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j " THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAHSATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1913. 3 V
Want advertisements coat on cent
per word each lsoe, or 5 cents per
line of five words per day, no first
Insertion leas than 25 cents, or two
more lines per week at the rate of
26 cents per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
five average words make a line. All
advertisements on this page must be
paid In advance. No exception to this
laity WANTED FEMALE HELP.
GOOD srirl wanted at once for cook
C jL ing at 2555 Jefferson. 9-27-1 WX
CJ GREGG Shorthand can be learned at
th Central Business College In
three to five months Let us save
you time and money Easy to learn
easy to write, and easy to read. Oppo
I site P O. Phone 764. 9-4-lwk
WANTED Lady representatives;
whole or part time; our famous
'fy ' Knlttop ' form fitting PettiCit'.tB as
sure good Immediate, permanent in
come; sells on sight; experience un
necessary; prompt, reply secures BX-OMg-
elusive territory No "dealer' omp
CtjgU tition Spelman & Co.. Chicago.
H I ' "
jSS I FEMALE housekeeper Phone 1028
jpLj! Grant. Ground floor 9-25-tf
WANTED 6 lady demonstrators.
0?; 2448 Wash. Upstairs 9-19-lmo
f? IV ANTED a girl at The- Virginia.
jL' GIRL for housework. Inquire 90S 24th
St Phone SC4-W. 9-11-tf
ic- WANTED MALE HELP.
aJU WANTED A deliver) boy with bicj
cle Clarks 9-25tf
l'm I OUN'G man about 16 years with
parents who has barn and who will
care for team Steady job Appl at
fc" 2S1 24th St 9-2S-2t
J l x PERIENCED collectoi with wheel
wanted. The National Outfitting
Co. 245 Washington Ave 9-23-tf
YOUNG man with some experience
of store work. 2363 Washington
Al once. strong able-bodied men
lot work as laborers ou steel tow
5 er liansmission Ihk iq Utah and
Idaho. Clean, sanitary camps, good
y food. $2.00 per day and board Ap-
ply Phoenix Construction company i
Firs' National Bank Bldg . Brigham
I Citv, Utah. 9-lL2wks
WANTED A good canvasser to sell
real oil paintings, made by hand:
good commission. Address Oil Paint
ings, care the Ogdeu Standard, good
references required. 7-11 1;
TO FIRE a heating plant. Good refer
enees furnished. E. G Neighbors,
care city hall 9 27-lwk
HONEST young man. single. Strong
and willing to work, wants position
as driver for wholesale or re;ai! store,
can drive auto or horses Address ltJ'i
25th St. Phone No. 616A Call
Room 23. 9-23-1 wk
DRESSMAKING 2812 Lincoln Phone
1285 J 9-22-lmo
DRESSMAKING, plain sewing 427
24th St. 9-20-lwh
WANTED By reliable woman wash
ing to do at home for private homes
If or school teachers. Phone 2125-M
2 8-30 iwh
QUIET, respectable home for con
finement and non-contagious sick
cases. Mrs. Dalton, 473 31st St
Phone 1221-W. 8-21-lmo
WANTED An energetic agent to
i carry our new line of calendars, nov
elties and fans In this territory the
coming year. Lino ready January 1
No previous experience required. Lib
t eral commissions Exclusive territory
i aslgned. We are a responsible con
ffc-Vn and f yen have any selling abil
Ity and are a sticker it will pay you
to write Sales Manager, Kalamazoo
Advertising Co. Kalamazoo, Mich.
WE will pay you $120.00 to distribute
4 religious literature In your com
munity Sixty days work. Experi
ence not required. Man or woman j
Opportunity for promotion Spar,
time may be used International Bi
j ble Press, 1012 Arcb St., Philadelphia.
ACTIVE, ambitious men to sell ex
ceptionally high class groceries di
rect to consumers Liberal adance-;
on orders, our bonus system big fi
Jure; permanent position , best sea
eon at hand. Write the big house to
day for particulars, naming county de
sired JOHN SEXTON & CO., Chlca
go. 111.. Importers. Manufacturers
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS
STORE for rent 820 24th SI Tel. 609
STORE room 2464 Grant, reasonable
Inquire A- G. Fell, Mayor's office.
STORE room 2238 Washington; 2
story, lull basement, 100 feet deep.
Rent reasonable Inquire A. G. Fell.
20 HORSES for pasturage Inquire
A Jackson, phone 328-J. 9-6-lmo
WANTED Clean, wmce old rags. At
the Standard office. Phono GG. 360
f 24th it.
"A caret man ought to have a great
Lj, advantage over the paperhanger if
both belonc to the same rlub "
"Because the paperhanger would
naturally go the wall when the other
fellow had the floor "
I FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND
NEW modern pressed brick bungalow,;
neatly furnished. 2.3rd and Madison
Skeen Realty Co., under First Nation
al Bank Phone 913. 9 25-lwk
ROOM with steam heat and bath for
gentleman, 2.60 per week; close in;
references. 2041 Adam Ave 9-4-lmo
FIVE room furnished; SIS. 962 Wash
ington. 9 26-3t
THREE furnished rooms for house
keeping. Tel. 1269-J. 2550 Quincy.
9-24 1 wk
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean,
comfortablo housekeeping rooms, $2
week up 536 31st St. 3-1,3-lyr
MODERN furnished house 2347
Madison. Phono 1955-R 9-20-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 2353 Moil
roe :i 4 I mO
; FOR housekeeping, gas, bath-also
sleeping room? 427 24th St
MODERN' furnished rcom with use or
parlor, $10, board if desired :!35
COKEY apa ritnentP. moaern and rea
conable 2566 Washington ave.
DOUBLE parlors, use of kitchen and
piano. 2353 Monroe. 91-1 mo
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 171 22nd St
FOUR-room furnished r.. rt men ;
ground floor; all modern. 64$ 24th.
FRONT bedroom, bulh. 315 27th St
FURNISHED flats. 2634 Gram We.
UNFURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS
SIX-ROOM brick bouse; lights, wa
ter, bath. 2346 Wall. 9 27 tf
FOUR-room house, 235(J Harrison
1 HKKK iront rooms, light and water.
$10. 263 21st Si Phone 2239-1
FIVE-room modern brick house. $25
per month 471 22nd St. 9-2u-tr
FIVE-room. modern house; includ
ing gas, 1569 24th. Inquire I i or -rocks
ONE five-room house, $10 per month;
one 7-room house, $12.50 per
month. Phone 612. 9-16-12wk
LIMIT room modern bri k house 2171
Reeves Ave.; rent $2u. phone 339
John J Greiner. 12S 25th St. 9-9-tf
FOUR-room, $12; 6-room $15; close
In; water, lights. 2155 Adams.
SEVEM-room onu. modern house,
basement. Apply 2026 Jefferson
Phone 2380 8-25-tf
4-KOOM flat, unfurnished Over Smith
Grocery, 26th and W ash. Phone 2S1
6 PER Cent loans on farms, orchard
lands, city resident or business
property to buy, build, improve, ex
tend or relund mortgages or other
securities, terms reasonable, special
prhileges correspondence invited
Department L, 618. Commonwealth
Bldg . Den er, Colo
WE have for sale a well-located
general repair shop doing a busi
ness of $400 to $500 per month. Rent
ond operating expense very light,
pood permanent business established,
lull outfit of machinery and tools.
Here is an opening for some live
person. Must be taken up quick.
Don't telephone. Bee us. Mathews
Ucl ulloch Co. Under First Nat l
. , I
MEISELBACHS Private Business
College, 2656 Adams, is personully
conducted b an experienced Mer
chant and competent teacher Enroll
for the new course. 8-22-lmo
PUPILS In private home, for further!
information call phone 1556 9-5-3t !
BOARD AND ROOM.
ROOM and board In private famllv
2648 childs avenue 9-26-1 wK
ROOM and board. 759 23rd St. Phone
441 W- 9 24 lwk
NEWLY opened boarding house; largo
front rooms Bath Home cook
ing. 447 21et Street. 9.24 lwk
MELROSE first-class board; large
Fleam heated rooms, very reason
able Phone 1613-R. 9-18-lmo
Fl RNISHED room suitable for gen
tleman with or without board, 526 1
25th street. 9-17-lwk
ELECTRO PORCH LAM PS
AID STREET LIGHTING
Consumers of electric energy in res
idences need to be taught the benefits!
of the porch lamp in countless sases
where a few evenings trial would be
sufficient Co establish this useful ap
plication beyond recall. The improved
tungsten lamp has entirely changed
the porch -lighting situation as regards
cost and Quality cf service, and now
there Is little excuse for anv well
equipped homes being without one.
The ior.h lamp syhiyollses in twentieth-century
hospitality the old saying
thai "the latch string is out." it,
saves time and temper on dimly Il
luminated suburban streets In a way
that only the initiated appreciate, and
It adds so little to the individual hill j
that is within the means of every one!
who entertains on even a modest 1
At 10 cents per kilowatt hour such
a lamp can run practically all night 1
Ir'OK SALE MISCELLANEOUS
THIS year's Harley-Davidson motor
cycle for sale. Apply L M.. Stand
, ard office. 9-27-lWK
ONE fine thoroughbred O. I C. Pig.
excellent individual; come and see
State School for Deaf and Blind.
9-26 1 v. k
STUDEBAKER, 25, 1913 model, uer-d
four months, cheap for cash Phone
1335-W. 9 25-tt
THOROUGH bn-'d Holstoin Bull, 2
.wars old. ; 7 1 asliiDiton n enup
Phono 1393-M. B-25 1 ,vk
HOUSEHOLD furniture. Including pla
no and roll top desk; also house for
rent 2346 Wall 9-24 lwk
HOUSEHOLD Furnitur Inquire 520
22nd St n 24 lwk
INDIAN Motorcycle, first class condi
tion, cheap, if taken at once Phone
2365. 9 23-lwk
ELEVEN hundred pound horse for
delivery purposes. Apply ;'il 27th
St 9-23-1 wk
ALMOST nw .Jewel Gas range at
1948 Jackson; cheap if taken at
HOUSEHOLD furniture 0f R-room
house. 2525 Adams. Phone 1743
I PULLEYS, aHAr 1ING AND
Cheap for cash, owing ..0 n chanqoj
In our press room the following are
offered for sale Cau be seen at the
36 feet of 2 3-16 Steel shafting
with seven (7; 12 1-2 Inch drop Ljng
1 32-lnch 0 1-2 face wood l ulley
1 18-inch t 1-2 face wood puiley.
1 14-Inch C 1-2 face 6teel pulley.
1 15-luch 8 1-2 face stool pulley.
1 12-inch 6 1-2 lace steel pulley.
1 17-lnch 6 1-2 face steel pulley.
24-luch 6 1-2 face stet: pulley
These are all split pulley r, ;md can
be used upon any sizu shafting.
1 1. Inch, 4 inch face, wood pulley
1 U-iucb, 5 1-2 inch face, wood al
APPLES, 25 1 ents per bushel, if call
ed for. Phone 398-R. 9-4-tf
KINDLING wood. Ynrd on Hudson
Av., bet. 23rd and 24th Sib Phone
FULL Bzel ink tar:?ls. 51 00 apiece.
lnouire Evnug Standard, 36t' 24th
Si. Phone 06. i-18-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
SMALL amounts of money loaned U)
reliable people on short notice; call
1 Phone 1613 J. 9 24-1 wk
ANY amount on real estate Bichsel
Commercial Nat l Bank Bldg.
MONEY advanced salaried peopte on
easy payments; no security; also
loans on urnlture, pianos, etc. Drake,
jover Paine & Hurst.
ON farm or city property. Any amount
Purdy, 217i Washington. 6-11-tf
MONEY on first mortgage real es
late loans. Kelly & Herricn.
LOANS on imiroed fan . or city
property. HUNTER SL KENNEDY,
423 24th SL, opposite court house.
I MONEY to loan on city and farm
property. Anv amount, no delay
! Matbews-McCulloch Co.. under First
National Bank. Phone Jul Y.
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds. Jewelry, firearms, etc. Un-
cle Sam s Loan Office, established
1SS5, The Money Lenders ot Ugden
I 278 25th SL C. H Smith, Prop.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J J. Brummitt. 4 21 tf
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COM
PANY ANNUAL MEETING
New Ycrk, N. Y.. Aug. 27, 1913.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of Union Pacific Rallroau
company will bo held at its office at
Salt Lake City, Utah, on Tuesday.
October 14, 1913, at 12 oclock noon, j
for the purpose of electing fifteen dl
rectors of the Company, and of trans-'
acting such other business as may
legally come before the meeting.
For the purposes of the meetlug,
the books for the transfer of 6tock
(boih 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 Wed
nesday, October 15. 1913.
ALEX MILLAR, Secretary
Notice of Stockholders Meeting Un-
Ion Pacific Land Company
The annual meeting of the ttock
hold ers of the Union Pacific Land com
pany will be held at the office of thel
company, in Salt Lake City, Utah, on
Tuesday, October 14, 1913, at 11
o'clock, a. m , for the election of Blx
(6) directors of the company, and
tor the transaction of such other1
bu?inePH as may legally come before!
The books for the transfer of stock I
will be closed for the purposes of the.
meeting at the closr- of business Sal
lirday, September 27th, 1913. and will
be reopened on Wednesday, October
15th, at 10 o'clock a. m.
ALEX, MILLAR. Secretary.
FARM TO TRADE
FARM near town for house cl03e In I
C. D. IVES. 380 25th St. MS-lyr j
LISTEN iitre ! Madam Yogis, (be
greatest farseer, aslrologist. palm
,ind card reader. (.'all and In
Inced she Is the best. 132 12 25th
st Newdalc rooms.
for 1 cent, "n screened-ln or second
story Krche.s where reading g a fea.
ture of the household lire the COst is
also lower where higher-pew ,.r, ,,j
lamj are used, for several hoirs aa
evening. The supplementary effect j
on street lighting where lamps are
few and for between or where foli
age is dense is admirable. EW-t rleal
LET US SHOW YOU THE BEST
BUILT HOUSE IN OGDEN.
NEW modern ". room brick bungalow
all Interior carpenter work hand
done by owner himself Has cement
cellar. lar:e screen porch, built In
bi:ffct, and kitchen cabinet. Both ex
cellent pie es ol workmanship.
Price only $3200, Phone 913
SKEEN REALTY CO.
9 25 3t
A FARM THAT MUST BE SOLD.
Party Is leaving state. 40 acres of
good sandv loam, Just 214 miles from
ci nter ol Ogden. Hao S acres of
2-year old apple and peach orchards,
1 acr of dewberries. 3 acres of toma
toes, 7 acres of alfalfa; halance has
been in peas nnd potatoes this year;
will sell this farm for $5000, but must
be taken at once.
SKEEN REALTY CO,
I ) R SALE New four room framo,
bath, kitchen cabinet, large screen
ed porch, fine basement with cement
floor on good east front lot, one block
from carlinc. $2,000 on terms to re
liable person Might consider reot
1 nt,' subject tn sale, ?1 8.
Vlso three excellent lots, sewer
connection and sidewalks. $10 per
front foot the best buy In town. Call
1963 Monroe ave. Phone 2180J
THREE acres on 12th Btreet will
trade for city property. Apply to
owner Z. care Standard 9 26-lwk
A REAL SNAP.
5 room modern new cottage, close in;
915 23rd St . $2000 Owner, E. T.
Woollev. 625 South Second East, Salt
Lake City 9-24 t f
$475 will bu lot 40x132 to alle on
29th. one half block west of Wall
avenue, north side, car line, sidewalk;
if ou see It cu will buy It. Inquire
2250 Jackson. 9-25-1 wk
AN elegant lot, 171 feet deep, located
on Lincoln avenue. $10 per front
foot. $50 down. $10 pvr month J J.
Brummitt, Under Utah National Bank.
A home built to suit
you. Terms easy. Phone
1427. R. C. McBride.
SlX-room house with one-half acre
land, fruit and shade trees, located
on car line. $1500; terms to suit. J.
.1 Brummitt. Phone 59.
4 -ROOM house two lots near In
uustrlal school Fruit trees, chick
on coop and barn; half block from
car line. Phone 2024-M s-18-lwk
An elegant 5 room bungalow located
near Sacred Heart academy large
basement screr.ed porch and large
lot, for only 2700; $300 down, bal
ance same as paying rent; low rate of
interest J. J. Brummitt, Under Utah
THE best vineyard orchard or berry,
land in Weber county, under the
Weber and Davis canal on the Sand
Ridge, 3 miles from Ogden.
20 acres, partly in fruit, with two
room house; por acre $225
20 acres at,. $200 per acre
20 acres at 15o per acre
14 acre6 at 100 per acre
15 acres at. 125 per acre
1 acres at . 100 per acre
16 acres at. . 125 per acre
12 ares at 80 per acre
Ea8v terms Inquire of
HUNTER & KENNEDY.
42': 24th St , or
J K Parsons. Broom Hotel
9 10 lm:
A good 4 room cottape with city water
and electric light, well located, near
depot, only $1400, anv kind of terms.
J. J. BrummlM. Phone 59.
SNAP on good 20 acre farm, close
In; good house, barn, granery In
; quire 2774 Wash Ave 9-13-lmo
40 ACRES the best in Park -valley.
1 $15 per acre: 20 lots, Ogdn, $7
each 2054 Adams. 9-6-lmo
ONE of the greates: snaps in the city
an elegani 7-room modern bunga
low with large basemenr, screen
porch, large lot, well located on the
bench in good neighborhood ' This
proper! is well worth from four to
five thousand dollars, for only $3000
500 down, balance same as paying
rent; low rate ol int. rest. J, J. Brum
I mitt, Under Utah National Bank
5-ROOM modern bungalow, lot 60x
165; good lawn and shade, on car
lino close to buBlnes center An ele
n t house in the best location in
j Ogden Good terms price $4500 00
Mathews-McCullocb. Co., undor First
: National Bank. 9-3-tf
STORE Fine cement baiement; new
stock, delivery outfit; cheap. Phone
ONE of the finest lots on the bench
176 feet deep to twenty toot alley,
located near Farr school building.
?1 no, $10 down. $5 per month. J. J.
Brummitt, Phone 59.
FARM FOR SALE
PIVE-acre farm with 5-rooui bouse.
$2650; one 1 1-4 acre pIac. with large
house, city ' ar line, nortn. $2100. Jl.
M. Barrows Co., 2464', Washington
avenue 9 22 3 1
200 LOIS, well located on the bench. I
those are all nice sightly lots
These lots are a great snap at $25
per lot. auy kind of terms, low rate
of interest. J. J Brummitt, phone 59.
A modern 5 room cottage with trees,
lawn, everything In good shape, lo
cated near the depot, for only $2300;
200 down, balance same an paying
rent. J. J Brummitt. Phone 59.
N elegant lot, 50x115 feet, within 2
blocks of Utah National bank, only
$1'00 any kind of terms, low rate
of " interest. J- J Brummitt. Under
Utah National Bank
I HOUSE for sale. Inquire 2353 Mon- ,
! roe- 9-4-lmo I
Classified advertisements on ThTs I
page cost one cent per word, each In- I
scrtlon. But no first insertion can
I be less tnan 25 cents. Or vou can!
run tbo classified advertisement fori
I 25 cents per line per week, but no
weekly advertisement can be less than '
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
terial and building sidewalks In Side
walk Dlfctrict No. 123. being both
aides of Ogden aenue between 7t'i
and 8th Btreets for a distance of 396
feel ; and on Second street west from
Washington avenue beginning at. the
point on the south Bide of Second
street, 344.4 feet west of Washington
avenue, thence east to Washington
avenue and on the north side or th
street from Washington to Wall ave
nuo. under plans and specifications
prepared by the City Engineer and ap
proved by the Board of Commission
ers, will be received at the office of
the Ciy Engineer, In the City Hall.
Ogden City. Utah, until 10 o'clock a
m , on the 15th day of October, 1913,
at which time all proposals received
will be publicly opened and read
Plans and specifications can be ob
tained upon application at ;he office
of the City Engineer, after October
8. 1913. The right ls reserved to re4
ject any or all blda and to waive any
defects. By order or the Board of
H. J. CRAVEN. City Engineer
First publication, September 22, 1913
Last publication October 14, 1913
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
Sealed proposals will be received
at the office of the City Knglneer. in
tbo City Hall, Ogden City, Utah, up to
and including Wednesday. October 15.
1913, at 10 o'clock a m.. at which time
said bids will be publicly opened and
read aloud, for furnishing materials
and doing the work of paving with 7
Inches of concrete together with all
necessary excavating and grading
therefor, of Lincoln avenue from the
south side of 26th street to the north
side of 30th street
To be hereafter known as paving
district No. 109. All work to oe done
under plans and specifications pie
pared by the City Engineer and ai
proved by the Board of Commission
ers Plans, specifications and full in
formation ran be had upon application
to the City Engineer after October 8
The right Is resened to reject any
or all bids and to waive any defect3
By order of the Board of Commission
H. J CRAVEN. City Engineer.
First publication, September 22. litl'J
Last publication October 14. 1913
Will Pay City Warrants.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned Treasurer of Ogden City,
will, at his office, on and after this
date, pay City Warrants bearing Reg
istry Numbers 22937 to 23X39 all in
elusive, and further that all such war
ranis not presented to 111c for pay
ment will cease to draw interest af
ter September 29, 1913
Dated at Ogden Utah, Sept 27; 1913.
Ccnu!t County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signers for Further
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District, Within aud for We
ber County, State of Utah.
In the matter of the estate of
Luella C Child, Deceased
Creditors will present their claims,
together with vouchers to the under
signed administrator, at the office of
W R Skeen, First National Bank
Bldg.. Ogden. Utah, on or before the
10th day of January 1914.
WARREN G. CHILD,
W R. Skeen. Attorney for Admin
istrator. Dated this 5th day of September,!
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
Pingree Townsite company, a cor
poration, with its principal place of
business at Ogden City, Weber
County, l 'ah
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
at a meeting of the Directors of said
Company, held on the 17th day of
September, 1913, an assessment (No.
j of fifteen cents per share was
lewed on the capital stock of the
corporation payable Immediately to
James V Burton, Treasurer of the
Corporation, at the First National
Bank of Ogden. comer of Washing
ton Avenue and Twenty-fourth
Sireet, Ogden City, Utah Any stock
upor. which this assessment ma re
main unpaid on the 25th day of Oc
(ob'T. 1913. will be delinquent and
advertised for sale, at public auction,
ann, unless payment is ruud before
will be sold on the 8th day of Novem
ber, 1913. at the office of said Com
pany, at said First National Bank, to
pay the delinquent assessment, to
gether with the costs of advertising
and expense of sale.
JAMES F BURTON. Secretary
Pingree Townsite Co.. Ogden. Utah
My heart leaps Ufcp when behold
A rainbow -colored tie;
Bur when upon my vision glares
One of those new cerise aff;il ri,
My heart lies down to dies.
Brlggs Thank goodness the opera
Brlggs Thank goodness the opra
season will soon Ke open'
Griggs- Didnt know you ever at
tended. Brlggs I don't, but my wife and
daughters, and that give me a chance
to slip out to the club for a quiet
Austria has 117 labor papers.
5 Room modern press
brick, close in, $1675
on small monthly pay
Phone 115 350-24th
INSTANT INFORMATION FOR BUSY fl
READERS OF THE PRESS II
Alphabetically arranged directory of business houses that fl
supply your wants. Hi
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter;
No. 4, O. E S , regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave.
between 25th and 2fith sts.. the first i
and third Fridays of each month. So
Journlng members cordiallv invited to
attend. Fannie M Whlttemore. W.
M ; CalUe E. Cave, Secretary.
Unity Lodge No. 18. F. & A. M..
Masonic Temple. 2550 Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday 1
evening at 7-20 o'clock Members or1
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend S. W.
Wherr.. W. M. Felix T. Moore, Sec-!
Ladles of the Maccabees, Silver hive j
No 1, 7, O T M.. meets every fir3t
and third Thursday evenings at 8
o'clock and every second and fourth
Thursday 3ftemooi.3 at 2 30 o'clock.
In Eagles' hall. 2141 ITud?on ave. Vis
iting members cordially invited to at
tend Kathryn Eggleston, L. C. L,
Tennle Prout. R. K.
Queen City Rebekah Dodge No. 4,
I O. O. F.. meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall
Visiting members Invited. Nona Har
rington. N. G ; Emma Meld. Record- :
lng Secretary, 71S Twenty-third
WOMEN of Woodcraft Ogden Circle
No. 581. meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 oclock. New Woodmen
Hall, Fraternitj Bldg Visiting neigh
bors inlted Dues can be paid to
Dr. Alice M. Ridge. M D.. 57-58 Lewis
block Eliza Bremer. G. N, 464 22nd!
St St Marie Crites. clerk, 2731 Mon-j
roe avenue. 9 10-tf I
Knight of Pythias Ogden lodge
No. 2, Knlghta of Pythia3. meets at
Catle hall. Utah National bank build
ing, every Monday evening. Ali K. of
P's ure requested to mee tvlth us.
W. H. Luddlngton. C. C; W O Kind.
M of E.; W. L. Underwood, K. of R.
LADIES of the Maccabees of the
World, Silver Hive No. 1, meets
every first and third Friday evenings!
at S oclock; and every second and I
fourth Friday afternoons at 2.30
oclock, in Woodmen Hall Fraternity
Block. Visiting members cordially in
vited to attend
KATHRYN EGGDESTON L. C.
L. JENNIE PROUT. R K.
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every second and fourth Monday
nights of each months at 8 p m , at
the new Odd Fellows hall. Fraternity
building. Visiting neighbors invited.
Dues can be paid to Mrs Anna Ries- '
Finley, M. D., room 21 Lewis block
India Sawyer, Oracle, 24o3 Harrison.
Lillian New ton, Kecorder, 27lh and l
SILVER Tent No. I, Maccabees of the
World; meet second and fourth Fri
day nights at H o'clock p. m. at
Woodmen hall. All visaing Sir
Knlghta cordially invited E A Ste
phenson, ComnianUer Paul M. Lee,
Order of Owis Ogden Nest No
121S, Order of Owls, meets even
Friday evening in their own hall (the
old Elk club rooms) at 8 o'clock
Visiting Brother Owls are invited to
attenu the nest meetings. ! reu Cal
lihan. President; J. Oliver, Secretary,
41t Washington avenue.
SEGO Lily Circle No 174 meets every
secoud and lourtb Thursday nights
at 8 p m . In 1 O O Fal hall Visit
ing neighbors cordially invited Fran
ce& Coppock. 57 J7th St Kate Hey
man, Lierk, Bell phone 1247-J
Woodmen of the World c ber
Camp No 74, meets in the O. W
hall, Fraternitj block, 2320 Washing
ton avenue, every Thursday evening
at S o'clock. isiting Woodmen cor
dially invited to attend.
C. E ( ANSKE. C. C
E. AUTH, Clerk.
Modern Woodmen ot America Utah
camp No. 3990 meets every first and j
ihlrd Tuesda evenings at 3 o clock at
K. of P. hall, Twenty-fourth St. and
Washington ave. Visiting menibcis
invited W U Drauey, Consul. J
M. Shafei. Clerk
Brotherhood of American Yeonien
Ogdeu Homestead, No. 16u5, meets on
tirst and third Thursday evening in
new 1 O. O. F. hall, Fraternity build
ing. Washington avenue Visiting
Archers aro cordially Invited to meet
with us. Addle L. Williams, Fore
man. 18o Tweuty-tirst street, J. A.
Junk, Correspondent, 320 Washing
Fraternal Order of Eagles vjgden
Atno Nu. lib. b O. E., meets eer
WedneaJay evening at Eagles hall,'
Hudson ave., at b o'clock. Visiting i
brother Eagiea are invited to attenu '
tbo aerie meetings Club rooms open I
at 11 a. m. J. W. Grixfin. W. Presi
deut. C K. Geiger. secretary Dr. C
L. Wardlelyh. Aerie Physician.
URO.K OF RAILWAY CONDUCT
ORS W isatch Division No 124, o. It
L.. neets second and Jouriu tnday
at ! '-iv p m , in K. ol P. Hall, corner
W thiugiou avenue anu Twenty
io riu eireet All brothers arc cor
di lly invited to attend. C. H Pear
m a, L C U L. tioyie. S aud T.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
i Seaicu proposals lor uuiiaing sew
ers In Sewer District No. 120, being
Hudson avenue between 28th and 2'Jt:i
Streets, under plans and specifica
tions prepared by the City Knglneer
and approved by the Board of Com
misslouerfi, will be received at the of
flee of the City Engineer In the Lily
Hail at Ogden City, Utah until iu
o'clock a ni . oil the 2'Uh day of Oc
tober. L913, at which time all pro
pu.sais received will be publicly
opened aud road aloud
Plans and Specifications" can be ob
tained upon application at the off It
of the City Engineer after October
1J. 1912. The right is reserved ini
reject any or all bid and to waive
any defects. By order of the Board
H. J CRAVEN. City Engineer
Fir6t publication. September 26, 191.T I
Laul pub'katlon October 18 191U. 1
Advertisements in this column
cost 75c per line per month pay- jM
able in advance.
ACCORDION PLAITING H
DONE m all lengths. 2568 Cote's IgB
Court, rear 240 2Cth St. Tel. 11S0-M.
E. T HTJLAN1SKJ, First National li
Bank Bldg. 12-11-tt !gfH
ATTORNEYS i H
LAWYER O CONNOLLY, over Cora- 'M
merclal itional Bank Blldg . 369
24th St Phone 111 :IM
BILLIARDS AND POOL H
BAKER'S Bllliord room. 2452 Grant laLl
Ave. NOT THE BIGGEST BUT THE 'M
BEST. We have the coziest cozy Bll- igaa
Hard Room in Ogden. and all standard
high grade; no cheap; four slate ta gga
ties at Baker's. jH
J. WILSON Book and loose leaf de- ggS
vice manufacturer Upstairs. 2463 fH
Wash. Ave. Phone 850. 12-30 Imo gfga
F J FREENOR, D. C. fl
Graduate Chiropractor. ggga
No drugs, surgery or osteopahy; try M
chiropractic (spinal adjustments.) H
Room 14 Commercial Nat'l Bank iga
Bldg. Phone 311. 6-7-tf
CARPET CLEANING ;H
K VAN K AM PEN Phone 833 for up- H
holsterlng. mattress making, re
stretching of bed springs.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER H
C. STUART, estimates free. Don't HH
miss mm. 2952 Wall, phone 37U-R. tflfl
HATS CLEANED H
HATS cleaned, blocked and retrlm. gffsf
med. Ogden Hat Works 221 1-2 Wta
SL ' 6.13tt
I JUNK m
; OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have BS
any kind of junk, phone us up. We B!
will call for it. Tel. 210. Tt
LANDSCAPE GARDENING K
I LANDSCAPE GARDENING 10PT . fP
LET us design your home grounds. floS
1 We also plant according to your W
plans. Ulliam Thomas Stillwell, 140
i 28th St. Phone "93-M. 9-4-lmo BBB
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING H
PAINTING, paperbangiLg and tinting. Bw
J. Den Hartnog Phoue 571-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON K
OR. A. FERNLUND, Physician aud f&lj
Surgeon. Oflice hours 11 to 4 p. m. flsS
New Peery Bldg. Hudson Ave. Pnon
j 19UU-W. KeBldeu.i: pUouo 2U'y-W. 615
Wail)ingtou au'iiue. t-H-ii ii
NOTARY PUBLIC fifc
C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty-fifth St.
PHOTOGRAPHY . J fe
CRAWSHAW STUDIO jpgjL
2PJ 26th Street. nf'
Fine Art Photography. jgfigfe;
Come and have a bitting. iffiK&l
printing : Wjm
! WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good Spgi
Aurk. 4ti6 WSStt. Ave. Pnonc SaU. . gga
SANITARY WORK 1
YOUR garbage hauled regular. San- caHl
itary can iurnished irnu. Sauiury fl&r!
Garb-go Co Pnoue 020. J !
CITY SCAVENGER, Mccarty & Co, M
272 Urant. Bell phouo 3fUl&-W. ig
SECOND-HAND GOODS jSJfc
NEW AND SECOND HAND f ami ture.
clothing und snots, bougtit, sold or Vjsf?
eAcbangt-a, also truuiis aud suitcases
cneap. A Siuer, Pnoue 1J21. 17'J 1-.'
'i'wenty-llfth &t. 6-lSlyr W.-fjt
GALLACHEK reuans trunks. 350
25th SL G-25-lmo. tggfl
VACUUM CLEANERS H
uNE DOLLAR per day. delivered and I
culled for. Electric Service Co,
I'boue 88. Up 21th St. r .V
I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS M
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma- pC;
tcrial ana building sidewalks iu Side
I walk District No. 122, being both
I sides of Chester street irom Waah- 4gl,'-K
Inglon avenue ea?t to .letrerson ave- fj 1
! nuc, also both side;-; of Capitol avenue ggavt'''
I lrom Hr.rrlaon to 'an Buit-u avenues, '!Vv
j uutler plans and specifications pre-
pared by the City Engineer and ap- h V?
proved by the Board of CommisSlou
ers, will be received at the office of F'J'i'h
the City Engineer, in the City Hall, 4ggT4:l
Ogden. Utah, until 10 o'clock a. m.,
on the Uuth da of September. cr-
At which time nil proposals receiv- .fPj
ed will be publiclj opened and read v ' 1
aloud Plans und specifications can
I be obtained upon application at the '
'oflice ol th- Cltj Engineer, after Sep- jkJ'
tember 23 1913 .'-"J
The right is reserved to reject any fH
or all bids and to waive any defects. j I
B order of the Board ol Commissiou- 'i'w'Mdr'
eis. S tMJl
H I CRAVEN, City Knineer
First publication September i; ;nr; P lHn
Last publication September M, 1913. T gLLgfl
FRENCH MINISTER DEAD. KM,; .'J
Llmoux. France, Sept. 27. Depu'y M
Henri Charles Btienne Dujardin-Bean- Ss.$;j
met., miulstor of arts in the French fgHBBBBal
ablnet, died here today at iue age cf 'tB$tii
English railroad employes' union iafS
have at total membership exceeding HEv -
200,000. 'BR?' I