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!Sj SATURDAY EVENING. JULY 24, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7
II FORSALE j
! Real Egfaltc T.-.-JT.-J
THE hest buys in OcrVn In now mod
irn hnmif, five, six .ind seven room.".
inw. Phone MS
S?35) BUYS four room frame house. 1
: -res lund. ll In (rcod garden; water right.
570 Be enth tragi
LOT rfixl.32. a naiiciiln Corner Twenty
.'venth and Qulr.cy. Jlfion. Sec Win
Gregg. 2492 Wachir.gton. Phone 2737 M
v: ' i.i
hrlek hon- with four rre of bind Four
room modern brlrk on ear line. Call 2971
v i iern . . '' See" TTTT
before you buy. I have ninny good dcnls
li itv propcrtv an: farms. H. Van Brnnk.
j Thiil; fifth
BY v:. n: Six room nod. rn hnc',
OWI I i iv commlMien, n v
room modern bungalow. Phone 3232 M
f ir. Monroe ' n . i jj '
i '.II M . I. in home five I.- i
rooms, hath, pantiv. closet, sleeping
porch, fruit trees, flowers. Harden Jail
afternoons or evenings. 1330 Cnpltpl
- ti . 1SI2
i iiV OWNER Bti etlj modern five room
Ll I.Hek I. inflow. l.-,rce lot "lr' .m'1
1 buildings, :o:i Adams. Phons 313J "360C
I i:T fll your . :.r. I'lah Ant.. '
. ..: I .i.-)i;ligton Ave.
: m .-.i , : n brick home i '"r"v 1
floor? full basement; on bent h Snnp K I
ft MeiTlek 'b - ,
ROOMING bouse, nlro room. J5Se,y,,fUr"
nlitied, for sal. US' Twcnty-flfth ij
Mltl -i: a re hl-k'.n r.i. m Du-ne 2 (
". i r.Mi'v house close m wlK
melon avenue; has nine two and fhree ,
loom apartments crnlshsd Income
5:-. month Price $11,600. H.ll t rh. j
MlqM consider part exchange I. ox is.
, bEjci miner 1 J
mOHT r..on. home, ileeplng Poshes
ii iflTe .JS( .
"fea TTv i N Kl. Horn MXl.-en room apart
-A menl house, furnished, ileeplng porches
cms ranges, finest location in town. 11 1U
u month Income. Goo-J terms Phone 10.
BURLEY IDAHO FARM LA N OS
i WE havij a largo list of Irrigated (um 1
1 for sole Oi trad. Write or seo wONES I
I ORIS WOLD lN'V CO . Burley. Idaho
JJ -A . W L, POr.'U'I'.. al Estalf find lmnj
I J 2370 Washlncton avenue Phone "r
f' i . oy BH Corner lot lltxl1! f' t. i
'1 A nt -second and Reeves avenue I
riion. -i :
HV i i VN" KR Kl v i room modern fui ,
JrU nished houso. 147 .Inmes Court Phone i
FOR SALE OR TRADE!
jfl truck. Btadelmann, 8674 Hudson
"20 ACRES near r; ilrc-id sl-.tn n (TfoJ
pHl land. 100 acres cleared. '" acres plowed, 1
I i three room house, stable for mIx horses,
tmflK pood well, close to good stock range. Price
HS $6000. Will give part time or take small 1
place In part pay, R P. Hunter, IS
'iXti TWO fresh milk CQWB and four spring-I
rrs. J a.i.i- Phone i 5 1 -;f"7:
$900 A.EO! IAN player-piano ror - 1
ar Phone -Tr.i W 3ri.i:.
j forIrent 1
THREE room cottage In canyon, city I
a v.ulcr and sink In house. Phone 1395 W !
L or 36ft. 3S1!)
two unfurnished housekeeping rooms
tpjtjA Twenty . rid 3v7
'-"ll "WO hrg ?i" per month, In
' PAitTLY furnished new three room col
' , IB tago in Opden canyon. Range and cit
mm water in kitchen 1
iU W '"Ity '" if.-. 3i"sj
TWO and 1 room apartmenl prlvati
Lath. Newly kalsomincd Close In Phone
"I V. . K !..
4 ROOMS modern housekeeping i iu..i. In
KoDy & Herrlck 1C32
MODERN six to eight room house. Will
Please for long term, Dox 9. cars Stand
rd Examiner 37DJ I
i NFTJRNISH1 1 1 houi . no hlldrcn R f
erences. C&ll 14 10-J 8800
' ROOM modi rn unfurnished house, pood 1
resldenc; district; men and wife. Phone!
Exchange 25fo, Koon- S. or Box 80, Stand j
.- rd Examiner. 3f.:,",
and character rending -149 Twc-n I
t .. sixth 5787
EVERY Mormon should r ad i;iad fid
' Ings. ' 192 page book containing a reprint i
'. of David whltmer! book, 30 -,nts; mon !
i ey refunrlr-d If r,pi,.'(rd .MJdn.'S po
356. K n - lit) . Mo 171
! OR . i . 1 Eol ' eln bull 1 1 1 " '.ii.m
j MQNEY TO LOAN j
MONEY to loan mi Improved real estate
fit 8 per e. n' 1 I., rif It 17 .1
MONEY on property. So coinml
.1 hone i E i ". J
id mi . . a u p- o, i j ' houi fiecarlty, to I
others on pianos fumlli.ie. Ponds, etc. I
' , H i.i.lc
r s- i HO r. i 10 lOtin ju ,,,k.. etM HUli
Ke.'l. A: Herrlck. m
: WE take your old range as flrut payment I
on any new ranKe. or will buy your old 1
ranne o.itrldht H jmo Furniture Co. 467J i
S1 OrAilpe Free ?trit, ufte:-i has de-J
Ei8 structlvo locust rdagues
Situations J ;
" llswNI GIRL wishes woi k In small family of I
fri nB jifl1'1"' c,08c ln- Fhone 2208. Apartment'
vl inintln-.- d:-e,. rating ..tid a l I 'nln in
: , mmf of all kinds. Call room 29. Washington
i .i rtments over Cozy theuti-i . .';r75
ll' l SI. ilntiTie i -tli ';; i I 7
.I I waFtted j'
' A. REEIAPI.E person will care for Uprlaht I
i IB pluno for use. Call telephone 2112 .1 be I
j J i n -. n 6 and 7 evening's ll 11
11 j WANTED
11 To Buy
T was i - a - n rw. r . p .j..
ggfl ' v- ,lv0 ur !"'x room modern house.
m'jBB rood rasident district, on terms. Rox 7.
1 Stands ii i Ixamtni i
1 1 i .HES-l p,-(.e- (in Id for oTi ( loth, m
PBj nd a postal New York Clothing Bton
j? DM 58 Tv, i in;, fifth Bt 3Ij1 1
S PULLETS and hens, all ares Phone 1343
i ' Jn .. . tern Grain - Feed Co. 23E4 Wash-1
1 i inx-i. m v gggg i
f i, v-;-. hi a:i cars regardleaa ol cri.i-
tlon. Auto Salvage . . 2 MX Grant Ave
11 J !i!2
flm Russia comprises one-se venth of the
yfj world's lnnd surfuce
t aSBL is 1 jmmmW.
I FOR RENT j
I NICELY furnished housekeeping rooms.
Ground floor. 2421 Lincoln. 8881
TWO-room apartm. nt nrith gas; also
sleeping idoma. SSIOM Washington ave
I nue. a816
i I i Ing apartment - no
I children. Plana Apartments. 251$ Wash
i Ington avenue 8818
I '. i vl 1 .i ; bnuii, inrnlshed; best of shape,
,nd rooms for housekeeping 31(5 T-vcn-I-
("LEAN hor.i-ekeeplng rooms. fn-inT
:! re. t . r."if. Grant. 3776
FINELY furnished room and bath
Twenty fourth .i7f."
TWO furnished ioom. for rent .".7t Tvfli
tv fourth, 8788
. ' 1 ( i I i iront room. Hath and
phoni $78 Twgnti fourth. ?747
WLI.L furnished room. huth. phone. In
private fnmllx' reasonable. Phone 1038.
l URNISHED apartment very nice; pri
ate bath. 4 rooms also 2 rooms. 27S.r
Grgnj am j '". ' '
i i UNTSHED 1 modem 1 1 artments.
12538 Qulnc A rhon- uvn. r.54
SIN(?1 E '.r double roome for sleeping or
1 keeping. '" Wo hlngton Vve 8881
FLIM.vNTLY fuin!fh.-l r. .... ' Twer,
' t SI $840
T .-.r viii.."ii. g-i.' r.'i", Th.it'
in 1 Btrcel 2Ji
1 FURNISHED apartments 8064 Washing
1 . . -i . 1 .; 1 90
' AP CRTMENT i nd 1 00m 2 .'7 1 1 In. oln
iuh'm $30 Twenty third atre I 8091
Fl ::.'1sIFIi o, unfurnlsh.-'d npirlm.ntr
'nr rent. g4j Washington. 3110
VFKV di. "liable rnnmi reasonable rates
two minutes from postofficc. Gates Ho
tel. 8446 Grfmt avenue 8067
I ' " ' M ESQ T nt- third "SOgj
NICE large modern rooms, b-.'nkfn' 11
deslied, Reference required. 2C39 Jcffer
! Male Help
BOY experienced on chocolote enroher.
W F. Jensen I'nn.h 1 , 'i v 1 2
BOY wanted for delivery. Ford car.
Boyle Grocery 3S06
1 . 1 ' r. 1 ; 1 1 ' 1 ' r 1 1 f hi. 1 1 m 1 ,-. !... a. ... 1
stands fruit. Profit sharing basia W B
WV lell $481 W ashlngton 8789
KEYING in eight weeks . M a"
Auto ? chool. los Angeles 321V
1 : i bo t 1 1 .! n.-.i. 1 3191
WRINOEB man and linen .hu.-k. r. 1 P
' Femaie Help
TWO maids. Apply Arlinctcn Hotel or
EN PERIL' Nt 'El ' cig.ar f I- r end bander
n dal int 1 1 1 ci 1 ' 1 1 1 1 o, 8783
1 . rv st. nograf h, 1 ;.. ' I !(.
of I. .ol ke. i.ing A 1 d re So T O Lox fi9l.
'tl, 1 .1.1 , n, e nn.l age 3749
! RIENCE1 eamstn i nion Pa
clflc Commlsasry Laundrj 8751
I'.i l.vTsi ' wall i i-l' K.rn Cafe 1
2 4.:1 -b.,i,gton 3 7:. a
n ILL girl and i hambennald Apply In
person 1 1 Hi 37 ir.
HEMSTITCHING and plcot edge All!
work guaranteed. Prompt service. Phone
24 Sin . Sewing Machim 1 i 3748
I'llil.l'i'.l'N'S dn -m ii.'i,.; 2C46 Monroi i
PI ii 1440 3700 I
ALL slzo Icillffl pleatlns1. Thonc 231S M.
HEMSTITCHING AND FICOT EDGE
1 The Lighthouse 2152 Washington Ave ,
opposite the Ping.eo bunk. Phono BS1.
Prompt service. 3324
Hemstitch: ns. plcoi edge, tiuttons, pitt
ing and pleating Second floor W H
i ., U $9
(";;" ;:;LosTr ' ' ' "
LADIES' black hand purse on Porter he
Itween Thirtieth and Thirty-second. $15
currency and change Phone 1387. Ro
i I bo sliding! iboul I - I
about 1I50 and 13fi0: strayed from W. st
I Warren. Lmt seen neru- Kancsville. Kibd
or notify John F. Knight West Warren
Rev. : . ,i : s i t
BETWESICN Brigham anil Lot,'an. a wallet
containing tvo checks on Amalgamated
fcugp.r Co.. one for $142 40 ,ind one for
$4S 40 end 520 bill Finder please return
checks to Amalgamated Sugar Co. and
keen currency, c. L. Get r.soi
PACKAGE containing photographs wrap
ped In newspaper Phone 12S3. Reward
IN from ' , i .. nt . 1 cr .l, ),n. on
bicycle. Finder return same. Reward
r. 7 , a
PARCEL containing piano SCarf Return
i 1 ' . ' Shop. R.-w ard 8695
AN Eastern L-ir pin surrounded liy pearls
on Twenty-third street or Hons Washing
i in Vvc r;, uard. Phone 20S9 3531
BARGAINS IV USED CARS
1910 Chevrolet l ?0 model $r,75
19S0 Chevrolet 4-00 model $7fo
1917 Reo seven passenger $950
Indian twin cylinder motorcycle.. .$150
Man other cars attractively priced
OGDEN MOTOR CAR CO
2C47 Hudson Avenue Phone 46f.
CHE VP, one 1 !h . roll I touring car in si
londlllon. five practically new tires. A
bargain for cH.sh. G. E. Schreck. 202
Twenty fourth. Phone 1378. 8798
FORD touring cur um d only two months
Has storage battery 2SG9 Hudson avenue.
Phoni 1542 8765
. SED CARS FOR SALE
C 1: Yl IRG ISEN, 185 Twenty thud
Phone 1651 3718
ImI'.I' I 1 : g . govj condition. (....,, t hi.
Phone 881 M 3684
FIVE-PASSENGER Oldsmoblle; fronl
seal cut to make bed: thn car you will
want for your vacation 412 Seventeenth
LET us aell your cai 1 irih Auto Tire
h.-mge 2224 Washington Ave. 3601
P VVAfffED j
EITHER s .x. 88 a oay guaranteed. A No.
1 load line for Salt Lake City and Og
Ben Address Sales Manager. P, O. Box
665 Ogdcn 3716
j FOR RENT j
GARAGE Reasonable. 2213 Lincoln
Phone 1569-M 311.",
i'F.MENT garage 2,1 Twentj eighth
OHIO vacumm Ji da Phone 81 ,v
E rOKAGG 1001. 1 toi rent. Can Aabesto-
I. iti- ri'.'l'i-':. ''" Phone 1416-W 367?
MEXICAN ARMY OFFICERS
GET PAiDJfV REAL CASH
WASHINGTON, July 24. Hish
army officers and government offlclnln
In M xlco will be lald their ."alarlos
OH a basis of 7 5 t.er cent In cash and
25 i;r cent in script under a decree
recently ign d by President dc la
Uuerta, the statr. department was ad-
Ilsed todky. Civilian employes of tin
Mexican governrni nt have been on the
70-25 iter cent basia for some time
Shakespeare began his career as a
call boy In a thcrurtc
Ij FORSALE j
GOOD bicycle. $20. 2069 Orchard. 3822
LARUE gas rnnge. AppL 2lf.4 Washing
ton u nue Phon ' 939 W $81 1
G lS ranpv. g-os water hester. r-oal r.mg'.
,coal heating stove .,nd all a'-cejiiorles for
sale at bargain. .No 565 TwentN fourth
Gori ,;.i 1... in. ulc heap 'mi after
S o'clock at 2r'S5 Nun Buren 3808
W I !LL I. 'H1' r.rtrdo. v ,irlou ls I kinds,
sanltarv hog pen, etc Phone 2260 R
CHEAP, Automobile at a sacrifice; one
Ivory wicker bugg In good condition; one
' wringer, one range Call 439 t'hester.
; , !Z25
100 LOADS of straw. $4 per IPad Tele
Iphone 11J4 F.ir V. Steed, Clinton
8x10 I E N T CO) nnd BtOVS 852 Twentv
t fourth 3707
PRACTICALLY ne wicker buggy cheap.
I 5 Tw nt) flflh i71
WALNUT bed, 11, . ne ... range No 3
, W.'st Court 8780
i t RNITI Rt: Phone y Tw.-n
: t v third 1781
WALL I- nt 1 1 b 1 6 loot wall. $25
113 Twent; fourth 8784
GOOD sowing machine for sale, cheap.
Phone mi M 8704
913 Indian DlOtOrcycle In goo1 condl-
tlon, (50 "nil Ogden Paklng between
, 7 30 t m. and C p m. 8768
GAS range, four plates and oven, rugs
land other furniture 610 Fanvon road
TWO good cows 2526 Harrison avenue.
1 .-.ne M -734
11IIH1 or u 11 n, .-lenr chiffonier fruit
.lirs. child's desk, rocker and youth's
ichalr Very reasonable. Phone 380 M
ODD door.-., fome lumber, stoves, chair.
table lfn Twentv flrSl 3732
'1 fv t j per c ml discount on all re
fileeralor Miller Furniture Stor
VPRICOTS and pol itoea Finest Quality.
1501 'iinon ron, Phone o9 3697
FOUR burner od range wih oven Phone I
! 1 220 I 8691
Fl RNITI RE tor 3 room", goo, a.M new.
; 1 67 Twenty-seventh Bt. 8653
1 :h vi i.e. ajrtjosj nj w Caji j i 1 Sj '.2
GULDEN o.-ik hlnu ciblnet Hear 738 1
Tu . nt sixth 3f.94 1
1 1 N E l run w eight about 1 infi IbK. ' eat h ; I
90 takes the two J. H Bartyn, Hooper
ROUND oak combination coal r.r.d gas,
stove, practically vw 114 Twenty-eighth
St. 8648 1
1 LRST class Indlarn motor ycln. 212'. Jcf-
ferson Ave. 3608 I
HOWARD piano, good Condition '1 bar 1
gain. Address x. care Standard-Examiner.
LET as sell your mr 1 tan Auto Tire
hange. 2224 "yashhigtOn av 36Q'j
CAN V.RY birds singers 221 Twenty nfth
S FEW good uncalled for suits, two pairs
of pants With eer suit, cheap Scotch
Woolen Mills. 230 j Washington Ave, 3371
HOSE, counter, m-cyele smokestack,
camera, tripod, surveyor's tape. P 333
CANARY bird.i. 2220 Lincoln avence
PIANOS and other musical Instruments
Terms without Interest. Pantont. 8874
UNCALLFD lor sulta tnilcr made. t,i
reduction. Gordon s 211 j Twunty-ftftn ;
P; Phone 119 ilb7
PAINTS AND VARNISH
Buy your paint at Stowc's a.nd wive
money. 1&00 Waahington uvfnuu Phono 1
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Stale of t lab. Office of State Road Com
mission, Salt Lake City, Utah
S. .iled hldt: will be received by the
State Road Commission of I'tah. State
Capitol. Salt Like Cltv I'tah. at 2 o'clock'
P. tn,, July 27. 1920, nnd at that time
publicly opened, lot grading and con- '
structlng an elghleen-foot (IS footi bitu 1
'minous concrete roadway on the stat '
loud between Ogden :,nd 1 I lint .11. n ,.,
tanee of 7 36 miles. In Wet, 1 County 1
'State of Ftah tho same being designated
I as Ftah Federal Aid Project No. 30 !
1 Pinna and specifications are on file In
the office of the State Rood Commission 1
;Salt Lake City. Vtuh. and the office of
I Bureau of Public Roads. 406 Hudson
'Building Ogden Ftah.
The above plans and specifications may
I be obtained at th office of tin Stat
Ro oj 1 ommi -.-ion 01, dei,i);,lt Ing Five
I ($5.00) Dollars. Am additional Informa
tion may be secured from the '-'late High
way Engineer it SaL Like Cltv Ftah
The right to reject any or all bids ls'ro
Cash or certified check for Five Thou
sand Dollars ($5000.00) made payable to
; the Ftah Stat. Road Commission must ac
i company each bid as evidence of good 1
faith and a3 a guaranty that If awarded.
(th. contract the 1 luder win execute tho'
contract and give bond as reuuired
STATE ROAD COMMISSI -N
By IRA R DROWNING.
Set r- tary 2 ns
NOTICL TO CONTRACTORS
Notice Is hmoby given that Ogden City
I proposes to make the following public ln 1
provement, to-wit: Construct pavement In I
j Paving District No. 133, together with
w-ork Incidental thereto, according to'
plans speciil itlons and profiles on file I
In the office ol the City Engineer And I
sealed bids an- melted lor taid work and 1
I will be received at the offleo of the Cltv
Recorder In th. City Hall at Ogden I'tah" '
until ten o'clock, a m., on the 29th day I
of July. 1920 Instructions to bidder j
plans and specifications for said Improve?
.incut can ba .seen and examined at the of
fice of the Cily Engineer In the City Ha I
I of said city.
The right Is reserved to reject any and
I all bids and to WaiV( any defects
By order of tho Board of Commission
era of Ogden City, Utah, thl.s. the 8th day
of July. 1920.
C. T. MOYES.
Flr3t publication. July 9. 1920
Last publication. July 28. 1920
, Published In the Ogden Standard
I X inula r
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Scaled bid.i frill be received bv the Og
den City Board of Education at 538 Twcn
ty-flfth street, Ogden, Utah, until 8
o'clock Friday. July 30. 1920, for the. ereC
tlon of a manual t.ainlng building In con
nectlon with the- Ogden High School
I Separate bids are requested for; the
genera construction of the building, the
heating, and the plumbing, all as required
ti the plana and sp, c! f rn tions prepared
bj Leslie S, Hodgson and Mnl A Mc-1
Clenahan, Architects, at 30C Ecclea build I
j ing, Ogden. I'tnh.
Bidders must comply wlh the t'tah
I State Laws pertaining to certified checks I
aci ompanying bids and bond required !
with the i ontr-HCt.
The Board reserves the right to reject
nn or all bids
By order of the Board of Education of
EDWARD I RICH,
Pre: Ident ,
lOIV M. CLANCY.
Published Jub 20, 1920 to July 30.
1 en. in. m- . . 8708
OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS'
MEETING OF BON SOLDAT
Notice Id hereb) given that a special
meeting of the stockholders! of the Bon
I Soldat Mining Company will be held at
j the WeheT COUnt) Court House, In the
court room of Department No 1 thereof. I
In Ogden City Ftah. on Monday, the 2nd
day of August. 192 . at 8 o clork p ni . for
1 the purpose, of electing new directors and
onsld. 1 Ing and .i.ting upon a proposition
to sell tho patented mining claims of said
company and reorganizing the same.
This nolicc Is given by virtue of an
thority vested In mc a 9 the owner and ;
holder of one third of the capital stock of
the suid Bon Spldat Mining Company
GEORGE W MILLER.
Date of first publication. July 18, 1920.
Last publication, August 2 1920.
HID LEY WINS
SAN FRANC1SC, July 23. Bug
Rollev, claimant of the Pacific Coast
bantamweight championship, won a
ucolslon over Jimmy Dundee, Oakland
'featherweight, hi .1 four round boul
1 here tonight Ridley scored a knock
down In tho first round.
; 1 1
2 00 lER LINF PE" MONTH
ANYTHING New or OIO
ANVTIIiNG A to Z new or old
hoi ght. sold or traded-. Phons 333. ,
OOOK5 AND STATIONERY
Bra m well Look and Stationery. 23r.;
; Washington Ave Phono 360. 205S ,
! C A N K I N Q
I'tah Natitonal Hunk, pouthenst corner
Tw4nty -fourth and Washington Phono 61
it Heber " McKay Chiropractor. 212
Coi Hudson Building 3243
CARPENTER AND JOBBER
F. Strupplck. earp.-nter and Jobber 158
I Twent v third Bt Phone 1Q18. 3422 j
K. Van Kampen for uphotterlnr. cur
pets cleaned, altered and la'd Rcmaklnit 1
of mattrespes. Phon 2752-J.
Expert carpet 1 leaning tnat'ress reno
Vatins upholstering, and springs re- I
Stretched Cn.li E. J. Hampton Co..'
Feath-i renovating Phono 3536-W
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Thone 133. 2258-CO Washington Ave.
CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES
Matsuha A: Co lending Jopr.ncso res
taurant 'n Ogden 27:1 ?4lh St.
DRESSMAKING and silk shirts made to
order. Phone 1095 M 622 Thirtieth St I
The New Method Dentists aro special
Ists In all branches of Dentistry J46J
Washlntton Ave. iWS
Ogden Engraving Servlcn ' maMm
of line cuts In one or mo.-n nlors. 416
Twenty-fourCa street I'noN 63.
Geo D Berinott. corporation and group
Insurant peclnii Fh,ono 121-W Hit
JUNK AND HIDES
Vestcrn Hldo & .Vunk Co.. 232J Wash
ington Av. Phone fr.i
Oglen 1 ink Houe 7i59 Washington
ve Phone 210.
kuui t, REPAIRED
Roofs repaired and painted Call 945 J.
WlUard Kay real estate and loans
2474 Washington Vve Phono 409 1S74
Garbage and rubbish hauled, cesspools
and toilets cleaned. John Chlpp 4i Co
Phone 828, 2348 BudsOli Avenue. 1733
TRUNKS AND BAGS
TrunK and bag retiring, round cor
ner from Standard. Gtllacher's. '373 Hud
EXPERT window ond wall paocr clean
ing American W Indow Cleaning. Ph. CSJ
W m. Van Der Woude. Iteensed sewer
digger an l wati r service. Scuer cleaning,
etc . cess pools Phone 2115 W 925 Rush
ton St 3524
Consolidating n : con l inlng the offices
of County Clerk and County Auditor In
Weber County, State of Utah.
The Board of County Commissioners of
the Countv of Weber In the State of
I'tah, ordains as follows
Section 1. That the offices of Countv
Clerk and County Auditor of Weber
County. In the State of Ftah be. and thi
same are hereM- consolidated and com
blncd as provided under and bv virtue
of Section 1152 of the Compiled Laws of
Ftah 1917. and the respective duties of
the County Clork and County Auditor In
Weber County. State of Ftah. for the
years 1921 and 1922 shall be performed
by the person who idiall be elected Countv
Clerk of Weber County, SLatc of I'tah. at
the general election to be held on No
Vember 2, 1920 and (ho person who shall
he so elected shall he ex-Offlelo Auditor
of Weber County, in the State of Ftah.
for the curs 1921 and 1922.
Section 2. This ordinance shall he in
January. A. L 1921, said date hc-lng not
less than three mcnths after the passage
Passed tins' 12th day of July. A. D 1920,
ComniLsaloner John M. Child voting eye
Commissioner Datus H Ensign voting
MARTIN P PROW N
Chairman of the Board of County
Commissioners in and for Weber
Countv. SLatc of Utah.
W VLTEE N F VRR
County Clerk and ex Officio Clerk
of the Board of County Com
missloners In and for Weber
Countj , State of Utah
In the District Court of Wehcr County.
State of Ftah
Kamaklchl Solto. Duntaro Rurato, Ya-
BUke Kishl, Bntaro Yoshlmura nnd
Yukata 'Ionia, plaintiffs, vs T EJlma
The State of Ftah to the Said Defendant
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty day after sendee of this
summons upon von. If .served within the
county In wbl'h this action Is brought,
otherwise, within thirty da.vs after serv
Ice, and defend the above entitled action
and In case of your failure so to do.
Judgment wll be rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the complaint,
which has been filed with the clerk of said
This action Is biijnt to recover n
money Judgment against the said defend
ant for the sum of $1125 00 and for the
costs and disbursements of said action
R S FVHNSWORTH.
P O Address- Room 3. Utah National
Rank Building. Ogden City. Ftah
In the District Court of the Second Jndl
clal District. In and for Wc-bcr County,
State of Ftah.
In Re Application of Frank Hasson to
Chongo His Name to Frank Von Mohr
The petition of Ftank Iliifon, praying
that the court make and enter Its decree
I ..iiting him to change his namo from
Frank Hasson to Frank Yon Mohr will
be heard by Department 2 of said court
on Monday, the 8nd day of August. 1980,
at 10 a. m., In tho court room of said
court, at Ogden City Ftah.
Witness my hand and tho seal of this
court hereunto affixed this 29th day of
WALTER N FARR, Clerk.
C P. HOLL1NGS WORTH. Attorney for
Consult County Clerk or me Respec
tive Signers for Further
Estate of Tanies M Thomas, deceased
The priltion of Mbit T. Thomas, pray
ing for the admission to probate of the
Inst will and testament of said decen.se, I,
and for the appointment of herself a thi
executrix thereof, and that Letters Testa,
men tary thereon ba duly Issued In the
manlier provided bj law, In the above en
titled matter has been set for hearing be
fore Hon A. W, Agree, Judge on Monday,
the 26th day of July, 1920 at two (2)
o'clock p. m., at the Countv Court Houso,
In the covirt room of said court. In Ogdc-n
City. Weber County, Utah,
Witness, the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed thl.s 14th day of
WALTER N FARR.
Bv AGNES SMITH.
HARRIS & JENSON, Deputy Clerk
Attorneys for Petitioner
Estate of James M Thomas. Deceased.
Tin- petition of Mary T Thomar. pray
ing for the admission to probate of tho
last will and testament of said deceased,
and for the appointment of herself as the
executrix thereof, and that Letters Testa
mentary thereon bo duly issued in the
manner provided by law. in the above on
titled matter, has been bet for hearing be
fore Hon A. W. Agee. Judge, on Monday,
thi 26th day of July, 1880, St two (2)
o'clock p. m at the county court house
in tho court room of said court, In Ogden
City, Weber County, Utah,
Wllm :: the Clelk of said court, v. nh
iln seal thereof alflxed, thla 14th day ol
W ALTER N FARR.
I .-, Vgn. -s Smith. 1 I"" ' lei k
Harrli 8 fenson, ntorneya Pgj tiojtsj
Pastel drawings flrM appeared InJ
tho seventeenth century,
MAYFLOWER SET I
OUT JUST 300
YEARS AGO TODAY
Unique Celebration of Event
Held at Southampton, Eng
land on Tercentenary
SOUTHAMPTON. Eng. July 84.
Scenes attending the departure three
hundred years ago pf that little band
of adventurers known to history as1
the Pllsrrim fathers were re-enacted
today In a pageant Inaugurating a
four days' celebration of the torccn
tenary of the siillng of the Mayflow
er. The pageant was preceded by a
luncheon tendered by tho lord-mayor.
Thero were four hundred guests nt
the luncheon. Including prominent
American nnd British official life
and the heads of arlous Anglo-American
By staging today's pageant which
la entitled " John Alden's Choice" at
the ancient quay-sldo near the west
gate through which the Pilgrims left
because no roadway existed, and garb
ing the performers in Puritanical
dress in attempt was made to have
the reproduction as historically faith
ful as possible, The gate has remain
ed throughout the Intervening centur
ies OS a notable monument to the Pil
Outstanding events of American
history. Including the Boston tpa par
t'. Lincoln making hi address nt
Gettysburg and American intervention
In the recent world war were deplet
ed In tho pageant
Yankee Troops Should Be
Brought Heme,. Senator
Jim Reed Declares
WARRENSBURG Mo., July 24
J Voicing a warning that another Euro
Ipean war of major proportions is
; looming L'nRed States Senator James
! Reed in an address urged that Ameri
can troops be brought home
He declared the present 'Ituitlon as
.between Russia and Poland grew out
of "Polish ambition, Japanese cupldl
ty and the greed of Great Britain for
further British trade terrltorj "
After attacking the league of na
! tions covenant and reviewing tho Po
pish sltuitlon, Senator Reed said "I
.especially challenge attention to the
i terrible danger In which we now stand,
j We hive 18.000 of our soldiers now in
Europe. What is to be their fate?
There .still exists a technical condi
tion of war. It already has been con
strued to Include the right of the
nrnaMonl ' a .Animqn.li-r.lnhU .-.t
I the army to move these troops Into
I Russia Many of them served there,
i the last 12 months. Thoy can at any
I moment be thrown legally or Illegally
I Into the conflict They may at any
moment be attacked. If they are, the
I United States is at war without any
'action whatever on the part of con
l gross, for when our armies are at
tacked, a state of war exists whether
I It has been legally declared or not "
I "Every moment v keep our soldiers
in Europe, they are a menace to us. I
'cannot over-estimate the gravity of the
situation as It now appears."
'ADMITS DEED FOR WHICH
BROTHER GOT LIFE TERM
! LOUISVILLE. Ky., July 2. Beck
'ham Yoates, who recently enlisted,
wag arrested at ('amp Zachary Tay
j lor today as a result. It is said, of
boasts that lie killed Elijah Serpent at
I Whitesburg, Ky . for whose murder his
; brother, Uriah, was sentenced to life.
(Imprisonment. Another brother, Rob
!ert, is held for trial.
I There was a love affair between
Uriah and Sergenl's daughter, Edith.
Jand a marriage license had been ob
jtained, but Serpent had it revoked in
! court. Sergent disapperred December
24, 1919, and a week later his mutilat
led body was found in the mountains
ICLEMENCY EXTENDED TO
SACRAMENTO. Cal.. July U
Governor Stephens has granted a
pardon to George W Ulaker. sentenced
lo the San Queniin penitentiary for
life for the murder of T. W. Cook
in 1905 Blaker, then 1 G years old.
held up Fook and killed hlru when
he resisted. Blaker Is on parole
'SHAMROCK IV IS MADE OF
CEDAR CUT IN OREGON
PORTLAND, ore., Jul) 21. Sham
rock IV was made of Oregon cedar,
according to Frank 13 Tichenor. dep
uty I nited States marshal here to
day, from Port Orford. Tichenor
said the lumber was cut in tho John
son mill on the Coquille river at
Port Orford and shipped to England.
GIANT AIR LINER WILL BE
LAUNCHED IN MILWAUKEE
MILWAUKEE, Wis., July. 24. An
nouncement is made today of the ox
pected i-tunehing in Milwaukee of a
new air liner next month, designed
to surpass anything constructed
either in America or Europe lor pas
senger and freight carrying capacity.
The craft, it is said, designed for
night 11ving will sail noiselessly and
Will have a lilting capacity of 5,000
AIRPLANES BOUND FOR
FORT SNELLINO, Minn.. July 24.
Four army airplanes, en route from
Mineola tfj Alaska, departed at Kl 45
a in today for Fargo, N D. the next
scheduled Stop. Tho aviators expect
to reach Fargo early this afternoon
H I VMUE IS DIS.M1I. I l
FALMOUTH, England. July 23.
The American steamer Aranihl, hound
from Hartlepool for Hampton Roads,
put Into Falmouth today with auxil
iary Injection valve fractured.
The Ogden Auto Directory mU
WHERE THEY ARE AND WHAT 'THEY DO I
All makes of batteries repairea and recharged. Exide Battery Sta- f
tion, 2359 Hudson Avenue 3741
Weber Taylor Motor Co., 2333 Hudson Avenue Chalmers and Max-
well sale3 and service. Phone 143 3742 I
McLaughlin-Storey Auto Painting Co., 1715 Washington. 3773
Hudson Auto Top Co., 1717 Washington. 3772
Cars of all makes. Terms. Let us sell your car. Utah Auto & Tire
Exchange. 2224 Washington. 3771
Automobile insurance. R. G. Agee. Phone 69. 3774
Willard Battery Station, 2454 Grant avenue 3738 J
Commercial bodies, automobile painting. Sidney Stevens Imp. Co.
Northeast Service Station. Oheesman Auto Co. 3786
Oldsmobile trucks and touring cars, Briscoe cars, Gramm-Bemstein
trucks. White-Robinson, 2300 Washington. Phone 340. 3739
Ogden Auto Radiator Co.. 2329 Hudson Avenue. 3740
' , .
REVEAL NOTE ON
New Treatv Will Conform to
Principles of the League
TOKIO, July 23 (By the Associ
ated Pre8) The foreign office today
Issued a note containing tho text of
, a Joint communication by Japan and)
Great Britain to the leapuo of nations!
notifying the leaguo that they will rec-
1 ognlze tho principle of the covenant of j
the league In connection with the re
newal of the Anglo-Japaneso alliance. J
should that alliance be renewed next
! Tho text of the note of the foreip-n
"In view of the fact that the term
of ten years for which the Anglo-;
Japanese agreement of alliance Is pro-;
vlded to remain In force expires July,
13, 1921. the governments of Japan I
md Great Britain after an exchange of I
. 11 wh addressed the following Joint
communication to the league of na-1
tlon.s July 8:
The governments of Japan and
Great Britain have coino to the con
, In -Ion that the Anglo-Japanese agree
ment of 1911 now existing between the
two countries, though In harmony with
the spirit of the covenant of the league
of nations, Is not entirely consistent
with tho httcr of that covenant, which
both Kovernments earnestly desire to
They, accordingly, have the honor
Jointly to inform the league that they
n rnl.-.e 1 he principles th.it If the s.Ud
agreement he continued after July,
1921, it must be In a form not Incon
sistent with that covenant '
PITCHER, 6 FEET 7,
WHO NEVER LOSES
GAME, JOINS TEAM
. BOSTON. Julv 24 "Al" Clay
ton of Dayton. 0 . who Is 3lx feet,
seven inches In height and weighs
215 pounds, has been added to tho
Boston Americans' pitching staff
Manaser Barrow announced today
that the young giant w ho has been
playing semi-professional ball,
would report to the team at Cleve
I land next Wednesday.
Clayton is 21 years old and hai
not lost a game in two years, it
is reported His most recentl"
accomplished feat was the win
ning of four games in one week.
In a throwing match a short time
ago Clavton hurled a baseball
PROTESTS BRITISH FAVOR
TOWARD POLISH NATION
COPENHAGEN, Jul.. 21. Maxim
Litylnoff, assistant commissioner of
foreign affairs In the Russian soviet i
government, in a telegram today trom ;
Reval announced that the Russian
delegation was leaving that city. The
delegation was named to deal with j
I Great Britain relative to resumption
M. Lltvlnoff explained the depar
ture as due to the fact that at tho '
last moment the British made the ;
delegates' admittance subject to 'he
acceptance of an armistice with Po-I
"This making of new conditions !
flouts all international law and
throws a revealing light upon the
partiality of the British government j
Iln iIih Rusao-Pollah controversy," he!
CARDINAL GIBBONS AT 86
IS IN BEST OF HEALTH
WESTMINSTER. Maryland. Jul
24. Cardinal Gibbons, quietly ob- '
served the 86th anniversary of his j
birth yesterday with Bishop Daniel
, O'Connell of Richmond Vn., and Bish
lop Corrigan. the cardinals auxiliary
int Boston, as the guests of Robert'
IShrlver, near Union Mills The car-I
dinal celebrated mass in the private
! chapel and spent a part of the day i
'reading telegrams of congratulation1
from priests, bishops, cardinals and;
! friends In all parts of the world
The venerable prelate who has been ;
25 years a cardinal and over half a
century a priest, is in the best of I
TO MEET AT THE HAGUE
THE HAGUE. July 22 Along with
Its other projects, the jurists' con- j
ference which is endeavoring to es
tablish a permanent court of Inter
j national Justice will send to the coun
Icll of the league of nations a recom
mendation that it call a series of
conferences on International law sim
ilar to those held at The Hague be
fore the war Invitation to partici
pate would bo extended to nil coun
tries which previously were repre
sent Including the central powers.
Certain tribes of India prepare an
intoxicant from the hemp plant.
CHU RCHES j I
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL Locat
led on Adams between Twenty-fourth
jand Twenty fifth streets. Rev. God
frey Matthews, minister. Divine wor
ship and sermon at 11 o'clock. Sunday
school at 12 o'clock- Dr. E. P. Mills,
SECOND CONGREQATIONAI Lo-
cated on Washington avenue near
First street. Rev Godfrey Matthews,
minister. Bundaj rchool at 2:30 p.
m.. under th3 guidance of Mr J. M.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN John Ed-
ward Carver, pastor. Sunday morning
worship at 11 o'clock Theme, "The
Natural Law in Sacrifice." Sunday
school at 10 o'clock Union evening j
worship in First Methodist church, j
Christian R Garver preaching the ser
mon. ENSIGN.; GOSPEL MISSION. 2468
Wall avenuo. Sunday services, 8 p. m..
preaching and testimonial meeting.
Onl yone meeting a duy during the hot
season. Open every evening at 8 p.
m for prayer and testimony. Dona
tions: American Bible and Tract So
, clety, one pulpit Bible and one dozen
gospel song bookr; financial aid from
three Mends. The W. C T U. will
i stand by the mission financially and ;
otherwise. Pmlse the Lord The mis- I
sion workers are oncouraged. I
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
i Located on Twenty-fourth street, next I
; to the court house Christian R. Gar
iver. pastor. 10 a. m., Sunday school. i
C. M Wilton, superintendent. Classes
for all. -11 a. m.. morning worship,
jseermon theme, "The Compulsion of
Love." 12 m , class meeting. 7 p m..
Epworth league. A good topic, a help
ful and interesting time. 8 p m., eve- i'H
ning worship Sermon theme: "The
Captain of the Ship." This is a union
service and the sermon will hp
preached by the pastor of the Metho- j
dist church. 2 p. m . Wednesday pray
er and praise service, followed by a iH
study in the life of Christ. iH
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCI
ENTIST Corner Monroe avenue and
Twenty-fourth street. Regular servcie
at 11 o'clock Sunday morning Sub- I
Ject, "Truth." Sunday school 9 45 a.
m. Wednesday evening testimonial
meetings at 8 p. m. Reading rooms at iH
",12 First National bank building.
Rooms open daily from 12 noon to 5 p.
m., except Sundays and holidays.
CHURCH OF GOOD SHEPHERD I
Corner of Grant avenue and Twenty- H
fourth street, opposite pnstof f ice. John H
W. Hvslop, rector. The eighth Sun
day after Trinity. St. James, tho
Apostle. Church school at 9 45 a. m. H
Morning prayer and sermon at 11
o'clock All are welcome. The Camp H
Fire Girls will meet on Monday even- 1
ing at 7 o'clock In the Guild hall 1
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Grant
avenue, Ju.st north of postofflce. Dr. H
Ray Palmer, minister Services Sun
day as follows. Bible school. 9:45 a.
m." Captain J. Ray Ward, superln
tendent; morning worship, ll a- m., H
sermon by the minister; theme, "Jesus H
Chris the I leslre of All Nations "
B. 1 P U.. 7 p. m. Miss Maud
Stevens, superintendent; Miss Helen 1
Oi-ooe, president. Evening service at
S o'clock Sermon by Dr. Palmer,
subject "Pilgrims of the Night." Dr.
Palmer will leave Monday for his -vacation.
The pulpit will be supplied
each Sunday morning while he Is
,twa, but the congregatlo nwill Join
on Sunday evenings in tho union sor-
BUM ENGIJSH L V THER A
CIII HC II i urn. i- if Jefferson ana
Twent -third street, Arthur E. Olsen.
pastor Sunday school services and
Bible classes every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Because of the Illness of the pastor,
the morning services hno been can
celled. Evening services at 8 o'clock.
A theological student. Carl Glad will mU
occupy the pulpit Sunday evening Ills
theme' will ho, "Tho Heavenly Caller." mVM
b used on Rev 3 20. On Tuesday the
Brotherhood will meet at the home of
John Sander 241 Healy avenue On
Wednesday afternoon at 2: SO o'cloeu
the Ladles' Aid society will meet at
tho home of Mrs E. Holstrom, 2141 mmM
HIGHER RAILROAD RATES
ASKED IN WASHINGTON
OLYMPIA. Wash July 24. Sup
plemental petition for increases in
i ,t and passenger rates to meet
advances granted railroad em
i by the railroad labor board wee
filed with 'ho state public service
commission today by C T. M. Reid.
attorney for the association of rail
wav executives. The new rate would
applv to all roads in the state under
the authority of tho association. I
FAKE "DRY" AGENTS
BLOW OPEN SAFE
ST. LOUIS. Mo, July 24. Six men,
who it was said, represented them- mVM
selves as federal prohibition agents,
today entered the home of W. S. Ire
land a local manufacturer, and after MWmt
blowing the safe, escaped with cash. mVM
lewelry and papers valued nt $13,000 M-VM
Mr Ireland, according to police, said mmmt
the nun forced their way Into his f-VJH
bome on the pretext that they had U-mm
come "for that whisky." pJBJJS
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