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i m THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, JULY 14 191. iH
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)-Z WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Competent hou8ekir
phone I'm, :-w 7-14-31
PJ A YOUNG girl to assist in housework.
2547 Grant Ave. 7-7-lwk
WANTED MALE HELP.
FIFTY laborers Apply The Midland
BridKe Cn, V, i-ber creek, on the
oar Bamberger 7 14-1 w
WANTED A good canvasser to sell
7- ftV real nil paintings, made by band.
thr rnmmi '-'"' Address oil
.jj Inge care the Ogden Standard, pood
8(1 references required 7-ll-4t
HANDY man to work on ranch anri
t able to cook for two people Ap
;''ply fit I'ullman Cafe. 268 26th St.
I WANTKD Home washing. Phone
. 1352-R 7-1-lwk
DRESSMAKING, reasonable prices,
. 456 22nd St. 7-10-lmo
ORDERS Tor homemade cakes. Mrs
M. A. Markle. Phone 700-W.
s 7-3-1 mo
' ) WANTED Clean, wnito old rags, at
$ the Standard office. I'houc 56. 360
ffh 24th it.
SMALL home, large lot: give price
anil description. Must be cheap
P. O box 298. 7-5-lwk
WANTED Nice furnished apartment
. of about three rooms, close In; mu;?t
I be reasonable, only self and wife, an
I swer giving full particulars, location
i fjj and price A P." Standard Office
BOARD AND ROOM.
fOil NEWLY opened small boarding
houee would lih.e a tew congenial peo
I pie; lionio cooking; jileasant outside
pKrooms and bath. Rates reasonable
One half block east of Wash, ave Ap
gjply 117 21st 7-12-lwk
I BOARD and room or furnished rooms
Phone 1410-W. 539 23rd St.
l " i
iTtj MELROSE, lareo nice rooms, $1,501
Oil pel week, upward, 263'J Jefferson
r l; t24-lmo
'AH BOARD and room. 2236 Grant Ave.
m ROOM and board; also some table
boarders. Poplar Heights. 437 24th
55 Street. 5-17-lmo
' FOR RENT
it. FURNISHED HOUSES. ROOMS AND
, For Lease Forty-five room brick
flB hotel m prosperous railroad town In
Nevada, owner wants to get out ol
hotel business: good -business for righi
pam Address 0erland Hotel, care
Jjg S la u darn
FOR RENT Furnished new, clean.
J. comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2
i week up 536 .list St 3-18-lyr i
rjtf THREE furnished rooms, modern;
H call 126 Poplar avenue. 7-12-lwk
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms.
Ml strictly modern 569 22nd. Phone
jR 1386-R. 7-12 1 k
, THREE housekeeping rooms, ground
flj fl"or L.'nd st. 7-12-lwk
o-ROOM furnished house, 336 "2nd St.
Phone 1216-R. 7-10-lwk
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping,
gas and electric light, 2370 Lincoln
(C 6-ROOM modern cottage; well fur
nisher! with use of piano, will rent
for 2 months,, for particulars phone
1715 Location, MoDroe nenr 26th St
STRICTLY modern. one, two or three
room apartment. 528 24th St. 7 8 lwk
El RNISHED rooms, single or en
suite. 2526 Adams.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms; gas and
bath; also sleeping rooms, 427 24tn
I FURNISHED flats. 2C34 Oram Ave.
El K room, modern house. furn
2824 Madison. Phone 2237-J.
t LATEST modern apartments, partly
furnished. 439 Herrlck Ave. Phone
I 1 2 t-J. 6-27-lmo
k SEVEN rooms, modern in good cou
ditlou. 639 23rd St. C-9-lmo
i MODERN 5-room house nicely fur
nished 2519 Orchard avenue
UNFURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS
i 4-ROOM brick house; large lot, barn
ggjf and cellar. Inquire 317 12th pt.
TWO or three unfurnished rooms 26.'.
JM 21st St, 7-11-lwk
'NICE 3-room house; electric lights.!
$7.50 per month. Call 1415-M
PEERY Apartment; five-rooms. Ap
ply D. H. Peery Estate, phone 97.
3- ROOMS. light, toilet, sink, beautiful
surroundings, no children, 2748 Jeff.
7 8 1 w k
I TWO small rooms for liRht housekeep
ing or office, over L L- Clark A
I Sons Store. 7-8-tf j
FIVE-room house and barn, 1 aer.
1157 23rd St. 7 2-lmo
A COZY thrco-room house on bench
(12.60 per month Inquire room 401
First Nat l Bank Bldg. 6-28-tfj
4- ROOM house. 2138 Jefferson Ave.
Inquire Christenson Shoe Store.
6-ROOM unfurnished house. 11S2 24th
St. Phone Geo. Keopp. 46K-4.
SIX room house, modern, south-east i
Corner 27th and Grant. Phono
2019-W. Apply 2634 Grant. 5-1-tf
1 ROOM flat, unrurnlshed. Over Smith
Grocery, 86th and Wash Phone I'M
RICH flats, 2465 Jeff. Phone 609.
COREY apartments, modern and rea
sonable. 2566 Washington ave.
BUNCH of keys, between 25th and
Jefferson and Hermitage Please
return to Carr's Drug store 714-wk ,
HUNCH of kes. Return C. H Kaw
aguchl. 141 24th, city. 7-12 lwk
PURSE Between 23rd and 24th on
Wash . containing $15 Finder no
tify Standard. Reward. 7-10-4t
LOST Purse, containing 2 keys and
about 50 cents; return to Standard
office Reward, the amount of change
In purse. 7-8-lt
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
HIGHEST grade pianos, self players,
electric slot players, direct from
factory to your home; lowest possible
prices. Pantone, 2871 Hudson Phon
TWIN cylinder Plying Merkle, 7 h p.
Ogden Novelty Works, L'576 Wash
GENTLE family horse, harness and
buggy, $150. ' 156 Fat. Tel 1598-Y
CAMPING OUTFrT FOR SALE.
Why pay rent" Camp this summer.
Buy outfit consisting of following:
lied, springs, rug. chairs, rocker, cup
board, range, table, stand, dishes,
cooking utensils $65. Phone 2434 or
P. H., care Standard 7-17-21
PACER mare, buggy and harness,
good as new. 157o Wash. Phone
RUGS, 9x72; dresser, bed refrigerator,
beat stove, 321 27th St. 7-9-lwk
FURNITURE for 4-room house; near
ly new; phone 2257 7-9-lwk
5 JERSEY and Guernsey milch cows;
moving Phone 618-R 7-8-lwk
THREE good horses. 3272 Stephens
Ave Phone 974-W 6-27-lmo
ELEGANT new furniture, mahogany
and oak at sacrifice. 2549 (,raul.
DOUBLE door sale, 30x44.6u; flue
condition, cheap J S Lewis Co
GOOD range. $15 00; dining table.1
chairs, drebter, beds curiums, eic.
2968 Porter Ave., phono 1359-R.
PULLEYS, &HAFTING AND
Cheap for cash, owing io a change
in our press room the following are
olfered tor sale. Can be seen at the
36 teet of 2 3-16 Steel shafting
with seven !) 12 1-2 Inch drop hang
ers. 1 32-inch 6 1-2 face wood pulley
1 18-inch 6 1-2 face wood pulley
1 14-lnch 6 1-2 face steel pulley.
1 15-lnch 8 1-2 face steel pulley.
1 12-iuch 6 1-2 face steel pulley
1 17-iuch 6 1-2 face steel pulley
1 24-inch 6 1-2 face steel pulley
These are all split pulleys and can
I be used upon any size shafting.
1 6-inch, 4-inch face, wood pulley
1 12-lnch, 5 1-2 inch face, wood ul
ONE good motorcycle for sale at
I 2658 Monroe. Cheap. 6 10 lwk j
BE8T giade of gravel for cement
$l.uu load delivered. Phone 270W.
C 10 lwk j
i FOR SALE -Runabout auto; good
condition Will trade for motor
cycle. Phone 1306R.
ONE milch cow at 34th and Pace. J
P. O'Neill. 6-18 lwk j
SHU BERT piano in good condition
Phono 728-R. 2331 Adams. o-19 :f
TWO Shetlaod ponies, well broken
aud gentle, also one pony buggy and
harness J. T. Hales, 1417 Washing
ton1 avenue. 6-6-if
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
e, bet 23rd and 24th Sta. Phone
FULL 6lzed Ink barrel. $1.00 apiece
Inquire Kvenlug Standard, 36u 24th
8:. Phone 5C. 1-lS-tf
Washington, July 14 Surgeon
General Stokc-a has a plan to improve
the personal of the commissioned of
ficer of the Navy by eliminating all
those in the higher grades who are
temperamentally unfit for naval serv
ice. In a report the Surgeon Geueral
lusists something more than the or
dinary physical test must be applied
to naal officers and successful ap
plicants largely depend upon the lem
pennental qualifications of the com
mander in chief. His recommenda
tions will be considered by Secretary
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY advanced salaried people on
easy payments, no security . aio
loans on furniture, pianos, etc. Drake,
over Paine & Hurst
ON farm or city property. Any amount
Purdy. 2478 Washington 6-11-tf
MONEY on first mortgage real es
tate loans. Kelly & Hernck.
MONET TO LOAN on real estate;
$100 up; real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and sold.
BiCHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
2411 Washington Ave.. Room 11.
LOANS on improved farm or city
property HUNTER &. KENNEDY,
423 24th St . opposlto court house
Money to loan on city and farm J
property. Any amount, no delay
Matbews-McCuiloch Co, under First
National back. Phone 301-W.
MONL'Y to loan on watchea, dia
monds, Jewelry, firearms, etc. Un
cle Sams Loaji Office, established
1885. The Money Lenders of Ogden
27 25th ml C. H. Smith, Prop.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. BrummitL , 4-27 -tf
BEN LOEWENTHAL 5203 Prairie
Ave.. Chicago Patent Promoter- j
Expert in patent issues. Ogden ref
FARM TO TRADE.
FARM near town for house, close In ,
C. n. IVFR tSn -Kth if I.1R.I. I
SWEEPSTAKE pen of White Wyan
uottes. 3350 Lincoln. Phone
SPECIAL ROAD TAX ELECTION.
West Warren, Warren & Randall,
Weber County, Utah.
Notice is hereby guen that in pur
suance of resolutions auoptea by the
boaru oi Count) Commissioners 01
W eber County, L lah, on June HO, 1913,
Special Elections are liereDy callcj
111 West Warren, Warren anu RauUali
uoud Districts 01 Weber county, Utall
on Cuesday, July 2, iyi3, at tne
school house at West Warren, and at
ihe residence of H J Randall ;.i
KauUail in said districts, between th.;
Hours of 7 o'clock a. in. and 7 o'clock
p. m., on said uuy, tor the purpose ot
iiubmitung 10 me qualified eiectori
within said district a proposition to
authorise the Lourd 01 county Com
inlssioners 01 Weber county, Utah, to
I levy lor the liscal year ly 13. a dio-
, trlct road tax 01 live (0) mills ou ail
the taxable properly within each ot
said districts, to be useu exclusively
j lor the construction aua repair oT
roads and highways situate therein.
Only registered voters residing with
in said districts, who shall hae paid
property lax thereon in the year one
1 housaud Nine Hundred anu Twelve
(1912; shall be entitled 10 vote at
The lollowing named persons hae
been duly appointed by the said Board
lo conduct such special elections:
Randall H. J. Randall, James H
I Roy lance and George Randall.
Warren William T. Wayment, Jo
seph tikeen and J M. Wade.
West Warren Frank Barrows, Jaa,
6. Bel nap and Joseph Hodsou.
By oraei 01 the Board of County
Commissioners of Weber County
Chairman Board ol County Commis
sioners. Weber County. Utah.
(SEAL.) S. G. DYE.
County Clerk. Weber County, Uiah
Dated June 30, 1913.
Date of first publication. June 30. 1913.
Date of last publication, July 22, 1918.
TO THE TAXPAYERS OF OGDEN
I rc. the purpose of raising means to
Carry through the joint agreement
between Ogden City and the Ogden
River Reservoir company, to build a
dam In South Fork to impound a
BuNciept quantity of water to ensure
, an ample supply of water for Ogden
City during the months of July, Au
I gust and September, It will be nec
essary to raise approximately $H'5,
uOU.Oo in addition to the $28,000.00
raised by a two mlils levy in 1912.
The Water Works department Is
now $75,000.00 within tho bond lim
it, basing retired $50.000 00 in 1912
nnd 1913 from revenue derived from
There are two ways of raising this
money. First, and in our judgment
the better way, by voting bonds In
the amount of $75,000.00. which will
be paid by revenue derived from the
Water Works Department. The only
oiher way lo raise this money is by
making a direct levy of six mills,
payable in the fall of 1913
The taxpayers are earnestly re
quested to give this matter careful
consideration before passing judg
ment. And we sincerely hope that
the bond issue will be voted, lor tho
reasons above stated, via; that it may
not be necessary to levy a special
tax for this purpose.
A. O FELL,
T. S. BROWNING,
Commissioner Public Safety
J C. NYE.
Commissioner Streets and Public
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice Is hereby given by the j
I Board of Commissioners of Ogde-i
City, Utah, of the Intention of said
board to make the following described
improvements, to wlt:
To create 24th Street from Harri
! son to Polk avenue, as a sower dis
trict, and to construct thoreln a pine
sewer together with the necessarv
manholes, and connect all with the
manholes of tho present sewer iyi
tem, and to defray the whole of the
cost thereof, estimated at 81,800.00 by
a local assessment on tho lots or
pieces of ground lying anu bolnc with
in the following district, being the
district 10 be benefited or affected by
said improvement, viz:
All the land lying between the out
er boundary lines ot said street and
a Une drawn 132 feet outward from
and parallel to the Bald outer bound
All protests and objections to tho
carrying out of such intention nlst
be presented In writing to the citj re
I corder on or before the 28th day ot
ROOMING house for sale. 28 rooms
A'i'ir. -- t. Standard 7-12-lw
6-ROOM frame. 156 Pat., lot 50x136'
large barn. $1,600. Phone 1698-Y.
FOR sale at less than cost; new five
room frame house, electric lights
hot and cold water, built In kitchen
cabinet, front porch, screened back'
porch, cement walk, lawn, 598 Weal
3-ROOM house, new; basement, fence.
chicken run?, etc.. lot 50x146, $850.
Easy terms Ownor leaving town
resccnt Real Estate Co, 411 iMtk
ONE acre lot. 30th St Bench. $750.00;
one acre lot 29th St. Bench, $60(1.00,
one acre lot Tyler, Bet 26th and 27th
St., $900.00. 50x132, Capitol Avenue
south front. $550.00. Acreage, resi
liences and building lot bargains in all
parts Ix-t UB write your insurance
Mathews-McCulloch Co.. under First
Nat'l Rank. 7-8-tf
BY owner. 7-room modern, cement.
oorl barn, large lot, between 21st
nnd 22nd street, will trade for small
er house if location suits. 2152 Ad
ams Phone 1490-M 7-1-lmo
A 6-ROOM brick on bench, full base
ment, bath, electric lights and wa
ter. Half block to car line, close to
school. Lot 66x148 1-2. Must be sold
, quick. yiii accept city lot as part
I payment and your own terms. This
; is a money maker and worth half
: more than our price, $1800.00. Ma
thews -McCulloch Co., under First
National Bank. 7-8-tf
IN splendid location, only J16 per
acre and up, eay terms; we ha. e
16,000 acres of sub irrigated. Irrigated
and dry farm land lo seil on very ear.y
terms, land very productive, yielding
from $80 to $140 per acre each season;
cilmate ideal, opportunity best in the
United States to get a home and farm
cheap and easy Land selling last.
Better write phone, or call on
HUSSEY, WOODS REALTY CO..
2411 Washington Ave., Ogden, Utah
j Phone 393. 6-4-lwk
(SET your own home, don't pay rent.
Most any kind of a house you want
I Sell almost the same as paying rent
Lots lor sale near school and car
line. All planted in nice fruit trees.
! Only $100, easy payments Loans
and fire insurance For further in
formation see H. Van Braak, 3519 Ad
ams. Phone 974-W.
SMALL fruit farm close in. Bargain
C. D. IVES, 380 25TH ST.
FINE lots; homes to
suit you. Easy terms.
R. C. McBride. Phone
July, 1913. .ot 10 o'clock a. m., that
being the time set by the said Board
Of Commissioners when they will heir
and consider such objections as may
be made thereto, at the Bfayor'8 office
at the City Hall, Ogden City. Utah.
Dated this 3rd day of Jnlv, L913
A. G. FELL, Mayor.
H J CRAVEN.
First publication July 4. 1913.
Last publication July r6, 1913
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in pursuance of law and or a resolu
tion and order of ihe Board of Com-j
m-Duvusii oi wKiieii ny , L lail.
adopted and passed on the 28th day of
June, 1913, a special election is hereby
called and will be held In each of the
five Municipal wards of Ogden City,
ITtAh, on the 28th day of July, 1913, for
the purpose of submitting to a vote
i ot the qualified electors who shall
: have paid a property tax in Ogden
City in the year 1912, (he question
whether said Board of Commission
ers shall be authorized, allowed and
permitted to create and incur a bond
led Indebtedness of $75,000 00 and Is-:
sue bonds of the 6aid city of Ogden I
City therefor, to be used for the pur
I pose of paying part of the cost tori
the constructiou of a dam on tne j
souih fork of Ogden river to impound
j water for the Municipal water works I
system of said Ogden City. Said
I bonds to be redeemable $25.000 00 In
flv years $25,000.00 in six years, and
-' o.oo in seven years from the
'date of issue, and to bear Interest at
the rate of FIVE (5) per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually.
That the tollowing are the places:
designated for the purpose of holding1
said election, and which said election;
will be held in each of the Municipal
Wards of said Ogden City, respective
ly: In the First Municipal Ward, at the
In the Second Municipal Ward at
Tlr V Parker's office. 824 -4lh irot I
Li the Third Municipal Ward, at
the Mound Fort School House, No
1200 Washington Avcnu-
In the Fourth Municipal Ward, at
the County Court House
In the Fifth Municipal Ward, at the
Leu is School. 28th street, between
W.i.-tungton and Adams Avenues.
That the following persons, whe
are electors In their respective wards,
are hereby appointed as Judges of
election, to conduct, and who will con
ducl said elections In the said respec
tive wards in the City of Ogden-
For the First Municipal Ward of said
Ogden City, R. D. Pidcock. Henry M.
M ick and Mrs. Margaret P. Bingham
Fcr the Second Municipal Ward of
said Ogden City. David W. Eans. J.
E Williams and Georgiua g. Mar
riott. For the Third Municipal Ward of
said ogden City, W- W. Crane, Edwin
Dlx and Henry Barker
For tho Fourth Municipal Ward of
said Ogden City. 11 C Wardlelgh.
Henry E Sieele and Mrs Matilda Lu-
cas- U I ,
For the Fifth Municipal Ward of
said Ogden City, C- H. Hussey, Mrs.
Sarah L. Riser and 1 nomas A. Wha-
' 'Ibat the time during which the polls
tb.ill be and remain open in each of
W ards in the Bald election, as I
;,l,nv, stated shall be from seven
o ciock In the forenoon, continuously.'
until seen oclock in the afternoon
of said 28th day of July. 1913.
That the amount of the indebted
ness proposed to be Incurred by Og-!
den City, if legally authorized, per
mitted and allowed to do so by thib
election, shall be the sum of $7.".. em
v lilch sum of money shall be used in
Paying part of the cost of the con
struction of a dam to impound water
in the south fork of Ogden river, to f
be used and distributed through the I
present water works system or Ogden
City wherever needed within said
Dated at Ogden. Utah, this the 28th
day of June, 1913
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners. A. G. FELL. Mayor.
GEO. A. SEAMAN City Recorder.
Stnte of Utah, County of Weber, ss.
I, George A Seaman. City Record
er of Ogden City do hereby certify
that the foregoing "Notice of Special
Election" Is published In according
with a resolution of the Board of
Commissioners of said city, adopted
( :i tho 28th day of June. 1913. as ap
pears ot record in mv office.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
corporate seal of Ogden City this 28th
day of June, A. D., 1913.
GEO. A SEAMAN. City Recorder
First publication. June 28. 1913.
Last publication, July 26, 1913
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice Is hereby given by the Board
of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah,
of the intention of said Board to make
the following described Improvements,
To create the south side of 18th
Street from Washington to Grant ave
nue; the south side of 20th street
from Adams to Jefferson avenues; the
west side of Hudson avenue north
from 29th street for a distance of
I 504 5 feet, and the east side of Hud
ton avenue north from 29th stree for
a distance of 386 75 feet, as a side
walk district and to construct there
in a concrete sidewalk five feet wide
j and four inches in thickness, with the
I necessary intersections togther with
the necessary grading therefor, and
to defray the whole of tho cost there
of, estimated at $1100, by a local
assessment upon the lot6 or pieces of
ground lying and being within the
tollowing district, being the district to
be benefited or affected by said Im
provements viz :
All the land lying between the out
er boundary lines of said streets and
avenue, and a line drawn 50 feel out
ward from said parallel to the said
outer boundary line.
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of said intention must be
presented in writing lo ihe city Re
corder, on or before the 31st day of
July. 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m., that
being the time set by said Board of
Commissioners when they will hear
said objections n3 maybe made there
to, at the .Mayors Office, at the City
Hall, Ogden City. Utah.
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utah.
Dated this 7th day of July, 1913.
A. G fell, Mayor
H J CRAVEN, City Engineer.
First publication. July S. 1913.
Last publication, July 30, 1913.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice is hereby given by the
Board of Commissioners of Ogden
City, Utah, of the intention of said
Board to make the following describ
ed Improvements, to-wit;
To repave Twenty-fifth street from
'.he West side of Washington Avenue
to the West side of Wall Avenue, and
Wall Avenue from the North side of
Twenty-fifth street to the South side
of Twenty-fourth street with either
asphalt or Utah rock asphalt pave
ment, with the necessary concrete
foundation, together with all neces
sary excavating and grading therefore
and to construct on either side of said
Twenty-fifth street and Wall Avenue
concrete gutters of standard form and
quality as now recognized Lo Ogden
City, and to defray the whole of the
cost thereof estimated at $32,406,00,
by a local assessment upon the lots
inl ninroc nt prnnml within the fol-
i lowing described district, being the
district hereby declared to be benefit
ed and affected by said improvc-
A strip of land Fifty (50) feet wide
abutting on both sides of said Twen
t -fifth street, being parts of Lots 1
and 2. Block 25, Plat "A"; City Hall
Square. Block 18. Plat A", lots I, 2.
8 4. and 5, Block 24, Plat "A"; lots
6 and 7. Block 19. Plat "A"; lots 1 and
2. Block 23, Plat "A" ; lots 6. 7, S.
9 and 10 Block 20. Plat "A. " Also a
strip or land abutting on both sides
of Wall Avenue, being parts of lots
2, 3. 4, 5, and 6. Block 23, Plat A .
lot 8, Block 2, Ogden Five Acre Plat
All protests and objections to car-
tying out of said intention must be
presented in writing to the City Re-1
corder on or before the 4th day of
August, 1913 at 10 o'clock a. m . that I
being the time set by the Board of
Commissioners when they will bear
and consider such objections as may,
be made thereto, at the Mayor's office,
at the City Hall, Ogden. Utah
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utah
Dated this 9th day of July, 1913.
A. G FELL, Mayor
H J. CRAVEN, City Engineer.
First publication. July 1". 1 113
Last publication, August 1. 1913.
INDUSTRY IS BAD
Washington. July 14 Rehabilitation
of the American sardine Industry ad
mitted by the eanners themselves to
be in a deplorable condition, has been
undertaken by the department of agri
culture Secretarj Houston announced
today that as a first step in this di
rection the department had establish
ed a special sardine laboratory at
Eastport, Me., with Dr C f Weber
of the bureau of chemistry In charge
Dr. Weber will make a thorough itud
of the fish caught In tho Maine sar
dine waters and of the methods em
ployed there In packing the fish With
few exceptions. American sardines of
late have ben of Inferior quality, often
Indeed unfit tor food, according to
the department's statements
Competing packers, " the statement
said, "have cut the price of their prod
nets to a point where It is practically
Impossible to put up first-class sar
dines The whole aim is to pack
iiuantltv and give no thought to thi
,,uallty of the product
"For some years back everyone III
the MalDC Industry has been righting
everything 1 These men aunoum
now "that they will welcome the rep
resentatlves of the department o
MASONIC Quen Esther chapter
No. 4. o B 8., regular meetings held
at Masonlr hall ou Washington ae.
between 2."th and 26th st the first
anrl third Fridays of each month So
Journlng memlrs cordlallv invited to
attend. Fannie 11 Whittemore, W.
M ; Callle E. Cave. Secretary
Unity I.o!ce No IS. F & A. M..
Masonic Temple. 2550 Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednedas
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Members of
sl"ter lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially invited to attend. S. W.
When-. . W M Felix T. Moore, Sec
rotary' Ladles f,f the Maccabees, Sliver hive
No. I, L O. T. M meets every first
and third Thursday evenings at 8
o'clock, and every second and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock.!
In Eaglcg' hall, 2141 Hudson ave Via-1
Itlntr members cordially invited to at
tend Kathryn Eggleston, L. C, L.
Jennie Prout, R. K.
Silver Tent No. 1. Maceabees of the'
World: meet second and fourth Mon
day nlchts at B o'clock p. m. All vis
Itlng Sir Kniqhts cordially invited.
E. A. Stephenson, Commander W
B. Ogletrce. Heoord Keeper
Queen City Rebekah Lodge No. 4. '
I. O. O. F.. meets second and fourth
Friday evenlncs at Odd Fellows hall
Visiting members invited Luis Claud
man, N G; Emmn Meld Recording
Secretary, 718 Twenty-third street.
Women of Woodcraft- -Ocden Clr- j
cle No. 581 meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock, K of P. hall. '
Visiting neighbors invited. Dues can I
be paid to Dr. Alice M Ridge, M. I,
57-58 Lewi hlok Addle Baker. O. !
N . 130 W 27th St. Marie Crltes, clerk,
I 2731 Monroe avenue.
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every first and third Wednesday
nights of each month at 8 p, m , at
the Odd Fellows hnli Visaing neigh-j
bors invited Dues can be paid to j
Mrs. Anna Ries-Finley, M. D., room
21 Lewis block India Sawyer. Ora-
cle, 2453 Harrison. Lillian Newton,;
Recorder, 27th and Qulncy
Knighls of Pythias Ogden lodge
No. 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at I
Castle hall, Utah National bank build
ing, every Monday evening. All K. of
P's are requested to meet with us
W. H Luddington. C. C ; W. G. Kind,
M of E , W. L. Underwood, K. of R
Order of Owls Ogden Nest No j
121S. Order of Owls, meets every 1
Friday evening in their own hall (the
old Elk club rooms) at 8 o'clock
Visiting Brother Owls are Invited to
attend the nest meetings. Fred Cal
lihan. President; J. Oliver, Secretary,
2416 Washington avenue.
Woodmen of the World Weber
Camp No 74 meets in K. of P. hall in
the Utah National bank building ev
ery Thursday evening at' 8 o'clock
isiting Woodmen cordia -v invited
to attend. D. C E. Ganske. C. C; E.
Autb, Clerk, First National Bauk
Modern Woodmen of America Utah
camp No 9990 meets every first and
third Tuesday evenings at 8 o'clock at
K. of P. hall, Twenty-fourth st and
Washington ave. Visiting members
invited. . H Draney, Consul. J
j M. Shafer, Clerk
Sego Lily Circle No. 174 meeta ev
I ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at S p. m., in I. O. O F. ball.
Visiting neighbors cordially invited
Mar B. Blixt. G. N., 451 31st St Kate
Heyman, Clerk, Bell phone 1217-J.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden I
Aerie No. 118, F. O. E., meets every
W ...l.w.clov a. ..nine at I, oil
I Hudson ave . at 8 o'clock. Visiting
j brother Eagles are invited to attend
i ihe aerie meetings. Club rooms open
I at 11 a. ni J W. Griffin, W. Piesi
' dent. E. R. Geiger, secretary Or C.
1 E. Wardlelgh. Aerie Physician.
Brotherhood of American lcomeri
Ogdeh Homestead. No. 1505, meets on
rud and 4tb Tuesday evenings at K.
P. hall. ViBlting Archers are cordially
invited to meet with us. Addle L. Wil
liams, Foreman, isu Twenty-first
street. J. A. Junk, Correspondent.
3202 Washington Ave.
UKUEK Ut- RAILWAY CUNOUCT I
Wasatch Divi&iou No. 124. O. IL
C . meets second auu fourth Friday
at 2:30 p. in., in K. of L'. Hall, comer
Washington aeuue and Twenty
fourth street All brothers are cor- J
dlaily iuvlted to attend C. H. Pear
son, C. C. D. L. Boyle, S. and T.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice is hereby given by the Board;
of Commissioners ol Ogden City, Utah,
of the intention of said board to
make 'he tollowing described lm- J
To create the West side of Jeffcr- 1
son Avenue from 28th lo 33rd Streets,
an-, both sides of 31st Street from I
Jefferson Avenue, East a distance ol
I 350 teet, as a sidewalk district, and
i lo construct therein a concrete slde
J walk 5 feet wide aud four inches In
1 thickness, with the necessary inter
sections, together with the necessarj
; radlng therefor, and to defray tho
whole of the cost thereof, estimated
at $2,000.00, by a local assessment
upon the lots or pieces of ground ly
ing and being within tho following
district, being the district to be bene
fited or affected by said Improvements
All the land lying between the out
er boundary lines of said Street and
Avenue, and a line drawn 50 feel out
ward from and parallel to the said
cu'er boundary lines.
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of said Intention must
be presented in writing to the City
Recorder on or before the 17th day of
July. 1918, at 10 o'clock a m, ihat
bing the time set by said Board of 1
Commissioners when they will hear
and consider such objections as may
be made thereto, at the Mayor's of- 1
fice at the City Hall. Ogden City.
By order of the Board pf Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utah.
Dated this 23rd day of June. 1913.
A. G. FELL. Mayor.
H. J. CRAVEN, City Engineer
First publication. June 24th. 1913.
Last uubllcntJon. July 16th. 1913. I
Advertisements in thia column
cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance. If ft 'H
DONE in all lengths. 2568 Cole's lH
Court, rear 24u 26lh SL Tel. 1180-M.
ATTORNEYS B I
LAWYER O CO.iNOLLY. (orer Nytfa " A
Clotxing bioro.) 241 vvaab avA.
Phone Its, i4H
1 1 ,
E. T. HULAN1SK1, Flrat Nation' iH
Bk bldg. n.ll-u j
BILLIARDS AND POOL fl
BAKER'S BiiJlard room, 8488 Grunt
( ave. NOT THE BIGGEST BUT THE
BEST Wo have the cozlesi -ozy Bll-
liard Room in Ogden. and all standard iH
high grade, no cheap, four elate tr.- iH
Dies at Baker's. H
THE WORLD FAMOUS BRUN9
WICK BALK oxiu Bllliar and Pool
taoles Well ventilated rooms The tH
Cozy. 32G 25th. 11
J. WILSON Bcok and looe Va: de
vice manufacturer Upstairs. 246i
Waah v Phone 850. lS-30-lmo
F. J. FREENOR, . C. J 1
Graduate Chiropractor. H
No drugs, su-gery or osteopathy; try
chiropractic (rpinal adjustments)
2411 Washington avenue. Room 14
EL VAN ILAMPEN PhCuS Sai for up-
bolstering, matu-esn nakfac re H
stretching of bed rpring H
E. W KAISER, 431 23rd St. Phone
1329-W. Polishing, refinlshing, all F
work guaranteed. 7-2-8wk ; I
HATS cleaned, blocked and retrim-
med. Ogden Hat Works, 221 1-2 'M
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE It you have
any kind of Junk, phone u up. We H
for IL Tel. 210.
PAINTING, ? APERii AN GING
PAINTING, puperhanging and tinting. L I
Den Harthog, Phone 571-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FF.RNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon Office houra 11 to 4 p. m. iH
New Peery Bldg . ilu ison Ave. Pnon H
ISC! Vr. Residence pboub 2129- "vV. 841 JH
Wuliugiou avenue. 6-11-12 f
PAPER CLEANING "H
JAlLb 1 HUJ1PSON -Eipen paper e' IH
Clearing; iougu and primed vtaua jH
and buriap. s.u vtom guaiameu. M
riionc iuo. 441 jacLoou avenue.
NOTARY PUBLIC. l I
c. D. ives, Stoi Tasnty-flfth St. 1 j
Lome anu have a silting. iH
AUUU PRINTING CO. v e Uu good
work. 2485 Uaia. ave, Phono &60. H
RUEBER STAMPS. J I
UoDLN STAMP WORKS, paone 4S, I aJ
or man caru 11 you wian us to caii tH
' wuu MUiiples. Oflico Spargo'a. H
SAN II V vv OILK
YOUR garhage hauled regular San- iffffJ
ltary can lurnisbed tree. Sanitary fl
Garbage & V. aiio iaper Co. rnout,
680 8488)6 Uasn. Ave. , IBH
CITY SCAV&NGEH, McCaxt? & Co, iH
8ECOND-HAND GOODS 'M
NEW AND SECOND HAND lurnlture,
eilua..bv . u.su UUttSs -riu auitcaiea flHl
cheap A iuer, Pton 188. 17V 1-2 .H
1 X L yURNlTOKK store. 2227 Wrja- I
lngion ave., 2a-bAiiU laruitaie of VHh
id. ainds bought anu aoia, pneej f H
waicu uu OCASl oior cai cviu&l. IHH
iruttMirfii JPDAIPPn 'flBfl
1 GALLACHEK repairs trunks , 35u j I
20th St. o-2i-lmo.
VACUUM CLEANERS . 'HI
I UNE DOLLAR p. " da. delivered and
called tor. Electric bervico Co, -B
RIG NONE HURT
Washington .July 14 Search is be- BBBBJ
Ing made today by the police for a
high powered automobile which
crashed into a buggy, tossed the ve-
hiclo completely over the horse.
throwing out tho four occupants and
injuring none of the frightened per- 1
sons nor the animal. The driver of tM
the car did not check his wild flight. M
William Parris. his wife and their M
two daughters were returning from 1
the country, when they turned into a H
road ou the outskirts of the city, the H
touring car swung with great speed H
around the bend and crashed into the M
rear of the vehicle. The four were H
thrown high in the air,
side of the road, while the buggj was H
hurled completely over the Jogging H
horse, which broke iroui the wreck- H
and bolted. ii