERN four room steam healed apart
niont, no children. 500 Twenty-third.
FURNISHED sleeping rooms; block from
AVashington car. 294d Grant. 2S9S
TWO housekeeping rooms. 2353 Monroe.
THREE room furnished house. 161 Twen
ty-scconri street. 2S17
MODERN bungalow. Ueckcr's Bridge.
Canyon. Phone SOS. 2760
TAA'O or three furnished rooms for house-
keeping, AV B. AVcdell, 2468 AA'ashlngton j
NICE large modern rooms, breakfast If
desired. Referenco required. 2639 Jeffer
SINGLE or double rooms for sleeping or
housekeeping. 246S Ayoshlngton. 2425
MODERN furnlsh-d housekeeping rooms.
Luccrno Motel. Thone 3013 1937
TAA'O modern rooms. No children. 2769
Volkor avenue 3107
EIGHT room strictly modem house, dcslr
ablo location, near Lester Park, 556 Twen-ty-fourth
SIX room house on ltcnch. $25 month: not
modem. 2S66 Monroe. 3121
GOOD modern home for rent to man and
wife with no children, good shade and
garage, for boarding owner. Phone 1250
AV after 7 p. m 3120
TAfO large front rooms with use of bath.
1339 Capital. Call after 3 p. m. 2931
4 ROOMS, modern housekeeping: close in.
Kell & Herrlck. 1033
s To Buy
ArE have cash customers lor desirable
city and farm lands. List your property
with reliable people. Kelley & Herrlck.
E;BoV ail eara. regardless of condi
tion. Auto Sulvago v.. 234$ Grant Ave.
ON improved real estate. E. F. Brntz,
417 Ecclos Bldg. 3079
TU sumneu people without security, to
others on pianos, furniture, bonds, etc
927 Hudson Bldp. Phone 2-St. 249
MU.Niij lo loan on :mpruvua cal cstnl.
t-llv K' Herrlck. 779 !
I BY THE let. threo or four room modern
i unfurnished house; no children Call 3324
SECOND HAND LUMBER
20 foot lengths.
14 pieces 6x6.
27 pieces 2x10
38 pieces 2x12.
Phone 1229 3103
SECOND hand goods bought and 60ld T
C. Ivcrson. 1640 AVashington. Phone 19.
WE taku your old rango nn first payment
on any new range, or will buy your old
range outright. Homo Furniture Co. 4673
ONE of the best blacksmith shops In
county: work for three men tho year
round, and all necessary equipment. Best
location. Phone 3167 J. 3094
WANTED Resident salesman to sottlo at
Logan. Ogden, Provo or Idaho points.
Must be willing to work and your terri
tory will be such that you can be home
every night. $500 Investment required and
we can show you how you can make this
back In 30 to 60 days and control the ter
ritory that will pay you $100 to $500 a
month A legitimate bonaflde proposi
tion. Address at once Box 615, Salt Lake
City. Utah. 3062
CHANCE for men who own autos to
make money Box C 12. 2993
Colors are frequently artificially
proaucod In ajjatc articles.
I POSITION by young married man. dcnlr
lng to mfto Ogden hlo homo. Willing to
work, would like a position with a future.
Box R. care Standard-Examiner. 3125
POSITION by u business woman, who Is
anxious to locato in Ogdcn. Can give best
of references. Address New York, care
EXPERIENCED male bookkeeper desires
pooltloii with reliable firm. Tel 2195-AA'.
Mr. Hall, 253S Orchard avenuo. 3005
PAINTING, paper cleaning or all kinds
AVork guaranteed. Call 2637-R. 2995
PLASTERING and patching. Cull 111
Twenty-seventh stioct 2904
FOR cement work or general building
contracting, Phono 2257. 294S
. Tliu first missionaries reached the
island of Hawaii on April -1, 1820 j
I I FOR SALE j
L SEAA'ING machine, piano, library table,
j cheap. Phono 2915. 2554 Brlnkor. 3114
: EIGHT pleco dining room set Phone
; 2061 AV. Address 3472 ATashlngton. 3117
RANGE, refrigerator, library table, din
, lng room set. hall tree. etc. 635 Twcnty
! ONE jnlllc goat, one coming fresh, $20.
Innulre 2SC(? Monroe. 3113
; LOOSE hay for sole. Call S-.T-4, 3071
FREE soil nt Taylor, block south of
Twenty-fifth street, .1073
SMALL horse for saddle or driving. Phono
2133 J. 1055
' CHICKENS for sale. 1938 Lincoln ."ve
PLA.NO and dining table. Phone 3260.
567 Twcnty-slxth street. 3024
FURNITURE for three rooms, fruit Jars,
chickens, tools, etc . all or part, 122-4 Oak
street. Phone 934-J. 3026
GOOD young horso for sale. 240 AA'eat
Twentieth street. 3001
DRESSER, library table and davenotte,
like new. Room 1, over 336 Twenty-fifth
GOOD bicycle. $16. Call between 5 and 6
p. 111 116 Twenty-third. 3005
SPECIAL prices on now and used gas
ranges and plates Miller Furniture Store
RANGE for sale- 315 Thirtieth. 2998
FURNITURE for threo rooms cheap; par
ty can rent apartment. Inqulro 2515 Lln
coln avenue. 2981
CANARY blrd3. 2220 Lincoln avenue.
EIGHT-drawor wooden card file cabinet.
3x5. at Standard-Examiner. 2976
EXTR A, largo round native cedar posts,
AVhcclwrlghfs Wood Yard. 234S Hudson
TAA'O and onC'half shares Arcber-Davls
water stock. Price $300 per share. Phone
026 AV. 2939
GRAND piano, seven months old, cost
$S00. will sell for $700: costs $1100 now.
AA'ill take Edison phonograph as part pav
ment Call 3394 from 6 until 3. 2933
AVICKER baby buggy, almost now. 2777
Pacific avenuo. Phone 51-10-J. 2940
I RUG 9x12. in good condition. 3434 AA'ash
191S Harley Davidson motorcycle, elec
trically equipped. Will trade for Ford car
or sell for cash. 2539 Grant avenue.
FOUR holo Star Estate range. 210 Thlr
tleth street Phono 2292-M. 2943
A FEAA' uncalled for suits, excellently
Dundee tailored, Low priced. Dundee
AAToolen JRIls, 2131 Hudson avenue.
HOUSEHOLD furniture nnd automobllo.
2345 Monroe. 2903 j
ONE boy's and two men's bicycles, good
as new; cheap. 3341 Chllds avenue
RED and white cabbage cauliflower
plants. John Bush. 624 AA'cst Twenty
first Phone 5S4-J. 2905
MOTORCYCLE. Harley Davidson, good
condition, a bargain for cash If taken at
once. Call for demonstration at 2524 1
AA'ashlngton avenue or phono 173. Ask fori
Frank Mad sen. 2907 I
YOUNG White Leghorn pullets. Phone !
1243. AA'estern Grain & Feed Co . 2354
AVashington avenue. 2430
NEAA'MAN'S pay tho highest price for 1
second hand furniture Phone 63S. 234S I
AA'ashlngton. 2202 1
FISH poles, 5c and up. 1010 AA'ashlngton.
CALL S2S for kindling wood. 221S
BOHN-SIPIION rofrigcrator. AATilto en
nineled 75 pounds capacity. Cost $100.
AVill sell for $35. Mr. Fowler. AVrlght's
PIANOS and other musical Instruments. !
Terms without Interest. Pantone, 2S7I
Hudson. 909 j
UNCALLED for culls, tailor mado; big
reduction. Cordon's. 211-25 Twenty-fifth
St. Phone 419. 2157
PAINTS AND VARNISH
Buy your paint nt Stowe'o and save
money. 1800 Washington avvnuo. Phono
6S6-J. 13 IS
1919 Oldsmobllc coupe. like now. sacrl
1916 Cadillac S, perfect condition
1917 Sludebakcr touring. A l.
1918 Bulck six touring, like now
1918 Studebaker ton truck, A l.
1918 Two ton Nash truck, good as new.
1917 Modal N Hupmoblle, cord tires.
winter and summer top.
PACIFIC NASH MOTOR CO.
2200 AVashington Ave.
SEA'EN passenger Cadillac touring car,
excellent condition, cheap. Inqulro 813
Twenty-fifth street. 3115
1917 model Vi ton Indiana truck. A-l con
ditlon. good for two or three years' hard
usage. Cheap lor cash. 210 Ecclcs Bldg..
or Phone 176. 3119
1917 Ford coupe for sale, or will ex
change for flvo passenger car. Apply 1661
Twenty fifth streot. 3071
MAXWELL, cut down, good engine and
tires. SlOO 221 Twenty-second. 3089
CHEAP for quick sa'c, woven passenger
Chalmers, run less than 10,000 miles, new
battery and top. good tires, engine first I
class condition, $1000 cash, or will take
half cash and well located lot. Phono
SMALL touring car. good condition,
cheap. 565 Seventeenth street. 2985
1918 Studebaker two paescngor, six cylhv
der roadster. 2469 Van Burcn. Phon5
FORD ton truck in good condition. Cush
ion and pneumatic tires. Cheap for cash
2336 AA'ashlngton. 2913
SNAP One six cylinder car In excellent
Bhape, Vory cheap Phono 577. 28S6
LIGHT Cadillac truck. 1914 Hudson.
Studebaker 1917 Now Franklins. First
class auto shop. Barlow Brothers, 2166
Grant avenue. 959
Bulck light six roadster.
Bulck 4, flvo paBsonger.
Overland 85. five passenger.
Overland 83, flvo passenger.
All these cars are guaranteed to bo In
first class condition. AVU1 soil at a bar
gain. HARBERTSON BROTHERS
2614 AA'ashlngton Avenuo
FOR SALE: By owner, good family auto
cheap. Phono 1427 2378
TWELVE or 24 dozen unused bushel fruit
baskets with covers $2 tho dozen, or
trade for fruit. Phono 959-M or call 1073
Twenty-first street. 3072
THREE fresh cows,. Flvo coming fresh
soon. AVI1I sell or trado for dry cows
Phone 1851. J. A. Loo. 2997
EA'ERYBODY suffering with piles, fistula,
ulceration, bleeding or itching piles, wrlto
for free trial, painless pllo euro. R E.
Tarney. San Jose, Cal. 2707
CARD and character reading, 449 Twon
ty slxth street. 2630
ON MOND Y, small bunch of keys No
tify Box 6 A, care Stundard-Examlnor
BLACK lcathor pockotbook containing
about $17 or $18. Return to 2620 AA'all.
FOUR year old ronn marc with haltiJr,
lost at Rlverdale. AV. J. Coy, Hurrlsvllle.
Phono 37-J-l 3061
LARGE pearl sunburst pin. Return to
701 Ecclcs building. Phone 1135-AV-. Re
ONE pair dark trousers between Ogdcn
and Hermitage. Call R. B. B., phone 4,
GUUj BURNS TO DEATH.
MOLINE. III.. Juno 28. In j.roma
ture celebration of tho Fourth oC July,
Thais Jcnnlsch, six years old, was
burned to death here last overling
when a chasor ignited her drcaj.
5 Male Help
"XIE,T wnnted to unload coal by contract.
Ogden Sewer Pipe & Clay Co. 3106
FARM hand, salary and profit sharing
proposition.. AAr. B. A cdcll. 2408 AVaoh
BOOKKEEPER for Pocatello, Apply Mr
Smith. Gem Supply Co., 2345 ATall avenue.
YOUNG man stenographer to go to Su
perior, AVyo. Apply C28 Ecclcs Bldg.
EXPERIENCED' stenographer: young
man preferred. 621 Eccles Bldg. 3012
FIRST class bushclman wanted at AVap
pier's. Twenty.fourth and Hudson. 2930
YOUNG man at American Linen Co., 161
Twenty-sixth street. 2929
YOUNG man to do general office work for
largti manufacturing concern. Address P.
O Box 707. 2851
WRINGER mnn and linen checker. U. P.
1 Laundry. 2643
FLYiNG In eight weeks. Y, M. C. A.
Auto Schools. L03 Angeles. 2352
p WANTED 1
I Female Help
EXPERIENCED waitresses wanted at
City Cafq, HO Twenty-fifth. Phono S24-AV.
WAITRESS; A'irginla Hotel. 312.1
CHAMBER maid at Reed Hotel 3122
EXPERIENCED chamber maid. Brlghani
AV'OMAN who can cook, to work four or
five hours a day. for small family In can
yon cottage. Apply Commercial Natolnal
EXPERIENCED stenographer for largo
manufacturing concern. Address P. O,
Box 707, giving reforenccc and experience.
? Miscellaneous it
GARAGE for rent, $5 a month. 1132 Twen-ty-flfth.
THREE Ohio vacuums In first class con
dition. $1 day. Call J, Barlow, 23S4-J.
OHIO vacumm, $1 day. Phono 3148.
GOOD pasture for horses, closo to Ogden.
Smith & Flinders, Commercial National
bonk building. Phono 1147 or 286S-AA' cve
STORAGE room for rent. Call Asbcsto
late Products Co.. Phone 1416-AA'. 3673
$2.00 PER LINE PER MONTH !
ANYTHINQ New or Old
ANYTHING A to 2 new or old
bought, sold or tradpd. Phono 332
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Bramwcll Book and Stationery. 2362
Washington Ave. Phono 360. 205S
Utah Natltonal Bank, southeast corner
Twenty-fourth nnd AA'ashlngton. Phono CI.
CARPENTER AND JOBBER
F. Strupplck, carpenter and Jobber. I5S
Twenty-third. Phone 1018. 2519
K. Van Kanipon for upholstering, or
pets cleaned, altered nnd laid. Remaking
of mattresses. Phono 27C2-J.
Expert carpet cleaning, mattress reno
vating, upholstering, and springs ro
Btretchrd. Call E. J. Hampton Co..
I-cathei renovating Phono 25S6-AA.
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phone 133. 225S-C0 AVashington Ave
CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES
Matsuba & Co., leading Japanese res
taurant In Ogden. 27S 24th St.
DRESSMAKING and silk shirts made to
order. Phono 1095-M. 622 Thli tleth St
CHILDREN'S sewing. Phone 1440. 2646
Monroe Ave. cjn
The New Method Dentists aro Bpeclal
ists In nl! branches of Dentistry. 246'J
AA'ashlngton Avo 220S
Ogden Engraving Sorvlco Co . makers
o. flno cuts In one or more colors. 416
Twcnty-foureh street Phono 463.
Geo. D. Bennett, corporation and group
Insurance a specialty. Phono 124-AAr. 151-1
Alex H. Moycs resident agent Now York
Llfo Insurance Co.. -112 Blnford avenuo
Phono 1407 and 1577-AA'. 2867
JUNK AND HIDES
AA'cstom Hide & Junk Co.. 2323 Wash
ington Av. Phono 861.
Ogden 1 jnk House. 2059 Washington
Ave. Phor.e 210.
Paper hanging, painting, kalsomlnlng.
paper cloanlng. Reasonable. 3220-R
AVlllnrd Kay. real cstnto and loans
2474 AA'ashlngton Ave. Phono -109. 1874
Garbage and rubbish hauled, cesspools
nnd tollots cleaned. John Chlpp & Co.
Phono 828, 23 IS Hudson Avenue. 1732
TRUNKS AND BAGS
Trunk and bap repairing, round cor
ner from Standard. Callacher's. T373 Hud
WALL PAPER CLEANINO
KALSOMINING ond paper cleaning. Tel.
29-R-ll. AV, Alvord 3861 Adams. 2421
EXPERT window und wall paper clean,
lng American AA'lndow Cleaning. Ph C$3
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OF HOOPER SUGAR
Notice Is hereby given, that pursuant
to a resolution of tho board of directors
a special meeting of the stockholders of
the Hooper Sugar Company will bo hold
at the office of the company. In the Ma
sonic Templo building, In the City of Og
don. County of AVobcr and State of Utah,
on Monday, tho 12th day of July. A. D
1920. at the hour of 4 o'clock p. m.. for
the purpose of considering and acting)
upon and confl lining or rejecting tho acr
tlon of the bourd of directors of tho com
pany In having heretofore sold to Ernest
R. AA'ooIley the plant and all of the prop
erties, rights, and chosen In nctlon, of ov
cry kind and description, for an agreed
amount of tho capital stock of tho Inter
stato Sugar Company, a Utah corpora
tion, and for the transaction of such other
business as may properly como before
the meeting, or an adjournment thereof.
Dated: Juno 25. 1920.
JAMES H. RILEY, Secretary.
Dato of first publication, Juno 26. 1920.
Date of last publication, July 10, 1920. I
In the District Court of AA'ebor County,
State of Ulnh.
Evona Invostmcnt Company, a Corpora
- tlon. Plnlntlff, vs. Jennie Cody, Roger
Cody, Harriet K. Iloag as Administra
trix of the Estate of Ralph E. Hoag,
deceased. Harriet K, Hoag, and Kath
orlno Hoag Norgren, Defendants,
To be sold nt sheriff's salo on the 30th
day of Juno, 1920, at 12 o'clock noon of
said day, at the south front door of the
AVebcr county court house. In Ogden
City, AVobcr county. Utah, tho following
doscrlbod property, to-wlt:
Situate in AVebcr county. State of Utah,
and particularly described as follows:
Tho east 34 foot of tho west 68 foot
of Lots ono (1), two (2). three (3), and
four (I), and tho cast 34 foot of tho north
15 foot, of the wost 68 feet of lots flvo (G),
In Block One (1) In King's addition to
Ogden City, TJtah.
Together with a right of way ovor tho
south ten foot of Lot fivo (5) In Block
ono (1) In Klng-'a addition to Ogdon City,
Dated at Ogdcn City. Webor County,
Utah, this 8th day of June. 1020.
IL C. PETERSON,
Sheriff of AA'ebor County. Utah.
By Curtis Allison. Deputy Sheriff.
New Yorlc City is snlcl to be In need
oi 150,000 more homes.
All the juto of commerce comas from
Partisans Like Drunks
Bryan Says; Outlines
Plans To Ratify Peace
By WILdbLUf JKXNIXGS BRYAN.
Written Exclusively for Universal
(Copyright, 1920, by AVm- J. Bryan.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 28. Tho
division among the delegates on tho
treaty plank Is not fundamental, It 13
merely a dlfforonce of opinion ns to
the best means of Touching an end
which all desire. No Democrat In tho
convention would rise In his place and
admit opposition to world peace, uni
versal and everlasting.
But how can world peace bo se
cured? Tho president brought back
from Parla a loaguo of nations plan
with a covenant that embodied the
best that he could secure and whon
wo consider the newness of tho plan,
the number of nations agreeing to it
and tho diversified Interests at the
conferonce, the wondor Is that It was
aa nearly perfect ao it was.
Tho Republicans Immediately at
tacked It and magnified yhat thoy re
garded as Its dangers. If the matter
could havo been considerod merely aa
an international question without par
tisanship being injected into It, the
president and the ccnato would have
had little difficulty In reaching an
agreement as to reservations. Parti
sanship Is as paralyzing to calm
thinking as alcohol and tho person
affected la aa unconscious of boinjj af
fected. Partisans Liiko Drunks.
It is one of the curious characteris
tics of partial Intoxication that tho
man under its Influence Is quite sure I
that he Is at his pest. If he is shoot
ing at a target ho congratulates him
self on his accuracy oven If his bul
lets endanger bystandors. So with
partisanship the more partisan a
man 3 tho more sure ho feels that he
Is actuated by a patriotic purpose, al
most holy in Its disinterestedness.
Both Domocrats and Republicans
were convinced that their opponents
would agree with them but tor their
partisanship and the president was
most unconscious of any partisan In
terest in tho result.
ixow, we are entering upon a cam
I palgli and the leaders of each party
feel sure that they can win a partisan
ndvantage by dragging this issue
down into a partisan struggle and they
congratulate themselves that they aro
doing It for a great, unselfish and
patriotic purpose. Its a great na
tional good that they are bont on
achieving and it Is meroly a coinci
dence that In tho opinion of both sides
this can only be secured through a
Staging Sham Battle. I
Thus deluded they are staging a
sham battle over a anam issue, know-i
lng while they do so that neither side!
can positively secure two-'r.:rds of thoj
senate, at the coming election and 1
knowing therefore that there must be.
a compromise at tho end of tho cam-
palgn If any agreement is to be.
reached. Just as the exhllatered
toper deceives nobody but himself so,
these unconsciously partisan leaders
are fooling themselves only.
A large majority of the American
peoplo arc more Interested In getting
this treaty ratified and tho loaguo ofj
nations establlshod and out of the way I
than they are in the" phraseology or
reservations, and It la to this mass
that our party ought to appeal.
The partisans In both parties will
vote the ticket anyhow, no matter
what tho party says or does not say,
but wo never havo had as many vot
ers In tho doubtful column as we havo
today. They do not care through
what party relief comes If It only
comes quickly. Just as the allies
would rather havo us como Into thoj
louguc with any reservations whatever
than to stay out, so the average voter
will regard tlino as the material fac
tor and support the party that gives
promise of immediate relief.
Appeal to Doubtful
It is to this large element that our
party ought to appeal and it is this
element that I had In mind In urging
a course different from any that has
thus far been proposed. I venture to
put on paper for the first tlmo an
outline of a plan which, In my Judg
ment, will make tho Democratic party'
victorious In this campaign because,
and only hecause. It puts tho country!
above the party and includes the clvl-J
llzed world in Its calculations,
l"he Democratic party demands an.
amendment to the federal constltu-'
tlon providing for ratification of
treaties by a mojority vote, so that
It will be as easy to end a war as it
NOTICE OP INTENTION.
Notice Is horeby given ty tno board of
commissioners of Ogden City. Utah, of tho
Intention of said boartl of commissioners
to mako tho following described Improve
ment, to-wlt: To create "F' avenuo be
tween Twonty-fourth street and tho south
city limits of Ogdcn City. Utah, as a pav
lng district and to pavo tho roadway
therein with Portland cement concrete
pavement twenty feet In width, also to
build all culvorts, Irrigation and drainage
systems, and to construct private water
service connections from tho main to
tho curb line at tho expense of tho Indl
vtdual owners opposite the lots or parts of
lots or houses not now suppllod with such
connections. Tho abovo named work ohall
Include tho ncccesury grudlng1 therefor
and all other work necessary to comploto
tho whole In a propor manner according
to tho plans, specifications and profiles on
fllo In the office of the city engineer, and
to dofray tho whole of tho cost and ex
pensc of tho abuttor's portion thereof by
a levy of a special tax to bo assessed
upon tho lots or pieces of ground within
the following described district, bolng tho
district to he affected or benofltcd by
such improvement, namely: "All tho land
lying botwoon tho outer boundary linos
of nald street and a lino drawn fifty foot
back from and parallel to said outor boun
dary Ilne3 on both sides of "F" avenuo
between Twenty-fourth street and tha
south city limits of Ogdcn City. Utah, bo
lng Lots 1 to 12 Inclusive, Block S, Brook
lyn addition; Lota 1 to 12 Inclusive, Block
0, Brooklyn addition: Lots 1 to 12 In
clusive, Block 10, Brooklyn addition; Lots
1 to 5 inclusive Block 11, Brooklyn addi
tion; Lots 1 to 3 inclusive. Block 12,
Brooklyn addition; Lots 1, 2. 31 and 32,
Block 13, Brooklyn addition; Lota 1, 2, 31
and 32. Block 14. Brooklyn nddltlon; Lots
1. 2. 31 and 32. Block 15, Brooklyn addi
tion: and Lot 12, Block 14, AA'est Ogdcn
addition, all In Ogdon City survey
Tho estimated cost of each water con
nection Is 550.00.
Tho estimated cost as given below doos
not includo tho cost of constructing pri
vate water sorvlco connections, which
costs aro to bo assessed against tho prop
erty benefited in addition lo the rogular
Tho total cost of said Improvement 1b
estimated at $12,380.
All protests or objections to such Im
provement or to tho carrying out of euch
intention must bo presented In writing
signed by the owners of abutting property
describing the same togcthor with tho
number of abutting front foot and bo filed
with the city recorder on or before tho
7th day of July, 1020
The board of commissioners at Its first
regular mooting thereafter, to wlt, tho Sth
day of July. 1020, will consider tho pro
posed levy and henr and consider such
protests nnd objections to said Improve
ment ns shall havo boon made.
By order of tho board of commlslson
era o( Ogdcn City, Utah.
Dated Juno 15, 1020.
C. T, MOYKS,
First publication Juno 16, 1020.
Last publication July 5. 1020.
Published In tho Ogdcn Standard-Examiner.
Paving District No. 13s'
is to declare war. Planting ourselves
upon tho most fundamental principle
of popular govornmont, namely, tho
right of tho people to rule a doctrine
In support of which wo have recently
spent over $25,000,000,000 and for
which we havo sacrificed 100,000
precious lives wo favor an immedlato
reconvening of tho senate that this
principle may bo applied to tho treaty
controversy and ratification cecured
with such reservations as a majority
of tho senators may agrco upon, re
serving for the future the making of
such changes as we may deem neccs
sary. AVe favor appointment by the presi
dent, with the consent of the senate,
of delegates to represent this nation
in tho league until regularly choson
delegates aro elected and qualified.
I We favor the .election of the na
tion's delegatca in tho league of na
tions by popular vote in districts in
order that the peoplo may speak
through representatives of their own
choice in the auguat tribunal which
will consider tho welfare of tho world.
"These delegates should be Instruct
ed not to vote for war without spe-
1 clflc Instructions from congreaa or
from tho people, given by reforendum
Insist on DisarmamcnL
"Our natlon'3 delcgatos should also
be lnntructed to insist upon the dis
armament of the world In order that
the burden of militarism may be lift
ed from the shoulders of those who
I toil and the foundation of an endur-
lng peaco laid in friendship and co
operation." Tho benefits of this plan may be
briefly summarized as follows:
Tho Democratic plants Itself upon
an easily understood and easily de
fended principle of government. It
has tho votes to compel ratification
immediately upon ascertaining ihe
wishes of the majority of the senate.
It can by casting Votes or withhold
ing votes convert a majority Into tho
I two-thirds majority required by the
It (-nnnnt nnli. sirwl v... .1 .j i 1
but it offers a plan that will make
future treaty deadlocks Impossible and
thus save the nation from the dis
grace that this two-thirds provision
has brought upon It. AVe alone of all
the great nations have found It Im
possible to got out of war a fact that
Impairs tho value of our example In
tho countries that aro striving to es
The plan, presents a method of elect
ing delegates that will Insure to tho
people the right to choose their rep
resentatives in this great tribunal
which offers to the world Its only
hope of peace.
By compelling the delegates to
await authority from congress, or
from tho American people direct, be
fore giving this nation sanction to war
we answer practically all tho objec
tions that have boon made to tho
covenant nnd yet do so In a manner
entirely consistent with our nation's
rights and the genius of our Institu
tions. Turn from False.
AVhon we instruct our delegates to
demand universal disarmament we
turn away from the false theories of
the past from the precedent that
havo written human history in char
actors of blood and hasten tho com
ing of tho day when the song of the
angels On Earth Peace. Good AVill
Toward Men, .shall become an Inter
national anthem. The world Is weary
of war; enough tears have been shed
within tho last five years to wash
away all the sins of the world; enough
blood has been poured out upon the
earth to fortlllzo In every land tho
soil from which will spring the hopes
of a new civilization.
Our allies owe us nearly ten bil
lions of dollars which It will tako
them Generations to pay and they
cannot pay It without exacting from
the vanquished a toll that will pre
clude the re-establlshment of friend
ship. AA'e can afford to use any part
of this Indebtedness that may be
necessary to secure such a readju3t
ment of the terms of the treaty as
may be required to bring friends and
foes into accord, so that the world
may turn over a now leaf at once
and the world'a commerce be re
vived. Such a plan would compel the Re
publicans to accept or reject the prop
osition offered. If they accepted It
would remove the Issue from politics,
permit the consideration of prosaiug
domestlc problems. quicken the
world's progress towards peace and
Win tllO llnrlvlnr- n-i-n l....l r .1
..... ........ ...j, c.uiiluuu kh. uiuae
who cry out against tho cruel pro
gram of tho militarists who would
build a peaco on torrorism.
If the Republicans rejected tho
plan they would forfeit the support
of a largo part of their party--tho
part that follows conscience and Is
not untruo to the vision of better
I Such a plan cannot be considered a
rejection of anything tho prosidt-nt
stands for; on the contrary, It is a
vindication of the greatest purpose he
has proclaimed, namely. :o mako tho
"world safo for democracy" and It
opens a way by which he may during
the remainder of his term becomo tho
moral leader of tho world.
Writer Says Stage Manage
ment at Convention Was
of High Order
DY DAMON RUNYON.
Copyright 1920 by Universal Servlco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Juno 2S. Dave
Belasco couldn't have staged it better,
fight, and all.
Down from the flies of tho auditor
ium camo a gigantic flag. It was so
big that it seemed to fairly batho the
gathering of dolegates to tho Demo
cratic national convention In the ma
jestic splendor of the Stars and
Now on tho platform appeared fivo
marines, Avho had been poured in the
blue uniforms, and then polished from
head to foot
The "leatherneck" in the center boro
a silken standard. Tho men on olthor
side carried rifles. The other two
AYero buglars, and shrilled the stirring
oall to the colors from the brassy
throats of thoir bugles. '
Now the band stationed high up in
a sort of loft broko out with "The Star
Spangled Banner," and ten thousand
peoplo arose and lifted thoir voices in
This much was spontaneous.
Presently tho bis flag was slowly
roofed back up into tho flies, and as It
asconded Uke a fog of red, Avhito and
blue, a great painting of Woodrovr Wll- lll
son, preslclont of the United StaJ.es, !
was revealed. The battery of spot
lights planted in tho uppermost niches
of tho hall blazed a barrage illumina
tlon on the fnatures of the nation's
Roar of Cheering. .ll
A roar of cheering swept the gather-
ing. It gained steadily in volume and
for a full minute it boomed like tho
breakers against tho rocks out yon- jH
dor by the Golden Gato.
This much, too, this minute, or so
j was also spontaneous. It came from J
the heart of the gathering. It had !
been conjured up by stagey method, ll
but it was genuine. " It had its thrill. lll
Belasco would have liked this touch. ill
Belasco would have enjoyed Its 3ra- Ml
matlc intonsity. But Belasco would
have discarded much of what came !
afterwards as superfluous, barring
only the fight.
The pole bearing the placard of lit
tie Nevada suddenly bent over like a
slendor mast hit by a blast of wind, IH
only to reappear again In an aisle. It
went bobbing along over the heads of
the delegates as some enthusiastic
man from the sagebrush region car-
ried It hero and there.
The cheering continued, but for "a
moment tho Nevada placard was a lone
bit of pasteboard drift on a surface
Now. Oklahoma's card left Us moor- jH
Ings, and began floating about the hall IH
Now North Carolina's banner fell into
tho stream. Now, South Dakota's.
Presently Virginia. Idaho, Montana, IH
Georgia, Michigan. Hawaii and Wis- IH
consin sent their tags to Join the dbb IH
and flow. 'Il
New York's banner remained fixed
above the heads of the big delegation IH
from the empire state. The faces of ,H
the men beneath it seemed stolidly set,
and unemotionless. Charlie Murphy, !
the leader of Tammany hall, was M
among them, but his countenance was ll
fixed In an expression of boredom. Il
Murphy Is Boca.
Charlie Murphy is a boss, and he 'H
docs not disappoint the Imagination.
He looks like a boss. He never looked
more like a boss than he looked this !
morning as the opening storm of tho
Democratic convention whistled abdUt 1
A hand was suddenly reached out
for the New York placard. Afterwards IH
the hand was Identified as one of tho
hands belonging to Franklin D. Roose
velt, assistant secretary of tho navy.
A dozen other hands, some of them
red, and rough grained, stretched out jH
to keep the banner In place. ll
George Lunn, former mayor ot llH
Schenectady, was among those who J
sought to move the tag, A big police
man rushed Into the group, and pres
ently the New York delegation was
swirling around in a manner reminTs
cent of a Seventh avenue street bat
tie. Fists swung here and there but
seemed to have no senso of aim or di- ;H
rcction. One of the Roosevelt fists -is
said to have bounced, off the broad il
chest of the policeman, aome man had iH
his coat ripped off hlsvback, or maybe
he took it off himself to gain greater
freedom of action
"Mr, Policeman," said Roosevelt,
breathlessly, "our leader has told us
;we could do this, and I want to be let
The cop disentangled himself from
the snarl of New York dissension, and
moved away. The. banner of the Em- jJ
pire state was uprooted and presently
Roosevelt moved past the press stand,
, grinning a grin of triumph.
I All this time Charley Murphy sat
impassive. Ho did not change expres
sion Enthusiasms are nothing to fl
j Charley Murphy. Well he knows th"ey
gather littlo moss on Manhattan Island
jor up tho Empire state. He reminded
lone of a sleepy old torn cat as he
j watched the crowd.
By and by every banner in the houSe
' seemed to be bobbing about the hall.
There were a few exceptions. The Dls-
trict of Columbia remained firmly an
chored. Tho troubled eyes of Wood
row Wilson seemed to gaze from tHe
painting with a bit of a smile wririk
ling the corners.
Meantime, however, the demonstra-
.lion was dribbling away into perfunc
toriness. Tho effort to sustain enthu- IH
'slasm Avas enviously growing tiresome.
No man feels much of a real thrill IH
beyond the first minute. It all goes IH
j with one big blast, and after that He
I has little left but a pleasant memory H
of the thrill.
Finally the placards went drifting H
back to their places, and then the tH
voice of J. Bruco Kremer calling for
order filtered out of tho strange d'e- 'M
vice which hangs over the speaker
platform and given one the Impression
oi listening to a ventriloquist talking
through a manniken. J
The business of the convention went
forward, and the session concluded 'H
with a record of one minute of real jH
enthusiasm to hours of apathy. 'IH
But that one minute was real. Jt IH
was genuine. Don't lot anyone tp)l fl
you different Men and women stijl
love Woodrow Wilson.
BOSSKD WORK TRAIN;
IS HJ5IR TO FORTU2E IH
(By International News Service.) -
CONNELLSVIIjLE. Pa. Thomas IH
Neville, of Connollsvllle: Mrs. Mary jl
Connolly, of Duquesne, and Mrs. Isa
bolla Dougherty, of McKeesport, haye ujl
fallen heir to 51,250,000, now In a Lorn
don bank. Tho money has been bear- '
lng Interest slnco 1902, when it w'tfs
inherited by the mother of the threo
from an aunt.
Neville formerly worked on a sad
tlon train for the Baltimore & Ohio
FISII WEKENT BOTHERED. Z
BERLIN. After the long war in
terval. North Sea and Baltic fisher- ,H
mon report enormous catches of fiah. jH
At Hamburg nnd Cuxhaven alono, 10.-
000 tons of fish have been landed in ,H
one single month. From Klol and
Lueboclc como similar reports of im
mouse shoals of herrings and other
fish. Nevertheless, flah does not seem
to become any cheaper on tho Berlin IH
'TWAS A TOUGH COW. IH
AUSTIN. Nev. A cow belonging to
a local dairyman has been rescued
after oighteon days in an abandoned
mine-shaft without food or water. The
cow apparently wedgod her head into jH
a bucket while at pasturo and was
thoreby blindfolded, which caused her
to fall down a thirty-foot incline shaft.
After eighteen days' search the beast
was found, still alive and still blind'
folded. Sho was taken out and is be
lng nourlshod back to r. normal con-
WE DON'T REMEMRER. IH
(By International News Service,)
LONDON. Tho latest complaint
against Amorlcun whiskey aired in
London courts Is this: It makes too
Ugs drunk without muddling the hea,d
Hence one's hend is never conscious
pf how drunk one's legs have become.
As an alibi It didn't work; the defend;
unt was fined.
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