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EVENG, OCTOBER 19, 1920. THE OGDEN STAND AR BB
L I forTaTE 1
I Real Estate i
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FROEKCK A rowxE."
I 2409 Hudson Arcnu- Phone
SV trri of choice farm anil orchard
MtjjjjjjjjjjjW Ikii'I with independent water right: to
Ccthcr with fire room modem houiu'.
B (rood hnrn . nl chlekefl coop. Situated In
H Worth U ill trade for home In c
H KitrKit:r: a. mwi.rs
H 2409 Hndaon Avenue It. on.-
THE CON" ' i i . i ! i .
H 4c INVESTMENT CO.
H 2476 2377 Hudnon Avenue I'hone Sli
mM HCKHI Five room modern hrlck bungalow.
H front, big lot. A good hu .
H I4SO0 Five room modern drlck bungalow.
fruit trcea. hnrn. chll ken run and
H good hrlt-k garage, his lot. net front.
WB half Mil- k frr..n cur line and pave
M I nl i . i, r I .,i. rin ni, Ink' m
EH 'r.in car line and pavement. Terms.
H S0'' Mix room modern hrlck on paved
h ftreot und car line; big: yard, lota of
Good 35 acre farm, will aell or trade
H for property.
THE Ol VRANT1 Mm. QAOl CO
r Twent fourth Bi Phonei 10 ttl
HH large lot located on lcn h A re.nl J
H 1 4 tOO Hlx room modern hrlck. located
H inn in nn pavement, large pe-
H Clali all paid Oarage. This place i
KH hi tr made into a double apxri
mK ii nrl would noon pay for Itaelf ;
H iiti rente Thla propertv II m S3
' ptionai buj und can lx handled 0T1
Hvtf'H $4360 Five room modern bungalow, 'o ,
MrKLjJJJJf cuied In .-wuthweM pari of clt on
a'B ld atrcet. pavement all paid. It ,
I - I i 1 I
H n tin r" ihla 1
H Terms. I.
1 14700- attention! Why in iinfur
H mm t" can 1 ' one
(I ' ' I
" . ... rb bargain Ii ,
modi rw hungnlOM. located'
l nch. close to achoo': liirnlture,
pwii hi fact everything in
itOUM in A I liup immediate poe--i
-. on T' i r:i: .
fS&OO Six room, modern hrlck. located on
l-cnh lartr lot. ccmenl basement
sleeping porch. garage A real buy.
heap ii S6000. Terms.
Xe its if ton are In the market for new
up to thi minute bungalows, as ws air
..gent, ii; several, nee brick bungalows
now read) 'or Immediate poaMaion La
cetfd on b-Tich In best re.Tldent section of
cltl Prlcr ri rh t ami m" term.
THE aUARANTl MOHTG 'A i
416 Twcntv fourth Si rhone : V 21
. T-av , i IlKS ' W - i.c 1'iivls ,v.-.
h Phom 663 1
afV'.lmll i HAVK aeveral bergalna in forms, mid
H part payment: nlso have some hnrpalns in
H city property. Ho Griffith UTS Hudson
jkBH . iii 1 1 "
flftH s;:." ui'VS with o i
right . ham feel, ho -a agon. bUKy d
WKf otli4M Implemen1 in fruit; Mmi
Hl location, close iii m hoolv. two h'orks from
IBfJ mi w in make good ternis, VTO
M Seventh all eel 6C12
aH r i me In j
LHI gOol condition 1 : 1 L' '"- "-' 4
' i 1 i: i v, , lol
H and Thlrt) -first, Inquln B01J .Monroe1
999 Lht modern brick homo.
H well located, lore in on T wi nt sljtth
9 mi t. with good lot. only $0r0. Terms I
Four room frame liou.-u , close in on
Lincoln ' lot 40 feet j
H 51 v.n. ush, l-l JnUMC
1 as paying
H Four room hon.se In good thape, vitli
H one of -..-..l lntiil with wulif right.
H Ideal place for garden end a horn- JC500.
H Liberty hondA.
J A good seven room home well located
in the railroad district, close In. larg
m, lo- vn, 12100. Terms to suit.
V i aleganl teren room hr i '.. houei
9X wc" located nn the bench, close In all
9 modern except heat. Only $3200. $500
H cash, balance same si paying root,
A good eight room home within two
H blocks of the union depot, with larg- lot.
lHBH a great revenue producer. Terms If de-
i lr. ii
1 J. BRUM MITT
9& 2417 Hudi m venue Ehonc
M ONB new tour room frame. Just built.
Only $2100. I
One three room frame, only 12500 HOA
K down, the balance without Interest, See
9 ,ne before ou buy I have an thlni: ou
9 want from A to . Inquire 302 Thirty
fifth stn t 64M
P9 Fr'K room hrlck house, large lot PhOUC
9 196 or Inquire 565 Seventeenth street.
BJX room modem frame bungalow, ex
H cept heat, with furniture. Apply hps
Ta enty-slxth sti- i i
Vi il'K :.. i Intel I i I run . u:l.t r in
9 house, modern except heat: hot house,.
i i 'i.i'M, ' 6411
I l'. Kll I. i I iif I"--, n TlT ' -i. I ' ri..'
9 rrn home at 2541 Van liurcn, 2 stories and
9 I"" basement A fine home and a bar
gain Ti ephone 816 1 4 0 '
9 B011E VERY DESIRABUfi
HrTa OODEN HOMES
H on tkkms
9 Also some vacant lots
ft 1. N FIERCE
9 REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
Tt U phone 425 601 Eccl I Mldg
HK REAL -atnte handled on short notlc
1 Prompt attention given to all home S4Mk'
era, Call and see our list. J H. Bpper
aon. 40S Twcnt sixth stre Phom
NINE room atrVtly modern high (mid"
9fl homo on Adams avenue, near Twentv
fifth street. Terms. 59000.
B Plve room modern brick home Terms.
9 A bargain $5500.
K"1:lI.V .-. Ill I'lilfK , H I
BV OWNER Six rooms strictly modem:
1 nee home: without doubt the lx-t bu In
town: must be sold at once rhono 1446-
H BIQHT room n earl modern and m and
one-hall aCTSI fine land: fruit, barns, hen
HL i " i i i mprovementi ori Canyon
B road, near sahingtOO avenue A bar-
91 ... i-.oi i. til)-. Ki n a.- Hen
-iv room house si Thirty-eighth and
9 Grant Will rent furnished or unfur-
iH nkhe'j. Will sell furniture. Kimball 1
9 player piano. Mahogany and quarter
lH sawed oak furniture The Walker Corn '
pan I 'bi-ir , 11.' 1
TWO home- foi t)o .rbe i I ouhli- 1
iH pressed brick cottage. modern' except
iB heat. 2623 Monro- avenue, i'hone 1204 I
VL-ICLHTL;K' K,al Estate and xnn9
I37u ai,hlngton avenue Pnona 1X76
BIX room hon . barn snd israge i.-irg.
' ' ' 1 1 ' ii.i 6273 1
1 tol 1 rcrtinis, 150 down
IffffffffH $2250 buys five rooms; $.100 down'
iH $4v00 hujs five room modern brick; $lfion- 1
LH OALBRATTH EARL
IH -45.' Washington I'hone 1101
1 ; v 3KEEN KEALT1 CO
KgH Brand n( w four, toof bungalow on
lafafafafj penen, modern except heat; mOVS right
In: $600 cash will handle, balance like
LLH room In railroad district: vacant
iB I'm $2 1 "0
BB9 room brand new on bench; vacant
iiH fSOu cash. Balance easy.
1 "hon 91 2255 w
BY OWNER Four iwm hous-- ; lots on
j Stgnteenth slr-et; also 3 acres on Seven
tcenth street. Phone 1260 W 6545
I FOR SALE Real Euic j
i j Continued
ONE HALK acre with one room hou.
j fruit tree, grapes vines arid currant
i .... j -, . '' l
i i t. y , '
Baal Eatate lans Instirance
Ex -ptlonnll good buy In three-room
frame cottage on the bench. House has
cement ttaaement. haa been newly pup red
and cleaned; good lot. south front, lawns
and shade I'riee $17."i. $4'"0 down and
balance $20 per month.
We have a genuine luirgain in a 6hxiT."i
foot lot close in on Jefferson avenue.
' There re two good houaea. one of which
'Is nearly new: brings income of $S0 per
month. This property la worth M0OO. How
1 w will consider any reasonable of
j fer Don't fail to Investigate this, as it
'means money to you.
I We are In a position to locate you on a j
farm In any part of t'lah or aOUtben)
Idaho We also have several good farms
to trade for cltv propert
24"M Hudson Av. nu
j WANTED 1
LaaiaMMaaS5S! aiSfe mmmmm l
11RL for general housework: good wages;
no laundry. Phone $83. 236 Adams
(1IRL (or general housework. Phons
1 1: Unit- .11 ICM
tVOMA! ire for 2-year-o
hours s da) in own home. Good wages. .
2266 Washington. No. .1. after 6 p. in.
- help with 1 wini Bloon rT
.1 1 . . 1 1 j : 1 Hi .Si . 6560
SCHOOL girl who wishes home to oaalst
riii m J fit'-1-
0 RL foi housewori Small famlh N
washing. lr'T2 Tarentv fifth street Pnone
GIRL foi $ ' 1 . . . Small fam
. H ; no laundry vork. Phone 2710 6454
must .ii- experienced stenographer
IVhi le Dru B41I
CHA dDERM UP Ri i d Hot ' Wi
- .... i : ..ii ol ujs mi A-ork In
I cereal foctor AT'pi at Albers P.ros.
Milling Co.. Twrnt ninth und Psclf1
("iioK ppl.v i'1 I" ' "' Martha Nur
-,rv. Xoith Wnhlnglon avenue, .it dt
tin 81 I
Ogden Sti sm Laundn .
t . i i . i . 1 1 - i : i -. i n - '
. 1 1 "I'. t: I sgt 385
j- pTCRIi i i j. tenographer-nooKkcepei
M i 1 j - thli p I--' 4062
1 JvJHp1d i
1 H8TRID1 'TOR for Weber county to sol!
de.ikrs IOvhiii iiutoniolule Jack for autos, i
II'- money foi Ii- .-.a e:,men See Mr
Drown Si Arlington hotel Tin ndaj anri
J-.oy o,i 16 -.ears of age who has bad:
some experience in composing room, to!
learn trade. Good wages and k'oivj COndl
lions See Mr. Smith, fori man standnrd
Ex miner, an) ds i uni i'
CARPENTJERS! TTTTTTiT , , nu n , T
era wanted foi ji lasting two months.!
Stead) work with Sunda) work optional.
Apply C P, Dlnsmore Ac Co. 215 Becles
I . 1 j
BOI "i K'lrl v. it). I lor .-'i ml ii il l"v
tmlner rout, on HsrrlsvUls road. Sea cir
ulatlon mnnagi-r. Standard-Examiner.
B y u Ith hoi - foi miner
lOUl in iiivioi. vin,uwkiwu iuuk'
SI . r . -1 . r . 1 l'. i miio-r 1 ' '
AN experienced baker, on. who und- i
stands plain cooking. School for the Deal
and Blind j
EN to unload coal good pay Lion Coal
Co. Thlrt) fir i snd Washington 6.;i;
B lYS at Western Union Good wages
SUGAR MEN WAjJtED
Wo have openings for a large number
o" experienced stnllon men, laborers also
wanted Phone to Interstate Sugar Co..
56 r 5. or meet our trucks In front of
I amherger depot at 7.3n a m. each morn
ing Interstate Sugur Co., Hooper, I tab
FLY. r pair auto: , ignition, Y. M C A
itO BchOOl 1 I J -VI. ee. .-
j MnJe and Fnale
AMBITIOUS men. women over 17 want
ed. r. s. government positions I18S til
$195 month. List positions free. Franklin
ln.stilute, Dept. 4H3 -H. Rochester. N. V.
i waTJted j
YOUNG married man experienced in gar
SgC work: driv- en) Car Will accept any
ft. ad work Uo 11 L., Slandp.nl Exam-ln-
i 'I I'.TMNS clone and woman III (jo OUl
by the hour Phone "175, 61r,s
NIGHT watchman or porter: good refer
Snces, cx merchant policeman Uox 50,
DRESSMAKING; guaranteed. 449 Twen-
l-l ..- .'. .!. 6520
si : i m , -a mi,, i ,, -,p i i TT
HEMti iti'i hi ' , snd i col odgi Prompt
service. All work gMarontced. 233S Wash
ington acnut- Singer Sewing Machine.
DRESSMAKING, beading and smbroldei
Inn, remodelln. Work giiaranteed.
I 'horn i3B J
Hcnisliti. lung, plcot edge bullon. pin A
ing and pleating Second floor W H
Ancht ft Soi h Mr. 1 Iju miin. 1169
j WANTED TO BOiOWl
$l(Hi0, v pet r,ni no commission l:.-
S. vni-v Standard -Examiner. .hil
. . -r. -. ,
nnniau i yj ounruw
Wanted to borrow- $1250- will pay I p.-r
nt interest. Good security. Box 23.
care BI md i ri Exo mini i r 5 ,
FOR SALE OR TRADE J
. The oM Cak chicken ranch on south
I Grant avenue, consisting of 7V4 acres
i highly improved. Can give immrdUi.
I possession. Terms.
17 acres Wilson iane, 5 shares of water.
unlimited amount ol gravel; hard crav i
road to the land.
THE WALKER CO
'Phone 1130 623 Socles Building
! . b3JI
POUR acre- land r- lour room modern
, bungalow: garage. 7S9 Seventh street
1 Inn,. . H -, V, 6l2H
1 ,v ' ' ' iND ii-realn Owner gTmT"
ih"'"- nt 4 3 os
I' K I'M INT hon...-. Ii,. ,.me about JJr
per year and apartment for owner's use
Price $11. SOU. Consider some trade and
terms, preiei j,tit lots. Phone ll.'.i;
Board and Room
I ROOM and board, man mid two small
bos Can of boys during dav Box I,
car,- Standard Examin- r. (591
PROFESSIONAL man wants r n with
out board. In first class home, close in
Answer Uox lOx. care Standard Examiner
LARGE clean rags waotcd at Standard
lxainlner office. 4379
WL' take your old mnge as first pavmeni
on any new range, or will buy your old
range outright. Homo Furniture Co 47J ,
A FEW medium slxed freestone peaches
. .. V
TWO heal tovea in pood condition.
I : ' -i . I . I : r ' ! i in . ii, -, . I4 1
' ' -'"
. . ' - 1 r- o-l
I range, excellent baker. 2129 Madison.
'bruises. C00 Twelfth street Winesapa
and I'earmaln. gcod apples. $1 and $1.2$:
. hole,- II..'... .-.nd 1 T.-. eiill.s 75e 66
FRANKLIN tour 'w tics new
ilnqulbc H M Mack. 28C9 Washington
avenue. Phone 1106. fe'5$7
l"VO hrnil ok. burner
Sav.ig. i,-; ,- ,-i-ht rifle, , .
. ni oi i - on gOli ')' r st ::.
WIDE tii" farm .t-on gears. n
new. good values. Sldnc Stevens Imple
ment ( 'o fi563
i ,i . , ! : " : '
ChlldS Ave h.r61
T I I -I 1 : M ' I : r -n- Sidne
Stevens Implement Co i:f64
1'EAKUMj o-gnom hen. Rhode Island
Red, Buff Orpington Plymouth Rock pui
Rlvi rdali Phone ' : K )- L
10 HORSEPOWEH gasoline muln. mih
outfit and 6-volt storage battery, 36 Inch
. i '. i i 1 ii 1
IK von want a rexl mll h cow. call 3237-W'
n , i iin i brondcloth suit trlcotlne
dress, elz- 40. Phone S6C, Room 40.
f -1 hit week old plgi Phoni - R I
wiNTi:r: j- nr. T rel ).
PRA TIC A LI I m s bru i i rug ii b
j'", yi, I'hoiie i rii;. I. i'."t2r
HEATER. Singer sewing machlni i her
cabinet: must see to appreciate, 3214
. n 1 I I 0
ONE ties Uaddin Bupremi pi no iph
Call .i i .; w.-,' Twentj . nth. M9
SHi:i:r .nl men I, .-lore I, i, sine'
hay for winter, communicate wnh S E '
' . . , T;ik-b l.l.iho i: I' I - 1
FfAN ippl B snd v int. i pol itoi i
read) now. Phone 11 .J I i',4S'
Mb JH gradi J' l.-:. . ows Phone .Vi dnr
Ing !'.- 2TM R ' 6 10 i- tn. S41S0
VE PA f higher i h prices for all m sd
'household furniture Newman .-i Second I
i Hand Store, 2348 Washington avenue.
' Phone 38. , C150
S LLFATLFA HAT
Sheep and cattle men. before huyir.g
jjyour winter hay communicate with D. C,
'I Beck, Huiton. Idaho. Route 2 6437
twi i oiiiik- Mi. ti i n i ..ii,-. ta, genHc ToT
i I children 616 Twenty-fourth stxcel
MAJESTIC range, gss ianr- dmlnk- ;.i
bis four chairs, ice box. rag rug. 2760
' V I. n . . .n
ION ITH N appll I and pear.--. , ,b
i S6J Twelfth Si PI ant I I i: '1
APPLIV il H ("1. 11,1 IUverdale ITnrn-
i : 6305
i i i::,rn i:i i i" . ... -inngioo :.m r
. ' etr;.... hon.' '". sab- at 2H I" r
pound or $1150 in 60 pound i-ans. while
j it lasts. Address Goo T. Pierce, R. F
i D 5. Uox 222, Marriott: also Geo. O
Bab helor Z940 Bteph tu avenue r.;os
I vRQE Well . olor. .1 lonnth.in . L.trh
grad.- vVlncsaps $2.50. big red and striped
Gangs $2 $6 Phoni ti j 3 W, 5CS0
PAIITS AND VARNISHES.
Buy your paint at Store's and save
money 1800 Washington avenue, Phono
r, 6 1318
. ;i m i, la mil) . , 1 1 1 o I'h.ne HL'7 r.07 1
UNCA-LLFD lor uitt, tailor nmae; hlx
. reduction Gordon a. 211 -6 Twcnty-fif'n
' St Phone 419 $l7
J To Rent
ItWTi or three room furnlsiied apartm -nt j
; a t once. hi lin I 'hone 9 1 2, 662 I
I FOUR or five room modern house or
apartment; mu.'l be In good location;
l wanted at once; wilt furnish references,
i Phono 3!'t Ask for Mr Rogers 6611
SMA1 i . furnished pa rtrocnl oi winter
Pox I' i can. Standard Examiner
THREE oi bun loom hous. i'jII 4 1.1 1
l'i RNISHE1 loom in prlvab rami
where can keep my automobile Addrosi
P. O. l!ox U7. City 6557
P'H'P room modem apartment or house.
Pirn -ti.. I oi unliirntshed; b couple with
"nl . hil.ir. ii p Ci ):o I'SO 6513
THREE room unfurnished house or apart
ment, no children. 2S5'J Washington
FURNISHED apartmenl wnh two or;
thr.-e rooms and bath: eouple, no children, i
l!ox L H. W.. Standard Examiner. 6500 j
W -T i . i tu i. isc Ran! ' w ill
slder any sort of good propisltlon. Uox
II.'. Standard Examiner. (471
4 Ol! 5-ROOM mod rn hoQM or apait
ment, I close In. no children, references,
i hon.- i i j n.:7i;
i AUTO license plate No. 24400 attached to
'tall light Return to Standard-Exnmln. r
Kew trd 65P5
MII'.H'A. RAH. WW r.PRi-.SS .,(. h
j 4-oll ic dog. Description, whlto with brown
spoi -.. Reward 6556
1 IIN'I-; 2-ear ohl I if. r branded 1 00 On
rU-ht hip Reward Notify A P Russell.
! Roy. Utah 64.12
', NICELY furnished room for one or Iwo
gentlemen, i- block from car line 0175
I'm ,. . no.- 6630
1 I l.y.mni modern hoiUO, piaJlO to pel
luiamnt t-neiits ml .;:''; Cipl. n a v.
MICE front sleeping room foi gentleman
I Close In. 45s Twenty-fourth street
-i I.I I'.'. '-., iik, and 1mi.it-.) h7n Twen
' ' ' ', i ,Qit ggjj
I ' 1 M I ' iR'I A I 'l l. tront si. eplng room
:;-4 Twenty first street. Phone 2776 M
6 5 1 1
1 ' i ii - ii i.-),. . I housekeeping rooms
BOO W . sh m bon Ayi G580
MOIHOKN room (..u gt-ntleman 514 i" r
month: close in; references. 2341 Adams
'NICELY furnished steam heated sieepin-,-room
for gentleman. 541 Twenty third St
FURNISHED sleeping rooms, gentle
mi n preferred .'7 l'i M ol ir . in A e ., ',
I ONE nicely furnished room In private
i unity, .-2 19 get leg sj enui r.466
MODERN furnished sleeping room for
I one or two gentlemen 2560 Orchard
I 1 RNISHEl i ronjii foi i . nl .1.. . rn . on
I m ni.-n. i-.-. :'-,L'ij Libert Phone Ta:S W
MODERN sleeping room?; Private homo.
ICIose in. .Phone 2913J. 459 Twenty sec-
Q"d si r. el i , ...... . Us
NEATLY furnished loom for one or two.
gentlemen, 2363 Jefferson avenue 642-' I
sLi-:i-;piN'j m ;.t5 Tw. n s.-v.-mh '
treei Phoni 2172-M. 5777
ROOMS Gates Hot) i. 24 46 Grunt. Tryi
!1 bCSiness j
I ESTABLISHED business, reasonable price :
and gtod terms If sold at once. Address j
Box it er.ro standard Examiner, 1686
I sm a i .1 . r house for sale 264
Twenty-fifth street. 6502
"ROOM strictly modern hrlck house, 60
pat month. Inquire 'olkcr Lumber Co.
OVB bn Porrl truck, top and side eur
tnlns. Oood condition 14D Twenti fifth
OVEHLVN'D 90 for sale. Parlv leaving
I town. Call after 4pm Phone 1K50-M
' 'i m i iBL five i i ngi - Bui k ni u
Balds btter. MfWI) pnted. good tir-s.
motor In A I condition Will exchange for
I odge roadster or real eatate. Iiargain
If taken at once 62v Twenty-second
' . . S I : :
7 PASSENeiER Studebaker niS model;
bargain. J31 Twenty fifth St. Phcme
- i : i 1
MY new 7 passenger touring car at a sac
rifle.-; leaving town Box Z. care Standard
, Examiner. 6579
' sdiiiac Roadster
1919 2 ton Nash Truck
1920 ton Oldsmoblle Truck
IMS 1 ton Nash .Truck
1917 Studebaker "Touring
I'M Oakland Six Touring
1116 Pord Touring
191S Ruick Roadster
1120 Nash Touring Demonstrator
All In first class mechanical condition
P ipk N K8B Uf ITOR CO.
2200 Washington Ave Ogdcn. t'tah
for BALE A.1 s bargain v light six
v. passenger touring car In fine condition,
p.---Ki tlr. s. new top. new paint Tall phone
Por sale, or will trado for light truck.
Six -cylinder 7-pasengcr touring car, i
standard make, good condition. A perfect
family car. Make me an off. r Phone 331.
We have a limited number of good used
cars of standard makes, oil in good run
ning order we v '.11 sell at bargain prices
rather than carry them over until spring.
Our loss will he vour sum
R. T MITCHELL CO.
243fi Hudson Ave. Ogden. t'tah
':. i j
Bl OWNIOR Dodgi (curing car, jrc-cd as
new L-3:,fi Monrr- Avenue 6533 l
BUICK tip-ht --ix five pssaenrer, I
shape, five rord tires; $900. A bargain.!
R 1 llalh' 2679 ',' inl SVenUC, 64S2 '
in: i'ORti, bargain 2t:r. Jefferson,
SEVEN passenger radiiinc Qeod sa new
f;e.t value In f Ity. .Murphy Tiolcsale.
Grocery Co. Twenty fourth street. 6238
ON real estate. Eight per cent Interest.
No commission. 2337 Grant Phone 682.
iii salaried people ithoul awcurity, to
1 others -ii pianos, furniture, bonds, etc
, "7 llM.l.on BldSl Phone 2S4 249
MONK) 1 o io.in jii itiyiuVtMl mi estai
I Kelly it Hcn-ick T71
I wA?7rS3 j
i To Buy
--- a s- aMaaKaaaw
FOLDING screen suitable for kitchen,
also a good looking cupboard. Mutable
for fruit and groceries, Address Uox
standard Examiner m,1 i
' Ri n i.M modern bungalow on bench .. I.
payment $1000. Dealing with owner only
P ') Boa llfl 6672
Oiiiili pri. e.-i paid for nuns old clothes
259 Twenty fifth street. Send a postal
PEEP eat tli-. veal sheep hogs Will call
at your ynrd Gm lensen, 343 1 Washing
ton acnvf I'hone L399 6188
I bu liberty bonds at highest price. If
you have rmnds for sale, sec me. J. J.
P.rummitt, 2417 Hudson avenue. Phon.- SO
Wll.l i i; bi.-lii.f .rice roi poiiltr and
rabbits. Phone U43. Western Gruln &
I-.-. , i v, 5800
PELLETS, .n-.' ai;e, any numhi-r .- ! rn
Grain & TTecd Co.. 2354 Washington Ave
'. ' . ' I m. I: 1 -lir.ro L'-'JJ W S67.1
I.AR'OE lean raa wanted it the Slanr)
! aid Examiner office. 43R 0
$2.00 "PD I IMS DFR MONTH
ANYTHING New c OIO
ANTTHINO A to Z new or oid-
tcntrht. sold or traded Phone 333
COOKS AND STATIONERY
bmmwell Bool' and Stationery. 2361
Washington Ave Phone 360. 1061
Utah Nat'tonai Itnnk. otjtheosf. comer
Twctit -fourtl" end Whlnglon Phone 61
Ogdcn chimney sweep. Phone 364.
Ogden Carpet Cleaning Co. Have us
i ciean your ruga the bet way. Phonos 416 I
- and 1829 W. 5050 !
E Expert carpet cleaning, upholstering.
L mattresses made ever, feathers renovated
Call E. J Hampton & Co . 2586 W. 4234
K. Van Ksmpen for upholstering, rr
I pets cleaned, altered and laid. Remaking
( Of multresses. Phone 27R2-J,
! ! CITY JUNK HOUSE
U Phone 133. 22Gb-6o Waahlnjrton Ave.
The Now Method rJentlsfj" are special
. lets in all branches of Dentistry. 2451
' Washington Ave. Z20D
.f,ora nlco electric manage, call at
I -44 1 Grant venue. 434J
I Cgden Engraving Rervlco To . makers
( Of fino cutj in one or moM olora. Ml
Twenty-fourSi ctrert Phor. 63.
j LIFE INSURANCE
; J. P Corry, 4j,i BccJes Building.
Geo. D Bennett, corporation and nmnn
insurance a specialty Phono 124-W. 1614
JUNK AND HIDES
Western Hide & Junk Co.. 2323 Wash
ington Avt Phon.i 861.
Ogden f unk House. 2059 Washington
Ave. Phone 210
Fot best fresh made paints, buy from
i Pioneer Paint Mfg. Co. 416 Twenty-third
13.60 to 14.80 , 6164
C. H. Zerbe. Phone 945 J. 5269
Gas and coal ranjes connected All
Kinds of plumbing work. Our prices arc
ii-lit Orvll Waldram. 561 Seventeenth
street. Phono 2.-,;i-R. 4330
All kinds. C. H. Zorbe. Phone 945-J
,iiY".1,"rd Ky- rf1' estate and loans
24,4 Washington Ave Phone 409. 1874
rfJm1 8cl up and repaired. Phone
Garbage atd rubbish hauled. ceMpoels
and toilets cleaned. John Chlpp & Co
Phone 828. 2348 Hudsoi. Avenuo 733 i
i TA I LORI NG
Bloom, the Tailor. Is an expert on re;
bidi'g und repairing Suits made to order 1
i-24 Twenty fifth street 8631
j rRUNK8 AND BAGS
Trunk and buy repeJrlng round cor
iner from blanuard. Gallucher's. .'373 Hud- '
"EI4T Window and wall paoer clean-
Ing. American window Clton:eC pn 663
Notice M. A No 02T"0T
APPLICATION FOR PATENT
SI nlted States i.nr Office, Sail Lake
City. I tah. Sept 10. 1920
Notice Is lierchy given, that Southern
Pacific Gold & Copper Mining & Milling
Company, a corporation, through its au
thortzed agent, Cora M. Holderman. whoso
j-o.-tofflcc address Is Salt Lake City Utah
has made application for a I'nited States
paten foi the Diorlte. Cuprite No 2 Cuo
rite No 3. Wizard. Last Chance. Ijtst
Chance Extension No. 2. Last Chance Ex
t.nslon No . Pea Lock and Top Notch
ode mining claims consolidated, situated
In the Merra Ma. In- mining district. Coun
ty of Weber. State of Elah. being Sur
ra No. 6571, and descrllw-d In the field
notes and plat niu in this office, with
I magnetic variation at IS deg l-.4t as
Commencing nt corner No 1 or Diorlte
i lodo claim, whence the S W. corner Sec
h T 7 N.. R. 1 W.. S JU B. 4k M. bears
S it deg. 42 min W. 1226 C feet;
Thence N. 6 deg. 24 mih W 600 feet
to corner No. J of said claim:
Thence S S dee. S3 mln. E. 3000 feet
to corner No. 3 of Wizard claim;
Thence N 3 d-g 23 mm W 966 6 feet
to corner No. 2 of Top Notch claim;
Thence S. deg. 53 mln E 566.4 feet 1
to comer No. 1 of Lajt Chance Extension
, No. 2 claim;
Thence If. 5 deg it min. W 1459 4 feet I
'I? rorncr No 1 f'f I-ast Chance Extension
I No. 2 clelm:
Theneae B. s deK S3 min. E 600 feet 1
(JLorncr No 3 of 'd claim;
Thence S. 5 deg. 48 mln. E 1433 4 feet
! to comer No. 4 of said claim. Identical
with comer No. 3 of Last Chance claim
Thence S. 5 dec 23 mm 1". lite t r.
to corner No. 4 of Rut Chance claim,
identic;-! with corn- r No. 3 of last Chance
Extension No 3 claim.
Thence S. 6 deg 64 mln E 1435 1 feet!
to comer No. 4 or Last Chance Extension
No. 3 claim.
Thence N'. 58 deg. 53 mln. W 2704 5 feet
to comer No. 1 of Cuprite No 2 claim :
Thence N. 5 deg, 23 rnln W 12nn feot
to comer No. 2 of Cuprite So 3 claim
Identical with comers 1 and 4 of Wizard
and Diorlte claim, respectively
Thenee N. 83 deg. 53 min. V 1500 feet
to comer No. 1 of Dlorlto claim, the place
of beginning and located In SW 4 SE
and NE. Vi, Section 8 and KW U and
NE. Vi of cSectlon 17. Township 7 North
Bangs 1 West. B. L. B. M e0ntolnlnc
an area of 169 006 acn s exeiusive of con !
filets, as shown by the dul r-rtlfled
field notes of said Survey No G571. to be I
In conflict with BW Vi of SW Vi of Sec '
tlon 8 and with Section 17. T 7 N R. 1 ,
W . s L B. A- M.
I direct that this notice be published In I
The Standard Examiner, published ut
GOULD B. BLAKEEET.
EDWIN W SENIOR.
Salt Lake City, Etah
Claimant's Attorney. 22
Date of first publication September IS. I
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Notice is hereb) given that W bsi
rounl, 1 tah. proposes to make the fol
jiouing r'ublli- linprovv tn.-iiT toxslt ', ,
struct pavement on th u . .-rtaln strip of
, ro.-.dw.ij . Ighle.-n (IS) fe.-t wide In the
center of that street running from the
south cit limits of Ogden Cltv Ei.ib
at the south end of "E" avenue West
'd' " tah. to the property line of th
Globe Milling Company, a distance ni UV7
feet, together with work Incidental there
to. according to plans, specifications and
proiile on tile In the office of the counts
And sealed bids are invited for said
work snd will be received at the ofiice
: pf the count clerk In the county court
house, Weber count; Utah. until ten
?9'0OC &' m" n lh' day 01 cloher.
Instructions to bidders, plans nnd s:.e,-i
ricatlons for said Improvements c.-m be
- n ..t the office of the countv clerk
j 1 he right Is reserved to reject any or
all bids and to waive anv defects
By order of the Board of Countv Com
mlssloners ol Weber county, f'tah. this
lb. 87th da of September, 1920.
(Signed; WALTER N PARR,
"'j0 County Clerk.
. ALIAS SUMMONS.
! In the District Court of Weber Countv
BoUo T. Gre.nwell, Plainnff, vs Fred
Uathyas If not deceased, and If de
ceased, his unknown heirs, devisees
legatees ind creditors lane Pop - Math
yas, John Doe and Mary Roe. whose
other and true names are to plaintiff
unknown, md an and ill persons vho
have or claim to have any right, title
or interest In or to all or any part of
the real propertj described in the com
plaint fihrl herein, defendants
The State of Etah to Ihe saj Defend
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days -iM.1 service Of this
summons upon you. If serv. d within the
niniv in which this action is brought,
othi rwlse v-ithln thirty days after sere
ice, and defend the above entitled action;
and In case of your failure so to do Judg
ment will be rendered against ou accord
Inrr to the demand Ol the complaint,
which lias been filed with the clerk of sadd
This action is brought to obtain a Judg
ment and decree adjudging the plaintiff
to be the owner of, and quietlnc; his title
against any and all claims of the defend
ants In and to
Ixits Fort three (43) and Forty four
(44) in Uichscl's Subdivision of the east
hah of i, lock Twenty-two (22). Plat "C"
Ogden City Survey situate in the east
half of the Northeast Quarter of Section
Thirty three (33) nnd the Northwest Quar
ter of Section Thirty four (34) Townxhip
Six (6) North of Range One (I) West of
th. Salt Lake Meridian I'nited States
Survcj. in Weber Countv. Utah
.IOS E EVANS.
Plaintiff s Attorney.
P O Address: David Ecclcs Building,
Ogden, rtah. 6156
BIG TIMBER AREA
His Latest Dea, Is Step in
Buildinq Huge Industrial
P.x El ss S1MONTON.
N B A Staff Correspondent.
DETROIT. Mich , Oct. 19. Step by I
atop each step a giant's stride Hen- I
Cj Ford adds to the wealth and pow-j
pr of the industrial monarchy hi la
Now Ford has safeguarded the
enormous supplies of timber and
part of the iron he needs in his
factories, not only for his genera
tion, but, for generations to come.
Here Is the general plan of the new
est Ford project, given me by a man
who was active in the negotiations.
Ford bought 42T..000 acres of land
in Ihe Upper Peninsula of this state.
There are huge forests of hard wood
principals maple, on 312.000 acres of
the land and deposits of Iron and gra
phite on 100.000 acres.
PRICE IS SOERET.
The purchase price Is kept secre:,
j though popular guess puts it above
Ford is now building a sawmill at
Iron Mountain. Mich . and by the vna
of next year will hac a large ' body"
plant wi ll under construction.
He will build the metal and wooden
"superstructures" of the Ford oar it
this plant, -hipping them to his as
sembling plants all over the world di
rect from the factory at Iron Moun
tain. So that his forests may furnish tim
'ber for all the years that Ford cars are
built. Ford has u plan of forest on
Iservatlon The timber, it is stated.
I will be taken out carefully so that
new srrnwth is not rliaturhoH nn4 ,, kiit
.force of men will constantly patrol
the forests on the watch for fire.
I The laud Ford lias bought was
granted some 60 years ago to a rail
Iway company, long defunct It was
later bough! by the Michigan Iron &
Land company and by th- ni sold to a
Ford company the Michigan Iron
Land Lumber company. The stock
Is held wholly by the Ford family.
Although there are some Iron
mines on the land, none of them
are now being worked. Ford ex
pects to establish new mines as
soon as the sawmill is complete
and work on the body plant is
The lnnd is well supplied with rail
ways three of thorn traversing It.
The Ford forests are 600 miles from
Detroit They He In five counties.
From Marquette. Mic h.. in alternate
C40-.1CII- sections, tin- land stretches
70 miles west, and from the town of
Channlns;, Mich., it extends 45 miles
north, in alternate sections.
A-ssoelates of Ford believe that
the purchase ol the land wa-S a favor-
The Ogden Auto Directory
WHERE THEY ARE AND WHAT THEY DO
Franklin Agency and Service. All makes repaired. 2466 Grant I
J?coe Tourm- Cars, Gramm-BernsUtn Tracks. White-Robinson I
2300 Washington. Phone 340. 3739 1
Ogden Auto Radiator Co , 2329 Hudson Avenue. 374a t
All makes of batteries repaired and recharged. Exide Battery Sta- I"
tion, 2359 Hudson Avenue 3741
ebei Taylor Motor Co , 2333 Hudson Avenue. Oaalmers and Max- f
well sales and service. Phone 143 3742 I
Hudson Auto Top Co., 1717 Washington. 3770 t
Willard Battery Station, 2454 Grant avenue 3738 J
Northeast Service Station Cbeesman Auto Co 3786 fr
, legal notices j I
rroposed Constitutional Amend
ment No. L
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO 6.
A Joint resolution proporinic an amend
nant to Section 3 of Article II of 'h
Constitution of the Stat of Utah re
lotlng to municipal corporation
Be it enacted by the Iirlalature of .the
e-tate of rtAh two thirds vote of all the
members elected tn the two Hous.- eon
.Wtlorvl Ti nt lr n propo.-ed to amend
Section 5 of Article xi Df tho Constitu
tion of the Statf, of ftah o that thi
nme will read ,xs followa.
Sec. 5, Corporation for municipal pur
roses aha 11 not b created by specui laws.
- " . v. . -.1.4, una snn.il ym-
, rule for 4tYio, Incorporation. ora;finlrntion
! and ciajislfleatlon of cities nnd towns In
proportion to populntlon which laws mny
bo altered. me-nred or repealed.
Any cltv mfiy fr.-iri).- -in.! ,.!.,. t :l ,h,r
tr for Its own government in Ihe foi
The legislative authority of the clly
mny. by t-wo thlrt s vote of Its members
and upon petition of qualified electr.n to
tbe number of 10 per cent of all votes caiit
i at the next preceding election for the of
I flee of the mayor, .'hill forthwith provide
I bv ordlnanco for the submission to the
electors of the mieatlon. "Shall a Com
mission e rhosen to frnm- u charter?'
The ordinance shall require that the ques
! tion ho submitted to the electors at the
i next regruiur municipal election The bal
lot containing such question shall sJso
contain tho names of cAndldntcs for mem
hers of th" proposed Commission, but
I without party destination Such candl
! dnt. s shall be nominated in the me
manner a required by law for nomination
of city officers. If a majority of the elec
tors votlnp on the question of tho-.rlnK a
Commission shall vote In the affirmative
'h'-n the fifteen candidates recalvlnsj B
majority of the votes east at so. h elec
tlon. shall constitute the charter Commis
sion, and shall proceed to frame a char
Any charter so framed shall he 5l)b
mltted to (he qualified electors of the cltv
at an election to be held at a time to
he determined by the charter Commission.
v.-hlch shall he not lesji than thirty davs
subsequent to its completion and dl.wtrl
I butlon among the electors nrd not moro
than one year from r-uch date. Altema
i live provisions may also be submitted to
1 be voted upon separately. The Commls
slon shall make provisions for the dlstrl
butlon of copies of the proposed charter
and of any alternative provisions to the
qualified electors of the city not less ih in
sixty days before the election at which It
le voted upon Such proposed charter end
such alternative provisions as are ap
! proved by a majority of tho electors vot
I Ing thereon, shall become an organic law
! of such city ai such time as may bo fixed
; therein, and shall supersede any existing
: charter and all laws affectlntt the ortran
lzntlon and government of such rlty which
are now In conflict therewith, 'Within
thirty days after Its approval a copy of
such charter as adopted certified by the
mayor and city recorder and authenticat
ed by the seal of such city, shall DO made
In duplicate and deposited, one In the of
flee of the Secretary of State and the
other In tho office of the City ReCOPdi r
nnd thereafter all courts fhall take Judl
clal notice of such charter
Amendments to any such fhnrter may
be framed and submitted by the charter
Commission In the same manner ai pro
vided for making of charters, or may be
proposed b, the leglslutlve 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 cast for mayor on the next preceding
election and any such amendment may
be submlttrd at the next regxdar election,
and having been approved by the majoritj
of the electors voting thereon, shall be
come a part of the charter ut the time
fied In such amendment .md shall be cer
tified nnd filed as provided in case Of
Euch rlty fonnlnr its chnrter und'r this
Section shall have, and Is hereby granted,
the authority to exercjse all powers relat
Ing to municipal affairs, and to adopt
and enforce within Its limits, local police
sanitary and .similar regulation not n. con.
fllct with the general law, and no enumer
ation of powers In tills constitution or any
law shall bo deemed to limit or restrict
the general grant of authority hereby con
ferred. but this grnl of authority shall
not Include tho power to regulate the serv
ice or charges of public utilities ro Ion
as such regulation is provided foi le, c- n
eral law. nor be deemed to limit or re
strict tho porter of the Leglsloturu In mat
ters of public or general Interest, nor
those relating to State affairs.
Tho power to be conferred upon the ct
ies by this Section ahull include th.- foi
(a) To levy assess and collect taxes
and borrow money, within the limits pre
scribed by general law. and to levy and
coll. ct special assessments for benefits
(b) To furnish all local public services,
! to purchase, hire, construct, own main
i tain and operate or lease, puhllc utilities,
I local In extent and use. to acquire by
I condemnation, or otherwise, within or
without the corporate limits, property
, necessary- for any such purposes, subject
to restrictions Imposed by g- neral law for
; the protection of other communities; and
j to grant local public utility franchises and
regulate, th exercise thereof subject to i
I the conllnuinc power of regulation oi pub
I 11c utilities, their rates and service, by the j
State, as is now or may hereafter be. pro
vided by psncral law.
(c) To make local public improvements
and to acquire by condemnation, or other
wise, property within its corporate lim
Its necessary for ruch Improvements: nnd
also to acquire an excess over that needed I
1 for any such improvement and to sell or
! lease such excess property with rcatric
I tlons. In order to protect and preserve
(d) To Issue and sell bonds on the se
curlty of any such excess property, or of
any public utility owned by the city, or
of the revenues thereof, or both, Includ-
1 Ing. In the caje of a public utility, a fran
. chise stating the terms upon which. In
case of foreclosure, the purchaser may
operate euch utility.
Sec. 2 The Secretary of State Is here
by directed to submit the proposed amend
ment to the 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 toke ef
fect on Januarv 1st. 1021.
Approved March IS. 1?19. 1
i lite enterprise of the automobile gen-;
.llus. Negotiations wor- in progress 1(1
1 1 months und the "deal closed" onlv i. -,
Although lht. bulk of the timber will
Igo to making the bodkets of cars, much'
I of it also will bo used in the other en
terprises of the Ford nnd some prob
ably will go to the building of the
homes of hl.s employes. Ford uses id
. x. ess of l.OoO.OOO.OOO feet of lumber1
Work on the Iron Mountain body
pieie, n will require about jnoo work
plain will be rushed. When it Ls com-l
DRINKS POLISH; NOT MEDICINE.
CINCINNATI, O When Mrs. Ida'
Buchanan made a mistake betwei n two
bottles she made her last mortal er
ror The bottle from which sh. drank ;
What she believed was medicine con 1
tained furniture poli.-U.
Proposed Constitutional Amend- t!
ment No. 2. &
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. t. W
A resolution proposing an amendment to in
sertion 7, Article 13. of he Constitution E
of the Slate of T'tah, relating to tax IT
rates for State purposes. E
Be It resolved by the Icgialature of the M
State of rtah. two-thirds of all the K .
members Sleeted tO each House ror.nir H
ring ther. it. WL
8ect1on 1 That It Is proposed to amend l
Section 7, of Article XIII of the Constl- 1
tutlon of the State of rtah so that 'hs lr
I same will read as follows. Et
Sec 7. The rate of taxation on proper 'H
ty for State purposes shall never exceed KM
I mills on each dollar of valuation to i- ft
apportioned as follows Not to exceed H
V4 mills on each dollar of valuation for
Seneral State purposes; not to ex i 'b
mills on each dollar of valuation -for din
tn -t s-b.Kii Mirposos; not to exceed - H
' mill on each dollar of valuation for hiRl
; oh..o! purposes, that part of the Stnti W
1 tax apportioned to high school purposes
hall constitute r. fund to be called tha IL.
High School Fund and shall be appoi--tloned
to the cities and school districts
inatTitaliiinK hlch schools in the manner bH
'he l.eiri -r.i'nre may provide And whi B
over the taxable property wltMn the Ktata
: shall amount to J4.)('.n0n, 000.00. the ratci
Shall not . xcaed on --ach Uolur nf valua- m
I lion two and four-tenths mills for general
State purposes, two-tenths of one mill for
hlfih school purposes, and sjch levy fer
district school purposes ca will raise an-
nually an amount which, added to any
other State funds avallaol for diatrlr
iKchool purposes, equals 25 00 for each )jH
'person of school III In the State shown
by the laat preceding school census; un '
leas a proposition to Increase such rate - E
or rates, specifying the rate or rates pm
; posed and the time during which the sarna f
hall levied le- first submitted to a lr
ITOts 0( such of the (pjallfled electors of L
')., St.ite, ns. In the year next priced u
ling such election, shall have paid a prop J
erty tux assessed to them within the State, B
land th- majority of those voting thereon
rhall vote In favor thereof, tn surh man a
'nor as may he provldod by law.
I Sec. 2 The Secretary of Sute Is ill. J
rected to r.ni.io this proposed amendment
to Ire published as required by the Con
stltutlon and to he submitted to the elec
tors of the State Ht the next general el, c
tlon In tho manner provided by law.
Sec. 3. If approved by the electors of the 1
Slate thl3 proposer) nn.'n.lnunt shall. If
. tJ-.ke effect on the 1st day of January, L
Approved March 18. 1919.
Proposed Constitutional Amend- U
ment No, 3.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION I,
NO. 6 f
; A concurrent resolution providing an E
amendment to Section 1, Article XIV.
of the Constitution of the State of -
t'tah relating- to State debt limitation. j))jH
Be It enacted by the Legislature of thn
Stats of l"trh. two-thirds nf all the mem
I ber:i elected to each of the two House.' H
I concurring therein:
1 Bet don 1. That it Is proposed to amend
Sectlon 1. Artlcli 14 of the constitution
of the State of 1'tsh so that tho samo
.will re:id as follow,-
Section 1 To meet casual deficits or H
I failures in revenue, and for necessary ex
jpendltures for public purposes. Including
I the erection of public huildlngs, and for
the paym.nt of all territorial Indebtedness
jaBaumed by the State, the State may con
'tract debts, not exceeding In the aggro
j gate at any ono time, an amount equal ' n
2 perccntum of the value of the taxahln
property of the state, as shown bj H
the Inst assessment for Slate purposes
previous to the incurring of such in. h i
edneas. But the Stub shall never con
i tract any indebtedness except as In tho
, next section provided. in excess ol
such amount, and all monevs arlsinc
fr,m loans herein authorized, shall be ap
pllMl solely to tho purposes for which they H
I were obtained
Sec. 2 The f erretary ol State lj her-h-
directed to submit this propose! amend
: ment to the electors of the State at the
: nr-xt general election In th.- manner pro
vided by law. H
I Sec 3. If adopted by the electors ol JH
i the Stats, 'his amendment shall t.-ke of
feet January 1, 1921
Approved March IS. 131$. j
Proposed Constitutional Amend
ment No. 4
'SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
A .oncurr.-nt resolution proposing an , I
amendment to the Constitution of thi
Stats of rtah by umendinr Section 5,
Article XT. relating to rights cf ac-
tlon to recover damages for injuries re- i
sfilting In d.-ath.
Be it resolved and enacted by the T.egis-
lature of the State of Utah, two thirdi
of all the members elected to each 0 ;
the two Houses concurring therein:
Section 1. That It is proposed to amnnd
Section 5. Article 16, of the Constitution
of the State of Utah n that said section i
shall read as follows; J
"The right of action to recover damage . If
for injuries resulting In death, .ihall nevet '
be abrogated, and tho amount recoverable , .
shall not be subject to any statutory llmi
tatlon. except in cases where compensa
tlon for injuries resulting In death is pro
vlded for by law "
Section 2 Thn Secretary of State I H
hereby directed to suhnilt this proposed
anendment to the electors of trie stt
at the next general election in the mm
ner provided hy law H
Sec 3. If adopted by the electors of
the stnte th- amendment shall Uike effect '
January 1st. 1021 H
Approved October 9 1?19.
r, Harden Bennlon. Secretary of State.
of the Stnte of Utah, do hereby eerllfv
thai the foregoing Is a full, true and cor
reel copy of ull Constitutional Amend
menls propor-ed by th- regular and .su
cial sessions of the legislature of 191!,
a the eame uppeur of record in my of
In witness whereof, I h.iv, hereunto set
my hand and affixed the Great Seal of th
State of rtah. this 1st day of September,
(Seal) HARDEN BSNNION,
Secretary of Slate.
OJLDJE8T ini) FELLOW DEAD.
ii:v Imarnntional wevs Service.) H
MANCHESTER, N. H. George C. m
Muln, who claimed to be the oldest M
Odd F.-llow In lh.- world, is dead at !
the honu- of bin daughter, .Mrs. Walter jl
s. Holt. No -il-' Arahersl Mreet. lie
was aged one hundred years, elecn- - H
months, eighteen daya
.Mr. Main was a member of White J fH
Mountain Lodge, Odd Kellows. which 4 jfl
he declared ho Joined March 22. 1844. H
and Penacock encampment He held j H
tho record of being Ihe oldest mem- H
bi-r of the old-time fire department of H
Concord. N. H. I I
MEMPHIS Om- til th- Mtemphla i H
cops wt-nt on it "hand.biiklng jug" and S
"met" everybody 0 fh.' street. Nov I S
Chief ni Police Burney is irylnp: to H
Identify ihe joylat-'polleaman; "if I H
find out who it was, I'll lire him," be