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V COMPETENT woman to work by
' the day. 2582 Adams. 11-11-lwk
GOOD woman to caro for month-old
babr for two months, fall at 456
22nd St 11-11-lwk
YOUNG lady wanted to tend shop
and answer phone call. Tall 8 fo
gam and 12 to 1 p. m. Sangberg
& Sargent. 369 23rd St. 11 -11 -It
CHAMBER maid at the Virginia
GIRL wanted for housework. 306i
CENTRAL Business college. Gregg
shorthand, touch typewriting, book
keeping and da and night classes.
Opposite P. O. Tel 764
WANTED MALE HELP
FIRST class candymaker, good wa
ges; steady Job Green well. 3Vi
25th St, 11 6-1'
I FIRST-class metal worker. A D, care
J Standard 11-4-tf
j TRAINED Solicitor Apply Weber
SALESMAN wanted, earn $100 month
Ily; expenses, advertising or sell ci
gars. Woodfeni Co . New York X
1 1 S-lmo
EXPERIENCED salesmen for Colora
do, Wyoming, Nevada and Utah
Good wages guaranteed, tall C Fl
Higgins. under First National Bank
COLORED woman wants won: bj
day. Tel 1360. ll--Iwk
BY experienced bookkeeper. Phone
246-M. 1 1 7-1 Wk
OFFICE cleaning by reliable woman.
Phono 20li4. lo-27-lwl;
H HOUSEKEEPING and practlp.al nurs
tng Address 2113 Reeves Ave
11 5 2wk
POSITION by reliable girl in oftli e,
not stenographer. Address A P caro
DRESSM VKINU 2t512 Lincoln Phone
1285-J. 9 22-liUO
A splendid oportunlty for : man with
jgj $300 to 5.100 cash, security. Call C.
B. Higgins, under First National
tm Bank 1 wk
WE have lor Bale a well-located
general repair shop doing a bus!
ness ot $400 to $600 per mouth. Rent
and operating expense eery light.
go.M.1 permanent business established,
full outfit of machinery and tools.
Hero ia an opening for some live
person Must be taken up qulck
Don t telephone See us Mathews-
McCulloch Co., Under First Nat'l
ROUGH DRY washing, Phone 20. I
js WANTED Clean, wnite old rags, at
1 the Standard office. Phono 0C. 360
M t4th SL
W FOR RENT
MODERN store room with or without
basement, steam heated, and elec
0 tncally lighted and gas In building
I 43i.:ti inquire 283 -4th St. Phone I'.i
STORE for rem 620 24th St i-.-i 60S,
STORK room 2464 Grant, reasonable.
9 Inquire A. G. Fell, Mayor s office.
STORE room 2238 Washington, 2
story, full basement. 100 feet deep.
Rent reasonable, lnquiro A. G. Fell,
, FOR RENT
FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND
NICELY furnished rooms, reason
At able 2C54 Jefferson Ave ll-10-lwk
M FOR housekeeping, gas, bath; also
ylt sleeping rooms 427 24th. 1
Xu SMALL modern house, App
VJ four o'clock 1067 24th St 13
NKJfELY furnished 5 and 3-r m
apartments; Ideal location; strict
ly modern; uo children. 2341 Adams
avenue 11, : .. k
TWO nicely furnished rooms, suitable
for two persons, modern, close in.
Phone 1112-W. 11 N-lwk
ROOM With htoara boat, ath, for
gentleman. S2 50 per week Close
in; references. 2341 Adams avenue
10 22 i
FIVE-room modern. ?, block from
Reed hotel. Purdy. 247S WnshtiiK
'on Phone 485-J. 1 1-5-1 wk
PIVK-room motif rn; blocks from
I Red hotel. Purdy, 1'478 Wash
ington. Phone 485-J 11-11-lwk
lj . K TW'u iiir.ii-hrd rooms, uiodern with
vm ga8' 2201 Lincoln- li-n-iwfc
COREY apartments, modern and rea
sonable. 2566 Wash. Ave
FURNISHED rooms, heat and bath.
443 Herrick Ace. Phone .1184-.).
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 2353 .Mon
roe Ave 10 25-1 mo
FOUR-room hou?e modern 247 21st
FRONT room, modern. 2731 Adams
FOR RENT Furnished, new. clean.
comfortable housekeeping rooms, ?2
week up. 536 31st St 3-13-lyr
FURNISHED flats. 2C31 Grant Ave.
UNFURNISHED HOUSES. ROOMS
MODERN 8-room house; close in,
$17.50 per month Phone fil2
THREE rooms, clothes closet, pantry,
water and lights. 2032 Ballantyne
IN' fine neighborhood S-room modern
house, porches and fireplaces. In
quire 663 27th 1 1-5-2 wk
NEW 4-room modern bungalow 1636
Ogden., 11-5 lwk
FOR LEASE OR RENT
444 and 446 27th St . 6 flats, 19 rooms
Applj to 2634 Grant Ave 10-22-tf
FOUR-room modern. Rear 315 27th,
no children. 10-13-tf
FIVE-ROOM modern, 2661 Van Bur
en. Blcbeel. Phone 86 10-16-tf
FIVE-room house, barn, 1 aero. 1157
23rd St. 10 6 lmo
EIGHT room modern brick house 2171
Reeves Ave , rent $20; phono 339
John J. Grelner. 128 26th St 9-9-cf
AN aigrette, 24th street or Jeffer
son avenue. Reward 11-11-tf
N'A Y blue corded suit; was lost on
street or delivered to wrong ad
dress Return to Last & Thomas Co
SIX thorouKlibn-d Columbian Wyan
dotte pullets, now laying; also
cockerel 737 Adams Phone 1619 W.
I l-ll -lwk
BEAUTIFUL $400 OU piano. used
few months, sell cheap. Leaving
city 2631 Grant. 11-11-lwk
ONE tump puller with one hundred
fifty feet of cable Will pull any
thing. 1 pair steel blocks, with 120
feet steel chain, 4 good lents; all
Blzes and other articles you can use
("03 12th St Phone 479 11-11-lt
GOOD mare; 6 yrs. old, one spring
colt 603 12th St Phone 479
a YOl NO, fast i rotting, mare, cheap
At once. 341' ISth St Phone 1231 -J
I I -1 1 -1 v. k
ONE medium siz.-d Est at Oak heal
er. Good as new At one-half or
iginal cost. 2319 Van Buren Ave.
?2L'r, CHINA cabinet, cheap for cash
Parties leaving town 462 24th St.
1400 LBS. team of mares, harness
and wagon 747 29th. 11-lu-lwk
REMINGTON Typewriter, "New Yis.
ble." with enclosed cabinet and fll
ing case complete $95 In cash, a snap.
Phone 2223. 1 1-8-1 wk
DRY logs and branches free for the
hauling .524 Monroe U-7?tf
TWO-seatcd Overland auto, excellent
condition, to exchange for one-seat
eil Overland. Bulck or other car. j.',.',7
Grant Phono 234. 11-5 lwk
BIDS will bo received at Abels Ab
stract office for a frame house and
lenclng to be removed from premises;
also for 500 uhares In Ogden Bench
Canal; right to reject bids reserved
WE have received two car loads
of register' d and good grade
Guernseys and J'Tseys at cow mar
kc 7th and j6u. 10-17-if
2 CLARIONETS, cheap. 2874 Hud
CALL and see my fine line of vio
lins, bows and cases. Cash or pay;
ineute Prices most reasonable Pan
toue. 2874 Hudson Phone 12u9
1HIS mouth's special. I will sell few
li:gh grade standard makes, new
p;unos for only $285. laid down.
Terms $10 down, aud $5 a month; no
interest. Can you beat It' Pau
toLc 2874 Hudson. Phone 1209.
KINDLING wood Yard on Hudson
Axe . bet. 23rd and 24th St. Phone
FULL sired ink harrels $1.00 ajdero.
Inquire Evening Standard. 3G 21th
Street. Phone 5fi. 1-18-tf
GOOD piano at bargain. 505 LT.th St
Phone 221-M 10-13-lwk
FOR Sale at a bargain passenger
Stoddard-Dnytn r.utomobTio In first
class condition. Grange Bros., in
rear 2566 Wostrngton. 10-S tf
MONEY TO LOAN
SIX per cent loans on iai :us. orchard
lands, city resident or business
properly, to buy. build. Improve, ex
U nd -r refund oaortgages or other eo
ouritleSj terms rcasouable; special
privileges; obrrespondence invited.
Depl L. 618 CommonweaJth Bldg.,
Denver, Colo., or D-r. I, 74'J Henry
Bldg., Seattle. Waah. 11 41 wk
MONEY advanced salaried people on
eas;. payments no security; also
loans on luinlturo. planus, etc. Drake,
over Paine & Hurst. tl
Read the Classified Ads
SMALL amounts of money loaned to
relinbln people on short notice; call
Phono 1613-J. 9-24 lwk
ANY amount on real estate Bichsel
Commercial Nat'l Bank Bldg. if
LOANS on Improved farm or city
propertj HUNTER A KENNEDY,
423 24th St, opposlto court house tf
MONEY to loan on city and farm
propertj Any amount, no delav.
Mattbews-McCulloch Co.. under First
National Bank. Phone 301 -W.
MONEY to loan on watches, dl.i
monds, Jewelry, firearms, etc. Un
cle Sam s IuDan Office, established
1886. The Money lenders of Ot;dcn,
278 25th St. C. H. Smith, Prop
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity T. J. Drnmmttt. l 27 tf
MONEY on first mortgage real es
talc loans. Kelly & Horrlck 3 15 tf
ELEGANT lot on 23rd street, 50x135
feet to alley. $200 down. $10 per
month J. J. Brummitt, Phone 59.
A GO()l) farm of forty acres close to
R R. Station. All under canal. Only
(1400. Easy terms. Hunter & Keu
nedy. 11 6-tf
LOT near Union depot. $lu per front
foot $10 down. $10 per month T.
J Brummitt, under Utah Natl bank.
BUILDING lots. 100x125 feet on 27th
street; car line; taxe all paid;
terms, bargain Purdy, 2478 Wash.
Phone 485-J. 11-In-lwk
ONE of the finest lots on tho bench,
176 feet deep to 20 foot alley; lo
cated near Parr school building, ?mo
$10 down. $5 per month. J. J. Brum
mitt, Phone 59.
N'iTE 3-room cottage in excellent lo
cation; this place is in fine shape
and s bargain at 1260, on monthly
payments, new 4 room cottage, big
lot. fruit and shade trees, chicken
runs, electric lighted barn and out
buildings an ideal home and the price
Is right. See me for further particu
lars E W Cannady, Room 11, Com
mercial National Bank Bldg 11-8-tf
AN elegant lot 50x115 foot within
two blocks of Utah National bank,
onlv $1200. Any kind of terms, low
rate of Interest. J. J. Bnmmitt, un
der Utah Nat'l Bank.
FOR sale by owner New five-room
house on the Bench, with large front
porch and large sleeping porch. Same
as. paying rent Phone 348 J 20-23 f
ONE of the greatest snaps lu the
I city, an elegant 7 -room modern
I bungalow, with large basement,
screen porch, large lot, well located;
on the bench in good neighborhood
This property is well worth from four
to five thousand dollars, for only
$3000; $50u down, balanco same as
paing rent low rate of interest .1 J
Brummitt, Phone 59
NICE four-room cottage, pantry,
closet, front and rear porch, large
lot, good location, particulars to
price and terms may be had calling
( at my office, basement of Utah Nat'l
Bank Bldg, comer 24th and Wash,
j This Is your opportunity; don't let
it pass; also have a few choice resl
, dence lots in Improved district in
' rght location and at right price; P
j will be to your Interest to call and
make further Inquiry Remember the
place, under Utah Nat'l Bank Bldg.
i'hone 199 and 662-R. W J Cntch
A NICE sightly lot on the bench, 136
feet deep, VI per front foot, $1
down. $1 per month. .1 .1 Brummitt,
under Utah Nat'l bank.
AN ideal lot for a homo on 13th St..
near car line and school, 80x132,
; large enough for a garden, an or
chard and to raise some chickeus. It
solves tho high cost of living. Plent
; of water, easy terms. W. H oorhles,
i Phone 1312-U. lb-la-tf
AN elegant lot 171 feet deep, located
i on Lincoln uvenue, only $10 per
front foot; $50 down. 110 per month.
1 .1 J. Brummitt, Phono :'..
FINE LOT 45X138 FEET
SELL OR TRADE
"ON the Bench;" sidewalk, sewer and
taxes all paid, only $500, $160 cash,
balance $S per month, or will trade
the $150 equity for chickens, or larse
sound work horse. Se,- h M Bar
rows C. 2404 12 Washington avenue.
11 4-1 wit
A CHICKEN ranch eonslcting of
room house, one aero of land, largo
trees, plenty of water, well located;
close in. Great snap J J. Brum
mitt. under Ctah Nat'l bank.
NICELY furnished apartment house,
one block from Washington on
Bench; sl apartments; all rented, in
come. 585 per month. J,c-rms. Inquire
at 2680 Adams avenue, or call Phone
1472-W 11-74 wk
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 cbttage, close !n, In best
residence district; reasonable, term
lo suit buyer, lnquiro I'OIiu Washing
ton Ave. lla-lini
FARM FOR SALE
HOUSE for 3alc. lnquiro 2S53 Mon
FAEM TO TRADE
I FARM near town for house, close In.
I C. D. IVES, 380 25th St. 1-15-lyr
PUPILS In private home; for further:
information call phone 1556. 9-5-3t ;
IT will pay you to see this wonder-
ful gifted woman. She will teach
you how to K-f acquainted with your
self How to get tho most good out
Of life So many people stand In
their own ight and don't know it
Special prices this week. Astrolog
Ist, Palm and Card reading. 1 32 1-2
25th St Phone 1297-W. 11-11-lwk
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
terials and doing the work of build
ing concrete curbs and gutters In
Curb and Gutter IMstrlct No. 110, be
ing on both t-ides of Wall Avenue
from 27th to 28th Streets; and both
sides ol Hudson Avenue from 23rd to
24th Streets, where curbs and gut
ters are not nos 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 th- Cltj
Engineer in the City Hall at Ogden
City, aforesaid, until 10 o'clock a. m..
on tho 20th day of November, A. D.,
1913, at which time all proposals re
celved will be publicly opened and
Plans and specifications can he
obtained upon application at tho of
fice of the City Engineer in the City
Hall after November 10. 1913.
The rlKhl Is reserved to reject any
or nil bbls. and to waive any defects
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners, H J CRAVEN, City Engineer.
Eirst publication, October 2S, 1913.
Last publication November 19, 1913.
Consult County Clerk or the Retpo
tlvo Sloner for Furthr
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Thf creditors of the estate of Ella
L. Ra.smussen, deceased, will present
their claims, with vouchers, to the
undersigned, administrator of said
estate, at No. 2324 Washington Ave
nue. Ogden. Utah, on or before
March 15th, 1914.
Hated this lllh day of November,
o 1). RASMUSSEN,
Administrator of the Estate of Ella
L. Rasmussen, Deceased
Valentine Gldcou, Attorney for
SEA FOOD OUGHT TO BE CHEAP
Elsh. oysters and all the variety of
crustaceans are more expensive to the
consumer in the market than they
ought to be. The supply of all of these
is practically without limit It is
truthfully said of more than one com
munity along the Oregon coast that
"when the tide is ut the table is
set.' and that neat little epigram de
scribes the real condition as to the
availability of sea food If there were
old-fashioned competition in the bus
iness of providing It, or at least of
getting it to market and putting It
before the city consumer
To cultivate the ovster is not a
difficult nor an expensive business,
and the same Is true of fishing, of
clam-digging and crab catching. It
is only a matter of the absorptlou of
enormous profits between the sea and
the consumer There apparentl Is no
opportunity for the small man to
break into the business and deal
directly with the consumer, without
giving the market man a big rake
oil. so big, In fact, that the price of
oysters is prohibitive except for the
rich, and shell fish and salmon and
other varieties of the finny tribe are
altogether higher than the ought to
Here again is where a properly con
ducted public market might offer the
Chance for cheaper distribution The
fish and oyster stalls In the public
markets at New Orleans anil other
cities along the Gulf coast are among
the pest patronized in those mar
kets. because the sea food, owing to
Its abundance, is cheap, and the mar
ket dealers themselves handle the
product from the soa to the buyer
There is no reason why eirnllar pro
ducts on this coast should bring
three or four prices Instead of one.
-EAST AFRICA'S SODA LAKE.
In British East frlca there Is a
lody of water, known as Lake Ma
gadi, which is famous for Its vast de
posits of soda. Heretofore Its shores
have been islted by few travelers
for it lies In the midst of a barren
and waterless district, but now that
an English company has nearly fin
ished s railway to transport the soda)
to the boats, a way has been opened
for those who so desire to reach this
Ordinarily, this lake, acording to a
wnti-r In tlio London IMi-h loo!.s a-:
though It had been frozen and that
snow had fallen upon it, partly thaw
ed and again frozen The tempera
ture. however, gives the lie to this
appearance of roughened ice, for the
heat Is extreme and at midday Is si-1
The soda burns the feet even
through a boot, and the sharp, pro
jecting spikes, which resemble hoar
frost will pierce any except the thick
est sole After the rains there Is a
layer ol water over tho greater part
of the lake, which turns a lovejy pink j
color By moonlight tho scene Is
I weirdly beautiful
The l.t L, . contains at least 200,000,:
000 tons of crystalline substance, j
composed almost equally of carbon
ate and bicarbonate of soda. Sur
face and underground streams of sat-!
urated soda liquor continually feed
! It. The present supply of soda is en
ormous, and as fa-st as It Is removed,
a now surface, formed from tho
"mother liquid" beneath replaces it
: Natives have Collected soda from
i the same spot year after year with
jout making the slightest difference in
the abundance of the supply. The
company intends to remove at least
ICO, ooo tons each yoar.
GREAT DAM ON MISSISSIPPI
Of interest to tho wholo world are
j flic- recent ceremonies held at Keokuk.
;lown: marking the completion of one
of the greatest, and most remarkable
pieces of 'n Hneerlng work ever at
tempted In the world the gigantic
dam across the Mississippi River at
To rope, throw and harness tho
Mississippi to drive the Father of
Waters through the corral and set
it at work In a dead mill for power.
Is a feat worthy of the government
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No. 4. O E. S , regular meetings held
at Masonic ball on Washington ave,
between 25th and 26th sts., the first I
nnd third Fridays of each month. So-1
Journlng members cordially invited to
attehd Fannlo M. Whlttomore, W.
M. ; Calllo E Cave. Secretary.
Unity Lodge No. 18. F. & A. M
Masonic Temple. 2550 Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock Members of
slater lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend. S. W.
Wherry, W. M. Felix T. Mooro, Sec
retary. Queen City Rcbckah Lodge No. 4.
I O. O. F , meets second and fourtn
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall
VlBlting members Invited. Nona Har
rington, N. G ; Emma Meld. Record
i Ing Secretary, 718 Twenty-third
WOMEN of Woodcraft Ogden Circle
No. 581, meets 'very 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., B7-58 Lev.is
block. Eliza Bremer, G. N , 4C4 22nd
St St Marie Crites. clerk, 27J1 Mon
roe avenue. 91 tf
Knights of Pvthlas Ogden lodge
No. 2, Knighta of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall. Utah National bank build
ing, oery Monday evening. All K. of
P's are requested to meet with us.
W. H. Luddlngton C. C; W O Kind.
IS. of E.; W. L. Underwood, VL of R
LADIES of the Maccabees of the
World. Silver Hive No. 1, meets
every first and third Friday evenings
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
vited to attend
KATHRYN EOOLESTON. 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 , jat
tho new Odd Fellows hall, Fraternity
building. Visiting neighbors invited.
Dues can be paid to Mrs Anna Rles
Finley, M D, room 21 Lewis block.
India Sawyer. Oracle, 2453 Harrison
Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27lh and
Brotherhood ol American Yeomen
Ogden Homestead, No. 1505, meets
on every Wednesday evening In nw
I O. O.' F. hall. Fraternity building,
Washington avenue. Visiting Arch
ers are cordlalh lnvit.-d to meet with
us. Addle L Williams, Foreman, 180
TWenty-flrst street. J. A Junk, Cor
respondent, 3202 Washington avenue.
Order of Owls Ogden Nest No.
1218, Order of Owls, moets ovor
Friday evening In their own hall (the
old Elk club rooms) at 8 o'clock
Visiting Brother Owls aro Invited to
atienu the nest meetings i' red Cal
nban, President, J Oliver, bccreUiry,
2410 WailiiugioLi avenue
atOU Lil Circle Sc. 174 meets every
second anu tuurui luursu.o Qlghifl
ut b p. m., In I. O O. FaJ nail. Visit
ing iieignuors cordially invueu. tran
ces Coppock, 86 2itn Si. ivaco liey
man, Clerk, Beii phone 1-4 1 -J
Woodmen oi tUu World Weber
I camp No, 14, meets in tne . u
bail, Fraternity block, jj-u Uusning-
tou avenue, every luursday eveuiut
I at 8 o'clock Isitlng U ooduieu cor
dially luMied lo ailend.
C. L. OANSKE, C. C
E. Ab'TH, Clerk.
Modern Woodmen oi America Utaa
camp No. 'J'J'JU meets every drat and
vUiiu lUCiUu.) ovbdiugs ui o o ciock al
K. ol 1'. bail, Tweuiy-todrth i anu
Wasalngioa ave. ISltlng members
inwlc-d, v. H Draucj, Consul, j.
.vi. tfnaler. Cleric
Fraternal Order ol Eagles vjgdea
Aerie No. US, t U. E , me-eis e,ery
Wednesday evening at Eagles nau,
Hudson ave, al 6 oc'ok weilius
uiuinei Eagles aie invited to uiicud
ibo aerie meetings. Club rooms ooeu
al 11 a. lu. J. W . ciiiiliu, w Piesi
deal E K. Ceijjer, acciciury. Li C.
E. Wardleigb, Aerie Physician.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCT
ORS. Wasatch Division No. 124, O R. C .
meets second and fourth Friday at
SU p, iu , in Fraternitj Block, ouu
Fellows Hall, All broihers aro cor
dially Invited to attend c. h Pear
sou, C C. D L. Boyle, S. anu 1'.
Clastified advertlsetueuis on this
page cost one cent per word, each In
sertion, but no first liibcrllon can
bo less than 25 cents. Ur you cau
run tho classified advertisement for
25 cenis per lino per week, but no
weekly advertisement can bo less thau
that is building the Panama Canal
Hut the monster chunk of concrete
that now dams the Mississippi irom
Keokuk, lows, to Hamilton. Illinois -a
solid prism nine-tenths of a mile
long, 63 feet hiv..h, 42 feet at Its base
and 2'.' feet at the top was not built
I by the government, but by a private
syndicate. Matching the big risks
. against the chance for big profits,
the Mississippi River Power Company
I pitted the skill oi American engineer
I lug against the force of floods. Ice and
winds, and won
For tho use of the power of the
I country's greatest river tho company
makes the government a present of a
'canal lock and a hug drydock, costly
presents both, hut poor things in ex
c hange for so valuable a franchise.
Already the dam and the power piano
are beginning to pa back the s-27;
,000 Invested to build them
Keokuk, Hamilton and Warsaw
were the first cities b le supplied
by the new system's power, and 81
Louis, 1-U; miles away, was lat add
ed to the list of customers of the high
voltage transmission Hue through
which 00. Ouu horse-power will flow.
For ninety-nine years tho Mississippi
IClver will turn gigantic turbines in
the plant at the foot of the Dcs
Moines Rapids for the profit ot prl
The Keokuk dam. power house,
lock, drydock, 6ea wall and Ice fender
mako an unbroken concrete monolith
with a length of 2 1-2 miles the
longest In the world The concrete Is
not reinforced as in a modern office
INSTANT INFORMATION FOR BUSY I
READERS OF THE PRESS !
Alphabetically arranged directory of business houses that
supply your wants. I
Advertisements in this col
umn cost 75c per line per
month, payable in advance.
DONE In all lengths 2".'.s Cole's
Court, rear 210 2t,th St. Tel 1180-ra.
GRANGE BROS ' Auto Repair Shop.
Auto repairing, machine work, cast
iron and aluminum welding, the
cheapest and best repair shop in the
cltv. In rear, 256C Washington.
LISTEN here! Madam Yogis, the
greatest farseer, astrologist, palm
and card reader. Call and be con
vinced fiho Is the besL 132 1-2 25th
St. Newdale rooms.
E. T. HULANISKI, First National
Bank Bldg. 12-1 1-tf
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, over Com
mercial National Bank Bldg., 3fi9
24th SL Phone 111.
Billiards and Pool.
BAKERS Billiard Room. 2152 Grant
Ave. Not the Biggest, but the
Best. Billiard and pool tables and
supplies for sale. Wo sell the Minn
Table, the best table manufactured.
Expert repairing done.
J. WILSON Bok and loose leaf de
vice manufacturer Upstairs, 24fi5
Wash. Ave. Phone S50. 12 30-1 mo
F. J. FREENOR, D. C.
No drugs, surgery or osteopathy; try
chlropratlc (spinal adjustments.)
Room 1 I Commercial Nat'l Bank
Bldg. Phone 311. 6 7 tf
K. VAN KAMPEN Phone R3 for up
bolstering, mattress making, re
stretching of bed springs.
building, but Is. practically, poured In
one mold. The wholo structure Is
anchored five feet deep in the blue
limestone of the river bottom
One effect of the dam is to deepen
the .Mississippi for 65 miles upstream
Three locks and a government canal
through which river boats passed are
no longer required, and are drowned
under the new water ol A lock
at Keokuk has th same width (110
feet) es the largest lock of Panama,
and has a lift of 40 feet, whereas tho
greatest lift of the Isthmus lock Is
.",2 feet. The gate, weighing nearly
l.ooo.i.ioo pounds, may be opened and
shut with little more effort than Is
required to open your front door.
Pumping sater into the buoyancy
chambers of the upper gates causes
thm to sink low enough to permit
a passage of steamers The lower
gates turn upon a pivot of bronze and
Bteel In the shape ol a hemisphere.
Not the least remarkable feature In
connection with the project is the ac
curacy with which time was comput
ed. Hugh L. Cooper, chief engineer.
I had to combine a dozen different In
dustries Into one In the construction
machinery alone. He built 1". miles
of standard guage railroad to carry
supplies he laid nearly miles of pipe
line, and he manufactured his own
concrete, making the rher bottom
yield the' sand and the quarles on the
ral road line and rock that went into
Before actual work on the dam
could be commenced, the river had to
be unwatered. This was accomplished
hy the use of cofferdams The coffer
dams were really cribs of rock and
clay that were made to fit the river
bottom. The first cribs were built
In ib-ad winter, and had to be loweied
Into place through holes in the ice.
After they were joined together.
After the river was turned aside, the
I building of the concrete dam began
in January, 19H- in spite of formld-
I able obstacles, it bed progressed on
schedule, almost to the day. The
chief engineer proved his own confl-
I dence in the project by investing in
I it all of his own fortune of $150,000.
i.. 1. 1 i..-.nnr- tin, Win- I ),m i i rt iii r-n t r-A-
111 u ij- nun"' Vi i' 1 -
cently named the lake that is formed
by the dam. "Lake Cooper."
Several large fortunes had been
amassed to meet the Immense cost of
the project The Items of expense In
cluding fifteen miles of standard
guage railroad thack to carry supplies,
fifty miles of pipe-Hue and construct
ive." machinery worth $1.000 000 In It
self The engineer manufactured the
i oncrt te on the scene, taking the sand
from the river bottom, aud finding
the rock In quarries along the private
i railroad line.
Aside from the elementary points
which naturally stick out while study
ing this engineering marvel there
was numerous other features which,
troni lack of space, a few may only
be mentioned Fbr instance, there
are. in addition lo the thirty large
tuiliine units, four smaller turbine
units, which are used for tho purpose
of generating current merely to ex
cite the eleclric field. These "small "
wheels are one-fourth the power of
tho thirty large ones. The entire
electrical plant Is the most modern
In the universe, and lor one thing,
has a comparatively small goernor.
so sensitive that It creates a change
lot spend In the turbines with the
! slapping or a street car In St. Louis.
The intricate mechanlcm of this gov
ernor, which controls the turbine
wheels. Involved years of study and
over a million dollars in expense
A little more than two years nnd a
half ago there was no dam opposite
Keokuk. In tho span of that time,
therefore. It took centuries to
rear the pyramids. One man,
heading 2500 laborers anil engineers,
Ised and fashioned this concrete
rabrlc within whose walls are not
mummies nor vaacs, but the wizard-
Notary Public j
C. D. IVES, 380 Twentyfifth Street.
OGDEN JUNK HOUSJ2 If you have
any kind of junk, phone us up. Wo
will call for It. Tel. 210. I
Painting, Paperhanging. I
PAINTING, paperhanging and tinting, I
3 Hen Harthog. Phone 571 R.
Physician and Surgeon.
DR. A FERNLTJND, Physician and I
Surgeon Office hours 11 to 4 p. ra. j
New Peerv Bldg.. Hudson Ave. Phone . ' 1
1900-W. Residence phone 2129-W. 64C
Washington avenue. 6-11 tf
CRAWSHAW STUDIO '
219 2"th Street
Fine art Photography.
Come and have a sitting. (
WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good
work. 2465 Wash. Ave. Phone 850. . I
YOUR garbage hauled regular. San-
ltary can furnished free. Sanitary
Garbage Co. Phoue C20.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCartv & Co.,
2728 Grant. Bell phone 2018W. 1
Second-Hand Goods. "4
NEW AND SECONDHAND furniture,
clothing and shoes, bought, sold or t
exchanged; also trunks and suitcases IH
cheap A Siner, Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Twenty fifth St 6 13 lwr
Trunks Repaired. fl
GALLAGHER repairs trunks 3"0
2Glh St. 6 23 lmo
ONE DOLLAR per day, delivered and
called for. Electric Service Co, 1
Phone SS I p 24th St.
ry of the twentieth centuries with re
volving wheels, marvelous generators,
great gates, roaring torrents and i
held in check by simple levers which
the hand of a child may operate.
WHEN NOTICEABLE. j
Village Orator (seconding proposl- jj
lions for the repair of the reading- I
room roof). "I think you'll all agrc- j
that the roof does leak very bad.
K's; . ciallv is this noticeable in wet f f H
THE WAYS OF THE LILY.
Lily smashed the royal gems
And drowned the keeper in the fl
What does this girlish prank denote? ;
Oh, Just that Lily wants to vote J
ALIAS SUMMONS. if
In the Municipal Court in and for '
the City of Ogden, County of Weber,
State of I'tah
Before Hon. W H Reeder, Jr., Mu
nicipal judge and ex of ficio justice of VLa
Consolidated Wagon and Machine H
Company, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. H
Morris Wolfson, Defendant.
The State of Utah, to said Defend-
You are herebv summoned to appear iH
before the above entitled court within i
ten (10) days after service of this
summons upon you, it served within
th county in which this action is
brought, otherwise within twenty (201 jH
days after this service, and defend the
above entitled action, in case of your
lallure to do so. Judgment will be ren- s H
dered against you according to the S
demand of the complaint in said ac
tion which was tiled in said Court on
i in 1 4th day of October, A D. 1918 M
To the Sheriff or any Constable ot
Weber County, Greeting.
Make legal service and due return JH
Witness Hon W. H Reeder, Jr , j
Judge of said Court, with the Seal
thereof, this 22ud day of October, j
(SEAL) I N FULTON i
This action Is brought to recover a jH
judgment against the defendant for
in t lie purchase pri e of 1346 feet
of roofing sold and delivered by plain
tiff to defendant, at his request, In HJ
September, 1011. at Ogden City, Utah, U
m. hiding $7.80 Interest, and SlO.OQ
Attorneys fees, and for costs Incurred
in this action. HJ
In the District Court ot Weber 1
Count . State of Utah.
William Hodson. Plaintiff. VK Co
lonlal Trust Company of New York,
a corporation, and Central Trust Com- ,
pany of New Y'ork, a corporation, De U
The State of Utah to the said D-3- H
You are herebj summoned to ap- H
pear within twenty days after service H
(.f i his Summons upon you If served H
within tho County In which this nc- , HJ
tlon Is brought; otherwise, within HJ
Thirty days after service and defend I HJ
the above entitled uction; aud in j
case of your failure so to do, Judg- j
ment will be rendered againBt you
according to the demand of the com- .
plaint which has been filed with (be J
( Jlerk of so id Court. f
This action Is brought to quiet plain- 1
tiff's title as against defendants to HJ
the southwest quarter of the south- I
wesl quarter Of Section TO, Township i
1 Ninth. Range 2 West. Salt Lake f
Meridian, being Lot 4 of said section. If -H.
Plaintiff's Attorney. 1
P. O. Address, No. 215 First National
Bank Bldg Ogden. Utah.