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THE " OGDEN" STANDARD," OGDEN. UTAH, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1913." - 3V
Want advertisement citl on cent
per word each Issue, or 5 cents jef
line of five words per day, no first
Insertion lest than 25 cents, or two
or more lines per week at the rate of
I 25 cents per line per week, or 75
J I' cents per line per month. Remember
five average words make a line. All
sdvertlsements on this pago must bs
paid In advance. No exception to this
J WANTED FEMALE HELP
V I CHAMBERMAID at Reed hotel.
! EXPERIENCED salesladies In cloak
detriment wantec National Outfit
m ?itik Co. 2345 Washington 1 1-23-1 wk
I EXPERIENCED bookkeeper and sten
ographer The National Outfitting
1 Co., 2345 Washington Ave. 1 1-28-1 wk
ii pxperlened parlor cirl at once
! GOOD k i rl for housework. Apply at
1 7 No. 1, Peery Apis 11-21-tf
GIRLS between 18 and 23 to Join
nhow : experience preferred; Steady
mplovment. Call 12 a ra Orpheum
i FOUR demonstrators for toilet arti
cles, good route and customers; call
I morning or evening 2172 Tyler ave
nue. City. 23rd St. car U-19-lwk
WANTED MALE HELP
TRAINED 0x)Ucltar. Apply Weber
rf 1 j SALESMEN WANTED
f SALESMAN wanted earn 1100 month
ly; expenses, advertising or sell ci
gars. Woodfern Co , New York. N Y.
V t EXPERlENt EO chambermaid wishes
! work In city. Address, Mrs. Amy
j Leonard, Gen. Del. City. 11 24-lwk
f-. STENOGRAPHER-bookke per. five
' vears experience. Local reference.
J P.'O. Box 667 11 19-lwfc
J X RELIABLE Christian man wants
Mi nork Address J F Wright. 3D
f B 25th St. 11-lS-luk
'I COIXJRED woman wants work b the
j day. Phone 1360. ll-14-2wk
OFFICE cleaning by reliable woman
Phone 2034. 10-27-lwh
I DRESSMAKING. 2612 Lincoln Phone
1285 J. 9-22-lmo
WILL accept price offered last
Thursday morning for terrier pup.
r., 528 24th St. 11-24-tr
T)K A. splendid opportunity for a man with
5310 to $500 cash, security. Call C
,T0U B. Hlgglns. under First National
iS MODERN storp room with or without
basement, steam heatej. and eleo
ideally lighted, and gas In building
- ! 43x90 Will rent all or part of build
jt in? Inquire 2S3 24th Si Phone 761
d ' J
Ul, " STORE for rent 620 24 th St. Tel CO?.
sSjFI WANTED QUICK
-4 TWO or 3 horse power gas engine
LiMm ROUGH DRY washing, Phone 2034.
aWI WANTED Clean, wmte old raga. at
the Standard office. Phono 66. 36u
fW 24th at.
FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND
.tiltclR APARTM ENT8,
in ihl 6 ROOM modern No. 881 24th St
Purdv, 2478 Wash. Phone 485 J
tn I FURNISHED rooms for light house
1 keeping. 126 W. 22nd St.
I MODERN housekeeping rooms, rea
pSQ sonable rent. 2759 Grant avenue.
FOR housekeeping gaa. bath; also
sleeping rooms 427 24th ll-22-3wks
1 7 ROOMS in modern home, suitable for
one or two. 341 MadlBon 11-21 lwk
C U I ELEGANTLY furnished 5-room
jl apartment; strictly modern, Ideal
flSj location; no children. 2341 Adams
ycnue 11-15 lwk j
!: NEATLY furnished front room. $3 pef I
91 1 week 462 24th, 11-19 if
1 jf FOUR modern housekeeping rooms,
J Close In Inquife 420 24th St.
NICELY furnished modern 6-rootn
house, 1 block fiom posloffice; no
I children. Applv to 2420 Lincoln.
B THREE furnished moms for light
I housekeeping with bath 456 22nd.
1 11 18-lwk
Stfes I S;OR RENT Furnished, new, clean,
k?jKP I comfortablo housekeeping rooms, $2
SNh lek up 536 31st St, 3-13 lyr
Iff ' HKrVfE-room house on 31st St., 118.00.
i It Uedell 11 19 lmo
I COREY apartments, modern and rea-
sonable. 2566 Wash. Ave 1
I FTJRNI8HED rooms; heat and bath.
443 Derrick Ace Phone 1184-J.
10- 30-tf i
i FURNI8HED flats. 2634 Grant At.
1 UNFURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS
2 ROOM house, $5 per month. Phone
I 967. 11-24-tf
THREE-room modern house 3601
WnshlnRton avenue 11 -21 -lwk
FOUR-room house, pantry, eloset and
water, small famllv. 355 28th.
L 1-21-1 wl
THREE-room house. 8S6 l.'th Phono
900 W 11-20 lmo
IN fine neighborhood 8-room modern
house, porchos and fireplaces In
! quire 663 27th. 1 1 20-13
UNFURNISHED houses, 311 27th St.;
4 rooms, 2718 Grant avenue, six
rooms Apply 26 14 Grant 10-20-tl
MODERN 8-room hou'e, clos In;
$17 50 per month Phone 612.
1'OUR-room modern Rear 315 27th.
no children. 10-13-tf
IN fine neiRhborhood 8 room modern
bous. porcnes and fireplaces. In
quire 693 27th. ll-5-2wk
1 money at Weber academy, owner
mav receive it by Identification.
LOST One bay mare about 8 years
old. branded R on iett thigh; one
flea bitten gray horse about 10 vears
old. blind in left eye. Notify Lindeaj
Land & Livestock Co. 2484 Washing
ton avenue 1 1 22 t f
MITE Spitz pup. followed lady down
23rd street Wednesday morning; re
turn to 232ii yuincy Phone D79 J Re
HORSESHOE pin with amethyst
setting. Return Carr Drug Co.. Re
HEATER, used only a lew weeks.
washing machine, sewing machine-,
Victor talking machine 158 23rd St.
, . . ,
SEWING machine lor sale cheap. 21rn
Adams avenue ll-22-4t
WELL-bred fox terrier puppy. 4
months old 52S 24th St. Side en
trance 1 1 19-tl
FOR SALE SWEET APPLE CIDER
Wholesale and Retail at reasonable
prices Orders taken for delivery.
Phone 439 W or 27-Y. North Ogden
Exchange. George Tlr.nnes & bons
11-16 2 wks
FULL sized Ink barrels, $1 00 apiece.
Inquire Evening Standard, 36o 21th
Street. Phone 50. 1-16-Lf
BIDS will be received at Abels Ab
slract Office for a frame house and
fencing to be removed from premises;
al6o for 500 shares In Ogden Bench
Canal, right to reject bids reserved
KINDLING wood Yard on Hudson
e , bet- 2Urd and 24th SU Phone
517 J. 12-28-tf
WE have received two car loads
of registered and good grade
Guernseys and Jerteys at co. mar
ket, 7th and Wash 10-17-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
SIX per cent loans on farms, orchard
lands, city resident or business
property, to buy. build, improve, ei
tend or refund mortgages or other so
curlties. terms reasonable ; special
privileges; correspondence, invited
Dept L, CIS Commonwealth Bide .
Denver. Colo., or Dept I 74'J Henr
Bldg , Seattle. Wash 11 4-lwk
I MONET advanced salaried people on
easy paymentB, no security, alBo
I loans on furniture, pianos, etc. Drake,
over Paine & Hurst tf
fcMALL amounts ot money loaned to
Phone 1613-J y-24 1wkj
ANY amount on real estate. Blchsol.
Commercial Nat l Bank Bldg. tf
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.
Matthews McCulloch Co.. under First
National Bank. Phone 301-W,
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds. Jewelry, firearms, etc. Un
cle Sam a Loan Office, established
188j The Money Lenders of Ogden,'
278 25th St C. H. Smith. Prop.
MONEY to loan on rval estate secur
ity J. J Brurumltt, 4-27-u I
MONEY on first mortgage real es
tate loans Kelly & Herrick. 3 15 tf!
PUPLLS In private home; for further
Information call phone 1556. 9-5-3t j
IT will pay you to see this wondpr
ful gifted woman She will teach
you how to get acquainted w ith your
self How to get the most good out
of life. So many people stand In
their own light and don't know it
Special prices this week Astrolog
lst. Palm and Card reading 133 1-2
25th St. Phone 1297-W. 11-11-lwk
WANTED TO RENT
FOUR or 5-room modern furnished
house; give details; reference Box
248, care Standard. 11-20-1 wk
FOR SALE !
LOT. 60x137. on Madison avenue, near
27th street rar. $3G5. Phone 2263-W.
ONE-acre best land in Miy; good 2
room house, large rooms, full ce-l
ment basement; only Sin, a real,
bargain. 411 24th St 11-19-1 wJt I
NEW five-room bungalow, strictly
tnoderti. corner 2Mb and Grant: will
sell below cost it taken at once. In
quire 147 James Court. 11-19 lwk
THREE-room house built last year,
large lot price 5650, easy t?rms.
von can't afford to overlook this 411
24th St. n-171wk
AN eleganl 5-room bungalow, near
Sacred Mf-nrt academy large base
ment, screened porch and large lot.
for only $2700 , $300 down and balance
same as paying rent; low rate of In
terest .1 J Brummitt, Under Utah
NICE 3-room cottage in excellent lo
cation, this place Is In fine shapo
and a bargain at J 1 250, on monthly
payments; new 4-room cottage, big
I lot, fruit and shade trees i hlcken
runs, electric lighted barn and out-
(buildings, an ideal home and the price
Is right. See me for further gartlcil
lare, E. W. Cannady. Room 11. Com
mercial National Bank' Bldg 11-8-tf
A GOOD 4-room cottage with city wa
ter and electric lights well located
near depot, only $1400; any kind of
terms .1 J. Brummitt, Phone 59
AN elegant lot. 50x115 feet, within 2
blocks of Utah National bank, onh
$1200, any kind of terms, low rate of
interest. J. J. Brummlt, Under Utah
NICE four-rcom cottage, pantry,
closet, tront and rear porch, large
lot, good location; particulars to
price and terms may be had calling
at my office, basement of Utah Nat I
Bank Bldg, corner 24th and Wash
This Is your opportunity; don't let
it pass, also have a few choice resi
dence lots In Improved district In
rghl location and at right price; i'.
will be to your interest to call and
make further Inquiry Remember the
place, under Utah Nat l Bank Bldg.
Phone 199 and 562-R. W J Crltch
A NICE sightly lot on 23rd street, 50
xl35 leet to alley, city water In front
of lot, only $200; $10 down $lo per
month. J J. Brummitt, Phone 59
AN Ideal lot for a home on 13th St.,
rear car line and school, 80x122,
large enough for a garden, an or
I chard and to raise some chickens. It
I solves the high cost of llviug. Plenty
1 of water, easy terms S H. Yoorhies,
Phone 1312-R. l'J-18-tl
LOT near Union depot. $10 per front
foot; $10 down, $1" per month. J J
Brummitt, Under Utah National Bank
CHICKEN ranch located about two
blocks from the Earr school building
on 22ud 6treet and Harrison avenue,
consisting of one acre, nice and sight
ly, well adapted for chicken ranch,
close to street car line, a sreat snap
;.i jsoo. Jinn down, balance $10 pr
month. J. J. Brummitt Phone 59
! Thome bargain
A new 5-room modern
brick bungalow, in very best
location on Bench; fire place,
nice bath, two bed rooms, full
width front porch, screened
sleeping porch, cemented base
ment, walks and sewer paid;
j lot 38x132 to alley. Will take
city lot as part payment. Best
kind of terms, and time on
balance. Quick action neces
sary. Don't telephone, see us,
; under First National bank.
A BRICK cottage, close in. in best
residence district, reasonable, termf
10 suit buyer Inquire 203u Washing
ton Ave 1 1 2 1m 5
FARM FOR SALE
HOUSE for sale. Inquire 2353 Mon
ONE ACRE on 29th StJ
Bench. Must be sold with
in next few days. Biggest
bargain in Ogden, at $600.00.
Under First National Bank.
FARM TO TRADE
FARM near town for house, close In
C. D IVES. 380 25th St. 1-15-lyr
RAILROAD MEN ARE
Washington, D. C. Nov. 24. l)aniel
Wllllard, president of the Baltimore
& Ohio; Fred Delano, president of
the Waba6h. and ;eorRe Stuart Pal
terson. general solicitor of the Prnn
sylvania. appeared before the In state
commerce commission to argui
for authority to increase rates on all
classes of freight traffic approxi
mately 5 per cent e.vt of the Missis
sippi and north of the Ohio and Po
The hearinK is of the utmost im
portance to all the railroads of the
United States for should the commls
Blon grant permission for the Increase
it might extend the authority to the
i The commission will Inquire wheth
er present rates yield adequate reve l
nuea ,n ,h0 romrnon carriers. and!
much testimony will be taken
Washington. Nov. 24. That thfl
railroads of the country have felt the j
burden of the increased cost of llv
Ing, like all other enterprises or In- j
d, vidua!-, 'hut unlike all others have
not been permitted so far to raise
their prices or adjust lliplr charges
in recognition of that burden," was
the declaration of Ian!l Wlllard,
president of the Baltimore ft Ohla
Railroad, arguing today before th
Interstate commerce commission for
authority to Increase freight ratae
approximately five pr cent In the
tt-rrlton east of the Mississippi and
norih of the Ohio and Potomac
river. Rpferrinc 'n 'he refusal of thfl ott
miselon in 1910 to grant a ten per
cfnt increase and the promise to re
Investigate the ratn question in the
future should conditions warrant It.
Mr Wlllard asserted that operation
of the railroads in the last three
years and not such as to Inspire con I
fldence of private capital or encour
age the support of private enterprise
"It is respectfully submitted." he,
continued, "that there is at this time
pd more Important question before
the people, nor one the correct so I
hit Ion of which will do more to stim-
ulatr healthy commercial activity and
promote Industrial growth.
"It Is a mistake to think that the
problem 1 merely a question of divl '
dends to railroad stockholders, al
though that feature Is Involved The
problem In a broad and true -ense
affects all Interests and th outcome
ei this particular case whichever
wn It is decld.ed will mark an
epoch, because It will in effect, very
largely determine whether we shall
as In the past continue to look to
private capital and private enterprise
for our transportation requirements,
or be compelled finally to accept, the
only alternative possible."
In presenting the fads upon which
the railroads rely to prove the ne
cessity for an Increase in rates, Mr
Willard asserted that in the past
three years the railroads in the ter
ritory affected had spent in property
ir vestment some 1600,000.000 or at
the rate of S200.000.000 each year,
i Nevertheless, he added, because of
the fact that operating expenses had
Increased faster than operating rev
enus. these railroads earned in the
I year ending June 80, 1913, less by j
J 116,311,321 than for the year ending
l June 30 1010
No Returns on Capital.
' These companies, ' continued Mr
i Willard. "apparently not only failed
to earn any return whatever upon
the new capital invested, but saved
even leas from gross earnings, as re
turn upon the original propertv In
vestment, than they were abel to
show before this large additional ex
penditure whs made."
In these three years the Pennsyl
vania, New York Central and Balti
more and Ohio systems Increased
their property Investment more than
$422,000,000 for improvements.
Mr Willard also called attention to
increases in wages, taxes, "burdens
Imposed by legislative enactments."
such as extra crews, liability and
compensation sets and other condi
tions. He called attention to the fact
that since 1910 wage payments by
the railroads affected had greatly In
creased largely ap a result of media
tion and arbitration proceedings and
that the award Juat announced by
the arbitrators would give the con
ductors and trainmen $6,000,000 per
annum additional The effect of the
so-called full crew laws alone, he
said, had been to increase the ex
penses of these carriers more than
(4,000,000 per annum
The railroads affected paid $54,
494.171 in the shape of taxes for
1913. this being $11,579,187 more
, than in 191. he asserted. The three
I larger railroad systems paid in taxes
I $31,216,000 in 1913, this being $7, $54.-
more than for 1910
CLAIM COLUMBUS OF
San Francisco. Nov 24. "Christo
pher Columbus was a Jew" said Ben
jamin Schloss. president of the Com
I mercial Travelers' congress of Call
fornia. before members of the Jewish
Shelter yesterday Schloss said the
Jews had rendered Incalculable ser
vice to the United States from the
discovery Of America until the pres
i ent t'me.
In the Civil war the Jews gave a
larger proportion of their sons to the
preservation of the union than any
other denomination.' Mr. Schloss as
serted. "And going back, it has been
learned recently that Isabella did not
pawn her jewels, but the Jewish
Chancellor Don Santaget. advanced
Columbus $17,000 without Interest.
"tit was not jewels, but .lews, that
made the discovery of America possible."
NEW LEGAL HOLIDAY
San Francisco. Nov. L'4 A brand
new legal holiday, specially proclaim
ed by Governor Hiram W Johnson,
was celebrated in California today in
honor of the two hundredth anniver
sary of the hlrtb of Father Junlpero
Sierra a Franciseoan monk who
founded the California missions.
The chief event of the day was a
state-wide pilgrimage to the mission
Carmelo. near Monterey.
ON AUTO TRACK
Pittsburg. Pa.. Nov. '4 The police
let it be known today that for thiee
weeks automoblliets have been flirt
ing with death as thv drove along
Grant boulevard, the favorite motor
track between the fashionable east
end district and downtown Pittsburg
During; that time they have collected
120 sticks of dynamite apparently
placed systematically along the road
Late yesterday they located another
lot in thfl boulevard and arrested Her
man Leldraan. alleging he knew some
thing of the theft ot dynamite from
a contractor's magazine.
. VKJ '
Road the Classified Ads.
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No 4, O. E S regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington ae.
between 25th and 2fith 6t8.. the firs',
and third Fridays of earb month. Sr
! journfng members cordially invited to i
attend Fannie M Whlttcmore. W,
If.; Callle E. Cave, Secretary
Unity Lodge No. 18, F & A If
; Masonic Temple. 2550 Washington
i avenue. Meetings eery Wednesday
evening at 7 30 o'clock Members of
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend. S. W
;Wbcrr.. W. M. Felix T. Moore, Sec
retary Queen City RebeKah Lodge No 4
II O O. F., meets second and fourtn
: Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall
Tlll 1 1 . - .1 X--- U-r
meniuers inviicu nu -
rington, N O.; Emma Meld Record- 1
Ing Secretary. 71 Twenty-third I
WOMEN of Woodcrn ft Ogden ClrcVs
No. 581. meets every Wednesday
right at 7:80 o'clock, New Woodmen
Hall. Fraternity Bldg. Visiting neigh
bors Invited Dues can be paid to
Dr Alice M. Ridge, M D., 57 58 Lewis
block. Eliza Earner. G. N. 464 22nd
St St Mario Crltes. clork, 2731 Mon
roe avenue. 9-lt-tf
Knlghti of Pvthlas Ogden lodge
No 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall Utah National bank build
Ing, every Monday evening All K. of
Ps are requested to meet with us
W. H. Luddlngton C. C; W. G. Kind.
M of E.; W. L. Underwood. K. ot R.
LADIES of the Maccabees of the
World, Silver Hive No. 1 meets
every flrBt and third Friday evenings
at 8 o'clock; and eery second and
fourth Friday afternoons at 2 30
o'clock, in Woodmen Hall Fraternity
Llock. Visiting members cordially In
cited to attend
KATHRYN EOGLESTON. 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 lire. Anna Rles
Finley, M. D., room Zl Lewis block.
India Sawyer, Oracle, 246.J Harrison, j
L..i...u Newton, Recorder, 27th and
Brotherhood of American Yeomen -Ogden
Homestead, No. 1505. meets
On every Wednesday evening In new j
1. O O 1 hall, i-raternfty building,
Wasnlhgton avenue laiting Arcn
ers are cordially Invited to meet with
US. Addle L. Williams, i-oremau, lbj
Twenty first street, J. A Juuu, Cor
respondent, 32U2 Washington avenue, j
Order of uwla uden Nest No i
I LJ18, Oroer ol Owit, uiu eve.
; Friday evening In then own hall (the
i old Elk uuu iuolu:,,) at b o clock.
VibUmg brother Ovtls are invited to
iiuuii, 1'resiutui , j Oliver, secretary,
-4it Udiu.Ubcuu uveuiie.
aEGO Lily Circle No. 174 meets every
oeiuuu alia lolll'Ui lUUroJa; Uigmo
at l ni., m i u. U. r al nail. mt
,ug Lieiguoors coruiany iiivutu. i-ran
eta vuppoCK, ioi Jiiu St. tk.aic ney
man, Clerk, Leu phouu .:4i-J
Woouintn ol uue una Webti
camp i4, uieuLa in uio W . u
naiJ, Fraternity biocK, Ju iiiuim
lou avenue, every iuurtuay oeaiufe
at 6 O ClOCh. laillug U OO'JUlcU tui
aiaJiy .awied to attend.
C. L LANah-E, G. C.
hi Aulii, Clerk.
Moderu Wooumen oi America Utau '
I camp .so 'j'JJv lueela bVerj iirst auu
iiiiiu 'luesaay eeuingb ai i o cioca m '
ot f nail, i v. eui.y-ioji in ma
v .ibuingiou ae. ViDUig ixiomueia
.u,,Ltu v 11. iJranty, Cwubui. j.
... ouuier, V-iurK.
fraternal urdcr ol Eagles ugutiu
Aeue No, 116, F. O E, iiiotJib o.er
,vuueb-aj v.eOili ai lUgleb liiu,
HUQfrOU dit., al 6 oclOLi lSUlUa
i Uioiner ttMiiea llfti jUVUcU to aileUu
me aerie Luttiiutg. ciuo rooia opea
at 11 a ujl J. w . Uiiliin, v i"ji
aeau i- ti Oeigei, beeitiary. or i
cj. vv aruicitii. Aerm trnysiciMn,
ORDER. OF RAILWAY CONDUCT
ORS. Wasatch Divi6iuu o. 124, O. R. C ,
lUfcttb second auu lounn Friday ai
p ui., in Fralernuj Biock, Uuu
i-eiiowb nali. v.u oruiueis are cor
ciaiiy invited to aiiena. c. ii. Pear
sou, C. C. l) U noyio, a auu r,
clasbitied aav ert bementb on this
I page cost one cent per woru, each in-
j berilou. Bui no lirst insertion can
Oo iKSi man 2j cents. Or you can
run the classiiied ua vertisemeui lor
Be eeuib per hue per week, bui no
weekly ad erllseineai can be less than
I 6U cent&
NUTICE OF INTfeNTION
Notice is hereby given by' the
Board of Comniibsloii': rs of Ogden
1 Lily, Utah, oi tue intent on oi saiu
Board to iuak'j iue following describ
ed lmpro enii.ni. to-wit:
To create Bailantyne Avenue so.uh
. iroiu -".'th btreet to a poitii H6- leei
1 north from 21st Street wh-.-ro Hie
I city has galued jurisdiction as a
sewer district, and to construct
'therein a pipe sewtr together wiin
, iue nevebo. r.. manholes, and conned
! all wiih the manboies oi ihe pr.s:n
! sewer system, and to defray ttie
whole oi the cost theieof, es.imaied
1 at $1UUU 00 by a local assessment oj
the lots or pieces or ground Ivin
and being wliblii the tullOAlag d.S
irlct, be.ng the d.s.ritt to be benz
ined or allected by tuid improver
All the land lying between the out
I r boundary lln.s of said Avenue in.
' cluoed in the district and a line
drawn 132-ieet outward trom and
I parallel to the said outer boun-ar
lines. Said district to be assessed
for the cost ot putting in the sewe:
between 20th aud 21bt Street, also
tor securing the right-of-way lor
Bald sewer irom 21st Slree. north S
distance u. 165 ftet
All prote.stN and objections to the
carrying oat of sjch intention mus
be presented in wrltiug to the CI
Recorder on or before the 22nd day
of November. 1913. at 10 o clock a.
ui that being the time bel b) saiu
Board of Commi.-sioners when they j
will hear and consider such objec
tions as may be made thereto, at the
mayor's office at the City Hall, Og
den City, Utah
By order of the Board of Commls-
INSTANT INFORMATION FOR BUSY I
READERS OF THE PRESS
Alphabetically arranged directory of business houses that
supply your wants.
Advertisements in this col
umn cost 75c per line per (
month, payable in advance.
DONE In all lengths 2568 Cole's!
Court, rear 240 2Cth St. Tel. 1180-m
LISTEN here' Madam YokK the
greatest far?eer, nptrologfst. palm I
and card reader Call and be C"n-1
vlnced she is the best. 132 1-2 25th I
St. N'ewdale rooms.
E T HI'LANISKI, First National
Bank Bldg. 1211-tf
LAWYER 0C0NN0LLY over Com
mercial National Bank Bldg., 369
2Hh St. Pbone 111.
Billiards and Pool.
BAKER S Billiard Hoora. 2452 Grsnt j
Ave. Not the Biggest, but the
Best Billiard and pool tables and
supplies for sale. Wo sell the Minnj
Table, the best ttble manufactured I
Kxpert repairing done.
J. WILSON Book and loose leaf de-1
vice manufacturer Upstairs. 240."
Wash. Ave. Phone S50 12-30 lmo
F. J. FREENOR, D C.
No drugs, surgery or osteopathy, try
chlropratic fsplnal adjustments )
Room 14 Commercial Nat'l Bank
Bldg Phono 811. 6-7-tf
IK, VAN KAMPEN Phone 883 for up
holstering, mattress making, re-
stretching of bed springs.
"Judge," said the forewoman of the
i jury of ladies "we want to speak to
you about that sealed verdict we
I Just rendered."
' Well, lad'es?"
Can we unseal it and add a post
script'1' Washington Herald
sioers of Ogdeu City, Utah.
Dated this oth diy o. October,
A. G. FELL, Mayor.
H. J CRAVEN, City Engineer.
First publication, October 30, 1913
Lost publication, N-nemoer 21.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice Is hereby given by the
Board of Commissioners of Ogden
City, of the Intention of said board
to make the following described im
provements, to- wit
To lay out, establish and open a
public street, to be named Butler
avenue, north and south througn
Block 16, Plat "A. ' Ogdeu City sur
I vey, said street to be 42 feet wide,
being trie full width of the present!
right-of-way; being 165 feet on the
west and 25 5 feet on the east side1
i of the lot line north and south be-
tween lots 3 and 4, also lots 7 and
8 In Block 16, Plat A." Ogden City
Survey, ihe whole distance between
25th and 26th Streets and to deiray
the whole of the tost thereof, esti
i mated at $3,000 UO by a local assess
ment upon the lots or pieces of
1 ground lying and being within the
1 toilowing district, being the district
, to be benefited and aliected by said
All the land lying between the
outer boundary lines of said avenue
when opened as proposed, and a line
'oran 60 feet outward irom and
1 parallel to the said outr boundary
i lines, being pail of Lots 3, 4. ' aud .
Biock 16. Plat "A, ' Ogden City sur
vey In said Ogden City.
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of such Intention must
be presented in writing to the City
I Recorder on or before the 4th day
,,, n, , Hmb r. 191::. at 10 odot B a
I m. that being the time set by aid
Hoard of Commissioners when they
j will hear and consider such ob
I jections as may be made thereto, at
ihn Mayors oifico at tue Cay hall.
1 Ogdeu City, Utah.
I By order o! the Board ol Commls
j siou'er ot Ogden City, Utah.
Dated this lllh day oi November,
A G. FELL, Mayor.
H. I CRAVEN. City Engineer.
Fim publication, November n.
Last publication. December 3, 1913.
! NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Filigree Tonnsiie company, a cor
j poraiiun, with a principal plai s 1 1
j ousiuhss at ugJeu City, Weber couu
iv, l tan.
'nuii-E IS HEREBY GlfcN, That
at a meeting ol the Directors of said
company, aela on ihv iTm day of
acptcmncr. 1M3, an assessment (No
j) of lateen cents pe. share was lev
Ted on the capital stock ol the cor
poration payable immediately to
james F burton, treasurer ot tbe cor
poration. at ihe Fas'. National Bank
ot Uguen. corner ot A'asiiington ave
uue uuu fweuty fourth s.reet. Ogden
City. Ltan. Any slock upon wbieb
this assessment may remain unpaid
on the 2..th oay ol Oi tober, 1313, will
be delinquent and advertised for sale,
at public auction, aud unless payment
is made beloie, will be sold ou the
Sth day ot November. at the of
fice of said company, at the said
First National Bank, to pay the delln
gu.nt assessment, together with the
costs ot auverlibing and expense o:
JAMES F. BURTON. Secretary
Plngree Towns te Co.. Ogden, Utah.
At a meeting of the Board of Di
rectors of the Plngree Townslte com
pany, held at the office of the Com
pany in Ogden C it y, Utah, on the
25th day of October, 1913, it was or
dered and directed that the time for
payment of the assessment in the
;, D. IVES. 380 Twenty-fifth Street.
30DEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
anv kind of Junk, phone us up. We
will call for it. Tel 240.
PAINTING, paperhancing and tinting,
J. Den Harthog. Phone 671-R.
Physician and Surgeon.
DR. A FERNLTTND. Physician and
Surgeon Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Peerv Bldg . lludon Ave. Phono
1900-VV. Residence phone 2129-w. 64f,
Washington avenue 6-11 tf
219 25th Street
Fine Art Photography.
Come and have a sitting.
WOODY PRINTING CO We do good
work. 2465 Wash. Ave- Phone 850.
YOUR parbaee hauled regular San
itary can furnished free Sanitary
Garbage Co. Phoue 620.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co.
2728 Grant. Bell phone 2018W.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND furniture,
clothing and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged; also trunks and suitcases
cheap A Slner, Phone 13C1. 179 1-2
Twenty fifth St. 6 13 lwr
GALLACHER repairs trunks. 350
25lh St. 6 25 lmo
ONE DOLLAR ier day, dellveroC and
called for. Electric Service Co.,
Phone 88. Up 24th SL
above and foregoing notice set forth
be extended to the 26th day of No
vember 1913, upon which date all
uspaid assessments will become de- 1 JkkjSj
linnuent, in accordance therewltn and I5
herewith, and that If not paid on or jj
before such date will be sold on the
12th day of December, 1913 at the
office of said company, at the First
National Bank Bldg., In said Ogden
City, W eber county, Utah, to pay the
delinquent assessments, together
with costs of advertising and ex
penses of sale. II
By order of the Board of Directors. ii
JAMES T BURTON, Secretary I)
First National Bank Bldg, Ogden.
Will Pay City Warrants.
Notice 19 hereby given that the un
dersigned Treasurer of Ogden City,
will at his office, on and after this
dat pay Citj arrants bearing rec j
istry numbers 24164 to 24778. all in
elusive, and further that all such War
lants not presented to me for payment j
will cease to draw interest alter No !
vember 24. 1913
W I. LACE FOULGER,
Dated at Ogdeu, Utah. Nov 20. 1913.
PROBATE AND I
Coim!! County Clerk or the Respae !
live Signers fGr Further
NOTICE TO CREDITORS jj
i In the District Court of the Sec
' end Judicial District or the State of
Utah. In and for the county of We-
I ber- I
In the matter of the estate of John
C. Anderson, deceased.
Creditor! will present claims with
POUChere to the undersigned admin- j
i-muor with the will annexed at No
2408 Washington avenue. In Ogden
City, I' lab, on or before Marcb I,
i Administrator with the will annexed j
SCHOOL FOR BULLFIGHTER !
t'ordovia, Spain. Nov 24 The op
enitiK here yesterday of a school for
bull fighter indicates that the sport
is not declining in Spain. A fund
of 1100,000 wae raised for the round
ing of the school, which Is the first
' of its kind, with the exception of a
' small institution at Seville.
Washington, D. C . Nov. 24 . Presi I
' dent Wilson today nominated the fo! J
iokiui: frr American members of the
Sec re tar of Public Instruction an I
Vice Governor of the Philippine Is
lands, Henderson S. .Martin of Kan S
Secretarv of Commerce and Police.
Clinton L RigKS of Baltimore. Mr
Secretary of tbe Interior, Wlnfrld j
T. Denlsou of New York.
NOTICE OF ESTRAY.
State of Utah, County of Weber, Og
den City. ss.
1 have In my possession the follow-
uk described estray animals, which, if j
not claimed and taken away, will b
Bold to the highest cash bidder, it
1848 Washington avenue, in Ogden
Ot). Utah, on Monday, the 1st day
of December. 1913, at the hour of H
1 p. m. H
one light bay horse white spots on
bat white spot in face hind fee', j;
white, weight, about 75't lbs., about
10 years old. I
Said estray was taken up by me
in said city on the 17th day of No
vember, 1918 I
FRANK A NAISBITT
Poundkeeper of ORden City, Utah