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8 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNLNG, NOVEMBERJ71920
I iN. SV BROWNING ELECTED
I UTAH NATIONAL PRESIDENT
' M. S. nrnpln; widely ktmnn rin;mlrr. who nas rlc-fr-il prCsMcto't of
die i tab National bank .rvri.n, succeeding David Socles, who resigned
H Immiw of the press oiliei business.
ism's capital !
Authorization Comes o Local
Institution From Comp
troller of Currency
Charles IT Ts..rton. vice president
aud manager of the National Hank'
of Commerce, announced last night I
ifie lmk had received authorization!
from Comptroller of the Currency Wil
liams to increase its capital stork to
$0,000 and Its surplus to $12;.000.
These increases were voted by the
bank a few weeks ajjo. but authorlzarj
tion for the Increases awaited an ex- ,
. ,i ition by national bank examiners.
These examiners completed their rc- j
port and sent It to Washington The
statement or condition resultea in the
immediate authorization from thel
comptroller of the currency.
The former capitalisation was $17".,
000 and the former surplus 7.r.,oi
"The bank is more than pleased to
make this announcement," Mr, Bar
ton said yesterday. "It me. ins that our
reorganization work is nuccessful and
lli bank Is In fine condition to do
Its sharo lu the development of in
dustrial and business life of the com
munity." Tlio officers of the bank are IS. P
IJlllson. president, Charles II Barton,
first vice president and manager; J.
w Abbot, vice president; ESxra Rli li
ardson. vice president; H. II Fiud
mun, vice president; lames 11 Iilley,
cashier, and F. J. Vlcke assistant
The National Bank of Commerce
formerly was the Plngrcc National
I STRIKING ELECTRICAL MEN
SEIZE HERMAN PLAN I S
BERLIN Nov. 6. Reports from up-1
per Silesia say that tne industrial life
in the region H paralyzed by a strike
of electrical work employes at Chor- i
::ov. Zabne and fjlelwlts,
Advices to the Voasche Zeltuhg
ays the managers ol iii works at
Chorzow were ejected and replaced b
a strike committee. Allied authorities
are declared to have made fruitless
i fforts at mediation.
I Don't Buy
We adviee the following invest!
i gation beforo purciiase.
j Is the money that I put Into
the proposition absolutely safe?
H Is It .ecurity that I can cell
H readily r.d OUjekly and tvithfllll
loss If I need the money?
Is It a oecurlty upon which
banks would lend me money?
Is the management ci no
Assuming It Is honest, is the
management qualified by pre
vious experience to conduot the
buslneco successfully and rref
la the article to be manufac
tured one for which there la
a res! demand7
Assuming that there Is a real
'I demand, Is the company able
to market thle In a manner to
return a reaeonable profit?
j How docs the probable rate
of interest or dividend compare
with absolutely aafe Invest-
' merits that I could make?
' Havs I taksn the word of the
j solicitor or havs I Investigated
J sufficiently to know the propo-
I J. A. Hogle & Co.
Hi V .... - '
Active and Successful Busi
ness Wan to Head Growing
Ogden Institution .
& i b, biov.ning. experienced bank-,:
er and capitalist, was yesterday elect- 1
ed president of the D'tah Nalibhal
bahk of Ogden, succeeding David C
Eel tea. who resigned because his other j ,
work keej's him aw.i) from Ogden so ,
mui !i that could not give the bank m ,
growing Affairs sufficient attention 11
has been known lor a lonp time that
Mr. Eccles was holding the presidency:
. . n i until such time as the plans con-j
templated could be worked out.
The retiring president remains on
in board of directors and there were I
no other changes It is understood
that WiHi-.-n I. Watlis will continue
as active vice president. A v. Mc
Into, h as cashier and William li Ixv'S
us assistant cashier. Financial circles
have known of this proposed change
for some time and it was mentioned
in the Standard-Examiner when Mr.
Browning resigned us the president of
the First National bank of ogden.
LARGE STOCKHOLDIi 1
Since the reorganisation of the Utah :
National about four years ago, Mr
Browning through th- .i M and M. 8.
j Browning company has been one Of
Its largest stockholders and his brolh
i od irlncipai business partner, J.
M. Browning, has been one of Its ac
tive directors. At the time of th. I I
cn ise bl the capital of the Utah Na
tional bank last July from 1200,000
to !.. 000, w.ls known that this w-i.-pari
. . the g-iieral plan that would ul
Lim tely result in the strong Browning
Interests being1 identified actively with I
I this institution a
In preparation for tho change the ,
.1 M. and M .S4 BrbWhlng company c
! has arranged to remove Us offices!
from the Bccles building to the rearjj
:of the Ftah National hank building
land In connection with other remodel-L-(
lug of the bank's Interior for the pur-'
1 pose of extending Its conveniences a.
doorway has been cut through from I (:
this office to the banking room so thel.
. new president may be in closer touch '
'with tho banks affairs. ,
Hi Drowning Is recognized as a'
most actlVe and successful business
man, He wai born and has lived Ini
j Ugden and his record is one of con
I tinued and unbroken success. Year .
j by year his activities have steadily ex- L
I tended until he Is now recognised
lone of the wealthy men of the west
j and is associated In the management
I of iiiaii' widely de versified but unl-j
forml) successful I tali institutions. j J
II MN1 uM HONS.
Some of his principal connections!
are : I
i President Utah-Idaho Railroad com- 1
Vice president J. M. and M. S.I'
1 Browning company
' mher executive committee, Amal-1
gamated t?ugar company,
I President Superior Hock Springs
I President Browning Automobile j
President Burton Implement com- J
President (.igden Land company. 1
President ugden Pressed Brick & 1 1
Tile company 1
Vice president Grand Opera House
'lce president Lion Coal company I'
President Blacksmith Fork Light ftl
l ow er 1 omji iii v
Vice president Utah Construction'
VlcP president Utah Implement
Director Deseret National Bank.
I'drectoi Deseret Savings bank.
Director Home Fire Insurance com-;
Director, Utah Power & Light com
pany. Director Salt Lake and Utah Rail-1
I Director Bhups-Wllllams Candy com
pany. Director Utah Condensed Milk com-'
Director Promontory Curlew Land
The complete directorate of the,
Utah National bank now is
' M. S. Browning, president; Warren
' L, Wattls, active vice president,
(Charles K ICaisor, lc president; Da-'
ivld C. Eccles. J. Iff. Browninu. W. J.
I Parker, Joseph Scowcroft, V". H Wat
tls. - 00
ANNOUNCED AS 54,178
SEATTLE, Wash, Nov 6. Alask
population Is 54,178. a decrease of 1 I S
per cent in the last decade, according
to an announcement made here today
by W. D. Iopp who, as superintendent
of the Alaska district of the United
States bureau of education, had charge
of tho census in the northern territory, i
Ten yeare ano ih population was M.
356. This year there are 29.210 whits
residents and 2".uS natives In ihe;
" north, Lopp announced.
OGDEN GIRLS TO
Campfirc. Units to Be Formed:
Summer Activities Already
Under the direction of number (
Ogden women the Campfire Girls, i
are to be organized in this city and
lolreadj splendid fforts have beenj
I realized in the securing of the spacious
'and excellently furnished basement
i pla rooms of the Mrs David l - ,
cU s' home on Jefferson avenue and j
Ogden people will remember ll i I
during the summer Miss Rosalind Pol-,
mati directed Campfire work as aj
branch of the Community Service, but
It was found unpractical to be carrt' .1
on through the schools so a re-or-ganlzatlon
has resulted and the girN"
Work will be carried on entirely in
league with the schools of the city. I
Miss Beulah Brown, former instructor
in oral expression at the Ogden Hiu!i
school, will be executive head Mlssj
I Erowu said to be exceptionally well
CCiUipped foi this positloti. She Is a I
graduate of Worcester University I
Ohio, and her efficiency In this work
W9.S further specialized by her experi
rni r hlkinr guide at the Yellow-
star. this past summer.
Mn r Bl COMMIT! I I .
Miss Brown will be assisted In the
re-organlJitlon and carrying on of tin-j
work of Mls OKrta Woodruff, whoj
i win lmve chnrgf of home economics
land by Mrs Sop his Reed, director of
physical activities. These young wo-;
men will be aided and advised by a .
j committee comprising Mrs. David
! Ecoles, chairman, Mrs Aggi Stevens j
secretory: Mrs Chris Flygare, chalr-tl
' man of finance' Mrs. J. o Falck.
consulting member, and Mrs. Edward I
Rich and Mrs. S. S Smith Special ad-.
VlStors. !1 women of C'gdrn aic r
pelted to aid in every way In thr j
I mnvMmnnl n-hirli io ulmjriv alvnnc d i
i to the :.,ge of o-ganizing about twen- i
t- croups or girls between ten si ii d j
eighteen years of age Meiing are
to be Veld In school buildings or j
hornet nnd the activities are to be i
limited In one meeting a week, proba-l
bly to lie held afternoons following!
sphool sessions Night meetings arej
to be avoided. Honors are to be earned i
through the reguhtr schtool and home,
progCSlm of ti)C furl, the object of the
Si out.-; being to bring all girls the op-J
portunlty for group sxperience, ouf -1
door life, utl to learn through work,
but more hy play, to serve their com-,
munity The urogram provides (ncen-
lives for practicing woman's world-old I
arts by rcinliit.fr an elementary prof I-1
c.ency in cooking, housekeeping, flrsi
aid and the rules of healthful ii.iiur.
Three are forty odd subjects for which !
Proficiency" badges are given, and;
more than otf-fo'irlh are In sub-1
i Jects directly related to the services of I
woman in the home, as mother, nurse
ci. hoiiif keeper
MM.Ml.lt (TI fill -
Already preparation has beett mode
for the summer pleasures of the girls.
Mrs. ,f ; Falck ha been instrumcn il
in securing, through District l-oresieri
R. H. Tt utlc dre of the local service!
t offices, a summer camp site located on j
Blacksmith Fork in the Cache forest.
! The camp is about seven mile fi i 1
I Hyrum, I'tah. easily reached on th"
i 1 ntc rurban ' line and is a short hike
from train to camp. The supervisor of j
j the Cache forest has chosen the Site
and now awaits the committee to visit
the place and decide on the number)
! of acres to be set aside for this pur
A plan will be worked out by the
groups whereby the committee will
soo:i be able to announce just what it
will cost each girl for her-food (or
I the ten days' online. The expense (s
to bf borne entirely by the girl her
I Sflf. and it is expected that each fdrl
I will earn the amount by the time of
' the outing Provisions will be secured
i at wholesale If possible and the cost to
each will he he'd to the verj lowest
fipriup. In fact, a prize will ne offered
to the group composing the most ccon
i omlcal menu.
Tents must be furnished by the wo
I men of the city.
Every woman Is needed to help the
I Campfire Girls' movement in ogdei
I and to make It as successful an or
, ganlzatlon as In hundreds of other
cities of the United States At pres-
ent there is In exisience a thriving or
canlatlon at IrkutRk, Siberia and the
j last number of "The American QirV
carries an Interesting article of the
work beinc accomplished there.
It Is hoped by those who have been
most instrumental in the beglnnlns fit'
this work In 'frdeii that even.- woman
I of the city will take especial Interest
' tn the organization.
If any wish to know further of the
' organisation and Its demands, they are
I requested to address Miss Beulah
' Brown at the David Eccles' home. 2."S'i
Plan Farewell for
Ronald F Browning, son of Bishop
and Mrs George E. Browning of the
Second ward, will be tendered a fare
well party In the ward hall next Fri
day evening. lie will depart at an
early date for a mission to the Pa
Values Up to
Save $10 to $15 on
I $L A "Kff111 Army and Navy surplus salvage and war materials at
LbbW iM&k I I extremely low prices. Everything for the farmer, teamster,
mvm m laborer, contractors and campers Sale to continue daily until
foJ JH JbLbbbsbbI jP our supplies arc exhausted
Sale Will Continue Until the Entire Stocks Are Exhausted
Note these prices less than original cost to the government Cone in and get your share of the values purchased with your
You can buy these goods at prices less than you p.nd In 1914. Wo are Remember, the Army and N-ivy bought nothing but the best That is
selling them for less than the U. 5 Government paid for them v. ha', you get from us the beet. HL"
U. S. GOVERNMENT BLANKETS
Quality the beat and none superior. Each and eery blanket carries trur guarantee Olivf Drali Khaki Color Blankets
UNITED STATES GOVT. WAR DEPT. BED BLANKETS. U. S. Government CIpss b
(reclaimed) Blanketo. These blankets have been thoroughly inspected by the U. S. More than 75 per cent wool Regulation army size
Government Inspectors and accepted by them as to their condition and quality and weight; average size 58x72 inches; average
weight 3' 2 pounds. Regular values from $9 to $1, U
You can't beat them for quality guaran- They are mad: as only the government tomorrow "each
tee; Uncle Sam himself has dselsred knows how to make them-woven for , Am A.
them "O. K." They are good enough for . Lot FZ vJJ
any home m the land Fresh as from warmth, and to wear, and wear and wear.
ycur own laundry They are tho very Many of '.he blankets we will sell tomor.
blankets that gave warmth to your sons row will be handed down to the grand Im fl M fkE
Rhine " P Grant l thC ch,,dren of Purchaser $0
UNITED STATES ARMY TENTS "1 ouidtc
lotnoi it' 1.000 U. S. ARMY WOOL O. D. SHIRTS
w,Niir&$;x dMirrtiis Sfr ro issue wool 0 o sh.rts
pericci condiuin E !K4S Cff Pocket, breast lined w. All renovated t3 8S U
I This tent'pftii tho ,.'., ' 'O.jx, , n,,lu-.nt, an(i , perfect condition Your Choice, each V-' H I
i LOT NO. ,TiVNMTr SSSKWU. auk Ridge- BRANO NEW .6. O. SH.RT8-A. $5.85
I pole style i-foot side wall. Corrccl size for small OiCA
Cot o. 33? S ! ' . 1' ,?S 'J- S. ARMY WOOL O. D. BREECHES
'"' foi ragon or canvas covei ll AC regulation army breeches i e them for irorlt, outing. dri-
ffi Bach? til.4J np, etc, Will outwear pants or overalls n M j?0 OC 5
lot no. 5 C s. Army Pup Touts Just the thing ror children to 1 condition. Per pair ?..GJ
I 9W In or for a lielf pi on o hike -, r r
9 ' " o . V' WRAP LEGGINGS f 1 ru "in;, nil h ilhr: (Jo nj- ksW
PJ.OJ N anwpol $1.95 saddh W
Army Gun Holsters, 35c CANVAS LEGGINGS a- Moleskin lealhei lined and
NAVY COTS-Largt Jnst th. LARGE FIELD C , ' ' 310.75
",;nK for ZAZ,( WATER BAGS $0.50 PEST GRADE OFFICERS' PUT- W
b catnpera tp4.)U rEES Cordovan and tf0 OC army leather 7 or f
tress ATage weighttos Attention, Farmers Benuin W JER!,NS IM i
I As good as new, at d a pa heavy leather m nr WFB AFtMY belts or mess or
L5price 24.5U HORSE HALTERS 3L95 Each . ... IDC KITS ODC M
RECRUITING qr- ARTILLERY HARNESS -Brand GENUINE ARMY O D OVER RECLAIMED O. D. $9 i r ' M
BAGS ... pl,UJ new and best quality. Douhli set A-ro T. . ' . , ,vr,ni m nil,p .T 4.J A
I SEA BAGS Made of 12-oz. duck cabl. breas collai hai A0 COATS-Roclalmod. 6'irst clae .VOOL BLOUSE . iO
.lusi the thing tor bedding roll nesa )r set . P40 ' "" 1 genuine army QT (C f
andesmpers stl 7C fci uciubtc marching shoes OU.J
8 SSStA 1.43 i i HELMETS or v.'ATERPROOF COATS AND
B A R R AC K8 UTILITY BAGS- Eacn Ool WATERPROOF PANTS Jut HOBNAILED ftp Qr
Made of denim and white duck ALUMINUM CANTEENS Wit ,,,,.. ,,. tne aUndryman 01 FRENCH SHOES PU.JJ
S Can be used for a laundry r screw topa 1 quart (ir teamster nr reclaimed cotton khaki
Bach DDC Each . VoC , .., ifoc breeches nr H
I ! S, an"3 reclaimed khaki U. S. army bi I M OC ponchos frorr Pa,r 8 '
ftC . , 52 95 Reclaimed lot of raincoats, worth
3 8 arm, , claimed " r g5c SL,CKERS01 all I la and much $3.98
overalla pair . C 1 ! M , '"zZ " Your QC extra heavy all rn
' S. army reclaimed (irr K JIEy d 8 Q5 ' ' J WOOL ARMY HOSE Pair vUC
unlonalla , .. M.DJ '"' vO. Bee grade cotton and wool ,.:i:r f(.r s.: j.-,
U. S. afmy reclaimed rr 1 armj reclaimed nr worsted mixed union fQ or r s arm , -i t a (r
Jumpers . . DOC wrap puttees .... I OC suit Sull . &0.0 scabbards . tt4.JJ
I U S arm: reclaimed 00 7c r S. armj ir I S armj lanterns, 1 nr U S armj cartridge or H
l,,n -"k shirts 0C haversai V0C each st 1 JO boxi )C
1 s ; $1 OC FlrsI aid or U s armj hip boot! . - or 1.' S armj ammunition or
ina!;ks ipi.LO kite ZjC pair tyu.OJ belta . OOC
1 s arm, trench shov- (r 1 rr r . S. arnir bacon in
SADDLES el and carriers $1.00 cans lC
fl Government, new, big Western horn style saddle; full ttnf pa .... .. . H M
g rigged, complete Each, special $72.50 AVIATOR SUITS
S ISrj,1 n eleton rigged saddle, with horn, i rn m lde of Unesl grade khaki. :.ned and padded to withstand tho coldest ii B
. , .', "' 1 4liL,oJ veather; made liki-a 1 t rail m i' 'I h. rn.uent had thousands of I H
,M "s a-i.-.-dbyl 9 Cava incr- them made at a cost of 112.75 pei ill While they, last, t'0 nr
Guaranteed in serviceable condition Each J 2 ".C1 ' J)0.75 i r
Our Commercial Department Offers the Following Merchandise at Ridiculously Low Prices:
UNDERWEAR ALL LEATHER GLOVES-1000 i?!?-0."? ?RE8fi $7 FINEST GRADE ANGORA
I SHIRTS AND DRAWERS Cot Paf to pick from 1 O r heAWCoItClE 2! J L,NED LEATHER SLEEVE
ton ribbed L winter weigh! nr bUS KSiXJJr'TT" $1.85 U nr
Per garment 0C 1 f the laest grade leather PART WOOL SLIP-OVER iitupr e. we,r'?
I COTTON RIBBED UNION mittens, sorlh up to t 1 rr SWEATERS rM nr LEATHER SLEEVE t hauion
suits Heavj weighi ji nr pair. Choice, pair J1.00 v ' !?0 skin lined of thi fin 11 yp
$ Per sail Cpl.O moleskin short macki- fine grade thick 'set KiJSWi A
' I Sfea?yLwAe7gDhtC0TTN T"r Sffi UNE $6 85 corduroy pants- $ nr ?5.5SlS
Perauit "... $2.45 1L , Bk nJ sK'sjf J ra fa aj
, 1 MEN'S HOSE COatS mackinaw led. large O. D. cloth. Heavj 1 Q 7r U. S. ARMY RUSSET Ap'nr
6 Pairs for $3 L'5 J, 11nr; weight. All wool il0.lO SHOES Munson taal vbj.yO
All wool casslmere xn collar. U.OO genuine shelter tent jersey gloves Best
Per pair HVC EXTRA GOOD ALL LEATHER CLOTH tf a or grade, pair ZUC
Heavy cotton work sox in GLOVES Horse hide, r BREECHES ij)4.50 Or 6 Paira tor J 15
at, per pair IOC ell aoles Paw . CjJl.OO MOLESKIN, CFFICER STYLE
fi Pairs for $1.00 U S ARMY LAST SHOES RAINCOATS, SPORT rfni jr Hundreds of 'm, Km, anA
M!XE DRESS S!8u,at,on ' " coats, vests $24.0 cZZ Sal lie! ai . .,d ,
I - 11 25c ir, $7.45 rLu $7.95 :J
Everything guaranteed exactly as advertised Goods arriving daily. It will pay you to keep in touch with us for any items
you may need, n ig
g Utah Surplus Army, Navy and Commercial Goods Store B
Main Headquarters: Walker I Berthaua Hall Building 319 Twenty-fovrth Street. Ogden, Utah
! j Bank Building, Salt Lake City StQrc Qpen m fi p m Tomorrov, g
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MANY INQUIRIES ;
OF STOCK SHOW
Present Indications Point to
Record Entries for 1921
Inquiries received b sponsors ofi
the Second Annual Ogden Livestock j
'show to be held at the Union Stock -yards
January 6. 7 fvA S. Indlcnts that
the show v.'iii have double the entries
nf last sajton.
Intertat seems much jrroater In-"-,
aiock associations not onlv in Ihe west
but in tho mlddlewMl mi even in the
south, have taken notice of, the com-j
; ina exhibition.
Difficulty will be experienced In
housing the entire number of exhibits.;
;tt Is feared. AM but the highest .lass
I exhibits, repi eaeniliiK the best cattle I
Lthat the west has to offer, will be SJt-
eluded from the show and by this
! means. It Is believed ndecjuate accom-j
imodations will be provided
Pure bred registry aasoeiallons have
extende-1 an offer to exhibitors at the(
nhow which was not made last year i
A number of tho asSOOlaMonS have of
fered to give one dollur In premiums
I for c-ery two dollars offered by the
''.(rlen Livestock association
CataloaueS), llstlntr premiums for thej
parlous exhibits will be off tho press '
within th next lay or two. and dur-
Ing the next week will be mailed to
me tlionsand lntei mountain farmers..
One of the features of this season's'
snow Is th.- Inclosing of all biidin:'--I
In which the stock will be showSl. Last
season, during the intense cold whlthi'
i revallsd, mnnv pei-sons complained
tha tnrol1 calicsl them iomi short'
Itheir isit. This will be guarded!
Special Service at
'I'hc morning service at the T'irt
Congregational church toda is to be
of special .significance. At thai time
the new Hail Organ will be dedicated
Miss lno Shields, for tho pas', four,
years accompanist at tho church ser
vices, will preside at the console.
The order of services for tho day
I is as follows:
At 11 a. in. Livine worship. Dedica
tion of the organ, and sermon
Prelude, "Romance' xheppard
To a Wild Hose" MacDowell
Offertory, Andante Pastorale'
Posiiude. "Marche Pontlficale". .
Miss lvlne Shields
I Anthem. nd uul Thy Light" ....
The Quartette J
'fc'ernion. ' fl.-- Place of Music In Dl- j
j vine WorSh.ip"
At 12:15 noon Sunday school. I i
,E. P. Mills superintendent! gCindergar-
ten under the direction of Ml -, M r
Parmlcv and helpers. Mens class led
by Dr. Mills. Clas-. Mrs. Hyrulh
At 6:30 p. m, C. E. society. Mlis
Pish, president. All 'OUBg people
At 7:30 p m. Divine worship and
Prelude. "A Shepherds ldl" ..Geibel
Offertory, "Evening star" .. Wagner
jPostlude, "Thanksgiving".. . Ilosmer
Miss Uine Shields
Sermon . .. The Jesus of History."
against this season, It Is stated. Secre
tary A. W. Taylor announced yester
day that the .now will not nl !
Ilargr, but will be far superior to the
!irevlous eent I
SPERRf FLOUR 1
Joseph M. Parker Arrives in
Oaden to Take Charge of
Joseph M Parker former general
manager of the Spcriy Flour com-,
pany at San Jose Cab, has arrived In i
iigcloo and has taken up his now du-j
ties here as Kener.'il manager of the!
nu plant. Mr. Parker arrived here
from the coasi PVldas -'ind was the'
Jgiiost ol honor at a banquet ghen at iil
the Weber club that evening by local
representatives of the flour company.
Manager Parker has been associat-
cd with tho Spcrry mills for mnnv WM
yours. HC Is widely known as a null-
Ing man. Lsaaal
AI thi held at the Weber HBH
club Manager Parker gave a short
jresponso afier be had been welcotaed HUH
Ogden and stated thut he w aM glid
to bo here, that he w.is , (Jger to see LjUHH
OgdSn become one of th Icadlns mJlU iBI
mi.- centers of tho w.st and that h.
c-l to know that ugden husi- M
nearman were back of those ussoeiat- ggfl
ed with the various milling companies H
'ur Ogden plant will be going full H
, blast by the middle of February." s;,M
1 ' r, tnd ; rom 11 intM-
cations, the tlntlre planl will be one of B
itho beat In tho western states. The
work on the new mill Is rapidly near-
ing completion." BH
FOR SALE I fl
Three new modern brick bungalows situated on Fowler 1
avenue between Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth streets.
The coming residential district cf Ogden. Built eight, all I
sold but three so you'll have to hurry if you want one 1
of these Altman built homes. Come see them Sunday. I
R. W. ALTMAN & CO.