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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1913. 3 ill
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WANTED FEMALE HELP
GIRL or woman to cook In private
family, J40 per month to right par
ty. 533 26th. 11-6 tf
(CHAMBER maid at the Virginia
I GOOD girl for general housework
2659 Washington. Call after 6 p.
GIRL wanted for housework 3060
CENTRAL Business college. Gregg
shorthand, touch typewriting, book
keeping and day and night clauses
Opposite P. O Tel 764.
WANTED MALE HELP
I. FIRST class candvmaker. good wa
ges: steady job. Green well. TiH
It I 25tli St. 11-6-tl
1 I JANITOR wanted for church Phono
i FIRST-class met3l worker. A D car"
I I Standard 11-4-tf
n I -
TRAINED Solicit" Apply v eber
V I .Uadem.v l'
J J SITUATIONS WANTED
BY experienced bookkeeper Phone
246-M 11 7 lwk
a I OFFICE cleaning In reliable woman
fi Phone 2034. 1" 27-lwk
M RStNG. confinement rass a sp
3 U clalty Phone 1645 M 11-5-lwk
t I HOUSEKEEPING and practical dura
ing Address 2113 Reeves Ae.
11-6 3 k
1 I .
t- I WANTED Home washing and iron
Inc Inquire X, care Standard
POSITION by reliable girl in office
Inot stenographer. Address K B. carv
Standard. 10 4 lwk
DRESSMAKING and sewing. 197'i
Jackfon avenue. Phone 2456-J
BY experienced stenographer; firm
prelerred Address C, care Stand
ard. 11 3 lwk
HOL'SE work by th da Inquire
2619 Grant Ave Phono 2040-J.
J ' 1 1-3-1 wk
- DRESSMAKING. 2fcl2 Lincoln, Phone
, WE have for sale a well-located
general repair shop doing a busi
ness of $400 to 5500 per month. Rent
and operating expense very light;
good permanent business established,
full outfit of machinery and tools
Here is an opening for some live
person. Must be taken up quick.
Don't telephone See us Mathews
McCulloch Co, Under First Nat'l
TO buy white Holland turkev hens.
Phone 1839 11 7-3t
ROUGH DRY washing, Phone 2034.
WANTED Clean, wmte old raga, at
the Standard office. Phono 56. 360
STORE for rent 620 24th St. Tel 609.
STORE room 2464 Grant, reasonable
" ' 2 Inquire A. G. Fell, Mayor's office
STORE room 223 Washington; 2
story, full basement, 100 feet deep
Rent reasonable. Inquire A. G. Fell,
FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND
KICJELY turniahed 5 and 3-room
ppW apartmemt6, ideal location; strict-
. ly modern; no children. 2341 Adams
avenue. 1 1-6-1 wk
ROOM With steam heat, nath, for
gentleman, 2.60 per week. Close
.. In, references. 2341 Adams avenue.
' i 10 22-lrao
M FIVE-room modern. 3 blocks from
Reed hotel Purdy, 2478 Washing
ton. Phone 485-J 11-5-lwk
THREE-room furnished flat, modern,
first class. 2614 Lincoln. 11 3-lwk
THREE furnisbed light housekeeping
rooms. Call 233S Wall 11-3 tf
FURNISHED house, also furnished
apts. Corwy, 2566 Wash. Ave.
SIX-room cottage, modern, nicely fur-
1 nlshed, $25, close in. 2165 Adams
: 11-4-1 k
THREE furniahed housekeeping
l rooms, call evonlngs or Sunday?
ll 2846 Hudson avenue 11-4-1 wk
a Ij 8 ROOMS, lights, water, inside, $9 00.
I II Can partly furnish. 2165 Adams
IW 1 11-1-lwk
I I Ai COREY apartments, modern and rea
jV ,Qnable' 2566 Wash Ave'
FIVE-room modern houso; furnished,
$25 00. Inquire at 2980 Grant,
FURNISHED rooms, heat and bath.
443 Herrick Ace. Phone 1184-J.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 2353 Mon
roe Ave 10-36-1 mo
FOUR-room house, modern. 247 21gL
TRONT room, modern. 2731 Adam6.
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean,
comfortablo housekeeping rooma, $2
week up. 636 31at St 3-13-lyr
FURNISHED flata. 2934 Grant Are.
UNFURNISHED HOUSES. ROOMS
IN fine neighborhood 8-rocmi modem
house, porches and fireplaces In
quire 663 27th. ll-5-2wk
NEW 4 room modem bungalow 1636
SEVEN-room modem houie on 27th
street for rent Inqutre at 146 27th.
11- 4 lwk
TWO room house, $5 per month Phono
4-ROOM house. Inquire 162 W. 30th.
Phone 2107-R. 11-1-lwk
THREE moras, clothe? closet, pantry
water and lights. 2042 Ballantyria
avenue. 11-3-1 wk-
AFTER Nov lj a comfortablo three
room houso on bench. J12 50 per
month. Inquire Room 403, First Nat
FOR LEASE OR RENT
444 and 446 27th St . 6 flats, 19 rooms
Apply to 2t.34 Grant Ave 10-22 tf
FOLR-room modern Rear 315 27th,
no children. 10-13 tf
FIVE-ROOM modern. 2661 Van Bur
en Bichsel. Phone 86 10-16-tf
FIVE-room house, baru, 1 acre 1157
23rd St 10-6 lmo
L!IGHT-rcom modern brick house 2171
Reeves Ae . rent $20. pbone 33 i
John J. Grelner, 12S 25tb Si 9-9 tf
LAD S black fur neckpiece near Fie
Points Friday. October 31 Owner
have same by calling at Standard
Office and paying for ad. 11-3-lwk
(..KEEN cloth handbag. Cor Adams,
and 24th in front of Virginia, con-1
tainlng small black velvet purse in-1
side. Return Standard. 11 5. It
NAY blue corded suit; waa lost on
street or delivered to wrong ad
dress. Return to Last & Thomas Co.
LADY'S black muff; lost the 29th;
return to 2657 Lincoln Ave. Re
DR logs and branches free for the!
hauling. 2524 Monroe. 11-7 tf
T W'O-seated Overland auto, excellent
condition, to exchange for one-seat
ed Overland, Bulck or other car. 2337
Grant Phone 234. 11-5-1 ft k
SECOND-hand piano, easy payments;
good condition. 543 27th. 11-4-lwk I
FORD Runabout In first class condi
tion. For sale cheap Phone 186-W .
BARGAIN in relinquishment partly
improved with stock and impli
ments. 60 miles from Ogden. Trade
on city property or automobile. D,
care Standard ll-l-2t
BUFFET (reasonable) 2516 Orchard.
Phone 2297-W. 11-1-lwk
GOOD hot blast heater, almost new,
cheap. Phone 244 M. 11-1 lwk
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
AN automobile and a motorcycle. In
quire at 308 26lh St.
BIDS will be received at Abels Ab
stract office for a frame house and
fencing to be removed from premises.
al60 for 500 shares in Ogden Bench
Canal, right to reject bids reserved.
WE have received two car loads
of registered and good grade
Guernseys and Jorteya at cow mar
ket, 7th and Waah. 10-17-tf
2 CLARIONETS, cheap. 2874 Hud
CALL and see my fine line of vio
lins, bows and cases. Cash or pay
ments. Prices most reasonable Pan
tone, 2874 Hudson. Phone 1209.
BEAUTIFUL Mahogany piano will
sell cheap for cash; going away
2631 Grant. 10-4-lwk
THIS month's special. I will sell few
high grade standard makes, new
pianos for only $285, laid down.
Term6 510 down, and $5 a month; no
, Interest Can you beat If Pan
tone, 2874 Hudson. Phone 1209.
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
Ave., bet. 23rd and 24th Sts. Phone
FULL sized ink barrels Jl 00 apiece.
Inquire Evening Standard, $60 24th
Street Pbone 56. 1-18-tf
GOOD piano at bargain. 505 26th St.
Phono 2212-M 10-13-lwfc
$800 PLAYER piano; used only two
months, not a blemish on it Will
sell dirt cheap for cash. 2874 Hud
eon. Phone 1209.
FOR Sale at a bargain S-paaaenger
Stoddard Dayton automobile in first
class condition Grange Bro& . in
rear 2566 Washington. 10-Hi
MONEY TO LOAN
SIX per cent loans on farms, orchard
lands, city resident or business
property, to buy. build, improve, ex
tend or refund mortgnges or other se
curities , terms reasonable; Bpedal
privileges, correspondence invited
Dept L, 618 Commonwealth Bldg
Denver. Colo , or Dept. I, 749 Henrv
Bldg , Seattle. Wash. n-4 lwk
SMALL amounts of money loaned to
reliable people on short notice; call
Phone 1613-J. 9-24-lwk
MONEY advanced salaried people on
easy payments; no security; alpo
loans on furniture, pianos, etc Drake
over Paine & Hurst. tf
ANY amount on real estate Bichsel.
Commercial Nat 1 Bank Bldg. tf
ON farm or city property. Anv amount
Purdy, 2178 Washington. 6-1141
LOANS on improved farm or city
property HUNTER & KENNEDY.
423 24th St., opposite court house tf
MONEY to loan on city and farm
property An amount, no delay
Matthew sMcCulloch Co, under First
National Bank. Phone 201 W.
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds, jewelry, firearms, etc ln
cle Sams Loan Office, established
1885 The Money Lenders of Ogden
278 25th St. C. H Smith. Prop
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity J J. Brummitt. 1-27-tf
MONEY on first mortgage real os
tate loans. Kelly & Herrick. 3 15 tf
A GOOP farm of forty acres, close to
R. R Station All under canal Only
$14iiii. Easv terms Hunter & Ken
nedy. 11-6 tf
NICE four-room cottage. pantry,
closet, front and rear porch, large I
lot, good location, particulars to I
price and terms may be had calling j
ni my office, basement of Utah Nat'l '
Haul. Bldg, corner 24th and Wash i
This Is your opportunity ; don't let J
it pass; also have a few choice resi
dence lots in improved district In
rght location and at right price, P
will be to your Interest to call and
make further Inquiry Remember the !
place, under Utah Nat'l Bank Bldg. I
Phcne 199 and 662 -R W. J. Cntch- i
FOUR-room houso with pautry. clos
et, water, within four blocks Un
ion depot, only $1400; $100 down I
balance same as paying rent J. J.
Brummitt. under Utah Nat'l Bank
F'OR sale by owner New five room
house on the Bench, with large front
porch and large sleeping porch. Sams
as. paying rent. Phone 348 J. 20-23 it
AN elegant 5-room house with bath,
toilet, stationary laatory, all mod
ern conveniences, within four blocks
of Union depot, $230o $100 down,
balance same as paying rent. J. J.
Brummitt, phone 59.
FOR SALE By owner, new, strictly
modern bungalow ou Fowler ave
Large lot. Also other homes., fur
nished and unfurnished Address
2027 Adams. Phone 1677-R.
200 LOTS well located on the bench.
these are all nice 6ightly lots,
these are a great snap at 525 per lot,
any kind of terms, low rate of in
terest. J J. Brummitt, under Utah
AN ideal lot for a home on 13th St.,
near car line and school, 80x132,
large enough for a garden, an or
chard and to raise some chickens. It
solves the high cost of living. Plenty
of water, easy terms W. H. Voorhles
Phone 1312-R. 10-18-tf
LOT near Union depot, $10 per front
foot, $10 down. $10 per month J
J Brummitt, under Utah Nat'l bank.
WANT A BARGAIN?
HERE it is. 4-room, new, modern
bungalow, cement cellar, screened
perch Nicely located on bench Will
sell on monthly payments at a bar
gain. See E. W Cunnady, Room 11,
Commercial Nat'l Bank Bldg.
AN elegant lot on 23rd street. 60x135
feet to alley, $200 down, $10 per
month. J J. Brummitt, phone 59.
ELEGANT lot near the Farr school
for only 100; $10 dowu, $10 per
month J J Brummitt, phone 69.
FINE LOT 45X138 FEET
SELL OR TRADE
"ON the Bench," sldev, alk. hwht anl
taxes all paid, only $500; $150 cash,
balance $8 per month, or will trade
the $150 equity for chickens, or large
sorrel work horse. See H M Bar
rows C, 2464 1-2 Washington avenue
1 1-4-1 wk
NICELY furnished apartment house,
one block from Washington on
Bench, six apartments, all rented in
come. $85 per month; verms. Inquire
at 2630 Adams avenue or call Phone
ONE ACRE on 29th St.
Bench. Must be sold with
in next few days. Biggest
bargain in Ogden, at $600.00.
Under First National Bank.
A BRICK cottage, close In. in befit
residence district, reasonable, tenuf
to suit buyer Inquire 2030 Washing
ton Ave 1131 ni
COMFORTABLE home. 62'v 17th .St
Five-room house, fine cellar and
outbuildings: 48 feet front. IS rods
deep; good variety of fruit. Telephone
1231 W 11-3-lwk
Read the Classified Ads.
640 ACRES of good dry farm land
in Curle.v alley. Write for par
ticulars. O. M. Lloyd, Metropolis.
FARM FOR SALE
HOUSE for sale Inqulro 2353 Mon
FARM TO TRADE
FARM near town for house, close In.
C. D. IVES, 380 25th St. M5-lyr
PUPILS In private home; for further
information call phone 1556. 9-5-3t
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
terials and doing the work of bond
ing concrete curbs and gutters in
Curb and Gutter District No 110, be
ing on both sides of Wall Avenue
from 27th to 28th Streets; and both
sides of Hudson Avenue from 23rd to
24th Streets, where curbs and gut
ters are not now built, under plans
and specifications prepared by the
City Engineer and approved by the
City Board of Commissioners, will be
received at the office of the City
Engineer In the City Hall at Ogden
City, aforesaid, until 10 o'clock a m..
on the 2oth day of November, A D ,
1913, at which time all proposals re
cehed will be publicly opened and
Plans and specifications can be
obtained upon application at the of
fice of the City Engineer in the City
Hall after November 10. 1913.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids, and to waive an defects
B order of the Board of Commis
sioners H. J. CRAVEN, City Engineer
First publication, October 28. 1913.
Last publication November 19, 1913
In the D strict Court of Weber
County. State of Utah
Jennie Dowaliby, plaintiff v; Abra
ham Dowallby, defendant
The State of Utah to the Slid De
ft nbnnt .
You are hereby summoneJ to ap
pear within twenty diys after serv
ice of this Summons upon you, if
sprvpfl v. hln the County in wh'ch
this action i bro.irht otherwise,
v.iihin thirty days after service and
defend the above entitled action; and
in cae of your failure so to do
jmlcment will be rendered aEaiust
you according to the demand of the
complaint, which has been filed with
the Clerk of sal 1 Court
Th's action Is brought to recover
a judgment dissolving the marriage
contract heretofore rxitln between
you and the plaintiff.
HALVBRSON & PRATT.
P. O. Address No 509-511 F,nt
National Bank Building corner 24th
street and Washington avenue, Og
den City, Utah
Ccneu't County Clerk or the Respec
tive Slgner for Further
ESTATE OF PETER MINNOCH, JR,
Creditors will present their claims
with vouchers to the undersigned, at
the law offices of Richards & Willis.
Suite 41S In the First National bank
building, situated at the northeast cor
n?r of the Intersection of Washington
avenue and 24th street in Ogden City.
I iah, on or before the 10th day of
SRAH E. MINNOCH.
RICHARDS & WILLIS.
Attorneys for Administratrix
hate of first publication, October 10
Iatf of last publication, October 31,
DRAKE CONFIDENT OF VICTORY
Des Moines, la. Nov 7 The Drake
football squad of twenty-two pluers
in charge of Coaches Griffith and
Hobbs. left Des Moines last night tor
Columbia, Mo., where the team mi el
the University of Missouri Saturday
afternoon. Two of the regulars. Mc
Henry and Krull, were left behind
because of Injurle3, but the balam e
of the equad is in prime condition
for the game Drake team Is coufl
dent of lrtory and expects to spring
a surprise on the Tigers.
Mossourl To Play lowans.
Columbia, Mo.. No 7 The Uni
versity of Missouri football team was
given Its last scrimmage before the
game with the Drake eleven here Sat
urday. Kicking, forward passing and
breaking up shlit combinations were
emphasized in the practice drill this
afternoon. Guard Clay wa6 out for
the first time this week He will
start In Iha Drake game Zimmer
man, center. Is the only varsity play
er not in good condition It Is prob
able, however, he will play Saturday
against the loanf
Although the 'varsity played an ae
gressUe game against the "pcrubs"
there was much fujibltng by the regulars.
MANUFACTURE OF SULPHURIC.
NITRIC AND MIXED ACIDS
Washington D C . Nov 7. Final
statistics of the manufacture of sul
phuric, nitric and mixed acids In the
United States for 1909 are presented
In detail in a bulletin soon to be is
sued by Director Harris of the bu
renu of the census, department ot
commerce. It was prepared under
the supervision of M Sleuart,
chief statistician for manufacturers
Vlthough the statistics presented
pertain to establishments manufactur
ing sulphuric, nitric and mixed acids,
as chief products, additional statistics
are given showing the total produ.
lion of these acids by all establish
ments, including thosr- engaged prl
inarllv In the manufacture of fertll
uers and explosives and those refin
At the census of 19u'., 4j establish'
ment8 were reported as engaged pri
marily in the manufat tura of sulphur
ic, nitric, and mixed acids, these ea
i tabllshmeuts giving employment to
2."02 persons, of whom j52 ware v,,
earners, and paying out 51,494.894 in
wages. ' The value of their products
was 9,884,057 the cost of the materi
als used. $5. 385,828, and the value add
ed by manufacture. $4,498,229, the cost
of materials being eual i0 54 5 per
cent ot the value of products Tho
capital invested nmounted to $18,726
Nw Jersey was the leading state
in 1909 In average number of wage
arner6. value of products, and value
added by manufacture. Ln three of
I FRATERNAL !
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
N'o. 4, O. E S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave.
i between 25th and 2Cth sts.. the first
i and third Fridays of each month. So
i Journlng members cordially Invited to
attend Fannie M Whlttemore. W.
M.; Callle E. Cave, Secretary
Unity Lodge No. 18. F. & A. M.,
Maionlc Temple. 2550 Washington
, avenue Meetings every Wednesdav
' evening at 7 30 o'clock Members of
i sister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend S. W
Wherr,. W. M. Felix T Moore. Sec
retary. Queen City Rebekah Lodge No. 4
1 O. O. K., meets second and fourth
; Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall
I Visiting members invited. Nona Har
rington. N Q.; Emma Meld. Record
ing Secretary. 713 Twenty-third
WOMEN' of Woodcraft Ogdvn Circle
No. 581. meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock. New Woodmen
Hall. Fraternity Bldg. Visiting neigh
bors Invited. Dues can be paid to
Dr Alice M Ridge M D. K7-rS Lewis
block Elba Bremer. G. N.. 464 22nd
St. St. Marie Crites. clork, 2731 Mon
roo avenue. 910 tf
Knlgliti of Pythias Ogden lodge
No 2, Knighto of Pvthia.". meets at
Cattle hall. Utah National bank build
Ing, every Monrlav 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
LADIES of the Maccabees of the
World, Silver Hive No 1 meeti
i every first and third Friday evenlnga
j at 8 o clock; and every second and
fourth Friday afternoons at 2.30
o'clock, in Woodmen Hall Fraternity
Block. Visiting members cordially In
ylted to attend
KATHRYN EGOI.ESTON L. C.
L. JENNIE PROUT. R. EC
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every 6econd and fourth Monday
nights of each months at S p, m., ,at
the new Odd Fellows hall. Fraternity
building Visiting neighbors Invited.
Dues can be paid to Mrs. Anna Rles
I Finley, M. D, room 21 Lewis block
i India Sawyer, Oracle, 2403 Harrison
Lillitn Newton, Uecorder, 27th and
Order of Owls Ogden Nest No
1218, Order of Owls, nioets ever.
Friday evcniug in their own hall (the
old Elk ciuu rooms) at 8 o'clock
Vlsitint Brother Owls are invited to
jutuu in uesc meetings, t rea Lai
alian, President, J Ollvera Secretary,
-4i asinugion uveuue.
ottjU Lio. Circle No. 174 meets every
BLM.oua ana lourtu L'DUfSUay Uigurs
at a p. m., iu i. u O. bal bail. Viait
ug ucifcuoors coruiaio inyiieu. i ra.u
CCB ioppocK, 8oi -iin at rwaie aey
man, Uierk, Ben pnoue 124 -J
Woodmeu ol the Worlu Weber
Lamp No. 74, meets in tne s . u. w
hall, Iraternuy block, 2Jo Wasmng
' ton aeuue, eery 'fr.ursuay t-eniug
at 8 o'clock. Visiting Uuuouieu i.ui
alally muted to attend.
C E. CA-NiKJi, C. C.
E AUTH, Clerk.
Modern Woodmen oi America Utah
camp No. aa'Ju meets overy Ur&t and
toiiu 'i uesday e.fccungs at t o'ciock at
bL of P hail, Tv.cLu-louriu su ami
Washington ave. Vulting niumLiers
Invited. v . H. Draney, CouauL j.
M. tjnalcr. Clerk.
Brotherhood of American Veomen
Ofidtiu Huuiosledd, No. Iiu5, meeta on
tirsl and tnirU Tnurouu.) c euing m
new 1. U. J. V. hall, rraiemity uuild
ing, w'asnintiun avenue,. v'lsitin
Archers are cordially invited to lneei.
witn us. Adillo L Williams, Fore
man. 160 Twenty-am street, J. A.
Junk, Lorresponueut, 3202 U ashing -tun
Fraternal Order of Eagles vjgden
Atrie No. 116. F. O E, meets wvery
Wednesday evening at Eagles hall,
Hudson ave., at s o ciuck- Visiting
urother Eagics art invited to attend
the aerie meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. ni. J vv . Urltlin. W. Presi
dent. L. R. Oeiger. secretary. Ltr, C
E Waxuleigh. Aerie Physician,
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCT
ORS. Wasatch Division No. 124, O. R. C ,
meets second and tourth Friday at
2.3u P. m , ln Fraternity Block, Odd
Fallow Hall All brothers are cor
Llally invited to attend. L. H. Pear
son, C. C. D L Boyle, S. and T
9 SEL 1 1
Classified advertisements on this
pago cost one cent per word, each In
sertion But no first Insertion can
be less than 26 cents. Or you can
run the classliied advertisement for
25 cents per line per week, but no
weekly advertisement can bo less thao
the four remaining states for which
totals are presented, the niue of prod
ucts increased between 1904 and 19i9,
and in one (Ohio) it decreased. The
slates of Colorado. Illinois, Kansas.
Maryland, and New ork. also, were
large producers of sulphuric, nitric,
and mixed acids.
The average number of persona hi
gaged ln the manufacture of sulphur
i( nitric and mixed acids in 1909 wbb
2,582, of whom 2.252. or 7 2 per cent
Mars wage earners Of the total
numlx-r of persons enpaKod in the m
duatry, 547. or 98 6 per cent, were
males, and 35. or 14 per cent, fe
males. There were only three wage
earners under 16 years of age
SHIPOWNERS PREPARING FOR
OPENING OF PANAMA CANAL
fjoudon, Nov 7 British shipown
ers and merchants, iu every line of
produce nnd manufacture, have care
fully laid plans for any change that
will come over the trade of the world
a a result of the opening of the
All the big shippiiiK companies that
have Interests in the countries direct
ly benefited by the new waterway
have cither added to ihelr tonnage
or made preparations for doing so
and in every case it will be found
that the steamers built or building
are generally of the size considered
most suitable for the transit of the
canal Coaling stations al60 are be
mt arranged for In order that steam
ers using the canal may coal. If
INSTANT INFORMATION FOR BUSY I I
READERS OF THE PRESS I
Alphabetically arranged directory of business house that lj
supply your wants. t
Advertisements in this col
umn cost 75c per line per
month, payable in advance.
DONE in all lengths. 2568 Cole's
Court, rear 240 20th St. Tel 1180-m.
GRANGE BROS.' Auto Repair Shop.
Auto repairing, machine work, cast
iron and aluminum welding the
cheapest and best repair shop ln the
cltv. In rear, 2566 Washington
LISTEN here' Madam Yogie, the
greatest farseer, astrologist. palm
and card reader. Call and be con
vinced she 13 the best. 132 1-2 2oth
St. Newdale roomB
E. T. HTJLANISKI, First National
Bank Bldg. 12-11-tf
LAWYER O CONNOLLY over Com
mercial National Bank Pldg , 369
24th St. Phone 111.
Billiards and Pool.
BAKERS Billiard Room. 242 Grant
Ave. Not the Biggest, but the
Best. Milliard and pool tables and
supplies for sale. We ;ell the Minn
TaMe. the best table manufactured.
Expert repairing done
J. WILSON Book and loos leaf de
vice manufacturer. I'pstairs, 2465
Wash. Ave Phone 850. 12-30-lmo
F. J. FREENOR, D. C
No drugs, surgery or osteopathy try
obiropraUc (spinal adjustments.)
Room 14 f'ommerclal Nat'l Bank
Bldg Phone 311. 6-7-tf
K VAN KAM PEN Phone 883 for up
holstering, mattress making, re
stretrhing of bed springs.
C. D IVES. 380 Twenty-fifth Street
necessary, between Colon and Eng
land, and generally speaklnp. every
thing possible is being done to en
ablfi England to hold the supremacy
she has attained in the world s mari
Englishmen, however, alwayi con
servative, do not believe that the rev
olution will be an Immediate one.
They are planning for a gradual ex
panslon of trade which the ships now
in exlstonce or in pro?pect will be
quite able to take care of Prob
ably one of the best authorities on
this question is Major E R. lones,
formerly American consul at Cardiff,
who for many years has been editor
of "Shipping World." In a recent In
terview Major .lones said:
Several of our leading British
ship owners trading with the On'ral
American States, the Dominion of
Canada and the American States on
the Pacific have built and are build
ing ships to meet the business which
the Panama route is expected to cre
ate especially between the Atlantic
and Pacific In doing this they have
ignored the po?slllllty of the grant
ing of the preferential canal tolls to
American coasting tonnage using the
canal They frankly believe that the
I'nited States will never carry out
this idea Should they bo right, and
the tonnage ready to use the canal
the first year be 10,500,090 tons and
the tolls $1 25 a ton. the income will
be sufficient to meet the Interest
charges and working expenses. Should
the American coasting tonnage, how
ever, be exempt from tolls the whole
of the Interest and working expenses
will fall upon foreign. principally
British shlpoweners, and this of
course would place them at a dls
The dominating factors governing
the traffic of the Panama Canal will
bo distances and expense; that is to
say. tolls and dues, and consideration
of these will often turn the scale ln
favor of either the Suez or the Pan
ama route As I have already indi
cated, the Panama tolls are to $1 25
per ton. The Suez dues on ships
with cargo are 6.25 francs (51 25 ) at
present, but ships In ballast are al
lowed a rebate of 2.50 francs (50
cents) per ton "on full transit rate'
Particulars as to charses and naviga
tion rules for the Panama Canal are
not vet published: therefore com
parisons are not possible. But as far
as they are known they are in favor
of the Suez cAnal It should be re
membered also that a? the profits
Increase the tonna?e charges are re
duced by the Suez. Whether this pol-l
. . ft..,- rha nn,.n.
jcy mav be pratucnuie a.nei ua unfil
ing of the Panama Canal, when a
good deal of tonnage may be with
drawu from the Suez waterwav, re
mains to be seen.
Should tbe proposed Immunity of
mriean coating tonnage from ca
nal tolls be maintained, and I do not
think it will, then the Suezz route
will alwavs get the benefit of the
doubt In respect of cost and distance.
This will apply to all Asiatic ports
west of Japan, practically all Aus
tralian ports and Manila, yes. and
mnv ports of New Zealand and Japan
Where the distance only slightly fav
"It goes without saying that, as a
general proposition, the benefits of
the Panama route will be greatest for
the countries and centers where the
distance saved Is the most. It fob J
lows therefore that the American con-;
tlnent; Canada, the Inlted States,
Mexico, the States of Central and
South America, on both oceans, and
rlir- Weal India Islands, will be the
Of course nothing b'it good can
come to the manufacturers and con-
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sumers of the British Isles from ths
abundant succes- of the Panama ca-
nal. Our exports to the markets fed 1
and favored by the canal are manu-
lacturers; the return cargo is food I
supplies and raw material, so both
classes wfll benefit It will mean,
I too, a multiplication of British coal-
j ing statlous. which already dot the
oceans of the world, so that the M
mines and mine owners also will get
their share of the benefits. It is 0
said that the American government I
purpose an arrangement for supply- (
inn good American coal at each end
of the canal at lr shillings i$4 75) a I -jfl
ton. President Wilson will not, in I
my opinion, go beyond providing coal
for American warships. And although j
Pocahontas coal Is very' good. Its heat
value Is inferior to thp steam coal of 1
South Wales and Northumberland.
Then of course there is the oil which
British companies are drawing In
Mexico and are arranging to exploit
In Central America II
"In every sense, commercial and
sentimental, it Is highly desirable
that the formal, official inauguration
of the canal, an achievement onlv
second to Lincoln's emancipation of
the slaves, should take place In the j
' spirit of friendliness and good will on
the part of all maritime cations'."
BY CONSUL CANADA
Washington. Nov 6. Manuel Jla
dero, uncle of the late president of
Mexico, and several relatives, who
were recently arrested at Saltlllo and
placed on a Mexican gunboat sup
posed to be bound for Vera Cruz.
have been taken to Mexico City Con
sul Canada, who, under Instructions
from the state department, has been
watching for the party's arrival at
Vera Cruz with the purpose of seeing
that they were fairly treated, has re
ported that in some way they were
taken to the Interior without passing
through Vera Cruz Charge
O'Shaughnessy. who has already
made representations to the provi
sional government In the Interest of
the prisoners will continue to watch
developments In the case
All of the Americans and other
foreigners who took refug- In the
American consulate at Monterey dur
ing th1 recent unsuccessful rebel
siege of the town have now returned
to thair homes. Order has been re
stored in the city and while no rail
roads are operating persons desiring
to leave liave been permitted by
General Tellez to depart overland
Today's reports to the state de
partment said the constitutionalists
In the stale of Sonora had required
GIANTS WIN 14 TO 11. i
Douglas Ariz, Nov 7 In a game
featured by errors and home runs,
the New York Giants defeated the j
Chicago White Sox here yesterday. 1
14 to 11 Ralph, Chase, Evans, ;b
Magee and Devlin made home runs.
Score R H. E. 1 M
Chicago ... oou lu2 101 5 9 4 fj
New York ... 3"3 000 53- 14 17 11 1
I Batteries Lev erenz, Daly and i
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AUTHOR'S BODY CREMATED. fc;
Copenhagen. Nov. 7. The body of t.
I'rk p Collier, the American author. ?
who died suddenly las' Monday, was F
cremated vesterday Hie ashes will
be taken 10 New York for burial. A jM
funeral service was conducted by the &"
Rev Mortimer E Kennedy, who was P
Chaplain In ordinary to King Edward p
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