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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH: SATURDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1914. ir H
f I fl Read The Standard Want Ads I
DON'T DELAY Everybody should read the Standard Classified DO IT TODAY
Use Standard Want Page. It may hold some valuable message. A few cents per day in
Ads advertise that va- Unusual bargains in real estate, farms, houses a pQr gaje or Wantcd Ad
cant room-it should be many other things are often to be found de
. here. " J
earning money. Sell that ' classified advertisements lay the fellow that ad-
horse cow doer rhirlcpn Pavable in advance. One cent per word per tnser- . .. , ,
norse, cow, aog, cnicKens, Hon. 'iK first insertion loss than 25 rente. Two or more vertises is the one who
etc., that you don't need. ,lnes- 5 cents Pr ,ln0 per week 76 cents per llno per malond
month with no changes. 111a1s.es KUUUi
"First In Everything
WANTED FEMALE HELP
GIRL for gencrnl housework; no laun
dry. 2430 Adams Ave. in 16.1 wk
GIRL for general housework; no
r ; laundry, must be pood cook Apply
2720 Adams Ave Phone 14:14. 10-13-tf
"WANTED MALE HElF
A GOOD collector and solicitor by an
old reliable firm. State former occu
pat ion and age Apply box P. Stand
ard. 10 14 lwk
DON'T be satisfied earning a bare
living, vour spare time spent on one
of our 270 courses will positively in
crease vour earnings. For details,
see S D Rideout, Mgr., International
Correspondence Schools. Office. 215
Eccles Bldg 10-1 4-1 wk
COMBINATION Vacuum Sweepers; 3
bellows, guaranteed. Price to live
agents, $3.26. Manufacturers, 38 S
Deai born, Chicago. 10-17-lt
RELIABLE men and women every
where earn 12.50 per 100 pasing out
FREE' packages Perrumed Soap Pow
der Starch, etc. No money needed.
Ward's Grocery Dept.. 21G Institute
PI., Chicago. 10-1 ' 11
SALESMEN making small towns,
should carrv our fast selling pocket
I tide-line Special sales plan allowing
I return of unsold goods makes quick,
easy sales. $5.00 commission on each
order $6.00 to $15 00 daily profit for
full time SOMETHING NEW) Write
for outfit today, f'anfield Mfg. Co..
208 Siegel St. Chicago. Ill 10-17-lt
SIDE Line Salesmen Now is the
time to turn your spare hours into
Dollars ($). The time lost around
hotels waiting on trains, etc, can be
CASHED WITH 08 by handling our
line as a side line, consisting of Blue
L White, White & White and Grey
Enameled Ware. Aluminum Ware, Tin
Ware Crockerv Ware, etc All staple
sellers pocket samples long terms
liberal commissions paid weekly;.
Write at once, giving home address,
B- well as road address Mercantile
Sales Co., lllj Walnut Ave.. N K
Cleveland, Ohio 10-17-lt
3MAN wants work of any kind; hand;
at kitchen work, in hotel or restatt
rant have had some experience in
cipai store. Address 1515 South 2nd
Eal Salt Lake City. Utah F F
WOMAN wants work by the day.
Tel 1564-W. 10-16-lwk
WOMAN desires work cleaning
house or any kind of housekeeping
work Address Elizabeth Egbert. Gen I,
Del Ogden 10 15-lmo
BOARD AND ROOM
ROOM and board. 2333 Adam.
FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AN'J
FURNISHED rooms at 2526 Adams
with running water. 10-17-2wkl
HOUSEKEEPING rooms 2353 Monroe.
ROOMS and housekeeping apartments
reasonable. 2203 Wash. Ave. Phone
TWO nice sleeping rooms. Inquire
2610 Monroe Ave Phone 1378-R
ROOMS for housekeeping. Utahna,
2468 Wash. 10-16-1 mo
FURNISHED room for rent, reason
able Inquire 631 26th St 10-16-lwk
TWO large rooms with bath and
clothes closet, steam heat, also piano
Knd use of telephone, reasonable rates
to 3 or 4 men. Call 248 W, or In
tiulre after 5 p m at 2466 Madison.
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms
2338 Wall 10 13-tf
TWO rooms for light housekeeping;
$12 per month. Tel. 2423-J. 10-13-lwk
FIVE-room cottage on Jefferson, well
furnished, complete, gfl range, $35.
! Phone 1883-2rings. 566 24th St . west
I , side.
MODERN furnished room with hot
ind colcf water, with or without board
I'hone 404-W. 10-12-lwk
MODERN furnished room for rent,
with or without board. 539 23rd S'.
12-ROOM house, 336 21st St.; partly
furnished. Tel. 152. 10-6-U
FURNISHED flats. 2634 Grant Ave.
FOR REZrT Furnished, now clean
- comfortable housekeeping rooms. $2
j week up. 636 31bt St 3-13-lyr
Ug DRESSMAKING and ladles' tailoring.
2273 Adams Phono 26S0-W.
DRESSMAKING pla'n newlng. Fhons
81. 278 22nd Bt 11-19-tf
Read the Classified Ads.
UNFURNISHED HOUSES. ROOMS
ROOMS for housekeeping. Utahna.
2468 Wash. in-16-lmo
6- ROOM, modern cottage Inquire 1014
Wash. Ave 10-16-1 wk
FOUR-room. modern house. Inquire
45J Chester St. Phone 2125-J.
EIGHT-room modern; furnace heat;
close In. Tel. 2692 W. 639 23rd St
A NIC?: S-room house on 2726 Madl
son. Tel. 1415 or 1166 10-13 -tf
ONE Rich flat, 2463 Jefferson a.ve
i'hone 609. 10-13 t i
SE EN room modern. 2644 Lafayette
Vie. Bichsel. Phone 1932-W. 10-9-tf
5-ROOM, new, modern, apartment,
2018 Monroe Ave. $22.50 per month
Phone 612. 10-5-u
7- ROOM modern, house. 2932 Porter
Ave, $17 60 per month Phone 612.
FIVE-room, modern, house at 2636
Madison. iu-6 lmo
A COSY three room, with rear porch,
house; well located, $12 50 per mo.
Inquire 0J First Nat l. Bank Bldg.
A NICE two-room house; well locat
ed on Bench $6 per month. J. J
Brummltt, phone 59.
A NICE modern, five-room home, well
j located near street car line and
! school; close In To right party, very
cheap. J. J. Brummitt, under Utah
ONE bay, one sorrel mare. 'J" brand
Phone 2053, Mrs Dalton. 10-16-lwk
STORE" FOR RE NT.
AN excellent store for rent, large
basement; best location In city, on
Washington Ac; exceptionally good
ease. Huish & Paul, 2464 1-2 Wash
ington Ave. 10-13-lwk
ONE day s auto drive from Ogden on
prospective Lincoln highway Frank
Dale. Prop 10-9-1 mo
( A R PETS and lurniture. Phone 2333.
10-17 -1 v. k
ONE hard-coal burner and household
furniture. Phone 1221-W. 473 31st St.
10-16 1 k
NEW Aviator sewing machine. 439
EXPRESS wagon, horse and harness,
very cheap at 2354 Grant Ave.
HORSES FOR SALE.
TWO first-class teams; delivery
horses; 1 delivery spring wagon; 1
set double harness, Ogden Furniture
ft Carpet Co 10-16-tt
SINGER Sewing Machine, also
Wheeler & W ilson. Inquire 410 26ih.
A GOOD gravel pit, cheap Phone
1328-R 10-12 lino
GOOD team, harness, wagon, etc., for
particulars call 2580-J. 10-12-lwk
BEST second-hand Ford In Ogden,
good condition specially equipped,
$400. Browning Bros. 9-30-tf
CALIFORNIA range for sale, cheap;
good condition. Inquire Reed Hotel
BJUR Bros. Pianos and Players aro
first class Prices reasonable. Pantone,
29th and Hudson. 9-24-lino
INVALID ballbearing chair. 2220 Lin
ONE Everett piano, cabinet Grand, in
good condition, cost $750; will sell for
$200 if taken soon; also one Chase &
Baker piano-player. $100 240 32nd St
FOUR or five-room house, with large
barn Phone 1674-J. 10-17-lwk
W ANTED To buy good second-hand
pianos Apply The Leader, 2i51
Washington 10-12 lv.k
CHICAGO Clothing company pays
hlehest price for old clothes and shoes
268 25th St. Phone 95. 107-tf
I VE or six-room modern house,
steam or furnace heat. Must be on
the bench Address P. O. Box 159.
WANTED Cleen. whit old raja, at
the Standard offiot. Phono 66. 360
24th St. 10 tf
MOUSE HAD BUBONIC PLAGUE.
New Orleans. Oct. 17 A mouse
found dead here yesterday. BUCCUmbcd
to bubonic plague, according to fed
eral health authorities who assert
this Is the first instance of mouse in
fection In the history of the plague
in the (Jnlted States.
Only two or three times in the his
tory of the disease, so far as is known
has the disease been communicated
to a mouse, the authorities assert.
I Read the Classified Ads.
FOR SALE I
1 REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE On Easy terms, new 5
room, modern, brick house; cheap If
sold at once. H. D. Brown, 2129 Quin
cy. Tel. 1678-J. 10-17-lt
ON easy terms, now 5 room, modern
brick house; cheap if sold at once. H.
D. Brown, 2729 Qulncv. Tel. 1678-J.
5-ROOM, modern, brick bungalow;
ast front on Bench, corner; only one
block from car line. Screened porch,
I lawn, walks and garage, beet of
plumbing and electric fixtures, Give
possession at once. Small cash pay
ment. A positive snap at $3400.00.
Mathews-McCulloch Co. 10-16-tf
CORNER lot 100x142 gt. in Ogden
Ave and 7th St. V2 blk. from car
line, small 4-room house; out build
ings and chicken run; fruit and
shrubery, city water. 408 7th St
Phone 2435-W. 10-15-lwk
4-ROOM house, well located and only
one block from car line. Lot 82'2x132;
nice variety of bearing fruit, garden,
lawn and shrubbery. This is a grand
chance for a home at a "6nap" price
Wcrth one-half more than we ask.
i Will make good terms and sell for
$1600.00. Mathews-McCulloch Co.
NEW o-room modern red pressed
brick bungalow, on the Bench; extra
fine natural wood finish; built-in
china closet and kitchen cabinet, full
front and back porch, screened for
sleeping, let me show you the Su
perior quality of this home. R A.
Norns. 1650 W ashington Ave. Phone
1 8-ROOM house, modern, completely
furnished, close In and on car line;
part of house rents for $27.50 per
month. Barn, lawn and shade. Walks,
sewer, curb and gutter, all paid Lots
6$x132. Place is well worth $5500 00;
must be sold quickly, our price,
$4200.00. Mathews-McCulloch Co.
TWO very choke inside vacant resi
dence corners at a bargain, easy
terms' E F Bratz.
A NICE, almost new. five-room, mod
ern bungalow; well located, near
street car line, cose, in J. J Brum
mitt, phone 5y.
5-ROOM new moaern house Apply
McGreeor Bros., 4ib 29th St. or 2916
Adams. 10 3-lmo
6 ROOM, modern, brick; east front,
on Bench. Close in and near car line.
Completely furnished, Including a
high grade piano. Walks, sewer, curb
and gutter all in and paid. Nice lawn
and shrubbery. Wash house (includ
ing electric motor) chicken house and
run. Lot 42x165 (terms). Price for a
short time only, $4600.00. Mathews
McCulloch Co. 10-16-tf
A GOOD two-room bouse with pantry
and closet, located on two lots 50x176
feet; well located on Bench. For only
$700; $50 down, balance $10 per
month. Low rate of Interest. Great
snap J J. Brummitt, under Utan
THREE number one houses for sale.
Inquire 243 29th. T3I. 581-J 9-28-lmo
ojintyJReal EsatcFor Sale
BEST farm in Davis countv for the
price; forced to sell at once Call 1427
GREAT Bargain Farm 160 acres All
good soil; partly cultivated, house,
stable, fencing, water right, close to
station on prtjposed railroad, cheap
at $25 per acre. Can take Ogden
City property part pay and can make
terms on balance R. P. Hunter, 429
24th, opposite Court House. 10-7-lmo
IF you want to buy or trade your
homo in town for farm land by all
meano come and see mo I specialize
on farm lands and exchange of prop
erty Como today or Phono 460 J. F.
Walker. Real Estate, Broom Hotel
MONEY TO LOAN
DIAMONDS, w;tches, jewelry, guns,
etc. Thomas Loan Office, Crant & 25tb.
MORTGAGE loans on farm or city
property. O. A. KENNEDY. Base
ment of Utah National Bank Bids
MONEY on first mortgage real o
into loans. Kelly & Herri ck. 3 16 tl
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. Brummltt 4-27 U
WHEN you want $10 or more ASK
MR. DIX, 218 Col. Hudson Building
Salaried people can get It without
security. Others on Furniture, Pia
nos, etc. Can bo repaid in smill
weekly or monthly payment!
JAMES PRICE KILLED.
Heber City Oct. 16 James Price
of Charleston died this morning is
the result of injuries which he re
ceived y.-sti nla when bis horse ran
away while being driven to the fair.
Mr Price and his son were going to
the fiiir in a buggy when the horse
took fright at a load of boar hitles
Alter running for about a block the
buggy struck an obstruction and both
SHOP 220 24TH.
men were thrown heavily to the side
walk, suffering ruts and bruises about
the face and shoulders It was be
lieved that their injuries were slight,
but internal injuries evidently had
been suffered bv the elder Mr Price
Mr Price was 76 years of age and
is survived by his wife and nine chil
dren numerous grandchildren and
several great-grandchildren The chil
dren, all of whom reside in or near
Charleston, are Mrs. Anna Daybell,
Mr Laura Phacker. Mrs Maggie
Casper, Mrs Belle Walker. Mrs Rich
ard Penfold, Mrs Emma Penfold.
John H. Charles. George and William
Price The funeral will be held
Monday afternoon from the Charles
ton meeting house.
TWO WHITE SLAVERS
ON WAY TO PRISON
Salt Lake, Oct 17. United States
Marshal Aquila Nebeker will leave
today for McNeil island, having in
charge Georgo D. Ward, under sen
tence of fifteen months for violation
of the Mann white slavery act, and
A. K. Underhill, under sentence of
sixteen months for a similar offense.
Anthony McCormlck, who Is wanted
In New Vork to answer to the charge
of having defrauded a postal clerk
by forgery of postal savings deposit
slips will remain In jail in Utah un
til the return of the marshal from
the northwest and will then be taken
WOMAN WANTED HERE
ARRESTED IN CHICAGO
Salt Lake. Oct 17 The sheriff and
the countv attorney received word
from Chicago yesterday that a worn
an, supposed to be Mrs. H. A. Cole
man, wanted In Salt Lake on a charge
of forging the name of Mrs Reed
Smoot to a check for $475, Is being
detained there. A picture of the
Mrs. Coleman wanted here was for
warded by the sheriff, and if the
identification is made an effort will
he made to extradite her
Mrs. Coleman Is alleged to have
forged a number of checks with local
merchants here In the case of Mrs.
Smoot she represented heraelf aa the
senator's wife In ordering some fur
niture from a local dealer.
POPULAR YOUNG MAN
IS KILLED BY SHOCK
Boise. Ida.. Oct 16. Howard Kings
ley a popular young man of this city,
with the reputation of an all-around
athlete, met a tragic death at Cop
perfleld, Ore., at noon today by com
ing in contact with a high-power
electric wire. His body was found
by his father in the power plant of
the Idaho-Oregon Light & Power com
pany. Mr Klngsjey, with his father, had
been at Copperfield for some time.
While his father was at lunch each
day, the young man had remained In
the plant. Today as usual his father
left him there. When the father re
turned he found his son dead on the
cement floor. The body Is on the
way to Boise for interment Young
Klgsle was a graduate of the Boise
high school and was prominent in
athletics. He was married two
On Board U. S. S. West Virginia,
Santa Rosalia, Mexico, Oct 16, by
wireless to San Diego, Cal., Oct 17.
The mutinous Yaquis who murdered
Major guayo, the military rnmrnand
ant of Santa Rosalia on October 6
and seized the Mexican steamer Kor
rlgan III, with Intent tr raid and cap
ture Tiwer California for General
Francisco Villa, sailed today for Quay
mas. after levying a forced loan of
21.000 pesos on the Boleo company
(French) which controls important
copper mining concessions near Santa
Rear-Admiral Howard commanding
the Pacific fleet will sail for Guay
mas on the West Virginia tonight. He
came here to investigate conditions,
when he heard of the mutiny and
found the town greatly relieved to bo
rid of Its garrison.
KAUFF IS FEDERAL CHAMP.
Chicago. Oct 17 Benny Kauff, In
dianapolifl all-around star, won the
batting championship of the Federal
league, according to averageR pub
lished here today. His average was
Mh". Besides landing the batting
title. Kauff stole more bases than any
other Federal leaguer, totaling 75, and
also led In number of hits, number
of runs scored and in total bases.
$900 Neat little 3-room house on
Grant avenue. Newly painted. Big
lot. Easy terms.
$1,000 3-room house on Madison
avenue. Lot 37x142 $200 down
with monthly payments.
$1,100 4-room house and a big
lot 100x132. Thls is a bargain for
$1,400 4-room modern brick house
on Grant avenue. Small payment
down and monthly installments.
$1,500 to $2,500 A score of nice
modern homes on easy payments,
$1,800 New 4-room modern, ce
ment house on Adams Ave, $500
$4,300 Swell modern house on
Wash. Ave.; 6 rooms big lot fine
shade trees and lawn.
FARMS at all prices Vacant lota
2484 Wash. Ave. Phone 300.
Some one has said that furs
make a plain woman beautiful and
a beautiful woman ravishing.
That may be a bit of poetic ex
travagance, but there is no ques
tion but furs enhance the costume
and add to the beauty of the face.
The average woman doe6 not
buy furs as she does a now hat
with the thought that If It Is not
satisfactory she can easil get an
other. She buys them after care
ful consideration and selection,
because it means a large expendi
ture of money and, therefore,
must be made to last several 6ea
It Is also true that the average
woman does not know ver much
concerning fur value. It is, there
fore, necessary that she buys from
only reliable fur dealers.
In the advertising columns of
The Standard are to be seen the
announcements of fur sales bv re
liable merchants In almost every
Ogden Business Directory
Abstracts of Title
Abels Abstract & Title Co. lac, moT
ed to 376 25th St., Broom hotel build
Ing Phone 460. We make abstracts
of title anywhere in WTeber county at
Auto and Carriage Painting
There are a few autos In Ogden
that need painting. We have painted
75 why not paint yours?, Tjuch up
and varnish, 5 days; paint. 10 days.
Why drive a shabby car? Ogden Car
riage Co.. Phono 1026-W. 1701 Wash.
Done In all lengths. 2568 Cole's
Court, rear 240 26th St. Tel 1180-M.
E T Hulonlski, First National Bank
Bldg. 12 11 tf
We furnish all kinds of rubber tires.
Carriages, buggies, wagons, automo
biles etc. repaired. New wagons
made to ordor O. B Savage, Cor
Washington and 22nd St. Phone 389-W.
Billiards and pocket billiards; now
tables. "The Cosey." 326 25th St
Chili Con Carne
The Real Mexican, Fresh Clam Chow
der, Wholesale & Retail at Bismarck.
City Scavenger, McCarty & Co., 2728
Grant Bell phone 2018-W.
Lawyer O'Connolly over Commer
cial National Bank Bldg., 269 21th St
K Van Kampen Phone 883 for up
holstering, mattrcBs making, restretch
lug of bed springs.
F J Froonor, D. C, Graduate Chir
opractor. No drugs, surgery or os
teopathy; try chiiopractlc. Rooms
212-2U-214 Col. Hudson Bldtf. Phone
Chiropractor and Masseur
B Cowllsbaw 511 Eccles Bldg.
r j Schultz. Chiropractor, 327
Hudson Bldg. Phone 1090.
Revelare and International Secret
Service. We handle Ogden business
through bead officer, 315-16-17 Mcln
tyre Bldg, Salt Lake City. L. S. May
Your business card in the directory
will keep your name and business be
fore the people It will pay you try
Sectional Sanitary Feather Mattress
Co. Feather beds made over; feath
ers cleaned and renovated.. Phone
2662-M Kd McDonald. Prop.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables dollr
ered to any part of City, G Kallas.
224 Twenty-ilfth St Phone 587.
MAZDA LAMPS, 13c.
ELECTRIC SERVICE CO.
Phone 88. Up 24th St
Rusian Furrier and Taxidermist '
Furs cleaned and remodeled. Tanning
a specialty. Work guaranteed. T. A.
Qayewsky, 2516 Washington Ave
Grocery and Bakery
Try our hest quality coffee. 40c th
lb Also good cheaper grades. 25c to
35c. lb. Phone 1145-W. J. J. Sch
wartz, 2234 JefferBon At.
Also agents for U. S. Cream Separ
ators and O. K. Electric Washing Ma
chine!. RUSSELI JAMES CO.
Everything to eat and then Bome.
Safety, comfort, moderate. New
Brlgham hotel. 24th and Wall One
block from depot Only fire-proof
hotel In the city. Reduced rates for
permanent g-iests Rates, 75o and
up. Theo. Gorle. Prop.
A lull line of fine Jewelry and wat
ches. Watch ropairiug a specialty.
H. F. Upp. 2476 Grant Ave.
Ogden Junk Houso If you have any
kind of Junk, phone ua up. We will
call for It Tel. 210.
Denkers & Son
The very best to bo had in Printing,
and at prices that will astonish you.
Phone 1848 J. 421-42 3 23rd St
Russell-Jamei Company. Also a full
lino of groceries. "Everything to oat."
Soo our Dept. of Household Needs.
Cor. 24th and Lincoln Ave. Phones
412 and 413.
Dr H. A. White, M T D.. Mechano
Theaplst. over Smalley a, 336 25th
St. A Drugles8 treatment for nervous
and chrouic diseases. Try our meth
ods. Phono 1S54 W.
SEE MITCHELL BROS, for monu
mental vork. Don't pay big commis
sion to agents. Pictures of monu
ments are mlsloadlng, 2003 Jeff, p 2218
O. A. Kennedy Basement Utah Na
tional Bank Building. 1 19 tf
New and Second-hand Goods
ALVORD & ANYTHING "A to Z."
SING It and RING It 333-W. a 2 tf
Read the Classified Ads.
I .... -
The Noggle studio, .bine portraits,
views. All kinds of commercial work.
Best kodak finishing la tne city,
hone 388-J 416-24th St
Painting and Decorating
We win hang your wall paper. We
will paint your house. We will tell
you how to do it yourself. Griffin
Paint Co., 2310 W7aahingtoa Ave.
For good and up-to-date Printing Call
1166. Dee Neuteboom, 2362 Wash, At.
Physician and Surgeon
Dr A. Fernlund, Physician and Sur
geon. Office hours 11 to 4 4p, m. Now
Peery Bldg. Hudson Ave. Phone 1900W
Residence phone 2129W. 646 Wash.
J. J. Brummltt, Loano, Insurance.
Real EBtate, 2402 Washington Ave.
Under Utah National Bank, Phone o'J.
Recharged, repaired, stored, satis
faction guaranteed. Electric Service
Co.. 425 24th St
Summerill's Stove Repair House,
new location, 2279 Wash Ave., Parry
Bldg. Repairs and water Jackets for
every known stove A force of ex 1
perlenced workmen. Stoves, both new j
and second hand. Tel. 364. Stove ex
changed; hardware, etc.
New and Second-hand furniture,
clothing and shoes, bought, sold or ex
changed; also trunks and suitcases
cheap. A Slner, Phono 1321. 179 1-2 :
Tw enty-flfth St 6 13 lyt
Tour Garbage hauled regular. Sani
tary can furnished frco. Sanitary Gar
bage Co., Phone 6-0.
Mnv Smith Tol 661-W. 464 24th.
Watchmaker and Jeweler
SMALLEY'S Watchmakers, Jewel
erB and Engravers. 336 Twenty-fifth
street. Phone 1300-J.
Watchmaker and Jeweler
J P. ARNOLDS, Swiss watchmakers
and Jewelers; also to the trade. All
work given prompt attention. 2516
W ash. Ave. Next to Orpheum theatre.
Western Foundry and
All kinds of brass and iron castings,
Machine, Boiler and Shoet Iron Work.
ULEN IS ORDERED TO
EMPLOY LOCAL MEN
Salt Lake, Oct. 17. Warning that
ho must observe the clause giving
preference to citizens and heads of
families in the matter of employment
cn public works was sent to Henry
C. Ulen, who holds the big sewer con
tract from the city, by Richard P
Morris, commissioner of streets and
public improvements, yesterday.
Complaints have reached the street
commission that Ulen has engaged
large numbers of Greeks and other
foreigners to the exclusion of citizens.
In all city eontructa it Is provided
that citizens, specially heads of fam
ilies, shall be employed whenever
possible In preference to aU others. 1
FRATERNAL I I
Brotherhood of American Yeomen, Kflfl
Ogden Homestead No. 160S meets on PSI
every Tuesday evening in W. O. W. HI
hall. Fraternity building, Washington Bfifl
avenue. Visiting Archers are cordial- HSH
ly invited to meet with us. LeRoy fi&i
McKnlpht, foreman, 334 29th street
J. A. Junk, Correspondent, 3202 Wash- PsSt
Ington avenue. j fcpSj
Queen City Rebekah Lodge No. 4, Iwfm
I O. O. F., meets second and fourth Ksl
Saturday evenings at Odd Fellows fl9f"
hall. Visiting members Invited. Aa- iKSs
nine Carlson. N. O., Hazel Wolhaupter, P&il
Recording Secretary. ftjK
Order of Owls, Ogden Nest. No. PIP
1218, Order of Owls, meets overy Frl- lifc
day evmlng In their own hall (the old t I
Elk club rooms) at 8 o'clock. Visit-
Ing Brother Owls are invited to at- t&r
tend the next meetings. T. C. Iver
ton President; Q. O. Reberg, Secre- jipE
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ogden ITiS
Aerie No. 118, F. O. E meets every i:JP'
Wednesday evening at Eagles hall. fei
Hudron avenue, at 8 o'clock. Visiting rlP''i
brother Eagles are Invited to attend ,
the aerie meetings. Club rooms open W ' ' -A
at 11 a. m. Wm. Doyle, W. President; r ...
E. R. Gelger, Secretary; Dr. C. EL
Wardlclgh, Aerie Physician. fci'i
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter . '
No. 4, O E. S.. regular meetings held L' -j
at Masonic hall on Washington ave.. Iv
between 25th and 28th sts , the flrBr.
and third Fridays of each month. So-
looming members cordially Invited to
attend. Minnie Parker. W. M.; Callle I H
E. Cave, Secretary. I H
Woodmen of the World. Weber I
camp No. 74, meets In the W. O W.
hall. Fraternity block. 2320 Washing- v
ton avenue, every Thursday evening P
at 8 o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cor- ' t
dlallv Invited to attend. C. H. Har-
tog. C. C: W. M. Plcgott Clerk. f
Ladles of the Maccabees of the
World. Silver Hive No. 1, meets every f.
first and third Friday evening at 8 g
o'clock; and every second and fouth
Friday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock. In t
Woodmen hall, Fraternity block. Vis- $'
Ring members cordially Invited to at- I
tend. Alice Collins, L. C; L. Jennie I.
Prout, R. K. I
Royal Neighbors of America meets j
every second and fourth Monday P
nights of each month at 8 o'clock at P
! the new Odd Fellows hall, Fraternity r
building VlBltlng neighbors invited. I
Etta Ingebretsen, 1978 Steel avenue.
Lillian Newton. Recorder, 27th and I
Utah Camp No. 9990 Modern Wood- I
men of America meets every Tuesday f
night in new K. of P. hall, 3 doors f
north of postonlce. Out of town mem- I
bera cordially Invited to meet with !
us. O. F. Olsen, Consul, J. H. Shafer, 1
Ogden Lodge, No. 2. Knights of Py- f
thlas, meets every Monday evening at
8 o'clock in Castle hall of the Py- E.
thlan building, 2351 Grant avenue. p.
Visiting Knights welcome. A, E. Pratt, V
C. C ; W. L. Underwood, K. R. S.; W.
G Kind, M. F. F
Royal Highlanders. Ogden Castle
No. 525 meets In the new I. O. O. F.
bail, Fraternity block, 2320 Wash, ave., f
every 2nd and 4th Friday evening at
8 o'clock. Visiting Highlanders cor- I
dlally Invited. A. F. Wykes, I. P.
William Muller. Scc.-Treas.
Women of Woodcraft, Ogden Circlo
No 5S1, meets every Wednesday night j
at 7 30 o"clock. new Woodman Hall,
Fraternity Bldg.. Washington Ave.
visiting Neighbors invited. Dues will
bo collected on the 5th of each month
at MlBCh Drug Store. Anna Mills. G. i
N.. 223 W, 31st St. Phone 1650-R. !
Mario Crites. Clerk, 2731 Monroe Ave. j
Phone 1931-R. i
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groceryman nor butcher to extend
credit to you unless you could show
that your previous record warrant
ed it apply this to your f. nances.
Deposit regularly, either check- j
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managed and substantial I
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ORGANIZE GLEE CLUB. I
Pocatello, Ida.. Oct. 15 The Y. M. !
C. A. Glee club was organized last
night to encourage and foster good ,
music among the men at the "Y."
Chorus work will be started soon. Tho
officers chosen were as follows 1 J 1
rector. Professor Arthur Watklns; J
president, W. H. Francis; treasurer. J.
Newton; secretary, A. H. Dent. New
members Joining were A. B. Richard- j
son, W A. Spittle, S. Jenklnson, T. .
H Weaver, Murray Cole, J. Spencer !
and Bruce Goranson.
The Pocatello Music club, which I
Includes ladles lu its membership, re
cently elected the following officers.
President, w. II. Witty; vice preai
lent. Mrs. E C. Van Dyke; secretary, j
Miss Evans; treasurer, T. Dougherty,
director, Professor Robert T. Blair
if the conservatory of the academy.