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THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1913. 3 1
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WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED at once an experienced
girl for housework. S6 00 per
week; no washing. Inquire 818 24th
GREGG Shorthand can be learned at
the Central Business College in
three to five months. Let us 9ave
you time and money. Easy to learn.
easy to write, and easy to read Oppo
site P O. Phone 764. 9-4 lwk
A GOOD girl at 2341 Adams 9-18-lwk
GOOD cirl for general housework
2669 Wash. After 6 p. m 9-19-lwk
NURSE girl 1914 Lincoln 9-16-iwfc
WANTED 6 lady demonstrators
2448 Wash. Upstairs 9-19-lmo
WANTED a girl at The Virginia
GOOD girl to work in shootlns gal
lery; good wages. Montana Room
ing House. 9-15-lwk
GIRL for house work Inquire 908 24th
St. Phone 864 W 9 li lt
COMPETENT girl for housework, no
washing or ironing; good wages
505 27th St. Phone 1812 J-5-tf
EXPERIENCED girl or women for
housework. 709 22nd. Phone 1531
Will pay good wages 9-3-tf
WANTED MALE HELP.
BOY wanted Sauyer Bros. 9-22-31
GOOD experienced collector with bi
cycle: reference. The National
4 Clothing Co. 9-20-tf
YOUNG man with some experience
of store work. 2363 Washington
A1 once. strong able-bodied men
foi work ns laborers on steel tow
er tiansmlssion line In Utah and
Idcho. Clean, sanitary camps, goofl
food $2.00 per day and board Ap
ply Phoenix Construction company
Kirs' National Bank Bldg. Brifch.nn
City. Utah 9-ll-2wkB
MEN wanted to pick tomatoes. $1.50
per ton. Inquire Richard Hamlin,
Clearfield, Utah. 9-4-2wks
YOUNG man of good address to so
licit Ogden and Weber county, good
proposition to right party. H D.
WANTED A good canvasser to sell
real oil paintings, made by hand;
good commission. Address Oil Paint
ings, care the Ogden Standard, good
references required. 7-11-1:
DRESSMAKING. 2612 Lincoln. Phone
1285-J. 9-22-1 mo
' DRESSMAKING, plain sewing -127
24th St. 9-20-lwk
TO fire a heating plant, good refer
ences furnished E G. Neighbor,
City Hall. 9-19-lwk
WANTED- By reliable woman wash
ing to do at home for private homes
or 6chool teachers. Phone 2126 M
QUIET, respectable home for con
finement and non-contagious 6ick
cases Mrs Dalton, 473 31st St
1 ' Phone 1221-W. 8-21-lmo
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS
H'l'OKE ior re'ii r.- jun ftt im i'.iH.
I STORE room 2464 Qrant, reasonable
Inquire A G. Fell, Mayor's office
STORE room 2238 Washington; 2
I story, full basement, 100 feet deep.
Rent reasonable Inquire A. G. Fell,
f WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
20 to 40 furnished or unfurnished
rooms from owner, for cash, must
be reasonable, money maker; good
location. Address. "Smith," Standard
Office. 9-22 31
WANTED Second-hand bicycle,
must be cheap. 411 24th St.
80 HORSES for pasturage Inquire
A. Jackson, phone 328-J. 9-6-lmo
I LADIES' or gentlemen's washing and
Ironing. Phone 1610-R. 9-18-lwk
WANTED Clean, wmte old rags, at
the Standard office. Phono 66. 360
FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping.
2220 Lincoln. 9-22 tl
ROOM with bath for gentleman, $2 50
per week close In, references 2341
Adams avenue 9-4-lmo
(MODERN furnished house. 2347
Madison. Phone 1955-R. 9-20-lwk
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms;
strictly modern, 569 22nd St.
HOUSEKEEPING roome. 2353 Mori
I roe 914 lmo
FOR housekeeping; gas, bath also
sleeping rooms. 427 24th St
I MODERN 6-room furnished house.
$?5 Inquire at 2980 Grant or
2624 Lincoln. 9-17-lwk
1 TWO modern furnished apartments
3 rvnd 4 rooms. Inquire 126 Poplar
avenue. 9-16-lw k
MODERN housekeeping rooms, $12. 50
per month 2759 Grant Ave.
MODERN furnlBhed room with use of
parlor, $10. board if desired. 335
2Sth 9-1 lwk
COREY apartments, monern and rea
Eonable 2566 Washington ave.
DOUBLE parlors, use of kitchen 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
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 171 22nd St.
FOUR-room furnished apartment,
ground floor; all modern 64S 24th.
FRONT bedroom, bath 315 27th St J
FURNISHED flats 2634 Grant Ave
FOR RENT Furnished, new. clean.
corafortablo housekeeping rooms, $2
week up. 516 31it St. 3-13-lyr
UNFURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS
I VE-room modern brick house. $25
per month 471 I'.'nd St. 9-20-tf
I i VE-rooni. modern house, Includ
ing gas, 1569 24lh. Inquire Hor
rocks Bros. 9-19-tf
ONE five-room house. $10 per month,
one 7-room hoiibe, $12.50 per
month Phono t12. 9-16-12wk
4-ROOM house 2356 Harrison ave
LM.iH I' room modern brick house. 2171
Reees Ae, rent $20, phone 139
John J Grelner. 128 25th St
FOUR-room, $12; 6-room. $16; close
in, water, - lights. 2155 Adams.
SEVEN -room Dnck. modern house
basement Apply 2026 Jefferson
Phone 2380 8-25-: f
4-ROOM Hut., unfurnished Over Smith
Grocery, 26th and Wash Phone 2S1
BOARD AND ROOM.
MELROSE first-class board; large
si cam heated rooms, ery reason
able Phone 1613-R 9-18-lmo
NEWLY opened boarding house; lanre !
front rooms. Bath Home cooking.
447 21st Street 9 i7 lwk
FURNISHED room suitable for gen I
lleman with or without board, 526
26th street. 9-17-lwk
ROOM and board. 769 23rd Street.
Phone 441-W 9-15-lwk
BOARD and room for two school girls
or teachers. 2840 Hudson Ave.
WE have for sale a well -located
general repair shop doing a busi
ness of $400 to $500 per month Rent
ind operating expense very light,
good permanent business established .
full outfit of machinery and tools.
Here is an opening for some live
person. Musi be taken up quick.
Don't telephone Sec us Mathews
McCullocb Co., Under First Nat l
ME1SELBATH S Private Business
College, 2656 Adams, Is personally'
conducted by an experienced Mer
chant and competent teacher Enroll
for the new course 8-22-lmoj
A GOLD watch on Jefferson avenue
between 25th and 26th. Reward I
If returned to 2680 Jeff 9-18-It
FARM TO TRADE
FARM near town for house, close in
C. D. IVES, 380 25th St. 1-lo-lyr
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS, j
ALMOST new Jewel Gas range at'
1948 Jackson; cheap If taken at j
ONE fumed oak hall seat and mirror
1 rugs. 2548 Gramercy 9-18-lwk
HORSE, harness and light wagon
Call 2842 Lincoln 9-19-lwk
GOOD barn. Corner 29th and Wash.
Ave. Call Phone 373-R or 2952
Wall Ave. 9-18-lwk
HOUSEHOLD furniture of 8-room
house, 2625 Adams. Phohe 1743.
LUNCH counter and short order,
good location In Ogden. Cheap for
cash. Box 647, Ogden 9-10-2t
STEVENS Repeating shotgun pair
hip boots. Inquire 2746 Adams.
BEAUTIFUL china closet, hand
painted plates and rugs, 880 Sec
ond 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
ANTED 30 horses for pasturage.
Inquire A. Jackson Phone 32S-.I
APPLES. 25 cents per bushel. If call
ed for. Phoue 398-R 9-4-tf
PULLEYS, SHAFTING AND
Cheap for cash, owing to a change
In our press room the following ar
offered tor Bale Cau be seen at the
36 feet of 2 3-16 Steel shafting
with seven (7) 12 1-2 Inch drop hsng- '
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 16-inch 8 1-2 face steel pulley.
1 12-inch 6 1-2 face steel pulley
1 17-lnch 6 1-2 face steel pulley
1 24-inch 6 1-2 face steel pulley.
These are all 6pllt pulleys and can
be used upon any size 6haftlng
1 6-lnch, 4-Lnch face, wood pulley.
1 12-inch. 5 1-2 inch face, wood . ul-
KINDLING wood Yard on Hudson
Ave., bet. 23rd and 24th Sl. Phone
FULL sized Ink banels, $1.00 Apiece
Inquire Evening Standard. 360 21th
Bl Phone 66. i-18-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
ANY amount on real estate. Blchsel
Commercial Natl Bank Bldg
MONEY advanced salaried people on
easy payments; no security, also
loans on furniture, planus, etc. Drake,
over Paine & Hur3t.
ON farm or city property. Any amount
Purdy. 2478 Washington. 6-11-ti'
MONEY on first mortgage rea) es- j
tatc loans. Kelly & Herrick.
LOANS on Improved fan or city
property. HUNTER & KENNEDY,
423 24th St. opposite court house.
MONEY to loan on city and tarm
property Am amount, uo delay
Mathews-McCulloch Co.. under Firsi
National Buuk Phone 201 -W.
MONEY to loan ou watches, dia
monds. Jewelry, firearms, etc Un
cle Sam's Loan Office, established
1S55. The Money Lenders ot Ogden
278 25th St. C. 11 Smith, Prop.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity J J Brummitt. 1-27-tf
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COM
New York, N. Y., Aug 27. 1913
The annual meeting ol the stock
holder;, of Lnion Pacific Railroad
company win he held at its office at
Salt Lake City, Utah, on Tuesday
October 14. 1913, at 12 o'clock noon,
for the purpose of electing fifteen di
rectors ot tt'' Company, and of trans
acting such other business as may
legally come before the meeting
For the purposes of the meeting
the books for 'he transfer of slock
(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., ou Wed- j
nesday, October 15, 1913
ALEX millar, Secretary
Notice of Stockholders Meeting, Un
ion Pacific Land Company
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Union Pacific Land com
pany will be hebl at the office of the
company, in Salt Lake City, Utah, on
Tuesday. October 14. 1913, at 11
o clock, a in , for the election of six
(6) directors of the company, and
for the transaction of such other
business as may legally come before
The books for the transfer of stock
will be closed for the purposes of the
meeting at the close of business Sat
urday. September 27ih, 1913, and will
be reopened on Wednesday, October
loth, at 10 o'clock a m
ALEX MILLAR, Secretary
Notice of Stockholders Meeting Ore
gon Short Line Railroad Company.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders uf the Oregon Short Line
Railroad company will be held at the
olflce of the company, In Sail Lake
City, Utah, on Wednesday, October
8th, 1913, at 12 o'clock m, for the
election of fifteen directors of the
company, and for the transaction of
such other business as may legally
come before the meeting.
The books for ihe transfer ol stock
will be closed for the purposes ol
the meeting at the close of business!
on Saturday, September 20th. 1913,1
and will be reopened on Thursday, j
October 9th, 1913.
ALEX. MILLAR Secretary.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice Is hereby given by the Board j
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 Ogden Ave
nue between 7th and 8th Streets for
a distance of 396 feet; and on Second
Street west from Washington Avenue
side of Second Street 344 4 feet west
of Washington Avenue, thence east to
Washington Avenue and on the north
side of the street from Washington
to Wall Avenue as a sidewalk dis
trict, and to construct therein a con
crete walk four feet wide and four
inches in thickness with tho neces
sary intersections together with the
neceesaiy gradiug therefor, and to
defray the whole of the cost thereof,
estimated at 1200.00, by a local as
sessment upon the lots or pieces of
ground lying and being within the
following district, being tho district
to be benefited or affected by said
All the land lying between the out
er boundary lines of said street and
avenue, and a line drawn 60 feet out
ward from and parallel to the said
outer boundary lines
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of such Intention must
I be presented In writing to tho City
Recorder on or before the 12th day
, of September, 1913. at 10 o'clock a
I in., that being the time set bv said
Eoard of Commissioners when they
will hear and consider such objec
tions as may be made thereto, at th
mayor'6 office at the City Hall. Og
den City, Utah
By order of the Roard of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utah.
Dated this ISth day of August 1913
H. J. CRAVEN, City Engineer
First publication August 20, 1913
Last publication September 11, 1913
MURRAY "CITIZEN" APPEARS
Murray, Sept 21 Volume 1, No.
1, of the "Murray Citizen" mad Its
appearance yesterday under the ill
rectlon of J. G, Weaver, a well known
Suit Lake newspaper man. a editor
The publication Is creditable, both
In matter and makeup, and will, It la
said, find an excellent field her., u
the organ of the existing adminlstra
AN elegant lot, 171 feet deep, located
on Lincoln avenue, $10 per front
foot, $60 down. 10 per month. J. J.
Brummitt, Under Utah National Bank
THE biggest bargain In the city; new
r. room modern pressed brick bun
galow completely furnished through
out with new furniture. Best loca
tion 23rd and Madison. Must be
sold at once Party leaving town.
Price complete $3600; good terms.
?k.Ti Reality Co Under Utah
National Bank Phone 913,
NEW 6-room cottage with largo
sleeping porch, also large front
porch Can be bought same as pav
ing rent Thone 34S-J. or 2166-.I
SIX-room house with one-half acre
land, fruit and shade trees, located
on car line, 51500; terms to suit J.
J. Brummitt, Phone 69.
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
on coop and barn, half block from
car line. Phone 2024-M 9-18-lwk
An elegant 5-room bungalow located
near Sacred Heart academy, large
basement, screened porch and large
lot for only $2700, $300 down, bal-
ance same a6 paying rent; low rate of
Interest. J. J. Brummitt, Under Utah
DENVER, Colo, property wanted In
xchange for Ogden property. Im
proved or unirnproed Crescent Real
Estate Co., 411 24th St 9-17-lwk
THE best vineyard orchard or berry
land In Weber county, undr itr
Weber and Davis canal on the Sand
Ridge 3 miles from Ogden.
20 aeres. partly In fruit, with two
room house; per acre $225
20 acres at $200 per acre
20 acres at 150 per acre
14 acres at 100 per acre
16 acres at 125 per acre
10 acres at 100 per acre
16 acres at 125 per acre
l.'': acres at 80 per acre
Easy terms. Inquire of
HUNTER & KENNEDY.
42''. 24th St., or
J F Parsons, Broom Hotel.
A sood 4-room cottage wltn city water
and electric llcht, well located near
depot, only 11400; any kind of terms
i J Brummitt, Phone 59
SNAP on good 20 acre farm; close
in, good house, barn, granery In
quire 2774 Wash Ave. 9-13-lrao
40 ACRES the best in Park valley.
$15 per acre; 20 lots, Ogden, J7b
each. 2054 Adams 9-6-lmo
oNE-acre tract and 3-room house,
wlih full cement basement Four
blocks from car line. $1,000. If taken
at once. Worth $1500 Crescent
Real Estate Co., 411 24th Street.
ONE of the greatest snaps in the city
an elegant 7 room modern bung
low with large basement. screen
porch, large lot, well located on the
bench In good neighborhood This
property is well worth from four to
fle thousand dollars, for only $3000
$500 down, balance same as paying
rent; low rate of interest. .1 .1 Rrum
mitt. Under Utah National Bank.
6-ROOM modern bungalow, lot 50x
166. good lawn and shade, on car
line close to busines center An ele
gant house in the best location In
Ogden. Good terms, price $4500 00.
Mathews-McCulloch Co., under First
National Bank. 9-3-tf
STORE Fine cement basement; now
stock; delivery outfit, cheap. Phone
ROOMING house of oO rooms, - heap
rent. 160 1-2 25th St 8-12-lmo
THREE choice lotB, two modern 5
room cottages, 8 room modern resi
dence, all located on Bench, close In.
See Dr Frelday, over Utahna Drug
ONE of the finest lots on the bench
176 feet deep to twenty foot alloy,
located near Parr school building:
$100, $10 down. $5 per month J. J
Brummitt. Phone 59
FIVE-acre farm with Groom house,
$2650; one 1-4 acre place with large
house; city car line, north. $2100. II
M Barrows Co.. 24641,;, Washington
2th LOTS, well located on the bench.
these are all nice sightly lots
These lots are a great snap at $26
per lot. any kind of terms, low rate
of Intereet J, J Brummitt, phone 69
A modern 6 room cottage with tree,
lawn, everything In good shape, lo
cated near tho depot, for only $2300,
$200 down, balance same as paying
rent. J J Brummitt. Phone 59
GOOD home, greatest bargain In Og
den. Owner leaving town Phone
HOUSE for sale. Inquire 2353 Mon
AN elegant lot. 60x116 feet, within 2
blocks of Utah Notional bank, only
$1200, any kind of terms; low rate
of Interest J J Brummitt, Under
Utah National Bank
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
A SMALL truck farm of two or three
acres with small house and barn
Must be reasonable. Phono 913
Pocatello, Idaho, Sept 21 The spe
cial grand Jury called b the district
court to investigate certain charge!
In Bannock county In - lo.sing Its ses
sion last night had made twenty-seven
indictments, as follows:
Tonv Faust, boot legging; Robert
Morgan, assault with deadly weapon;
Walter Martin, transporting liquor in
PUPILS In private home; for further
InformaUoncall phone 1556 9-5-3t
LISTEN hero! Madam Yogis, tho
greatest farseer, aBtrologist, palm
nnd card reader Call and be con
"nced she is tho best. 132 1 2 25th
at New riale rooms.
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
dry territory for other than own iifp.
Steve Mcohikne, bootlegging, D. W
I'.aird, tape; Frank Carneau, bootleg
ging. Chris Leakes crime against
nature, J. B Kirk, bootlegging. Del
Root bootlegging. Ross Ferry and
m Christopher, bootlegging; Bud
Millor, burglary, Ota Tuka, robbery
I C. Carter, larceny; William
Hughes, receiving a bribe; C. G. Ra
vr1daa, bribery; Pearl Shelton. boot
legging; and C. O. Renting, fraud In
l some of the bootlegging cases the
indicted have as high as four counts
J. B. Kirk has plead guilty to boot
legging. The cases of the other do
tendants have been set for court
n October 8, 9, and 10.
BEGINS ACTION OVER
New York, Sept 21. Charles
Bright, has begun an action In the
United States district court by which
he seeks to prevent John D. Rocke
feller. Ellas M Johnson and John J
MtKelvey from securing control bf
the Pan American railway in Uruguay
I he papers filed in the suit diet lose
th fact that Mr. Rockefeller first
became interested in tb-i South Amerl
can enterprise while playing a gillie
of golf with Mr Johnson at Pocantl
co Hills, where Mr Rockefeller's Hud
son river estate Is located Aa a re
suit of his conversation on the links,
the Standard Oil magnate invested
$5(ii),iM)0 In the venture, and the in
terests behind Mr. Bright assert that
the Standard Oil holdings now amount
to a much greater portion of the
V- related in the papers filed u
connection with the suit. Mr. Rocke
feller was one day playing goir witn
Mr Johnson, who is an Iron manuf.v
turcr at Sputevel du Vale, and after
running the long putt the oil ruanu
facturer turned to his opponent and
you are the only man 1
know who has not asked me to help
him in some ua What's the matter
haven t you anything good?"
Mr Johnson then of the railroad in
Uruguay for which be was trying to
raise $ 1 .000.000 iur a syndicate which
was financing the road. The next day
Mr. Rockefeller subscribed for $250.-
) of the stock and later fur the
Rright charges that he was deposed
as manager ot the operations in Uru
guay and that the men associated
with Mr Rockefeller are endeavoring
to deprive the men who secured the
concession of their interest in the
Bright contends thai if he and h:s
associates are deprived of their Inter
est Mr Rockefeller Will make a prof
it ol between 11,000,000 and $7,000,
A. H. Favour, who supplanted
Bright as manager, siid tonight that
when he took charge three miles ol
road had been built, at a cost of $1.
$600,000) and that he believed all of
the stockholders would be glad to lake
their money and Interest and drop the
POTATO GROWERS HAPPY
Pocatello. Idaho, Sept 21. From
all reports the potato crop this year
will exceed that of last year by sev
eral thousand carloads. The prices
h;'e bee he best thi'- season Three
cars were shipped from Twin Falls
MiMitly .it 1 1 and $1.10 per hundred
L:-at year tho price was 50c and 75c
H. E Barrett, presldt m of the po
tato division of the North Pacific
fruit distributors, arrived in Pocatello
Inst night and his headquarters for
this section will be located on East
Cuter street of this city He le op
timistic regarding the potato outlook
lie estimates that the crp from Ida
ho this year will be over 6000 cars.
Wires from agent in Denver show
that the demand is quite strong al
ready The car condition Is satis
factory at present and a frost will
Increase the supply of mature po
tatoes which are so much in demand.
MIGHT BUltD CANAL
Washington, sept 21 Advices re
tr.lved here today oui lining the mag
nitude of the concession secured by
ihe British firm of S Penrson & Sons
from Colombia, which calls for tho
development of Colombia's natural
resources Including the right to build
railroads docks and canals Is alread)
causing grave concern.
It was learned today for the tirsl
time that the concession secured by
the Pearson syudicate include large
tracts of land and harbor rights nn
tin- gulf of Darlen. whit h Is within
a short distance of the Panama tanul
zone as well as sites along the Atra
tor rlvor, which is the main water
way leading from the Carrlbean gulf
toward the west coast.
A number of years ago a route for
a proposed Isthmian canal was sur
vt yed along the Altrato river but
nothing was heard of the mutter until
Edward H. Harriman became Inter
ested In the project about a year be
fore he died. Many are of the opin
ion that had he lived Mr Harriman
would have pushed the construction
of the canal.
The slate department has been
wctching this site for n number of
vears and It l now felt that the sii
iiation hns become one of Interna
AUTO RUNS DOWN RIG
Murray, Sept. 21 An automobile
driven by some person unknown and
untraeed, this afternoon struck and
demolished the buggy of Mr Myers
of Rlverton, throwing himself, wife
iwid baby to ihe ground Mrs Myers
struck on her head, suffering a frac
tured ear drum and probably eon
( ii lon of the brain and a broken
! skull. M''. Myers was driving on the
main road between I.ovendabl and
RlVertOD. His horse shied as the .urn
approached from the south The
driver of the car going north aftei
strlklug the rig so squarely as to
wreck it and throw the occupanta to
the ground, did not slacken his
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter I
No. 4, O. F. 8., rerular meetings held
at Masonle hall on WashlnKton ave ,
between 25th and 2f.th sts . the first
and third Fridays of each month. Sf
Joumlng members cordially Invited to
attend Fannie M Whlttemore, W.
M.; CalUe E. Cave. Secretary
Unity Lodge No. 1R. F A M .
Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington
'avenue. Meptlng? every Wednesday
.evening at 7 20 o'clock Members of
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend. S. W.
Wherr , W M. Felix T. Moore. Secretary
Ladles rtf the Maccabe. Stiver hive I
No 1, L. O T M., meets every first 1
and third Thursday evenings at 8
o'clock and every second and fourth
Thursday arternoots at 2.30 o'rloek,
In Eagles' hall, 2441 Hudson ave Vis
iting members cordially Invited to at
tend. Kathrvn Eggleston, L C, L.
Jennie Prout. R. K.
Queen City Rebekah Lodge No. 4,
I O O. pl meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall
Visiting m-mberp Invited Nona Har
rington, N. G . Emma Meld. Record
ing 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 neigh
bors Invited. Du8 can be paid to
Dr Alice M Ridge. M D, 57-58 Lewis
block Eliza Bremer. G. N.. 464 22nd
31 St Marie Crites. clerk. 2731 Mon
roe avenue ft 10-tf
Knights of Py thias Ogd n lodge
No 2, Knlghto of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall. Utah National bank build
Ing, every Monday evening. All K of
P's ire reaue-ted to meet with us
W H Luddlngton C. C: W 0. Kind
M. of E ; W L. Underwood, K. of R
LADIES of ihe Maccabees of the
World. Silver Hive No. I, meet a
every first and third Frldav evenings
at 8 o clock , and every second and
fourth Frldav afternoons at 2:30
o'clock, In Woodmen Hall Fraternity
Blocll Visiting members cordially In
vited to attend
KATHRYN EGGLESTON L. C
L JENNIE PROL'T, R K.
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every second and ' fourth Monday
nights of each months at S p. m , 4at
the new Odd Fellows hall. Fraternity
building isi ting neighbors invited.
Dues can be paid to Mrs. Auna Ries
Finley, M D, room 21 Lewis block
India Sawyer, Oracle, 2453 Harrison
Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27th and
SILVER Tent No 1. Maccabees of the
World; meet second and fourth fr'rl
day nights at 8 o'clock p. in. al
Woodmen hall. All visiting Sii
Knights cordially Invited E A. Sle
phenson, Commander Paul M. Lee
Order of Owls Ogden Nest No
1218, Order of Owls, meets every
Friday evening in their own hall (tho
old Elk club rooms) at s o'clock
Visiting Brother Owl are iuvited to
atteuu the nest meetings i-red Cal
llhan. President. J L'lner, bocreUry,
41j Washington avenue.
SEGO Lily Circle No. 171 meets every
Second and fourth Thursday nights
at 8 p m., In 1. O. O. Pal hall Visit
ing neighbors cordially invited. 1 ran
CSS Loppock, 857 27th St. Kate Hey
man i lerk, Bell phone 1 2 17-J.
Woodmen of the World Weber
Camp No 74. meets In the V. O. W
hall, Fraternity block, 2320 Washing
ton avenue, every Thursday evening
at 8 o clock Visiting Woodmen cor
ulally in ned to attend.
C E I ANSKE, C. C
E AUTH, Clerk.
Modern Woodmen 01 America Utah
camp No. 3L90 meets tvery first and
third Tuesday evenings at 8 o'clock at
K. of P. hall. Twenty fourth st. and
Washington ave. Visitirvg members
invited. W H. Draney, Consul. J.
M. Shafer. Clerk.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen-UgiK-u
Homestead, No. 15u5, meets on
tirst and third Thursday evenings 111
new 1 O. O F. hall, Fraternity build
ing. Washington avenue Visiting
Archers are cordiallj Invited to meet
with us Addle L. William, Foic
: man, 180 Twenty-tirst itreci. J A
Juuk, Correspondent, 8202 Washing
Fraternal Order of Eagles ugdeu
Aerie No. US, F. O. E., meets eeiy
Wednesday evening at Eagles hall,
iludsou ave., at 8 o clock. Visiting
brother Eagles ar iuvited to attenu
the aerio lueotlngs. Llub rooms open
at 11 a. "J. J W. Griffin, W. Presi
dent. E. it Qeiger, secretary Dr. C.
L. vsardifcifcb, Aerie Physician.
uRDH OF RAfLWA CuNDUCT-ORo-
V isatcb DMsiuu No 124, O It.
0 nuets second and fourtn Friday
at .' 3u n 111 . in K of P Hall, corner
Wellington nvenue and 1 v.vw;
fo' rth Street All brothers art- cor
di .lly invited to attend C. H iVar
s G C u E Boyle. S. and T.
speed, hence In reporting to me ot
1 ers Mr Myers was unable lo give
any accurate description. The inlant
va only bruised and Mr Myer es
cnjied serious injuries. Mrs Myers
Injuries are serious but not neces
FINDS BEET CROP HEAVY
Logan. Sept. 21. Manager Joseph
(.,'u.i ney. Jr. of the Amalgamated Su
: company, after making tho rounds
Ol the beet' fields in this valley pre
dicts the greatest beet crop this fall
that has ever been harvested In ("ache
county The acreage Is larger I
Lhe yield promises to be much heav
ier Digging "ii commence Monday
rooming and it is the intention to
start both factories in this county
pot latnr than October 1.
Did on ever notice one peculiar
1 bine about the goods of a meal
Whai particular thing'.'"
"That hlB best sausage Is often ha
wurat." Baltimore American.
OGDEN BUSINESS I
Advertisements in this column
cost 75c per line per month, pay- I
able in advance.
DONE m all lengths. 2G68 Cole's
Court, rear 240 26th St Tel. 1180-M.
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY. (over Nye's
Clothing 8tore. 2411 Wash. Ave-
E. T. HT'LANISKI. First National
Bank Bldg, 12-11-tt 1
BILLIARDS AND POOL
BAKER'S Billinrd room, 2452 Grunt
Ave NOT THE BIGGEST BUT THE
BEST We have the coziest cozy Bil
liard Room In Ogdfen, and all standard
hlRh grade; no cheap; four slate ta
bles at Baker's.
J WILSON' Book and loose leaf de
vice manufacturer Upstairs. 2465
Wash Avo. Phono 850 12-30-lmo
F .J FREENOR, D. C.
No drugs, surgery or osteopahy; try J
I cniropractlc (spinal adjustments.)
Rcom 14 Commercial Nat'l Banl;
j Bldg. Phone 311. 6-7-tf
! CARPET CLEANING
' K VAX KA1MPEN Phone 833 for up
holftering, mattress making, re
i stretching of bed springs
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
' C STUART, estimates free. Don I
miss nlm. 2952 Wall, phone 373-R.
HATS cleaned, blocked and retrlm
med Ogden Hat Works. 221 1-2
25th 3t 6-13-tf
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of Junk, phono us up. We
1 will call for it. Tel 210.
LANDSCAPE GARDENING 10PT. ..
LET us design your home grounds.
We also plant according to your
plans William Thomas St.illwell, 14u
2Sth St. Phone ' 93 - M -4-lmo
PAINTING, paperhanglng and tinting.
J Oen Hartnog. Phoue 671-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR A. FERN LUND, Physician and
j Surgeon. Otflce hours 11 to 4 p. in.
' New Peery Bldg., Hudson Ave. Phone
1 1900-W. Residence pnoue 2U9-W. 64t
Washington avenue. 6-ll-i
C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty-fifth St.
CHAW SHAW STLDIO
219 25th Street,
pine Art Photography.
Come and hae a niiing, I 7I
WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good
jvork. i;4uj v ain. Ave. Phone 8ou. '
12 3U lmu
JTOl R garbage hauled regular. San
uao can luruisutd tree. Sanitary
; Ghi u.-gt. CO. Phone 020. ,
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co.,
7i UianL iiell puune 'IUS-W.
' new AND SECOND HAND lurniture,
clothing and bUoes, bougnt, bold or
exchanged, also trunas and suitcases
eheap. A Siuer, Pnouu 1321. 179 1J
Tweniy-iiXth at. b-13-lyr
GALLfACTltiK repairs trunks. 360
25lh SL 6-26-lmo
ONE DOLLAR per day, dells ered and
tailed lor Electric Service Co ,
Phoue S8. Up 24th Sr..
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
terial Jiid building sidewalks In Side
walk District $o. 122. being both
sides of Chester street from Wash
ington syenue east to Jefferson ave
nue, also both side of Capitol avenue
from Harrison lo Van Buren avenues,
under plaus and specifications pre
pared by the City Engineer and ap
proved by the Board of Commisslon-
l ers, will le received at. the office of
the City Engineer, In the City Hall.
Ogden, Utah, until 10 o'clock a. m ,
nn iii,-' :iuh d'a of S.-ptember.
At which time all proposals receiv
ed will be publicly opened and read
aloud Plans and specifications can
be obtained upon application at tho
office ol the City Engineer, after Sep-
I tember 23 1913 ij i
The riuht is reserved to reject any
or all bld6 and to waive am defects.
B order of the Board of Commission- I
efB H J CRAVEN City Engineer J
Plrsl publication September 6. 1913.
Last publication September 29, 1913.
1 i L
5 Room modern press ,
brick, close in, $1675 j
on small monthly pay
ments See j
CARL RASMUSSON f
Phone 115 - 350 - 24th j 1