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T m THE OGPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, OlTl 1, mr
I BRITISH LABOR
I UNIONS STRONG
IMor.yowerful Than Par
jfifht, Educator Says;
NORMAN II MTS
. rfNTON'. Pert. 30. British labor
Ujjms ore now mor. powerful than
-Ilamrnt, says the president of a
Spoua Kngllsh college an. I can stop
prevent a war. 11. added an
Aademlo "alias"' b. ing anti-labor.
Anlonlsts lhcmselvH a rr not so sure.
Aut thMr party, v. hl li i - hv., rm
T.nrlng for tho v ictory n.nrid. nily
' M expected at the Po'Im a yi-.ir or tr.-o
M henrr. did, and. Is, exploiting to the
jM full, the situation ei ns q lent upon
m I he mess In tho X,ear Cast.
The first response to tho warlike
M r,r,nuni-mer.t of rnblnet was that of
W labor, and It was. "Not n man, not
M .. ship, not a gun' "
Leaders were organizing "stop the
' war" meetings before tin- ink had
dried on headlines announcing the
Nobody thought the war SUggosttop
Mould be received enthusiastically.
I.ut the Intensity of the opposition
must, have a disagreeable surprise
for Lloyd Gc-orgc: and his cabinet.
The crisis, says a pro-ovr rnrnnt
paper. Is not lu th Near F.ixf. but
at home. The cabinet deliberately
beat the war drum so that a tab
leau of Imperial solidarity rnlpht be
shown those who locd d r minding;
It Ic tho rovers that Komal and
Lcnlne and Polncare e displayed
TRIES TO slop n
The Labor party which already
named 400 candidate for the next
fl general elections dl'l not think war
rnmj nctually Imminent decided to
stop It anyway for the ffect on the
i am assured by a parliamentary
K authority that the Com of the prcp-
B arations to resist the Turks' at-
V. tempi t-- cross the ir!
sdfnethtng like $2J0.0' Rumors
Hl of war sent food pik3 up only
Hj slightly it Is true, but discouraging
K enough after the we -. 's suranee
H! that the fall wpuldbrinp a pon-ral
B. i eduction
K roo.l prices and taxes own
more topics of general r nvei Ltlon
H Ojan prediction that were
begun It would Inevitably spread to I
the Balkans. Palestine Mesoptai
! nnd lirvpt--on farther
I DEVELOPMENTS WATtllMI)
War talk hns crowded from tin
nws the irad.' . grctj
I- fhe ovlcl government i ih lais-so-Asiatic
Concolldated company, on i
of the biggest industrial organizations '
In the world which n jtrols
practically the whole f Russia's
pppj non-ferrous metal Industry
pH 70 per cent copper pro, ll of
ppH lior zinc and lead out; m .-rid
H 10 per rent of her gol
ppl not to mention millions of j res of
pm land, railways, fictorie .a".
ppH mines. But devftloprueb '.n-r
K narrowly watched hy hmcn
H who were In business in R uy.nl a be-1
H fore the revolution. APTHeat.i'ns for
ppH 'obs from sorni1 thousand:.
have already been received at the 1
ppH Russo-Asiatic offices In London, and ;
pppl places will be found f of
B Leslie I'r4uha(rt. head oi tlx or-
H canlzatlon. if very optimistic in an
H article: published by the obsei
declares that while practically all of
tho other British entcrprhx i In Rus
sla are at the end of their tether, i
an advance of no more thiu ? 7 .'.00.
pBBf 000 by tho government would re-
Bj otore nil of them to full pre-w r
HH Mvitl"s. It would Involve full recog- ;
n ltlon of the soviet, but thai the
thinks Inevitable and better now than
I fl.AIMS RUSSIA REO0VLRING
HJL He urces his fellow countrymen i
B to get In quick "Russia Is Inex
haustlble and Indestructiblr . and the
H slfrns are not wanting that already.
H even bcr.oath the accumulatcii nilser-
H les of the past five years. h-r tn-
B veterate resilient Impulse, iir-r tre-
B i.indous recuperative power. Is
H clnnlnc to gather str. nirth and '.,n-
l fldence. Do people realise what It
BBH means that Russia should again he
1 self-supporting? The harv .-t this J
flH year for the first time since the rev-'
1 olutlon will be sufficient to supply ,
H her domestic neds. A year or two
H Inp agricultural product on som- thing
H hence we may again see her export-
H not so very much below the old pre- !
H war scale; and Russia's expert of i
H wheat used to be. and will b- a rain,
B the first oi aJI factors in stabilizing
H prices and making It possible for the j
H world to live within Its Incono .
"But that Is n'-t all. The 1M, .
H peasant lia-s now a higher standard '
H of living than before he needs a I
H far greater variety and amount of I
H manufactured articles. He will mud
H In "unprecedented quantities tho I
1' KOods thiit British ;o-tori'v9 tl-,. pe
M uJIarly qualified to supply "
I Plans U-Boat to
Make Long Dive
to Tip of Earth
BERLIN. Sept. 30. . By 'he Asso
ciated I'rrss. ) 'To the north pole In
a U-boat." This la the slogaa b.-hlnd !
a protect launched by Lir. Auachuetz-1
Kaempfc. Inventor of the spinning
compass, which ts t-lnp Increasingly
used In th world's shipping 'iftcr dis
tinguishing ltsolt on U-rniati tubir.o
t inus during the war.
The German ihip yard haw re
plied favorably to an Inquiry by ur.
Ausciiuetz-Kue-mpfo as to whether i
they could build a suitable IT-bo: 'or
a polar expedition. He specified a
-.ijbmarlne of i Oo tons, manned by
ighl men. with a cruising radius i
10.000 miles, capable of remaining
submerged 15 hwurs at a time. Hoi
.apaclty would b sufficient to hold
provisions and equipment for twoi
The promoter of iho project believes
such a submarine coiij rcR'.h ihe
pole more quickly than any othr
stylo of craft.
Although doubt has arli jp in scl- 1
-ntlflc circles to tho practicability of
tho plan, the promoter's t hle-? dlfM- ,
tity at present Is said to bo f.ntn
' 'pHi 1 'onlgnments of 100. 000 troir. eg.-
pppH liave been ublpped euci-essfully from
rne bureau in ' 'Idk-
p ton to the bwIh government at Ben.
THE THRILL THAT COMES ONCE IN A LIFETIME
f Chow dp you op ) pjf
"TFlC VlttAG-.e SMAGT ALECK ''
An O HE 3oT OFF Ihi j CmcT - Vv-' ' J'
6lRLCMTHt STTeeT . A otS
' 1 1
SEVEN DAYS i Ul' lfl.' N. T.
By JESSIE HENDERSON
B JESSIE L. HENDERSON.
(Copyright. 1922. by The- Standard-
NKW YORK. Opt, 3o Kxuctly
how much it costs per year to live
In N w Vork Is a sum that arles
according to the individual. The one
Invariable thing about living in New
York lu thai It eosu? mow per year
than you get. Such bcir.g so tho in
dividual is fore d Into all sorts of
activities In prtfer to make ends
come within sight of each other
nobody nowadays expects them to
The way in which two women have
solved this little problem illustrates
the crsattl1ty cf th- modern lady
and also the speed With which she Is
overtaking ruan In all of his chosen
fields. Mrs. hdward Lizatibky. wife
of a supreme court Justice, is the
founder :md proprietor of an interior
dfcor.illiig business in Brooklyn. In
spite ot what people think of art In
Brooklyn Uo- de. orating business Is
flourishing to such a dbfjree that
Mrs. La,-.ansky who set up shop ac
cording to her own statement be
cause she could uot make both ends
meet on her husband's sitlary. Is
now able to look nt a new hat or a
fox carf without keeping her find
ers crossed. Judge 1azansky's sal
ary la J 17.300, and well, that's that.
Quite as effcctlvo though vastly 1
different was the method employed
by May Idansfleld who felt that
Klngham frocks and cotton stockings
wore inadequate expressions of the
urge toward higher things that po:-
sessed her 16-year-old heart The
hlfjher things toward which May,
felt her greatest urge were silk hos
iery and a georgot gown but those
were so much higher than the clothes
her parents were accustomed to buy
for her that May decided to leave
home and ttrlk'- out for herself.
Her subsequent brief career mero
ily shows how tar an ambitious girl
can go with a bit of determination
and a screwdriver. Chancing Into a
(hurch and observing the poor box
I'heeV;" remarked Mr.y to herself,
I "If It's the poor they're collecting
'for I'm It," so Without troubling
the sexton May got a screwdriver.
I A few minutes later she got u new
bat. The system worked all right
until detectives interfered but that
ll esn't signify that it was not a good
A number of other girls ha Yud
their troubles this week. too. Take
the rb.-l.t hand mermaid who has
un;nuce:.sf ully wooed Chic Virtue
these many months since the mar
ble group was put up In City Hall
pi rk. Not only does C. Virtue con
tinue to trample on her without even
a backward glance but the other
night there came the first frost of
the season. The coldness of the
weather and of C. Virtue was en
ough. It was. in fact, too much.
The rlghtband mermaid's heart
broke smack In two. When day
light dawned, there It was an ugly
crack cleaving the lady's marble
shoulder almost to waist line. They've
patched her up with paraftln and
et rbody's trying to pretend she
looks as cute as eve
And It Isn't as though the mer
maid were anywhere near Coney
Island, either. Once there, they
might diagnose the crack as a wrin
kle and give her a youth-restoring
mud bath. Things are not usually
free at Coney, not unless they are
I both free and easy. But these sun
ny days you can get youth and beau
ty Chert Without the coat of anything
more than u dirty face and dirty
hands A big pump is pulling silt
from the ocean bed to fill in part of
the beach. The silt is black and
Russia's President a Worker
Kalinin, president of Soviet Russia, like to get back to his farm
duties when cares of state permit. Photo ehows him sharpening his
i,; the IB rcaOJueja for work in the add.
I oozy and remarkably akin to the
I stuff the beauty parlors daub on
I your skin, at a dollar a daub, to
radical- wrinkles. Some enterpris
ing soul experimented with the ooze
from the pump. It worked wonders.
And now on any warm afternoon
you will find several hundred mud
.smeared beauty hounds, both male
and female. stretched out on the
! sands to dry.
J Every now and then the prohibi
tion enforcement agents announce
to an lntejvjtod world that at last
New York City is de-hooched. The
latest retort to such announcement
I came from the unti-fanatic league
of women which Is asking all op
ponents or fanaticism to boycott
firms which favor prohibition. This
; decision of the ynti-fanatlcs Is going
I to shock a lot of people. Including
tho;-- rho b.-lie.. e prohibition is a
As to that, the lamentable case of
Patrolman Michael Duffy comes
ito mind. Duffy took from a woman
a bottle of what he thought to be
j hooch. He took It to Essex Market
court as evidence nnd there the bot
jtlo exploded In his rocket with a
vehement bang. The evidence ran
idown his leg and evaporated into
(nothing on which the law could get
I its clutches
Spurred to greater efforts by mls
'haps of this sort, the dry agents
: went no far the other day as to
search an ambulance in which a
woman patient was being carried to
the hospital. They rolled the pat
ient over in order to prod the inat
, tress fur bottles, which they did not
find. Such zeal, however, ought not
ito go without a comment.
For the rest, the week meandered
along with daylight saving ended, a
closed car show at the Grand Cen
trai palace started, and such events
aa the arrival of Sir Thomas Llp-
' ton with the announcement that he
. would not compete for the cup. The
enrollment at New York university is
15,000 and the enrollment at Coium-
, bia more than 33.000. which proves
that the town of the high costs ;.nd
high lights is not wholly Impervious
France, Like U. S,,
Kicks Ring Stars
Out When Beaten
LONDON. Sept. 30 i Bv the Asso
ciated Press. ) - America, long known
no a country' when, whirlwind public
opinion ruthlessly tears popular he
roes from their pedestals, must share
t.,at distinction with France now that
George Carpentler s dethroned but
Enrland remains th- land o' th
faithful to the old stars of the ath
letic and theatrical world
Derisive cries of "Back to 1ua mov
ies" sounded 1n Carpentler's battered
nnd bruised e-s as h- reeled hefor
j Battling Slki's powerful blown, but
the English p ib'i- or-rs Bomballer
i Wells to the echo whenever he ap
pears In the ring, yet he never wins
i and his record year Is a monotonous
I recital of defeats.
It is the same with the theatrical
Sarah Bernhardt once paid tribute
to nn English audience in th- fol
low im.- words: "The English public Is
so faithful. If I appeared on the
stage, but wers unable to utter a
w-ord. I should still recot- . eneroni
applause, because the evjinc would
remember thst I always haS gi-en
them my best. '
Houses of grass ore used In Africa
and In many a civilised countries.
NOTlCg OF INTENTION
-Notle k hereby given by th HoaM of
Commissioners of Osden City (7 tab, of
j the Intention of said Board of '"'ommls
I sloners i. make th: fullon ing described
I nnpfBvamsnt, to-wit- To create Jeffer-
aoa a.tfiiuc between Thirt y-jecotid and
IbOUTKBRN PACIFIC pay cheek. $45 04,
r.iade to order Of leo. S'.rlffkr T'lndrr
return National hotel. 'OdS
SEPT. 21 between- BrlshamClty and
Logan Canyon. nw noli eao contain
ing lady's, centleman's and children's
J. Vr. Auburn, Wv vnlng. Re
ward. o0(6 '
LOST In front of 2475 JeffTVve nn
I jrold watch. Reward to finder. Address
2476 Jefferyn. 10X1
REWARD for pocket book and key loat
on I'lnKree aji.l Twenty-ninth. F. t' nri to
113 West Twenty-ecventh. Phone i'7:-
NR. l MM
8CITCASE with name" tatf i)avid A. I
Owr-n between 7sr Kavanth street ond
Kive Points. Phone. 2448-11. Reward. i
PAIR shell rim classes, lest about Aug.
31 Return to N Keener. Stndard-i:-
anilner Reward. ISM
LOST on Twenty-seventh street. Int. )i
key. Phone 491. SMI
PARTY known who took coat from SUtO
automoblle ut IlerniituK.- f'rk I'.-lurn 0
Virginia hotel and auid lurthcr trour.lo. ;
WANTED TO LEASE.
A GOOD farm for 3 to 5 years. Call
00-R lifter .10 . m !W
WHITE KUi a i TO
SpccialfzlnK on washing, roliahlng. Sreash
:nit automobiles. Work by experts. Sund
Twenty-seventh ainl 'asliingi'in i
Thirty-sixth ireen,- and 'fwenty-fourth
street between Fillmore and Pie: ce avo
nuca as a sewer diatnet. and to eonstruet I
therein a sewer Qf vltiltled or concrete
pipe of mifficlent cpac!tv, tocithei with'
the necessary rr.Hnb.cics, and nil other
(flings necessary to complete the whole
in a proper manner according to iho 1
plane, specifications and pi of lies on file,
in the offlco of tho Cltv Engineer und
I to defray the whole of the rot and ex-
penss of the abutter's portion thereof by
j a levy of a special tax to be assessed upon
the lota or pieces of ground within the rol
lor.'lns dt-sciibed dlclnci, bcln tho dis
trict to be affected or benetltea b f.uch ;
improvement, namely; All the land lying
between the outer boundary lines of tain
streets and a line drawn one hundred
teet back from and parallel to said outer
boundary lines on uoth sides of said
streets between the limits named, be.ng
lilocke 1 to 4 both Inclusive, anU !:...:
.1 and lj. baUcvUw aodillon. ixus I. SQdl
M. and Blocks i und I: Last Park addi
tion: and Blocks IS and 52. Nob Hill
vim ; nil of the above being in Ogdcn
The total cost of said impiovment is
estimated at $&.500.0u.
All protests or objections to such Im
provement or to the can y ing out of such
Intention muet be presented In writing"
MMied by the owners of aoulling piop-
srty descrlblhft the same, logethei .with
the number of abutting ironl feet end bo
filed with the City Recorder on or btrore
the 3rd day of October. Ki2J
The Board of Commissioners at Its
fir.st regular meeting thereafter. io-wit,
the 4th day of October 1322. will con
1 is.d r Uv.- proposed lev;, ano tn-.-ir .n.l voii
! slder such protests or objections to a.ld
i improvement us ahull have been mudc.
I By order ol the Bo.irJ oi Ctinii.il.:on
I era of Ogden City. lTtah.
Dated Sept. 12, 1922.
a O OeWOLF.
I First publication Sept. U. 1922.
ljst OubUcatlOtl OcL 2, 1922.
PublisYicd in Ogdtn StajiUard-Exam.ner.
1 Sevvei UI.il rict So. 1 16. 212
t.OTlCt. TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice la hereby given that Ogden City
, proposes to make the following public
I improvement, to-wll: Construct sewers
tin Sower District No. 146. together with
I work in-idcntel thereto. according to
i plans, specif U atlons and profiles on file
' In the office of the City Engineer. And
sealed bids are invited tor said work
and will be received at the office of the
City Recorder In the City hall at OgUn,
L'tah, until ten o'clock a. m on the 4ih
day of October, 1922. Instructions to
: bidders, plana and specifications for ald
improvement ui bo seen and examined
! at the office of the Clti Engineer In tho
(City hall of sain city, nnd ootain.-d m-on
;a deposit of fb.oii which will be refunded
I upon their return In Kood .ond it Ion with
in ten days of the alwve date
The right is reserved to lejc. t .my and
all bids and to waive any defects.
Bv order of tho Board of Commission
ers 'of Ogden City, Ftah. this, tho 12rh
Idav of September. 1922.
C. u. DeWOLF.
First puulication Sept 13. 19J2
Ijtst publication Oct. 2. 1922
Published in Ogden Standard -Examiner
I Scwcr District No. 146. :'11
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice la hereby given by the board
of commissioners of ogden City, Utah,
of the Intention of said board of i om
I mlsslonera to moke the following de
CYibed improvement, to-wll: To cr-at-
both sides of Lincoln avenue between
Thirty-fourth and Thlrty-slxtii streets;
both sides of Ohllds avenue between
Thirl) -fourth and Thirty-third streeta,
the north side of Fourth street between
i Washington avenue and a point 173. 7C
feet went of Grant aveitue. the south sldo
of Thirty-fourth street between Lincoln
avenue and a point 3S8.9 fee", east of
the east line tnercof. the north side of
Thirty-fifth atreet between Lincoln and
Washington avenues, and tho south side
of Thirty-fifth street between Lincoln
and OTant avenues, as a sidewalk
aUtrlct and to construct therein con
crete sidewalks flvo feet In width and
four Inches In thickness, also to re
move all treea. fencs. poles, building-',
etc.. where necessary, and to build cul
verts, irrigation and drainage systems.
The above named work shall Include the.
I necessary grading therefor atid all other
I things necessary to complete tho whole
In a proper manner according to the
plans, specifications and profiles on tile
in trie office of the Clh engineer, and
to defray the whole of the cost and ex
pense of the alMiltor's portion thereof
by a levy of a special tax to be assessed
upon the lots, blocks, or pieces of ground
within the following described district,
being the district to be affected or bene
fited by such improvement, nameh : All
the land lying between the cuter boun
dary lines of ald streets and a line
drawn fifty feet back from and parallel
to said outer LeunJary Unas of the
streets as listed above. Blocks 2. 3 and 4
Orchard Grove. Addition, being Blocks 1
to 4 both Inclusive, Charlesworth's Addi
tion; Blocks 2 to 4 both Inclusive and
Blocks 6 to 0 both Inclusive Krank'.ln
Place Addition; and Blocks 1 and 2 Em-niei.-on's
Main Street Addition; a'l of
the above belns In Ogden '!'. Survey.
The total cosi of naid Improve ment la
I '-stnmated at JK000 00
All protects or objections to sucn Im
I provement or to the carrying oat of sucn
Intention must bo presented in writing
signed by the owners of abutting prop
erty describing the name t.'gether with
the number of abu'tirg ront feet and
be filed with the city recorder on or be
fore the 2oth day of October, 1922.
The board of eonimlsstonera at Its f rat
j regular meeting thereafter, to-wlt. the
2i;rd day of October. 1922. will consider
I the proposed levy and t ear and cocs.der
; suCh protests or objections o said 1m-
provement as shall have been made
I Bv order of the hord of commission -ars
of 'ijrden City, rtah.
Bated 'Sept. 28. 1922.
C. 0 I'KWuiJ
. kty R cisler.
Flrat pubiicatlon Sept sv MZ2
Last publication Oct. 19. 1922
Published lu Ogden Standard -Fsa miner.
Sidewalk District No. 109
Sidewalk District No. 159. 297
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
. UTEX OIL COMPANY
OKotl. e la hereby given that there will
be held a special meeting of the atock
holdora of the Clex OH Company, at two
f2) o'clock p. ni,. on Saturda;-. tb" four
teen tl (14thi day of October. 1"22. at
Butte Ill-SlS First National bank b Hid
ing. Osden City. Weber county, I tah.
Business to be transacted, 'ho election of
officers, and such other buaineas as the
stockholders oi 6ald rompany mav d'slre
Dated at Ogden. l'tah. September 25.
W J PARKER
President of the UtsS Oil Company.
NOTICE TO CONTP CTOR-
Blds for the construction of 43v cubic
feet of cement work in the we., and 1S25
square feet of cement flooring .re .
by the First Baptist chorea vf Osden
Plan and ; ifl at'.'.ns ro In reOCn 4.i
bulldlns after uoou Tuesdav Oct.'
3. Contract to be let Thursday cr.ing. i
j Cct. S. at the church . 7 rckv-lc.1
' T!ie trustees reserve ihe right "o re- J
sb) or all bids. .ii
FOR SALE Misrelianeou
313 LaS In the Ysr-
oi u stock Is Urge lnrp!jJUS!
lUnges and Hcat-rs. Ton will note vrc
never misrepresent Snr . Udo '
vert!.. Honest advertlrlnr Is t"1?
impcrunt to our success, as honest aesi
Ing with you. You win never he rtis
appointed or mislead by OUT jM"J,
ments We at oil times endeavor J
our patrons with OOUrtSsy Ji n
We cam nv jou money no anywnm in
the furnlshlns line -
WESTERN TF RNi T L'Rl CO.
New and t'acd Kiiailturf
1 1-2 Blocks North of Bridge.
Seventeenth and Washlnston .
HAVE THAT SI'IT
0VERHA1 LED KBPAIRBD
$1.75 AND I T
Let's Ulk it over All work hy expert I
Bcclea Bldg. Tailor Shop
c eall and dellvir
I'liun.' 3461 e,;
BUY MORE AND CAN SELL FOR,
Our five stores located .S OSrt- n. ss t
lke ond Los Angeles gives ol"me
buMns power at the shoe factories. 1 o u
save th- difference. We rccon mi nd
Peters shoes, nil solid leather, for we
w hole family. Special prices In 'f hool J
sho-s. See our prices first. 10
t0eCHRlSTLNSON'S SHOE STORE
2125 Washington Avenue j
KOB SALE At a reasonable' price. a
Rlaar, coft drink and bllliaid hall, near
POcatello. goo.1 lo- athm, nice flxturea.
Bonn,. Imliiw. A chance to maxo a
good bu) If vo.: have- one or two thou-,
sand carh and want to get into business.
this Is ron opportunlti U Interested,
write Box I2i4. Pocatoilo. Idaho. -'O.0!
Ni:v beel lifter John Deere latest
model, riding, clioap ior -ash or c
change for farm produce. lhonc -l--1-
1 1 it; Cramercy Ave.
20 "THOROUGHBRED White teshorn
pullets. Will fay by Oct. 15. I",0"
rrouSEllOLD u wli consisting ' bd!i
dresser, chiffonier. s;oe. etc. -4"S
I FLRNITURE. heater, "kitchen hinet.
etc :6 -C-tb street sl''
FURXITtTRE intl rug for sale 627 22nd
street. Phone 2136-R. --'
Ft" knit' nr. hotue snd sutomobJIe,
Phone ic:v-s 3"ss
THOROCOHBRBD Airdale pups for sale.
2161 Jackson Ave. '01
ONE-HALF gallon Mason )ars. Tel.
US6-W 2112 Adams. . . ,'0'
FOR SALE Household Goods
I DINING i-'ioni set. rugs and bed., rea-
sunahle. No. 4 Browning Apts. 'Jiu-l
FIVE rooms of furniture o piece or tne
lot. cheap. 25SS Lincoln. Phone 12.4.
I FFRNItFkf. and rugs for sale at MM
.- iard e.
'i VIVE rB-jin' of furniture by ulece or iho
lot. cheap. 2oS Lincoln. Phl274j 2j1'2
I Ki KN'TTi RE and lewlng machine. Call
before 5 o'clock. 2450 Liberty. P''0"J !
I'uR Knulne woo'en goods call at Tre- j
monton Knitting Works. Tremonton. L't. 1
I FOR good cleaning and pressing see !
S-i irid. the lallor Tremonton. Ut. 0004
WANTED Ford tops to nut on. $12.50
and up K'ng Auto Top i.'o. M.ilad. UUC.
I FOR service and guaranteed work call
at the Lincoln Oarag . Mstttd, Ma :;"0G
WHEN In Preston stop at tho Preston
1 Hotel. Good meil? Mrs. Ken yon, Mgr.
; VANTElF.vfivbodv to cat at tho,
Parle Grill Cafe, Malad. Ida. 1008
! FOR good groceries cslf S70. service ;
otirtesy our motto. Clayton Co., Pres-
ton, Ida ' ' 3000
j FOR real French Dry Cleaning and laun
dry work call Logan 428' or lTcaton 171.
I American Steam Laundry. 3010
IT v '! an !(:' i fl'::ii.- - ...:'.ie-.. om".
to the Togger) Parquet', ft Hanson.
Jlajad. Ida. 30lJ
FOR all 'r..nds of fruits, veal, poultry
and -kijr ail 110 Montgomery &; Fran
cls Com. Co. 30! 2 '
! G12T them at Rose's Confectionery, the
, ho, ilnnk and chill season Is now on.
, fountain service, hom made candles.
SOilthfleld Utah 3013
i Pi. AY pool at the Club, everybody we- J
) come Hyrum. L'tah. .",014
, Full SALE l21 Hupmot.Ilc. jus' been
1 run Ct'OO miles. Crannc-y Motor Cc . Lo- j
j gan. Utah. 3015 i
WE save you money on your car re- j
. Hiring. Elkhorn GurAge. Honewllle.
J Utah. .. 3016
You will bring It be eventaallj --woy
, tot new'.'
i will be repaired rijiit and you will save
money by having real radiator mea ru
It i Igbt
I OGDEN AUTO RADIATOR CO. !
-1 iiudsoD Ava. Prions 201 '
NEW core,' metallic', je't.onx inserted.'
Any make resjslred Work trjaranteed. :
JA KSON & PACE
210H Hudson Phone 1J62 '
ARE you earning) Ihe hlghestaalar of
which you aee capable? Iet our teacher
in pe rsonal efficient-) tell ou how Phon
2867 for Information. ,,g
vl. i. Kinds of acaveuo;r oik. rru ,ools
and toilets cleaned, fdbblsh hauled John
Chlpp i Co.. 234 Hudson. Phono t2i
vKTY ft CO.. hauling rut.t,th JD
esbes. 2T2S Onmt Phone 201S-W.
IU3 LIABLE sewing done, cheap. Phone
DRESSMAKING Guaranteed ReUaon
able. 2iC5 Adams Phone 1381-W. ;g73
;i:i.IAMI.K plaJn revving done cheap.
Phone 1917-J. 22i
III Mtin'JHl.Mj, j.ltiol eur. Oinions
Aai-inti. ..:axiinc nrw snr) eompleis nt'
rhloerv 2nd I... or Wrisbts. ill t tl
r"orn. caluaes bunions and Ingrowlns
aal s trea et Bl ,entifcsli -. Also warts
mo.s and superfluous hair removed by
e.ec'rolsla. Pbons 240. Wright s Beauty
bt'JO id HAND GOODS
C3 Wash A. Phone OSO Wfi
lUAa.Min aaea i-u usss4 Xmi-V
repair uythiaa bqumr. Ies1 FUri
Store, i. ''.:. fV tSl
LARSON A SONS r.ulldin r-r.,- .
Remodeling Phon', gM-R.' lr"ra":;
dOOKC AN L STATIONERY " "I
BR A TW ELLTl
Everything for rho offu-. ,reei .nd
wood furniture, check proivctora Sfifi
ises Washingtoi A .e Pb0n. uo
- - $IJ '
BAGS AND BARRELS
OGIN Hit ft Iiarre, Cciniuany n
! Hudson Arc PhoneJt4 ny . JJ
monumental work U
1 UIWCUAJCTS Dlspcub p. 401
FOK SALB--iIi.'?ceIlanti J
Ready mixed, ver; J,,
Good tarr.- nam' mrl
po YOI "I ,
v I .. V M- VI 1 'J.
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n:i;i i: t sthnJ
for $ioo m
i mount iaaaH
style Ji Ulii: dcnii'd pj
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I riE 1'IMF DEN" I Klf
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I uis sWd
I kinds of '.' r . -I.alrs. WF
bed springs. I'en OjJBT
...r .ihie prswiff'
. -n. or twaVc. I
d asb end '
' 'aho. MVa
w in in m.w i i KNifwr
. in f n.l hSJsMsit
miure at less than half '). ..-e ofl
owest in town A CTnpletsfljV
ior voui- Inspection ni M,
I 1 Ml I- i i; . ITI UK coK
2274 Washing-tori Vveiim Phsasie
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I n.-n.iure Co for nev or used foMMMS
Sre iid 11rt and
JIlKSKS and Hol.teii - . givlnflsjl
! gallons of n.ilk daily. Soli I ibberS
I buKgy Six hole f oal range. IMmV
104 Wash ngton Phoue
R UI.S1 i;RHD Iv . nersvj
led. Nil J l'-n Kennels. UiWal
St. Dr. -Bundy. Phone 3 4 1 6 . awr
and posrs F. i nd M
2672 Madison Ave. -M
lo.M vni-;s Tm
t;den Phone 2-V 3sssl
- -A.tmlner want 4BmV
Washington candy. M
le. Bide Phone 295. Mi
.eachc; lire S73fHB
f'K.Vi 'TI"A LLY fev .- -. ...keBta
'.: T l.arga n in ,-.al r.i iige, ggsS
and f'.rn'rure. Mc. a wsy.
j McCune. 548 86th St. HB
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' Slal Grsnu ej
DINING room set. Phone oOSsJW
26il Adaiin PnoneH
i , -ilMsW
KlTi'HKN ab!nt for :n. FplenffKJ
dltli.n :u.':i Qulnry sssBfl
WH KLK bah-. ,uhk- '--ndlfl
PORTABLE i4.i..g..i for saTe phonsjBj
BY cow. 473 ""Four Hi street Hi
2 p. m. JsBBsf'
Plion i.ings, Vj
j-h'- Viijon . heapitkt)H
! hi lstenson'it olu n l-ane.'Bn
eontsinsra Pnone 9-K Bi
..loin loom. Wa rpTTesjB
weaving Phone 2013 -M 26 Wflk
dlri'.ng se', I . und SsW
table. 24S3 Jetferson. -slH
i- EN T tronibon- .j 3 new 4Bi
iO on 'an bu; ; dinu,
rs BANTA M hlckensl Latest jfl
j Washington avenue. bbbbK
KII'K i.-n;.s fvr Chimliii; Hunt ftk
GUINEA put-, i r t; . hildreaHg
Sv-ns avenue kssVi
V. t. t.ouaetlold urouure. lBL
prices paid in Ufien. 1 rj ui PbOSffl
Wi I- in.uui. .'u I'cTODteeslflpW
v ash.na'on jf
A TO Z store, the ten jrs Te"Bl
it'-' r.rnlture or snythlnur eBa
"'M-lJCLi for sultt. tn'.lor maftBJ
reduction Gordon's :il-':S TweatflBw
r'hone 111 WMi 1
1'MPi a-ks InrKc- l3eTfLSBBk
''n Ogden Bakjas Co t
I'K.v. HI"- plums, (irarp tornatSH
Canvon load. Phone 1 5 4 o P. WllbjH
SA l.H Nortliweat Greeal
culls at 00c per buah"' . -i.-hardJMrS
Isr. Br!nK- a.ner.
Post . jimmmj
'Ftl irrai-e-i Orcluro .armTis
' H'ir.i n.1;aa nciBS
rwenty-ftrth street. sssbbB
n lr, m-h for " CslTjlSC
260 Ore-hard avenue.
:JPKI;;G ih.. Ur,, . heap l'i7 sIBB
ri 40 i.uclcits
. VoTfee urnTgtTolllBRS
m j K' t fiERRrESmc: o,'lclOtrtS
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