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Kjjj SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 1 ll
m ' c i 1 ' !
if: " FOR SALE
m Real Estate
Dfe V PIX room modern brick close In. Hnrd-
wood floors, mantle hot water hft.
m "P to 'I"1' cash,
balance easy term-.
Pour room modern dwelling, well loc-nt
WM "1. $3350.
Throe room dwalllnr. Wilt Ogden 11300
t , '"i if'Oin hrl k large lot. North Wash
incto:i avenue. (3200. K-my iithh.
.a'on room brick, five acres garden
MH land. Only V.nfifi. r;ood terms.
EH Four room mode-ii Frame new rloFf to
F street rail aj (3250
Pight acres tint land, nil kinds fruit
fjm house bafn, etc J Twelfth street district
EjH $90ln. J3000 cosh, balance oi.y terms.
KH 13l7 acres. Marriott precinct good
H house etc $5800.
H H, G. AGKK
EjH 874 Twentj fifth St. Phone r.n or 72
H SEVKN room brick, modrrn. On paved
street. Ijugr lot. $fi5(,n
HI Four room frame, nearly new north por I
W9M tlon city 33250
i jfl Six acres Inrm close In. well Improved
Jl nnd some orchard. $.""'
20 nrre fnrm. ln acres of orchard nd
jBM 1 ai res fine Iniirl. near city limits. Jfionn I
I K i l,l. V & IT I. KM K 63JM
m' lone list of homes for wile are a
Jk few vary .i .-1 r . : oni f left but they win1
VBPJL It not Inst, as good l i: n ere c (tins pear, c
S-ft - Wt ir EPPERSOJ
t IP 108 TwentJf-i fh St rhone I2i .
JBJ PIVE room modern house, sleeping por h.
Ml Terms reasonable inouirc Owner,
B Twenty second street. Phone ilM-J, -
BY OWNER Five, room house well loi-at
JHH i d on li-.h Inrgc Phori" """.7 M
j THREFl 11 chicken farm Phoiii WoS
' HY OWNER SIX room modem brick.
" . i. S3M
;fw-,n modem brick, lira! ileep
Y" ing porch, pood basement, built-in fee-
yW-. lurea in th i Itehcn good jai .-e pit! out-
'.v-v building.- beautiful lawn Mid shade, and
UkaL a court Located four and a hall block
faBf from the crier of th-- city, on pavt I
L' t Four room modem brlt k, full baaement,
HBEj Rood porches, large lot. town and shad.
HKv good chicken rnop. located In the south I
tart of the town.
IJKl Four room frame, full basement, sleep .
Ui; Inc porch, located on tl.e bench on the
J V " I In i ' 1 h a vc 1 1 1 1
t.) - MTH & rLlNDERS 1 1
Iim : ov.-r Commercial National Bank
It, a '-nundcrs. City Department
BY C,'NT'Ft l"n rmn, well built.
ern brick home, lot .'.3x132. cood locrtlon.
2249 aladlaon av nur 226
I i rn i.c - heal location
in t0v ,,. largi lol 0.15i Inquire U In
X i re, Scoyllla Pap '-' 1
f' . liOOO 'IIS -li.-ll l.nl.. -ii
t house. Terms. 891V Washington avenue.
r.Y OW S' ' I - -' n i ' ' n I
if heat Partlv furnished. Lol 50X130 gai
B npe and chicken house -md good tun
'THR Price 14200 Terms Location 2141 Quln
. . i hon ;
"A nkyy Hv -oom -. bargain Tom '
A r.qlt buver I :, II ', , ' . - t
. BY O'W NER- Mo4en "HI
ApJ home In best location In city,
Suilnbie to m.iki- foul small apart-
F in nt.,. Cun Tw. ni .'oui tii Phon.-
SEVKN room t . r 1 . 1 'rw, o nl
he sold: t- nm l hi in 1 g J
LOT 11x92 ;.; v sewi and
paid for Phone 1103. Mrs. Carson.
2Sj : i;. ' i ' ''
9 location In Ojiliri Inquire of owner Leay-
I ing cit rinol.. i l. :-in Madison " - -
imM MODERN" bungalow small payment, bal
nnrc like rent N e have customers for 4.
iftM :, and G room houses. Lisl - our prop rty
'-I with us Galbrcath & Earl Realtj Co
I I :-4j2 V.'aslunKt. n v I'lion. ll"l
1 ' 'Q' ration on br-nch. block fro::i
and pa.-d -ir,.- I ''". I ' '
II" Double hou. i '
165: close ln on bench und paved street.
I Bargaiti at $2,600 Live in one. rent one.
J! Easy terms. E. F. Bratz. 417 Eccles Bide.
3H i o r r.i' nr, -i .1. : '.
Thlrtv-first and Thirty-second utrects. In
nuire 1 Waaj I11 ton ;
2 ROOM house with full ' ' ' ' rill
5 fot 50x160; also furniUiro for four-room
house, inouire 12Q7 v.i hlncton Ave 5096
j.v OWNER Seven room mod rai houw
full cement bas-nvMii double garage.
payed i tn ; I :' m ..i i m
'A('ANT nnii fi-v- house
and lurgc lot. eloi'c In. Phone 2004 It G
I i Tern 1924
s : : r i. ' ' bunca
low. Everything o little better. Twenty
two hous Wo 1646 and 1641 Hudsoi
Board houses. 34000. One four room frame
31100 Five room brick, modern close lu
high school. 35000. Inquire 302 Thlrt:-
ilfth iirc t Dion.- 3139 W . 1937
SIM rCHm iiiO'I. rn ;i I 2". 7 ' ra I r :-,:
nue Only S5S00.
Five houses lor $7000. Brine about J100
a month rant.
Six room mod. in. Or.ly $".n''.
Many mon: i;ool deals, t.'oine and ee
me before you buy 1 save you money,
i Thirty-fifth street. Phono 2ic? w.
FOUR rooms, bath gaa, electric llglil
32600; J600 ca6h. Owner. 633 Twenty
sixth atret t 4721
HOMES no JeS h 'M 1 !S
Some real good buys In some of the
latent Dutch designed homes now open
to the public today and every day until
old Located on Twenty fifth street and
13 ACRES with 01 without crop, one half
mile north of Clearfield on main state
-oad frier. 1 inrm Phone 11-K 1 40t
POUR, five i.rid six room hOUSes, In food
'oeatlon Terms to suit buyer Phon
W U PORTER K-'i: Kfl.il- i.nrl l.o.r,.,
IMC Wellington uvonu l'hono 1371
1 0 homes for the price of one. Double
pressed brick cottage- modern except!
teal Call morning Evenings alter C.30
appointment, 2529 Monroe avenur
II'TI DIN1'; nilVi '. 'ir,n ,MJh, ,, ,,. ,.f n0o,
'f -P''.. ii iv I 1 - 1 1 . i. it. . MiUahli lor SUtO
1 I vhop nnsJI factory or planing mill Some I
, machlnory i nd motors to to with shop if
; buyer wants them. Also u seven room
':3a two story brick residence. All goes at h ,
great bargain. You will have to hurrv 1
.T.' pl c Oncr. 1CC1 Twenty fifth street
2 ,1 (921
f jd IDEA Hi 1MB FOB 3 i E
t jV Eight rooms and both. 1221 Twenty fifth i
UB street. Immediate possession Apply on
E9fjr premlse.1 evenings between 6 and 7 30 1
QaHP p. m .. or to G. B. Roberts, Cashier Joint i
Frelghl Office 1097
FROERER .' FOWLES
Real Estate Loans and Insurance
ppf 2103 Hudson Avenui Phone 317 i
12.000 buys one of thr- lest Impioved '
farms In Ogdrn valley Only 13 1
miles from Ogden. 2lj mlk-s from
-r Very fine modrrn home;
lrge bam nnd other Improve-
nifnlJi. School and church two '
blocks This is a real bargain
15760 bins 30 acres of Al farm land'
situated in Ogden valley; together i
PH with ono room house; tool notise, I
1 stable and the following machln-
er : Sulky plow, drill, disc harrow. .
baler, mower nnd rake. $2.r.fMi essfa J
and terms on balance.
$s.S00 buys one of the best and most up '
to-d'tc homes on 111'- bench Six J
looms, full hardwood floors, fire-
place, and many built-in features.
Situated near Eccles addition.
FROERER & FOWLES
2409 Hudson Avenue Phono 917
BY OWNER Four room modern brkk I
house, lnre Int. rill In beM of condition
P.earonubk' fot cash 307 Thirty first
V. 27M GRANT AVENUE
Br-' Five rooms, modern, brklc hard wood, I
finish sleeping poroheSi lurnire, newly
painted. Terms. Tel inM, 5236
FOR SALE Real Estate j
BY OWNER A five room house, well lo
entd. on bench. Lore.-- lot Phone 2467
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
tS. 3. J. IIAKIT.. 2711 Madi.-on Phr,n.
. FOR SALE J
ONE work team, heavy harnrs. on.
,WWS tire wagon. Two sets or" dump
SfSrt?,?.? ,K,X reap. Can be seen at
..mi Washington avenue Phone 23i'v R.
ROUND o:,k stove with gas Attachment
as r'.o,i as I,, y 2 :'' Lhjcojn 6337
El BERT p chea fbic quality 1 50
an en road Phone US1-1. ,-, gg
1 "v ' ;ORD r ;.. for -.ale. Phone 64-J 1
H RNITURE nnd household articles Call
between 2 nnd 7 p. m. 337S Washington!
avenue, . ii
KIMBALL piano cheap f r cash Phone
M. kinds of household goods for f.ale
-' 'fn etiiy (bird
RSEJ cow with young hclfei call for
' 1 gall 8327 r, 521
v '- '- ' ters at 2 . ent ' en. h
Flne.t on the market 67t Twclefth Stn 1
PAINTS AND VARNISHES
Buj ou imint at Stowe s and save
! money 18fto Washington avenue Phone
v v - " g 1 hi r iv . 1 , ond.tion r:4 1
Chllds avenue '.234
1 ' si:iii.ii fi.i-i.nn 1 1 1 1
' i:i .1 1.1'. 1 1. .,, , ,,:-,,:,,. , ,
looks. Inquire 64S Twentv-fourth street
, J ,
S n: VWBERRY a ml - end aetei bios 1
fmy 2S.':- T-mrr-e Phone 21 K 1 1 ggj I
WHITE asl foi iie ijft levcntcl nth
1 . . : .
BAR', MX On. ... I'lve -ouni. J.t..-i
' -i-1. 1. .: 1 I,.,,,.. w r,:2
ed rye sale Phone 22 p 2 North
Ogdei - .i
FURNITURE for sal "ompli te foi fiVe
room house Will sell separately. Males j
tie rnng-. gas range, fumed onk furniture.
ii.il goo I i nc.- Phone ?fiH, .'jo; .
EN 'V' Hop 'H 1 ittanlcs ihnp ii ath
er binding. India paier. latest edition. En-1
cyclopedl.-i Americana, leather binding All
papers of the presidents Terms P. O
Box : 1 Blgj
LA ROE slock of used furnltuir ca;pi-t-.
linoleum. Get our prices bofofS bujing.
Phone 3434. The Furniture Exchange 253
'i'' n 1 n ih street. 6181
i . ' ' . ! "1 i r McJ I ili ;n ,h.
Jt-. 1 inn . Foster's Farm. East Seventh j
AMERICA'S choices! dahlia steT
bloOmi Spring Bluff Farri. Riierdale I
Pi inej ' v
BARTER PT pears C II Orchard So0 1 ,
nest side canon rotid. Can deliver on I
th. 9th and 10th. Phone 2633 R. Merlin
- ' ai I'mi-' .- 2M1 1'ingK
I'bn-.r IT.: .' i '
CHOICE cut flowers Dahlias, asters and
n p L. P Stone. 671 Twelfth St. 6077
lirl"SEHOLD Furniture Including player
piano, ' heap for cash. Must he sold at
I Phong 2.Tti7. 51 1 2
n 1 ' , 1 2 ' V 1. 1. -. v..
1 ' . 1 i '
' ;.. : I'),. rn- I 127 1078
'TTTrTT MI'e nonh of Hot Springs.
I h Inind sl.le. Fielding's. SOTO
X KIES '-,,;, r 1 nteed MiiKer-. 222n
1 Lincoln, 4967
BEST values In pianos phonographs and
violins Terms without Interest Pan-
I . T'wno ninth and Hi..ison 4345
I 1 : l'i M : I. 11 1 'I I' . ?. r on
P : - foi sa le 1 : 01 ge Stet -i Uinton
MODERN G room brl k and furnishings:
'lari,-- lot. close In Snap. Leaving Phone
1 ' 1 ill.-: I : 'Ol : -I A. . ;it 11". I -.I.. l! '
Foui th atn 1801
f 0 u'lllTK Leghorn i iilh t; licr. t 2 I
tern ( sin tt Feed Co 4626
t NCALLD lor suits tailor made; hlg
reduction. Gordon's 21l-2j Twwnty-flfui
(-' ! one 413 gtW
f " LOST " ' ' )
, "VANITY bag between Twenty. third and j
'Twenty fifth on Hudson or on Washing
ton, going south Phone 465 after 4 p.
. 1 .n h W 1 pursi
rn.mi 1771 W Re v. ' 1 ".2 "
I' I;T1 who took ruby ring from 1 -
jdesk in Foley's store Is known. Return I
! to 2327 Chllda and avoid further trouble 1
II. . f ' t v. -1 1 t hi . 1 ..n-l
1 two diamonds, in Palace Candy Kitchen.
Ret urn lo 1 ' III Marki I in h ard,
' F'dUND j
TWO Mcicb.s x 1 III ni co, I j.-irk ti-.vn
I ers call at Glenwoo 1 Par
--rt- VNv-wv tOMmiVIS
BEEF cattle, veal, sheep, hogs. Will call
at your yard. Gus Jensen. 2134 Washing
ton iienvie Phone 2133. 1 ".'Of,
I 1 ' K S ,-. . e eh 1 ... n Phon. yTT
extern Qraln & Feed Co. 4661
1 AROE il' .'iii 1 km wunltd nt the Stand
nrd Fxiimln. r o IWi
Male and Female
M VN nnd wife tno children). Inan must
understand stock and general farm work.
Woman lo do mixed work six hours dally
Steady emploi., 1 fjoi d 1 ou
in and fair salary for the right partv.
Phone 22 R-2. North Ogden. Bii'i
WAN'TED to adopt bobv girl under six
months of age. Phone 2381-M.
1 HARAi ITER TnTi card adlng,
Twenl Ixth t -
RES PE Fl CblE genth iuan! .
Wlshf-j to inn ir- l.idv (..f iUltable
Respectable ladles loving COUntT) lib-pb-ase
write. Address, Jack. Box 206, Og
den. 1 'tnh 5090
j vvaTted " j
" " -1 w - -1 -rvnrcrcr
1-')R fane;.- bundle laundry nnd men's
shirts, drop a card lo 3028 Grant, Will
call (or and deliver. .-. -j , 7
IA 1' ESP I be; 1 . o : 1 1 1 , . r 1 .-. ' .Ian I tor "i
houseeU-anlng a few hours In morning ev
ery day. or severul days a week, ("all
Phone 17C4. between 3 a m. and 12 noon I
I VD1 wlshi ' 1 lion as houheki p.-i (or
widower, either ln or out ol clfv Phone
1 y.'i, .1 1 -:
NIGHT watchman or porter: kchu! r fer
ences, ex nn rchunt policeman. Box 60,
Standard-ICxamlnor. 511 1
WANT Eli Iv 1 pi rlen, , ,1 1 vplnt, 1 , ,,in;
good woik guaranteed. A. M. C. 2030
Qulnoy avenue. 493
IV 7 MONEY TO LOAN j
MONEY to loan on Improved real estate
js ' grata 117 r,. .. i;i.,, jjaj
lo salaried peopls itboui security, to
others -n plahOS, tuinituie. bonds" etc
"-7 jwdwii Bids Phong 884 24
ON 10 ii.n on niviuvno .,i cbuii
(Cell) Hi rrii k jtj
Dodge touring. 1918.
I Dodge touring. 1919.
' Podge ro-jdSter
Rulck B touring car
Bulck C ?. flye passenger
Rulck E-35 roadster
Overland J5 touring car
Ford touring cai.
I All of the above cars may he purchased
, on our easv pavment plan
CHEESMAN A l 'TO CO.
2666 Washington Phone 325
1010 nt'IOK. five passenger, six rvtlndrr
I Good as new. Also motorcycle 2625 Mar
ri--on avenue J hone 3176 R 62f)
FORD touring In first class condition
1 una iik. new 1 Incoln 1 78
SEVEN passenger Cadillac Good as new 1
! Rest value in Ho Murphv Wholesale
r'o Tjtentj fourth street n2tt
FORD for sale P.nrgoln for cash. In
nini. 207 Thlii- f'n.i '-"o
AT n bargain. 192'i Ford redan, self start
er, demountable rims, run lc?s thsn .'too
r ,: ... I rr.nii 11 Ion rhom- 1".41 .''2r,7
BY OW NER A snap If taken at once.
E i v on four bnc In A 1 condition Plenty
CXtl g 1 rubber Phone 2740. M and
will run down, or call al 1067 7 went
1 o) s Dodge loadster In good condition.
-7:i riii.u. . .ri np. 6193
CHEVROLET baby grand model, in good
shape -2't 1. iv oln Phor.- M2x V :.r'i5
1 FORD touring, ' ilS mod I -r'i julp
pi d 1 ! in 17 1; 5 "I"-'
1:1 CK Four roadster, 'x ellcnl condi
tion: will sell for cash. Call 509 Plnza
BV OWNER -Dodge touring cai In ttrsl
class condition. 2329 Monroe Ave, Phone
: j 6011
I '17 l ord Louring car See circulation
manasjer Standard Examiner. 4167
j Furnished j
FURNISHED room Rrownlng Apart
nicnl. 2711 Washington avenue. No. 11,
II I . ". I 1 1 K roi.ni foi 1 . nl Or nth men
i-r. f. r . d 2530 Orchard 5279
i i RNISHED Bleeping 1 00m. 3631 Adams
Phone 29C6-W. Call after 5.30 and Sun
da . 5278
Nli'ELY furnl:-hed front room eloye in
One or two gentlemen. L. D S. family
Box 35 care Standard Examiner 5277 1
' - v furnished ieeping room Rel
orences 732 Twenty fourth street 5275
TWO houi -keeping rooms Ground floor.
021 Washington 5240
TWO hou-. k. - ping morn- 11 Twmt -
third 1 1 I 52"i '
Fl RNISHED loom lad preferred 2041
1 )r.-h.u.; 5217
I I COWTl V I'urnl.'he.l room lor Iwo
gentlemen goo Twenty-fourth street
I'l on- . ! ' 1 6316 '
1 00m fumuhed apartment
E'-oIcf avenue. 521S 1
1 1 1 1 ke.-plng rooms. 2353 Monroe
lNTLY 1 urnlshed room for renl 1
566 Twentj foi th 6174 I
I EEPINY; n.om 2122 Washington
Ft'RNISTTED sb idncr r.Him, gentleman
pr f erred $15 a month 3427 Adams.
5 1 5 1
i''OWF l; I" VELE roonin foi refine,) ,-
Itlemen 2566 Orchard Ave. Phone 2494 M.
I I RNISHED 3 rooms r;albreath A- Earl
' . : rn 242 W'..shlnrlon Ave. :,i.sj
TWO 4 room completely furnished apar'.
i , ntS for udiilts. 27'5 firant A ve, C0S2
LARGE furnished room for gentleman.
4 21 TmnH -Ixth Oreet Phone 1 1"'. 7 -1
.( iQM:- ' . ,! - ll'1' 1 -Ml'' ' .ran' 49:14 j
-II I n ;,"i ; room.- 535 Tw nty seventh I
St. Phone 2173 M 163 I
j i RNISHED rooms. 530 Twent; third
i u iERN b ingalow, Becker's bridge. . m 1
:. . n Phon; 30J ga0
j foTTwSnt j
!-' MI; ; ii 'M p'l i i mi nl r. onnd ,
floor, ideal location. 729 Twentj second
Btrei I Phone 102
: Idr. n
Phoni i -1 S276
"F 1 7 1 ; i; 1 : room hou-e :iii Llb.-it .
n ie, oZiz
TT O nice unfurnlsli d rooms iltab
light housekeeping. 555 Twenty-seventh
T'o and 2 toom apartments; private I
baih Newly Ualccrnlncd. Closo In. Phono,
I 1 ' S l5
DRESSMAKING. 536 Chester. Plione ,
3736 M t7'"
HE ISTTD HINO and plquot, i dgo, u
vork Kuarantced. Prompt service. Sin- j
get Sc-wing Machine Co.. 233S Washington ,
i 'i 'i 1 1 I d N plait ing done at 224 o Wiel,
r- EMSTITCHI r.'Q AND PICOT E DG E
The Lighthouse, 2152 Washington Av.,
opposite the Plng.-uo bank. Pnom 681.
Prompt i sj i Ii i 8333
Hemstitching, plcot eoge. outtoos pinu
I Ing nd pleating Secon 1 lloor W H.
j Wright A Son Mr- 11 DSjTnan 1U9
I TO trade 2 lots 100xl47V feet on Sullivan
'and Thirty-first, for Ford car Call eve
nipgs nl 371. Hudson Ave 507 S
rlaND u.-rgnin Owner gone
i ' oi , i aoj
I'"" han 7 pei . .-nt preferred railway
stock for home ir COI Phone 29.3 4251
'gi renl - In Phone 3885
BOARD and room in private family b
couple with two iear old baby. Must be
closj In. Answer, Box W. Standard-Examiner.
I.AKOP .1.. ,n rags v. un ted ot S t nmla rd -ICxnin
- r of ft. 4379
To Rent j
POUR or five room furnished house, by j
responsible party Must be modern and In j
pood location Phone 2095-M 6887
Fl I! N I -1 1 I J a pari i,i. n lor light house
i.e. ping. Phone 16!7 R-f- : 5301
FOUR "i five room furnished house bv
couple: no children. Box S3, care Stand
nr. I Kxuwln' r. 517'i
j " FOR ""'RENT j
' Miscellaneous i
OHIO vacuum cleaners. Jl day. Phono i
3384 J 498t
jggQNPHAND GOODS j
I SECOND hand goods bought and sold. T.
C. Iverson, 1640 Washington. Phone 49.
WE taKe our old rnnnc as first payment
on any new range, or will buy your old j
rsngn o-itrU-ht Home I-iirnlturu Co 4671 '
There no reduction In the heat
ing qualities of uatumi n.as after the
fetxtraetlon ol its gasoline, aoeording
lo Iest3 conduct r-d by the U. S.
bureau of mines.
Male Help j
BOV for elevator Must be oer 16. Ap
ply Mr Griffith Geo a Lowe Co 27i
I 'AY iHii ter Apply H al Hotel .,?7'"
l:'1 to work In office or lohn Bcow rof t
m Son? Apply Tuentv third and WnW
EXPERIENCED shipping clerk and ware
house man. Apply Murphy Wholesale
i r.rtAND bo for errands Chance to
lei.in nptleal irade Hlggs Optl.nl Po .
i' First N-t lone i BanK bunding 6846
HOY With Wheel "ho I- noi returning to
school. 1 per w e, I Also two hoy po
Ing to Weber for one week's work Mnit
have H he, I I ' ZMj W, :. 2 1 7
MAN for general work In furniture store
;mnsf be able lo tepalr stoves and drive
truck Applj Miller l-'nrnltiue ( o. 6221
BOl ovei 1 Koars c- Opportunltj
to le;,rn electrical trade The Lighthouse
MAN who enn sell automobiles, Stnnrlar.l
lln Permanent employment for right
party 'flye complete de-rrlptlnn and ex
perlemo In letter of a-pllcatlon ddrr;
Bos i Btandard Bxamlner 5220
YOf.Ni; maif txnnte.i at Greenwell's ron
BOY wnh horre fn- SlaiKl.ird F,nminrr
route in Te-. lor :-e.- i "irculatlon Manager
Standard Aamlncr, BJ.10
COOK baker and kitchen niaii Applj
no. nr i " a ' nnil Uliml ' I 2
'Man an. i ,vifo r-u janitor nnri lanltress
Jood trnr..;. and tin apartment furnished
.Glie phone number and applv to Box I. j
-are Inndard Fxanilnev. Mil
EX BERAHCE rnen an lo be provided with
educational eoursea nt half rate until .Inn
,"ar i. by the Lot Angeles y m. C A
, ai ordlng to an announcement reeehe,)
here toduv Rogniff eourees In the com
imercla). engineering tnd automobile do
partrnenli will op.-n S.'iitnml r 7 with the
largest nrollrm-nt of any Y M. C. A.
school In the west Complete Instruction
Is being offerer! this year Ir. fly ing as well
i as ever; phase of automobile construi
:tlon r pair nnd operation During the post
I six months scores of young men have
I been preparing for high cIo.- h positions as
wireles operators in the Y. M. C. A
school, xight course? in accountancy ad I
Ivertlslng Spanish salesmanship nnd pub
lic speaking will open th.- flr-t week In I
lOilober. according to the .mnoonci-mcnt j
HOY with horse for Slundriro route on
, i any Ot) read 43? I
i ' i : i H.-..H Hoi.i Jl'i4
' -' I I w.iniej Orpin nni I and 1 ''. E281
TWENT? k.ris to peel ton itoi lones '
fanning Co. Rov. Ptah tioo.i wages,
short hours nnd good bunk hOUSCS 1'hone
12 K I
OIRL8 over is n nil department Mod,.,
Laundry. ' ;
SMART counter girl, 'ioeii wages paid
Apply Champion she RepsJting Factory,
3h2 Twentj fifth sj e I Ogderi 5261
'rIKI. who i i . i . 1 1 . n . . I in bookkeeping
and general office work. Apply John
Scowcroft & Sons. Twenty third and Wall,
HOUSEKEEPER settled woman; small
adult fnmll). One person home during
day Call after 6 1220 Twenty- fifth ;
''"'fi k-irl or woman (o aid In houn
work Good wages -pply 639 Twenty !
third g i i
EXPERIENCED and Inexperienced m.-.n.
gli and nreys glrN C P L-.undry,
TW i i girls v .... k.;, h, n ;
Applv I'hri 1 ... Ii,,.iital
i:ri:r:ir.CEr milliner In making and
elll'i..- Frlinrss Mllline,-,
GIRL for housework: no rooking": elthl r
white or colored I'hone 15S6 2323 Jeff-r
' ' 624
''.:i, f ii v..,. I ,,t . .Ii l. iritr. in. .1
Crl :-1 LN 'KI . I. rk want.., at the p.u
Bee Candy Stand. Twent fifth and Grant
CAPABLE glr! oi woman for gem 1
housework Small family. Must under
stand cooking. Good wages. Address
3S36 Adams avenue. Phone 883. 5309
I OOK and .lining room girl. Appl
lor lieaf and Hllnd.
GIRLS oyer jr. to perl tomatoes at W .
satch fanning Company. Will furnish
transportation to und from work. Phon.
106 C M I" TKN r v oman ii' girl for ho.
wor'.;. 4".2 Tuoii- enth St. E
WANT il Bj i i it n. ed salt iTadj u
tloak &.- Suit ("o. 507il
. 1 1 ; I . wanted .. i Gi . enyv.-ll i 'oni. . I Ion.
I. wanted .,i Wisteria SoTfi
EXPERIEN' "ET stenographrr-Tiookkeeper
Pox H. care this paper. l68i
Ri Pirn. Mining "o . prin. lp.il place of
I business 2449 Washington avenue. Ogden
I I tab
Notice- There are d.-lln juent upon the
following described stork on account of
Assessment No 2 levied on the 7th dav
I of July A. D. 1920. the several amounts
set opposite the names of the respective
shareholders as follows:
Names Cert. Shares AJU
('has C Rerlnger 14 loan $ fi nri
w. ;. child 2n iooo 5 on
IV. K. Mi Carty 21 2000 10 00
!C C. Rerlngi r . .27 Iipihi r, mi
P A. Qysln 2i iooo 6.oo
W'm. C. Kobihaon 33 2000 10.00
I Jennie L. Rerlnger 35 1000 6 00
Pete Johnson CO 1200 fi'oo
Ivy Iff, Watson 51 1200 6 00
'Sam Lee .. 69 1000 S 00
i Frank Smy th 60 1000 6.00
C, W. Thomas . .65 600 3.00
I. .Iiilinum li Ami 3 00
Mrs. R. R. How)- .70 2000 10 00
! Ethel Comp 74 1000 5 00
I W, H. Henry . ... 75 1000 5'no
Nick Grelman 76 1000 6 00
O. H Mohlmnn 84 32000 180 00
0. H. MohlniHn . . . S5 5000 25 no
Pete Johnson .. ..86 5000 25 00
Geo W. G will tarn ..87 40000 lOOiOO
I .'.nd in hccordancn with law and orders
Q thi 1 onrd of Directors ma'ie on Julv
7th. 1920. so many fharrs of each part-e
of said stock as may bo necessary will
bo sold at the office of the. compuiiv . 2140 '
Washington avenue. Ogden. Ptah. on the I
ISth day of September, A. f) 1920 at the I
hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to pay delinquent
I assessments thereon tcrgitlur yylth the
,cost of advertising and expenses of the
FRED J VICKS.
Care Pmgree National Hank Osjdi tl 1 I th
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Davis und Weber Counties Canal Com
pany. Ogdin, Weber County, Ptah.
Notice Is hereby given that nt a meet
Ing of the Board 01 Directors of said
Compstm held on the 1st day of Septem
ber, 1920. an assessment levied on the
capital stock of th corporation as fol
lows. 35 00 per share on Primary Stock
And $2 CO per share on Secondary Slock
payable to the secretary on or before thi:
1st dav of November. 1920. nt his office
In Ogdi n t'lty. ('tub
Any atock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on said 1st day of No
veinher. 1980, ivlll be delinquent and ad
vertlsed for : ale. at public auction and tin
less payment Is made before, win be sold
on he 18th day of December, 1920, al 13 1
o'eiock noon, al the south door of Weber
County Court House In said Ogden City
to nay the delinquent assessment, togeth- 1
er with cost ol advertising and expenses
ROBERT C NYE.
oilier. OOJ i;.-res Uulldlng. Ogden. 1 tah
NOTICE OF SPECIAL SHAREHOLDERS
MEETING OF THE PINGREE NA
I To tin Shareholders of tho Filigree Na
By vote of the-Hoard of Directors of
tht Plngree National Hank. I am instruct
ed to and do heron..' call a special meeting
of the shareholders to bS held r.t the
banking tooins if said hank. No. 2451
Washington avenue In tho Cly of Ogden.
County of Weber, State or rtah, on
Thursday, tha I6L'i day of September, A.
MOO dcr Ll'F PFR MONTH
ANYTHING New or OKS
ANYTHING A to X new or old
bought, sold or traded. Phone 3JJ
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Bramwell Rool and Statlonory 23r,j
Washington Ag Phone 160 J0CI
Utah Natitonai Bank, southeast corner
. Twenty -fourth and Washington Phone IL
CARPENTER AND JOBBER
IF Stnipplrk earpenter and Jobber. 15S
Twenty third t Phono 1018. 4471
Ogden Carpet Cleaning Co. Have us
clean your rugs the )r.-.t Phones 416
and 1S2:W 5050
K.xpert carpet ce(,nmK. upholstering
mattresses mad. . , r feathers renovated
oil F. T Hampton A: Co 2.W. W 4234
K- Van Kanipen for upholstering, ca--pets
clcmed altrrer and la'd Remaking
of mnftresses Phone 27(i2-J.
CEMENT BLOCK MANUFACTURING
VS e put In driveways and foundations.
r",ld ro"-'B8 nd garagea Phone
-:''7 J 4454
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phono 133. 2258-60 Washing-ton Ats
CHOP 8UEN AND NOODLES
Matsuba A lo. . leading Japanese res
taursnt In Ogden ;73 24th St.
Tho New Method Dentist- are special
ists in all hranchet of DtntlsL-y S46
Washington Avc zzQ
For a nice electric manage, call at
2147 Grant avenue. 434J
Ogden Pngravlng Service makers
of fine cute in one 01 mo olors. -tl
Twenty-fourth 'reet 1'oot,, a.
Geo D Bcnm .t, corporation and rrour
ns-irmce a p.-. 'all) PI. one 12. W 1514
JUNK AND HIDES
Western Hide A Junk Co, J123 Wash
ington A y f lhone S1
Ogden I inn tioui-L. lUil Washlngtoo
Ae. Phono 210
C. H -. rbe Phone 045 J. 5263
Paper hanging painting, kulsomlnlng.
paper .leaning. Reasonable Phone 22 1:
Gus anrl coal i.-ngea connected. All
kinds of plumbing v. ork. Our prices are
right. Ory i Waldram, 06I Seventeenth
street Phone 262V-K. 4230
All kinds. C H. Zerbe Phone 345 J
Willard Kay, roil estate and loans
.'474 Washington A ve e'Lone 409 H74
Garbage ar.d rubbldh hauled er sspoels
and toilets cleaned lohn Chlpp A Co
PI ono S2S. 8848 HwUou A.venu 73J
.HUNKS AND HAGS
Trunk and buij repairing, round cor
nor from Standard Gtllucher's. "37 Ifud-
1 -I iRT -vlndow and wall paoer clean
In amerlcati window Cleaning Ph C3J
D. 1320. at 12 o"clock noon, for the foi
1 low log purposes:
1. To sec If the shareholders will ratify
and confirm the a.-tion of the Board of
Directors In Increasing the capital stock
Of the I 'In ere.- National Hani; ..f Or,)en
1 Ptah from ( Hie . pdred and Seventy five,
iThou.'ind (SI75.03rt.Oo) Dollars to Two
jHundr.d .-nd Fifty Thousand ij:'. on 1
1 Dollars. ty the Issue and sale of seven
hundred and fifty i750) shares of stock, of
I the pur value of ore Hundred (ioo Tied
lars ner HIS re
This Increase of stock Is to be sold at
$166.67 per share and the present share
holders are permitted to -.ubserlbe for
I new sto-k 111 proper no;, to the amount of
; stock now held b them.
2 To change It-, name from PtngrPe
National Pan); .0 National Bonk of Com-
3 To take action upoq anv and all
matters and thl.ig. that may come before
:sald shareholders" ireetlng and to transact
such other huidnrs than herein speciflcal
lly deslfaiated as n.a legally be transact
ed at said meeting
Dated August 11 1020
By order of tho Board of Dlreetors
JAMES H RJLJ5T
iCashler of the P11 greo National Bank of
D; to of first publication August 11. ?2rt
I Dal.- of lost nubllcatlori Sept.jmler 15
In the District Court of Weber 'countv
Slate of Ptah.
Ifargsjerlte Catherine Murphy Plointiff.
vs. iOdmond D. Murphy. Defendant
Th. state of Ptah to Said Defendant,
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after servl.e of this
Summons upon you If served within the
county In which this action Is brought:
otherwise Within thirty days after serv
ice, and defend the above entitled action;
and In case of your failure so lo do, Judg
ment Will be rendered against you accr.rd
Ing to the demand of the complaint,
which has been filed with the clerk of
Tills action Is brought for the purpose
of dissolving the bonds of matrimony now
and hitherto existing between the plain
tiff and said deiendant. and for general
HAIiVSRSON KIMBALL A PARR
P. O. Address: Suite 605 Eccles Build
ing Odi n t'lty . I tah. 5053
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the interior, U, s ' Lsihd
Office at Salt Lake City. Utah. Septem
ber 1. 1920.
Notice Is hereby given that Charles W"
Broivn. of Ogden, l"tah. who. on June 22.
1916. made homestead entry No. 017830.
for NE. M. Section 8, Township 7 North.
Kange 1 East. Bait Lake Meridian, has
filed notice, of Intention to make thr. a
year proof, to establish claim to the lund
above described, before W. H Rceder.
Jr . Cnlted States Commissioner, at Og
den. Utah, on the 16th day of October
flalmant names as witnesses:
D, D. Dunbar. 1 SltSW Robert Mont
gomcry, Louis Shaw, all of Liberty, I'tah
Ql 1 LD B BLAKELEI
UTAH IS SECOND STATE
IN SILVER PRODUCTION
WASHINGTON. Sopt 11. Produc
tion of both gold and silver declined
last year. Director of tho Mint Baker
announced Inst night in making public
relsed figures which thovod the pro
duction to have bren-
Oold, S60.33S.40O; .silver. $63,533.
652. In fine ounces, t.ho output to
talled 2.018.62S of gold and 50.682.44'.
The director placed the loss In the
production of gold as compared with
the previous year at $8,313,300, while
the slump in silver mining raduoed the
Output by 1 1.127.000 ounces.
California led In the production of
fold, the state's output being 841, 63
ounces worth $17,395,200.
Colorado ranks socond with a gold
production valued at 110,148,800.
Alaska produced 4S1.984 ounces v.,1
ued nt $5.0G3.;.0O
Montana was the leading state In
the production of silver with an out
put of 15.012,000 ouik os worth on the
current market ubout $16,800,000.
liah was second with 12,542,623
ounces worth $14,058,650. Virginia and
South Carolina managed to creep Into
the IIhI of states producing tho prOClOUS
metals, according to Mr. Baker's state
ment. Virginia's total however, was
only eight ounces of silver while
South Carolina found five ounces of
gold and two ounces of silver.
'MANY HEADS WILL FLY.'
BERLIN, Sept. ll. An extraordin
ary declaration by Former Emperor
I Wllhelm, made on the grounds of his
The Ogden Auto Directory
WHERE THEY ARE AND WHAT THEY DO I
Northeast Service Station. Cheesman Auto Co. 3786
' Oldsmobile trucks and touring cars Briscoe cars, Gramm-Bernstein
trucks White-Robinson, 2300 Washington. Phone 340. 3739
Ogden Auto Radiator Co., 2329 Hudson Avenue 3740 I
All makes of batteries repaired and recharged. Exide Battery Sta
tlon, 2359 Hudson Avenue - 3741
vVebei Taylor Motor Co., 23&3 Hudson Avenue '?halmer3 and Max
well sales and service Phone 143 3742
Hudson Auto Top Co . 1717 Washington 377S
Wc buy all cars regardless of condition. Salvage part3 for aale
Auto Salvage Co , 2348 Grant. 4045
! Willard Battery Station, 2454 Grant avenue 3733 !
LEGAL NUT1CES !
; Proposed Constitutional Amend
ment No. 1.
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 6.
.A Joint resolution proposlnu tin nmervl-n-lent
to Section i of ATtlClS 11 of the
Constitution or the State r.f Ctnh re
Intlnc tr. municipal corporations
B it enacted by the Legislature of the
St.ite of I tnh two thirds vote Of All tho
members elected in the two Houses con
j Section 1 Thnt It ! pnipc-,r't to menr
I Sc. tlon 5 of .Vrtlele XI of the Conntltn
Ition of the State of I'teh. so thnt tht
I eame will re.-td as follow
I Sec .". forpnrstlons for municipal pur
I poses shall not be created by spectal lsws.
The Legislature by gonei i laws shall pro-
I vide for the Incorporation, organisation
and classification of cities nnd towns In
proportion to population, which laws may j
be altered, oniended or repealed.
Any city may frame and adopt a r), ir
ler for its own government in the fol
j The loglnlatlvo authority of the city
msy. by two thirds vot. of Its member:-.!
and upon petition of qualified rlectors to
i the number of 10 fjer rent of all votes cast j
t the next preceding e.-ron for the of-j
flee of the mayor. hIihII forthwith provide
ihy ordinance for the submission to tho
! electors of the question. "Shall a Com
j mission he chosen to frame a chart- r?"
The ordln-inee shall require that the qucs
I tlon be subnUtted to the electors at the
(next regular municipal election. Th.- (Mil
lot containing such question rhall also
contain the names of candidates for mm
I bers of the proposed Commission, hut
I without party designation. Such cnndl
'dates shall be nomlnnted In the same
manner as required by law for nomination
of city officers. If a majority of the elec
tion voting on the question of choosing i
Commission ehall vote In Ihe afflriimtlve
then the fifteen candidates receiving a
majority of the votes east at such elec
tion, shall constitute the charter Commis
slon, and shall proceed to frame a char
Any charter so framed shall le sub
I milted to the qualified electors of the city
I in an election lO uo nr-l'l ui a umr rr
be determined by the chart' i Commission
I which shall be not .-s.-: thin thirty day s
I Mibserrli'-nt to Its completion nnd dlstrl
Ibutlon among the electors and not more
j than one yar from such date. Alterna
tive provisions may also be submitted to
be voted upon separately. The Commls
I slon shall make provisions for the distri
bution of -copies of tho proposed charter
nnd of nn ulterntitive provisions to the
'qualified electors of the city not less than
sixty days before the election ot which It
its voted ufon. Such proposed charter and
such alternative provisions as are ap
proved by a majority of the electors vot
, ing thereon, shall become an organic law
.of such city nt such time as may be fixed
therein and shall supersede any existing
charter and all laws af filing the organ
ization ond government of sUch city which
! are now In conflict therewith Within
' thlrlj days after lis approval u copy of
I Such charter as adopted, certified by th-
mayor and city recorder and authentic!
led by the seal of such city, shall be made
In duplicate and deposited, one in tho of
. flee of the Secretary of State and the
I other In th office of the City Recorder,
i ond thereafter nil courts shall take Judl
clal notice of such charter.
I Amendments to nny BUCh charter may
he framed and submitted by the charter
Conimlrslon In the same munner as pro
vided for making of charters, or may be
'proposed by the legislative uuthorlty of
the cllv upon n two thirds vote thereof,
or by petition of qualified electors to a
niln.illT equal l" r'le tenth Of 111'' total
vote cast for mayor on the next preceding
election, ond any such amendment may
(be submitted nt the next regular election.
and having he.-n approved by the majority
of tho electors voting thereon, shall be
i come a part of the charter at the time
fixed in euch amendment and shall be cer
tified and filed as provided In case of
Eai h city forming Its charter under this
Si 'on thai! have, and Is hereby granted,
the authority to exerdes all powers relat
ing to municipal affairs, ond to adopt
and enforce within Its limits, local police
I sanitary and similar regulation not to con-
flict with the general law, nnd no cnumer
'atlon of powers ln this constitution or any
! law shall be deemed to limit or restrict
the general grant of authority hereby .on
iferred; but this grant of authority shall
'not Include the power to regulate the serv
! Ico or charges of public utilities so long
'as such legulatlon Is provided for by gen
I eral law, nor be deemed to limit or re
I strict the power of the Legislature In mat
terj of public or general Interest, nor
: those relating to State affnlrs.
The power to be conferred upon the clt
lee by this Section shall Include the fol
(n) To levy assess and collect taxes 1
'and borrow money, within the limits pic-;
I scribed by general laiv. and to levy and
'collect special assessments for benefits i
(b) To furnish all local public services: j
'to purchase, hire, construct, own. main I
, tain and operate, or lease, public utilities. I
I local ln extent and use to acQUiro by
I condemnation, or otherwise, within or
without the corporate limits, property
i necessary for any such purposes, subject
to restrictions Imposed hy general law for
the protection of other communities: and
to grant local public utility franchises and
regulate the cxercl.ie thereof subject to
tho continuing power of reg-ulntlon of pub
lie utilities, their rat. a and service by tho j
Slute, ns is BOW 01 iii.y heiniftcr be, pro-'
y id-i bv general law.
( To make local public Improvements!
end to acquire by condemnation, or other 1
wise, property yy Ithln Its corporate lim i
Its neeesssrv for such Improvements; and !
also to acquire an excess ovj-r that needed
for nnv such improvement and to soli or I
huso such excess property with restrlc
lions. In order to protect nnd preserve
(l) To Issue and sell bonds en the se
curity oi nny hih-h i-'-i' juupeiiy or oi
anv public utility owned by the city, or
Of the revenues thereof or both, Includ
ing. In the case of a public utility, a fran
chise slating the terms upon which In
case of foreclosure, the purchaser may
operate such Utility,
See. 2. The Secretary of State Is here
bv directed to submit tho prtqroscd amend
ment to tho electors of the State at the
net general election In the manner pro
vided by law.
See 3. If adopted by th" electors of
this State, this amendment shall take ef
fect on Junuary ll t. IIS
Approved March IS. 1010.
residence at Doom, is reported by
Vorwaerta in a story purporting to
emanate from a Pruxslun Junker, who
recently visited htm.
It is stated thnt the former emperor
w.is chopping a trssj when he suddenly
exclaimed as he struck furious blows
with his axe
This is the way heads will fly to
the right and left when I return to
It shows Wllhelm in all his old
greatness as a politician."
FEDERAL JUDGE ORDERS
SEIZED WHISKY RETURNED
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 11. Hold
ing that 3oti cases of whisky valued
at $75,000 hod been seised without
warrant or other authority, Judge
Maurice T. Doollng ln the United
Proposed Constitutional Amend
ment No. 2. j
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 5. j
A rr.-olutlon proposing an amendment to j
Section 7. !tir!e 18 Ol Ihe I 'onstlt iltlon
of the State of Ptah. relating to tsx H
rates for State purposes.
Be It resolved hv the legislature of the H
Stan- oi Utah, two-thirds of all ih.-
members elected to each House concur- (
Section 1. That It is proposed to amend
Section 7. of Article XIII of the Consti
tution of th. State ot Utah so that th" 1
same will rend an follows-
Sec. 7. The rate of taxation on proper
ty for State purposes Shall never exceed
S mills on each dollar of valuation to be H
apportioned as follows-. Not to exceed H
4V; mills on each dollar of valuation for H
general State purposes: not to exceed 3 H
mills on each dollar of valuation for (lis- H
trlet school "purposes, not to exceed Vt H
mill on each dollr. r of valuation for high IH
he.il purpo.-ev th it part of the Stntf.
tax apportioned to high s hool purposes HHJ
shall constlluti s fund t.. i.e called the
High School Fund nnd shall be appOr- HH
tinned to the cities and school districts HHJ
maintaining high schools In the manner HHJ
the Legislature may proy ioe And when HHJ
ever the taxable property within the State HHJ
shall amount to 400.000.000.00. the rutci HHJ
shall not exceed on each dollar ot vain i Hl
tlon two and four-tenth.i mills for general
State purposes, two-tenths ot one mill fot J
high school purposes, and such levy fof HJ
district school purposes as will raise an- HHJ
nuallv an amount which, added to anir HHJ
other State funds nvaliable for district HHJ
school purposes equals $25.00 for each
person of school age In the State, shown HHJ
by the last preceding school census; un- HHJ
less n proposition to Increase such rate HHJ
iOr rates specifying the rate or rates pro- HHJ
posed and the time during which the same HHJ
i shall bo levied, he first submitted to
vote of such of the qualified electors of HHJ
!the State, as, tn the year next preced
ling Mich election, shall have paid a prop- HHJ
ci ty tax assessed to them wlihln the State HHJ
land th-- majority of those voting thereon
ehall vole ln favor thereof. In such man
'ner as may be provided by law.
I Sec. 2. The Secretary of State Is dl- LB
I rected to cause this proposed amendment HHJ
1 to bo published as required by the Con HHJ
istltutlon and to be submitted to the elec- HHJ
tors of the State at the- next general clec- HHJ
tlon In tho manner provided by law. HHJ
Sec 3. If approved by tho electors of th i HHj
'State, this proposed amendment shall
I take effect on the 1st day of January, Hj)H
Approved March IS. 1919.
Proposed Constitutional Amend- 1
ment No. 3 ;
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION flj
. A concurrent resolution providing an hJ
amendment to Section 1. Article XIV.
of the Constitution of the State of HjjjjjjjfJ
1 I'tah. relating to State debt limitation.
. Be It enacted by the Legislature of the HH
Stati "i Utah, two-thirds of all the mem- IHJ
ben elected to each of the two Houses HH
concurring therein: HH
Section 1. That It is proposed to ,mend HJ
'Section l. Artni. it. of the constitution
of tl'.e State of Ftuh. so that the samo
will rend as follows: HH
Section 1. To meet casual deficits or HH
failures In revenue, and for necessary ex- HHJ
I pendltures for public purposes. Including
' the erection of public buildings, and for
I tho payment of all terrltotlal Indebtedness.
assumed by the State, the State may con- HHJ
( tract debts, not exceeding in the aggro-.. HH
i gate at any one time, an amount equal to HHJ
J . in iiluin of the value ol the taxable
' property of the Stale, as shown by ' H
: he men I foi pu pes H
previous to the incurring of such indebt- H
I edness. Lut the State shall never con
tract any Indebtedness except as in tho
next section provided. ln excess of H
.such amount, nnd all moneys arising
'from loans herein authorized shall be np-
piled solely to the purposes lor which they
Sec. 2. The Secretary of Stole Is hereby !
directed to submit this proposed amend
ment to the electors ot the State at the
next gcnerul election In tho manner pro-
vlded by law.
t Sec. 3. If adopted by the electors ot
the State, this amendment shall tako c(-.
f. 1 1 i
Approved March IS. 1919
Proposeti Constitutional Amend
ment No. 4.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
A concurrent resolution proposing an
amendment to the Constitution of the 1
State ot i tub by amending Section S. 1
Article XVI, relating to rights of ac
tlon to recover damages for injuries re
suiting In death.
Be It resolved and enacted by the Legts- LS
Inture of the Statu of Ptah. two-thirds
of all the members elected to csch of
the two Houses concurring therein
Section 1. That It Is proposed to amend
Section 5. Article 16, of the Constitution
of the State of Ptah. so that said section
shall rend as follows: B
The right of action to recover damages
for Injuries resulting In death, shall never
bo abrogated, and the amount recoverable,
shall not be subject to any statutory Hint
to tlon, except In canes where compensa
tlon for Injuries resulting in death Is pro
vlded for by law.'
Section 2 Th.- Secretary of State Is
her-: h dlr cted lo submit this proposed
amendment to the electors of the statu
at the next general cloctlon In tho man
ner provided b)
See. 3 If adopted by the electors of
the slate the amendment thull take effect
Junuary 1st, 1921.
Approved October 9, 1919.
j I. Harden Bennlon. Secretory of State,
I Of the State of Ptah. do hereby certify
thnt tho foregoing Is a full, truo and cor
rect copy of all Constitutional Amend
nu nts proposed by the regular and spo
clal sessions of tho Legislature ol 19P.
as the same appear of record In my o(- B
I In witness whereof. I have hereunto set
I my hand and uf fixed the Great Seal ot the
State ol I'tah. this 1st day of September. J
I (Seal HARDEN HEN N ION.
i rotary of State.
States districts court today ordered
the liquor ! turned to B. YY. Sloan of
thi.-. elty. Sloan protected the seizure.
saying he obtained the liquor beforo
prohibition laws became effective.
WOMAN 2D LIEUTENANT
IS ORDERED RELEASED
OMAHA. Neb.. Sept. 11 Ml&s Hoi
ona Sc-haoenfclder, only woman sec-.
ond lieutenant at the local army rm
orultlng station, ha.i been ordered to
rejiort at Fort Crook September 15 tu H
receive her discharge.
Mls.s Schaocnfelder Is an army field
Clerk with the rank of second licuten
ant. She will return to Washington
D. c.. where sin- will attend Ooorg-
An ounce of golf leaf, rolled out,
would cover BO :ii''"-a Ol 11 square frt