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Hi TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER l
fm FOR SALE
)j Real Etta tr
V k DWNKH six room modern ex-cit
BP lict. Partly fiirni-he,) Lot r.,"ix1."tn. cm r
Mm W ' n'1 chicken houM and good nm. i
BMjp TVIce $4209. Terms, location 21 1 1 Q'lln
I I ' : i v.
BBBJ NLT five room nt bargain. Tfrnu
BBH ill Croea HH
B WS have for Imnirdmtc rate, four room
i' modem fi imc bungalow, cement
OBBJ j basement, kitchen cabinets, screened
KH j torch. etc. Now vnranl. immediate poa-'
M j aeaalon. $J2Jn $.Vm cash. 3" month. A I
KBBB j 'red K Stratford. 2250 Washington av
rBBBal nu Phone M3 W or 2304-J. SIM
L-BbBBJ SMITH V FLINDERS CO
BflBH j ''ommerclat National Bank Bide
BBBB. j R. A. Bounder, City Dept.
BBH Five room strictly mod m tip to datt
BBH I brick home lor-nled 2'-j blocks from Wash-
BBBB I ii.gton .on bench Oood garngv. new hum.
BBH lot 45x130 feet ran be had nt a bargain i
BBBB H taken at
wt Four room modern brick located In
V south part of town. $3(00.
M Klght room modern close tn, good baae- !
f'BBB ment. large lot. 14800,
I flBB We have a number of pnrth modern
BBB I homes that .in l- bought at n bargain I,
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Bk I ARMS -FARMS I
laBBBB ' 27 acres choice land, four room frame I
IH house. 10 acres nlfplfa. balance In goo-J : ;
- I ni-tltlon for ol bo
Bj 1 long I.. -in.
MW 10 acres, five i r.r,m hou'c This i a gotvl
BaBBB I 37 acres, only two m out. 11 share ,
BB ) Davfa and Weber Minl slock, new fiame
BBB I house Can be made n place worth twice :
Bl What; W ask for II Priced for quick salejj
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Br liwaya see smith &- Kllndcra Co, about, r
a? JBBI '.mlnir i,r t, ' I TO e,a rnrll(
my OWNER Modern well bulll
.,. A home in beat location In cit)
vj Suitable to mnk- 'our .small apart
,". ment 600 Twentj f.-'nlh I'hon
". 610 B1S3
V SET3N room brick, good location, must
4 A old in- Phonr- n.' I " " 1
i i t; i oom modi rn brick d ling M
KrH chaser Trice J52.r.'t PnvlPK and nil ki
JR;;riS i ,r'' and gwiiaral mxes paid. o. A, Kin
lp; 49 nsjdy, baaemenl Utah National baildlns,
jf Phoni 'i L
l."T iiv'ij: sidewalks, sewci and watei
wm ' - v
18000 Pour-room modern, close m on
- Twenl Lrcct on
from lot large ecplns no
A-t gn 1 1 i mi nt b
$3750 I'lvt room modern In flood condition
r Jfm dnnd ho
$4700 Klve room brick luingsilow, nn ni
I pon hi s hardwood floors
HjaPPI evervthlng In first class condition:
X r M CI
M ,.rn. KMi-ar.e CnclOSI . Ii plnn
I PtU lrrb all hi '
ZSH tlful lawn and fruit. Terms.
iSJ Upi r.ir propert) U salt with lie. Our
4flMpJ ,rlve vou horn .-.I r,.l i car I tr. v
GUARANTY MORTGAGE CO. :
Phones 2S0. 2S1 116 Twenty fourtlSt.
7 r; rM I..-..I-. i: .j. i 1 '
Ai win bus
secure loans and write Insurance, i navi
IH . room brick with turnHuro, ' -room i
! MB with i
i ,,y,u-ni 111000 0I lv.-.ni(!
nV! "lik. i eiVrV. h-..- .-nvtoiners fn J
a 5 and G room houses. List your property
W.i lilnct.m VV PhOtV ' 10
k modern cholc
on h n. h 1 '"" ' "" 1
Jr and paved street $ir,5o. Baay lrma. 1
g Double hou u-'
j 1K5 close in on bench and paved utreet. ,
J Bargain at 88600. lave In one rent one j
B 1 Easy terms. B K. Brmtz, I1 Beolaa Bldr.
M. i it .r.oi r. Vdama avenui betwi
ill Thlrt flral md Thirl ond J
quija L685 W aajngtow - i 1 '' '
laaal .. ... ...mi i. r,n . . ,,.ni l.n -nn-nl. t
HJ lot 60x150. also fiirT.ltiin for four room
1 I . n l"7 W ...-l.'ni.'..n m B08C
U ) : y OWNKK l"ive icn frame lio'i
i carage and r.hed corner lot 53xn2. fruli
Jr and shde; paving Pftld. In-iulro 2-0S
J Washington oi 550 Fourth street Term.
PI, on. I 1L
I i" ACRES four ml Ihwei ol 1 1
'nj -with rood well, fenced, under Davla and
tM Weber canal Will rent or sell water with
MM land T i ... I i.
j ;. . ' 1 .' i . . P-l'U-
Jf4 BY OWNER Seven room modern house
full cement basement. lmillc ganre.
j -, v. i sir, t. 860 1 v."li"." 9J8
II VACANT loi nnd ri room frntm 1
and Urge lot, close In. Phone 2004 R
I BEVBV m Btrh !! n.o.l.'rn n. u bunga-
low Kvervthlng a li'tle bitter Twcnn
Hvlh and AdnmM r'''
y ,Vi )!,...!.. No ' . M'l I I I o I '
JUk" Posrd hous. . JJO'ir.. nn f.-.ui i " In
OLl $1100 Five room brlcli modern. cjpf '
AW? hlgli si hool Inquire 2 rhlrl
17 i i h : I i ni -139 W
)V I I ; I . .. 1 1 ' "ni i ' ii
I 0f 'n,x it; feel Be cral variel "'
JM i rcea barn and chli en run: good tci
fR i irrht foi pia.-e Ser- Owner, 325 Thin .
fourth iti el oi Phone 2597-J 1 1 '
H M ro 'ii. mini. -ni at 2r'2: Grumercj
nue Only $ssoo.
Vt Five houaea for 7000 firin; nhout $10u
H s month rent.
; Six room moilein. Onlj (8000 ,
Ianv mora good deals. Come and see i
mo befote ou buy I save ou money.
j ?n2 Thirty ftiih street. Phono 81S8-W,
'. i U room- l.i 111 r.:i -. Jllil :i
HI $2;oo. 600 caah, Owner, S39 Twenty
in i mi;-; HOMES in Mi;s
H Some real good bua In some of the,
latest Dutch designed homes now open
to the public today and every day until j
sold Located on Twenty-fifth wire, t and '
19 ACRES with or without ciop. one-half j
mile north of Clearfield on main atate
toad Ideal fnrm. liionn 11 U 1 1608
BY OWNER Four room i-.if.Ji rn brick
liotise. large lot. oil In beat of condition
M at ReaionabUl for cash. 801 Thlrl first.
(f' V. OWNKP. -U .rn b,t.
I SI.'OQ. 2668 Monn.. I8U
I W L. PORTER, Real Estate nd ionns.
237C Wachlngton uvenue. Pnono 187(5.
I 1H3 1
1 TWO homea tor tin price oi one Doubli
MM Pl eased brick coiiukc. modern except '
H heat, Call morning. Evenlnga alter 6 30 1
H by appointment 2C;'. Mnnmu i.vrnin-
I Phone 1 i 4 Ml
BUILDING v. ith 8000 aquare fi oi of floor j
space and real estate, aul table for auto
shop, email factory or plunlng mill. Sonic!
machinery and motors to go with shop If'
buyer wants them. Also a seven room,
two-story brick residence. All goes nt a !
great bargain. You will have to hurry i
Sea Owner, 1561 Twenty fifth street.
IDEAL HOME I""1; SALE
Klght rooms and bath. 1221 Twenty-fifth
street. Immediate possession. Apply on
prcmlacs evenings between 6 and 7:30
p. m.. or to 5. H Roberts. Cashier Joint
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
MRS. S .). RAKICR 273 1 Madison Phon
LARGE clean rags wanted at Standard- I
KxamlneT office. 437.1 1
I fxJrsall j
NEW maltiess for salr cheap If taken
at once. M9 Twenty sixth In rear Thone
27 ul 309
riFI L rrot ) blai k wicki ibr
PMggy for eek 2S3f Grnmercy. 5160
Ml S T rn ht onrc. plnyer ptnno. oriran.
bed. sprtnirs nnd mattrcsa. two rockers,
one wash atand. sit kitchen chairs. lahy
carriage, one kitchen table. Mason fruit
jars, I'hnn.' 2.167, :,H7
I VRTLEI T .- f3 I .11 at Orel, ,
west aide canyon road. Can deliver on
th. rtth nnd lOtfa. Phone SCSf'R. Merlin
CUT flow i it Pingr c'a 2861 Plngn
venue Phone i .' E i ",
CHOICE i . i , hn.i - .,-u
-nap'. I. p Stone. 74 Twelfth Si :n77
i furnll i ii ...... i.
Dinno. cheap for rjh. .Must be rold nt I
on. . i jhonj J1..7 X 1 1 ; j
' ' N 1 1 ' piano rln ip i -hiiiinon v . ..
P - ."'ii .1 ;n7i '
OOODfan i ? i .7. ;,. ; .
M' ' I I I . I, . ; . I,.,,. ,,. I-,.-, ....
( " to bnlld now Phont 8810. 5072 j
compli re i ; . - -i r io ti
Jul what the shipper needs to know
Chance for hlpplnc clerk to become trif- ;
fie .xre-t. ::. I- L. R. .Standard-Exam. 1
GUNS FOR SALE.
One P. II tirade Parker lfi gauges new',
run, cost jhc. with 80 inch barrels, P.-lce !
I6C, One G. M Grade Parker 10 gaugS.l
-ost $100. Prl.e 150. 3in Tw.-n' sixth
ioi - iToi i . .... ,. 7717 ils
rii'i ; ii iii il reel Be; ond fiooi 6043
IRAPEJ h 77 TbTi SpnntTH i
Ighl hand aide, Fjeldtagj (030 1
;lI.M.j room set. 25!0 Gntmci-v Phon
I 01 ' ' 1
L VTEST i lah late hi toi Phont -
PUREE n chicken fMrm Phone S8S9
1 T-7o7n77T77n77n71777 :, . 2:n
I PIPELESS vacuum fumacc for houst ol
l five to elglit rooms. Easily Installed In
new or old hou.ic. Bargain Phone 8199c
I IC ' . hard ji i.'
i i ii ... " '. Tn m Mirth
Phom 281S r 4
CAN i i ES T77 .t.t--. . iTngeri tl
j Lincoln 967
0 .-ii.- OERT( ...in. ind pi .i: - ,ii
v. .iiiuv; If'Hl XS'a.ihlngtt.ii
L EG . .'ii i it ii .
. Jeffarjon. 4n.1i
1 I cov '"j.. 1 1 rlson Phone
2907 M t
DfXINti iwiin .set. sanitary courb pra
range, laundry stove. 2350 Harrison
. 1818 W , 1948
I BEST values in pianos, phonographs and
I Violins, Terms without Interest. Pan
torn . ilnth and Hudson 1945
1 i I . i n.l I i ' - ' i . 1
12.75 per shan C II 126-W 4946
HEATING itovc fol sale 156 Patterson
i 'i m'.s for it i ; toi ;c str. -i. . :tlnton
I lull. 1861
VIOl ERN Groom brick and furnishings;
Inru'e lot: lose In Snap Leaving Phone
888 I M '.
'i IRSE for Jii 5 Ighl 1 100 pound - 608
1 street. 4801
:i ind hogs for sale 724
V'e i Twenty fourth street, 4787
CAXNMNG io . i... . 7".- ..n.l Ti l.n I-. i
Spt'ng P.luff Farm Rlvcrdalc. Phone
i 5 VYHTTE IjOghom pullets, num. 1248
G Inj '
t Ivi.Al.l.l 1 1 ioi 6.Jlt.i, uulor n,.-iOe; M
reduction Gordon's, fll-35 Twvnty-fif:n
PAINTS. AND VARNISH
Buy your paint at StAWe'S and save
t i . 1800 VVashington avenue. Phor.o
I "WAlfEB j
I Situations j
NIGHT watchman or porter; good refer-,
enoasi ex merchant policeman Box 50, I
Stands rd Examiner. Sill1
- Ti :." ;i; ri ' n; v. 1 1 b r.i inic '
iKiokkeeplnir wishes permanent position 1
Phone -.".I I .
HrTLTi care for child o( employed par-nt-
nt m homo Phone rtKii M. 4f'76
WANTED bj experienced I tpinv '
koo.i orK i:iiarani.-in. a, h, . zwsu
Qulncy avenut . 433s
j Wanted j
THREE or 3',i lrc;i wngon with box and
jduinp boards. 426 Thirty-sixth street
..I" ! b i I w .ii . - i:
at yotir yard Ous Jensen. 3 4 .t 4 Vashlnr
ton l venue l'h one 2399 1996
DTJl KS. i;. . -c chickens Phon.- i .'fi
. '.in. . -'. i d (.. tr.'.:
LARGE clean rags wanted ut the Stand
ard Exnmim i- office 430
CARD ra?,. tontnlnlng B of R T ir
1 'i.i. Phoni 1045 l ' u i.. q i 613-,
1 ini BR ring 1 I with thre 1 libit a ind
two diamonds. In Palace Candy Kitchen.
Rt rn to 1 hi Market Rt n a rd 5163
i i;ii'" ptirst loal .11 Lagoon Baturdaj
niflH between dance hall and train. Ke
ward Phone ID R-2. 5134
VLL grt en pin- n talnlni; SO 1 '1 l...t
on Thirty-fourth or Lincoln, Reward.
8234 Wall avenue. 5120
1 ' in pa lope 1 larkt d
Martha Christen son Reward Phono
r. w . mi.-i
'-' "-'T- 1 b 7" ,, I,..,, ' 1 nion.
Name. C. V f anxil Finder please leave at
1 ' : Tv. . r. i fit 1 Ii St I '.. n i .1 5092
TEN ) i medal marked Pall I I
Service, ' Liberal reward Geo d Ben
" 'ol H'iil.--on Iniildlnif. 91S
7 Shrlher'a pin let with small
diamonds. Reward. Phono Chccsman,
SHEEP Ina'ilre 207 West Patterson
j To Rent
WANTED Furnished house suitable for
two fomiiies wiihout children Telephone'
' o' .'I I ! Ti'. .its I ,1 1 h SI 5108
1 m 1 RNiSHl D i. on- p - n, , . 77T
ern Photic 8500, Room s until 5 p ni
alter o p. m phone 3S0M, or Box 3o'
standard Ea miner.
SMALL modern furnished apartme'nt or
house; man wife and one child; refer-I
enees If desired. George Estubrook Phone
i i kmsi i i:i . 1 ,,, ,,,,, i..-. ,,
apartment, Wanted i r s Army ofiicer!
and wife Phone :i 6064
BY couple, mod rn furnished huiipii.-.n-or
home cloee to the Aero Cushion Tire
Company's factory Will lease for six
months. Phone Marion Hotel. Room 20b
iODERN unfurnished housi 01
apartment. Permanent tenant Box CM or I
phon-- 1581 5068
i i RN1SHED two or three room house 1
i.. care SI tndard Ex unlnt . 1987
r FORRENT j
i a. i. phone '
;1 u 5Q01
OHIO .... 'join . e ii I, I ,jr,v Phone i
j 4;.i,; I
GARAGE foi rent Close In, Phone 8887
The rifsl umbroll;: r.ot-n in this conn
try arrived in a shipment from Knc
land In July, 1770.
ll FOR SALE Autos J
Iodge ni7 Tourln?
Dodge 1118 Touring
Tin-it., ins Tourlne:
Dodge 191 Sedan
Phi. k i. . pi;
Bulck E 25 1?16
Ford i2a Sedan
Ford 1919 Sedan
Ford 1918 Sedan
Ford 1911 TourliiK
Ford 131K Tourinr
FI 'RD 1 rI ft Tourintt
Overland flub Roadster
Overland B-passenger TourlnK
Ml of above cars may be purchased on
our easy payment plan.
CH EES MAN ALTO CO.
256; Washlncton Ave Phone 325
FORD touring car good condition. $27."..
Vpplj Twentj : 'h and Gmnt
i FORD tom-in;.'. 1919 model well equip
pad. Phone 4T-R-6 5188
i i. I'll i... inner flr.-t rnt condition.
Phone 8899 .1 ,
I I I ' K I . . i nt . on. II
tlon. will sell for cash. Call S03 Plaza'
i: ri R -Dodge tniii-lnp r.ir In flrSl
class condition. 2329 Monroe Ave. Phone ;
i -"fM !
1917 i ord 'onrini; r 'r Bee circulation
i . i . ci i St i n n r.l F.x.n miner 4 1 '17 1
j FOR RENT j
THREE hou'ekeepiiik rooms, portly mod-1
' I in I 5158 j
Fi RNISHED Blefeplns room gentleman
preferred. $la a month. 3427 Adams. i
. I pori h, H0 month 949 Twent second
roMFiiK'iMni.E rooms for refined gen-
itlemen. 2666 Orchard Ave. Phone 2494-M.
FURNISHED I rooms, Galbreath 61 1 irl
Realtj 2482 Wnshinrtoii Ave 508(
TWO i i ... in complete)! rurnl hed rt
I ment' for adults '.' v. 'It-.nt w ""'-' ,
i CRGE furnish. d room for Rentli-man
1 I - . . .-t.ii Phoni- 14',:. .'"-'3 ,
CICELY furnished sleeping room ateaml
lieat and buth 2554'-. Wahintfton ace-
FRONT room suitable For one or two r n
tlcmen. Phone 2193-M 2629 Madison.
i p.ooms i, in- Hon i. :M-it; Granl 1984
' " S.r( IT,.; i oom; '."!'. TtMnt' ' . - - n 1 1 1
S! Phoi 2173 M 4M I
Kl RNISHED rooms 580 Twenty third
MODERN bnnqriiov. Becker's bridge nn-
yon. Phon. 808 4360
M I.MSHl I' rooms jr.io Jeff.-rson
1 '. 1 0 j
j txJIOent' j
I THREE rooms, 'isht. wster, toilet, closet i
: no children 27 In Jofforson avenue.
. 57 j
TWO and 3 room apartment, prlvati
bath Newly kalacmlned. Close In Phom.
; 1008 J 34 0". 1
HEMSTTTCHINQ and plcot edge. All
work full guaranteed Prompt service.
Wo rent, repair and furnish parts for all
I makes of sewing machines We have a
few more used machines nt n bargain
White Scwlpg Machine Co.. 2277 Wash
ington tvenm Phono :c.s4 5085
; I iRESSM VKING Cheat r Fhone
'-7 :r. M 4700 j
HI;MsTITi-MIN; rind plmiot eilpr. All
work (riiarantced. Prompt service Sin I
ger Sewing Machine Co.. 233S Washington.
rn i' it N pl'l'lrig done nt :24."i Wash 1
Insjton. 44G6 1
I RESSMAKINO end pliln BC wlnir 349 I !
Tim ' i Irit 4j . '
S I !N I Ni ; it .Mi". nt.-nntli 4 '. 4 , ,
HEMSTITCHING AND PICOT EDGE '
The LlghthoitSi 2452 Wohlntfton Ave.,
opposite the Plng.ec bunk Pnono 6S1
. -i . . . . ; t s.-rv ! Q 332 j I ,
II. in itUnni; plCOt elRe. buttons, pini - '
inr and pleating Second floor w H. I(
rlkrht A- Soi m Mr H L-nnan 1169 1
? I An r a T? rT Tn i rvr f I '
EXCHANGE One lot San Francisco, Cal .
1600 and three lots Oakland. Cal . $900.
Wli at have you to offer' P. O. Box 56S.
Ogden. i tnh 51.lt
j Ti) trad. !... In.ix:i7' -,n Sullivan
and Thirty first lor Ford car Call eve
in ;.t I I ' i -1 on " 7
OVERLAND Bargain Owner g.m.
It'll" ;-n lies 7 p. i . nl i-eferrerl r.illwa)
I Phone V I ; M
GIR who i experienced In operating an
I elevator. Apply John Scowcroft & Son. I
r ! i ind W ill -.i 10 1
I . I. i: ATt K op -1 a t o l i.Jl Ei.-l.-r Pldk- !
' t a ' K n I milk' i ""in ki rl .ptl School
for Deal and Blind 5180
GOOD girl or woman to work In store, i
. Must be . teady and reliable Good wages.
Address Bos 19, Standard-Examiner.
; t 'HAMPERM H at Virginia Hotel
.G1RI.S o i i K, t,i p. . tomalo.-a nt 'a
j catch Canning Company. Will furnish
I transportation to and from work Phone,
' " 5012 j
COMPI0TENT woman o:- girl for house-
work 432 'Twenty aevenUi St. 506'i
5 7 1 I ! . - V-p.-rl. n. . I ? i ' I .1 V'..''
Cloak & Suit Co 5070
WANTED Seamstress, one with exporl
ence In 'jlteratlon department. Wolf or I
Cltmk ' ml 'o.
,ii:i,s im-r ii". to p.-i tomatoes 't Wa j
sutch Canning company. Will furnish I
transportation to and from work Phone
106 W 1 2
jiPl. wanted at Greenweii Confectionery
Mli.M'LE aged woman a housekeeper in
good home 2946 Grant after C p. m
GIRL aanted aS wFIi Lark S010 !
GIRl Ugh I house work, Appls 47s
Twentj second street. Phone 355 M.
4 7 J
EXPERIENCE! i att nographi r oookkeept r
BOX H, Care thU paper 46C2
Male and Finale I
MAN' and wife (no children): mon must
understand stock and general furm work.
Woman to do mixed work .l hours dally.:
Steady employment. Good house to live i
In and fair salary lor the right parlv i
Phone 22 R-2 North Oirderi 515J
MAX or woman to : lay al night with I
snml Invalid 2555 Orchard 515S I
SECOND-HAND ISOQDSj I
SECOND hund goods bought and sold. T.
C Iverson, 1C40 Washington Phone 49.
Wi laKe your old range nit flrat payment
on nny n Pf range, or will buy your old
ranee, outright H'jmo Fiirnlfuro Co 4S72 I
j MONEY TO LOAN j
MONEY to lonn on improved real estate I
E I-', grata U7 l.. i h-y. Rldg. oi.ti
IXi salaried people without atH-iiriiy, io
Othars n pianos, furniture, bonds, etc
'? Ivi.l.on Hide Phone 2S4. 243 I
UONK'i la loan i .p.i.v.-c .m i-bbn-gCelty
A.- Herrlck TTl
French engineer arm;. :-. i . Inn'
tound peirokuui in Greec4.
P" WANTED J
Male Help j
JANITOR wnnted S. J Kaplan Co.. 2423
V'TXG man. collection ability Apply In,
I" ' -"" '': Hud.v.n Hldg. .MM
POT with hore for Standard Examine!
rout- in Tin Ioi See Circulation Manager.
Standard Exai ,in-r
FJOV to work in the office of John Scow
CrOft & Sons Co. Twenty-third and Wall :
COOK, baker and kitchen man Apply
8i hool for fi. nf ...rni Blind r.i 12
LABORER8 for out of town work. Con
dttions good Apply 215 Eccles Hldg
M . and wife lor linltnr and Jnnltress. J
Good wages and on apartment furnished
Give phone number and apply to Box 1. j
care ! Uindard Eacanilni 1 5 1 1 j
MINERS Wanted for mil urf.T-e work
Appl) nt 2337 Granl .... n 1 igdi n ;,in :
TAILOR, man or woman, who under- 1
atands alteiatlons. gool pa'. Apply at
i';7 Tw. n'y fifth .Mr. M 5044
TWO men with Pordi IX a das eas) .k 1
for Mr. Howells 321 Twenty -fourth. 9 to
10 niornlnc ..nil to x p in 03 1
TAILOR wintei p , 1 more than union
scale. Gordon. Tailor. 211 Twenty fifth j
PI. ASTF.REKS Tncj ra rpf nters Steady
work Fnlon scale. Cassldy tc Couchmnn
Contractors. Cheyenne. Wyo. 1994
EX-SERVICE men in to bt provided with
educational eourser. at half rate until Jan
liar 1 by thu Los Angeles V. M. C A.
according to an announcement received
here today. Rcfiim- courses In the com
mercial, engineering and automobile de
partment.' will open September 7 with the
nrnn enruumeni oi any 1. aa, . . v.
school In the west. Complete Instruction
Is being offered this year in flng as well
as eery phase of automobile construe,
tlon repnlr nnd operation During the pvt
six months scores of young men have
been pre paring for high class positions
wlrelea operators. In the T. M. C. A.
school. 'lghf courses In accountancy ad
vertising. Spanish, salesmanship nnd pub
lie spenking will open the first week In
October, according to th announcement.
BOY - 1 1 h horse for Standard routt on
Canyon read 1891
III I.I I. in .11 III ll- Ho' ' H?4
CHARACTER and card reading. 429
rwcntj ilxth 4002
RESPECTABLE gentleman, age 19
wishes to marry lady of suitable age.
Respectable ladles loving country life
Please write Address, lack. Pox 296. Og
(i. n Utah, B090
SMALL rooming house for sale Call !
r.-. . nt nrth Mr. . :.
SPI I :N'l i 1 1 office l.iirlne.ss. J.'.fin maklngj
Jinn month Worth ln estigating. Box
11. Standard 4'T,1
$2 00 PER LINF PFR MONTH
AN YTH I NO New or OIO
ANYTHING A to Z new or old
bought sold or traded Phone Z33
BOOK3 AND STATIONERY
Bramwell P.ool nnd Stationery. ;3fi2
Washington Ave Phone ?C0 2054
Utah Natltonai Tt.-ink. .nuthe-. ?f roiner
Twenty-fourth and Washington Phono 61
CARPENTER AND JOBBER
F. Slrupplck carpenter and Jobber. 1 fS
Twenty third 3t gbonc 1018 4471
Ogderi Carpet Cleaning Co. Have Ua
clean your rugs the best Way. Phones 416
nnd 1S20 W. 5050
Expert carpet cleaning, upholstering,
mattresaoa rondo ever, feathers renovated
"nll E. .1 Hampton & Co.. 2536-W. 4234
K. Vim Rarupen for uphoisterinK. rr
pcld cleaned aJtered and la'd Remaking
rd mattresses Phone 27R2-J.
;ement block manufacturing
We put In driveways and foundations,
ind build cottages and garages Phone
1257 J. 4454
! CITY JUNK HOuSt-
Phone 133 L'CSS-CO Washington Ave
CHOP 6UE"i AND NOODLES
Ma'suba & ?o. leading Jupr.neso rcs
I tnurajit In Ogden. 271 24th St
The New Method Pentlvt" are special
ists in al! bmnchca of Dentlat-y 246
Woshington Am 2?0S
For a nlre oici Irlc mnttagr, call at
2447 Grant aven 4 3 4 J
Ogden Engraving Service " maners
of (loo cuts In one or mo. oiora. 16
Tn. enty-fourri street Phot. 62.
Geo. D Bcnne't. corporation nnd group
Insurance a tipecialt Phono 124-W. 1514
JUNK AND H I D ES
Western Hide Junk Co.. 23 23 Wash
InfTion Av. Phone SKI
Ogden I unk Hou; iu):9 Waahlngtoo
Ave. Phono 210
Paper hanging painting, knlsomlning.
paper eieunlng. Reasonable. Phone 3220 R
'toa ..nd coal trngrs connected AM
kinds of plumbing v.ork. Our prlcen are
right Orvil Wnldram. 551 Seventeenth
atret . Phon- i" 89-B 43J0
Wlllard Kay, r.il estate ond loans
2474 a ihl-igton Ave Phone 409. 1874
Go rhago ar.d rubbbih hauled, cesspools
nnd toiled cleaned John Chipp it Co.
Phone fc?S. 2348 Hudaoti Avenue S733
TRUNKS AND BAG8-
Trunli and luiy repairing, round cor
ner from Standard. GUIacher", '373 Hud
EXPERT window and wall paper clean
In. Am, rln m Window Cleaning Ph CS1
NOTICE OF SPECIAL SHAREHOLDERS
MEETING OF THE PINGREE NA
T ION A L BANK.
To the Shareholder of the Plngroo No
By vote of the Poard of Dliectors of
the Plngree National Bank T am Instruct
ed to and do hereby call a special meeting
of the shareholders to be held at tho
I banking rooms if aaid bank. No 2451
Washington avenue In the CPy of Ogden
County of Weber State of Utah, on
Thursday, the 1 fir i day of September A
D. 1920 at U o clock noon, for the fol'
1. To See il the .'linreholders will railfv
and confirm the action 0( the Boanl of
Directors In Increasing the capital stock
of the Pingre. National Bank of Ogden
1 tah from One Hi. mired and Seventy flo
Thousand ( 1 7". n'm flu ) PoJUrs (...'Two
ml Flft Thou.saml ($250 000 00)
Dollars, by the Issue nnd sale of seven
hundnd nui ii(t 7 ,0) .shares of .sto. k of
the par value of or. Hundred ($100 ) Dot
lurn per share
Thin Increase of stock Is to ho Bold at
$166 67 par Bhara nnd the present share
holders are permitted to subscribe for
n, w stock In proportion to the amount of
stock now held b them.
2. To clwingo It name from Plngreo
Notional Bank ,o National Hank of Com
merce 3. To take action upon any and all
molten and thing that ma) come before
said shareholders' meeting and to Irani u I
such other business than herein speclflcal
ly designated as maj legally be transact
ed at said meeting
Dated: August 11 192"
By order of the Board of Directors
JAMES H. RILEY.
i . rtler of ihn Plxgree National Bunk or
Date of first publlnfatlon: August 11. 1920
Date of last publication: September 15.
Big Pine Mining Co., principal place of
CHINA GAINS IN
"Fertile Field for American En
terprise." Says Industrial
NFW YORK, Sept. 2 China, for'
centuries the unprogresslve nation1
whose glory was jn the past. Is forg
Ihg ahead m business wan t h it re
mind one of aggreaslve American pro
gress, William P. Bancker. general
purchasing agent of the Western Elec
tric company declared here today In I
a resume of trade investigations he
had rjgadfl during a six months tour
of the world
"China presents a most fertile field
for American enterprise." he anld.
Despite an occasional military ef- j
fort by some small minority, that i
nation Is a hive of Industry. Labor1
seems plentiful and. what Is more Im
portant, cheap. In fact, the latter
feature Is so true that capital has a
clear way for productive plans and
new fields of effort.
"The Chinese business men, espec
llly those who have been educated
abroad, are adopting American and
British methods and are forging
ahead Exchange Is working to the
advantage of China because of the rise
In value of silver bullion, which works
to the br-neflt of the big republic In
Its position in other countries."
India, ancient land of mystery, also
I is m. iking Mg strides commercially.
with Americans there as In other far
C&sterh territory laying foundations
1 for future trade, Mr Bancker said.
The Hindoo Is beginning to make him
iself an Important factor In business
, and political circles, he continued.
, adding :
"It Is remarkable how the average
j Asiatic as a result of foreign educa
itlonal processes seems to be losing his
reputation for .--elf-effaclng conservat
I Ism. Today you find him In positions
i of lirfportance, competing with all
I sort? of foreign conditions."
Reverting to China. Mr. Bancker
"OM fact that Americans have to
their advantage In China Is the boy
cott which exists against Japanese ami
German relations. The Combined
!'hlnese Chambers of Commerce have
gone on record as declaring a 10-year
'boycott riirainst Germany and hi cause
of racial differences It is very Improb
able whether Japan will ever get a
really strong foothold Australia has
l.ren quick to Jump Into this breach
and la now supplying quantities of
foodstuffs which the Chinese use. but,
if we can promise nny kind of a de
livery and that is the- really Impor
tant condition which every one abroad
Is insisting upon nowadays we should
have no trouble In establishing firm
I r.i ding relations.
' There is a certain sales phvchol
ogy which must be remembered when
dealing with the Chinaman, and that
is his respect for tradition One for-
Inn Importer found himself unable
for a time to dispose of a shipment
of fruits which came in yellow col
ored cans, vellow being associated in
China with death, while on the other
hand it has been found that goods
cloaked In red. the symbol of luck are
in e.ti-i i demand.'
business 2449 Washington avenue, Ogden.
Notice There are delinquent upon the
lollowlng described stock on account of
Vssepsment No. 2 levied on the 7th day
of July A. D. 10-0. the several amounts
set opposite the names of the respective
hart holders as follows.
Names Cert. Shares Asst
( has C. Beringer . 14 1000 $ 5.00
W G Child 20 1000 son
V E McCartv . . . '21 2000 10.00
C C Beringer 27 1000 6 00
P A. Gv sin 11 1000 5.00 j
Wm C Robinson 33 2000 10 00
Jecnle L, Beringer. 35 lnOO 5 00
Peto Johnson 50 1200 6 00
fV M Wotson .. 51 1200 6 00 1
Sam Leo 59 inno 5 00
Frank Smyth ... ro 1000 5.00 1
C V. Thomas ... 65 600 3.00 J
Pete .Johnson .. 66 600 3 00
Mrs. R B, Howey 70 2000 10.00
Ethel Camp 7t 1000 6 00
W. H Henry 75 1000 B OO
Nick Greelman 76 1000 6.00 1
O H. Mc.hlman . . S4 32000 16
O. H Mohlmon S3 5000 25 00
Pete Johnson . . 86 5000 25 00
Geo. W. Gw-llllani. S7 10000 200 00
Vnd In accordance with law and orders
of the Board of Directors made on July
7th. 1920. so many shares of each parcel
of sal'l stock as may he necessary will
be jiold at the office of the company. 2449
Washington avenue. Ofrden I'tah. on the
IMh dny of September. A. D. 1920 at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m to pay delinquent 1
B ss ssments thereon together with the
cost of advertising and expenses of the
FRED J. VICES.
Care Plngree National Bank Ogden, I'tah I
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Int. ilor. C. S lmd
Office ul Salt 1-ake- City. I'tah. Septem
ber 1, 1920
Notice is hereby given that Charles W
Brown, of Oiclen, T'tah, who. on June 2'!
1916 made homestead entry No. 017850.
lor NI' ' Section S. Township 7 North.
Range l East. Sail Lake Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make threo
.nr proof Io establish claim to the land
abuv described, before W H. Beeder.
Jr., United States Commissioner, at Og
den. Utah, on the 16th day of October,
Claimant names as witnesses.
D D. Dunbar. I,ee Shaw. Robert Mont
goniery, Louis Shaw, all of Llbertv I'tah
I K ITJLD B. BfeAKELEY
i Tn thi Cltj 1 OUli of Ogden City Conn'.v
of Weber. St.-it. of I'tah
Merchants Credit Bureau, Plaintiff, va.
D. c. windt 1 1 lefendant
The State of Utah to the Said Defendant.
You arc hereby summoned to appear
I within ti n days after service of this sum
I mons upon you if served within the coun
ty In which this action Is brought: other
wise, within twenty days after this serv-i-.-
and defend tht above entitled action
and ill case of your failure so to do. the
plaintiff in this action will applv to the
court for the relief demanded in the com
j plaint of which a copy la hereto attached '
land herewith served upon ou and will j
I take Judgment against you on ils first 1
I cause of action for $40. w ith legal Inter-I
, est thereon from August 13. 1919. plus an
attorney's fee of 10 per cent thereof' ami
ion its second cause of action for S16 33.
with legal Interest tin icon from August
M, 1919. together with plaintiff's costs and
disbursements herein, for the recovery of
which Judgment this action is brought
JOS. E. EVANS,
P. O. Address Ecclcs Bldg . Ogden
Dated Ogden City, Weber County Utah,
this 17th day of August. 1920
1 GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES
Iconsult County Clerk or me Respec
tive Signers for Further
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
J Estate of Emily P. shanks Deceased
Creditors of the above deceased will
preaent tht Ir I lima, with vouchers, to the
undersigned at the office of HirKi-rson
Kimball & Farr. 605 Eccles building. Og
den, Utah, on or before December 3. 1920
L L SH. N KS.
Administrator of he Estate of Kmllv P
I Shanks. Deceased.
iHalveraon, Kimball ft Farr. Attorneys for
the Administrator. fgjg
The Ogden Auto Directory H
WHERE THEY ARE AND WHAT THEY DO
Northeast Service Station. Cheesman Auto Co. 3786 lj
Oldsmobile trucks and touring cars, Briscoe cars, Gramm-Bernstein J
trucks. White-Robinson, 2300 Washington. Phont 340. 3739 i
Ogden Auto Radiator Co., 2329 Hudson Avenue. 3740
All makes of batteries repaired and recharged. Exide Battery Sta
tion, 2359 Hudson Avenue ' 3741
Webei Taylor Motor Co., 2333 Hudson Avenue. Chalmers and Max. II
well sales and service. Phone 143 3742 I
Hudson Auto Top Co., 1717 Washington 3770
We buy all cars regardless of condition. Salvage parts for salc '
Auto Salvage Co., 2348 Grant. 4045
Willard Battery Station, 2454 Grant avenue " 3738 j
Proposed Constitutional Amend
ment No L
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO 6.
A Joint resolution proposing an amend
ment to Section G of Article 11 of the
Constitution of the State of Ltah. re
lating to municipal corporation.
Be It enacted b the Legislature of the
Stale of l tah two third vote of alt the
members elected In the two Houses con
Section 1 That It I proposed to amend
Section 5 of Article XI of the Constitu
tion of the State of Ftah. so that tin
same will read as follows.
Sec. 5. Corporations for jnunlclpal pur
poses shall not be created by special laws.
I be L- k'l.-ilature general livvc ohall inn.
vide for the Incorporation, organization
find classification of cities and towna In
proportion to population, which laws may
be altered, amended or repealed
Any cltj may frame and adopt a char
ter for Its ow n i;ov rnni'-nt in the fol
The l'Klslntlve authority of the cltv
may. by two thirds vote of Its members,
and upon petition of qualified eleoton to
the number of 10 per cent of all vote cast
at the next preceding election for the of
flee of the mayor, Bh all forthwith provide
I by ordinance for the submission to the
; electors of the question. Shall a Com
I i-ils- lon be hnsen in frame i charter-"
The ordinance shall require that the Quea
I tlon be submitted to the electors at the
next regular municipal election. The bol
lot containing such question shall also
i contain the names of candidates for mem
I bers of the proposed Commission, but
without party designation Such candi
dates shall he nominated In the same
'manner as required h law for nomination
I of city officers. If a majority of the elOC
tors votlnsr on the question of choosing a
Commission shall vote In the affirmative
then the fifteen candidates receiving B
majority of the votes cast at such elec
tlon. shnll constitute the charter Commis
sion, and shall proceed to frame 'i chat
Any charier so framed shall be sub
mltted to the qualified electora of the cjly
at an election to be held at a time to
be determined by the charter Commission,
which shall lie not less than thirty days
i subsequent to Its completion and distil
hutlon among the electors and not more
than one year irom such date Alterna
tive prOVtalona may also he -submitted to
be voted uon separately The Commit)
sion shall make provisions for the distri
bution of copies of the proposed charter
and of any alternative provisions to the
qualified electors of the city, not less than
fiixiv nays Dei Ore me election at wnicn n
It voted upon Such proposed charter and
such alternative provisions as are ap
I proved by a majority of the electors vot
ing thereon, shall become an organic lnvv
of such citv at such tlnm ns may be fixed
therein and shall supersede any existing
charter and all laws affecting the organ
izntlon and government of BUCn city whiiii
are now in conflict therewith. Within
thirty days after lis approval a copy of
such charter as adopted certified by tho
mayor und city recorder and authentlcal
ed by the seal of such citv, shall be made
In duplicate and deposited, one in the of
fice of the Secretary of State and the
other in the office ol" the City Recorder,
and thereafter all courts shall take Judl
clul notice of such charter.
Amendments to any .uch charter may
be framed and submitted by the charter
Commission In the same manner as pro
villi d for making of charters, or may be
proposed by the legislative authority of
the city upon a two thirds vote thereof
or by petition of qualified electors to a
number equal to one-tenth of the total
vote coat for mavor on the next preceding
election and any such amendment may
be submitted at the next regular election,
and having been approved by the majority
Of the electors voting thereon, shall be
come a part of tho charter at the time
fixed in such amendment and shall bo cer
tified and filed as provided in case of
ESat b city forming Its charter under this
Section shall have, and la hereby granted,
the nulhorltv to exercise all powers relat
ing to municipal affairs, and to adopt
nnd enforce within lis limits, local police
sanitary nnd similar regulation not to con
flict with the general law, and no enumer
ation of powers In this constitution or any
lnvv shall be deemed to limit or restrict
the gc-noral grant of authority hereby con
ferredi but this grant of authority ahall
not include the power to regulate, the serv
ice or chargea Of public utilities so long
as such regulation is provided for by gen
erul law, nor be deemed to limit or re
strict the power of Iho Legislature in mat
ters of public or general interest, nor
those relating to State affairs
The power to be conferred upon tho rlt
lea by this Section shall Include the fol
(a) To levy assess and collect taxes
and borrow money, within the limits pie
serlln d b general law, and to lev anil
collect special assessments for benefits
(b) To furnish all local public services;
to purchase hire, construct, own. main
tain and operate, or lea6C, public utilities,
local in extent and use; to acquire by
condemnation, or otherwise, within or
without the corporate llmlta property
necessary for any such purpose, subject
to restrictions imposed by general law lor
the protection of other communities nnd
to grunt local public utility franchises and
regulate the exercise thereof subject to
the continuing power of regulation of pub
lic utilities, their rales and service, by the
State, as now or ma hereafter be. pro
vided by general low
fc) To make local public improvements
and to acquire by condemnation, or other
wise, property within Its corporate llm
Its necessary for such improvements mid
also to acquire un excess over that needed
for any such Improvement and to sell or
lease such excess property with restric
tions, in order to, protect and preserve
(d) To Issue and Bell bonds on tho se
curity of any such excess property, or of
any public ut il 1 1 v. owned by the city, or
of the revenues thereof, or both, includ
ing, in the case of u public utility, a fran
, liL.e stating the terms upon which. In
case of foreclosure, the. purchaser may
operate such utility.
Sec. 2. Tho Secretary of State Is here
in directed to submit Ihe proposed amend
ment to tht- electors of tho State at the
next general election In the manner pro
vided by law.
Sec 3. If adopted by the electors of
this State, this amendment shall take ef
feet on Januarv lit 19X1
Approved March 18. l'J19.
U. S. RAISINS IMPORT
GREATEST I N HXItS
(By International Newi Service)
WA8HINQTON, Sept. i Nearly
S. 000,000 pounds of raisins were ex
ported from Malaga Spain, to the
' I'nlted States during the first six
months of 1920. a quantity that ex
ceeds the total raisin exports from
that port for the seven year period
j 1 y 1 3 to 1 9 1 S. Inclusive, according to!
the bureau of market.-. UnUed States
Department of Agriculture. Practically,
tho entire 1919 Malaga raisin stocks
have been exhausted and there art
no stocks on hand. The new crop ap
peared on tho market between August
2 5 and 30. The American consul re-J
ports that there Is prospect of I n - (
creased production. The raisin grow-'
ers are looking for a continuation of
the great demand for raisins in the
Vnltcd uiatea, J
Proposed Constitutional Amend
ment No, 2. I
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 5.
A resolution proposing an amendment to
Section 7. Article 13, of the Constitution H
of the State of I'tah. relating to tax, H
rates for State purposes.
I Be It resolved by the Legislature of the H
State of l tah, . two thirds of all the H
members elected to each House concur- H
I Section 1. That It is proposed to amend' H
I Section 7. of Article XIII. of the Consti- H
Itutlon of the State of 1 tah BO that tin
same will read aa follows'. H
See. 7. The rate of taxation on proper,
ty for Stale purposes shall never exceed
js mills on each dollar of valuation to ho ' LH
.apportioned as follows Not to exceed "
i4Vi mills on each dollar of valuation for
i general State purposes; not to exceed 3, H
! mills on each dollar of valuation for dls-trlc-t
school purposes: not to exceed V- H
null on each dollar of valuation for high
school purpoaea; that part of the State " H
I tax apportioned to high school purposes
I shall constitute- a fund to lie called the
.High School Fund and ahall be appor-,., B
tluncd to the cities and school districts B
maintaining high schools In the manner'.. JBVJ
I the Leglatature may provide And when- JBl
ever the taxable property within the State;- "
shall amount to $ 100.000, 000,00, the rates
sliall not exceed on each dollar of valua- BVH
tlon two nnd four-tenths mills for general HBa
State purposes, two tenths ot one mill for
high school purposes, and such levy for JBVJ
'district school purposes as will raise un JBVJ
Inually an amount which, added to nnv HBa
other State funds available for district,,' HBVJ
ei hool purposes. equals $25.00 for each HBVJ
person of school age In the State, shown"' BVH
by the last preceding school census; un- HB
less a proposition to increase such rate' " HB
or rates, specifying thi'rate or rates pro- I
posed and the time during which tho same HB
shall be levied, be first submitted to a LSBb
vote of such of the qualified electors of j
the State, as, in the year next prcced-"' ' BVH
lng such election, shall have paid a prop- IBV
ertv tax assessed to them within the Stale.
and the majority of those voting thereon
shall vote In favor thereof, in such man- .
I nor as may he provided by law.
I See. I, The Secretary of State Is dl
I 1-,-i ti-d to erui.se this proposed amendment HBV
, to be published ns required by the Con
. stltutlon and to he submitted to tho elec- H
I tors of the State at tho next general elec;
1 1 ion in the mariner provided by law. BBV
j Set if approved by the electors of the BBS
I State, this proposed amendment shall BBB
I take effect on the 1st day of January . BBB
Approved March 18. 1919 BJ
Proposed Constitutional Amend- j
ment No. 3.
BEN ATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION I
NO 6 i
A concurrent resolution providing nn HBJ
I amendment to Section 1. Article XIV. B
I of tho Constitution of the State of BBI
Utah, relating to Stale debt limitation. BBV
no it cnact-d by the Legislature of the BBJ
State of Utah, two-thirds of all the mem- BBa
tiers elected to each of the two Houses BBh
concurring therein- BBV
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Set tlon I. Article It, of the constitution BBB
of Ihe State of I'tah, so that the same BBB
I will read as follows: BBB
Section 1. To meet casual deficits or BBB
I failures In revenue, and for necessary ex- BBB
pendlturea for public purposes. Including BBB
I the erection of public buildings, and for
the payment of all territorial Indebtedness BBB
assumed by the State, the State may con- fj BBB
tract debts, not exceeding In the aggre,.'
i gate al uny one time, an amount equal to BBB
2 p.ercentum of the value of the taxable BBB
I property of the State, as shown by BBB
the last assessment for State purposes.
'previous to the Incurring of such indebt BBB
Redness. But the State shall never con- BBB
.tract any Indebtedness except as in tho BB
next section provided, In excess of BB
I such amount, and all moneys arising BBB
from loans herein authorized, shall be ap- BBB
'piled solely to the purposes for which they BBB
I were obtained.
Sec 2 Tho Secretary of State Is hereby BBB
directed to submit this proivoscd amend- BBB
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Sec. 3. If adopted by the clectora of BBB
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I fect January 1. 1931,
Approved March 18, 1919.
Proposed Constitutional Amend
ment No. 4.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION "
A concurrent resolution proposing an BBB
amendment to the Constitution of the BBB
State of Utah by amending Section 5, " . BBB
Article XVI, relating to rights of ac-- - BBB
tlon to recover damages for lnjurlca re- BBJ
suiting In death. BB
Bo it resolved ami enacted by the Iegis- BBB
lature of the Stat,- of l tah, two thirda
Ol ull Iho members elected to each of
the two Houses concurring therein.
Section 1. That it is proposed to amend
Section 5. Article 16. ot the Constltutloa Bl
of the State of Utah, so that said section BB
shall read as follows: Bl
"The right of action to recover damages BB
for Injuries resulting in death shall never BBB
bo abrogated and the amount recoverable BB
shall not be subject to any statutory llml- BB
tallon. except In cases where compensa- BBB
tlon for Injuries resulting in death Is pro- BB
vldcd for by law." BB
Section 2. Tho Secretary of State Is BB
hereby directed to submit this proposed BBB
amendment to the electors of the state BBJ
at the next general election In the man- - BBJ
ner provided by law. BB
S,e If adopted by the electors of BB
the slate the amendment shall take effect ' BB
January 1st, 1921
Approved October 9. 1919. BB
I. Harden Bennlon Secretary ot State, B
of the State of I'tah, do hereby certify BB
that the foiegolng Ij a lull, true and cor- B
rect copy of all Constitutional Amend BB
meats proposed by tho regular and spe- BBJ
ctal sessions of the Legislature of 19111. BB
as the same appear of record in my ol- BBJ
1 In witness whereof. I have hereunto set BB
mi hand :mi. 1 . -iv ,( il,, i ,i Se il of the
State of Utah, this 1st day of September. BB
(Seal) HARDEN HKNNION, BBB
Secretary of Stale. ,'. BBJ
WORLD'S BIGGEST STEER
(By International News Service)
CLINTON, O.. Sept. 4. 'Sir Doug-'
las Haig." said to be the biggest stcor
in tho world, la drawing hundreds of.
livestock men from various parts of B
Canada to tho farm of Ex-Reeve
Charles Stewart, In Ashfield township,
Huron county, Ontario.
The weight of Kir Douglas, a giant fl
Shorthorn, Is given as 3,500 pounds. - BBJ
which livestock men say is In execs
of the heaviest animal ever shown at
the International Livestock show In
Chicago. Sir Douglas measures nine BBI
feel six inches around the chest and
hits a girth of ten feet six inches. BBJ
Tho floor of St. Peter's in Rome has
an area of 227.009 square feet, beln ;
the greatest of oil churches in the