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jflH SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 5 I
j FOR SALE
I f Rctj Estate
3fitf w .. xwwwwmwwWi
H room hrlck on w .. I. inn' on nvonur,
MM ISSOOi $300 down, balance $25 per month.
B Throe ;,nd OtlC half acres A 1 farming
MMMM land: pood vatcr right, fruit trees, smnll
fruit. 4 room frame hou.-. pood fruit eel
H lar. big h.nn and other outbuildings Two
B miles from Ojrdrti city. All for 14660; 11500
H down, hnlance monthly. Thin property is
Bm 4-room partly modern mime liousc In
kjBLj nfrth part of city. Two blocks from fur
BEbJ Uno; lnro lot. eellnr and outbuildings,
H This Is .-in Ideal place for one who de
H aires to raise a garden and keep chickens.
9BBB Prict 12000: J1060 down balance 3Q per
H Small dwelling close to city ; water and
3H ftflht. Price 11400: $300 down, hit lam ISO
VVJBBBI per month.
RBJ 4 -room modern home on nrh. In
BJ choice location, near car llni : house in
HKS A 1 condition: large lot. Price 13800; fiooo
nBBB down, I ti la re . (35 per month
BH AltflOTT A: CO.
I'nder CominerclH National Ur.iik Illdir. ;
H GOOD three room modern brick home, I
H Well located. clOM In on Twenty sixth
B street, with goo J lot. only $2000 Terms i
Br Poitr room Irame house. close in on
jT Lincoln avenue, pnved street, lot 40 feet
H ide 1100 $40.0 cash, balance fame
H .is j
KH Pour room house in good shape with
one acre of good land with water right;
Ideal place for garden and it home $2500. :
MwM Liberty iKinds.
v B A good h i en room home well located; i
'.fl ,n the rsilroad district close in. larg'.-, I
lot onl.v 2100. TerniK to Bull
BBBB n ilejrnnt seven i-oom hrlck house.,'
BBBB well located on the bench, close In. all'i
1 .y. ..-,.,., I Onl. t'tvoo $-.00 .
Iiash. balance same as paying rent
A pood citht room home within two.
blOCkfl 01 il" union depot, with larg" lot.
-i-eat rewnue iroducer. Terms if de
sired. I J BH I'M MITT
241" M .).-! Vv-nii.- Phoi H
H VCRB8, well improved. oni ml!c from!
cemeni highway: Owner will lake city,
property and carrv hack lor balance. Hoy
Griffin. 2375 Hudson avenue. Phono 750 ,
f vi ro m lot ge rtocplng porcti full
be ment, brick house; best residence sec-1
tlon pOI - "ti al once. inquire 1T.12
Ts i i iui phi I, l i26 W 6522
PI VI-: n.oin brick on North Washington, j
PrUe 13800 and assume paving can he J
handled lor 8200 cash payment. O. A '
Kennedy. Ctah National buildinc. Ogden. ,
I Il I 1
i f v 'i -. ni to el oi di your prop
erty list It with Ko Gi .ffln. Il'id on
i . Phoni i 1 ' " 1
2a VCRE farm well Improved good homo '
20 acres Improved good heel and tomato I
H 2" acres, high producer; will consider .
some trade, 1
Six loom brick house, modern except J j
h :i t ; one acre of land $5500: terms. M
H c'our room brick house, one acre, Cheap'. :
82200, Terms. j
H Blghi room frame house on the bench I
B mo.b rn eve. pt heal. $50ui); extra good 1
H Six room franu hous--. modem except;;
1 heal Childs av. nue. Snap: $3000. i -
RQY QRIFP1K j y
SHjn Hudson venue I'hone n.r,0 .
C17 . 1
ONE new four room frame, just built .
BbHH One three room frame, only 82600. triOO
H down, the balance without interest Sec j '
IHH me before you buy I have anything you
BH want from A to Z Inquire 302 Thirty-I
fifth streel 6493 ,
. v) FIVE mom brick houst large lot. Phonelb
-ta ! oi inou n 565 Seventeenth " reet.
j i;iGHT io.hh frame. iar-- lot, located two w
BBVf block! Irom business center of town. !f
HBtt S' room modern, close In on bench. I i.
BHI S3&00: ternu G
Seven room modern, largo lot good gar
age, etc. $3500.
I!IIPf It A SAl'NDEHS GO.
J 2474 Washington I'hone UOl
TlTiiSi; nurill triicls inn v er. looking
HJ for arc on our lists 1 acre. VA acres. "J
HHll acres, 41 acres. 5V acres, all Improved
HsW Price depending on location and improv
menls S R Hinckley. 431 Twenty
i ioni I J ""i 176 i I 8449
room modern frame bungalow as
. et t bent, with furniture. Appl liO
i - nl -' 1
Ft I : land, part emit; olghl oon i
house, modern except heat; hot house.
.'I' .. :. I. el I hoi-ii .'St..' 'I.I
OV ". ; tT7 siri. tT mod
ern home at 2541 Van Buren. 2 stories and
full basement. A fine home and a bar
Ti lephone 816 MOj
"JfRSl SOMK "RY DESQtABLB
ff.m ON TERMS
"Jk -v Also 60inu vacant lots.
v - I N PIEUCE
REAL ESTATE AND EOANS
T lephons 425 502 l'cle:. Bids;,
Six-room modern home, pood sized lot I
doae, 4 I'lock from car line and paved I
street; all special taxes paid, Immcdldtc .
Ki possession. $3000. Worth more money,
"jno,' Double house. 4 rooms each: large lot. i
BjgW close in on bench and paved "trcet. Live
B in one, rent one. $3550.
QjgB E K BRATZ
BH 417 Eccles Building
RE LL estate hundied on short notice
Mcwj Prompt attention glvi n to all home seek- j
BKI ers. Call and hee our list. J. H. Epper-
son, 4ut iTcniy-sixtn street fnone lzby
nine room stiictl) modern high grade
PJPH home on Adiuns aenue. near Twenty-
fifth street. Terms. 89(100.
Plve room modem brick home Terms
A bargain. $550u.
KEJ l.Y 8t gERRICK .'.hi
uv OWNER Six rooms htrictiy modern;
H new home; without doubt the best buy in
JH 'own: must be aold at once I'hone H4i"e
HK M l' ii i. earl;, modem .. nd m an. I
QMV one-half acres fine land: fruit, barns, hen
T! house and fine Improvements, on Canyon
SbAti road, near Washington avenue. A bar-
gain Good terms, Kelly & llerrlck
SIX loom hciii,e at Thlrt eighth and
Grant, Will rent lurnished or unfir-
Inished. Will sell furniture. Kimball
pljyi-i piano Mahogany and quarter
sawed oak furniture The Walker Com
pany. I 'lion. 1 1 Q 6S84
TWO hon,.-. (,r the f.rlce of one. Double
pressed brick cottage. modern ' except
heat. 2C2'J Hon roe avenue. Phone 1201
Sfi-LsJPOJTEK, Real ISstate and ii.n
737u aenlngton avunue rnono iS7fi
8IX irnim hou b, barn and garage isr
lot 1916 'ir.mt ' 627:?
82800 to.i .-: four room:-. 8150 down
2250 buys five rooms; $300 down
J4j0m buys five room modern brick' 81600;
mv. W- !3ALDUA1TH KARL
-J Washington Phone UOl
Brand nea four ioni bungalow on
bench modem except heat: move right
m: $600 cash will handle balance like
l ive room In railroad district: vacant
20 cash, balance easy, Price $2100
,0cJVl' room brand new on bench: vacant
JS00 CHSh. U.ilanee ei,5v .
Phone 013 2255 W.
j fur sale Real Esute I
j I Continued
I Plve room frame- partly moflern. bam
etc. Good lot, Immediate possession. IO
j cated south part of town. Price $2250.
' Good four room houae. 1 acre good
land, close to auR-ar factorv A good buv
' at $2700.
Five room modern, extra largv lot. all
" planted to fruit. On Washington ave
nue, beautiful location. You will like
' 1 See iif ut once for good buys In city
SMITH & FLINDERS CO.
' IGVj acres at Clearfield. One of the
best small farms In Davis county. Good
n w four room house and outbuilding.-.
Small f;'tnll orchard A real good small
farm Prlc. $tS00
30 lures; 17 acres orfhard. all good va
rieties fruit; 10 acrrcs Al sandv loam
soil. 41-! shares water Davis and Weber
company canal. Good four room house
barn, and other improvements. Some ma
jchinery and Implements. Price $11,000.
We now have an excellent variety of
the best of farm lands. See us.
SMITH FLINDERS f'O.
Upstairs Commercial National Bunk
fNi: HALF acre with one room house.!
.fruit trees, grapec vines and currants.
gejj 1822-J j i
I'.Y .in n. i .. n s .f land. : pioni frnm.
house. nSu Second Street 8647
Ml' OWNER -Four-room house. ? lots on
Eighteenth street; also 3 acres on Seven-i
t. entii lr.- ' I 'hone rjoi' w 6646
I i : 1 IEi ER i i"' w LBS
Real Estate Loans Insurance ,
BJtcepUonellj goo-l buy In three room '
frame cottage on the h nch. House has 1
cement basement Iihs been newly papered
and cleoned: good lot. south front, lawns
nnd .shade. In. $17',!'; ?t Jovmi and
balance $20 per month.
We have a genuine bargain in a 66x170
fool lot close In on Jefferson avenue.
There arc two good houses, one of which
I" nearlv new: brings Income of 280 per
Mntli Tl.ic nrnnorlu U u-nrlh Ifou
ever, we will consider any reasonable of
i r-1 i ...i, i fall to Invent iga'.- this, n.-i It
i means money to you.
UV are in a position lo locate you on a
tarm in eny part of I'tah or southern
Idaho. We alr have several good farms
Mo trade for cilv property,
21n5 H'tdson wenue
1 Phone 917 B546
', W ' A N N v I V
Real Estnte Insurance
We offer two up to the mlnule colonial
.1, .cn home ut ver attractive prices
ali i terms Doth are situated In choice
residential section, are newly completed
and read) for occupancy, win sen the
fivt room for 24600 and the one of six
roon for $r.50H These are positive bar
ibaln; and terms are unusuall) liberal.
1 ioom frrtrne. with large sleeping porch
Newly Painted and decorated, lol 35vlnl
fe, ( . ideal location on bench. Price $3500
! Easy terms.
Strictly modern six room home in BOUth
pari of town jut oft Washington avenw
Nice lot and gjirage. Price $5600. Terms
jean be arranged
." room modern brick, with furnace will
include furniture foi $475o or without for
K4200 Payment oi $"' will handle this
P. V ("ANN DY
2-127 Hudson Ave
Alhani'ini Theatre Is Next Dooi
p WAISTS5 "j
vv ! w :.. help with sewing Bloom, th
I iloi 224 Twenty-fifth Si 6560
EXPERIENCED st enographei and office
igirl, no beginners. Washington Market.
I3A.RI 2.'. week!) spare time, writing
for newspapers magazines; experience,
unnecessary, details free. Press Syndicate, j
163 St. lxnit, Mo. C1""
W iMAN to help 'i" general houst I
through dav. phone 2414-W. 6 to 'J p. m. ;
HOI SEKEEPER for man and two small
lovs. IJox 2 care Standaid Examiner.
SCHOOL who wl hei home to assist
with housework Phone 27B7-J 8480
GIRL for general houst work No w ashing, i
( : I K I. -.u le ai' e ( hi-'.. .'-inrvl I l: roll NO
washing 1072 Twontv fifth street pnons
;IKI. f.ii general lent. -.vo:i. Small fam
ll . no l..umlrv vvoik. I'l i . I .'. I
ill: 5T class, pcrleni - i st rtoi i i hoi
Ogden Wholet ie Drug 1 1 1 j
.'ii LMj IERMAI1 Rt ed Hotel 62JI
. ; II' I S ov.-r IS year of ago for work In
'.-real factory Apply ut Albers Pros
'Milling Co, Twenty-ninth and Pacific
' av nue, fi-:t 1
COOK tpply In person kt Marths Nur
i serv North Washington avenue, at city
'ilKl.S, ov.-r IS, Oi.-den Sti.r.m l-aundry.
i K i ! il II BN ' El l sewing k-irl.-. wanted al
Ci '( '-oyn shop, good wageSt 6386
I Rox H. cure this paper. 4062
CARPENTERS, laborers, cement finish
ers wanted for Job lasting two months
Steady work With Sunday work optional
Apply C, K. Dlnsmore & Co.. 215 Eccles
riRLMLN hial.emen. 2.r.u to VU month
ly, experience unnecessarv. Write only
Railway, .are Standard Examiner 631S
Ml.N wanleij f,,r d tectlv. work 'lt. .1
Ganor, former government detective St.
MEN. ag- 17 to r..'. Exper n n uniiece.
an Travel, make secret investigation,
reports. Salaries, expenses American For
eign Detective Agency, f.44 St. LOUlS,
SOLICITOR. Bnergetii Sroung man v
pi Smith & Flinders. I pjtalra Commer
cial National Rank. 6524
BOl oi gin with horse tor Standard-Ex
amlner route on Harrisvllle road See clr
dilation manager Standard Examiner.
"I I - : I . v , 1 1 . -. I .. ho':pira! fp!'. '
offie, of Dee Hospital I 183
BOY wltli hors.j for Standard Examiner
route in Taylor, See circulation marts j
gjcr, Standard Examiner 646r.
V V I.I.
stands plain cooking. School for the Deaf
I and I llni 6374 (
'MEN to unload eoul grxvi p.. . Lion Coal
Co.. Thirty-first nnd Washington 623C
I! YS at . : t, in I nloti Good wiigeK
SUGAR MEN W N T ED
We have OPI nings for a large number
of exiHTlenced Station men Laborers also
wanted. Phone to Interstate Sugar Co.. '
j 50 R..1, or meet our trucks in front of
' Lamb, ig.-r depot -it 7 ::i in a h mom
ling Interstate Sugar Co.. Hooper. Utah 1
BOY yy iii bicycle foi delivering for day
: work '"'ullev I'rig Co C(m
CEMENT finishers wanted Call Super
intendent Phom 523. 6022 1
FLY. pair uiiio.-, ignition. Y M. C A.
Auto School. Loa Angeles. 5001 i
Male and Foale
. AMBITIOUS men. women, over 17 want
ed. U, S, government positions. SJ13S
18105 month. List positions free Franklin1
I Institute. iept 198-H, Rochester, N
AMBITIOUS men, women over 17 want
I SO U. S. government positions $l?i"i to
I SI 95 month. Llxt positions free. Franklin
: Institute, D:pt. 493 H. Rochester, N. Y I
, FOR SALE j
S. C. White Leghorn baby chlck.M from
'" ' ' : illoganlz.-d) stock Now
booking orders for this fall and next
spring delivery. Prices and terms gladly
Hint on leipi-st Hatcher and .shlppeia
oi baby chicks since isos
MCST HATCH I Nd'HATOR CO
86 Bevcnth Street Petal urn a. Cal.
V S ARMY NEW AND USED
IT; S Army overcoats used but In good
condition, new buttons sewed on. 884
dozen, or each $10.50. CT, 8, Army brand
n.-vv overcoats olive drab color, belted
models, double breasted, each $14 06 IT. S.
j Army slijrhtly used raincoats. $42 dor.en
I or each $4.2j. Canadian officer's brand
new raincoats. 48 Inches long, made with
I belt very stylish, guaranteed absolutely
I waterproof, a wonderful coat for $ioo
dozen or each $0.05. IT, S. Army wool
I shirts, used but repaired and maundered,
graal vnjuee at $22 CO dozen each 52.45.
C S Army used wool breeches, lace bot
toms. $2.05 pair. T" S. Army heavy olive
' drrtb sweaters. used but repaired. $27
dozen or . nch $2.05. L S army officer's
brand new wool .sweaters, worth $15. spe
cial, each $7 05. Officer's V neck heavy
'wool sweaters, brand new. each $C.06.
U. S Army all wool Slightly used under
shirts and drawers, per garment. $1 35.
U, S. Army hcavv fleec.i lined undershirts
and drawers, good as new. $S dosen or per
gurment 75c U. S. Army brand new large
sire all wool blankets. $90 dozen or o h
$796 Slightly used blankets of the same
grade 72 dozen or each $6..'.o. I '. S. Army
brand new MeClcllan saddles, each $27.50.
Sam. Riddle Slightly used. 813.60. IT, B
Armv tiding bridles, practically new a. h
: ". i v. rite for complete price list. Money
order or e.-itlfled check with order. In
elude postage If goods are to he shipped
parcel post Money back If not satisfied. I
ARMY SALVAGE WAREHOUSE CO.
Largest hbuse of its kind on earth. Order
from nearest warehouse Greenv ille, S C..
F..rt Vv ..rili L . 1 ' n mCOlC F Is 861
APARTMfiNI house, Income about $2500
per year and apartment for owneis use.
Price $11 500. Consider ;ome trade and,
terms. irefer vacant lots. Phone 1166,
ONT5 Savage fee thei weigh! rifb. . .-xeei ;
i. ni . ondltlon. 801 I !hc iter Bt 668
WIDE tire farm wagon gears, nearlv
new, good values Sidney Stevens Implc
m. ni c.
FOLDING baby buggy for sale. 8601
' Child- -. 6561
THOROUGHBRED Spitz puppies. Phono
' l -.-. M 6668
ISTUDEBAKER farm wagons. Sldne)
I Stevens implement Co. 'i5i"l
l i'TI'iN sale Of horses and mules Mon
Iday, October lx A lot of good big- work
hi. i... Ogdi n Hoi. hi- Sale i: I'ommlsSiod
' Co 65f.2
Y9ARLING Leghorn hens, Rhode Island
Red Buff Orpington. Plymouth Rock pui
, lets itiv rdalo. Phone i-. R 1-' fe'.c7
Blacli Twig Arkansas Black, Northwest
.em Greening Wlnesap and Winter La
I nana apoles Orchard Farm. Riverdale.
I'l.. a.. R : i. jj
M Hi 'LSI '.I'l iw i.r; tv.,,n. engine saw
,'otitfit and 6 volt storage battery. 36-Inch i
circular saw 2143 Wall Ave. r.V.O
IK .ni want a r.al mil. h cow call .Tj.lT W
BEAUTIFUL broadcloth suit; tricotine !
dress, size 40 Phone 55f, Room 40
i l- l LNI'I't RE for sal.-. ijo Patterson
GAS rang-- and gas heater in perfect eon 1
ditio'n; also two oiial electric light shades. I
Phone -'17' 652f
THREE year old cow and 10 month.' old
h.-lfer. Ninth und Wall avenue 66S-
i:i'.;HT vveek-i' old pigs LI, on. s L 3 !
No I rrcsh milk cow and calf L91S
Qranl I '.::
w INTER pears for sale 7: Twelfth
street. 6680 1
PRACTICALLY new brusuel: rug. b.
1"'-.. : 830 Phone luC, i 6523
II.vP.LE Davidon mot..r.-v . ).- good run
nlng condition, will sell or trade. Call I
after 5 p m 457 Canyon road Phone I
HEATER, Singer 1 lowing machine kit- I Il
cabinet; must see to appreciate 3214
ONE nea Oaddin Supreme phonograph
1 ' II i i : : w .i Tjn ent; wyenth fiioi
SHEEP and rattle men, I .. f . . i buying
hay for winter communicate with S E
N. 1 ..ii Rlgb l.'.iho. L I-'. 1 . 1 6500
JONATHAN apples and winter potatoes
nm ri iiil.. nnw l-l 1 I.J tl'.t I
!hi II grade lerscj cows Phone 53 dur
ling day, 27.'s u sftei 6:80 p. m 6460
WE P higher i nnh prices for all used
I household furniture. Newman's Second
Hand Store. 234S Washington avenue
Phone 63S- Ol.'.O
Sheep nnd cattle men. before buying
your winter hav communicate with D C.
Beck, Huston. Idaho. Rout.- 2 C-H7
I TWO young Shetland ponies, gentle, for
chlldr.-n 616 Twenty-fourth Street
MAJESTIC range, gas range dining ta
i ble four chairs, Ice box, rag rug. 2760
CININC room table and chairs, brass bed.
I springs and mattress, 'Jxl2 rug. wardrobe,
et .. . le. Phone ' P.i'N f 01 Ml 6881)
iGENI INE mahogany librarv table I'hon.
C: . i ;, i : 639U
SM LL lot of housrhold goods K1
u ashingtoii Aye, 6391
" 'l I 1 N a . pb-s and p. arf. We St
, 1 1 v . i i'v.i if.ii s. i-i,,-.:,. t.- M n . .
DROP head P'tarv l.ig'T . '.vlng nun bin.
i'hon. 291B '.I. i . I
: WINTER apples free from worms smd
Ihrulsrs 600 Twelfth St. Winesaps and
IPearmain, good apples, $1 00 and SI 2":
ch 81j0 nn.l $1 75; culls. 75c, (.36
APP1 iES II r.11 bii.-hi i mTI Iverson s
plai at Ninth SI and Lincoln Ave 6342
APPLE'.- il L Child. Riverdale Phone
i 8-R-l. 6806
I'l KM II LL L'l''. W ) in. ton Av ,'.Mf'
NEVI extracted hones 'or sale at 20c per
I pound or $1150 in 60 pound cans, wlit!.-
It lasts. Address Ceo T Pierce R. F.
' D. 5 Rox 222, Marriott, also Geo. O
Batchelor, '-"'4i) Stephens avenue. 570S
LARGE w.-M colored Jonathans $3. hich
grade Wlnesaps 52 50; big r-d and striped
i iano.- '.' Phone 22-22W . 56S0
PAINTS AND VARNISHES.
Buy our paint at StOWO'S and aae
money. 1S0O Washington avenue. Phone
-'--. .1 1818
D family auto. Phone 1427. 6073
LNCALLLPi tor suits, tailor made; hi
reduction Gordon's. 8U-88 Twenty-fifth
St Phone 419. Ml
j WANTED j
I Situation i
WIDOW with 2 boi, 6 and 4. wishes posi
tion ns housekeeper ranch or city. I am
B good cook and housekeeper and wish to
gl t in a good home State what vou have
Call or write Mrs. Ida Harris, Carlyle
11. -t. 1. L i -1 1 ,, 140
SPANISH and Punch lessons, conversa
tional nnd commercial beginning and ad
vanced. Addreni Rox 66. care Standard
i'l KTAINS don. and woman will go out
b Hi- lee;- Plum. IT.'. r,).r,x
NIGHT watchman or porter; good n ft r
enceSi es merchant policeman. Box 50,
Standard Exumln. r 5114
DrS AKING H
DRESSMAKING guaranteed. 440 Ten
t :uxth. Phom 1985 '. 6520
SEW1NC vant..l ..' .'II I'ro.--; 6.?.S
pop dressmaking TaTi 268 1 .). No 7.
Avon Apartments, rlD7
HE MST1TC HIN'j and plcot edge. Prompt
st rvlce am work guaranteed 23.Ti Wash
ington avenue Sing, r Sewing Mai hiio
DRESSMAKING leading and embroider
lnj; remodellnsi Work guaranteed
i'l 1 186 I '. --.
M USTITCHING and plcot. prompt .serv
let 2277 Washington Ave. White Machine
Hemstitching, plcot edge, buttons, uiin.
Ing and pleating Second floor W H
W right ft sor n, Mrs 1 1 Layman U88
L HI ,RSQNAL j
WANTED To adopt Dab not over 10
daya old, J. P. Yall. general delivery. Og
den, Utah 6552
FOR SALE Autos
7 PASSENGER Studebaker. 131S model;
If-argnin. 230 Twent v-flf th St. Phone
88 R l 2 er.76
I4T riew 7 passenger touring car at a sac
rlfice; leaving tov n Rox '.. ir si indard
n2'a Cadillac Roadstt -I
lfiy 2 ton Nash Truck
1D20 ton Oldrmoblle Truck
L'lK 1-ton Nash Truck
1811 Studebaker Touring
! 1918 Oakland Six Touring
1916 Pord Touting
19IS Luick Lo ,. 1st. i
1520 Nash Touring Demonstratot
j All in first clasa mechnnicnl condition
P '.run ' N SH MOTOR o I
,2200 Washington Ave Ogden PIhIi
POR SALE At a hargaln. light six
:R-passcngor louring car In fine condition:
t-iood tires new top, new paint Call phone
For aale. or will trad for light truck,
n ev'llridei 7 passenger touring car.
standard mnk--. grid nditlon perfect
famll) c;,i MAke me an offer. Phone 331.
W c have a limited numhei of good USSjd
..re of standard makes all In good run
tunc order we will s.-ll at l,.irj;;.in prli r-s
rather than carry them ovei until spring
Our loss will be your gain,
R T MITCHELL CO
2430 Hudson Ave. Ogden, Utah
P OWNER I ndge touring Cur goivl ss
n-w 2T?n Monroe Avenue '.:.r
Li ICR light '.ix. live p."::cng r. A :
shape, five cord tires: 000 A bargain
L. .1. H.ilght. 2.'.79 Nrant qv.-nue. 64S2 ,
PORD touring e;,r for ssl Gsod only,
five months. Self starter, demountable
rims, extra now lire. Runs better than
lev. In. pore ISO Twentv seventh Ir.-.-t
., i - :
L'17 PORD, bargain. 83jo Ji.rieraon.
SE EN passenger Cadillac Good on new
Beat value In city. Murphy Wholesale
P.rnrrv Co Tu anlv fft.i. lh . , , I fiSS
;jj FOR RENT 1
ijS NICELY furnished housekeeping loom
2800 Washington Avi ossri
i POCR ROOM mod. rn hon- parti) fuT
nlshed. Phon. 230S .1 nr,7S
mi illn room foT gentleman Th pTT
I month; close In: references 2'H1 Adan-K
1 Ave I".',: 7
SI E2EPING rooms, use ol bath; genii,
'men onlv reasonable Imurd If doSlred
i OK'I Tw enty thir.l SB
iM.'ELV furnish, d tnim h.- .i.-.l sleeping
.room for gentleman 'Ml Twent) thirtl St
;: Pi P.MSHED f-le.-plnr, room.- gentle
I men preferred 8746 Madison Vvc 6554
ll u'TiPi'Li.v furnished room heat
bath, phone. lM,ird il dcslrx-ii jnl Twentv
second Bt, 6r.7i
ONE large or two housekeeping rooms.
. i oi write Room 6, Carlyle Hotel, City
I THREE rooms of furniture In modern
home, for ealo. Party buying can r. nt
hour.-. 3241 Oranl 6616
FOUR room furnished house, Mm
I street, 65is
'H'i Furnished sleeping room for gentle-
man. i5x Taenty fourth 6408
SMALL modem .1 pa 1 tun nl, nn-.-lv fur
I nlshed son Twent) irai fii77
N1-j nie.-lv furnished room In p .
family 22P' Kccles avenue. 6466 1
MODERN rurnlshed sleeping i n i.i
one or two gentlemen. 2560 Orchard.
FURNISHED room foi rent Modern . on
veniences 2C20 Liberty. Phone 8868-W.
MIil"LN bl.-eping ro.im.-i Private home 1
cio?e in. Phone 2913 J 158 Twenty-second
Street Al.-O garage 6 MS
NEATLY furnished room for one or two
emen 2::i;3 lefferson ba nue. 6-i2'i
NICE room with sleeping porch. r.r.i;
I Twentj foul th BJ 688J
BLEEPING room 536 Twenty-seventh
i. Pl. on 2 17". y. 5777
I ROOMS Gatej Hotel 8448 7r nt -193 1
j WANTED j
To Rent I
FURNISHED room In private family
where can keep my automobile. Address
i' o Bog f7. City. 8661
POI'R room modern apartment or house,
furnished or unfurnished: bv couple with
out children, p ) gOj 880 6510
THREE room tin f urn I hed house or apart
ment; no children 2S6? Washington
I- I 1 IN I Mill ' -. . r im. nt -.villi TwTi
three rooms and bath, couple, no ehlldien
, Lox L H w Standard-Examiner 8500
v .nti:i to i- ase Rani ii win com
I slder any sort of good proposition. Rox
1 145, Standard-Exawilner, 8471
MOI lERN ' to S room Mrnifhi d hou.--.-)
or aparttneni close In. Will leaae for a
year. Box H 00, care Standard Examiner.
i ii, .loom modern house oi ar.-n't
ment, close in no children, references
Phone L i t 7tj
i ROOM house furnished or unfurnished;
i good neighborhood; $20 tonus on first
month's rent P 0 Box 419, Ogden. C37:
r LOST 1
AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS Scotch
Collie dog. Description, white with brown
I npots. Reward. G55G
BLACK leathei music roll with mu i:
Phone 32:i7-M 6510
1 i N P 2 v r old helf. r branded ToTi iTTi
j right hip. Reward Notlfv A. I' Ruasell,
I '...)-. i t .li 6488
LADIES wri.nl vvat.h in sho.ing district.
Washington bctwoan Twenty-Csird nd
Twentv fifth atreets If found phone 1824
Mrs o P Mi . k. 2.721 Li InkST 648 I
t TOOWP i
BICYCLE Anyone who calls and identl
fies wheel and pays for ad mav hav.
.y ) , I -i m B6M
J WAiNllUJ j
PIANO to store for use of aame. Best of
ir. m private room. Phone 77, 6523
I LARGE clean rngj wanted at Standard
Examiner offlcg 4379
) an oora
ROOM and board for two small boys:
'lather- where boH will get Kwod care
Box 2. i are Standard-Examiner 04 S4
" '' ; ' ,i.'!.- in and hi. , ri I or
! room and dinner In private family. Box
j 4 ' ar.- tiiiidard KxaminOt hS51
PPol-'LssiON' L man want- room with
-out board, In first class home, close In.'
.Vnswei Lox lux -are Standard E.xamuici
FOR RENT j
7 PASSENGER car for rent without i
drlvei Phon.- 22S4 W . .71
I STORE and dwelling combined. Lease!
I IMlJ WaahUlgtOn avenue 0153
I FOR SALE OR TRafl
The old Oak chicken ranch on BOUth
Orant avenue, consisting of 7"i acres
highly Improved. Can give immediate
I posses -ion. Terms
17 acres Wilson lanc E shares of water
unlimited .mount () grav.-l; hard gravel
road lo the land
I Tin; vlkel ro
Phone 1130 623 Ecclo3 ip,,ldlng
Eorp land, n,:v lour loom modern
bungalow garage 7SJ Seventh street
Phon.- : uv fA2x
OVERLAND, Bargain Owner gone. 1
Phono 333. 430s
TJlss V 1 J
! WANTED j
RIO seller, new Invimtlori Loth handu
frej using telephone. Write Consolidated
Sales Co.. Shuberl Rlrtg., Philadelphia. Pa.
1 654 1
1 AGENTS Make 860 weekly taking orders
for fast selling Goodyear rain, oats; hun
dred i of orders walling. $2 50 n hour for
spare time. We deliver and collect, earn
pie coat free Writ.- todnv for agency
Qoodyeer Mfg Co Sf47 Goodyear Bldg
K ni ip citv . , (5 ,
AGENTS Stake 876.00 weekly selling
guaranteed hosiery. We guarantee $3fi oo
weeklv full time. 75c an hour spare lime
Experience unnecessary Ferfectwear
Hosiery Darby Pa,
aopxts Large manufacturer wants
ag.-nts to sell hosiery , und .-wear, shirts
dresses, skirts, waists shoes, clothing,
el- Write for free samples .Madlt-on
Mills. 503 Rroadwnv, New York City
W. I 273
" NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
To th.- Stockholders of Little Valley Min
ing Company, Ogden, Utah
Notice Is hereby given tht at a meet
ing of th. Hour, I of Lire, tors of the Little
Vi.lle, Mining Company held on the Sth
da ol October, 10211, an assessment No.
2 of 2 cents a share was levied upon tin
outstanding capital stock of the corpora
tion, payable Immediately, to Chris Aadne
son. Treasurer, at his office, 881 Twenty
fourth Street, Ogden. t'tah, and that any
shares upon which said assessment shall
remain unpaid on the 12th dav of Novem
her 1020, will be delinquent' and adver
tlSOd for sale at public auction, and tin
lei's payment is made before, will be eoi-1
on the 12th day of December, 1920, to pay
the delinquent asaeasment, together with
the cost of advertising and expenses of
fMA Secretary and Treasurer
I SALESMEN for cigars, traveling. ualu;v
and expenses, or commission with drfV
Inp account. Must be active, ambitious
; energetic. References required Land
marl, ..- Co . I'env.-i Pa f,57 1
S ELS MEN Munnf. . tur--- nationailv ...I
jVertlsed phonograph product desires t.,
cure the services of a live energetic trai
(cling representative capable controlling
business Colejrado Montana and Utah
Must be In a position to cover all town
!fie thousand ovei Liberal commission
fir drnvvlng acrount atvl cotnmlsslon with
rxcpllenl opportunity 1 foi large earntngs.
I State age, experience, reference, also pres
ent and past conni tlons. Man with an nc
auaintnnce In phonogi-afih field preferred,
lones Motrola Inc., 20 W, ,15th Bt,, New
I Vork Clt v , 6575
W ANTI".i--Slib- iu .Hal.-sm. n Th".
Qc Lux.- candy sales hoard line of Amor
I lea. Quality salesmen can earn big money
iwlth this line Blossom Candy Co., 3731
1 .. Clark 'hn ago
WANTED Salesman Distrioi 1 il p p
I reaentatlve for the stair- of Ptnh to or
ignnlzc and manaf0 his own organization
for ik high class Industrial security com
pany Have official permit to sell its
'stock. Strong advertising co-operation
References required. Address Sales Man
ager, 704 Tramway Illdg., Denver, Colo.
C ROOM modem bungaloa on bench, cs h
payment 11000 Dealing with owner oni.
p o Box 419 6572
GOOD prices paid for nuns old clothes
250 Twentv fifth street. Send a postal
ti j 1 1
BEEF sttli i oT shi ef. hogs, Will ill
at our yard, Qua fensen 3 1 1 Washln
t..n avenue Phone iZ9H UW
I buy llbert) Iionds at highest price. If
vou have bonds for sale, see me. J J
Bmmmltt 2I17 Hudson avenue. Thone 50
t.i - '
W ILL pav highest price tot poultry and
r.hhlts Photi-.- 1213 Western Grain A
.) 'o 5S0O
PI ill PS snj a . enj number Wet rn
Grain & 'ced Co.. 2354 Waehington . I
1 111 . , . t ruck I 'hone .'. j j W' r". . !
l.Al;''. .Kan r.-ig-i wanted at the Stun. I
qrd P.xamlner off; CI . 8M
j FOtTrENT !
1 7 room Htrlctlv modern brich house, SCO
I per month. Inquire Yolker Lumber Co
j j BUSINESS j
'SMALL roomlnc house for sale. 2f4,., 1
; Twenty fifth r.tn-. i 81 I
ON' real estate Eight per rent Interest, 1
I No commission, 2337 Grant. Phone B83
i'u naianed people without security, o
I others "n r'no-j. furniture, bonds, etc
--: It.i.t.on Bide Phone L"4 243
MUM-.i lo iujii 011 nipioviu cm eulai
Kelli ft H rrlck JTJ
I WE take your old range as first payment I
on any new range, or will buy jour old
range outright. Borne Kumltur Co. 4(78
SC on PPt I i-r c-p MONTH
ANYTHINO New c Old
ANTTHiNQ A to Z new or ol(J
bought, sold or traded Phono 3SJ
OOOKS AND STATIONARY
Bramwell IJool' und Stationery JISi
I Washlntrton Ave Phone 360. 205
! BANKING 1
1 dah Natltonai Bank, southeast corn?
Twent) -fourth and Washington. Phono 61.
I Ogden chimney sweep Phone 364.
CARPET CLEAN I NO
I Ofe-rhn Carpet Cleaning Co. Have us
clean your run the best way. Phones 416
and 1820 W. 5050
Expert carpet cleaning, upholstering,
mattresses mde ever, feathers renovated
1 Call E. j Hampton A Co . 2S:t, W. 423
K. Van Kampcn for upholateiinn. car
peta cleaned, altered and laid. Remaking
of mattresses. Phone 3752-J.
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phono 133. 8868-80 W ashington At.
Tho Now Method Dentlsta are special
lata in all branches of Dentbitry. 2464
Washing-ton Ave. rjoj
For a nice electric tnaotgc, call nt
241. Grant nnnuo, 434 J
Ogden Engraving Servlc . . makers
of (Ino cuts In one or roo olora 414
Twenty-fourth street Phor. 63.
J. P. Corry. 42a E.-. , .s Building.
Geo. D. Bennett, corporation and ROUP
Insurance a specialty Phone I2t-w 1814
JUNK AND H I DE8
Western Hide 4k Junk Co.. 2323 Wash- j
Itiyton Ave. Phone .S61.
Ogden 7 jp.k Houtc, To5f WaahlnirtOD
-Sve Phono 210
For bent fresh made paints, buv from
Pioneer Pjint Mfg. Co.. lis Twenty third
J2.50 to f4.Gl C164
C. H, Zerhe. Phone fM5 J. 5260
Gaa and coal ranges connected. All
The Ogden Auto Directory H
I WHERE THEY ARE AND WHAT THEY DO i
Franklin Agency and Service, All makes repaired. 2466 Grant t
I avenue. 6503 jH
Briscoe Touring Cars, Gramm-Bernstein Trucks. White-Robinson F
2300 Washington. Phone 340. 3739 f
Ogden Auto Radiator Co., 2329 Hudson Avenue 3740 If
All makes of batteries repaired and recharged. Exide Battery Sta- U
tion, 2359 Hudson Avenue 3741 if
Webei Taylor Motor Co., 2333 Hudson Avenue. Oualmers and Max- I
well sales and service. Phone 143 3740 ,:
Hudson Auto Top Co., 1717 Washington. 3772
Willard Battery Station, 2454 Grant avenue " 3733 f;
Northeast Service Station. Cheesman AuTo Co. 3786 B
- . . --j Incj 1 ICES t-
Proposed Constitutional Amend
ment No. 1.
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. S.
A Joint resolution proposing an amnd
ment to Section 6 of Article 11 of th.
Conmitutlon of ihe State of I'tah, re
latlnjc to miinlelp.l corporations
Be It enacted by the LcKj,ntu.r e or the
SUto of t'tah two thirds vote of all the
members elected In the two Houses con
I Section 1 That It n propoei to amend
iWection 5 of Article XI. of the Constltu
I tlon of the State of t'tah, that thi
laino will read as follows:
Sec 5 Corporations for municlpnl pur
' roses shiill not be creftted hv nnecUl
The I-Ki.Hln ture I.-, ,-.-n-.- il law? Mrill pro
vide for the Incorporation, organization
; and Classification of cities nnd towns In
proportion to population, which lawn may,
he altered, amended or repealed,
I Any clt. may frnrne and adopt n hr,r
I ter for Its own government in the foi
' lowing manner!
The legislative authority of the city i
, mny hy two-thirds vote of Its members. 1
nnd upon petition of qualified elector to
( the number of 10 per cent of all votes east
it the next preceding election for the of
flee of the mayor. ;'h.ill forthwith prOVidS
by ordinance for the subn.loilon to (he
i electors of the question. "Shall a Corn
j mission be chosen lo frame : charter '"
Th . ordlnnnco Minll rerpilre :h.t th. .m-
I tlon be submitted to lh. electors at thi
n.-xt regular municipal election. The bel
lot containing such .question shall also
i contain tho names of Candidates fir men
j hers of the proposed Commission, but
without party der.lrmatlon, Buch c.in.ii-
datea shall be nominated In the same
manner as required by law for nomination
i of city officers. If a majority oi the . Ic
'tors votinc on th.- question of choosini i
Commission shall vote in the afflrmduvi
I then the fifteen candidates rn-- I-. !nr- ;i
, majority of the votes cist at such eler
tion shall constitute the charter Com in Is
i slon. and L-hall proceed to frame a char
ny charter .o fnmed shn'l 1m rub
mltted to the .Uiillfed el , tors of the citv 1
at an r lection to be held at a time to
be determined by the charter Commission.
Which shall be not less than thirty days
subsequent to Its completion and dintrl
.btftlon among the electors or.d not more
i than one year from such date Alterna
tive provisions truiy alco be submitted to
h voted upon ocparately. The Commls
slon Hhull malte provisions for the distrl
button of coile ol the proposed charter
and of iiny alternative provisions to th.
1 qualified electors. of the city, not less than
sixty days lWore the election at which it
Ib voted uion. SuCn proposed char'.or and
such alternative provisions as are ap
proved b) h majority of the electors vot
I inff thereon, Ph'ill become an orgunlc law
, of sueh city ai such time as may bo fixed
therein, nnd rh.tl! super--, dc nny ftlatinj;
; . Ivarter and all l.-iwa affc-ilnjr the ormin
I liation nnd irn fern ment of .- h city whii h
are now In conflict therewith Within
J thirty days after Its Approval copy of
1 auch charter as adopted, certified by the
mayor and city recordoi and authenticat
ed by the seal of mi eh itv, rh-wi toe madr
I in duplicate ami deposited, one (n the of-
flco of the Secretary Of State and th--other
In the office of th- Citv t: . r.
nnd thereafter nil court.-, shall tau Judl-
i rial notice of such chatter
Amendment to any SUCH fhirter may
be frnmel and rtubmltted by the he ' r
Commission In the sane numn'r ar. ;irn-
Vlded for mr;k;ng of churTers. oi rjUS bS
profiosed by the le?l.-lit - .-uthr.-ltv of
the city Upon a two-thirds vole ther of.
or by iotltion of qualified electors to a'
number equal to one tenth of the total
vote cast for mayor on th- next preceding
oloction, and any ueh amendment may j
be submlttt I at the next regrular election,
'ind h i !nir been approved by the majority
of the electors voting thOreOn. shall be
come a port of the charter at the time
fixed in mii h amendment and shall he cer
tided and filed ua provided In case of
Each City forming Its charter under this
Section shall have, and Is hereby granted,
the authority to exercise all powers relat- i
ln to municipal affairs, and to adopt
and enforce within Its limits, local police'
sanitary nnd similar regulation not to con
flict with the general law nnd no enutner
atlon of powers In this conctltutlon or any
law shall be deemed to limit or restrict
tho ircner.il grant of authnrltv hereby con
ferred; but this icrant of authority .shull '
not Include the power to reR-ula'..- lh.: ;-.-rv- ,
Ice or charges of public utilities so lonj?
as such regulation Is provided for by gen
eral law, nor be deemed to limit or re
strict the po or of the Legislature in mat-
tors of public or genera) Interest, nor
those relating to Stnto affairs
The power to be conferred upon the clt- ;
les by this Section shall Include the fol 1
(a) To levy, nsscas and collect taxes
and horrow money, within the limits pre
scribed by general law. and to levy and
collect special assessments for benefits
(b) To furnish all local public services;
to purchase, hire, construct, own. main
tain and operate, or base, public ulllliies.
local In extent and use; to acquire by
condemnation, or otherwise within or
without the corporate limits, property
necessary for any .such purposes, subject
to rtstrlctlons Imposed by general law for
the protection of other communities; and
to grant local public utility- fronchlses and
regulate the exercise thereof subject to
the continuing power of regulation of pub I
He utilities, their rates and service, by the:
State, L8 is now or may hereuftcr be. pro
Vlded by general law
(c) To mike local public Improvements,
and to acquire bj condemnation, or other
wise, property within Its corporate lira
Its necessary for such Improvements: and
also to acquire an excess over thut needed
j for any such Improvement and to sell or
I lease such excess property with restrit
: tlons, in order to protect and preserve
(d) To Issue and sell bonds on the se
curity of any such excels property, or of
I any public utility owned by the city, or
of the revenues thereof or both. Includ
ing, In the case of a public utility, a fran-
chlse statlnj? the terms upon which. In
.' caao of foreclosure, the purchaser may
operate tU h utility.
Sec. 2 The Secretary of State Is here
by directed to submit the proposed amend
I ment to the electors of the State at the
i next general election In the manner pro
vided by law.
Sec. f. If adopted by the electors of
this State, this amendment shall to-ke cf
I feet on January 1st, 1021..
Approved March IS. 1919
kinds of plumbing work bur prices nre
right. Orvil w a id ram. 61 Seventeenth
Street, Phono 2f.'"'-K, 43J0
All kinds. C. 11 Zerbc. Phone 916 J
Willard Kay, real estate "and loons
24 7-j Washington Ave i'liom- 19 1874
Stoves set up and repaired Phone
3564 W f.019
-,v A"tNGE R
Garbage ur.d rubbl-jh hau'ed. ces-spoels
and toilets cleaned. John Chipp Co
Phono j28 2348 Hudroi Avenue 073.'
iiloom, the Tailor, is an export on re
lining and repairing. Suits made to order.
311 Twenty-fifth street. .;-:
CHUNKS AND BAGS
Trunk and bag. rcpuirlnjr round cor
ner from Standard. Uullacher's. '373 Hud
IvXFERT window and wall paper clean
ing. American Window CleaniSff, Ph. 5C3
Proposed Constitutional Amend- r.
ment No 2. ft
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 5.
A resolution proposing nn amendment to
Section 7. Article n, of tho Constitution &
of the State of CUvh relating to tax ,'.'
rates for State purposes. H
Be It resolved hy the Leglslnture of tho
State of I t.ih two-thirds of oil the
tn.-mbers elected to each House concur W
Section 1. That H IS grposed to amend : I.,
So.tion 7 of Article Xllf of tl tL
tution of the State of fUih eo that th. ig;,
same will read as follows: H
Sec. 7. Tho rate of taxation on pro;.- H
ty for State, purpoi.e-i- shall never e-rre, ,1 BBBBBBsl
8 mills on each dollar of valuation to H
apportioned as follows-. Not to exceed
44 mills on each dollar of valuation for
general Stale purposes, not lo exceed I H
mills on each dollar of valuation for div
trict school purr.os.-a; not to exceed 'A W
mill on each dollar of valuation for high F,
school put pores, that part of the State f
tax apportioned to high school purposes g.
sh-ui constitute a fund to be called the fr.
High School Fund and shall be appor
tloned to the titles an 1 school districts
mnlntatnlng hlprh schooia In tho manner
the legislature mny provide And when-
ever the taxable property wlthlr. the State K
shall amount to SlOO.OO'J.noo.OO. the rated
shrill not exceed on each dol'ar of vnlua
tlon two and four tenths mills for general
State purposes, two-tsnttu of one mill for
high m hoiol purposes, and such levy for E.
district schodl purposrp at wfl raise an 6.
nusJly an amount which, added to anv s
other Stato funds aalla'ole for district I
m hool purposes. equals S26.00 for each
person of school age In the State, shown h
by the Inst precedlnir school census; un
less a proposition to increase such tat-
or rates, specifying the rate or rates pro-
posed and the time during which the same
shall be levied, be first submitted to a - f.'
VOte ot auch of the uuallfled electors of
the Stato, as. In the year next preced
n - .inch election, shall have paid a prop- g
Ti i-a 1. ,. .1 -.) tie :,. within the State. f
and the majority of tho..c otlng thereon g
Shall vote In favor thereof, in such man B
tier as may be provided hy law.
Soc. 2. Tho Secretary of state Is di
reefed to 1 ause thij proposed amendment B
to t.e publihed as required by the Con W
stltutlon and to be .-ubmltt.-d to the ele
tors of tho State at ihe next general elec- JH
tlon In tho manner provided by law, IH
Sec. 3. If approved hy the electors of the ll
State, this pmpo?. d .imendment shall
Uvkfl effect on the )st day of January. fe
Approved March 15, 1319 IM
Propued Constitutional Amend-
ment No. 3 t'
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION W'
A concurrent resole tion providing an
amend me-nt to Section 1, Article XTV
of the Constitution of the State of IH
( tah relating to State drbt limitation
j Ilia It on jycte.i hv M'e i.e-crlslature of tho
State of DI Jl, two th'fds of all the mem-
bcrs eKcted to each of the two Houscn
' con.-urrlnff therein-
Section 1, Article 14. of the constitution
of ihe State oi I'tah. so that tho sam"
Section i To rheet casual deficits or mU
failures In revenuo! and for necessary ex
penditures for public purposes, lncludlru:
tho erection of publ. buildings, and for
the pa i- o i territorial Indebtednt H
aasUrtted bj the Slate, the State may con
tract debt?, not exceeding In the aggie
gate at any one time, nn amount oqunl to
2 nercentum of the value of the taxable
property of the State, as shown bj
the la:it gssessmenl for State purposes.
previous to the Incurring of such lndebt
edncrs. But the State shall never con
tract .my Indobtr dm except as In th"
next section provided. In excess o,' B
such amount, and all moneys arising BJ
frfm loans herein authorized, snail be ap BBj
plb-d r.'elv to the purposes for which they BB
were obtained. BB
Sec. 2. Th.- Se, cctniy of State Is herein.
directed to submit this proposed amend
ment to the electors of the 'State at tho
next general election In the manner pro
vlded by law.
t 1 If adopted by the electors ol
the str. te, this amendment shall take cf
feet January 1. 1921.
Approved March IS. 1919.
Proposed Constitutional Amend-
ment No. 4 j
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
A concurrent resolution prorosing on
amendment to tie. Constitution of thi
StHte of I'tnh t amending Section 5. UU
Article XVI. relating to rights of ac
tlon to recover damages for Injuries re
soltlng In death.
Be 11 resoli ind enacted by the Legis
lature of the state of i tah. two-thlrdi
of all the members elected to each ol BJj
the two Hons.-a concurring therein: BJB
Section 1. That it is proposed to amend BB
Section 5. Article ifi, of the Constitution BH
of the State of I'tah so that said section HB
shall read as follows: Mm
"The right of action to recover damages MM
for Injuries resulting in death, shall nevet
lie abrogated, "nd the amount recoverable
;hall not be subject to any statutory Uml- LL
tat Ion, except In ca ses where compensa
tlon for Injuries resulting In death la pro-
vlded for by law."
Ce. IIIMI A. i It' HHdl. OL .-.IUIC II H
h. r. by directed to submit this proposed B
amendment to the electors of the stato B
at the next general election in the man- LLt
ner provided by law
Sec 3. If adopted by the ejectors ol -9M
the Stats the amendment shall take eifect
January 1st. 1921
Approved October 9, 1919.
I, Harden Pennlon. Secretary of State, 'LL
of the Slate of Utah, do hereby certify HB
that the foregoing is a full, true and cor-
rect copy of all Constitutional Amend- LL
merits proposed bv the regular and spc mjm
cial sessions of the. Legislature of 191S
as the same uppear of record In ra; of
In witness whereof. I have hereunto set
mv- h md and affixed the (in .i Seal of tin '
State of I'tah, thi.-i lt dav of September.
(Seal) HARDEN BENNION'
Seoretary of state.
MAILED 17 YEARS AGO.
CARD FINALLY ARRIVES j
NEW i"ORK, Oct. 16. A postcard
mailed it years ago was delivered re
cently 12 niik-s from the place when
it waa dropped in a letter box. Th WM
I man who sent it received it having
,-icfiulrcrl the position formerly hold by MM
the original addressee. MM
l-Yank 'Kc-efe, the sender was mm - MM
veylng the Harlem river in September. MM
1903, for tbc department of docks. MM
in, evening he sent the card, report
Ing his work, to the superintendent.
Later O'KMfe, through a scries ot MM
promotions, became superintendent of
docks. When the postcard ended it I
prolonged travels several days ago, i;
was delivered to him. MM
I England has G.Sti-' ex- officers of MM
the World War registered as un-employed