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S THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAHrHURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1913. , 1
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WANTED FEMALE HELP.
A GOOD girl at 2341 Adams 9-18-lwk
NURSE girl 1914 Lincoln. 9-16-lvk
WANTED a girl at Tho Virginia
GOOD prirl to work In shooting gal
J lery; good wages. Montana Room
ing House. 9-15 -lwk
GIRL for housework Inquire 908 24th
St Phone 864 V 9 11 tf
i. nAnctnitiAiu ai nwu noiei.
GREGG Shorthand can be learned at
the Central Business College In
three to five, months. Lt us save
you tjme and money Easy to learn
easy to writa and asy to read Oppo
site P O Phone 764. 9-4-lwk
COMPETENT girl for housework; no
washing or ironing; good wages.
J 505 27th St. Phone 1812. 9-5-tf
EXPERIENCED girl or women for
housework. 709 22nd. Phone 1531
Will pay good wages. 9-3-tf
WANTED MALE HELP.
Al once strong able-bodied men
ioi work as laborers on steel to? -er
transmission line in Utah and
t Idaho. Clean, sanitary camps, good
food $2.00 per day and board. Ap
ply Phoenix (. onstruction company.
Vi Firs National Bank Bldg . Brigham
City, Utah 9-ll-2wks
MEN wanted to pick tomatoes, $1 5"
per ton Inquire Richard Hamlin
Clearfield, Utah. 9-4-2wk"
BOY at Horrocks store to work all
day 2427 Washington
YOUNG man of good address to so
licit Ogden and Weber county; good
proposition to right party. H. D..
fgv WANTED A good canvasser to se'l
real oil paintings, made by hand.
good commission Address Oil Palnt
9 ings. care the Ogden Standard, good
references required. 7-ll-4t
I SITUATIONS WANTED
ft! WIDOW with child wishes position
as housekeeper, near school. Ad-
B drees C. B. h., box 85. Clearfield,
I TJta"h. 9-15-lwk
B WANTED By reliable woman wash-
H ing to do at home for private homg
fk or school teachers. Phone 2125-M
VI 8-30-1 wk
QUIET resppctable home for con-
J flnftmam and Tinn.fnntnHriii: ftlrk
J cases. Mrs. Dalton. 473 31st St.
Phone 1221-W. 8-21-lmo
BOARD AND ROOM.
NEWLY opened hoarding house, large
front room. Bath Home cooking
447 21et Street 9 l7 lwk
FURNISHED room suitable for gen
tleman wlLh or without board, 526
25th street. 9-17-lwk
ROOM and board. 759 23rd Strpet.
Phone 441-W. 9-15-lwk
A GOOD place to room and board, or
board without room. Terms reason
able No 2146-2148 Lincoln aveuue.
9-13-1 v. k
BOARD and room for two school girls
or teachers. 2840 Hudson Ave.
t'l 9-9 lwk
20 HORSES for pasturage. Inquire
A. Jack6on, phone 328-J. 9-6-lmo
LADIES' or gentlemen's washing and
Ironing. Phone 1610-R. 9-16-lwk
WANTED to take care small child
Call 551 23d St. Mtb. N. Lanthier.
WANTED Clean, wmto old rags, at
the Standard office. Phono 5. 360
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
A SMALL truck farm of two or three
acres with small house and barn.
Must be reasonable. Phone 913
YOUNG mare, In foal, with four-month-old
colt to trade for work
horse. Phone 1763 624 West 21st.
afl I " "
LI8TEN here' Madam Yogis, tho
jj i greatest fareeer, nstrologlst, palm
and card reader. Call and be con--S"
v'nced she I? th" bbt 132 1 2 25th
st Newdalf roomp
iljp PROBATE AND
Caaault County Clerk or the Reapa
live 8lgnsrs for Furthaf
- Estate of Edward N Dangerfield,
JjTaJ i Deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
L-"JI voucherr, to thp undersigned admln
9H I Istrator of said estate, at the office
j.Jy cf bis attorneys, Room 510. First
juN I National Bank Building, Ogden City.
Igfl Utah, on or before the 19th day of
L, Januarv. 1914
JOHN PINGREE, Administrator
l $ Hahtrsoo Pratt, Attorneys for the
FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND
ROOM with bath for gentleman, $2.50
per week close in; references. 2341
Adams avenue. 9-4-lmo
FURNISHED house, one 6 room brick,
modern 2748 Lincoln. Inquire 275$
FIVE room cottage. modern fur
nished. 2730 Lincoln. Phone 368-J
THREE-room modern apts furnl9hed,
on first floor 528 24th St.
THREE furnished rooms for house
keeping. 2630 Adams. 9 13-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 2353 Mon
roe. 914 lmo
FOR housekeeping; as. bath also
sleeping rooms 427 24th St.
I 9-13 lmo
MODERN 5-room furnished house".
$;..",. Inquire at 2980 Grant or
224 Lincoln. 9-17-lwk
4-ROOM furnished house with piano
2330 Adams 9-lG-lwk
TWO modern furnished apartments.
3 and 4 rooms. Inquire 126 Poplar
MODERN furnished room with use of
parlor, $10; board If desired 335
COREY apartments, moaern and rea
sonable. 2566 Washington ave.
DOUBLE parlors, use of kltchpn and
piano. 2353 Monroe. 9-4-lmo
TWO furnished rooms, suitable for
Students, close to high school or
academy 2338 Madison 9-11-lwk
5-ROOM. modern. Phone 1315-M
2804 Wash. 9-16-lwk
THREE furnished light housekeeping
rooms 233? Wall r -10 tl
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 171 22nd St.
FOUR-room furnished apartment;
ground floor, all modern. 648 24th.
9 10 tf
FRONT bedroom. ba'h 315 27th St
THREE roomed house, one block from
car line; cheap if taken at once.
886 12th. Phone 900-W 8-28-lmo
THREE furnished bousekpepln
rooms Call evenings or Saturdays
2S46 Hudson avenue B-26-J5wk
FOR rent or for sale, n'cc'.) furnished 1
eight-room modern house 689 28rd
FURNISHED flats 2624 Grant Ave. 1
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean.
comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2
reek up. 536 Slat St 3 13-lyr
UNFURNISHED HOUSES. ROOMS
ONE five-room house, $10 per month;
one 7-room house, $12.50 l"'i
month Phone 612. 9-16-12wkfi
4-ROOM house. 2356 Harrison ave
ONE 5-room modern house, or one .3
room Call 3601 Washington avenue
EHiHT room modern brick house. 2171
Reeves Ave.; rent $20. phone 388.
John J Greinfr. 128 25th St 9 9-if
FOUR-room, $12; 6-room, $15; close
in; water, llght6. 2165 Adam6.
SEVEN room onck. modern house,
basement Apply 2026 Jefferson
Phone 2380. 8-25-tf
4-ROOM flat, unfurnished Over Smith
Grocery 26th and Wash Phone 284
MEISELBACHS Private Business
College. 2656 Adams. Is personally
conducted by an experienced Mer
chant and competent teacher Enroll
I for the new course. 8-22-lmo
WALTHAM watch engraved case, in
'tlals, M. L. D . on back, on Wash
ve.. between Five Points and North
Ogden. Call 1402-J Reward
A GOLD watch on Jefferson avenue
netween 'ttn and 26th, Reward
if returned to 2680 Jeff 9-18-lt
ONE carton of fig new-tons and one
carton of mixed crackers between
12th street and mouth of Ogden can
on. Finder please notify Phone
25-K-4 Canyon Grocery. 9-18-lwk
A SUIT CK6e on 25th street between
Washington and Harrison avenues.
Return to 2530 Harrison avenue and
receive reward 9-18-lwk
BROWN folding pocket book, bet
Wa9h. and 24th and Golden Rule
Store. Contains $9 and railroad tick
et. Return Standard. Reward lib
GOLD locket and chain on Qulncy.
between 25th and 26th strain,
owner may receive same at 930 Bln
ford Ave. Phone 1461 -J. 9-4-31
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS
STOKE for rent. 620 24th St. Tel. 609.
STORE room 2464 Grant, reasonable.
Inquire A. G. Foil, Mayor's office.
STORE room 2238 Washington; 2
story, full basement, 100 feet deep
Rent reasonable. Inquire A. G. Fell,
PUPILS in private home; for further
Information call phone 1566. 9-5 -3t j
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
GOOD barn Corner 29th and Wash.
Ave Call Phone 373-R or 2962
Wall Ave. 9-18-lwk
ONE fumpd oak hail seat and mirror
2 rugs. 2548 Grant 9-18-lwk
STEVENS ReppatlriR shotgun pair
hip hoots. Inquire 2746 Adams.
BEAUTIFUL china closet; hand
painted plates and rues. 880 Scc
oi.d street 9-17-lwk
200 APRIL pullets, some laying now;
also Jersey cow; good one. R. F.
D. No. 2, box 87. 9-16-lwk
GENTS bicycle for sale, good con
dition Call 2457 Quincy avenue
WANTED 3Q horses for prsturace
Inquire A Jackson Phone 328-J.
APPLES, 25 cents per bushel, If call
ed for. Phone 398-R 9-4-tf
THE COW MARKET Corner 7th and
Wash. We buy and sell all kinds
of milch cows on approval Also In
carload lots. Phone 2129-R.
PULLEYS, SHAFTING AND '
I Cheap for cash, owing to a change
In our press room the following are
1 ( offered for sale Cau he been at tho
I Standard office.
36 feet of 2 3-16 Steol shafting
with seven (7J 12 1-2 Inch drop hang
ers. 1 32-Inch 6 1-2 face- wood pulley
1 18-lnch 6 1-2 face wood puile.
1 14-inch 6 1-2 faco 6teel pulley
1 16-inch 8 1-2 face steel pulley.
1 12-lnch 6 1-2 faco 6teel pulley
1 17-lnch 6 1-2 face steel pulley.
1 24-inch 6 1-2 face steel pulley
These are all split pulleys aad can
! be used upon any size shafting
1 -incb, 4-inch face, wood pulley.
1 12 Inch, 5 1-2 inch face, wood ul-ley-
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
Ave., beL 23rd and 24th Sis Phone
j 117-J. 12-2?-tf
. FULL sized ink barrels, $1.00 apiece.
Inquiro Evening Standard, 360 24th
8u Phone 56. i-18-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
ANY amount on real estate. Blchsel.
Commercial Natl Bank Bldy.
MONEY advanced salaried people on
easy payments, no security; also
, loans on furniture, pianos, etc. brake.
I over Paine & Hurit.
! ON farm or city property Any amount
Purdj, 247S Washington. 6-11-tf
MONEY on first mortgage real es
tato loans. Kell &. Herrick.
t 3 15-tf
LOANS on improed fan or city
property. HUNTER SL KENNEDY,
423 24th St.. opposite court, house.
MONEY to loan on city and farm ;
property. Any amount, no delay
B&athews-McCulloob Co.. under First
National Bank Phone 301 -W.
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds. Jewelry, firearms, etc. Un
cle Sam's Loan Office, established
JiS5. The Money Lenders of Ogden
278 26th St C H. Smith. Prop.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity J. J. Brummitt 4-27 if
FARM TO TRADE
FARM near town for house clo-o In
C. D IVES, 380 25th St. 1-15-lyr
I UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COM
PANY ANNUAL MEETING
165 Broadw a ,
New York, N. Y.. Aug. 27, 1913.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of Union Pacific Railroad
company will be held at its office at
Salt Lake City. Utah, on Tuesday,
October 14, 1913, at 12 oclock nooii.
for the purpose of electing fiftr-.-n di
rectors of the Company, and of trans
acting such other business as may
legally come before the me;i"if;
For the purposes of the meeting,
the books for the transfer of stock
! (both preferred and common) will
be closed at 3 o'clock p m., on Mon
day. September 22. and will be re
opened at 10 o'clock a. m., on 1
nesday, October 16, 1913.
ALEX MILLAR, Secretary
; Notice of Stockholders Meeting, Un
ion Pacific Land Company
The annual meeting of the stock
holder of the nion Pacific Land com
pany will bo held at the office of ihe
company, iu Salt Lake City, Utah, on
Tuesday, October 14, 1913, at 11
oclock, a. m.. for the election of six
(6) directors of the compauv. and
for the transaction of such other
business as may legally come before
The books for the transfer of stork
will be closed for the purposes ol the
meeting at the close of business Sat
urday. September 27th. 1913, and will
be reopened on Wednesday, October
16th, at 10 o'clock a. m.
ALEX. MILLAR. Secretary.
Notice of Stockholders Meeting Ore
gon Short Line Railroad Company.
The annual meeting of the nto k
holders of the Union Pacific Land corn
Railroad company will be held at the I
office of the company, Q Salt Lake'
City, Utah, on Wednesday, October
gth, 1918, at 12 o'clock m.. for the
election of fifteeu directors of the
company, and for the transaction of
such other business as may legalh I
come before the meeting
The books for the transfer of stock
will be closed for the purposes ol
the meeting at the close of business j
on Saturday, September 20th, 1913
and will be reopened on Thursday!
October 9th. 1913.
ALEX. MILLAR. Secretarv
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice Is hereby given by thy'Board1
of Commissioners of Ogden city
Utah, of tho Intention of said Board
to make the following described im
provements, to wit;
To create both sides of Ogdon Ave
nue between 7tb and 8th Street! for
a distance of SJS feet; and on Second
Street west from Washington Avenue
side of Second Street 344 4 feet west
of Washington Avenue, thence cast to
Washington Avenue and on the north
bide of the street from Washington
to Wall Avenue as a sidewalk dis
trict, and to construct therein a con
crete walk four fCet wide and four
Inches in thickness with the neces
sary intersections together with the
necessary grading therefor, and to
defray the whole 0f the cost thereof,
estimated at 51200.00. by a local as
sessment upon the lots or pieces of
Aground l.vn? and being within the
follow ing district, being the district
to be benefited or affected by said
All the land lying between the out
er boundary UneB of said street and
avenue, and n line drawn 50 feet out
waid from and parallel to the said
outer boundary UneB.
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of such Intention must
be presented In writing to the City
Recorder on or before the 12th day
I of September 1913, at 10 o'clock a
m , that being the time set by said
Board of Commissioners when they
I will hear and consider such objec
tions as may be mado thereto, at th!
mayor's office, at the City Hall, Og
den City, Utah.
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utah.
Dated this 18t.h flay of August. 1913
H J CRAVEN, City Engineer
First publication August 20, 1913.
Last publication September 11, 1913
The greatest snaps on beau
tiful modern homes in the
history of Ogden. Call R. C.
4-ROOM house, two lots, near In
dustrial school. Fruit trees, chick
cn coop and barn; half block from
car lin- Phone 2024 -M. 9-18-lwk
DENVER Colo, property wanted In
exchange for Ogdon property. 1 m -proved
or unimproved Crescent Real
Estate Co., 411 24th St. 9-17-lwk
SNAP on good 20 acre farm, close
in, good housp, barn, granery In
quire 2774 Wash. Ae. 9-13-lmo
A SNAP "i mom brick, modern, fas'.
terms See owner. 2040 Jefferson
Phone 924-J. 9-u lwk
THE best vineyard orchard or berry
land In Weber county, under th.'
Weber and Davia canal on the Sand
Ridge. 3 miles from Ogden
20 acres, partly In fruit, with two
room house' per acre $225
I MM PRO ED
20 acres at $200 per acre
20 acres at 150 per acre
14 acres at 100 per acre
15 acres at 125 per acre
10 acres at. 100 per acre
1H ai res at 125 per acre
124 acros at 80 per acre
Easj terms Inquire of
422 24th St., or
J F Parsons. Broom Hotel.
AN eionnt lot 171 reel deep, located
on Lincoln avenue, only $10 per
front foot. $50 down. $10 per month i
I I Brummitt, under Utah Natl
4ft ACRES the best in Park valley.
$15 per acre. 20 lots, Ogden. $7;j
each. 2054 A'dams 9-6-lmo
ELEGANT lot near Farr school for
only 110ft: $10 down, $lu per month
Lot near Union depot. $10 per front
toot; down. $10 per month. J J
Brummitt, phone 59.
(iNK-ai Tf tract and 3-room house,
with full cement basement Four
1 blocks from car line. 11,000, If taken
at once. Worth $1500 Crescent
Real Batata Co., 411 24th Street.
i 5-ROO.M modern bungalow, lot 60x
1C5; good lawn and shade; on car
j line close to buslnes center. An ele
gant, bouse in the best location in
Ogden. Good terms price $4500.00.
MathewB-McCulloch Co., under First
National Bank. 9-3-tI
TWO-room house, well located on
the bencb with two lots. $600, $50
I dow n, balance $1" per month. J. J
j Brummitt. Phone 59.
STORE Fine cement basement; new
stock; delnery outfit, cheap. Phone
' 1427 8-21-tt
ROOMIN'f. house of :,o rooms, cheap
rent 160 1-2 25th St, 8-12-lmo
A NK E lot on 23rd street. 50 feet by
1 J 5 feet, for only $200; $10 down.
' $lo per month. J J Brummitt, under!
Utah Nat i nan.
' FOUR-room house with pantry clos
et, water, within four blocks Un
ion depot, only $1400. $100 down,
balance same as paying rent. J. J
Brummlt, phone 59.
THREE choice lots, two modern 5
room cottages, 8 room modern resi
lience, all located on Bent h. close In.
See Dr Frelday. over Utahna Drug
AN elegant 5-room house with
bath, toilet, siatlonar lavatory, all
modern conveniences . within four
blocks Union depot. $2300; $100 down,
balance same as l;iing rent. .1 J.
Brummitt, under Utah Nat l bank.
GOOD home, greatest bargain in Og
den. Owner leaving town. Phone
200 LOTS, well located on the bench.
these are all nice sightly lots
These lots are a great snap at $25
jtm- lot any kind of terms, low rate
of Interest. J. 3 Brummitt. phone 59.
HOUSE for sale. Inquire 2353 Mon-
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. I
The Davis and Weber Counties Canal
Ogden, UUh, SepL 10, 1913.
Notice is hereby niveu thai nt a
meeting Of the Board of Directors of
Bald company, held on the 6th day
of September, 113, an assessment
whs levied on tb capital stock of
the corporation, as follows $2 Oo per
l share on primary stock and 11.25 perl
j share on secondary stock, payable to
the secretary on or before the 1st
day of November, 1913, at his office
In Ogden City, Utah.
Any stock upon which this assess
ment may remain unpaid on said 1st
day of November. 1913. will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at pub
lic auction and unless payment is
made before, will be sold on the 20tb
day of December. 1913, at 12 o clock
noon, at the south door of the Weber
county court houne In said Ogden
City, to pay the delinquent assess
ment, together with cost of advertis
ing and expenses or sale
J. C NYE. Secretary.
Office. Room 516 First National Bank
Building. OKden, Utah
Stockholders of the Overland Min
ing and Milling Company, attention!
At a meeting of the board of di
rectors held in Ogden City Utah,
August 14. 1913, an assessment of
one mill per share was levied against
the capital stock of the corporation
the same payable immediately to the
Secretary, at 674 23rd Street, Ogden.
Utah If not paid on or before Oc
tober 1. 1913, the stock will be ad
vertised as delinquent and if not paid
with costB of advertising on or before
October 15, 1913. sufficient shares
thereof will be sold at public auc
tion, 674 23rd Btreet. at 3 o'clock p
m , of that day, to pay delinquency,
cost of advertising and expense of
E. M f'ONROY. President.
G. W HESTMARK. Secretary
First publication September 3, 1913
In the District Court of Weber
County. State of Utah.
Utah Association of Credit Men, a
Corporation. Plaintiff vs. David
Pugh, doing business under the firm
name and style of Ideal Meat Market,
The State of Utah to the said De
fendant: You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after serv
ice of this Summons upon you. if
served within tho County In which
this action is brought, otherwise
within thirty dajs after service, and
defend the above entitled action, and
In case of your failure so to do.
judgment will be rendered against
you according to the demand of the
complaint, which has been filed with
the Clerk of said Court.
This action is brought to recover a
judgment for $590 66. together with
' costs for goods, wares and merchan
I dise sold and delivered bv J, S Camp
I bell Co.. for $489 93 and The Fred J.
Kiesel Co.. for $100.73 to said de
fendant at his request within the past
two (2) years that said accounts
nave been sold and assigned over to
this plaintiff who Is now- the legal
holder and owner thereof, that said
accounts are due and remain unpaid
P O Address Rooms 403-404 First
National Bank Bldg.. Ogden, Utah.
In the District Court of V eber Coun
ty. State of Utah
William Fisher. Plaintiff, vs. Nellie
Thompson Burch and Robert M.
Burch, Jr. William L Eames, .1
Ward, R. H. Parish. .Ir, Anna Yon
Hookhuxen. doing business as ths
Mayflower Bakery. Defendants.
The State of Utah to the said De
fendants You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty das after service
of this Summons upon you. If served!
I vlthln the county In which this ac
tion is brought, otherwise, within thlr
t days after service, nnd defend the
above entitled action, and in case of
your failure so to do. judgmen' will
be rendered against ou according to
the demand of the complaint, whlcb
has been filed with the Clerk of said
This Is an action brought to fore
close a mortgage Riven to secure i
note for One Thousand ($1000 00)
Dollars, upon which there is due the
sum of One Thousand ($1000.00) Dol
lars, with Interest at the rate of Eight
t Si per cent per annum from the 21s'
day of March 1911. One Hundred
i $ 100 i Dollars attorney s fee and costs
of suit. The property to be fore
closed Is described as follows All
of IyO'R Five (5. Six 6i. Seven (7i
and Eight Si in Block Nineteen (19)
of Lakevle ddition to Ogden City,
Utah, as will more fully appear from
the complaint which Is on file with
the clerk of said court.
H II HENDERSON
F O Address. 216 First National!
Bank Bldg. Osden, Utah.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
terial and building sidewalk in Side
walk District No. 122, being both
sides of Chester street from Wash
j lngton avenue east to Jefferson ave
' nue. also both sldes of Capitol avenue
.from Harrison to Van Buren avenues,
under plans and specifications pre
pared h the City Enclneer and ap
'proved by the Board of Commission
ers, will be received at the office of
the City Engineer. In the City Hall,
Ogden. Utah, until 10 o'clock a. m ,
on the 30th day of September
At which time all proposals receiv
ed will be publicly opened and read
aloud. Plans and specifications can
I be obtained upon application at the
'office f the City Engineer, after Sep
tember 23 L913.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids and to waive any defects
By order of the Board of Commission
ers. H. J. CRAVEN. Cltv Encineer
First publication September r, 1913
Last publication September 29. 1913
Classified advertisements on this
page cost one cent per word, each In
sertion But no first Insertion can
be less than 25 cents Or you can
run the classified advertisement for
25 cents per line per week, but no
weekly advertisement can be less than
5 Room modern press
brick, close in, $1675
on small monthly pay
Phone 115 350 - 24th
Man Is so conceited that If a worn
an refuses to kiss him he attributes
her objection to propriety; sh''
wouldn't kliss any man! He never
thinks that she might kiss others, but
wouldn't kiss him.
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No. 4, O E. S regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave.
between 25th and 26tb sts.. the first
and third Fridays of each month So
journing members cordially Invited to
attend Fannie M. Whittemore, W. !
M.; Callle E Cave. Secretary.
Unity Lodge No. 18. F & A M..
Masonic Temple 2550 Washington
avenuo. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Members of
sister lodges and sojournln- brethren
cordially Invited to attend. S W.
Wherr . W M. Felix T. Moore, Sec
retary. Ladles of the Maccabees. Silver hire
NTo. 1, L. O T M.. meets erery first
and third Thursday evenings at 8
o'clock and every second and fourth
Thursday ?fternoot 3 at 2:30 o'clock,
in Eagles' hall, 2141 Hudson ae Vis
aing members cordially Invited to at
tend. Katbryn Eggleston, L. C. L.
lennle Prouf.. R. K
Queen City Rebekah Txdge No 4.
0 O F meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd FellowB hall
Visiting members invited Nona Har-
riugHin, rs u ; fcroma Meia. necora
'ng Secretary. 718 Twenty-third
WOMEN of Woodcraft Ogden Circle!
No. 581, meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock. New Woodmen,
Hall, Fraternity Bldg. Visiting nelgTi j
bors invited Dus can be paid to
Dr Alice f. Ridpe. M D 57-58 Lewis
block. Eliza Bremer. G. N 44 22nd
St St. Marie Crites. clerk, 2731 Mon
roe avenue 9 10 tf
KnighU of Pythias Ocden lodge
No 2. KnlKhto of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall Utah National bank build
Ing, every Monday evening Ali K. of
Ps ire requested to meet with us. j
W. H. Luddlngton C C; W G Kind.
If. of E . W. L. Underwood. K. of R. j
LA DIES of the Maccabees of the
World. Silver Hive No. 1. meets
I every first and third Friday evenings
at S o'clock; and every second and
fourth Friday afternoons at 2 30
o'elock. In Woodmen Hall Fraternity
Block Visiting members cordially in
vited to attend
KATHRYN EGGLESTON L. C.
L. JENNIE PROUT R. K.
Royal Neighbors of America Meets'
'every second and fourth Monday
1 nights of each months at 8 p m..4at'
I the new Odd Fellows hall. Fraternity
, building, isiting neighbors Invited.!
Dues can be paid to Mrs Auna Rles
Finley M D , room 21 Lewis block i
: India Sawyer, Oracle. 2453 Harrisou
Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27lh and
SILVER Tent No I, Maccabees of the
World, meet second and fourth Frl
day nights at 8 oclock p. m. at
Woodmen hall. All visiting Sir
Knights cordially Invited. E A Ste
phenson. Commander. Paul M. Lee.
Order of Owls Ogden Nest No
I 1218, Order of Owls, meets every
Friday evening in their own hall (the
i old Elk club rooms; at 8 o'clock
Visiting Brother Owla are invited to i
attend the nest meetings, r red Cal-1
nhan. President. J Oliver, Secretary, j
2416 Washington avenue.
SEGO Lily Circle No. 174 meets every
second and fourth Thursday nights
at 8 p m . In I. O O Fal hall Visit
ing neighbors cordially invited Fran
ces Coppock, 867 27th St. Kate Hey
man. Clerk, Bell phone 1247 J
Woodmen of the World Weber
Camp No. 74, meets In the W O W,
hall, Fraternity block, 2320 Washing
ton avenue, every Thursday evening
at 8 oclock Isitlng Woodmen cor
dially invited to attend
C. E CANSKE, C. C.
E. A.UTH. Clerk.
Modern Woodmen of America Utah
camp No 9930 meets bvery first and
: ihlrd Tuesday evenings at 8 o'clock at
K of P. hall, Twenty fourth st. and
, Washington ave. Visiting members
' invited. W. H Draney, Consul. J.
A. Shafer, Clerk
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
Ogdeu Homestead, No 1505, meets on
first and third Thursday evenings Lu
new L O. O F hall. Fraternity build
ing, Washington avenue. Visiting
Archers are cordially invited to meet,
w 1th us. Addle L. Williams, Fore
man. 180 Twenty-tirst street, J A
Junki Correspondent, 3202 Washing-,
FTaternal Order of Eagleo ugden
Acrle No 118. F. O. E., meets every
j Wednesday evenlug at Eagles hall,
' Hudson ave., at 8 o'clock. Visiting
uroiher Eagles are invited to attend
i iho aerie uiceting6 Club rooms opea
I at 11 a. m. J. Vt. Griffin, W. Presi
dent. E. R Geiger, secretary. Dr C
E. Wardlcigh. Aerie Physician.
ORO5R OF RAILWAY CONDUCT
ORS W isatch Division No 124. O. K.
C., neets second and fourth Friday
at ; ,3u p. m.. in K. of P. Hall, corner
6hingtoQ avenue and Twenty
io rth street. All brothers are cor
dl lly invited to attend C. H. Pear
sr a C. C D L Boyle, S and T.
In the District Court of Second Ju
dicial District, In and for Weber
ountv State of Utah
Charlotte E. Van Alder, Plaintiff
vs William Van Alder, Defendant.
The State of Utah to the said De-
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after serv
ice of this Alias Summons upon you.
ii served within the County In which J
this action is brought, otherwise,
within thirty days after service, and
defend the above entitled action; and
In case of your failure so to do. judg
ment will be rendered against you
nccordlng to the demand of the com
plaint, which has been filed with the
t lerli oi sRid court.
This action is brought to recover a
judgment dissolving the bonds of
iiM'rimony now and hitherto existing
hnurrn plalutlff and defendaut .
DAVID JEN SON.
r. O. Address, 503-604 First Na- I
tional Bank Bldg., Ogden City, Utah ,
OGDEN BUSINESS I
Advertisements in this column
cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
DONE in all lengths. 2568 Cole's I
Court, rear 240 26th St. Tel. 1180 M.
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY. fover Nye's
Clothing 8tore. 2411 Wash. Ave.
E. T HCLANISKI. First National
Bank Bldg. 12-11 tf
BILLIARDS AND POOL
: BAKER'S BKllord room"! 2452 Grant
Ave. NOT THE BIGGEST BUT THE :
(BEST We have the coziest cozy Bib
j Hard Room In Ogden. and all standard
! high grade; no cheap; four slate ta
blei at Baker's.
J. WILSON Book and loose leaf de
vice manufacturer TIntfM on; )
Wash Ave Phone 850 12-30-lmo
F J. FREENOR, D, C.
No drugs, surgery or osteopaby; try
cuiropractic (spinal adjustments )
Rcom 14 Commercial Natl Bank
Bldg Phone 311 6-7-tf
K. VAN KAMPEN Phone S33 for up
holstering, mattress making, re
stretching of bed springs.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
C. STUART, estimates free. Don t
miss nlm. 2952 Wall, phone 373-R.
HATS cleaned, blocked and retrim- 1
med Ogden Hat Works 221 1-3
25th SL ' 6-13-tf
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of junk, phone us up. Wa
will call for t Tel 210.
LANDSCAPE GARDENING 10PT.
LET us design your home grounds.
We also plant according to your
plans William Thomas Stlllwell, 140
28th St. Phone ?93-M. 9-4-lmo
! PAINTING, paperhanging and tlntlug.
J. Den Hartnog Phone 571-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Phvsician and
Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
' New Peery Bldg., Hudbon Ave. Pcono
1900 AS . Residence phone 2LJ9-W. 645
Washington avenue. 6-J1-U
C. D. IVES. 380 Twenty-fifth St.
CRAW SHAW STUDIO
219 25th Street, I
Fine Art Photography.
Come and h.ite a bluing. j
WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good 1
! ork- 2466 Wash. Ave. Phone 650. I
j YOUR garbage hauled regular. San
itary can lurnished tree. Sanitary
Garbage Co. Phone 020.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co.,
272S Grant. Bell phone 2U18-W.
! NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and shoes, bought, cold or
exchanged, also trunks and Sultcaats
cheap. A Slner, Phone 121. 179 1-i
Twenty-fifth St, 6-13-lyr
GALLACHEK repairs trunka. 360
25th SL 6-25-lmo.
ONE DOLLAR per day, delivered and
called ior Electric Service Co.,
Phone SS Lp 24th SL
! LEWIS B. COATES IS
DEAD IN LOS ANGELES
Salt Lake, Sept. 18. Lewis B.
Coates, since 1888 a resident of Salt
Lake, died suddenly in Los Angeles
yes'erday from a gencrar breakdown.
Mr. Coate6 went to California a short
turn ago. accompanied by hi two
daughters the Misses Edna and
Sadie Coates, for a vacation. The
Mi&ses Coates will arrive in Salt Lake
tomorrow with the body of their
father, and burial will be here.
Mr. Coates came to Salt Lake In
ISSS and engaged in the real estate
business with J J. Coruin. He re
tired from active business in 1S98. J
and devoted all his time to the work i
of 'he Christiau Science church For I
& number of years he was firs'.
i cider lu the First Church of Christ M
Science here, and previous to that ji
t'me bad graduated from the Meta- 1
physical college in Boston. He was "
a member of lh last class conducted
bv .Mr. Marv Baker Eddy. U
Hcsides his daughters. Mr. Coates J
is survived by a son, Roy D Coates. m
a civil engineer In this city, srho ji
Uvea at the family residence. 368 jl
East Third South street. If
Mr Uootes was born near Liberty, fl
Id Ulay county, Missouri. December 1
14 1851. During his earlier years
he raveled from Missouri to Tex.-n. fl
and later came to Colorado Springs.
Fiom the latter place he came to J IjHJ
Salt Iake iu 1888 Announcement
of the funeral services will be made fl